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lxu''l" w" tiMVttottt
Tha jwung arttat waa downhearted, Cttan U,' HiUI
thetraiu aped up town he won- wink to ttitf yotinx to iikiii.
tlto cotn'lttainn that
dered what to Jo with himself to while
ttn Yomi lily, lit whom ltt ft It uiuch
awav the rreniug.
morn lively Intomtt tlmit ho itiil in l'tt
HIS FLEETING IDEAL.
HiUlttmu. hil itroliaWy Kt tw fnr for
kiut to oviTttiko hor, mnl
to ivrattinlx him to etUnr tha
tkatlomy. "I really hv noma htiaineii
on hwni, thottKh." ha
Mora th nd
ball I oUtiirnJ to
The Great Composite Novel.
Tba Joint Work of
JOHN L. 8ll,I.lV.X. BILL NYK.
ELLA WHKKLKR WILCOX, MaJ.
ALF lU n C CALHOl'N. HOWK
til' MM Kin IXSPKCTOH KASTLAKK.
rAVMXK HALL, Him
W. H. BAMjOV. NKLL NKLSOX
In tha maantillia Dr. WataOD. M th
evil yd otto chmw to atyla hltumlf for
th- - liute Mng, had
atrwt aa qttli kly M bU legt could
When h rxaihed t'nlon anttaro li
l.mko.1 around In the vain ho) that h
raUh aixht of Mia Crawford.
hail (lUapimarrd. and ha did not
know whiob way to tnm. lmil ttrirl
lo .sVlnrncU j i around in avory dirotion, and h knew
U UtctJ H lrriim
that tf the girl had triwl to e
He did uot care to go to hi club, he nilRhl hava taken a horae rar, aa Iouk oa
had no reawra to gv home and he had ' aha bud r hed tha corner hed of
told Mian Harunau not to xp-- t bint him.
When tlte guard yelled
Die luck." he mntterod; "If It
"Fourteenth etreet" he auddenly deter-- j tta.ln'l lawn for that vollim idiot on the
minevl to leave Ute train and take a table block alwtre I ahould hatre bail her in
d'hote dinner at one of the Italian rea-
afa keepinK brfore now."
taurauta in that iortion of the city.
He weut over to the Morton Houe
After hit meal he enjoyed good
nat down at one of the tablee anJ
and then ttartd to walk leiaurely
onlxred Rlaaa of abainthe.
toward Uuion Smre, along the nortb
"I UtiMiRht I had time to catch her
aide of Fonrteentb ttxeet. Before hej
before the reached Union aiare,"
bad taken nianytteii bia artUtio eyej he miueil. "I wtttuler if be really walked
waa attracted by the well rounded flKtire that whole block. She cou'dn t have
ahead of htm, who carried
, . tht
of a irirt
leather muffle nui m ner nana.
notice any paaa tnere. Let
was tomotlung familiar in her appear- j
,n, have gottf NiH to
nee, and be quickened hia pac to get j
ot (he pl((C
better look at ber.
,trmftt that very aure. tihe might
The neit moment be knew that
hv ,ntwwj 8t,iBway hall. By Jove
waa the ideal with whom bl brain had
been filled aime he fimt caught a gliuipae
Thu Mm ul
of her in the Waer
and he told the waiter to bring
i()Ul) njor. kUiath
addreea her. but be reatralned htnuwlf.
nljnJ wa4 tcUr
'Of course tnat old tool Dieinmeu 1a
bringta- - out a new fiddler, and alia
He reeolved to
would naturally want to atteud the eon-car- t.
wwtt. however, and permitted ber to get
Huppoaing no, it it not poanhla
everal feet in advance, but not very far,
it it, though the might have
at he feared to loee eight of ber in the eought work there hereelf. I do not
crowd that was hurrying along the. know but that the it tha new Camilla
thoroughfare toward the place of anrn- j Ureo hereelf. I'll find out"
He did not dream of going to the ball
Aa the gi'1 reached the corner of j himtelf and teeing bia old frieudt 8tein- -
Trrinir nlaca the came luddekly face to1
mt and Keuberger. tie left uie care,
faoa with a man in whom lloiuhall rec- - j
who, WuflJ frtim nior, u.nght
and turned im- -
ogniaed the younger of the two
k..i wun tr.vlin j with her on the
mediately to the amuaemenl column.
York Central railroad. She looked down where be
the announcement that
and tried to pa htm.
Mnw Luutao Neville, a talented young
I am very glad to meet you tbua un-
artiate, would make hT firat pubbc
expectedly. Mite Crawford"." tarcattically
in the United Htatea.
remarked the doctor, detaining
Louine Neville may be Edna Lewtt,"
he thought "It i not probable that
"Let me go; I have nothing to aay to the would appear wider her own name
you," the exclaimed, looking up at
or under the alim adopted by her father."
anrwaJinulv and thrinking from hit
To aettle the quueUoo to bit own tana- -
h. w,.IW..t around to Ilia neareat
, , . 1 rB.
For a moment Henahall ttood irreao.
lnte. He taw ttiat tne gtn wuneu o e
of M 0u
cape from the man, who eemed
menu who na intra ..i....i
, . .
. ... fc.T.fmna
nul feTl or Bi, ixiuia the
HO loll "UM
accompluhmenta that tha
hi inrerferenre would
are now given an opportunity to
be let public
KDWIM St. La!UIU."
Again he heard her plea1 to
tfeteTmlnee 'to make her
Umi hour, bi ami
on ber violin. ..
CrawWt. hl da'iutuer K.lun. Mi
i.veroc. n.l lr.
Veat Thiryi'lKhth tree. Their
11 aaaumrd to hide eun
terminer that Iie hi lr. wal.uiaiid. b.
e.wary to him. Wataon iwaaeaa. hvimo
liirlueneeover Kdna. aiiu I leagued
A pred leied I
rim. rMiia ol.v on her
or the krl--
lue doctor -
tiaTle In the car a detective
ih -- Thlrtyllith
turn nilils uir hi i
itnitiir wnumn o,ll l lh fU wltiu
Alfml 0. (!''';-To- m
oll i Hvo.lmll
I'r. Wlon ilk-Hi- t
to a woman on I'tihrn
the woniau U
lr. VVnuon or llMh,
trillu imll lHHlron
In In iwwfr. ItaukMr
artl.l hut Ii
who ran rulu lilin.
I Im taniiy
hlu. Ilenrjr prmil
do . Mranwhlle the CrawSmU have
k, ton tniiHwa. ami tlnallv narkinc l her
me eHerU ne leave me n'u7i
wemeut In The World
While wrlllnir an advert
read hl atvertle-nen- t
ak her wlled
ueeif la II for la lemaia
Cmapth -- By Alan Ui ll.-Henh-
he tenui II.
llartman ha a Mm. Hinllh when
Tliearllil rallaone day
.n.i Hn.u iiwui the
Is well Stocked with Seasonable Goods
and will be replenished to suit the times.
for tloini business are
equal to any I louse m the Valley
their prices arc always rijrht.
with the courtesy extend- -
ed to their customers insures than Uie
Liberal Patronage they are receiving, and
for which they are thankful.
SHELLY & MJDUYfJ
Crawford lnM thai
th timnJ IVulral itcivl
Ufow, and h wan far too much
ln hU own thoughU to Uka any
L(nrMt la th quiet ruUo (
aV.m . aril.l. while tn.velti.it In ear-
.,r car. meniall His ei.-- a.t.mMiiueiit
H" h ,1
In l.tnt) reiteeteit . In Uie mirror.
man. nrwuiniaeo nrt
vlllalii'Xii countenance, l'
W. II. Hal
l V- -
alone, and the turned her eyet toward
He instructed a yonng man to deliver
u- - him at
the flowers to Miae Neville off the itage,
that (Treat, dewy learn wore ttealiiig ont and to say tliat he had been sent by Mr.
i. upon ber long eyelashes, and be hoetUtcd tit Leonard. Fifteen minutes later tha
i, no "What
do you mean, eir, by insulting
"When 1 handed her the flowers," ha
an unprotected lady?" he cned, jumping reported, ".he said the waa iurprite.1 to Th I'tiltlic! in Miwt ('ortliiilly Invito! to l ull ami rru-- t '"i'
forward and giving the doctor a thove hear that Mr. Ht Leonard waa in New
tliank him for
with tuch violtmoe at to nearly throw
Selected Block of Writini; l'itK'm, TiiI'IoIh, IViih, Ink,
"r9 hiin over the iron fence around the York, and the told me to
"I am glad to have that much settled.
HlllerH, He, ulfM) All llio School lUmkn lit
In front of the girl, who Immediately Now 1 can lay my hatnlt on Edua,"
Uw in Hm I'tililit' HditKilH.
he shook hit flat in the face of
'n left, and
thought Dr. Watson. "Those Infernal
her astonished acquaintance.
of her; that t tin
"You deserve to lie thrahl within
he continued, only trouble. I can't very well take
to give by force, and I'm afraid it it too late to
1 1; "and I fuel very much inclined
to teach you get the old gentleman down here before
as you a severe chastisement
the concert elote. I'll try, though."
Rwturning to tho Morton house
"Come, get away from here.
more of thin nonsense," re- wrote this letter:
way to keei
and he was then oil
shall call a
"MtDkar Mk. CHaWKoitn: Myefforta
as turned the physician. "I
appointment that he could not delay,
These Mills, now tmiltling will Inin opcnilioim almttt lln find,
interfere with me."
at last lieen crowned with smicesa.
it was already getting late.
I have discovered your daughter.
"I shall not allow any one to insult
XovetnlxT, lsiio, mid will then Im rciuml lo lny whent
"So," said Herr Steimnetx, "bud yon
of Hi,,innv hall, and if you will
in my presence," said the artist,
who felt that he had to offer tome justi- come down here without a moment's de
Heinrich Neuberger, your olt manager,
t riit.il the Kli'viitor is completed wheat will be received nt mmi"
fication for his conduct to the throng lay you may be able to see tier
Is here and he will vant to talk vid you
wniehoiiHe here, ami Hour in Hiiine will lie ilelivered nt the Mill door.
that had already
vile you stay in New York. Can't you
He procured a messenger lioy, and by
"This is ridiculous! 1 spoke to an old
friend of mine," was the final reply aid of a liberal tip secured the promise
"I think I can," retnrned the doctor, vouchsafed to the girl's champion, who that the note would lie delivered in the
who was shifting around anxiously, and
allowed himself to be put aside at the shortest txwsible time at Kowenhaveu
m Ttv.u.viMitli street.
evidently desired to make the interview furiont doctor moved away.
as short as possible. He was perfectly
iiu th.-- atationexl hiiiiwdf near the
of door of
Steinway hall to await develop
mijht again have the opportunity
(' HI., Iiideiendence.
manager, but if there was any one man
between hit ideal and one from ....nU
he had particular
man was Heinrich Neoberger.
assailant pass him and ss'iik to a friend.
"You must gome to my goncert,"
Henshall hud sat through two acts of
He recognized it "The Old Homestead" by the side of Miss
First elnsH in every reic-t- .
grant I haf disgofered a new Camilla inimediuU-l-
as Edward Hartmun's. He llartman, and, believing that he had
given timisient i iiHtomi'is.
Urso, a greader Mayer ilan Matam Urso
ever. She vill main her depnt
but he was disappointed. He engagement he had mentioned when he
at Hteinway hall. You are a musician; was him,
ahead when he heard a fa- met her and bade her good night In Vloa Praaldant, L. W. ROBERTSON.
W. H. HAWUHY.
miliar voice calling his name. lie turned front of Hteinway hall he met a brother Caahlar
Putting tho proffered complimentary and saw Mr. llartman beckoning to him. artist whom be had known for years.
ticket into his pocket
in front of the
"Come in hero with trie," said his
and har- The carriage had stopped
the interview, said 'Good-by,"
banker and his daugh- friend. "A musician who heard tho D.
p, Thtmpton, J. $ Otvpft
ried throngh the first door he noticed,
new violinist play in private yesterday
ter were alighting.
t. W. BerUH, W, W. W. 0olU,
through the rkhermerhorn building to
"Lena thought she would like to goto says she is simply a marvel,
Wall street and then down past the
the theatre this evening," said Mr, is bound to create an ' immense sensation.
and the custom house to the
intended to come
Csvests, and Trite Mrk ohtalneil, and all Pl
after shaking hand with him, I bought tickets n
cut tiusliiens runilurted fur Modartt Feat.
Hanover square station of the elevated llartman,
I hope Trtnuaetitraiiaral
Our Otflct It Oppoiltt U. S. Ptunt P"iw,
ana hIU txoUaeaa aa ail Uu(wrta4
and n ranMirura lialellt lall'.l tlUM than tUOH
Daosiilti rixtolrail eaMaal ta ahaek
Dr. Watson did not lose sight of Hen-
nimu mimei, arawiiiK r iiw.
advle, If imtentatila or not, frea '
shall until the twinging
rAmU am tevoreMt IwaM,
eharea. )nr lea not due III! patent u m"';
PtsiDhltl. "llow to Obtain Patanta," wilt
Um: t A. U. i T. kt
namat ofartual client! In joluBUW, COttOVi1
(Continued next week.)
Hairt aarfW prtel tafa tataa
You can bay tickets East to any point riaM Look.
at no paari .vu8 lUv v.
to e a ffian direct from Independence to destination
Oppolltt rllisi iraict , waniiaia, v. v.
will ex- - At lowest nitet of E. C, PieiTMNn.
myself, and I know
GEO. SKINNER, Proprietor.
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