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"And it'a welcome home, ye ire, Ixird
Wavcrland; and loiij? life to yc's, and my
Iiuly," wild the butltr, nuil.i'i a moot
profound Imw. as we entered the Ihhisc.
Sir Wren, Annie ami the Colonel were
noon with us, und friends fromcvej-j direc
tion came to otter their congratulations.
Tlin broad bountiful lawn wa-s full of peo
ple. Soon Stella and I were in their mid-.t
uhaldiiH hands wii h them, and receiving
their "(iod bless e'.t!"
It was a merry company that gathered
at the Uyi tables to partake or the sump
tuous feast that al'iernonn; and, as we
passed Lore and there we heui'd tiic;.4 rt-
"I thought it was a great lady coming to
Wavcrland, but it is the swate angel who
came to me when I was sick!" or, "It's
the swate leddy who told me how to make
bread!" and, "It's the governess who was
.Soon Stella and I were in their mi7itt
nhahiiitj iff mi's with 1hrm.
here and came with her lit t le box of medi
cine and docktored my .lammie when he
had the moiisels, bo it Is!''
All united in culling her the "Kvvate
leddy." The children gathered round
Lady Waverland for a kind word. No one
was overlooked. Most of them Stella
knew and remembered their name. She
iinil a peeuli-tr faculty of gaining children's
love. I had Often noticed when in a room
full of strangers, the children would soon
tind their way to Stella's side.
While we w ere busy seymy that our peo
ple were having good cheer, the invited
guests were enjoying themselves according
to their own tastes and inclinations. Some
were busy with ball and mallet at croquet.
Others with bow and arrow were sending
forth joyous peals of laughter at the mis
takes or good hits of their companions.
One and all were having a good time. Sir
Wren was in an ecstacy of delight , and
seemed the youngest of the party, giving a
passing joke and friendly greeting to every
one he met. As he and I were slaading
together and Stella was engaged with the
lit: le ones, I said:
"You see, Sir Wren, that there is no dan
ger but that Lady Waverland will be pop
ular with our people. She has won their
loe and trust as she has won mine, by the
goodness of her heart. I have no fear but
that it will continue."
"Yon are very fortunate Ijoyd, in secur
ing such a lovely wife. I congratulate you
with a warmer heart since I have seen her
among the people.. Her gentle influence
will have great force for their good."
In the evening Lady Waverland was no
less a favorite than among the humbler
classes. The rich and haughty were glad
to claim her for an acquaintance on ac
count of her noble birth and great wealth.
I thought as I saw some of the grand la
dies and gentlemen who had formerly
stung her sensitive heart with cruel words,
now trying to win more than a passing
greeting from her, how different their con
duct would have been had she returned a
simply a governess! But wealth and posi
tion are powerful agents with those who
have no higher aims in life than show and
Lady Waverland was equally a favorite
with rich and poor and made every one
who came into her presence feel at ease.
A few days after our return the people
gathered to hear Mr. Parnell and to choose
a candidate to stand from our district for
member of parliament. Our district was
one of the most extremely nationalist of
any in Irelaud. When Mr. Parnell came
he found a remarkable gathering. It was
thoroughly representative; people ot all
trades, merchants, mechanics, professors,
laborers and noblemen had met to see and
hear the "uncrowned king."
The applause and cheers that greeted
Mr. Pamell were loud and hearty, but
pome hissed and many flourished the
black thorn shillalah. That is a practical
weapon in the hands of an Irishman and
has convinced many a man against his
Mr. Parnell came to the front and was
formally introduced by the chairman of
the committee. He bowed slightly, and
commenced speaking in a conversational
tone of voice, without the least visible ex
citement. At first the confusion in the
crowd was so great that very few heard
him. But, with the command he had ob
tained over himself in parliament he con
tinued speaking. Very soon order pre
vailed and nearly every one in the vast
audience could hear distinctly every word
"Friends," he said, "I hope we may gain
Home Rule for Ireland in the corning par
liamentary struggle. That will pave the
way for every tenant farmer to own the
land he tills. But to obtain this we must
stand united. In union lies our strength.
England haa said that we never can agree
among ourselves, so they have nothing to
fear from us. In the coming election I
would like to prove to Kngland that we
know what we want and are united in
asking for it.
"Now, friends, I want your assistance,
to help secure Irelaud the management of
our local affairs, and protection of our
home industries. We have every advan
tage for successful manufactories. All we
need is protection. But brute force will
never accomplish anything. I hate the
cowardly heart that can find refuge in
dynamite. 'It's the only way!' cried a
voice from the crowd J.
"It's base and cowardly in the extreme,
and Ireland in the use of it has weakened
her power! Liberty for Ireland must come
through the people. We must unite in
asking for what we need and then stand
together for our rights. We can only
reckon on what we can extort from En
gland through our united voice. We are
tired of being handled sometimes very
roughly, by English officials; of being
treated like quarrelsome children: of hav
ing nothing to Bay but amen to every de
cree and nothing to do except to obey the
will of our imperieus masters.
"In the past, the liberals with Gladstone
at the head have pursued a course of un
pardonable cruelty and exasperation.
Wholesale evictions have leen nermitted!
Artntrary arrests have wen mane! in land
has been treated as though until for any
thing lx-tter than to Imi trodden und'-r foot!
: Are you willing to submit to all this in tho
(No! N'o! camu in a ileafenlng roar from
the excited crowd.)
"Well, then, hear who my catididatu Is,
and stand by him. I have for my candi
date the name of Iord Waverland!"
(Cries of, "No landlord!" "No dicta
tion!" filled the air. For a timo it w.-w a
maddened and delimit crowd.)
But Mr. I'urncll continued quietly Hpcak
big. When tins conf ii-ioii ceased we heard:
"Name your candidates."
A dozen different names were nib-red.
"You sec, my friends," said Mr. I'aruell,
"that you run not agrou even on a candi
date, and if you do not elect your man you
are giving one more man to your enemies.
Do you remember Sarslleld's motto?"
"Ireland and Liberty," came in shout
from a thousand voices, that made the
very air re-echo back the words. That np
peal was decisive; it united them. When
Mr. Parnell called my name again, as thu
proper candidate for our district it wus re
ceived with a cheer!
As the meeting closed t he wait ing people
gathered around to shake hands with their
hero. He is young, tall, slender and pre
possessing In his manners. His look de
clare him to bo a erfect gentleman. 11
cannot be called eloquent, but he impres
ses his hearers wit h t he feeling that lie is
thoroughly in earnest, and in sympathy
with their cause. When he shiok hands
and sjoke to everyone who could possibly
approach him, he sent each one home feel
ing that he was their friend, and would
stand by them with his lifo if need bn.
Thus closed a day that everybody feared
would end in u bloody riot. It was this
county that had been so tierce and deter
mined that no landlord should br support
ed, and no "dictation" should bn permit
ted. I lore tho secret societies had ap
peared the mostdi-termiii'd. But Mr. I'ar
uell, by his cleaicool-headedness, held
them in subjection To his powerful will un
til every man felt that it was for his own
good to unite and work with, not against
him. I left the park feeling that a stormy
campaign was in store for mo. I could not
rely upon this man with an iron will to bo
present to rule the mob as ho had don t
lay. I almost dreaded to go home and tell
Stella, ami yet, how could I wish for better
When I reached home Stella met me at
the door saying:
"I know all!"
"How did you hear"
"I was at the village and had communi
cation brought nie every half hour. Itt
you think I would stay at home and knovr
you were in danger, if a riot should take
place? No, I must le near and know th
worst, at least," the wiid, as she gave nie
"Then you were going to be my guardian
angel and watch over me, were you, liltl
woman?" I asked, leading her Into tb
"Yes, Loyd, if there is such a thing i
holding a charm over another's life, I
would exercise that power and always
shield you from harm."
"You do hold a charm, my sweet, pre
cious wife. Your love for me gives me
power to resist evil, and for yoursake I am
ambitious. To-d;iy has brought out possi
bilities that will call forth all the untried
energies of my nature, and 1 need i'"r
help and advice to give me courage to
overcome the difficulties that Lio beforo
She raised her clear brown eyes to mine,
eloquent with love and trust, saying:
"llear Ioyd, you know you always hav
all tiie encouragement I can give you. I
arn proud of my noble husband!" she saiiV
with confiding love. "But do you think
Mr. Parnell will elect his men?"
"Yes, I believe he will. He has now
gained his point In one of the worst coun
ties in all Ireland! I think, every man went
homo in sympathy with him and ready to
work as :j directs. 1 bre comes the Colo
nel: he'll tell ns 1j.iv quietly t!i y con
duct such i!:ec-;.i!igs in America," I s;'.id,
welcoming the Colonel with a cordial hand
"I think that if a crowd of American
had been determined to fight as your peo
ple seemed to-day, it would have taken
more than Parnell to have quieted them;
though he is a wonderful man, I must con
fess, so calm, so quiet and yet possessed of
so much magnetic force that he can com
mand the obedience of all who come with
in the power of his voice. What, a general
he would make in the army! I do not
wonder now why England is uneasy. If
he holds to his purpose and can elect his
men to stand by him, he will be a power
she may well fear and strive to conciliate."
"But England will never grant anything
to Ireland that she can avoid,'" I said.
"No, it is against her principles to admit
that she is in the wrong. If she grant
any request she will try to put Mich a
mortgage on coming general ions that you
will never dare'to ask anything more," he
"But Parnell will never bind our people
by any iron clad mortgages that will tram
mel the liberty of Ireland," I said, uo we
went In to dinner.
CHAT'TEn XXV. THE PICNIC.
"It is such beautiful weather, let's have
a picnic, to-day," said Stella, one morning
at breakfast. "Then it's ilie very hist
chance we will have while Col. Haynes is
with us. Are you really going 'lay after
to-morrow?" she aked of hirn.
"Yet:, Lady Waverland. I must go then.
I will stay and see Ixird Waverland elected,
which will take place to-morrow, then I
must tear myself away, lint I am in for ia.
picnic to-day." he said, wii'i animation.
"A picnic!" cried Myrtle, intensely ex
cited, for. to her, a picnic represented a
"Who shall we ak to join our party?"
"We'll stop for the St. Clair's. They are
always ready for pleasure. You remember
them; the girls were those good archers
that were here the night of our return," I
explained to the Colonel. Then there's
Johnny O'liork. We must ak him for
Annie's sake. He thinks she is t he only
girl worth looking at in all the world."
"But wait," said Stella. "I must see iC
there is any thing in the hou.e tit tor
lunch," and away she tripped as happy a
"Waverland, you are the most fortunate
man alive in having won such a glorious
wife! If I could only find such a dear little
woman to brighten my life, I should be as
happy as a king."
"You may well say that. I have the one
wonvan of all the world that could makt
me happy. But there are others, from
whom you may choose one ju.rt as dear to -
Contiaaeu Tai orrow.
Why will yon cough when Shi
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For sale by V. G. Fricke &. Cc
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