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THE ABGUB, TUESDAY. OCTOBEli 20, 1891.
....rlockin the tall tower ol
l!""- . i Ion" iice tolleJ outU18
VJtrte l.rilliantly lifted
' , the Traveler's club presented
! 0 ,. to the gloom of the sur
.contr a ,ittle 1(tter tne
,,'i,h-l the other lamps, th
-3ieCoki" room -till burned
. mrne-l railiatice.
,nl!in",CT ,in7.Pn men were
a ,.,! (he k-reat fireplace in pos
"i L than eleuaiit, and
p""" " with hre.-.thk-ss interest to
k lfni awkwardly against
f J'0V'reTl"nist in the pockets ol
hnniB"" i I.:. ii-
1 . . .... triin-iers. niiu
trouper iuiu "
fm:i'--"r, ,. .; i.hind him. He
, ir'ts not a u.iii" , -
- . -;iression of m.mliness in
ra . ... i oC....i-estionof strength
' i .h.nilcU-rs ami chest that
t attract and charm one.
"' inie ni')nieiit noth.ng was hear.)
'frl,p cnu-klin:,' "f 'he pine los upon
J,h Then out from t lie depths ol
rai i . . i.
' t n-ip in Hi t cuiue me re-
.i...t l.ivf wt.nrv nf vnura was
ii v. aim """I -
nf JO It' ,MJ
'.jjrly look""' up IlJ smiled.
i. ilnr fellow, lie imiKiiuiij
V , nttn life has
.... .1..1111 nf romance
f of tli.it." resounded from all sides.
if vou really want a lore story I'll
ti 1 " . ;.,;..! I
rrll OUr seCOIHl 111 IIU, uc uuiaucu, f
, mindful of the interruDtion:
KnlwRS in Geneva some weeks ago
jjHiUmtjuniiitance and fellow tour
HcraM grew quite couuueuuai ovei
n,i riimnri aiierwani.
L . i n-itt hKi much abftftrbed in the
of rei-ol lections which our meeting
J ap to notice his reserve, but I soon
fifcit something was weighing upon
laai Curious to tina out wnat it was.
drains witn niyseu as 10 wnetner
l.js:i siek to auout It or not,
dcni suddenly looKea up. 110 Razetl
.come hesitation for a little while.
r innerly, I know well that 1 can relj
: wur judtftiient, and 1 want your ad-
'1 an, in.iiu tit t.11 lnn vnv tttnrx- nnH
r, 1 .ii f.' n j j J ,
..1- 1 1 .1 m
ht tou to wei(;u an tue iuuls careiuiiy.
t lifn teli me what you would do, if you
Yin niy place, w 111 iur
i'ur 1 few seconds thoutrht. I an
Vyi There was a short pause.
zwhu-h the count paffed furiously
tU ai::ir, and then he liecan
I Not imiir ago I was tramping in the
L.-.nrw.ii,l mountains, and toward
t:ini! fuuad myself at ErlnchaD, which
Whilst the precipitous side of the
itiinerlierg. The approach to it Is
run! sieeo. and 1 was well nicb. ei-
:sred wiib my climbing, for I had made
t ;as:e to reach the village before dark-
!"!r or;i therefore, with A frrAtflll iipnA
mat I entered tne warm inn, and,
,ffin" jlsuIi- niv kriRnctRrk nnd tvlr. el
f'c'oihe supper which was soon ready
! "lly jiirasure. however, was of short
k-3!,.iD, fi.r hardly had I gotten warm
.b.'i'iiu to (imiease my hunger, when n.
tuact entered the room and asked hur-
:ly fcr tiie Herr Doctor.
"He left for Auvercrne this vprv Rfr.r.
Lid, said the innkeeper, 'but, dear heav-
tie xcla::neil in Kitrpri.se, as be saw
Mi totter and almost fall, 'what is
I "Tee tieolile at Sena Julia fullAn
Liwr.li t:ie liniiue,' but nature, so long
p.rsiwi: I tne mans force or will, bt-ra
ffteil it-elf, and he sank heavily into a
"G hp is dead: ves. dead!' rinirn.
W the terrified landlord.
I "'Kiwi! Nonsense! He has fsintd
risaw that it was merelv a swoon. Hnt
r:erii tins Sena Julia?'
"Stua Julia Whv. it !
f-.a fnun here, over the tnonntjiin nH
tptas wtll be a thousand such anight
"'Xevtrthele-iS. there ia I,,, nn KTn,.
unit mat immediately.
aiw tiiat is?
"To pi M once.' I renlied decisivelv
I'tie bright little inn. and Kiirhinir I
rw 'at bines and ale which t.lm lMT,Hlj,fil
pi: out ua the table. But vou know.
i-'ir Ann, rlv. that. I fir, irhil 1
to without any delay, and so, without
-'re ai.n, I lwau tQ don nv Wll aarl
rWnifS the lamllnrd mcgnsl,ns nr;nn
Io,,(l arid other nppHuuiriMi in
ltoVfrtl; fill (.f tliP Si-t.r .l,-
torn Sit., ...
Mr it will ) nuaw.a .,.,,..i
companion. 'You wUl never
.7D c,,n"'l hamlet alive.'
Lf-'is up my little pocket lantern,
Mlt of which w I.... ......l;l i
" us . erful reflector, I stepped out
'.yV!i!rii,''rT" 'DlMe' mutterei
1 wad t.,.,-.. r
laid (,r. '"'Keiituai awiui nignt,"
t7. !' "' look- uether the result of
if , clllauti or of sorrowful recol-
. ivucuiuc riUK us
ma tl 1. 1 f nnnlnnatl
It 01m-!T. I 1 , 0 .
5t.it . :. J 3 oaa enect on me to
tua,-tha'-l-ee, that damnable
He Wnite,! - A ...
KHanki. , "louieni,, ana men, as 1
w nothing he resumed his tale:
rir ;r my Jouey la easy; to de-
W b an en, ;rnf, .Pi But
10 mas th. . 'mn8. Kooa or bad,
cue tnTY' aDd " !t PTOTed
.!,easant- For o udden I
L' 1 "ere walk , mea nd teeling a
Iok!r, ""'"air, ana so 1 waa.
trth l,,lUlCklyat the 8round
reaii-JT , - w". oeneatu my feet,
T nttutio " 7 " a now desperate
, Kuaci 6hontj.H , .
' H IBUIUIIUG, "
6D.ailt4.rt ,V, t
biH fist ir ----k srrrf
witha f,. , .r UOWI upon
ar! tk. - wuich made the glasses mttl
'MlTn ' " lY neighboring Ublea
, -"iii curiniii.ltr
f til?' bas'b to fiU his order.
asm,aran of the excited count
"ft he ' ffrocio"s- Then realizing
cW.ii, 1,e "led down Into his
y r' and muttered sndlv: "Mt
"IC 17i.ttiJ . .. . - "
E"t it'di,'1'! il WM never eoing to end.
,c1 1 was w0Cl;ack oa the bed. a tumble,
tk;.: CD 1 oneno,!
' 6pt I
, aim muttered sadly: "My
K' tting in a sad condition; yes,
-'!, where was If Oh. in the
1Eig bri-i .1 a ,my ere the sun vai
r vy on uiiiim wsar-TTi
Cm. fwnber nothing, but
iOK onl a !a a da2ed rt of a way,
' "harp pain were dart
ing a p and down my side, and that I waa
"I started to rise, but couldn't, for it
gave me such pain that for a moment 1
thought I would faint. So, making the
ra " matter, 1 lay oack again and
set my wits to work to discover where I
a. T . '
x was very bi.m or one thing; I was
on ma grounu. Have you ever lain upon
the g-ound for several hours with a broken
legr rol Itjsn't -very pleasant Pretty
"""" . reraemoer a little about
my night's adventure, and then it all
came back to me.
"Well. I was not dead surely. That was
""" fiiwiimiuD, ana so, openiug my
suapKsvK, ihik. out my Drandy flask.
After takinsr a dtvn lr.f 1 r.,i. s i
erably revived, and next fished out of my
bag a confused mass of cold chicken, rye
wicnu ami BttUMHices.
'I liad iust betfnri mv mul n-1, nn t 1 a
a von calling me from behind. HeavensI
could I never finish a meal in peace?
"'An you hurt, sir!" asked somebody
" 'C h, no;just a broken back and a rib
r iwj gone,- 1 answered savagely. And
then curiosity got the better of me and I
looKfri up and saw"
But you should have, seen her! Tall,
grace :ui, elegant, handsome, mae"
'ok here- Alburg, if you think I will
ucuete everytning you tell me you are
mucn mistaken. A lonely mountain.
broken lee. all rioht- ht ti,.
girl is putting it just a little strong, isn't
"Dc n't interrupt," said the count in
very dignified way. 'You may imagine
" waa miner startlea; and to tell the
truth I was somewhat embarrassed at the
teaay iook 01 tnose beautiful"
"Leave ont the ariWtfvixi
"Ttose gray eyes; but you should have
wni 010 woDuenni
"If you Dlease. Albun? .-
"Tie softness of her voice as she knelt
aown Dy my side and said, 'Can I not helu
1 then inv v&Iap nno. n 1. .... .1 t
made reply, hastily putting ny brandy
uoou I UK ui CllllU
Ol. Ves.' audi A Vim m r awnv nnt
- - " " ' , MUIJ w
return in a few moments with her pretty
i mtu uer nat nuea witn clear spring
gave me some to drink, and when I had
quenciied my thirst bathed my head, which
was rraiijr acmng cerriDiy. '
'And then she told nm hnw cia ma
going to Erlacheu for the doctor, as the
man w ho had trnriA luwt. n ( ..I. t v. .1 nn-
t u'suw u(m uwm IT"
turned, poor fellow, and how she had seen
me tying mere ana naa come to my aid."
TM r-. -r . .
iicu yuu cume irom oena j aiiaf
"It Was m V ttim t.riAn r tall 1.a 9
4 - - Wil ULk wv 1UO
occurrances of the past night, and when I
had fii.ished this and we had made a lunch
on tne poor remains of my breakfast,
lelt so much recovered that I was able to
hobble slowly along with the assistance of
"That was her name, she told me."
"An 1 how about the broken leg?"
"Oh. I fnrcrnf. Tt. was nr.t l.nLon
all, but only sprained, and though it gave
me much trouble, still Marsa helped me.
aim ' '
"My leg did hurt me ouito a littla at
a & 1 . ... .
limit. IHll. W II n T l-Pn 11 MTl r imIb U-O h,H imnA
a ffOnd dlRtAnpA h,n anHlanltr (ha . . n , U
made a sharp bend to one side and widened
out. a were in sena J una.
"It Was as if all life hmi inilrlenU Ho.
panea irom tne place, and my ears were on
uie aiert to eaten any souuu 01 joy or note
(uweitome. none came, nowever. Spell
bound we stood and watched the melan
' All at once loud groans came from a
ueignrjorinff cottaae. and then pniwi n.nri
shouts of delirious laughter. It seemed as
11 Deal am, held In abeyance by the lack of
aonnd. hatL. broken loose. From everv
house there issued strange noises, as of
souls struggling with their death agonies.
peals of laughter and curses, till the air
waa rent with the horror of the plague and
filled with the infection of the pestilence.
"Never did I work as I did in those few
awful days which followed. Their memory
I can never efface from my mind, for even
now I often wake out of a deep sleep with
nrRnirAt.inn Rtjirtlnir uf. wrt tmM ntnv.
ing agt.in in fancy the suffering of those
"Marsa showed treat conraee. and soon
develoted into an ideal nurse, dreading
nottunj;, constantly by my Bide, minister
ing to t he many wants of the diseased with
all the tenderness of a true woman. Shrink
ing fro n no danger of contagion, she never
once fa led in consoling and giving rest.
"And then came a time which I can
never recall without trembling, for Marsa
herself was Etricken at last and for, days
ber lifn was in the balance. Many and
many a time I despaired of her life, bnt
her constitution, though wasted by the
rnvnitH nf diRAUBA flnnllv fYirtntmrerl nnrl
I had the pleasure of seeing her daily grow
1 1 1 . L . . I , . ,
more soroug nou ueaiLmui, nuu uot long
af tr W4 vera able to leave the diurnal wn
of sickness, for help had begun to arrive
from tie surrounding villages as soon as
the new a of the pestilence had spread.
"We were married here at Geneva some
days a(,-o; and now, Annerly, comes the
reason I have told you this btory.
My mother, with ber ridiculous no-
son for this mesalliance, as she would call
it. ne was earnestly looamg iorwara to
my union with the Princess Elsa; in
fact, it has been her chief hope for many
years mist. As vet she knows nothing of
Marsa, for I have written her nothing.
She arrives tomorrow morning. 1 tele
graphed ber. Annerly, have I acted
Hera Annerly took bis nanas irom ft is
A . . L-... wK.nl t ho It a it
liTUUBCni nMM, " J '
mained during the relation of the story,
and calmly lit a cigarette.
"Well, snouted a young guardsman 01
the group, "what did you tell him?"
"Notl ing," said Anneny.
"Whv. my dear fellow, what would you
have told him; that he had done right?"
"Of course I would," rejoinea me otner
As ec 10 of assent went around the little
Throving away his cigarette Annerly
put on his hat, walked over to the door,
hesitate 1 and then said.
"Gentlemen, my little ruse worked bet
ter than I knew. In London the Graf von
Alburg ngured nnder the more romantiu
title of Tom Annerly. My wife, Mrs.
Marsa i.nnerly. looks forward with much
pleasure to her first ball tomorrow mgiit,
and I shall take great pleasure in introduc
ing you alL" . 1
The duor closed, tne boudu uu.
steps di d slowly away, and the little group
regarded one another in silence.
"By J vel" murmured the little guards- j
man. 1 Mton Globe.
Veterinary sPFctnn; c?issi!2psi
For Eorsea, Cattle. Shsm. Loirs. Earfs. ,treet- y"k H- "en. 7
awn wm v
80 Pace Itoek Treatamt af Aalataia
Ta" I RiTJ-T'SP'f J"a-at1
A.A.)Maal MeBl.B-itis,Milk Fever.
" Grab, W r.
J.li.-l)tMi.,f DiieMlM, Paraly.la,
(Stable rH, With SiarHIn
J.. i,'-?r"1.arT Cur 2" d Medicatoiv gT.Ort
,mrv VII, a l,Utf
Sold by DroeeUts; or Sent Prepaid anywhere
and in any quantity on Beceipt of Price.
HTJMPHHETS' MEDIOIBTB CO,
Oorner William and John Bl., jg York.
.ft06' Vital Weakness,
nou my DRTjoacmi, qrsont postpaid on recdDt
of prtofc-HUMPHRtYS- MEDICINE CO .
Oor. WUilam and John Ets, H. Y.
fa AWTHRHCITE COAL. I I J A L. -1
C. O. D.
221 and 223
Al. Laundry Work done on short notice.
A specialty of Dress Skirts.
Prices as Low as the Lowest.
No. 1724 THIRD AVE
A. M. & Li. J. PARKER,
tVFlrst-class work and special stteitlon to
BIXO TS UP,
Telephone No. 1214
For sale bj all ant-clasa Grocery dealers.
ki A panp ilet of Information and ab-V K
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J X. 31 Brmalwar. f
W. C. MAUCKER,
Eaylag parchased the
Property which he has had refitted for the ka
tal basineas, is sow prepared to accom
modate transient guests.
Dav and Regular Boarding
at yery reasonable prices.
He is also engaged la the
at the sama place with a choice lot of Groceries.
Farm produce a specialty.
Council Biatla Minneao-1
t DT Express f
Kansas City Day Express. ..
Council Bluffs Muineao-1
U Express I
OouncU Bluffs A Denver
Limited Vestibule Ex.. (
AUantic Accommodation . .
tOolrig eat. epaUy.
4:Sam 1 :00 am
B:S0 am 11:16 pm
10 88 pm 4 :M am
8-30 am 8:15 pm
I willN. RUPTK-O, B. A H. RAIL-
J. Yonnj. aVent. "a Dentn
St. Loais Bxurcsa
St. Paul Expreas
Bearriftown Pasaenfrer. ..
JEay Erelht (Monmouth) .
Way Freight (Sterling)...
I 7:35 pm
s :bo pm
I 6:46 am
i :os am
10: SB am
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way Racine A Southwestern Division lle-
DOt TWeiltifth iIm.1 H... vi . .. .
. i n iir if i """"" 1 ana oecona
svenne. E. p. W. Holmes, agent.
Mall mil ..
St. Paul Erpn
rt A- Accommodation.
ROCK ISLAND PEORIA R A IL W AT D B
Pot First avenna and Tnii.tii d
H. Rockwell, Agent.
Faat Mall Expruas
4 :00 pm j
MOST DIRECT ROUTE TO THE
East. South and Southeast
Ly. Rock Ieiana
Ct mi ridge
!1 :135 am
8 57 pm
1 :15 pml 9:15 pm
3:45 i ml 4:30 pm
4-00 nm 12-nK n't
:50 pm l0:00pm
At. Rock Inland-.
Accommodatinr. t rain. Is. v. linrV im-m-A .
o.uua. m. ana o.4sp. m: smve at Peoria 1:45d
m. and 3:30 a m. 1 eave Peojia :C0 a. m. 'and
7:15 p. m; arrive Bock Island 4 :C0 n. m and: 3:05
.! " ""J iCiLOUIinT.
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Through ticket 10 all points; baggage cnecked
tTimncrh In Jmlinalln.
10 30 am
a 41 pm
H. B. SUDLOW,
.... 6.90 in llJDmn
.... 7.00 sn 1.45pm
l t w am' s.uii pm
Qen'l Tkt. Agent
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C ST. JOHN, JOHN SEBASTIAN.
Cert Villager. . GsrtTttPamAt.
. CHiOsV.A JUL
-F-V II- 'X. r
X XX SI X
-AW i 1 V
I am latden vUl? fam
10 lancLs across
I carry swee hope
Wit), Caita (laus
As a caruo
Fcl dear as can be.
tAd.de only by
A5K YOUR GROCER FOR IT
Successor to Adamson & Riiick,
Rock Island. 111.
Shop Nineteenth St., bet. First and Second Avenne,
General Jobbing and Repairing promptly done.
t3gT"8econd Hand Machinery bonght, sold and repaired.
H. SIEMON to SON,
Baxter Banner Cooking and Heatinc Stores and the Genes eo Cooking Storm
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Work.
1508 SECOND AVE.. ROCK ISLAND, Ula.
Steam Cracker Bakery,
auaiavinaaa VI WjaabAVaM aVKJI SUAlCllTZl.
Aak jour Grocer for them. They are beet.
W aVeolaltleai Tne Christy "OTITM" tad Use Christy "WATXaV"
HOCK ISLAND. SX.
SEIVERS cfc ANDERSON,
Contractors and Bu.ild.cro,
U KXSDI 0 OAJRPXaTTXS WOSX Don.
OsBoa and Skop 141 Tortrtk ATeane,
rocx esLaVkd "-y-
Fall and Winter Stock
-OF GOODS BECEIV.ED BY-
l"CaU and Examine.
Open for the Season,
(MoimA) joe Huber's Garden,
A msfniflcent place for picnics, parties, etc.
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
Shop corner Twenty-Second street end Nrnth ATenne.
prepared to make estimate and do all kind, of Carpenter work. Oiy, hba a trlaX
rroprletor of taa Brady Street
I All kind. Af Ont V1AW.M n.,f,nll. k.l
Oreen Houses ritnrtr Btora
One block north of Central Park, th, largest la la. sot Brady Street, DareaporMewi
C. T. W. SCHBEINEB,
Contractor and Builder,
1121 and 1121 Fourth svenne. Becidenca 111 Foarta syeno.
Plans and tpecificatkns fnrntabed on sll classes of work ; also eptrt of WOler1! PaUnt kfida
eUding Blinds, ometblcg new, stylish and desirable.
BOCK ISIJtKS. JLU
GE0EGE 8CH1FEE, Proprietor.
1801 Becoad Ayeaie. Corner of Sixteenth Btree . Onrjortt Ham..
The choicest Wines, Liquors; Beer and Curare always on Hand
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