East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896, October 30, 1895, Image 4

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    feet, she sobbed out her pitiful most precious gift the aforesaid told her the news and was really
surprised and flattered ’ by L her re-r
story.
world contains.”
world contains.”
“I don’t unde-stand you. >> ”
ception of it. She took both his
From llappy Hours.
“He is so young,” she wailed, “so
‘
“
Must
I
speak
plainer?
Well,
hands in hers and the tears gather-j
CHAPTER II.
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young, surely yeu will not refuse to | *
1
»»n.
Lilv.
five
ma
vourself.
I
love
ed
in
her
bright
eyes.
I»
give
him
another
chance
for
name
then,
Lily,
give
me
yourself.
So favorab-y did Lillias Way
“Oh, Tom,” she said. “I hate to ■ i 1
land regard this idea, broached in anJ faIne! f wiJ1 work und toil for you, darling, and would fain make
to the person submitting the
>
most meritorious invention
»
her aore extremity, that in two'you uotil the five hundred dollars you ray wife. Are you content to see you go.”
during the preceding month.
$
Now,
it
never
had
occurred
to
WE SEi.L’KE PATENTS
»
from the day in which she H,e eyery (;ebt paid , win be a pay me in this coin?”
FOR INVENTORS, and the
Lieut-
Douglas
before,
but
at
this
J
object
of this off r is to en­
“Oh, Paulus!” she faltered. "1
had bidden good-by to her hand­ servant, a seamstress—what you
courage persons of on I' vent-
moment
the
idea
did
come
to
him
ive turn of iniivl. ,'t th-
some, reckless brother, she stopped ulease, only promise me that you ( never dreamed of so much happi­
»itiu» time we wuh to i...fr^s3
that
he
was
in
love
with
the
widow.
the fuel tnac
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V
from the cars at the New York de­ will not visit him with the penal-( ness.”
V
He
drew
her
to
him
and
kissed
And
so
Lillias
Wayland
’
s
indebt
1/
It’S tilQ Silliplo,
pot, dressed in a sober brown suit, ties of the law!”
(
away
the
tears
and,
before
he
knew
i- , edness wos settled most satisfac­
<;■
that made her look like a shrinking
Trivial
Inventions
Her voice died into quivering si-
it,
he
was
engaged
to
A
ice
Peer
­
>
torily.
little mouse, with her carpet bag in ; lence. but her eyes still appealed. |
That Yic'. l Forhiao3
ing.
her hands.
' "Rige,
“Rise, Miss Wayland,” said the
—such rs Po Trn-'i
TO BE CONTINUED.
and Eyu. 1’>«'j th.it
,
A little inquiry sufficed to bring youtlg inaI1> after a moment, grave-
".Safety I*.li." ‘‘I' vs ia «..v-.j
The Widow’s Arrival.
Ver." -’.li." Brnke." vt**
, ,
her to the street where Mr. Glen-
ypt with a certain gleam of
Almost ■ very <m<‘ eiirii! v<-s , ,
n bright idea at.
i. ■ tiui j or . ,
CHAPTER I.
cross resided—a stately avenue, arilUHement in the corners of his
other. Why not pur I’ ia ].ri<>- ,
ticul u»e? Yoj: li ta. iiits in:-.-. ,
lined on either side with elegant niouth ut the idea of that pretty,
lio i > tills dfr«-etioii
M y ,
It was ‘‘steamer day’’ at Sitka,
make your fortun . W liy nut c
palaces, the like of wlrch Jjily had 1 B|ender creature rendering up to and amid all the joyous air and
try?
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fy Write for further information and f •, ,
never seen in the plainer city where | |linj tbw equivalent of the five hun- excitement that the monthly boat
Known
uieiitiou this |...p -r.
Everywhere.
she had Leen born and bred. Her dred dollars, "Ami now, cousin brought was one fortorn, unhappy
Sold Everywhere.
THE PRESS GLflmS CO. ”
heart sank within her, as she atoo»! i Lillian for I believe we may claim 1 man. Tom Douglas watched his
Grown _Everv where.
Philip W. Avlrvtt, Ceil. V.
on the brownstone steps leading up relationship,
. . although it is some- friends as they eagerly opened thoir
618
F Street, Nortlr.ve,ii,
WASHiNaTc:-., l >.
«|
to the carved losewood door, on I what distant—I shall insist upon ' letters ami listened with assumed
Ask your dr-aler for them ----- - 1
C-fT“The respon'ibi! >y •>! «... . < :u:>aiiy «j
which a silver plate bore the name you as my guest for a while. Let i interest to the bits of news they
Ferry’» See«! Annual for I s!)5.
may Im ju«lm»«i by il.r -i,. « tua« it-- 1 >
-----luabletoall plantersand lovers
► t<K-k fs l.ehl by ov.-i ..i.»
< 1 '
of “Glencruss” in old English let­ me ring and send for my mother!” were anxious to share, for at Sitka
of Fine Vegetables and Peautiful
i
f the lesdlug Dewti'.wi) it. the«)
Flowers. Write for It—Free.
l ioteú States.
ters.
1». M. FEl.'Rt A CO..
Mrs. Glencross, it stateli old the population throngs to t he wharf
Detroit. Mich.
Then, coloring deeply at her own , lady in black silk and Valenciennes when the steamer’s whistle is heard
cowardly tremulotisness and utter lace, welcomed Lillian Wayland ,
and waits the coining of the ship
lack ot resolution and enterprise, with a smiling hospitality which
and the distribution of the mails,
“A’-A d I-’-CS",-1..-
she rang the bell, to settle the quea-i belonged to th«' ancient regime, and ■
¡TV!? . . u.’ I:' •«:>
The people crowd into tho tiny
Cure f ir. Hr.«.
almost before she knew it the girl J
lion at once and definitely.
DiUf-gistsor m.'Ci..
.
post office on the dock and watch ur. Price’s Cream Baking Powdet
|»"ree..■.<;<!:
AVIKl.-p.
“Is Mr. Glencross at home?” K-H‘ f«mnd herself chatting innocently I impatiently for the longed-for home
Box 2410, New Y«» a C.ty.
A Pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder
asked of the colored servant who away to her hostess, as if she had | letters.
answered the summons.
lived all her life in the sunshine ofi But Tom’s home letter "as not a
Yes, Mr. Gleñeros» was at home: tbtd pleasant smile; while Paulus comfort to him. “Well, she is real­
would the young lady enter? And (j|onCrosi*, huaied among Rome pa-
ly coming.” he said, “a month from
Lillian was shown into an apart- pers at a table beyond, watch« d the
today, if the steamer is on time. I
inent curtained with heavy folds of sweet changing countenance with a
will be a married man, worse luck,
purple satin, and carpet«1«! with yel-’ new interest.
I How can I ever tell Natalia, dear
vet of the same rich coin—an apnrt', “I never saw such a lovely face
little girl! I wouldn't willingly
ment wh«w«> dusky splendor madeth
in my life.” he thought. “The pro hurl her feelings for a million dol
one yearly subscription to The H erald together with ton cents extra,
her think of all th«1 stories sh«1 had «¡j .11«« is as purely Grecian as the face
lars. i«‘s hard up as I am,” and Tom we will send free a copy of The World Almanac for 1895. Singlecopies
read of enchanted palaces in the' of Hero on my mother's cameo,
whistled ruefully
may be orde-ed at this office for 25 cents
realms of fairy land
and the eyes are as full ot shifting
Tom Douglas was a naval office!
As L'lliaa sat on the silken sofa.' lights as a diamond! Upon mv
and Ix-fore being stationed nt Sitka
wailing with a throbbing heart for word, this little new cousin is an
he had been on duty a winter in
the appearance of her unknown ncq uisition!”
Washington, where he plunged in­
cousin, th«1 thought stole into her, i When Lillias wrote htr
c? :-.r JZ3
to soc:ety with that gay abandon
mind that lie was not so much of a letter horn«.1 that night, Mr
that only a sailor knows, for after
.fl
“miser'* afte* all und then came a cross added a p'emant postscript,
three y»ars at sea a young fell >w is
sick sort of misgiving that het mis and Charley Wayland knew that
A?
v '-I
quite ready for the rush und whirl
sion was all in vain.
his season ufpeiil was oyer.
of the gav capital AU houses wer«1
“Eor surely," she though, glime
Lily had been nearly a month open to tlu handsome lieuteuan ,
Ing tremulously round the elegant th«1 guest of th«1 stately «»1«! Indy in
bill there was one where h«1 was es
apartment, “he will not want any- black silk mid Vnlenei«inm s lace.
The Best Reference i
pecialiy welcome. Tne hostess was
one to malt«1 hr« ad, or look ntler the I M hen on«1 day Paulus, coming »u«l-
A Volume of ovc
a pretty a !«I ow of som«i twentv-six
kitchen ex
expenditure»!
kitchan
i»«'odi turchi 1 wish—oh, I (](.n)v into th«1 purple twilight of
It Treats 1,400 topics
| or twenty seven years of age. Her
1 wish that I was safe at Imine the drawing rooms, found her ait-1
Endorsed by STATESMEN,
MlVMtlk!**
» I -»
»»I
•-! tear
— «Irops
»-
- glit
«!• husband, who hud died soon after
again!
ting all
alone with
their
marrriage,
seemed
not
to
have
EDUCATORS and
Th«« thought had scarcely frinii liering on her peach cheeks.
hud
a
way
strornj
hold
on
her
af-
«**1 itself in her mind, when a «loor
STUDENTS everywhere. W
“Why, Lily, what is th«1 matter?”
.
for
after
mourving
him
at th«1 farther end of the room open­
"Nothing, Paulus."—lhev had I"-'110"-4,
Was Reached Such a State of Per­
ed, nnd a tall, handsome man, grown to lx* good friend« by this I |d corousty for a year she blossom-
fection That it !s a Veritable ,
■ J *‘d into the gayest of the gav and
acanely thirty years «if an«-ent« red time—“only I have been «imuuiini,
Encyclopedia of Facts, Statls- ;
“I —I bef your pardon, sir,” fal­ very pleasantly, anil the lime of,
tics
and Events fircught
vn
her
house
became
a
centre
for
«
to
January
First,
I
BOB.
tered Lillias. all in a flutter, “but I wakidg has come at hist.”
I young officers who had been
wish to s«e Mr (ilencross-“
volume is a whole liore.v .
i “You mysterious little sphinx, • * frn^idsi of her husband.
“1 am Mr <tlencr«i»s*"
One can hardly think v .
, Il was there that Turn spent nmai
| what on earth do you moan?”
“You!" Lily r«i*v up and sal I She c«>lor«Hl and cast down her <>f tue Urn1. He dropped in during
of a question it cannot answer. It tcilr , >
all about party platforms, election sta- j
down again, coloring vivid scarlet
the morning <md discussed ttie m-w-
eyes,
tistics, the new tariff, religions of the L'
This, then, was their far off cousin,
“The five hundrvd «lollars Paul-1 esl gossip or th«1 latest magazine»
earth, population everywhere, state and £1
and how widely different from their ne—tl.ey am vet to I m 1 paid
No_ I “’»d value in f«»r a cup of 1« a in tin
government statistics, occupations of , |
dreams and fancies! Apparently don't interrupt me 1 cannot con­ | afternoon and remained till her
men, foreign matters, literature, science
saw and pitied he» painful confcs- sent to irdulg«1 your generous in«- coxy pirlur was empty save for her-
and education.
ion. for he said, politely:
I pulses I must pay vou; an«l them . self and hitu.
“May I ask in what manner 1 is no other way for me than to act k
“Ar«1 you g dug to th« a assembly
can lx» useful to you?"
a •itualion as governess or instruc tonight ? ’ ” he would ask.
“1 ant Lillias Wayland!” she an- trvss in some seminary. S... Paul- ' “Will you bo there, Tom?” Mrs. (
■we red, in a tone that was scarcely us. I have written an advertise­ (Wring had such a g aid fellowship
PRICE, postpaid b; mail,
-
25 C»-N
audible.
ment. and if you will he so kind ns way of using her friend's tirst
. Address THE WORLD, New York Ci^'.
“Wavlandl" A ahadow, faint, to take it «lown to th* office of mnv nanu-s.
“Yes, I presume so,”
vet distinctly perceptible, over­ one of the daily papers »■ < "
‘Alive it to me!“ hr interrupted. ’ “Well, then. I atn going," the lit
spread his face al that word, and
Lillias saw it with a failing heart
She placed it coutidmgly in his tie widow would reply.
She forgot the lahore«! speech of hand; he tore il dclitvratclv
- ■ ■ w in I A d that was the way th« winter
parsed. Tom running in at all hours,
palliation and «scuse that he was atripa
privileged to snmke or rea<i, tn talk
cried,
in
■maie-
ns silver-haired pal'iarvh, but a1 ”l,aulw!” she
or liMrn, the timst intlulged of all
handsome young man. aurrounded meet
her callrr*. When hit otdee* (NNM
with all the adjunct« of wealth and
“I ily, 11
MANHOOD RESTORED! iJJSaWBS
for his immediate removal to Alaa
luxury.
Hhe • emrinbered onlv y< u want
•*•*•*!<m>»»tad I um vf aewelaOwafMtwOnMiMi
i.c put th
>ent in hi*
p»H»r Charley and her own sicken
I'» ’ I'
- !_*!”*■A***Jf?“’ ’ !»•’»,..« "•«MK'Icr ¡MMR
1 pocket and went as uauul to the
"v
*1
i
>r malt
Ing idea of debt, diagrare and ruin; | nothing it
I’” •»" rill.»
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A*« >«r »». tat. • s., i .,., w
j. .
|cheery
hocus
of
Mrs.
Deering.
He
sad sinking on her knees at his
‘ You hi
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How She Paid Her Debt.
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