Mi... .......s.umu .
in THE ROSE 0E EEE BOSPHORUS.
’ inlli’ ' q
C34 “Rue stonlsla, in axquis
VOL. X- F’ ’i't3n"E’I3.l"i'a.f.'.'i‘.!"s‘:.“”"
By M. T. CALDOR,
AuDl<rr‘nf “ The Rlollnlgjit If‘rinarss.” “Hosperia," “Dear.-on FIE’
'9 Bouml Girl," “ 7716
Lsslrlg Package,” “ alympoz," l:te., Elc.
“Nnw,then,"murnluredu oun msu,l.i ht-
ly,us he followed n Nnlunn elnve acrosslth
' G i 5 W t
01110. chemistry, and proficiency in drawing.
cnnteus my cunusity is keen enough tn be lem-
The careless glance the huge Nubian threw
towlirdhim at e sound. 7 i
nifled and iiiniestie enough for any scene, how-
ever im r(!SEI)V8. o
' isneu wen i line-looking nun, ind
whether or not he had seeuuied the ttowing
vesinients snd dintnunil uihhuu to impress his
' ‘s guest, as Victor was in-
, hey sat hecomingly end
ura yupon him, the snowy lioerd Ind full,
lercing l.alu.ck eye edding quite on much dig-
nity to the sedate, serene lice as the cunibronn
copyrlgm, lsas, by I-‘. M. LTJPTDN. Entered at me>Post mice at New Vurk tor Trantzmlt-clan through the Mulls at second-Class lbites.
NEW YORK, FEBRUARY, V1895.
from you before lnnring connlnntinople. lndeed,l
sneeeeded rur better than i lntlnlpnhtd. You
ted me to and youayoung su,no
hut suddenly l‘9dIl4‘.('d to poverty by a course or un.
fortunate cu-curnntnueea. 1 mean my nrunossl to
in store him the qualllirstluns you desired,
sn 'l:nthrl‘e months to collect
and perfect hinm-lr in those branches he [LI
l leunt pi-nnoient in. he has just present.-tl ltltnnelf to
line, rend to start for censtuntinoplo. llierewizh
ucknpwledge one of your requirenwntalhlye Kill-
Per is-r. 3.5 count
In cluus or Four, us ca.
you. and I am inclined to put faith in
self. . It in right. however, you
ntsnd tho nhsneter of your
situation into which you will lace
tors tho blrgllll is concludgd.
employer Ind tho
an will find
it you on the dlvan and wit es: fa)’ ymu-rel
y denliug my sernnls. no. Clenul
coma hit or
B0 touched a tiny hell on the stand beside
tho divnn, sud the Greek boy reappeared.
"send up my presence," he com-
r saw haw the boy's checks blanched at
the fierce blaze in those piercing eyes, but he
retreated silent y.
all‘ an hour of ominous silence was succeed-
ed by the entrance of I trem ling, shirnriul:
wretch, held on his feet by the grasp of two
Ali llmInul1's brow was ;lhrlL and stern In till!
eauce. The poor
gflhisuvolril-is‘ reculll-,1: I wnl Y ‘H ‘ W Wmmml M K W ‘ D culprit drogpedbindliw
I r oe osrecu- . r “ m, “V - ,' ‘il ‘;‘‘“l l‘ l ' V4v,li;il;,v an so e
of the impropn- , ‘ ‘ 7 1')‘.‘A‘MfIf‘ul“[li't$llii=l[li%l" A7-W W i, “;"l‘l i‘e‘A .‘ ‘' prnyer for mercy.
y o giving voice 0 ‘ 3%"-,,. ' ‘ ‘. ‘u it :.y““ “Wl'etchl"thuuilerL-d
his thoughts. end, cnui- ‘ Y Willy in the pubs. ‘-1 trn ‘
posing his rognlslu In V ‘ tleM.;t, y u. lDdy0I1VVEl‘L“IIfIb-
in be 0lmnggrh.V1ty,lie , , W Milli-,11l, M edtobetrayrne. lloon,
d over the - M V l ll my sin et l'
e e p p 6
threshold, and with do-
n 1 wn
anll delicate taste, with
here and thaw a son-
tunco from the Korlln
R or ,
in was uuoccuplatlnave
.e snowy column. rising
rly to the frescoell cupoln or the csilin ;:. gave
additional and atriliill he W 1 B4
The youthful stmn '
fairy-like scene of ma ilit-cnce,
a.nI:l sought still fiIl'lh(‘I'igJl.‘ thiai llnrd ot the henu- inn on
hfnl saloon-for the K‘ A, A lhssln llililsplf.
' ' Li a questionin
gaze upon his conductor, nlio, pointing tnwar
tholargent neutral Bl’!-Illgllft opposite the en-
tnulce, bowed and nltlrl) .
‘ Then Victor ])el'CCiVe4l.lhiE arch, unlille the
' worl.l,but aw y st t o tr
This youth, with the name my: enou rnmn -
' lnr of the til-at guide, silently lml-konetl
" Truly.” thought Victor, as he obrvml the
signal to Advance. “I llrul in tho lsndlot‘ drealus,
‘ms or the -Arnlnnn Nights.‘ it not their
' I tllmllSl1Ek9 DI‘ winch lily-
rwlfprosentlv, to be mire I lm Awa e. '
richly decorated, far lush Eretentlmls than the
5 u aulnou. Hero. on n
vlat, flillcifully tluwcrcll with gold y .
guru worthy of the Hlllt0 apartment itself, alig-
WE e 9 ok in rllpldly br
ll 23%“: W
‘ill ll ,
-7 ll‘ .;.
folds ofstitl‘ euihroiaery in gold bestowed rirh- 1 pt-used sun. but pardon me U l neolnr
railing garnion ii.
fora his mister with
hent head and arms crossml rnee ly on
east. evlllen awaitin ONIOYB A lA
wa of the ac n’s hand vo whatever infor-
ti ho equiretl, an Inn 0 in o-
-‘ You uro the youth my noble English ll-lend
was ta uvml rue ucros th 7“
Victnr Mnrbll bowed and frodncefl I letter
from his uitron, L d Lynn hurst. which he
humladto l rpntwd to 9 that
required no , rol.lin
hie eye rapiilly over the closely-written me
The lottvr run thus I
' The urr1Jl'mu qr Lyndltunt In ma Enoellenrjl Me
r:vv,nn> nu) llsnrncrtn 1-‘runlrb-I htye fulflllod
to the best or my ability the lnutnicuon: I rocolvml
I own was hen
e antly. how
ll. ll ll"
a Greek tl-arnlsling-
1 brought t a ii on
ri n blade.
I ‘ ' - ‘ .
rssux, wn-n one wish ‘slum. chixolxo To run nnanu CURTAINS, sroon A nl..z:x'uEn rroruc, sl'r.1>u-Luuz am: cnalmlxu.
in no wise dirninu-h his n-erulness. l roinsin your
sxccl.Iuncy'l rt-lend Ind humble servant.
All linnenn road the letter itith s lncid smile
or nntinrsetion "s c one, u Il‘l'I u rnint
frown rew dovln th lrched e'cl>r0ws Ind
w wrinkled the boniguaut forehea . Victor felt
his face. sltllough his bn he
the keen black eyes on
t nnou the lloor.
“Aye, but it in s requirement I could lortst
dis 3 vi-ltll,“nillttercd he in Turkish. ‘'1
ha rathbr half his talents were left out than
that h l he an comely fen llrot ."
hcmr nut yliguvly conscinlls of some unex-
ected dilliculty, fur the words were in 8!) any
prealled a he could not ratch their
meaning, while the mobs turned thn letterito
ro with In Ill‘ of extreme vexatinll and in-
lleciainn. but he kt‘ it I discreet silmlca.
ever. the cloud‘ lifwd, and Ali lhse
mi h 1
9 ‘Jill I roy-
qnlrod in you so hr-n
might be no tour of trouble in the hnunohold to
which I sdmlt you. Ila assures me I can trust
, i lehed into the now fiorc
. l ,un-‘y.
scarlet. and will
ti e-.s sic ening cans
nut to the purity of the
‘Ali Harman slnlx had:
upon the divsu, his face
sultene an 5; ‘n,
and said, hm l :
i "Wheel n
9.4.4 -.1“ .4“; ..k
npartmeut. clenn, tehi.
l e lay back indolent.
ly among the cushi
‘ ‘ “ ‘Ill,
was still ptle, Ind. he thou ht the pubs per.
ceiyed it. Is now and then are
of perluuied snioli e us qui
lug lance at his companion’: time.
-‘ to was a day " said Ali Eassan at length.
“Ind he has me the fate of one. Now ct us
looliu on inn cumfurting seene. eoul"
Clean apgeared as promptly us ever. "no.
hannvs s ould s returned from his en-and.
Brin him h‘ he '
nea Ind Clson were soon sthuding
' The hr-st was a
d intelligent young rellow o
srenth e. e kept his eyes‘ modestly on
our as is master a bsnignant glmce WIS ban!
on I . .
“ llnhsrlnes, thou art rl faithful messenger. l
are hr-nrd of the lfll that sre used tn eutrap
thee-of the bribe you rejected so in '
when my snemylsought to learn my fl
cretn. lam ws leased with so 1’
rant. There is n ag of pinstres for thee in the
vault. and alter another year of service
wo d holds little lou
used, thou shalt have thy tlreeclotu." S“ for
. h as‘ good-looliing fleet; was fairly aglow
with in ghted surpnsa. Ha knelt down mud
kissed fervently the gold-fringed hem of the
"Noble master. suii of generosity! how shall