THE MisiLs HEIR.
P. HAMILTON MYERS,
Author of -i The Maid of the ii1omuri-,--
‘A Lost Isabel '
In line of times once suburban villages of
New York. which that amhilious metropolis has
oflele years (reveled up to and airuuu
limits, lived the brothers y
Wertor, men Whose grgst strife lhron
sen, ll a mes ev a
csst obstacles ll; each
miner's we or n
"v"“c -55>. 7' M
. . .c iv-.=:
Biretiy evui. one, but in
gaut wi and re
costly daughters would
For some years " he
hell] is own, as e
nei-,imposed npnn im,
‘(I no: long allow him
to make even this mod-
ersi vannt. avin
ceased to progress, he
found himself grldIIl'll<
allv anticipated lzeller thin y
' ' to perceive that every passing year left him
orer than it fan
[allowed him, precede
e seemed to possess the touch of’ Midas. He
could not buys farm so nnproniiiaing. I mars
ssue (if “The People's Home Jeu&rriaI"' as a Sam
- Special Offer to New Subscribers on the 6th Page.
ill,“ she EBldr“i)llC such uninterrupted pros-
perily B! mi is very aauiiii -and his lime may
some lnrtze ventures It set now."
eagerly, “and they are quite unri est relatiuu oi‘ sidnrv, I am
“ He will lose nothing in that wsv-but I do
Imam that the pour uiiirs health is iaihng,
duh Argyle,” “Belle Brandon,
7 -- He )3 so wrspped. up in his icheaiea."
, s. bill so high, hut that its value trebled
“Of coim-e, there's nobody else,” answered
y a fann right alongside of his w
see '6“ “ NEVGXUVIDJ more than that,
make one. I know Hugh welleuengh [or that-
. ( A
ple cony Should Carelully Read our Grand
Co17yrlght,l8'.l3, by F. iii. Lnrroil. Eamcii at th:P0s! Olllue at New ran: for Tnnsmllzslon through the iiaiia It Second-Class imea.
NEW YORK, MAY, 1898.
TERMS ‘ ll:‘eI’Cl‘;‘ebIl', 35 ceiiur NO. 8.
I of Foul’. 25 Cu.
E left no will-and as 1’ sin the unar-
i most roper i;eri<.n to‘ be ap-
am e 1
And ‘l now," said Ralph to his wli'<‘. I
at he takr,-s uomanrier efeare ofit, andssenis (cw da s subsequent to his bru-
H Oicoumo yoiiare," replied 3li's.Wort0r, with
great interest; “but porhsps he will pnzllzr
m s sonioime c e
hesvtkat shy, sickly boy. I suppose he’ll
-- The law does not regard the pleferouco of
i1liiPs' lit) has no right to choose for l.llLl.Il!l‘iL"
“Ahi then, lnLl4'ed:“ '
“And i Illiuii i can mire il sppPsr, eapeciallv
ps he might remember as in his wlisqiiircllaiiiptnn.lhallsmlhcmortsuiuilili:
rruii. I am >()D lives in UB5 0 niv
P . s.
r rou know, and Wants to buy iz. I'll let him have
ii at his oirrr, ifnccesshry-nottlliit auiilii use
any undue liidiience, of
R . .
y ., A .
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“Did not I bnv A mmadow where he at I but it will allyc to Sidney Jnstthe same-snd
alninnjgst law it is, too, when his only brother is
I, . ..
coming, and you iiiii not," replied his wise, "6 "' 'iM"o"m “'3' M’ “Med
could I tell vrliiclli visy lhe city was
in one irection. sud seems to be goingthat way,
mi’: dislilis Hugh. and I ceruiinl
“Well-lhsl ii something. certainly,’
3 out on her travels in siiokher direction. y
in " which n (ow nwnthn subsequent to th
- to praise those who win. and laugh at those w o
h‘! th.h‘lhd'i h li'i!l -
don't’-Ind tlisfs About as well as the mass of tiialemng ' Y 1“ . (mg mm C in ya“
' ii iii quite
right, you know, ihat I
hilouid be the guar-
“ v r mind
about explanations. It
is to be done, that's an-
on are quick about it.
' mebody else niiglitbe
ner‘s ni ‘ i ‘
- :-vs Ii -5 an 2'IlII'
ivy 0DiV“ili’1>is twvrli
3- i D!) ll‘l’i)]l(‘f Ill-
preciizimi en la!‘ of his
great loss or hfthe tart
change which it l.iiil
product-d in ills! posiiimi
. ii scarr ly
knew at a giiardiiiii
ness and placiiiiiy. i-ma.
ectingnn evil in otlmrs,
and nu merit in llllr
ddan took him at mire
into is on am‘ 5,
where his first lcssima
rssscd siuution in which his father had left
his ropcny. Ind the great and iiurewarduil
lrou vle which the sun was destined to give his
Sidney was sorr , and promisedto do all he
could in lighten ihe charge his uncle bad ss-
sumeil. lo knew very little u out his estate,
for tho iiviricioaa mher, fearful of inlilllnnting
same an w ic had in do is
falhsr! Did lienntsund “in loco lar4>vifl's" lo the
bov, as the appointing odicer hs informed him,
wiih great [(mYil)‘. and explained to him with
great conilesconsiuu? II would go hard. indeed,
with the guanlianil‘ he did not even improve
Ilpou the lessons ulhis predecessor, especially as
he llld the aid of a willing And hearty cmidjutor
in lI.l(l.]1(‘l‘S4lIl of Hester-4 (I it was not long [I0-
e chains upon the mind of the unsuspecting child,
and altliougli advancing years must, in I its of
‘every precaution, bring enlightenment 0 his
one to upposeliiin. sul-