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you must, Fritz, arm yourself with
ai d he stood before the great door
of an elegant residence, of which coolness and eloquence ”
A knock sounded on the door.
every line exhaled wealth and good
BY ADOLPH SCHWARTZ.
But ’be house was dark—
Fro tn New York Weekly
TO BE OONTIN’CKD.
not a window disp ayed a light.
His heart l>eat a little as be rang
Fritz von Koppenfels was well the bell. With bis hand still ujon
educated, but so far had missed his the bell knob, he waited.
“At the worst, if I but give the
vocation. Me was not a bad fellow;
nevertheless, his father, Jacob von letter to another, the writing exon-,
Koppenfels, had against him 60 erates me.” he murmured.
The bell had sounded. Almost
many foolish acts upon the notch
stick that he had refused to give immediately the door opened, and
his good for nothing boy any more Fritz was drawn into the darkness
of tbe great hall. A band held
But Fritz did not allow his hair him fast.
"Fraulein Erna expects you.
to grow gray on account of this.
tO I THI? YIAl
He had a small inheritance from young sir,” said the serving man in
his deceased mother, and upon this a whisper. "Please come this way.
he for a while managed to support I will lead you. Be silent—please
life. In the meantime be busied
Noiselessly he led Fritz up the
THE S N FRANCIS- 0
himself with this and that, and
wrote much, and dreamed of litery velvet carpeted stairway. A door
HOW FRITZ WON HIS BRIBE.
FJF.TH: FRIC: OF ONE.
fame; but so little stir did*he cre I «»pencil above, the subdued rustle of
ate that he earned less than he a woman's dress was audible, a
needed for daily use. Thus one hand was laid on his. and Fritz
day he reached a point when exist- suddenly felt two soft ar^js en-
ence l>ecame yoid of interest; he twined alx»ut him. a s> ft feminine
was hungry and his money was all body clinging dost ly to his brea«t.
and warm, sweet, feminine lips laid
his bearded mouth
Discouraged, he roamed the
"Fritz, my dearest, only Fritz.”
streets of Berlin alone, and went
heard a gentle voice saving with
sauntering “Under the Lindens.”
This is an agreeable enough occu in his ear. "all is now well
pat ion when one engages in it to
assist the process of dig stion after i Oh, how fortunate I am!
Fritz began to grow w irm. That
a 'nil dinner or supper; but when a
hungering stomach and an empty there was a cruel mistake here was
purse ar* your companians—well Mu**e
bow wa* he to pro
him.«If from the
chat is a different matter.
Fritz cared little in which direc
• The young lady left him but lit '
tion he went.
tie time to decide.
"Where shall I pass lhe night?"
‘Come. Fritz!” i ihe
he asked himself again and again,
"You must be hungry and * neary
without finding any answer to the
I have your room ready for vou ’’
His landlord had that
The suit arms which held hiui
morning demanded the key of bis
within their embrace pished him
room and locked the door behind
away w:th gentle force. "Y >u will
him. He had no money and no
find supper there, also.”
Ti.cro was left him
Fritz attempted to speak.
only the right tu dr wn himself.
“Please do not talk Fritz
In a melencho y mood he left speak so loud. Papa will know
bustling b rederick street, and wan your Vvice it be hears 1L He only
dered aimlessly along uutil he this morning consented to have you
reached Kaiser Wilbalm street
here again, yielding to me. Il will
"So! I am near the piiace," he | he all right tomorrow.”
The hand left Fritz's neck, and
He took the turning by the pal ionce mon* the warm lips of the
ace. huddled himself up under his j |ady were pressed to his.
htkffzkti« J the
trtVN opened » t before
r _ 1*
button cloaely, and carting a search ' "Goodnight. Fritz; jtomorruw all ‘
ing glance into the shadows uf the will be well. |
tre« group«, muttered:
A gentle pressure pushed him
"Yonder would be a good place far ward; the door closed; Fritz was
tu sleep ”
alone in a commodious chamber
A lighted lamp stood on the table,
Fiitz hastily drew back. It was I and he looked smilingly al>out him
the first time in his life that he had
“Well, it is much neater here
been frightened. A man approach than at Mother Greensward’s out of
doors, atfd my sleep wiil be uin-e
“IKv you want to earn a thaler? *
Fritz knew not what to say.
1 aiu in pressing ileed **f,a mes
senger, and have sought one in
vain,' said the stranger. "Take
thia letter quickly to the address of
the person wlvi is awaiting it. Here
IS a thaler
Please make haste;
the matter is urgent”
IK Lire Frits had recovered from
his scare he felt the paper and the
thaler within his hand. The etran-
g*r bid already departed, lie im*
tuvdiAteiy dr.-w near the first lamp
to learn tl»e addn-ae
“Fraulein Ema S, Beargarden
street. No 10 ”
"A woman, of courae!” he said to
himself "Kier the w »man draws
Love's servic? bring« none
bad bread ”
With speed Fritz made hia WAV
restful, hr thought, glancing at a
l*ed with silken hangings.
the scene tomorrow mo’niug will Itc
comical. Holy smoke!”
tin the table was set forth a de-
lici.'U? supper. Sealing himself.
Fritz prepared to enjoy it.
“I must cyrtainiy have come to
the wrong addrtss; but. meanwhile.
Fritz, let us rat "
Win« was included in the repast. «
"This Frailein E’na must be a
practical maiden," laughed Fritz;
"on v by doing justice to this g»»»d
Iv supper can can 1 reward the • >
sweat girl fur her ki.almF».**
He ate and drank till satisfied; Ct
th n went to lx d
The early morning hid already
tl '-idrd tl>e room with gulden light <♦
when Fritz awoke. Hastily leav «i
mg his couch, he dre*«cd hit»«* If.
toward Blargarden a* reel,
"Now the cirrus will begin.” he »
bouse designated was a*. n found, thought, a li th aaxiou-ly. "N.>*
AN 0FTREPEÄTE3 STCRY Œ TRy t PHO’iTnHC??
What Chas. H. Hzckky ?. jS Done for ’,V siP
Michigan— Flow th-c r - , ?y Cloud in th- s i?'7*1
of ar» Honored lY'an wris Brushed * "
away by Science.
Frum Grand liupida, 2Ji u, E enir.3 p-.-t».
rm cl si.sa PF.ii r a .«,
•.HZ SAN FRANCIS 0
cnxs. n. HACELCT.
The most beautiful ry.st in M-j-»ko-
g n is inrer;.;-.L-y a.~; dated
the nam? cf Ha- -.b y, end i.i al! West
ern ilicl.ijan t’.-.cii ’ > r. t a r.aar- i.
ter hnovzj, and ri'i.-r-.y the riudl .3
and those inter;?'.-J in deeds ci
anthropy. 'Us i.ar -? i l.r.o-v-. ar.ad
mired. Chas. If. ilack! y 1 _ : E . a i i
th.- lumber Lu;:.. ?s cor.tinu :r: • c n_ _
1SC5, and in that time Isas a.r^.rr. i r.
fortun ?. wh: :. gjvqs 1 ; '.i £. r. ;.r.’
am:r.g the tv-?al:hy men <f
tion. Cut with wealth ti er? ¿Id r. :
c m? that lighter.ir.j cf the , i:rr?-
strings which is n<rer i’.y a marked
character!;de cf wealthy m.n.
There is no prettier spot in the ato
than Ilackley Farit in a s yiare ?rr-
- 1 ! y : • .
cmphaFidr.j; with their whitei:.s3 t;..?
preen of faultiest!}- keyt lawns, in,
crowning pride a towering a.Idlers
monument <n the t'»» cf which rtonds
a bronxe fg’.-.re relating ever in re
membrance cf t! e heroes win C i
tl -t the nation mlyht live. Surround
ing l;.i3 park ,..-? the niaL".___ : .
ll.'ddey Puttie Library—a p m ia
granite—with its G'.C i v lum-?r. and
the equally stately Hackiey raho 1.
like a b :-hive with its € t ci.ildr'.-.
Othc-r cl yant buildings testi.'y lib -
wise to tl. liberality and munificenre
cf this man who has rulkd wealth cut
of the forc-sis of Mi higan.
It is no wonder then that the : am
of Charles IT. Hach.lcy k !-« —n a
. !. IT;-, m .
• •■••n .1
r- ■ n.;-.a’.a an outlay
cf n r : :y half a r.;...;or.. I' r t" •? pest
tv.-. ; ■■ years he ) ..s t- -m a c-Estaat
ruT. r.-r from r >;r. Ida sr.d r’..t- -m.a-
t; tn, rko nuinba as cf the lower
lira! r » much so that it 1 os «erfoudy
i-'.terfe-rcd vd.h his jl asvr? in life.
For s-rr.e time past li. fr: rds have
noticed that l.e 1 as s m d to, grow
ung r- in, and to ! •.-•? recovered
be had in yruih.
To a corr ; c . i a*, c f the Press. Mr.
• r nxformnti n. a.»d to Lis friends
o have known hew he retTered. it
in 1 d a tranoformation. “I have
Cer.-d f r e» -r tw r.ty years," h
id. seated in l.is private othce, “wit
> ins in my lew r limbs s;> ueverei
that the cr.ly reii.f I cot 11 get &
night war ty ptttdrg c~!u w.d-y com-
pr'-s'-'s c-n r: •
. 1 was I -th red
r~ ’-? at - ‘ : i :5 in tie day t:m-
T: *• ii -».-ran! -' vmati; pt
ir. r-.v ¡.:
. r-:.. . ! ad I » gr-.’w
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I rr? he tl' rue t -—s
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Pi U YEAP,
,’Az' I-. a baiid-eor eight*
page paper. It is i»-u>-d every
Thurcda«, a <1 float»in» att of
t e important news of the
weak, g'.eaaed from every
ier of the globe, eouipb-te up
to date of iubi eatun. It fur.
niahre the late-t and s»o*t
market quotations, a d gives
special attenti n to hortieuL
taral and agricultural news,
and is in every resect a first-
tiass family paper. app**mi g
to the interest of every mriz.Lcr
of tbe bousenold.
HF MOKMVU CALL
(NBVBM lutll A W BBK)
is a live n>-troi-oiitsa
daily. It m th« MOSTREL1A-
BLR. and is rec>«n:ic.l as
being the LEADING SEWS.
I’ATKR >f the Pacific C»asL
E ther of the above , apers w»
id as a i»re-
tnitim «n reeel t of the follow.
iu< sub'Crlptiuj price« tor the
ÁJDiBli 1,0, Pi., K*R.
A:d ¡ùi> P.p \ P r L a ?,
. in v
to make Ilf
3 ago I’M S
to the person rutai'l-iif the ft
« >M rieritw.-iou - ia«ci!>«a ft
•iur j tbe-pr» cx-arur month. ft
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CKn PATEN FS ft
FO.i INVENIOHX and theft
-toft s o? r 1« to en- ft
< .m.r per- •:■« ■ san vent- ft
t n of r
At the tf
«»■' ti n<- we a .-;i tn ia.prvss
the fact that
h’s the Simple,
I rivial Inventions
¡‘hat Yield Fortunes
. l»»r .« •
ELKHART CARRIAGE and HARNESS MFG. CO.
Ro. i*. EaU w**°*
»■.hr« Do I nj'z H l 1
a ' I K> a,**.-«» that Hump. '
1/ Pisa." ~T its m IU>
v-r. ’ "Air lirakc." »««-
A - *t • very one eonce-'ws
a ' rigut Mrs at ► n<- ihnv oc
olh. r Whj t>..< pul >t in prac-
t‘« use? TuCH taienta may
I k » n this d rm-ton
»>ake your fortun--. Wfey nut
l^Vr.t ■ * ■* furl her tn' -rmatkxi and
a»eotxau U ms papvr.
THE PRESS CLRI«5 CO.
Hili, W. Avirett. Uea. War,
61M F Street. Northwest,
and what they l ad d/»-.
and some ca.-.s £.j «early
mine t at I
not know whME . -;.v
vrere genuine cr not --»< V‘T^n-a
wish to be i he -' •
/» ’ t ■,<1 *
cne who h^ ?"
era.a- nt profere- r i - ;
The reply I received v.
er-than the printed fe--; -
gave me faf:;-, lR t;-< - ‘
“I bc-aa Uking th.. -
them to L-e al! tl -t i-
told me t^cy wot? I 1
th r -e months before J .-,7
perceptibic bctterirumt of -
tiun. z_y dises • - t .- as Of
standing that I ui 1 i
re over;.', and wr =
reiieved. I ; ro~rc.- -
ever, tower da res:-.-.;
fart clx months tc. ’A * k
peribetiy v.-cli man.
mended the ito r à»7 »
m only t-:o rla-d t>
health throvrh ty □
wc.iueri’.i! m di.Ir. -. i
mu-.h i r what i: ! » c
Dr. Williams’ 1 ;-
F ?c. !e Lave m c: ■ tn-
frvri a’l qrarters t -»r ■> ;
F-nrl’ cf C e excelier.i r -
I',’ ihcir vs?. Zr» a-. ’■ -«■ -
ioey inntaia in a <•
t" a ekrnenis r-c’tse—- t
h-‘? a. 1 richness t • i: ■ 1
r.‘~- flattered r.—
unf. oin-^r rnecine^f.-r
ter atanlaf rar... : j--
Vitus’ dan.e, tclT.i a. r • ;
•—*— v. a of la rri;-;»»-. »
heart, pa!.-» and c ; - •
t? at tired feel;-»” r-.ful - *
cui prentration; r.Tl
from vitiated 1 --mc-j i.>
tu-'h r3 ser fek. cl r '■ •
etc. T'.cy ere r!.-o r. - -*•"
We» rrcuii r tn I •
f V ■e'.' :----- T? c _- L .. . r
cad restore tl e f w r. I .
ml rallow ebeeha. I - r <
feet a radical cur? in : 1 c_
from mental worry, e—m
cesr«»s cf whatever nati:
rvi’l effects f-T”-i -.g ’
ver.dcrful medicine, cr !
g.’ven to children vnlh j.r
a - c .