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DAN .1. C Ut.TOtf. IOIIN II. 1NH.TON
"STUK'TliY ihjsini:.ss." COLTON & BOLTO N , AUCTIONEERS $ COMMISSION MERCHANTS . 2, 4 and 6 W. Houston St., at Bridge. sEcom-iinHDFjmmmi bought twu sold. 1'oit mil fiwl ll to your adeanlage. before put chafing tUnrhnr. to call ami cMmme onr Urge Anoitinent of XKW AXI) XKCOXlt JIAXI) llOVSIUItiI.lt ryoow, ,ch its lulur Suit, llnMlaom Sett. Dining-ltooin, Kitchen ami Office I'urnilore. Croclcry, Uttwiearr. llalcit II 'art, Hn Wart, Cutlery, l'Jc, Cooking ami I hitting Mom, Cotton, Wool, Moil ami Mired Mntlresie on haml ami mailc to vrtler; Cnneat Cot ami lied Sjtringi of all deerijtiona; I'icturc, Mirror, 1'inno, Verambulatme; a large awn t mrul of Fine Clock, Hunt, l'iiloh, $hou Cam, 1'ire ami lliirglar I'roof Safn, llai Itwm fixture ami other vuicctlaneou effect too uumrrou to mention; aim 7ArM, Haggle, Carriage, Wagon, llarnm, Satttllrn ami ItUnkets that wilt be M at price iriMin tin reach of ercryMtf, Our House and Estate Agency. FOIl SALE. v, 4 i IuIiIp tiirrliw huiim. lodnuil wali-r, fluide hern Hli.Ulirul.ltrry; ll wry way liumit ut u until huriraliioil A flint 1'.. Im-Iwicm Hi'U'titlt and I'. Ik I" tli utm-i-m. palent nuiuntlon Hi'rriiiitH' Hiin, in Im-hi I ru in law litt 1m Mttnly U hud ut u ifimirkiittly Id' , line grey Kentucky hn Nils 1, 3 iiinl :i, In Mock t:, ubdl.Mon nf orlylrml city U,l No. 2, dIMilct No. I, rtuifrci 3 ami :i, wry cheap. Ittn 1 ft ml S, In block J0, corner Hit c-rA enuu and KliziilH-th atm-t. A tlweltiiitflimiFfWltli twu lt inoihio feet im.lnr Mm.-riiniriit hill. Ill s. gill lery hadc trees, eto. Wico f "w Twu notices, fniuied, hIUtII'D! I'tlcll tlOIIMO lllllllllllA .1 iNuiiiui(l ktu-lvn, if rape Iiic4, kIhiiIc trie, lots nU4u feet, on Cameron vt reel i 111 Ml itt u bHririiln, A iiitttiireof room, hyilmiu witler, lot "J anuruK, m Hum MammUnrli will Ml clu-tip, A line n'KMcnce, corner Avenue II nudHUlli Btrect, finme hiiiMinir, mi tal toof, ft nouiH, hull, tmth hfHiPt with fixture, kill hen, tfiml lerlen, built In modern pIyIp Iniwmrni hiii run luilMitifflil nt low tljfurcn iiikI jmrtoii tlnn, iiiil only t u imttihiul rvnt. A lioiifc anil lot(in(,nnchoBtr(Mtlot:ixn. ilcririKHl wit nnv itt llii nmt ililnilk l l.l. ii.rl.KHtlnimliillKM llj . turiitr NuUm n Ihifklrtrry ptit'ili u irintl lwulii on v IIIrtuI H uns. Two l.ulMlnir lull W, j Iium h1nll tivimnnlii.tit titxl uhli-s. An I in CUlllVlltlli Hi, Hit i u.lt Ulnwli. lcr t uloi tfiiunt Iioiihc. :i rHiint(, n ui-H 1 1 rt U filler, ciiclufiitl wlili n uimm Iuk I I iiiltincu-nTHnii AnlonlM. A Hiu-ly Inntnnfil riirm, ncn-n, niiut v III t'lillKiltloi 4 in el... In' i ht-l mill Iri'i'H, iK'iirlnir. Thin In Aliidi moKt di'KlriibU rtirniB III nm ii'siu. nun in nut i.nlv im iKdMlllKll III lieu II I or UK' iil for null will U' bmM Ht ImrKUln. ThrcM Inintln-il and twenty iutm of hind mlUnHoutliof fmi Anlonlii. 1'rlit- Itjm. A ruriii,N)iirii': ii duellinvlKinne, :I(hhi till nicely lliiuriied, land Irritable, mlteH fun CtiTM'urllciilnr attention given to OuteUlo Snles. ConstKiuncntP foliclltd. Lnrgcat Auction Houso In West Tuxnu. Finn Display Jtooina. Sales every Tuenilay, Tlutrcilny and Siiturdiiy. COLTON &; BOLTON Aucllnnccn, ltenl KutHte nml Coumiltalnn Mrrrlianm, 2, I, anil 0 W. Houston FASHION THEATRE The Finest Amnseraent Palace in the South. ,!!!" f ii s ' 1 Ft1 i ll'l'll BIF" , ' t i I i, fl ill New Faces Every Week. Smirns, & Samuels, Proprietors HEAVY HAR'T)ARE mnmimiK IllimiH IIIBEBH1 IB Ll nn H ii rn - in IIIIIIHI II rnipntwl Ij- - V'o uro Unit Immla fur all kI9 mU by in nnil corrcKmdonco to THE E. t, REDFIELD CO., ron RENT. A litrtre hoiigc, ti riMxtii, niM-ly rurniHicl ItiruiiKlHuit.on r,ui ll-.iil..t. Mrn t e tut Went rummeree Hieet, ptaitriuil nr iKiunlmtr 1mm me, . milliilik' for n North riureflntn ( ll urs nnn I lie tin ,rj li)drunl n 11 uUr, ut tirn tine eiml H ilfplruhlo tenunt. A 4-if -.it i Ii.uiho, two inillrilm. oi Ntll-4 l.iH-ar ? I'clMMlM'imr, IMT A .VrtKurt lnHtH'. hullwuy iin-l klttlicn, id Ti nth Mlt-i'U; ! r ii ut wilt it, dliiKle VEHICLES FOR SALE. A dcnililo iuiitel futnlly earrluirc (Kuvleni liMikel, leutlier tn. cm) IT. I. Will nell ut a htirKUln. Alwi a Hinirle rct luirin m unl flmlt. A one In n nu uprlnir mukihi. Kttt t new, niltiiblflnr iul liiir nr cm'hii iiiMeii. Will MlL-tll'Hl. PUOPEUTY WANTED, LOANS NEGOTIATED. In PUIlOHASINa AOENOY. We Imru f eil, tm the iH iictlt nl m.iIc hvhitr .iMiH.t inuii the illy, a IIKM.KAI, ITlM llArilMl AND t iM.i!l8lllN IUI MS, iiikI u III imiiilly MM nil unleiK Inr any uiiii'iiMit tm ifimmliw joii nui tifi-it, kuvIiik tin- eiwl or tnuel and ut I lie nmn1 lime Kllntr ou (lie ihIwimUhp d l'illiitf ul the -nlf h liihiit y will In Jim the wime udvuMdiKi'M ax it ) nil u II j oil HntlihiK, ilutrt. Mllllin-ry, fivlirlil. et We v, 111 ilieerlillly Kit ' ail) In lurinutlon tU-Klicl. BUSINESS FOn SALE. eKlaurunt outllt. ullli all Km hirnitiire 4lMilItoriiinit.i etc.; ulwi piano. AND HARDWARE SPECIALTIES. General Agent for Texas and Meilco of Beard A Bro. Safe and Lock Company, Forsyth Scale Co., Iowa Barb Wire Co., J. E, Bollcs Iron Works, Molt Manufacturing Co Niles Engine Works, Bridgeport Spring Co., Cincinnati Corrugating Co., C Spring Cart co. Sable Iron and Nail Works. IT-Alt COODS SHIPPED DIRECT.FROM FACTONES.0 J run mi l t tlio l lewa ot nil liuyvra. Ail.lun Calieilon, San Antonio, cr Dallas, Texas. Under an Umbrella. WnAT liATPKNED AT A PIONia "I siiihi- im iiiniit it we tm.t tried," pln rrplii'il. mi. kmn Iht L'dMcn lica.l lialf nrrlilv. half n-gictriillj; "lint It rnn'l In- ninii nnw, uihl wi-unlit imiko Hip iK-st nf our way to tin' IkmI." "Yin, of i'iiiiinc wo inuit," Im n turn fit clicorfiilly. "I wlh ronlil Mini soinr- mif to .In. i-t in: I don't know tills lull r the world at all. WIiitu nruwu to meet tlic KhnlloiiV' nnai.iioiri oii hnowr ' iiuraunneu ' Mlm ile Lira, nn alaiinnl Iook coming 1 Into the Mm. cmh. I tllllt rollfiiM I ilolft. I SltpOCM )oii w u 1 . 1 Ih' kiip' to kiinw, ami tlio oIIh'im; or MrliitK I lu'Vir tliouelit alioiit ll at all." "Oil, ili'iir. Dili H unfortiiiiatc! What nro o to ilo? I was not titers wlien tlio arraiiL'riiH'iilH weir mailt-. What can wixlo?" "If oii urn not too titr.l. I think wo hail better wnlk on; we mint try ami strike down the rier." Nithev tr ed: to.it I hev d d not at larently micceeil, for no river c.imii within iew, and nnor .Maud, who was ncUT n verj L'ood walki r, lie-.'an to Htunible oer the lon (,'iast from fa tlltiie. Then Mr. Dimitan InHinted upon her taking hit aim, and they crew more inn nniii r nun eioHe eoniaei; inn IitIIiil' that aukuaul an was their initioii, nhe had ntlll a ntloii'4 aim to luoteet her. At leimlh the eanio to a eottmjo, and went at oneutolho door, and Were told that they had eomo quite nway finin tht'tlvir. whieh was now aliout n mile and a half distant; then, tu'fiuir their ulielil. the L'oiiil-natiiiiit coiinto-womaii lnllul them In. iiml. noiicnm now iiren nun paiv Mir .m.iiui looked, she made her Mime tea and In filled on taking oil her xhocs, and do- 1 ti hit lien to ury inem by the liie. Mr. DilliKtan lnntiired uhetber miv conveyaneo could be found to take them in uie river-line, nui ineie wai none to be had w Ithln n L'e table distance. Itefrex led w th that beverage wh eh cheeiH but does not Inebriate. Maud Htarted oil mice inure w Ith her compan ion, leaving n Kind heart behind in the humble, cottaKii; for JMwln Dumttan waiiiReneroiH fellow, and. ReelnR evl denennf the tiinch nfioveily around, had left a uolden ileco In the woman's iialm. When they leached the. rier they could for n llmo fain no Infiinna- li.ni renieciniK tlio nnau. aim tuey walkid aloni! the water-side. boniiiL' that the Imat wonliliHinoeitaketheur, anil ine Kill mew souieii mat l.iiuiu Diiustau uersiinded her to rest under a tiee, with a fallen limb for her neat. Hut no shallop airived. and the pietty face became nnxiniM and won led. lly and by a bare came up asalnst thextieam. Mr. Diiustau hailed It. and found that the Swan wasa miL' wav down the rier the baruos had espec! allv liiillei il hen nnil. m,ii fnill.i r In. ipiliy, he wan still moie aunojed to learu inai iney eie noi moie mall uair i mile limn the ixilnt fiom w lie h t hev had stalled, so It uni eldent that they had iloiibleil. Ilk" hares; and the only thill'.' li lt for them to do was to return to the creek where lliey had landed, and bite a lio.il to eouvev them to II.i.IIcIkIi, a di'stanci' of ten miles. tcai.s rose III the c.ii'h ctes when she heal il of the dilemma she was In, and her companion strove to icassiiro lier. "Duu't tret. Missile l,ara;wlioknos but what we may overtake them? They ui ii sure to wait a leasoiiable time for ns, ami we will make iuipilile.sat all tint locks." 1 liev had some i III leu tv In is isuad- 111',' any ol the boatmen to take them so Kieal a distance: but money dues most things, mid It OM'icauiii tlio unwilling ness nf the men to stall for so loncii pull, when evcnlni: was last closing In i such a uiMiiai nignt. riievdid their best to bo cheerful. even trliig snalches of soiiks. tlielr voices I ilein ling together and going out over the water softlvand meloilinuslv: so that passers-by on the laud stoiiped to listen, ami moie than once faces red finin the wluilows of houseu iihiii the banks, attracted by tlio music iimler that umbrella. Hut the slug ug nroved n fa Hum as the shades of evening drew on, and tlio shlveiiiig gill cupt closer to Hdwln lliinstan for waiuitli ana shelter. Theiewasno one them to sen them; even the boatman was shut out by that pal agon it nine covered w ith thick brown silk. Tlieie was i mi to hear, for thu boalm in was decidedly deaf. Had these, two in . t iimh'i' iinlin.iry clicti instances, they would of couiso have been ulili Hill V iieiiiialnlaneeH unon tills the lust of the.r mei t ng; liut the clicimislaiicm were not at all oullli.uy, and l.dwlu really f It nhlics! to put Ins aims about the IHile shi inking term, to piotect It nil he could lor at au r.ito it nleased him to think sm liom the stormy night wind. Im' i'ie i.i, n had not ceased torn moment. 1 l uu-d unite natural to clasp tlio small cold bauds which sbo trustrd in his with Mich chiltl-liko con Ildcnce; and when u few team lolled (.lowly iluwii the pale lace, Ihere Is not much wonder Hint he kiss 'd them away under that piotectlug uiubr.ella, nor that lie strove to coiufoit her III bin own fashion, "I Mill von were not to be convention nl. llttlu Maud." he whispered srtly, "rest your head upon my sliouldcr, thai ulll I... u i.lll.m. fnr ,ii ' "lint ought I t Do you thlulc I oiigntr AVliat would lleatrlco say?'' llo was noarlv as possible sa)ing, llnthor Heatilcel" but. Instead. Iiule- pllc.l: "i am sura ou ougui anu miisi. j.u tlooni'. cannot ou trust Mnust-lf tu tnoV" And she had crent oultii ilos'3. like n tiled clilld, glad to be at rest; ami so hn out to her with a gre ailov'o. i lien no icuneu over ner ami sjioko iigaln: "Only fancvl wo met to-day for the. first time, and jet It seems in though f had known )on all mv lite. Perhaps I iiiive nven ou in my nicuius; nui, nwcci Maud. I cannot pait fiom you again. Vou asked me Just now what Mrs. Un ify would say; that I do not know, but whatever it may be, joii will givo mu the right to stand by you, Maud, will joii bu my wife':"' And lie stunned and kissed her rosv lips uiii'hidden, once, Iwico, thrice: and again theio wasslli'iice, ilelicioiissilclico which, iiko a man, no luoKe. "Vou do not answer inn, my lltllo lovo. Am j on happy aro you con tcntV" ' More than happy morn than con tent, .My heart Is too lull forwoids." ".My littlo uiieeii." ho whispered. "how fortunate It was I brought my uiuiiieiiai oincrwiso l miglit never navo trained vou for mv wife. 1 wonder if another man over won so charming a brlilo thus strangely?'' And tlio oais went on with their mo notonous turn In thu rowlocks, mid daikness set in, wlillo those two, slicl tcicd under the umbiella, heeded noth ing but tlielr own Joy. When they leached Hlpplcbank, there was groat commotion. .Mrs. Holey had waited for tho lost couplu for half an hour at tho place ap- poiuieii; ineii sue nan luquncii oi soino neonlu coming un stream, and h:id learn- i d that they had seen a gentleman and lady outer a small boat and pull down tho river; and, upon further Inquiries, had gathered that tho gentleman had an umbrella, which ho gave the lady be fore taking tlio oars himself; and tho umbiella was conclusive evidence that tho couple could be no other than .Miss l)e Lara and Mr. ilunstan. Tho other tour couples, who nail in'cii inspiy cinrmsied in theirowiiallairs.iind knew li . lillle alsiut the manner thev had ins i, Hum ns Diiustau and Maud, ass it, d that they wem sure they had walki d on ahead of them, and that no ih iiht they had hired this lsi.it Just for n p. i ee of fun, and that most likely they should pick tlii-tn up a indoor twodonn the ruer. Hut no Isint did they overtake at nil ansueringtnthcilcscriplion given them, fur the i i v simple reason that the gen tleui.iii li I ut lad) whoso possession of all mill rella had led them astray, had gnuu home lo their cottage hy Hie river side, mid the umbrella was peacefully drain ing. In Hie stand III tho hall, while tho two were partaking of Ihelr evening meal b hind cawed blinds. To say that Mrs. Holey was not angry witli her little sister would ho doing that hid) more than Justice; but them was a glad light ill Ihe gill's e)es, mid li smile idioul In r mouth that no anger could qui nelij mid wheuIMwIii Dun st.m pi. s.id Ihe little baud in saying, "tiool night." he wlisierod the ouu word, To-morrow," and followed .Mrs. Holey out of the loom. Wli.il passud between these two was not repeated by either; but the luter vli'W could not have Is eu a very unsat Isfaetoi) one. for when IMwIn Diiustau nnil mini in O'lnb r tu Ids father's line old pb ee in tho shires, to have Ids share of plieasi.nt shooting, he look a fair )oung biide with hiui.who answer id to Ine name of ".Maud." but was equally known as iirde." i:ill," "I.lllle Mldg . 'and n doen oilier ill liinillllM' appellations and lb Wi ddiug had taken place liom it pph hank. "LORD OF ALL" HY Mils. lirilllMItT M.MtTIM. Mv dear fellow. I've found u nara. dlsel A perfect Udell, without user- pent In it III Hie shape of tourist or cad. Annitist's paiailNe. that, I licllcc, hardly any one knows of. It is called n lillilli; it s a little llslilng Milage in t'vrnwiill, ns 1 need not say. Such mod els, sph ndld set of ic'io such rocks slicll ll sea! I don't cam twomtieo about food and ill Ink. I can't say thev am i:i)sian, but It doesn't matter. 1 gi t some lisli now ami then mid beastly uieao; oui l live oil me iicauiy oi mi le, i tunc anu no likewise. in tins I. millions slialn Vine, nt Ibin- dal wiole lo his ill list fileuds scatleicd about the wot Id lids gloilous summer please lo date it as the last lino summer which can be reiueinbeied In search of the iiictiiresque. Vincent had found It to his heait's content, and was retelling In Ills uutiiiii'hed paradise nf sea, sky and lock. And it even had the hist thing needful It had its live. Hut Ih foi" the heiolne of his ld)l appears, let Ine iiilioiluce Mill to Vincent Handal, aitist. us he chose lo describe himself, though us jot Ids Income derived from art was nothing, plus a coiislderable balance the wrong wav In studio ami oilier expenses; iieMTlfu less, you could mil enrage him more than by calling If I hao l ie misfortune to lo will nlT, it Isn't my fault," ho would say, with pathos, "Don't degrade ine by calling me an amateur unless you want mu to cut to pieces every canvas I have covered." He worked hard and tainted well, but ho had not the, divine touch. At times despair seired him (if ever getting be yond tho piettj'," and ho would burn Ids best eltoit in the madness nf the mo ment uf self-disgust. Ho hated tho praises of thu Philistines; but now mid then lilsseusilivo ami womanishly ten der nature shrank fiom tho criticism or tlio f l it lii Is who loved him, but saw through the mere talenlof his painting, wiiicu iievei coiiiii rise uuovo laicui. ii was a relief sometimes to bo slulm? quite alone at the foot of Mother .Va line ns sue iiriiiMit'ii grain! ami calm over the ('Ornish solitudes of vividly colored glorious masses of majestic rock. It calmed mid soothed the nervous, Im pressionable man, whose life was snout in fruitless chase after Impossible Ideals Ideal beauty such as his mental eyes had never seen, colored witli tho light that never was on sea or sky; Ideal lovo such he has ni vj r hail, might never at tain to; ideal honesty of pin pose, purity ot motive, heroism of saciilice. And with all lie hail moods of lightness, hu mor. leckh'Bs bonhomie, which covered all tho contradictions and the uusatis lli'd lunging of tho man's soul, as the spaikles lay on tho smtace of the dark and listless waters. Vincent sat among the locks paint ing, nr trying to iialut. but a inootl of disgust at his work had sclml him. and he was mnie Inclined to shake his list at his canvas than to paint iism it, "Wlinta find ono is to attempt any thing!" ho said to himself; "why not give It all up and simply take it III Iiko that bird uti there I in sine ho enjoys 11 all inoi'o than I do." lie got up and stretched himself, Ho was neither tall nor handsome; them was nothing heroic in Ids appearance; lie was thin and inea gie, Ids lialr was beginning to lie more giay than brown; but ho looked every Inch a gentleman and a good fellow. As he sti etched his arms and stamped the pins and needles out of Ids feet, lie sud denly saw a gill sitting opposite him on a rock, looking llxcdly out to sea. Vin cent peicelved that she was unaware of his pteseiico. llo kept perfectly still and watched her; it seemed to him lie had never seen a beautiful woman in his lifo before; all his old fancies faded, slio was alone in her beauty before his eyes; as for tlio rest they were merely pretty. And Vincent despised prettl ness. Kite was only a peasant girl; her white cotton bonnet lay on the lock be side her, she had a common stub" dress on, but shu was simply v ifectlyltcauti fill, tho eyes ol a pictine such as Isgiven to few to take iutotheir souls. Aioimd her was thu setting of the cliffs and leeks; the pools of clear water at her feet riiP'ttlng a clearer heaven of cloud h -s blue; beyond anil away the sea. B'i.ei.tl with afternoon light, tho glamour of high summer, tho sllcnco which had lis ovviimus c. Shovvas tall, taller than Vincent himself; her hair was burned into a kind of blown gold, her eves weio deep mid large probably that blown that is called black; her fcatilies had that peilietlou which makes one almost forget to notice in what It consists. With her beauty there was that sliaugo ami indescribable pathos which euteis Into one's heait one knows not how or why. "My last ideal." Vincent thought to himself, with a touch of self-scoin. "If she came nearer to me I should Hud her like tho rest of them another illusion gone." Vet ho drank It In. mid the sweet Idea sank into his foolish heart. As ho watched her, her facu contracted with an expression of acute pain; she nlteied n short, sharp Round, neither wont nor cry. and stretched out her clasped hands toward the sea. Then she sioon on ner leel. nastily g.illiereil up what she had propped, turned and luir- lii il away with thu step of one who neither thinks nor can s of where she goes. In another moment Vincent's ejes hail lost their vision. llo attempted no more painting; ho collected his paraphernalia mid went homo for tho timu being In the very primitive littlo Inn, tho Fisherman's ltest, in thu small hamlet nf lVnruth. "If she lives hen I'll llnd her out," he thought, as he disposed of his be longings in his small quarters; "and if 1 llnd her out I'll know her. It will bo mv only chanco of aalrnUon. I bono she is a coarse. Ignorant peasant girl." lie knew all tho villagers by sight niul most of thorn to speak to. They wore n rugged but kindly set. and thev all liked tho "little tainting gentle man, especially tne ciiiuircii, wnom ne dialled mid petted, Is'stowlng endless hnlf-pcnco on those vv hohad tho loveliest eyes. Ills goddess was not among them, but there wero n good ninny outlying cottages. Vincent made up Ids mind that ho should lino tier In ono of those Anil nt last ho lit upon tho otto that en shrined her. llo saw mi old woman making nets nt tho door; nud though she was wrinkled nnd grown ugly with the sun nnd wind nnd the hard wotk of jears, ho fnucleil hetmcedn likeness nnil ho stopiu'd lo talk to her. llo ask cd her questions nt llrst nlsiiit tho llsli lng nud tho storms, nnd then heentered s. out flslilnir. t supiKise, Iiko tho roslr" 'l have none, sir." the woman nn Sttered, quite tranquilly; "ho went down lnourlKi.it twelve jears coining next OctolsT, with my only son. I nud my daughter live hem nlone." Vincent's heartbeat, "Vou haven d.nighterl"' "1 in, sir. It's n pity she ain't n Ind, It s hard work for women tn make n living. I often wish I'd had the sense to bide nslwas. I wns lietter oft, n deal, when I was In service nt Sir. lleorgo Trcsslllan's. Hut my man was very steady and good to me; you may have heard of him If you're nl l'l-nriitli John Trovnrroch. Iln owned n lioat, nnd we went well-to-do, till hn went down mid all my luck with him." she ndded. with the llrst touch of pathos In her rather hard tone. "Hut joii have n thiiighlerl" "Ay Mary. She's n ih cent glil, but sun s goi no iicucr hick man tlio rest. Her oiiug man-Will IViiruddock was drowned a little better than a jo.ir ago." ler joiuig 111.111? Vlncenlsald; ntul eslNikn the nietiiro rose liermii his tiiltid of tho sail, iKMitllful llgiire, tho c)os llxisl on the sea, the hands stretch' id out to It, the luarllciilntocry. "Yes her sweetheart; they were to have licon married. Ho was pretty well-to-do- -owned sumo prtqicrty hen- a steady fellow mid handsome. Hut it was her luck. Iiko the rest of us, lwor maldl" "1 am very sorry. Ami how do von live now?" As well as we can." the woman nn. sweietl, with a sort of dreary dryness; "we woik." "Villi haven Verv beautiful view from here." elnmvd around ItiilllTeretitlv. "Ay, well enough. It blows awful stoimv in winter, 1 can tell joii. Vou should hear It whistle thiotigh there!'' mid she ilnted to ll deep chasin In the cliff, cut. as It were, right through from l.'vatioli whom thev were standlm? down to Hie IkmcIi sumo hundreds of feet below-n giddy place to look lit. I nut an must- a painter. 1 should like to come and make n sketch up nere. "Ay. I know vou are. i on can come. of course. If you like tn draw It. lean give joii a cliatr out or the bouse," Mrs. Trevarroch was not cordial; theru was something repellant In her manner, but something lo lie iidinlicd, in lis way, Mie siHiko well, In r was honest. If hard. Vincent thought it was beaten Into ruggtslness ny mo cl net slIoKes or loss ami uilslor tutie. lie was dclcrmilicd to make her Ids friend, fur ho vvasuiiu-asoiiably sure that Hie wont. in whose linage was Idl ing his mini! was no other than Mary Tievarioch. Tho very name Is'gau to identity itself Willi Ids renii'inbriincn of her. Mary Trevarroch of Peiiruthl The winds hail a kind of vague sugges tion lu them of n sweet, pathetic mh'ii. no iiugcrcti on, uiiKitig to ine moiiier in Ids gentle, easy way, which always won ItiHiii rustic min.li. In hopes of the daughter's return. Hut at last ho had to go Hack again to tho l-isherman H Host uiisatlslietl. Ho took the llrstotiiMirtunltv ofusklm thu landlord of this hostelry whether ho knew any thing of a widow named Tre varroch, who lived up the I'.agle cl I IT. "Yes, I knovved her husband well. A good fellow as over breathed was .lack Tievniroch. He went down oil Tin tagle, anil bis son with him: mid then sior Mary's sweetheart. Will Penrud thick -It's a common talc In these parts. .Mary's a cots! girl, though she always d her hi'.'ld over hifli to p ease tho lads." V nccntc eaicd his throat. "She felt tho loss of her lover verv much!" "Av. I rtckon so. I've never seen much of her." "She's n very handsome girl, Isn't she? I think I ye seen her." "Handsome? oil, perhaps you dsay so; l haven't thought much on it." And tills was all there was to bo cot nut of mine host. The next day Vincent found his steps leading along the saute steep path; but this time ho call led his painting gear ns n warrant for Ids appearance. Tho willow was at home, and she camo out to give him u chair, ami to chat with hint; but tho daughter was not there. vuicerii sat uown, mm liny tiasiieii in n few strokes. llo hardly saw what be was lining his eves wandered so often down tho rocky way. Presently thev brightened, as n tall figure, laden with a heavy basket of blend came slowly upward. He Hew dowiitn relievo her of her burden, but she held it back with n look of hair-ainuseil surpilse. The near view did Hot diminish ouu of her charms to him. On the contrary, tho full, oK'ii light of her wonderful eyes almost Intoxicated a head which was at times but weak tosuchinlluciico. "Won't you let mo help you with jour uasKcu no sain, irying lo speaK ill lite iiiosi careless oi lones. "No! Why should joti? It's not so heavy, and I'm used to it. You're tho painting gentleman, I suppose, that mother sisike of?" "Yes. I have come up to try nnd get some sort of a pleturu of jour beaullfid clIITsfrnm here. 1 shan't lie In jour wayr - "Oh. no." she answered carelessly. Her voice and way of speaking, like her mother's though rustic, was by no means iinrtilned. It had acertaln music of its own. which suited the melancholy beauty of her face. Hut though this fnco never lost, even while smiling, its pathetic Hues, she bad not In speaking any trace of the heaitbrokeit maid he hail expected to llnd. While her eyes liailauexpression of iullnitosadnessmiil the curves of her Hps weio wistful mid at times even mournful, shu snikc witli n calm, not uiicheerful air, of every-day sense. Thotiulhwns that Mary Tre varroch had leal lied to live utterly to herself, No hand bad touched tho se cret wound since that bitter .March night w hen Will l'curuddock went tlow u into daikucssauil silence. Tho dull re quirement of aliard nnd tlieary life w ore to be met, mid those alone must make her future. Vincent went back to his easel while the girl took ill her basket, nud remain ed awhile Inside, the cottage; mid then she came out, and stepping behind him with thu frankness of perfect Ignorance of the woild, she looked at his begin ning. "Its nothing to look at," ho said, glancing up at her: "I've haidly begun, llete'sa llnishetl sketch, which is moio worth jour notice." "Oh, those are the Twin Sister rocks," sho cried with more animation, one brown linger pnlnting over Ids shoulder. "mid thu l.loii'slleiid. That's Just Iiko but tho sen Isn't that color." "The sou Isuny color, juu have not looked nt it enough." 'I not look at Hie sen enougli'r"' sho Bald, lu n low, curious voice: "I look ut scarce might else." Then she changed her tone again: "Isltdllliculttopalnt?" "Try, mid see." Te U Continued.) Cigarette smokers prefer Opera I'uBi because they do not ettok to the lips, tf IIARMSS AND SADDLES. Whip, nnd everjlhlng pertaining arsoriuicni oi our own iiomr nnti nnnii-inaiie gnotn on nnnil. djij... - Prelect jour t'arrlnge Axles with Knrr's Common Senso a XsmsO A JM Sand nnil .Mutt llnntls. Nocnrrlnge id Id he without Ihein. J2l' H Ith these bunds attached, will wenr as Innir as fTtfciIlft ' the wagon Itself, jyistSWjgJ JL" AIo solo agents fur the Self t leaning Curry KVitK5 '(111111. The w holrsale Irndesupplird; liberal terms. Noyes & (lent ral Agents for Ihe Stale. VIENNA Restaurant and Garden, Hotel, SO. 207 AND 209 WEST The Most Centrally Amusement N. WISE, ItaTFIne airy rooms for the Traveling class. Attention given to wedding and 1 will put up $500 that 1 can take DR. JOHN TRIPP'S BLOOD PURIFIER And euro tiny caso or Syphilis or Scrofula on oartlt, nnd fpinrrtn tco n perfect and permanent euro. D. P. BARR, Hole Agent for tint State, Northwest Corner Main Plaza, San Antonio. J. A. II. Il"tt V. Mis'. Ni.wtos, Auction Commission I Merchants, Heal Kslate Agents, and General Collectors. I street, I'olllHl Bell & Bro's No. 281, Coinmerw Street, Silver and Plated Ware, CUTLERY, ETC., Watches and Jewelry repaired. Charges reasonable. Wo take pleasure In show ing our goods, and purchasers lire Invited to call. Satisfaction warranted. 12-t-ly TO THE PUBLIC U or Kilinllles. llmiM kecpfr. Hole! uitnriilits, Hli.l nil who nrt. Iiilert'ii!- .a it, I In lliKlllur ..ill where lliey eiiliL-it the roll vttlud of lliclriiKHicy, ImiUi III iiunlily tin uuitntlt), tire In Vllisl tu cull lllnl m e our rU'lea HltH-k KOUKK1N ANU IMIMK3TIU GROCERIES! r.vt"r)tiiltiif Outtriintc-cil us Itiprt ncnttnl, ARANSAS PRESC0TT& CO. Cor. Houston anil Soleilnd Stt. KD. A. HKr't'KL. m. iii:hwi:l'K. E. A, SEFFEL S CO. SKIN AMI F111WCO PAINTERS, Landscapes, Decorative and Art Worn. riMK SKIN A MI KCI Al.TY. Utilise piilnllnir. ifliuinir un.1 all work pi' Uilnltiirlothe liualtiesH irnin.tly ntteli.ksl ami satisfaction truartiitU'c.1. niioi'AM) omctsi N Alamo Ht., Opp. .losko ItroH., l-l ljr HAN ANTONIO, TKVAS. R. BECKER llavlnfc rfiiiovfxl Into tho ipoclout itore, Nru. I Jmid ail Wi'it dimnicroo Btrvct. oimlt( my oM KtAtiri, and InerciucU my itock In all Furniture, I'arlor and Ilotlroom Si-U and a large, coin tlii tttid atiU-ct BUtck uf llnuiu Furnlihltiir Uooli at lower iltcurt'i than over. Quick Rule ua ttuaii prom i my luoiio, ii-om In the saddlery bualnris. A large Langholz, No. Ml Commerce Street. COMMERCE STREET. Located Place for in tne City. PROPRIETOR. public. Accniuinndatlons strictly first- hall banquets. DR. BREEDING, i DENTISTRY. (J. A. .InllNSlON. II. M. Ciiiiioi.i.. Drs. Johnston & Carroll, 'Diiliik 1 lu Ir tmlroi nl the pulilln jf'tu nilly in. Thrv now itiiriMiiiK-ti that mliiirtntlMt wnt ilufl tlimn, ihcy will .to work ut tln-ir i. 273 Writ Comment StrMl, Up SUlrs, at folliiwltiir mtv Full htnf 14 Troth Un st matiTlal) !0 00 oM Killing (flitiitlUlzH I oo ol,l rilllnc OiiMliutn) S OO Ufii or Hllr 1 oo ClfiMiilnc Tth from ! tu 00 KitriM.tliiKTetli frnia COotu loo m Ih t wirk In timpurlimi. Hut lufKrllo iilcl, PATENTS, .i iitu. Id- Imih unit Tnnle Miirku Ki-ctinii, il Hllntlicr nti iilfiiij.-ii In llitl'iiti-nllM!U- l Ix-fore the Court nitiitl) nnd cum-fully PKIW MOI)KKATI id I rti:iko Ml ntnn H)IU-Htlon. TliU Itk't.Tor Mrffrnrt TIUOITV .-nn.Ui licMS X-k irw Ik It vVu. I'JwatuiibL.clkattVtllL HELPs lal. valuatjle ftftmritfi tmr nf trmxl that will nut you in the wtv mf In a tew day than you of all afro, jrrandly tucceih lht all who want work may tent tho butlnet, well ailtltttlt'd we will iv-n.i SI u i.r fnnhl trouble of rltlnir ut. Full particular, dlreo- inMin, viu., w'uiin'w, iDinn'iise pay aiwMiuieiy all who Hart L.m' I i'I delay A d'li i HTiKiif. i ('! 1'ortli.nil Maine, A PRIZE Kend 0 opnta for poHtafre and revehorrrracnitl) Utx of trnodi which will help yuu t tut i anything cle In this worM. All. or either ex. itK-ceH-d from flrtt hour. Tho brond road to fortune oponi bt-foro tho worki n; absolute. AtoncooddnMiiri: J-) .Augusta, HEALTH IS WEALTl Dr. E. O. Went'iNervo and Ilraln Treatment. Connililont, Flia, Noryoua Neuraltrla, Head ache. Nrrvouf rroatratlon caused hy tho u nf f 1 1 tit ml or tobaoco, Wukefu'new. Mental iK-prcmion.Hoitenlnv Of thn Ilr lU I' Ran tr and liHiltnv tn mUnrr. iImw i death, I'rt-maturn Old Aire, llarrenneiia. Ixwa of I'.twer In cither hoi, Involuntary Loam-i aud irenuatTrhi3tt caused by over-oierilon of .iiu iirnui, vuii-uuuio or over-inc uiKeueu. rMcn bo i oonlalna one month'i treatment. $1 df u boi, ortU boiea for $5 00, aeut by mall piv paid on receipt of prloo. VK UUAUAMTEK HIXUOXES any case, with each order rooclrtd by i anu do on not etTuct t. r 63 W. Uadlaoo 8t Chloaro(YiL TXTTXT more money than at anythf njr elM VV bytaklug-an agency for the beat nelllny book nut. ItrRlnneri tuccewt grandly. None fall. Termi free. IUllktt Uook, Co. Portland, Ualoa I Qmw ,,,:nt,ot'