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Street and Smith's New York Weekly : a journal of useful knowledge, romance, amusement, & c. , v. 51, no. 33, June 6, 1896.
Tyler, Robert Lee.
29 October 2019
New York : Street & Smith
New York Weekly.
A Yale man / by Robert Lee Tyler.
New York (N.Y.)
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Co Vol. 51 Entered According to Act of Congress, mn the Year 18%, OFFI 29 Rose St, CE New York. by sires Street & Smith, in the Office of the Libranan of f Over, Washington, DL 0. New York, June 6 1896, Entered at ne Post Office, New York, as Second Class Malle WHEN SHALL WE MEET AGAIN? BY MARGARET ROSCOE. When shall we nicet axaint trod, The same wild path, aud the We, who have me verdant been, aod, When shall wo meet againt . We who have On mountain heights together, and have seem, In wondrous beauty, spread before the ere, ‘The far blue waters’ mingling witb the go In the soft distance, and beneath our few The Tert, e valley swing, ela an ‘weer, ‘ The cottuce hoine, the high and stately The lannts-of chieftain, and the lady's bower. u We, who o'er stormy wave with gallant Hive ridden safely in the freshening gale, Have skimmed the glittering lake with rapid oar, d And landed gayly on tw’ inviting ht, Where smite has answered siuile, and kindly youce: i ach glad and throbbing heart In se nea ike these all free from care and Say, bright.eyed Hope, when shall we meet again? me to usta thy topes ao lisht and gay, hase the sad fear, the fond fe 1 aire spree For life te passing, and the hand of change ever busy in ith ceaselees rau ale compassed With the woes of a tite: QVhose solemn music, with its heavy chime, falls Gold spon the edn) tonk up 40 thee 4 fo set the spirit from ite prison, the ‘To Loose, the chains. that bind ws “town to : ie pated L ng ar 16 résious, wage fy spitten hace And yet, what art thon bntan airy dream, Made up of ie lotas"s zai delights, wich soci To wear the bri That foretimes blinds us with te dazzling A lovely form, that flit before our way, Whiten we mist foliow, lead us where st na ‘yee! In thy gardens, ‘mid thy flowers fuil- blown, We walkin dreams, and start to find them flown. . When, shall we meet axatnt - Say, holy Whisper of things beyond decay and death, ith unfeitering step, and stendfas 70393 s S That fail i not joys that cannot die; nf pies acenes where wo uot agin, Where re eauty, love, and Yuh, eternal tee , BY ROBERT Author of None But the Bra BOOK ONE, THE OFFICIAL ENVELOPE, CHAPTER I. SPEAKING OF DROWNING, day sot for oe hind of the intorn aces o 9%. “It is the tional’ yacht te immense fleet o! ploasure beats rosea jeross the lower te New York harbor, is the British steam yacht Althea, carrying ber owner, arty of American guests. ward 8 young man is sta stand ing alone. His rig! st foot is on the is in his right band, and the elbow supporting it sage. his Auoulders, and ‘again gaat gloomy across the water. “As it is, you're going to fight it out like a man, I showld know without being told. that whate trouble yi rou ie! it have, wing Of ood-—and the next in. feck, over the rail, and of his ‘riend, head, | He, cls slutehes ve a th bis throat, and his heart ‘sinking with ghastly dread, Posible, that the jocose suggestion of suicide bes freed the troubled soul of Edward Minturn to the mad fmpulse of self-destruction? Litt second, though there isin it mt bour for Vanda, is ya areadfal appreheusion. the agom dissipate ‘Mineora's ie eS | is a knee. : Mintura cries ‘one of bis compan- pronches, just as the Althea begins sll from the open sea beyond Sandy | ha Jom mu look as blue as tho see sea itselt. Jt you were anybody else, I should suspect y‘ éon- templating suicide.” “and if f were anybody else,” replies Min turn, ing trom the rail and staading erect, svour "ght be justified. AS It is? Ned raises his Jeft arm from the water, and a mass of flacon hair, aud a wee, A YALE MAN. LEE TYLER, 7 “The Girl From the East," etc., ete. bead pops up above the surface a fow foot aft of the point on board from which he pluny 1 fow feot away from the yacht's si hat be began to swim” the and not sivking despondent! 1 ocoah “Thank Heaven i Pemmutters Van cont iia ‘hia fait “aaa Sans Sy might have Known ble in me even to fear that Nett Mineurs reould be guilty of tho sowardico of suicide! But what of them come fluttering down to fhe oon, gather the instant thoy ee what has giao young In Haher ¢ facing away from the side f from oven Mingurn, seer ae aronnd, and wi 1e scend. One, & Birl of hincteon, gives'e Hedle and springs to her feet. Shestands mith bor hand Br chair, while her ia parently unmcved. Bore ao fered whet er that marvelous Beautiful face would ever 3 whether Ada Berkeloy’s heart were susceptible the feolings that anim te common humanity. At this moment she if she wore a spectato Excitement reigns on the deck’ be “Throw bim a life preservor erica one of the men in a frenzy, and he begins to tug at the straps holding in place a pile of these seldom-used No need of that, Lord Ettingham,”” dann who has burried aft; yee wouldn’t touch less he was ready to stop swimming, and you can see that be’s ot business of bois ind out there Neve ertheless, as somebody has drawn a pocket- knife, aod ie pros td Lort Effingham reserver from the pile, an ure i ‘with all bie might toward the swimmer. a Fee. ae says Van~ qticks there, bis oar anking with ghaxt inns aad the ladies uttor haif-supprosied.criew of dis- i in| may. Van Iittle d ‘ Bis felond disappeared head foremost, Can it be| other men ale Bo comment by sort or 6 “expres: f only have they Van lity to” take care. o self, but she are straigiog. their out the pose of his extraordinary act. ‘only have passed as seen m4 pilot b betray emotion, and | si Jess stirred than seals = onginogr to reverse engines at full speed, and, with his own aad 0 on the steam-stooring gear, turning the boat by 1 exclain forkeloy, still without “From her ‘chain, cherie nt lok down with an expression *) she responds; ‘it’s Ned but checks berse! 6 Berkeley laug! upon ) the instant, hor fair eee, ant nti ng with lightly, inge of shame ab of lev- ity, under such Soria H rouinstapces Fonuark ninst have sounded insanely _ab- aura abe says. apologetically, “but | T didn’t count tir “alten, f for he seems much at bom 0 does on deck, " va meautesonsebody=do Fou sony Dorens. in. tho wake of that excursiog steamer) ‘and Miss Ber: Koley rises sf ‘object in the water ard which rwining: @ direction indicated. rly in ta: | yom hele relovated Position, they can distinguish the objects on er! ut a groater distance than their companions on the nak dec is ‘Be oat nye “What Miss Berkeley?” Lord Effing- length has passed Minturn | bam, who bas noted ber attitude, pereretd fo now, rand he he is discovered by others in the party, | you tea, Dorcas?” rise Vandam who’ are seated amidships and aft, and a choruy |” Witbout waiting for je SU h rush up the of shrill shrek arises, discordan tly punctuated | companion Inder to tho cabin ‘top followed im- by the shorter and deeper exclamations of men’s | mediate! ely by al ‘voices. "The lad Tadies jump up. ervously, and some “1 dou ing eye” says Dorcas, when nos Berkeley interri Ob! oh es gone ader again! ‘Vandaro ‘ipificantly, you ‘eon that eyow? re seen a person's head o1 thero in the water?” Yes," she answerk, her with Scttements aad ‘evident ebild's head, 1 thinky It t heaving now sympatby, cane into view quite ¥ voice is scarcely abl ss he mutter ‘*He must have seo ‘chitd when it fell from the dock of the wwxcurnion steamer, Probat Fait 2 this ruck the water as soon as the child did. ithe hind time the little one has disay sl beneath nirtace, his ‘noble effort will’ bave bee You eantot think so, Mrs andar 1)” cries Mise Borkeley, wh speaks witt almost hy: seatcal carbontners: not be 80. Surly he will be in time!” ‘ere is a misty blur before her eyes. Sho has. wipes, them, and then presses ber handker- chief &, ber PS strit Temust white face is seen upon his shoulder. “Ab, she stammers, for the is| oning tenrs have ve made her voice un stsadys re will be too cruel, too unjust, if that noble’ fel- Wena eactitiosubull bot have’ the reward of sic. st Emingbamn has edged bia way to Mist elon sider her words, and ie slightest ‘ade ‘of aoniaty eee over his feat- ures, he fate o as not anxtaty for a mer, or for the child ‘ft wish,'” he says, ‘that "T'were ia) Mr. ‘cintura'S'place, Sls Be kel “If” Miss Burkeley hears bim, and fs dispowed to make any manner of response, all occasion for her doing 's0 ia lost im the di orcing Be eeemboat. ‘be yacht bas ‘has come 80 sho is now abreast of the larger boat, and going in the opposite dire ti Tie excursion boat a eh for anid more miaaageable, craft about, any one Of which may’ perform the act of ‘ing the scream, tl oak uP, fo the hurricane hep boat. 8 woman struggling with soreral re doing thoi Provont or from “Jeaping over tte the other of the drowning child. ‘Tr! ua ‘moment the intie cnet fell from ber arms into the sea, she seemed to be paralyzed with fear, not compre- people on the yacht of the excursion frantically. ‘utmos| touding, eppercutly, the encouraging assurances of bystanders who sdiw the swimmer set out from the tacht. Of a nulden now she has awakenrd to Png Se her mistortue, Fier screams couse ‘sympathetic shudder to all on board the yackt, nv turning thelr eyes gain seaward, they un- derst stan nd he ere out of grief. apper rly from view, abd w with bis waking bas ono, vtbe. t vestige of hope from the poor mother’s Gumething very like @ sob that will not be suppressed gurgles in, Miss Berkeley's throat, ‘Again she di * Sly taco to her eyes, and again presses ™ Hugo,’ S tremulously, “is Ned in danger? n't ve get there in time to pick bim up? “Ned is ip no danger whatever,” responds “Our pilot is'too clever a lown.’? ne Be! Sows under Hugo.’ “Yes, to search for the child. ‘He bas doubtless given up hope of the little one coming to the sur- ‘and bas fom, eyes open, to look for het, or bim. Ned will be up in a minute, depend on it; whether fe chihd a foen again? ok Almost directly. in the course of the yacht, and Vandam, incisively., ip wing thus to keep back the| about @ hundred yards ahead, just where ‘the tears. ced Doreas gives her a shy glance | waves Soked up by. the excursion boat are bigh- of wouter, 10 bas never seen jarkeley | est, appears the bead o ‘Minturn; at the so stirred, and i's be could form he, e thought that | samo instant be raises, bis lett arm from the vaguely 1 “ilove Water, and. a mass of faxen wee, Ee ert bao stpgset Shot Ade bite face is oulder. right so mich ermott Berkeley catches ‘the glance, and further he emotional side of, her nature, by pouk the girl's waist mith @ cu ro vinces woe ut he “occurrence, has signaled he | ar 0 ra outinuous "seen upon "is rm fa andor water still, ening himself and his borden afiont, until the yacht shall draw near enough to pick him up. bursts from the throats of the irsion boat, while Min- ousand 2 ‘hen 92 of the voice that “Tt was @ ‘Slesald feed, Mr. Minturn,” Mintaro bee w a ik a lit Tate Heese “Three | Dollars Per Year. Two ‘wo Copies F Five Dollars. No. 33. turn’s male friends on the yacht basten : down from the rail to lend on n board. each younger “girl's tears aro owing freely now, and she looks through them up at Miss Berkeley. “It isthe reward of suoners, Ada, she tri cult ota attra ‘isn Berkeley but they are still rained d upon the ap- / | bronching forms tn the w ‘it cannot bo a lives. Three ti final way be any bopet® “How fortunate that Doctor A: came with us to-di the doctor is at the Tai, prepared to do whatever = medical map can do for of them." Iu the excite ue, Biss ite glory if tbe child should not 8 is profesiovel. spirit is all aes bis heart is bea slender chances jarly the responsibility will rest upon prehension. Hitting ‘the unconed posal Bir as possibly. bas but one th for life. “It ie m1 in by Vi matches the chi from Mintara’s hands, . Sust bis Tiebe arms crowd lating bim beartily and grasping b “Dwouldn't whe lade aro epproeh can, their’ progress “in rockibg of the yacht, that is now ting the Sens of soveral Boats tha ne. Belo: 99 the Freee UN y cheeks: perbape the deep, rich glow | . upon bis Is wholly due to, exercise aps 2 Ure eff ned by the quiet compliment. . t all events, o he makes | oe ample response? He rages realty did not come to him £0 appear to the Peer edvantage be and he fools a hot w: fore in Joud and apparently b “Come straight to m: t risk tl yon a Sao & roception on 8 of the day.”” With these words, b rts with him toward the companion-way, ips, but they have not taken beside other ladies a the party, and a sits . lure of ‘the ‘acht sends her tripping across the i expected fc coll flog! th: Fs Tiere. tay earty’!” he cries, w ood humor, as ad rsoee \d of sea totus deck bouse, whirls hervelf away fromm ‘ Effingham’s embrace, and then, as rights, seizes Minturn’s dripping band in botb ber Gn both bea: a ve to tears, and laugh and cry together, foe is little time for reflection, or Guided of the pilot phe heath the surface, but only for an instars matty really, but it may bo a who has been buffeting # ely 8 iss Berkel d- perhaps misinterpret slightest word, movement, and expression of P Mix Berkeley. Lord Ffingham bas been qi fnces, moaningless to others ‘ courtesy. ‘is that is half laughter, an gual palt cabin top to the main deck ger bands in helping bim \ beats womer in th dear.” 2 ; finding words diffi- s eyes are now, mbrely succens wnless the child imes under! Just caug! . tothe bottom! Can Wises rinstrong to-iay !’? Dorcas cries. “See! both nent attendant upon the rkeley and Gerald be restor and while “aroused for he views the d feels how wy for success, Miptrn does Set wasnt $0 vane ought—the e child's chance the doctor, therefore, wbo e ger by the action of Minkirn dinks again bee spd ick, be fairly e bulwark, . make sormuch of it,” b ‘a little from his exertions; trith the’ baby." : group how the ‘color of i there is a glean cation of erat ould terete wick to note Miss Berkeley” er agains ero of the hour, be cmey, cgusideration trom it by y tones: : ‘tomy state room, Minturn: we health by congratula- pave Ary clothes 0 deck tor the Fest takes Minturn by the arm } ‘two steps them. She is in advance with be- bee atcha ber around her to prevent all 8 polished E