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If yon Invc ever been engaged to two
irls at ones you know exactl y how Harry
Pollard felt after the second Ienox club
"I'll cut and r:in," lie said to himself the
following morning as the fir I realization
of his embarrassing position dawned on
his mind. "It's a devil of ji tress."
He pondered the situation for a time,
mid finally decided to accept an invitation
ne had from aa old college chum to vwt
him at Cane Cod. Harry IVllard forth
with wired his friend Bob Hewitt and told
him he was corning:.
Fiancee Xo. 1 was a fill, Kt-itcly -rirl o.'
twenty -fivo. She had known il irry Poller.!
ever si lire t hey were children, lie had al
ways liked Carolyn Cannon, ;nil that tven
itii; after they had waltzed together he
though? he hived her, and told n-rso. he
thought she loved him, and said o. it
would have been very well, no do'.i'nt, if
matters had paused here; !ut 1 hey didn't.
Fi.-ncee No. 3 was Miss Aspin wall-Jones,
and sue wouldn't have captured Harry
Pollard if it hadn't been for a 'vry schem
iug mamma. When Pollard accepted a
seat in Mrs. Aspin wali-Jones' carriage to
drive to the assemblj he did not, tlream the
conseqnenres of the r:ish act. Vor ln-forf
the cotillon was half over th. scheming
mamma had a verj' had hen lache and
would Mr. Pollard ruiad if she drove home
at once? They might iinish the dance, and
very likely could get some or.e to chaperone
mem on ttieir nomewsrj drive.
"Very likely!" not tiinsj i.f th sort.
When Harry Pollard and Miss Aspia-wall-Joues
got into the broimham U'fore
every iioily. and braz.-oly stent- 1 off for a
two mile drive arter midnicht, significant
tlajices were exchanged amoi g the on
lookers. "Too bad. you know," said o te. "He's
too good a fellow for bur."
It was tacitly ur.der.-.tood t'.iit she was
hunting his money. She w.i, i.n aw fully
pretty girl and ail that, but 1 rightfully
Miss Aspia wull-J ones had passed through
four seasons more or less, and vvw too old
a hand to It-t such an opportunity pass. It
was not every day that she could manage
things to have Harry Pollard a one with
her in a brougham.
It was an alleged fainting fit ttat did the
business then; and when a girl sinks down
on yonr shoulder, and when her lips look
very red and tempting, what are you to do?
Harry Pollard was but human, aid forgot
all about Carolyn Cannon. When he left
Miss AspinwalUones that nigl t t here was
an understanding between them.
"Hut don't tell any one vet," tit- said.
Everything seemed to go wronc after he
left Lenox. He missed his conntetions at
Boston, and at last when he rewhed his
Cape Cod retreat be found no on,; waiting
for him at the station.
Rain w:ts falling, and a hazy fog olscured
everything. It was after six and growing
-dark rapidly. Harry Pollard stn id on the
platform in his gray mackintos h a: id looked
lie questioned me station ag-nt. aim was
directed to a cottage a half mils up the
road. Then he resolutely tramped off, car
rying a single hand bag.
"I'll find the place, never fear," lie said.
Presently he came to a cottage answer
ing to the description given h m. He
walked up the steps, but lefore he hai
time to pull the bell Hie door was opened
fuddt-n!y, a iir of arms were arvund his
neck and he was kis.-d heartiiy ot. the lips
by an e.Uremely pretty girl. II) didn't
seem to mind it, and stood stock still in
abject confusion. Then the girl drew back.
"Hob, dear, I'm so glad to see yo i."
"Er why, really," he began.
Tiie instant he spoke the girl looked
frightentd. A wave of color flooded her
face. Ar the light from the hall streamed
on him and .-he saw his face, he.- eyes
Harry Pollard retained Lis self po ise.sion
enough to note they were blue and awful
ly pretty looked very much troubled. la
deed sh-. had something to lie foubled
"Our she exclaimed, and ran swiftly
Harry Pollard watched her, and stood
bunking in the light.
"Deuced eordial reception." he said to
himself. "Wonder who she is? Notliob'a
wife, of course; I know her. Ills sister?
He had none. And ehe called him 'Dear
Bob'. I have it his cousin, by Jove. Odd
I didn't think of it before. Just returned
from abroad. Wish I had known 6he was
here and I wouldn't have come. I've had
quite enough of women; and she begins
like the rest kissing and all that t-ort of
thing. My luck follows me everywhere
The door was open and Harry Pollard
felt that he couldn't walk in, so he pulled
the bell and waited.
Presently a woman came into the hall,
and the moment she caught sight of Pol
lard she gave him her hand and greeted
"Where did you drop from?" she ;iskeL
"I am awfully glad to see you. Ho sorry
Holiert Ls not here."
It was Mrs. Hewitt, of coarse, and Pol
lard found that they had not rectivnl his
telegram, as the wires were down; a -id as
for liob Hewitt he was in Boston, bit ex
pected home every moment.
"You'll find it awfully dull here," said
lioh's wife; "but Cousin Lou is with us,
and I want you to like her very tnucl ."
And he did like her very muc h. When
she came down to tea her face was still
burning, and she looked shyly at him.
"Mr. Pollard, this is Cousin Lou," said
"We have already met," said Pollard,
whereupou she blushed and looked angry,
and he regretted his want of tact.
Pollard had been there but a short time
when he felt that after all there were
worse places in the world; and, as for
Cousin Lou. there were worse girls Miss
Aspinwall-Jones, for instance. There were
walks on the beuch, drives and chats after
tea every day, and he came to know Cc usin
Ijou better in a week than if he had met
her in society for a year.
There was a peculiar charm in her pres
ence, a witchery in her maimer that aided
her physical charms. Her mind wis a
treasure house that day by day yielded its
store, and Pollard began to feel ashamed
"f his iguorance of many things this girl
knew better tlian be.
The inevitable happened one day. They
were returning from a walk on the bech.
A sou'wester was blowing and a mist lay
at sea; rain had begun to drizzle when t hey
reached the house and a Iiht streamed
from the front windows.
"This is much like the first night I met
yon," he said.
"Yes," she said, with a rising inflection
that was iieca liar to her voice.
"And it seems so very long ago," he
"And since then I have discovered some
thing shall I tell yoa what it is?'
"I Iotb you very much may I h i ?er
May I Id pe that some time you will tell m
that yon love me?"
"Yes" this time without the rising in
flection. That was all there was to it, or nearly
all, and the next day Harry Pollard went
"Now for the governor," ho said to him
self as the train neared Iioston. He found
him at the office and was met with a frown.
"What's this hear from Lenox?" his
"From Iicnox?" and the younger Pollard
looked as innocent as a lamb.
"A person by the name of Mrs. Aspinwall-Jones
writes me that you have pro
posed to her daughter. Is itt rue?"
"Well, yes; I suppose it is," replied the
younger man dosporately.
"You won't marry her, sir do you
"Eh?" replied Pollard the youn-er sadly
"I have broken off the engagement, sir;
wrote to her and told her you do not get a
cent of my money unless" you marry as I
direct. She wrote back that it was very
cruel, very wicked in me to wreck two
young lives, but I wrecked thern. There,
sir, is a package the young woman seut
me, containing a few jimcracks you sent
her," and the elder man handed the as
tounded youngster a package. "Now,
don't let me hear of any more such non
"It seems too good to lw true." almost
shouted the exultant youth. "Thank you,
governor, awfully," and he grasped his
father's hand enthusiastically.
"God bless my soul, what do you mean,
I say? What do you mean?"
"I'll tell you some day," and out of tin
office rushed Harry Pollard.
He had scarcely gained the street when
he rememliered Carolyn Cannon, and ht
hadn't said a word to his father aboul
Bob's cousin Lou. Perhaps he had better
But what did his father rans by saying
that he must marry as he should direct.
If he went against his wishes he would not
get a cent of money from his father, and
money, you know, is an extremely neces
sary article, even if it Ls "love in a cottage.'
Hut Ijou his father must see her to agree
with his son that she was the most glorious
woman in the world.
And that Carolyn Cannon atlair how
could he get out of that? He would go tc
Ijptiox. at all events, and i'aee the music.
Perhaps something would turn up. But
how could he explain his sudden depart
ure? Business? yes, very important busi
ness took him away.
When he got to Lenox it was about 11
o'clock in the morning, and he felt very
seody, having had but little sleep the night
He went to the hotel aud freshened up a
bit, and then started to walk to Miss Can
non's cottage, which was but a short dU
On the way a buokboar J drove by, and
he sar Miss Aspinwall-Joncs and her
scheming mamma. The latter bowed!
coldly, the former eiTusively, as if to show
she didn't care much, after all. Pollard
returned her bow a little awkwardly. Ht
felt sheepish, remeraWring what had
pased in the brougham that night. As he
neared Miss Cannon's cottage he nerved
himself up as to what he should say.
Should he deny the existence of their en
gagement, say she misunderstood him, or
should he throw himself on her mercy and
say tby bad both made a mistake.
About a hundred yards ahead of him ht
saw her turn a corner how well he re
membered that tall, graceful figure and
that languid, delilerate p.vt. He hastened
his steps to overtake her, but she turned
into l.er gateway liefore he could catch up
with her. He wouid have called out tc
her, but some people were passing aud he
did n-t care to attract tht-ir at tention. She
tnrn.-d her head carelessly, but evidently
did n t see hirn, for she did not bow. She
passe I on and entered the house.
An instant later he stood on the. steps
and touched the bell. A serving maid au
"Will you please ask Mis-s Cannon if she
will see me?" he said.
The maid went away and a moment af
The answer dumfounded him:
"Muss Cannon is not at h.mie."
He said not a word and tbeti went away.
It was a little unpleasant to be thrown
over that way, but ierhap it saved a good
He wrote her a note the next day offering
to explain if ehe would see him. He said
she was unjust, and cruel; he could tell bet
everything. Would she not consent to see
The note he received in reply was very
formal; she declined to see him.
That was all; but Harry Pollard felt re
lieved. She was a woman he had known
for a long time, and without giving hi in aD
opportunity to reply to charges which were
trivial in themselves she delilx-rately threw
him over. But it was what he wanted
what he came to Lenox for, but withal
He went back to Boston and wrote to
Carolyn Cannon a full confession, at the
same time telling her of his engagement
with Bob's cousin Lou. A short time after
ward he received a note from her congrat
ulating him. When they meet on Com
monwealth avenue they bow civilly, ol
course, but that is all.
Something very important took Harry
Pollard away f rom Lenox a note from hi
father. When he read it he frowned, for
he felt that his troubles were not vet over.
The letter read:
Mr Sox Come away from Lenox immediately
I do not eare to bear or any more wi .casement.
I shall expect to see you at tbe hoiLie to-tiiurnm
evening-, I wist to Introduce your future if a,
Miss Madison. on know quite as well as I that
it you marry as I direct you get a food part of
my money, otherwise not a cent. Miss Madison
U one ot the most beautiful, intellectual women
I ever knew; her family is irreproachable, and
she is not a uiooey hunter. If you go against
niy wfahes and throw over this girl and my
money rou are an unsrateful cub. To-morrow
ereninif at 8 o'clock 1 sLiUl expect to aee you to
the draw-id j? room. John u. roi
Should he go to the house, he thought,
as he walked aimlessly through the public
wardens. Throw over Iu tor this money
and the accompanying inevitable girl
Never, by Jove! "Beautiful, intelligent
bah!" he muttered, aa he walked up the
steps of his father's house.
He met his father in the hall.
"I'm here, covernor." he said, forcing a
laugh. "I suppose I shall learn my fate.
but I suppose suppose tuts miss mauisou
doesn't like me?"
"No danger of that," replied the old man,
rubbing hh hand and laughing heartily.
"s:-v h in the drawing room." He pulled
open the portiere and Pollard at once
"I'll leave von." said Pollard the elder,
Harry Pollard stepped into the room and
saw smiling, happy, radiant, Bob's cousin,
Ue stepped forward, and then paused and
looked at her blanJuy.
"Loa, Lou," he said, 'Ms it you? I
pected to find Miss Miss"--
'Somebody else," sine said quickly,
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" My daughter Mary was afflicted with scrof
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9TATK OF ILLINOIS, i
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Jacaa a A Up Iter, Ilamtil a Attorney.
Ketateof Daniel Ifoahcr. deceaaed.
The andereiaeed bavtnxbeea appointed adaCa-
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tealed rrotoaaJa wiil be received at :k my
cterk'a office, Itock la'and. Ill . unl.l & p. an. Fru-
raarv Sd, lrl. fur tbe l aiu&-t-f tLe t'tty At-a. Ir
butid.ag. ituaU-d at the wret end of "ba c:ty
limi a. The city reserve the r;bt tn rJ-ct any
anda:lbida. KutEitT KuEHLEK.
Kork Ilaad. 111.. January UJ. !!.
J. M, BUFORD,
i aad Fare and Ittaa-trSoe I
LOSSES PROMPTLY PAH).
John Volk & Co.,
'd as cf actarert of
a6h, Dn, Blindi. S;li"3g. Tlo:f.zg.
ani al! itiaJa of wood wore for bnnie
Elctteect au, Oct Ruri at.d F.--:ra ate..
USACQUACTTXD WITH THT CE03HATHT OT TEE CCITTTHT. WHJ. CBTAXB
MUCH VALUABLE XSrOUCATXCV FHCM A ST72T CT THIS UAF CT
TIIE CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAND & PACIFIC RAILWAY.
Including- main brancceu and extension East and Woat of too
Missouri Eiver. To Direct Route to and from Ctlcaaro, Jollet, Ottawa
Peoria, La Salle?, Moline, Rock Island. In ILUINOIS-Davenport, UoKaUna!
Ottumwa, Oekaloora, Dea Uoines,Wintrat, Audubon, Uanan. and Council
B1at n IOWA-Minriea.rolla and 6t Paul, in U I N NIOTA W aterto am
??.!l?JLJu.Fui ln J? A KOT A Cameron, fiu Joeph. and Kaaaa City, tn
MISSOUKI-Omaba, Fairtourr, and Neteon, tn NFBHA5HA Horton, ToWka,
Hutchinson, Wichita, Be.levnUe, AbUeoe CaldweiL ta KANSAS Pond
Creek, Kinirflaher, Port beno. In the INDIAN TERRITORT and Coloraoo
Bprtris, Denver, Pueblo, tn COLORAOO. FREB BcUninaT Chair Care to
and from ctucatro, CaJuweli, Hutchinson, and Dodra City, and Palace 61eep
lnT Cars between Cmcairo, Wichita, and Hutchlnaon. Traveraee new and
mreM f rich farming and arrazlzur lands, affording tbe best ractliuea
or lntcrcommuxi) cation to all towns aad cities eaet aad west, north wea
aad southwest of Chicago, and Pacific aod transoceanic Seaports.
MAGNIFICENT VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS,
Leading all competitors In splendor of equlptsect, cool, well ventilated . and
free from dust. Tbxouirb Coaches. Pullman Sleepers, FRK &cnninaT
Chair Cars, and (east of Missouri Kirer) Dining Cars DaUy between ChicaaTo
u w di t j vuiaua, viu rrea xaecuoinar woatr mmr to
California Eccuraions dally, wlta
VIA THE ALBERT LEA ROUTE,
So" 1 E rpra Tral ns dally betwaen Cbragr and Ifflnneapolls and Ft. Paul,
with THROUGH Reclining Chair Cars r&.E) to and froratrjosa polota
Kaneaa City. Through Chair Car and Sleeper ben ween peona, Spirit Lake,
and 6oux Fall a, yla Bock Island. Tba PaTortte Una to Pipestone, IV atari
5rwn BlouxFalla. and the Coaaar Banorts aad HasBcg aad rvahing-
ws vviuuv v tuv teuruiw
THE SHORT LINK VTA SENECA
travel between Cincinnati. Indianapolis, Lafayette, aad Council bluff a, St.
Joseph, Atcblson, Leaven worth, K-rae dry. Mlnnnspnna. aad St. Paul.
Por Tickets, Maps, Poldars. or deeured InformaUoav appty to aay Ticket
E. ST. JOHN.
Second Hand Goods
Baf, eeUa aad trades aay arucU. A ssedalty aaade ef JreaVy,
No. lCUSecoed Artsoe.
f v.'- .'H. M v - m 'r
Dr. S. E.
(Late of C:tciaaatl. Oiio.)
Has Permanently Located la
In the paat elfht anontba he baa aacceoafaUy
treated arare thaa
IJKM CAM EH
of Ue a&oat aevere character. BaarpadalUee are:
- Such caats at rfacumaliaoa. tuiiral
pis. scrofula. aiia,a, catanh. heart
disease, all kicks cf nervous diseases,
eollersy. cborea aad oerrous prostra
tiona. Ia fact all chronic or loax stand
Positively acd PcrxsDert!j Cured or
lty"Loe of Macbvd. Seia'ta! Weakaeaa. aad
Errora of Yoatb. MvUvcly act tmrmtmrMl
aVFoHMvelr caoe taken tbal ciatnat bo
eared. UorreMcaerc acoanaiid by c ha
alaape proopuy aaawcred.
C9ca atcCaonjS'a New Clock.
W. Tsd S'ett, bear Mais.
CHAS. R. WHEELAN,
Undertaking and limbalmint;
Dlmtck Block. o.Je. XrkSl Eock Ialaad.
fjarler parr?ae4 a con-j.lrte lite of Cao'ertak
lareooda. wna bearoe and a;-taan titK aad
Lav nt-c3re4tbearrioiof Mr. On. K. Bood,
'l Cajcaffn. aa atpert t jM-ral eirrctoe aad aa
oaiaserof tx yeara eaper I aa lui.y
prr-4 to raaractra aaurfac-tma.
. . laaarleaaS .aa.a. - - -
At . " ''eereliai..ra,.Vea
1 i .-rr. ttaal anrt
: .j r-- abwudiagit
.iv-"' t . 1 -:..
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I I'ilil L lUu,
CHOICB OF BOOTES to and from Salt
tea, ani baa rranctsco. Tba DIRECT
tattoo. Garden of tba Oods. the Ba&itark
AND KlHKirn f?aM aiMM
CIIICAOO. ILL. Ceil Ticket A rasa
Dealer la Sew aad