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By Mrs. MARY J. HOLMES,
In usiiully quiet little villsge or Ellorton"
was. one J une ' '
who, at he
white s brewed (:1
or of “ Tempest and Simsliinr, " “
191171.213" “Dara Deane,"
niornimz, thrown into 3 stem of
its rs in
early age of twentyeight, had been
' chosen to till the responsible otlice of judge of
the county. Was
Lena Rivers," “Cameron Pride," “Maggie
“Rasamomi," Eta, Etc.
0 hsn children of her only sister, snd fsithlully
dlg she stri r
X :11 ‘aw
A X!‘ 5) -ll.‘
lo?!’ I yi
NEW YORK, JULY, 1898.
There must hsve been sonielhini; sttnetive
either in the name or the little msiden who
re it. for long after the gentlemsn had received
Aunt Livy mskes
her stay home from schoo ." ssid pen, st last.
beginning to feel neglected and wishing to st- to hi
tlemsu psyfully smoothed the
little s g to the l]z‘lu;hing hlsggie,
0 I 0
n1 so much," us the frsnk im-
pulsive sriswer, snd are ten minutes hsd pssssd
svruy Judge Thornton, for he it was, understood
on 1113 Gun: Ix
etingetsheui st the depot, thinking she should
rehy show them act.
pro or i-es I
e," said s e to her niece. s dsrk-
ii3;wii‘.’2 IT): io:; 1 shill be gone. mas Thom-
ton msy ssk me home with her, snd it would not
be olite to e se." .
or sn instsnt lilsg1:ie's dsrk brown eyes
danced with mi hief IS she thought how im-
probable it wss that the Mrs. n
we d seek to renew her us no Lh one
1:: l s hIscey'e humble osition. but the next
moment thev nlled w" Ire, sud she ssi
-- h sun ,1llLiJlI slsy Ii-on: school sgsin7 it is
th Eiurd nine within I eek. 1 never shin
lggtlllealsrgestlpiefiwi pieupou the 'nner-tshla.
stay wiih you, [or I don‘t
to no to school uuywsy. And we'll get our
gie liuew how useless it would he to srgue
the point, so with I do noted air she nested her-
run vsuarr. aiunnu rnonn-reiv moss ‘nus oxcs um nis ronzirssn IN 1113 i>I7s'r, um cum.
is enxrrzn 'rn.u1 I cs: nun.”
slee iug brother, end wstching the summer
she owe ss they chssed esch other over the vel-
voi‘y g1-sss inthe mesdow he ond, she wondered
rt, sweet lilsggie Leaf Why
thst iuvo untsry shudder ss you think oi the
ug three ve rs from now She csunot tell
but the shadows dee n n her fsir.fir1ish rice,
sud leaning her brow n on her hsu she thinks
long sud earnestly or w st the three years msv
bring. 0 p on the dnormthe that which
has fsllen there thst smei-noon-and lllsggie
looks u see ei‘ore h
was trembling‘ on his li . sud lillin
doferontisllv. e ssked i “this were iss his-
co '2: stor '
"Yes, sir,"snewered !iisirgio,snd lsyiugBen-
nie gently down, she went round behind the
counter, while the young msu, gazing curiously
st her, continued, “You surely no not Miss
There was s most coniicslnxpreesiou in the
brown eyes which met the hlsek ones at the
stnn er, ss Maggie snswored. “No. sir. I em
nobo y but llsggio Lee.’
glsggiifs chsrscter ss well ss if he hsd known
or s ' etiuie,
ks, oeiry. music, iisintings, dowers, she
Ilarshlpefl’ them ell, snd without the slightest
rnesns either of gratifying her tsste.
“ I hsre in my lihrsry msny choice books to
hich on no welcome st Any time when on
rm csllst Greystono Esll," the strsnger ssi st
“Gre stone Bull l‘’ sped lllsggio. the little
red s o comin out s over her neck end has
-" GPreyslono gull l-then yo 4’
- Judge Thornton, end your friend heresller."
unsvrc-red the gentlenisn, oifcring his hand snd u
bidding ll good b
. are sre moments which lesve their impress
upon one's lifetime. c 1: ‘ti lnstsutsueousl‘;
so it were, our thou hts sud oelings, sud sue
s one llld come to silgis o. w 0 ad
from 3 deep reverie by the shrill voice of her
sunt. exclsirning. “Wei , I‘
l‘eol’s orrsnd onoe
that hot depot over two trsins. sud hesrd st the
minus s liirs. omn ei-son
csme up last night, sud I hein't seen them slur
sll. s too In .”
Very quietly Maggie told of the Jud ‘s csll,
repostiug sll the psriiculsrs of the ‘n (Irview'
on stesling svrsy to her chsmber, she thonghl
sgsin, wondering where sud what she would be
three yesi-s from thst dsy.
A ycsnhss pissed swsy, sud Orshsm Thorn-
hite, hnndsonie teeth, the en-
silken our '0! sh
For You-, :15 Cents;
In Club: of Four. in cu.
ton, grown wesry of his duties, lns resigned the
olllce oi judge, snd turned. schooletouche
the gossiping rillsgers ssy. In
hss looked so often into the
thoughts snd feelings at thst childish hesrt
knows he can swsy her It his will.
“But ‘tis only 3 ‘girl-
ish trlendship she eels
or ‘ " he ssys;
Into her son, ro
dresuiy eyes. feels more
s h ecu-
ss.ry his hsppiness
is her dsily presence
. v A3. -o;rc-
times the men of the
which led to her hum-
ble home "I shs
miss you.bnI. the clsiins
of society must be met.
snd these lsdies hsvs
for s long time talked of visiting us."
“Are Lhey young And hsndsonie7" hlsggia
ssksd involunu y.
" Only one-hl.iss Helen Donna is sccountad I
besuty. She is s ‘ I sud the best
mstch in all the city oi‘ 1%.‘
ton, more In himself thsu hi
" In rnsisnnn
s gie, who
st the mention of Helen Desue felt s cc d shsdow
folding itself sround her hesrt.
Als oor his 'e Lee I The world hss long
since ‘selected the grand Helen es the
oruton, w e. ss h
s as it were thus essy to o
yonl Poor p
L Helen‘ Desne ts indeed he
more hesntiful ths who
‘ the spscious rooms of Grey-,
stone Hsll, wsking their echoes with har voice
of richo melod whst nisrvel it
orut oes p er 1: go. sud reserves
sll thoughts of on for the midnight hour, when
is h i n Helen‘: voice no ion or
hssrd? I us -5 min, loo, o 3
world, sud so, though you. lllsggie ,
d , he do I t uh it possible the!
sell not one lot: (ran: the ststiori he hss ever
lliled. And though his mother loves you. too.