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im Infrltincy &ktelle, the elest, hlad been
s with a poor 0t0Cr)ud (rpritpd
~ iP had S:watched hs inefectual heknw
d`s h dieas be desiredt i
Alte h t, ambition, and as
in or d mera h.became .her most a
hi id Jge derdrred I No Iaugh
a seem ro eoitoae the attention of
a psallejis $olit-r the. littaiianey iast
"i iano s ue chaiold, she "ltnedtto her
S omSman o d obeyed them ilm-.
Be surroun deder with gay company; he
didl ever thing that wealth or tasee could I
suggest to win her away trot her boy lover.
but though she. atterd n oaomrpl.fit, he knew t
that she id enot dorget. t
At last he died. 1e did not bind her with
any promises, . Perhaps in death his eyes
disovered that It neelds more than wealth to
After ber breavement, Rupert Kingtland
eatime to her again.
"Estelle, my loyt," I e said, passi6nately,
f may seem wrong to you for me to come to '
yo- , now he is gone, when I -know how
mach he was opposed to aie but, darling, l
you are i trouble; and amuset comfortI
She iid not Chide-him. She believed her
hlithe must have relented, or else he would
have epon and forbidden and to reecive w
him aimr his death. the w pnsd ut obbe&
em hist beoc like a chil d.
"Ruapserlt," abe returned, ` you hd o for- sa
aSn qanow, IshonId ldeeua be desopte.
"And ia'#ofl& eyer W1i: k40 e 'e g
QeaeDlatedsh:apetuously.-l-Ct*" i fstyfo ti
that I must forever be debarw d from you i"
"Don't speak fo Sercely; Rupert," she th
pledtk "No oane stands between as now." -
. "Tes. poverty stands betweena us his eover
did," he replied. "Never will I takrldran- yd'
tieotahis decease to step unworthily where sa
be torbide sme. It I ever- -iod elitain my hal
wish of beceming a grest and famsos phy- ta
ioloeMV Estelle, then would I i proud to haj
come to You. Me
"Where would you g to become a doeo
"I wuld study in England, Frasne and
GesraPsny," was his eager respone,
"To be a coammon-paee phbyi would
net satisfy me. I must be th equal of the
For a moment she was silent,
"Egpert," she observed, presently, "the
way is open for you at last. M)yraney is
left untouced. In no way would ts usem
eIir+ mse alah m joy uaso .a I ~~ twas
lugn you to obtaim n your Ivied str.. . You
small Ai to England Frane and Germany..
Only return to:me as pure as you leaI vme.n'
For a time he opposed such a snigetnle:
He could not acept her nmoney. But in pro
petion to his unwillingness to eceelve, be
same her eagerness to bestow.
At last he consented. He would onlycon
aiderita loan, to be repaid at some fbture
day. He would send to her as a banker, for
what he required, and remain away some
ur oerve years.
ar slster was much opposed to it when
iformed of what Rstelle propoeeJ to do.
"You are exceedingly unwise, istelle,"
soy said angrily, "to draw; "our copltal 4tohI
gvto hi. ldonbt his goodness-f o8ubt
otle• rM as wounded but not discouraged.
She maade b'fja present of a very handsome
ldWatch ad ain, and .doney enough to
A R expenses ineldental to his jouraey t
nrst admitta ace t a medical -school.
Then -e was to write to her, and she would
send hiim more. a
Histwo years .were spent in England, and
he receIved moeyS from her every quarter.
He Ihil In style, even lu Ixury; surrounded
himself with everything he could wish for
sad thlrgbhbhe thoughi he must be eatramv- g
gant in his habits, she made no Ilquiries, no A
filr iter married and-went to California, ,
Ind Estelle was left to watch and wait the
till remainitg tlir4 years of bis absenes.
He went to Germany. He remained two ea
years longer. Thelast year of his proposed
absence, he wrote to Estelle thus:
"My lore +I do not know how to say what.
ij~i. My ave years have nearly expired.
I bU9l lam nearut thý goal, which, save
for thiagidaaes Yryour tfre and noble
heart, I never shouldat hopld E to attain,
so muca, my peor, kite bi'eflyl, thLw i am
Babdy ta dtp er , give up: . rfti
d of Hi"tin ..n .;
16 you. 1hat I resttulanyselt ".1 wbhto Ve
are rain I dos rtors. Oh, I( uo.
aobe ru i ere sa Io he ý .
taegsa yelrs 'e - -T'
s*r p heim was 'apai.
.$4?e ,sshge , n holy Pr t saes
t . hesrasot
r her f herr
ity el4 a y
o-lher wpdepthe .h t
r cady ge d I Mt ,-rn
8In e e thamle ot p tame n, . -
ated to cIatl, ad his gth edis -ii)
merlean da coynsa by
upon he ig s e aMi rar tt,';
ir e l nl ndtert bishe h de a ,ail
would soou be up. " sa, Yi
sh- I antenoemt aeweth i sio
of her haen a wethe ta m i d
tchanged. think clu
gThea ii asl two eay uiet hse
She knew the nmme ofdi tl thic.ket
was to sal, t and waed the shlor, sad a
hWO e -me not.
endless. days g. by. .
She wae s full of'pae am oye ail ai
pin . she was m ao ehnteThe O k.ewm mis
langel. Be that iastit e sta=i-h. art won
Inthe por pineou tht.oe! hae e tiUne lad
ou dShe heard bwhent te ta i e
Tohe aonl co eme n the n one d pa. ngt thefrem
ray camt ons d toe addt, anther ,i` wa
ahe came not
elshe w sth name amongotiharrivals, wb a
hs be sick.- `fi was temptesta~ go dow ag
Ssee, when igentleman called popn her.
"I have eoon your turiend, Doeothi
land, io the city,'"hbe said. :te a8o14 0o49.
inform you that he had bnda somn sones
r The annouacement touk oneagfr ,tne
her heart only to, add another. Is; vws
e welR-She thanked. God for that, buit cquld.
she have been within twenly mBles cif bS
for a weet, without sending kits-some se -
That was all the reproach she ,llloweid her
gentle heart to make,: while she frned a
thodsand exeaseaforhisctruel nj)ect.
Two *dits went past, and the anumbited
three. Then a note came wbhich 0inumaeed
"Msy dear frien4, I feel as If I cansay to
ydW, through a note. thAt whic , wish to
say, bettor than face to face. Eitlle, yqu
have been my best friend, my goeod himarl.
tan, and I am sure yop w w aeloalt my
happtnees~ I was in arried lest night to Miss
Morse. You remember her. A yaoung lady
of wealth, beiuty and good positsio in sooie
d She read "no msre- S ome one t Bae.a
Joining roond herda t evl y fall.*d
in. T'hey . otau her ea the dr. ~aren
tlyread. They picked her up.~Ms4et for
a physlcian. .
"A severe ahock," wasn hl
"She is dying of the ett~ d-aease. .
She became ensiblaagtao bther . ea.t
was broke a "peral year of w a
then teasea faIa-rtle4 r 1 bed lt
e15 ! - ..
ter fqa lsdela r.n pro tay, to die te.s
Even then she uttersd no eomilta. she
had i;ala letters, little keepsake,. and every
taIIe pertatning to hlam lo.ght $o I(r;. ,$he
bound them up anpr add l re them to h0 "
"After I am gone send then to him." ai
A week later they lait her away iand .ii
Hr e began to praotlesearly, and hls succss
was wonderful. despite the vtpietr whi b
his fainenens had Urouglt upoa Ahfm.
On the first day after he returned from
Europe, Mary Morse gave a piarty. She
made, her brother promse to watch lDr.
Kingsland, and bring li.a up with him.
-See if I don't win Lim fro -that &
Estelle AthertonP' she exelamned befer he.
And she did so. .is bkle heart e y
proved reereant to every R' Of ge, -very o
tie of honor. .
Two years after, she was abeut to go id'o~+
a flight of atairs whenibhe uttred a r
shriek.; and,tell rwsr tO o the tt . i·
When she beiameCa.tsioul a Jsld: 'E
telle Atherton stood at thefotfthest5r.."
Whether it was merely a deltilon of her
guilty conseiene ornot, weeap never knw.
Any way the fall fractured herspi. d an
tit lthis day she is a palptrhlfe r tpptog,
crossy Aided invalid *righteeed to be let
alone for a moment.: Au is a **oisetle -
stricken wretch, esdaring all fte `ang .
earthlyummrgat .. -
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.ý gUceq-" l aa ýrma of TEAS
u., 46 w n 9a flkt "
i tor)3eJ xaorxsi
wb MAP~ih.mgm e tii s n refreshing baths.
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"A L,,wr Prs than Ever Do'
fore tifred In this Market.
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B©OTS ANTD tUO1 ,
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F~t~ti htn~ Gloodr~bli`fi`ii
\r CARP f!TUGS,
Out £ittin. Goods
6*'~ KT~ DZ$CBIP'tIION.
Will always flaid a ftl supply of
F ARM INC IMPLEM ENT8S
T SE MTINER
will at afll Iad every descriptlgu of
MINING - QL#
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P N LBMMES8E S TPOOc OF
Boots aia4s Shes
HATS & CAS
Wi#ouss, Haiti... id Saddier f
S1 ATýZd 3 ,I , Ft a:~td; IEt-o.
Ome awl exaiii s our gxefle or t We $ i
a*M also ageats fotr .k-e .ceso i oc_: d aodea
ewersand ~ Reair.r, 'ulky lZtea. 9rsatr D ril.s, d
etc. Also agents ter Cen Teajlroek'. Carrisages.
WILLSQ) it RICH,
8uonanor to G ay .umd,
Xtu"*bIetr.w of sa Deba1j
TLAC1 WAE I ~ 1~R RE, ·-
Keeps constanly "on hnd &a good a srtment "
of the post app " pmats. of
f COOK & .HEATING STOVES
-Also a great variety of.
fz the F~anner; then xMe nd te cm~ .
A-liberal shaiof public paorige solicit
ed, arnd Mtlfaetie gnrke.
#t lli ,..aates stdn di-ie
fle~. ±C e A 4
3:M' GA G PL WS,
# , 5 ~53~
- f` 1'ý " N1 y i?-sPT.A
`-'`sen tb# 43aj1rli1J ~ s e1 %o ' iae '3 e
arr&1Wbbs wels. ~ tet ~ ?and `u
swetieul; does ~atiee and retpair.the 1. a~x te
}ý y le l-a u itbl the' el
I a awse sre
W1.Uraaa~a, isi the e sr flhefBrf
l , ee4 diseas s; i t r~a te arim' ie
Tumor f 12 leairs' ormff
Rof at -IIei al taner t ie .re.. lal 18,IU
amthv eihtla , an izat whaJM fth stwev yia
the weei tun stia'.er weej aaite
45 ddtr&utriJ of i
i4 x'aea r~ n $iis't red ;
I ape ga~te tee ktebsM
-'T errbr~oarly"adsr eeyo
Tumr 'f. RAP WAY'S
Y PUMAT rI PtRiL9~
thedbyfl by'a4m IuSu SteN.
Camt~~~sileab 1aiiwk P1. 71 at 4 3., baul ll0,~
vim, l 1 tsdbrara; i C'iir to `'- t1,~lv
AA"frtev~m Toew doI lee Nb PflU 14 e`o k
The tetrawee jv theleft side
hr M tf yes ter the be)BnAS.5 ·P Xlt~l n~t eatd
ý .;i . APS~iti
f-e~rrthe 'al ,_ orsofthe.
_ _ _ _ _a .t...,iar.
A kw dses etE I? 3 P trst lidi neC iee~t
aitptrn pr1 I't~~~;~
On ~ ~
SAFTER TH'E FhREL& '
Jiiu~ Bar & CBa
Also' GIK AL A6Z 2f1r
W. KNAI~ & CO.
NIDt OTE~R ~1RST CLaAS
Crory Imrent fuIly wwratrmed for
A crplet. aasu.rtmezt. . the iapreyed
3.auer ani4 thie iiilr Tongue
alway eu ha1td. `
$W MV ºi Ml
Nex'. ~ t any.*
* *ItiLIt off:
P it. f O$ Dye Stiaff';
" e" `gooda s i t wrrived from the eset and
bt1º lbr oae , and will be
i'o 9 low bey-",be bought in the T rritory
y oorijp4"dd at all honer,
t will be `uder thi charge of the
3-- . LA~t~jCjNG)~fOt1qrC.L~
=i oe. long experience is a mura ntap that Redi-.
Ceei will tbe omapoznded 4curetel, and so arti
cwl t be substituted for another in a prescription.
e lsad see "for ouraeslves, a fw doore east of
Ladsa. £ Oo.'s Boesman
Two doors below A.. Lrame & Co.'s store,'
BOZEMAN, MO TANA.
Ford & Patterson,!
Save Your Noney
BY BUYING TOUR MEAT
AT THE CITY MA tKET.'
DOWN WI arHexH P.JfRICEsr
KEEF ON WAND, AT ALL TIMUs, Tua
BAst Meats in the Market,
anI are determined to
SELL. MEAT CHIEAPER.
Than Any Other Market in tke&
.....~ ~~ , ., .
'r . I . 1 wº.. º :.,
WeOLD respestkily annue to the eltifens
BOZEKAN AND THE SALLATIN, VALLEY'
that he has paened at the store-resai tpA. ry .o
anpiedby A. W. b C. Z. Tanner;
MAIN 8TRXE1YnBZBOzM4N, i.' T.,
A a n*0r lyllW STOCK 04
t 1i ily'roceries,'
LIQUORs A""D CIGARS,,'
which he fre b tne toads
A. nBu ee F, arpd tr bs
da u do welml .10 give hiM a call befes*a ma
thir p p
ethq:, Is det 7sned;C0 to stand squarely1 by the motto
'FL L t . ~ .
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