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- thb aiiqcb, Friday. iiovininnii 13 lesa
STKOPSIS OF PBECEEDING CHAPESS
Chapters I and II Alea Howe,
son ot a prosperous New York mer
chant, leavei home in the garb of a
tramp to earn LU living because of a
Usagrceablc stepmother. He sleeps
at a farm house, but fail to get
work. Ill A!eo btops at Milo lino
roll's farm and is permitted to hoe
potatoes for his board. Hoeing
blisters his hands nod proves very
bird work for a youcg city swell "
He makes the acquaintance t f Maud
I5?nnett. a pretty girl. IV and V
He takes Maud Bencett to the circus
Htid angers her mother, who abuses
him and drives him from the house.
1'ttBniless, he trudge on seeking
work and is amazed to iiod a $1 bill
in bis bag. He concludes that Maud
mast have placed it there. VI, VII
and VIII Alec makes the acqiain
tir.ee cf Joe Higgins, the gcniai land
lord of the Asbton Getter tavern
and store, tries his hand at mowing
aail makes a failure. The story be
comes town property. Lofers at the
litem ridicule him, bat JoeHiggina'
daughter Lizbeth belriend him. II
is much, cast down nad lives on
crackers and jam. IX and X Akc
becomes Joe Higgins' cletk and
works for his board. He learns his
new duties and discovers that George
Marston. the blacksmith, loves Liz
beth. XI and XII Alec goes to
church and joins Marston's Snodav
school class. He finds Lizbeth
weeping in the wood3 and learns
that Joe Higgins has a dangerous
malady. XIII Alec earns 5 driv
ing a stranger to Pavonia, calls rn
Maud Bennett during her mother's
absence and return the (1 bill
MV and XV Alec discovers that
Maud has secretly given back the (1
bill and is offended. He learns that
Miss Dora Thistle, a New York so
cteiy girl, is passing tbe summer in
Asbton Center and wishes to e cape
from his menial position. Joe Hig
gins advises him not to work too
hard. Miss Dora Thistle discovers
him and patronizes him. XVI and
XVII Miss Thistle loses interest in
He young clerk. Alec and George
MarMon go to the mountains after
cattle. George roveals bis love for
l.tzbcth, and Joo Higgins dies sud
ilenly. Funeral of Joe Higgins.
George proposes to Lizbeth and is
CIIilTEK XVIII CONTINUED.
Xiiero vns ninoh curiosity in the
iiMshlmrhoatl as to what would tuke
I'l;i' o now that Joe Higgins was doad.
.lcc v:is at cuco reocsnized as an im
portant factor in tho'affair. iiome won
ilercd if lie might not marry 'Lisbeth
r.'iifi fct tin down there. Others suggested
ilir.t he would buyout Mrs. Higgins and
l.iarry come one, cny one, not necessa
Alec spent thn clay in the store look
ing over books and papers and trying
to think what flimld be done. But
tibont 3 o'clock in the afternoon he bad
. rpecinl visitor, no other than Jon
uthnn Fiucliley. Mr. Finchley caine in
;uid atked for a piece cf tobacco. When
he had received it, be cut seme up.
Tolled it in hi baud and put it into
bis pipe. Thon he asked for a match
and be Ran to smoke. He was very de
liberate, aud Aleo Etood respectfully,
waiting for hiin.
"Be yon goiu to run the store?" asked
Mr. Finch ley after a time.
Alec het-itatod. for lie was far from
cure whether fne idea of his managing
the store would be received with favor
"NothiuK has been settled yet," he
auswered after an embarrassing pause.
"But you have en idee you may be
put on to manage, ain't you?"
Mr. Fincblpy took a seat on the top of
a barrel, and his manner, assured Alec.
If vote have haA the frrintv.
, ri r
you know its acnes and pains,
the fever, the chilis, the cough
the depression you know
tnem au. i be mppc exhausts
the nervous system quickly,
lowers the vitality. Two
things should be done at once:
the body must be strength-
cue a, ana torce must oe given
to the nervous system. Cod
liver Oil will do the first; Hy
pophosphitcs the second. These
are permanently and pleasantly
combined in Scott's Emulsion.
It lifts the despondency and
heals the inflamed membranes
of the throat and lungs.
But you need not have LA
You can put your system in
a condition unfavorable to ft.
You can have rich, red blood;
resistive strength ; steady brain
and nerves. Scott's Emulsion
prevents as well as cures.
And whether you send or go
for Scott's Emulsion, be sure
you get the genuine.
SCOTT ft BOWNF, few Yortt.
owflon. 09. (t m aVfsfiJL
who stood behind the counter, that the
old gentleman had something serious on
"I may say," Mr. Finchleywent on
after a time, "that some of us old ones
was thinkin about puttin in another
store here. Joe Higgins was a good sort
in his way, but he ain't run things ex
actly to my idee, or the idee of some
others, and we cal'latod to put in a new
store here, just to smartiu things up a
kit in town.
"But what I cum to say was that if
you be goin to take holt and run things
here in a smart way, so s to do credit to
the town, you know, why I, for one.
would bo agin a new store, and I reckon
ucbody elso would do anything if I
He paused, glanced at Alec, and ob
served that the youDg man was looking
at him in astonishment.
"I reckon you know more about run
nin a store than aboct rcowin," said
Jonathan, dropping bi3 eyes and cbuc
kling to himself. "Iain't nothiu against
you on that account," he went on after
another pause, but without looking up
Tbe young man felt that he must cay
something, though Jonathan Fiuchley
smoked on as if he were in no harry.
"It would kill the business if another
store were started." Alec said at last.
"Exactly," remarked Jonathan, puff
ing with vigor.
"I think the store might be managed
so that it would satisfy all parties.
Alec went on.
"It cud," Mid Jonathan briefly.
"And if I stay bere I chall do all I
can to make it a success."
"I hev an idee you cud do it."
"I haven't any idea what Mrs. Hig
gins and and 'Lisbeth would do if
didn't stay," he also said.
Jonathan winked nt the mention of
'Lisbeth and said ha reckoned they'd
have a bard tiino of it without him.
"Don't you be bashful, yonng man.
You just go in, and I'll bet 20 dollar
bills on you all tbe way around.
He rose from his seat, brushed the
sawdust from the seat of his trousers and
let them down for comfort, knocked the
ashes out of his pipe and said
"Gos any cornmeal?"
Jonathan Finchley had never bought
cornmeal at the store before, and
littlo meditation showed Alec the fell
meaning of this last significant inquiry.
Alec said they hud. and Jonathan tcok
a bag, which he helped Aloe to throw
into the back of bis light Concord wag
on. He climbed tip to the scat, said a
brusquo "'Good day!" and drove away.
Alec stood cn the veranda steps till
he was out of sight, and then returned
to the store in a state of the greatest ex
citement. Going straight to the back
door be said :
" 'Lisbeth, what do you suppose?
Jonathan Finchley has been here and
bought a bag of meal. "
"I've heard that he and 6ome other
men were going to start a new store,
"Yes," said Alec, "he came in to
tell me he intended to back out, and he
guessed it wouldn't be started."
If Jonathan Finchley was going to
tin d by them, thui mecnt tbo town
weald ba ou their side. Both Alec and
'Lisbeth bud had soc:e doubts cs to
whether they would be considered old
cucugb fcrsucb a responsible post. Alec
had rucro confidence than 'Lisbeth by
far, for sbo knew tbe wcy cf country
village publics, who have very decided
ideas en natters within their own con
trol, oud this obviously was ci:e. Bat
if Jon;-.tbau Finchle? was fcr them the
others would have ta come r.roaad.
The next question was how the
finances stood. If Mr. Higgins had left
no capital, it wonld bo hcrd.wcrk to re
stock tbe storo as Alec wished to da
But be did uct think of coy such possi
bility as this, cr if he did tbisk of it he
brushed it quickly away. Matters must
be looked into as soon as possible in
order that they might make a beginning
of the new regime at once. He wanted
to send an advertisement to the Pavo-
nian Gazette for a servant girl, but 'Lis
beth refused to allow that till matters
were settled and they knew where they
"Pcrhcps there won't be cny money
to pay tbe girl, " she said, but Alec said
"Thea we'll make some.
"Lisbeth smiled and said they'd see.
She kept steadily at her work, and A!ec
wondered what she was thinking. Ee
felt sure she must be formulating some
George I-Iarstcn started for Pavonia
by the stago that afternoon and would
not return till the day after the next. In
the meantime Alec would have to wait in
patience, but ho kept thinking over that
visit cf Jonathan Finchley aud the pur
chase cf the bag cf meal to strangely
' CHAPTER XIX
A FISAXeiAL INVESTIGATION ASD A DEPU
TATION OF LADIES.
As Alec thought about the advertise
ment and an amstant for 'Lisbeth, it
flashed across his mind one day that
here was a chance far U&cd. It had
trmblcd him to think that such a good
girl should lead such a confined life, and
thct, too, et the bands cf her mother.
But would her mother let her go? Or
would Eh s come without her mother's
consent? What penalty had been visited
on her fcr that visit of his which he
still recalled with peculiar pleasure. Ha
bad kept tho dollar hill as a sort cf re-
ineinbraoce cf hr. and now ha waa in-
elined ta thinV Tn5 TniiT Knrt Tmv f .linm
by returning it in the rst place. He
should have found seme mora delicate
In his delight at the idea be bad cm-
ceived he wanted to write to her at oace
asd ask her if she would come. But he
decided to wait until things were mere
settled in relation to the financial stand
ing cf the store. 'Lisbeth refused to take
any step whatever until the bocks were
examined and they knew just where they
stood. Alec was impatient with her and
scolded her a little, but she remained
In his mind he laid out his career. He
would work hard in the store this win
ter and get the trade that now want to
neighboring towns and villages. With
the money saved he would improve the
tavern and provide suitable accommoda
tions for cummer boarders. Perhaps
some time a great hotel might stand on
the spot of this old store.
George came over the text evening
and reported the results of bis visit to
Pavcnix Ha said it would take several
weeks for the probate court to move, and
he brought forms for 'Lisbeth and Airs.
Higgins to sign, petitioning for the ap
pointment cf himself as executor. He
thought there would be no trouble, how
ever, and he advised that Mr. Higgins'
dooes ana papers be thoroughly ex
amined at once, and after that tbe busi
ness be carried on as ssemed best, with
out waiting for lenl formalities. What
ever was dono could be legrlized after
ward. 'Lifbeth agreed that on immediate
examination cf th? condition of affairs
was the first great thing, for she want
ed to know iz:t how much cr liitle
money there was. If there was little,
she didn't want to waste any of it by
spending it at fir.-t as if it were much,
and if there was more than they expect
ed it wo.ild be a relief to her mind at
least to know it.
Tbe next morning George Marrton
came over early, and Alee shct the front
door, pinning up iWialf sheet of note pa'
per, with the wcfSj written: "Close!
for examination. Open 12 to 1." The
opening of on hour was fcr the rnaiL
'Lisbeth decided to serve tho familv
with cold meais and give hnr whole at
tention to this business. AU the books
of the store were spread out on the
counter, and 'Lisbeth brought the little
tin trunk that held Mr. Hicgins' most
private papers. The old dal desk he
wrote on, which was bnilt upon the eud
cf the counter next the postoiSce boxes,
was emptied of its contents, a most mis
cellaneous mass of papers, and then the
work of sorting, calculating and reckon
ing up went on busily, ihey found a
deed of some land in Dakota that might
or might not be valuable, but it proved
to be mortgaged fcr nearly as much as
it cost. There was a deed of the lot iu
the cemetery where the owner now lay
buried, and that was all the real estate
he seemed to possess. There was a rec
ord of $100 deposited in a savings bank
in the name of 'Lisbeth, which he had
evidently provided for the emergency of
his death. Then there was the ttore
business. Mr. Higgins had kept a small
bank account, and there seemed to be a
littlo over $100 now on deposit, but
nearly the whole of it was owing to tbe
wholesale dealers from whom he bonght
his stock. There was a mass of bad
debts owing from the country people for
groceries sold on account, bat George
Marston knew very few collections could
be made. The quarter's rent of $10 was
overdue, and the only provision for its
payment seemed to be tbe deposit in the
savings bank. Evidently all that was
left to the family was the depleted
stock of the store aud tbe good will of
the business, which might together be
reckoned at $300 perhaps. But half
that sum ought to be spent at once to
put the business in good shape. The ac
counts showed that it bad inui 00 to
$1,000 a year set profit.
They did not finish the ercniication
till late that night, but for seme hours
the approximate octceme was apparent.
About 9 o'clock Ciecrge Marston, after
whispering to Alec that be waa willing
to advance $100 if 'Lisbeth would ac
cept it, went home on foot with scarce
ly any other goodby. Alec was disnp
pointed, for he fancied he saw all his
dreams fading. Certainly his plans
would have to be readjusted. 'Lisbeth
was simply stolid, cud said it was about
what ehe expected. After Oecrge waa
gone she left tbe store, and Alec shut
up tbe blinds aud locked the outer door.
When he cane into the dining rocm, she
look up a small oil lamp and said she
was going to bed. 'Lisbeth had told
Mrs. Higgins tbe result and she had al
ready gone, mattering to herself that
Joe never was a gocd manager.
The next morning after breakfast Alee
decided that the first thing that ought to
be done waa to circulate a petition ad
dressed to the postmaster general, ask
ing for the appointment of 'Lisbeth as
postmistress. He taid 'Lisbeth what he
was going to do and asked her to look
after tbe store while he took it around
to various influential persons.
The first man he went to was Jonathan
Finchley, who grumbled at being asked
to sign a petition against his own politi
"But 'Lisbeth is strictly nonpartisan,"
"I suppose we'll have to say so," he
answered. "If my conscience rebukes
me for the act, I'll say that. "
Of course all tbe members of Mr.
Higgius' political party signed readily
enough, and a number of the oppoeit
party signed because Mr. i inchk-y bad.
When all the names were SPcured, ha
would send it with a letter to tbe sen
tor who knew Mr. Higgins personally
and got his appointment teiore, and
'Lisbeth's appointment would be a cer
tainty, though there would doubtless be
a month s delay.
But while Alec was attending to this
matter IL-j. Higgioa and 'Lisbeth were
receiving a deputation of ladies, mem
bera of the Women's Temperance Alii
ance. it waa notorious that Joe Higgiua
i kid always kept a stock cf cider and
i whisky and bser, though it was entirely
against tbe law. He said it was for city
i visitors, bet the cider was certainly con
suned ty the townsceople. There had
Been much talk about the matter. Tbe
inister had coma to argue with him.
and acme of tbe deacons too. The ladies
of the Women 'a Temper at ce alliance
had visited him zoote than once, and
collectively and individually scolded
him for bcurs toe ether. Bat it was his
custom to bring cut a class cf cider or a
bottle of beer and ocer it all around, of
course to be inaignantiy reirsea. ana
thea to drink it hisistU in theur nrac
The wrk tf ttnrtlng. mcnattnq end
rckonnfi wp vml on ItMtily.
ence. delivering as he did so a long and
humorous argument in favor of alcoholic
drinks. So they went away in despair
cud disgust. Of course they might have
summoned the law against him, but he
had shown all of thent too many gener
ous fuvcrs fur them to do that.
But now the ladies had their chance.
They knocked at tbe frcnt door of tbe
tavern, and Mrs. Higgins received them.
She gave them a cordial welcome, but
was voniewnat overcome with diamcy
when the six tiled in. be rhuwed them
into the parlor, and tbry took chairs
about tbe room in prim dignity. Mrs.
Higgins was overcome, and remained
fileut. Miss Mary rerguron, a maiden
lady if 00, who devoted herself to man
aging town affairs as much as she was
permitted, was spokesman, aud began:
"Mis' Higgles, we come to express
our deep sympathy for your loss. He
bad his good qualities, and was a gen'
rous hearted man. Kohiny ever said
he wen't. Wo hope yoa hear up under
the grief as well as could be expected."
ics. Joe was a good man, and as
kind to bis family as there ever was, "
replied Mrs. Higgins, nit-Hing in tears.
"But he had hisshortcomin a, said
Miss Ferguson promptly as soon as she
taw the tears.
"We all have, assented Mrs. Higgins,
checking her tearc, for fhe perceived
that they were coming to the heart of
"And one nf them," went on tbe good
lady, "was feedin the devil in bis own
lair. "You can't deny. Mis' Higgins,
that he did that most scandalous."
"I won t hear nothtn agin Joe," pro-
tested his spouse, weeping afreeh.
"You can t deny that he made drunk
ards," went on Miss Ferguson, a little
"Von know, Mis' Higgins, we did
everything we could to stop him, and
he wouldn't stop a bit," put in a very
fat matron at her riaht. "He drunk a
glass of cider right in my face one time
and I sh'ld think you'd be so 'chanted of
it you wouldn't know what to do. Yon
was always a chnrchgoin woman, even
after yon merried bini."
Mrs. Higgius was now weeping coni-
ously, and tho visitors remained grimly
silent. As Miss Ferguson was about to
break it by some further remark, 'Lis
bcthpu.ihcd open tbe door aud stared at
them all in amazement. She hod come
in quite accidentally and had not known
before of their presence. She looked
aweepingly about the room and saw the
stern features of Mil's Ferguson and the
tears of her mother.
"What have you been raying to moth
er?" she demanded a tritta fiercely.
"Ob. don't sey anything rash," pro
tested Mrs. Higgins. "They've been ac
rasin your father after he's dead and
"We didn't corce to ray nothin about
Joe Eiggius that yen didn't know your
self already," pot in Mrs. Fairlcy, who
was a tender hearted little woman. "We
only wanted to say we expected you, at
a church member and bein a woman, to
stop the inioitqy that we couldn't make
him stop. Joe Hikgins wan't no church
member and that made a difference."
Ent 'Lisbeth was roused. She
wouldn't be furred to do anything by
anybody, and she drrlared that if she
was as good as her father she guessed
(be d be good enough for anybody.
As a matter cf fact 'Lisbeth detested
tbe liquor selling as much as any of her
visitors did, and possibly more, and had
determined from the first to do away
with tho small stock that remained. She
had even contemplated that very day
taking it all out into tbe back yard and
pouring it out cn tbe ground. But she
wouldn t be forced to do anything.
The contest was fierce and long, and
Was nnaliy ended by 'Lisbeth bursting
violently into tears and rushing out of
the loom. Tbe strain upon her mind of
the last lew days had been too hear.
When Alee came home soon after, be
found tbe visitors takiaa a frisid leave
of Jars. Higgins. He went into the store
as they came out the tavern door, and
not finding 'Lisbeth went to the kitchen
in search of her. He found her sitting
at the kitchen table, her head rest inn
on her outstretched arms, and she was
sobbing. He went to her in surpriiie,
and resting his hand on her shoulders
asked anxiously :
"What's the matter?"
"Go way." said 'Lisbeth brr-kenly.
and h tcok a step bark. Sbe raisod her
bead and wiped avray tbe tears, and at
last controlling heme if by a great effort
told bin what had happened, bin e be
knew her own views aud previous in
tentions be could not help smiling. Tbe
moment he smiled she perceived her in
consistency, aud smiled faintly tea But
he immediately rose a if to disnifca
the subject, opened the oven door and
closed it w itlt a iUm, and ret to work
to get supper.
"You te all cted up, and yoa ought
to take a vacation." said Alec
"How can 1 7" she inquired a little
X thiol: we cxht to have a girl
"Should we starve to pay for fcerf
But Alee ignore! her tmubtUty. era
said be thought the mgbt esrtly te
made to earn ktr nay.
"IX we could get fojre boarders, err-
haps we might." ebe said mere mildly
at iar. i am cred up. I shcaldn t act
so like a beathtn it I weren't."
That very evening tbtec men camera-
to the ktore aud applied to Aire fnr
beard. Tbey iere lumbermen attached
to the rteam sawmill that had been net
up in tbe neighbor bocd. and naturally
came to the tavern to find board. 1 bey
said tbty would pay $4 0 week tf
they could each have a room. Similar
applications had been made to Joo Hig
gins in years pat. bat he bad ftturd
them berauM be wanted to snare 'Lis
beth, and the idea of bating a hired
gin had not ocrorrt-d to him.
AW was darhcbiMt and went at once
to tell 'Lii-betb. Mia came to eee them.
They were clean htoktn fellows and
said they had traveled with tbe sawmill
fur throe years. After half an hour's
parley tnry were taken tn. and Alee
Immediately wrote to Maud, aakinc tf
che would come and work for $3 a week.
fro n covmraavl
The Arablaa Khts- Oace Hera,
A large part of Cairo is very little
spu.jcd. it la Mill, to a great degree.
thetityof tbe "Arabian Nicbtn." Tbe
worxt iojarr wan duae b?f.re England
tuk the ruin, f.ir tt waa Imatl bu
Kvk!ly ran s'rwts through nisMa
and auchnt palwc in dr to make a
straight drive to the citadcL In the
B, nl.'Varl Mohaiuiurd Aly we certainly
find the uddvt jcuible of ea4 and wait,
old and new. Fr example, just oppo
site tbe aiately MutKiutMif (tultaa Umo,
at the In a l f tbs uuxightly street, you
see a Cuban with tint riKubnard, "Umg
Mi"P j-iir Army cud avy; " next door
a Miol'-tu K'iiool, rs the in-mptim.
Mflre?h Mohaniuicdiyeh, ' nbows.
Arvofes the road stands the nhupe-
ta malts of the ontiuixl.nd Rlfa'lyeh
mMue, orrru-d ut the cwt iif O.'HI.UOO
by tho mother -t I-miail. aud within
tlvM mroofrd walls, surrounded by
rotting w.itToliluiK. ilea tbe body of tbe
priiKfly iNirrower htmwlf. Under the
shadow of haiiau Hiuvju an Arab barber
is cutting hair with a li)od rn clipping
mac In ne. A gayly painted barim car'
riao stands in the road. On the panel
is a sham mat of arms. Solemn sheikhs
pass by without any wet of cuiotiou at
tliene queer siK'itA. Overhead the citadel
guns boom out a s.ilut, fr it is the
gnat festival, the M cl-Kebir. Sutur
d.iy lie vie.
Reminded 11 Im.
"I observe, Brother Itocksworlby,
said the Hev. Dr. Fourthly, "that when
I spoke in my sermon yesterday of the
evils cf g.itubliug in stocks, aud es-
presKil the hope that no niemtier of my
cuiigtrgution ever frequented places
where such gambling wus made a h roo
tless, you slapped your thigh cnit hutical
ly. I am glad if tue ecutiuiuut met
"Why aw tho fact is, doctor," re
plied Brotbtr RocLsworthy, "1 I sud
denly remcmtiered whero I bad left my
umbrella. " Chicago Tribune.
Bin tlir Irign T" laKlal.
It is raid that the f'.'O sud tbe $3
golopierfsaud the I'lund dollar arc the
only cuius perix-toutii.g the designer's
tiame. Underneath the Inwir line cf
the medallion ou the vbvcrsrtif tbe gold'
pieces h J. It L. (Jamie B. Langwre ).
Iu nearly the same position on the ob-
verxorf the, Bland dollur is tbe letter
"M." It also appears on the it verse up
on the left fold of the ril lion uniting
the wreath, being the initial h iu-t tt
Char lea B. Hood, broker and man
ufacturer's spent, Columbus, Ohio,
ceruties that vr. King's sew in
covery has no equal as a cough rem
edy. J. D. Brown, proprietor St.
James hottl. Ft.. Wayne, Ind., testi
fies that be was cured of a rough of
two years' standing caused by la
grippe, by vr. King Uiacovery.
o. r. Merrill. Uaidwinsvuie, Mass.
ays that he has used and recom
mended it and never knew it to fail
and would rather have it than any
doctor, because it always cures.
Mrs. Hemming. 232 hast Twenty.
fifth street, Chicago, always keeps it
at hand and has no fear of croon, be
cause it instantly relieve. Free
trial bottles at Herla Ullemeyer'i
rues! meet meat
Dr. Williams' Indian Pile Ointment
will care blind, bleeding, ulcerated
and itching piles. It absorbs the
tumors, allava tha itchintr at nun.
acts as a poultice, give instant re-
rcuei. ir. nuiiimi Ionian ii
Ointment la nrenered onlw for nili
and itchinr of tha Drivkla nerta. and
nothing else. Every box ia ruaran-
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mail fcr LQ eonta and 1 nop hn.
Williahi M'r'o Co.. Prone.. Cleva
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Mt. Wirslow's Soothing Syrup ha
b ten need lor children teething. It
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