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"rti.- and alone.
rs.sWJ . ...i-Hi ritv's wall
ffi'tlZ ill b.-nthi., pall-
pWlb ami '' we murmured.
VJj'ouM have rlsKeu wum misu
. Vive W. "ft. "I"1 l"8
It !" sweet a spot!
-iailir" i. t leave so soon, we
:-,-n nn rlnok nr one small cot!
. hw"1".. . .i.,l.-r and the tierr
''rJ'- ... .! hr-erled not.
i'tionr.. hi Boston Transcript.
jBOGCS SI K HENRY.
.,,. Lock wood liad no bnst-
"". . . .,;ii tier, but lie really
fail 111 "
t ill aii't very pretty, ami
'to t.-ilk to, imd liefore lie
y"s't',1, ni-'!i' fn"" t,,e assembly
..f he '" ,trt'a" from the
''" - - - i;icnlr nmtror. TT
,. j.,,, -is st:iyin with the
(..mc". s'"' 'wn cowl
i;t rail II lie llKI'CI.
:i i x.ic:ivoi Ultimate
,;. . Ic l.i-t summer, in
.cc'of liii friends hml
iiite riirlit, his relations
.l.iiics liad leen rather
li is not calling on
, ;.-. he strollci! down the
,, In i.vf.i-t in a rather hap-
,j!.t to do something. Al
" . i ) i i.
(MIIC'l lOIUJ LUCK WU1KI,
very fir otT, and he really
tried, lie thought of this
, ;, ,, witli Mi-sVan Zandt, and
v. i- very agreeable to him, for
')!:. Van Z.indt was a very rich
...-riml 1 . v-r it wouldn't' be for
; (. ;:-. : ! tit then, J'OU know,
vev i Miivcuient und not to be
;v I'e I'.
2c IV :
-s V :n Zandt on a piazza,
-y ::id to see him, at least
U :e smiled in a way that
V that she meant it.
t:' you, Mr. Ixickwood,
a tornmeilown und see me," she
atr. v.v your own fault," Lock-
. -l I. a
nil.i'i' U- . uiiu.si-ii 1 II 1,
,rc:u:r. i r u jnu mve people in'
itiow they sometimes
itcwl will a l'oo:1 many thinp, but
I j.sft"'! tn care inucn aoout taiKinc
Iifkurkin liiscli iir and watched the
.'ujuirtl face tis she talked, and saw
afteiiiitness of her brown eyes and
m of Iit nwk us she moved her
Ht voice wa-s very odd, with pleas-
jaoiaiat'ons (mil droll inflections, and
Ic.tftu- ntmy ana cormal.
Ljawi iviiti ieieil whether she was
puis,- or tint, for she said to him:
,isai.H'"it ccrttiin 1 saw you lust year
bion. 1 know you must lie an Eng-
irxi very reasonable, as Lock-
t:irivrry lare, wit h a reat deal of
z l: I'.iep, and he had blue eyes and
i:ir, y.iu are very complimentary.
lluveiiever been abroad," he said.
.-mt-i so anxious to please him and
.Bijrtts that he liked to talk a boot
LuKiivo xl put her down either for a
iTsob.iii imimi in society very little and
i:?.u! turned by the attention she
I. or i l-e n yirl who merely made a
.. ii ml out a (rood deal more
' Lr t'fore the summer was over.
hrA.:t;r.f li i-.Tones rln llvthbWflV lif
&b her ninther iu mure ways than
5Httt a-y to throw them together.
I'k ::: a Uifiici.lt thiliir to do ut all.
'. a:;er a Herman which they had
ir-'tticr the same german. by the
r.as led by Archie Lehtnd and
f l-jiitiwaii-Junes Miss Van Zandt
Ler friend's room and began to
rry self sa:istied way and then
Vuiiu iier tears.
.j;:iia. rept him, my dear."
:ei: taey embraced and kissed one
-2d exehanaed mutual conji-
-tri'x: day brought comnlications.
flw.iawnll-J.mes lucked the door after
f-rtva stolen by taking Miss Van
''It" Ui-h -llish f:,lls on a picnic
:''".,' L t.,.vipod out.
! mieiiuw tiiiit started a row be-
hh-etwo. ;.:., finallv endwl in Ivlt.
' SJ.Iitt ItM a V tn Wtt-tinrt. nii.l M.ua
i-ioi. . mii ncrseir up xor a uay
, fi'itr. which hlieemerced pres-
i-;"'..uu.sly shiuiuir eves and
f.f.u--;.-. " '
I ' Cif atJuut it. ('.," smIiI Mia Acnin.
:. ' st.apjied the other, in any-
f - ,1r ail :iti;iil rxttf
' t'ulfv sorrv."
'yi.td tiiat a few days after
lii Junes looked verv tearful! v
it.:.ij an i they both smiled as they
"-at iiu u ftere perfectly horrid.
s lift, verv mneh iolrinir jilmnf.
:""3 if ti.e
.'lieu concerned were only
,f Lei .in! nml Corliss Tuckerman:
....w.v, nun u aiwKebiier
' ot n man, and he moped
mo at Newnort and Htnnkeil
CiLT.iret ten it, nm.lv ..il am.
I'irteii very (,f.en to write to her
.. i.er i,o xs Wrong; hut it was rery
and the half iinished notes
" ''"'"I " the waste basket or
Un the third day he found a note
It ,L. table, and ho looked at
r "Witii; sin! ti ,i u i
HO mistake- (I.O Tinto frm
ii?jH!: Jo,les- IIe opened it, read
I-ockwood." ran the note. "I
am you will ttink of me for
"L waV' for goodness
suVh Xt AUeie; but 1 would like
SJiae if JOU corae ntlvisitus
ijij " J'l,u can manage It, come
. Iy0rd F'tzDoodleorsome-
"dttV"1. s"u Iuaj" Puear l our
r.ii,i u,".v- tome down and see
VWr-. a k;'u ' very well what I mean,
nut e 'ue once, and pcrhupi my
soodV . , wl"worK.--
ta ' , ' e'A vrk. Of course it was
in', i-Kwood knew some news-
hSDl!.U'uat,:lT tb' tbefollowinR
,Vi4iv,l m t .. x- vt
w!? rtordshire' of London, ar.
PS7ZTon theServia, and after
prooeea i Iue Murray Hill hotel
""mediately to Lenox, whers
" niiTiniiuuiri m particular was
delighted wit h the catch she had made. A
real live E lglish baronet, whom her
daughter ha met in Tuxedo last year, was
coming to vh it her. It was a feather in
her cap. At d when "Sir Henry Barford
shire" made ais appearance one evening in
his traveling suit of tweeds, accompanied
by two men servants and innumerable hat
boxes, bundles of very English walking
sticks and two huge dogs, she was gracious
She thonglt he was awfully nice and ad
mired his hiifie pair of reddish brown whisk
ers, and wondered if all English baronets
wore such hnge blue glasses and spoke in
such muffled tones. She asked him about
it and he reir arked:
"Aw, yaas, vewy gweat bore, you know,
vewy these ulawses! Eyes weak and nil
that sort o' thing. These Amewican rail
ways of yoors, you know, vewy twying
dust and all hat sort o' thing. Chawm
ing np here, l hough; awfully pretty place."
And the ba -onet made haste to get np
into his room as soon as possible, for he
thought a certain girl had eyed him rather
sharply as he jumped from his trap to the
ground and v alked up the piazza steps.
"Could shn have guessed so soou," he
muttered to himself. !Gad! I mustn't
overact. But how awfully pale she looked.
I was a brut to force her in to thatquarrel.
How Miss As duwall-Jonesdid laugh when
that infernal puij of hers barked around
me and seemed to know nie."
Lockwood's troubles had only beeun
though. Vii3n he weut down for dinner
that uiirht he found himself seated next to
Adele Van Zandt.
"How I lov.) England," she said.
"Keally," he replied in a shaky tone
which was muffled and husky. He feared
every moraei t she would recognize his
voice. His e .-es wandered across the table
to Miss Aspiiiwall-Jones, wno was eating
her salad composedly and with the most
demure nir in the world.
"I think 1 saw you there several times,
although I didn't meet you."
"Do you stay in England very much?"
"All the time that is, you understand,
when I am net away. Gweat many Ame
wicans in Lot dou when I left."
"Did you happen to meet a Mrs. Van
Rensslaer there last year?"
"Yaas vewy chawming woman, hand
some and all I hat, don't you know."
"Oh, how very nicel She is in Lenox,
and you must see her. I'ltask Mrs. Aspiu-wall-Jones
to have her here for dinner to
morrow. Oh, come to think of it, she wiil
lie here tonigl t at the dance, and I'll be
sure that you see her. How delighted you
will be to mee; an old friend."
Lockwood thought he would be delight
ed, but he di lu't say so. He knew Mrs.
Van Reusslat r, to' be sure, and he knew
her for a very clever woman.
She had kuc wn him ever since he was a
small boy, anil he could never hope to de
ceive her so w ill as these people whom -he
had just met that summer. And he has
tened to say that after all he wasn't quite
sure; be niets many Americans hecouldi t
possibly remember them all, and really he
wouldn't care to trouble Miss Van Zandt;
he t hought he could get along very well
without bothering her to hunt np people
for him to tali; to.
His long betrd began to trouble him and
he had narrow escapes from pouring soup
down his shirt front instead of his mouth,
and the wires where it was fastened to his
face hurt his ears; he was very hot and al
together the dinner was the longest he
ever weut thn ngh.
"Oh, Sir Henry," said his fair neighbor
presently, "wl at an awful pretty rinr.,"
and she looke 1 toward his left hand at a
Lockwood thought she lingered on the
"Sir Henry" with tantalizing emphasis;
he looked up quickly and then cursed his
stupidity for h aving that ring on.
"I had a friend this summer who had
one exactly like it. How very odd!"
"Very!" commented Lockwood, groan
ing inwardly. "The deuce!" he muttered.
"Hhe doesn't si -em to be feeling very sadly
about this matter. One would think from
that letter of Angelica's that she was near
ly dead with g:-ief I wish I were well out
lie had a su picion that one side of his
beard was slipping down, and with a flimsy
excuse be left t he table hurriedly.
"Your Englishman is a great bear and
very rude," soi i Miss Van Zandt to Mrs.
Aspinwall-Jon ts presently.
"You mustn't judge him too off hand,"
was the reply, "I have looked him up in
the 'peerage,' i nd he comes from one of
the swellest old families in England. I am
very sorry that you do not like him."
That evening at the dance it was noticed
that Sir Henry was very retiring and cared
very Aittle aboi t meeting people, and when
Miss Van Zantit brought him up to Mrs.
Van llensalaer and said she would Und in
him an old friend, she merely laughed and
lugged the sup osed Englishman off into
the inclosed piiizza.
"What are y )u trying to do, yon absurd
boy?" she said, tugging at his beard.
"Don'tl Stojil Let me alouel What do
you mean?" Lockwood was horrified.
But she saiti she knew him from the
minute he walked across the floor, and she
made him tell ber the whole story and
gave him some good advice, which he fol
lowed at once, for Miss Van Zandt was
soon out on the piazza in place of Mrs. Vac
"There were once two people who loved
each other ve-y much," be said, "but
they bad a foolish quarrel, at the bottom
of which was a scheming woman who
wanted to do tl e man a wrong in revenge
for a wrong sin thought he had done her.
And the girl as very angry and listened
to this woman, and the man went away
and resolved to keep, away. Now, suppose
the man was very sorry, and said bo, what
do you suppose the girl would say to him?"
It was not Sir Henry Barfordshire speak
ing now, but young Lockwood, and the
English drawl had changed it some way to
a voice Adele Van Zandt knew well" and
had beard before. ,
"If she was n very nice girl and really
loved the maa, I think she would tell him
not to go away igain why, what are you
doing? what a horrid brown, nasty falsa
beard. Oh. you foolish boy! I knew you
all the time."
And two item were printed in New York
the next day. "Hit Henry Barfordshire has
been called back to England by illness in
bis family," wn one of them, and "Mr.
George Lock wo ad has returned to Lenox,
after a brief si ay in Newport," was an
other. And when Viss Aspinwall-Jones saw
them and read them she smiled. Boston
o. a . k;Alanlt TMnlr of it-on
DIUUCHb W itniiitin.
the 20th of Julr, when the thermometer
was a bundrtd I a tne snaue, my wniur acuv
v:. i. :n - . n.m,ta I had frat the
U1V U1B U1U ftVl . - "
past couple of w inters, and expected me to
pay. . ice jurar ,. i, hi "w - -tray.1iegent
There is a theory that finds
indorsement in some medical
quarters, that general epide
mics are caused by the earth,
while circling through the re
alms of space coming in con
tact with Star Dust. The at
mosphere is thus filled with mi
nut g-rms that effect every
one unpleasantly. The idea is
probably more fanc;ful than
real. But it shows that most
of these epidemics reach the
human system throu.h he re
spiratory organs and that if we
would preser e perfect health
we must see that the luDgs ar
properly rotected Kei.i's
German Cough and Kidney
Cure will cnard th svstm
against any poison grrms from
this fource. At th r ighteet
ppfaraneof darger take a
dose and wad off the attack
For Sileby all druggists tt 25
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SKI it . .4 - -.
t 1 ark. a&T.r.--
xec utor's n otic s
Estate of Joha Heittmso, Deceased. '
Tr.e aod-rirned haviss boon appointed exec
ntrixuf (be laat will aid testament of Jobn
Heitiman, late of the eoont; of Rock If land, atate
of lllinuia, deceased, hereby givea notice that abe
will appear before tbe county cosH of Rock Island
county, at the office of b. clerk of (aid court, in
tbe city of Rock island, at tbe Janoary term, on
tbe first Monday in January next, at wbicb time
all persons having claims asainet said estate are
notified and requeued to attend, for tha purpose
of having tbe same adjusted, all persona in
debted to said eatite arc requested to make im
mediate payment to the undersigned.
Dated ibis 13th day of November, A. D. 1991.
CHARLOTTE HE1TTMAN. Executrix.
Estate of Daniel O'Brien. Deceased.
The anderaigned, baring been appointed ex
ecutor of the last will and testament of Daniel
O' Brien.late of the county of Rock Island, state of
Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice that he will
appeat before the county court of Hock island
county, at the office of the clerk of said court, in
tbe city cf Rock Island, atthe January term, on
tbe First Monday in January next, at which time
all person 8 having claims against said estate are
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to said estate are requested to make immediate
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Dated this 11th day of November. A. D.. 1(01.
, DAVID BROWN, Executor.
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M J. Young, agent, '
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Shop Nineteentli St., bet. First and Second Avecue,
General Jobbing and Repairing promptly dene.
Eig73econd Hand Machinery bought, sold and repaired.
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Fall and Winter Stock
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IS-Call and Examine.
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Shop corner Twenty-second street snd Klnth avenne. Kestdencs 99it
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Proprietor of taefBrsdj Street
- Ail Unas ef Cut Flowers orrostactly on hand.
Oieea Houses-. Flower Store
Oos block aorth of Csntrsl Par, the largest la Is. 804 Brady street. DavensJKrt,loww.
C. J. W. SCHlaIlfaSB.
Contractor and. Builder,
1121 snd 1128 Fourth avenue. BeeJdence 1119 Fonrtli sventie.
Plans sad specifications furnisnsd on so elsrses of work : also agent of Wilier' Patent tjteide
bUding Blinds, something sew, stylish and deelrable.
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'. E0E6E SCILiTEB, Proprietor. - ' .
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The choicest Wines, Liquors. Beer and Clears always on Hand
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