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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 16, 1889)
M c M innville ,
oreg - on .
F riday ,
august 16. 1889.
I tun» of the menu,
“No, no, not now, take me away first” her arm as she sadly added :
A LITTLE EPISODE.
Ilia family were lieing entertained in
it is understood that
“Very well my poor child, we will go.”
Scotland this spring, and among tlie
“There is no use in anything.”
Warner Miller, who only accepted the
Cecil Bell’s father had been dead some
They left the next morning on an early
“Isn't there?” said a love-laden voice; other guests was the Earl of Fife, wl.o
president’« invitation to dine after much
time, and besides the sorrow incident to train, and were cozily settled in Mrs. and she felt herself snatched from the has all along lieen looked upon as oneef
delay and hesitation, was astounded to
hiA demise, they (Mrs. Bell and Cecil) Bell’s sister’s country home before noon. fencerail into the «belter of a loving, pas the rini-e’* set, and rather fast. Tlie
find that he was caller! upon to meet the
discovered the disag:eeable fact that the
Cecil felt a sense of security, and sat sionate embrace.
parts devoted one of the days of their
president's squalling grandchdd and to
little income they still enjoyed was en gazing over the sloping fields at the dis
She rested for a moment in this intox stay to trout fishing, and went into tie
have his conversation interrupted and
tirely insufficient to support them.
tant line of woodland.
icating |K>sition, then attempted to draw mountain fasttiease* in search of their
his brightest remarks punctuated by ex
After due deliberation they decided on
She could not think, but dim recollec away.
spoit. The morning had been delight
clamations and outcries from so unusual
typewriting as the thing, and in pursu tions of the happy past and blissful
“What is it, Cecil?” asked Philip.
ful. but up to lunch lew fish had lieen
an adjunct of a state dinner as this scion
ance of this scheme Mrs. Bell paid $t)0, dreams of the future, which had then
She simply looked into his eves, her taken. The al frrvo meal over, it was
of the house of Harrison.
and Cecil devoted four months to study. possessed her entire lieing, flitted and expression conveying a world of re decided to fish for another hour before
But without going any further into the
kj - v m
j per paragraphs, winch before had been
At tlie end of that time she was profi
, passed as nt trifling consequence, Ijegan detaiis ol the situation at Washington, it cient, and answered an advertisement for wavered though her brain occasionally, proach. But lie only held her the tighter. returning to the castle. Isinl Fife and
accompanied by nervous shuddering* at
“That was all a mistake, darling. Tlie Princess Louise wandeiedoff down tlie
may be said that general testimony is to
the mere idea of what might have hap lady was James Dickson's wife, «hose stream, accompanied by her <ha|ieronc,
LOAN BROKERS. NOTARIES PUBLIC AHO SEARCHERS OF RECORD.
the effect that official life at the white
The advertiser proved to be a Mr. Phil
' concerning the shabbiness of the White house, is run down at the heel. It is Dixon, and when he had seen Cecil’s pened had not that terrible woman told office is in the next building. I never one oi the ladies in waiting, who, being
dreamed you were deceived, and thought fair, fat and foitv, tired of the rocky
house and how American servants bad slouchy, slovenly, and bears every evi fine, frank face he knew at once that her all.
“What could have lieen his object?” it a good joke.”
walk, ami sat down to rest for a few inc-
been discharged and English servants ta- dence of the president's cheese-paring there was no necessity for further inter
she would murmur. “There must be
They referred to tow n I bat same day, nients, confident that her charge would
i ken in their place, because of the saving proclivities. When relations come to view«.
some mistake—there must be. But no I and the wedding took place as announced. soon return. She had taken some bitter
| in wages thus reenred, were regarded visit him it is said that instead of enter
Cecil entered upon lier new duties in
beer at lunch, and had topped it off with
w ith more interest by politician in New taining them at the Washington hotels her usual cheerful way, and everybody ought to be thankful that she came in —Salnrdafi Xighl.
champagne, iced in the mountain stream ;
I York and people w ho heard the Brooklyn he has cots put up in some of the white who saw the trim, quiet figure, envied time to save me.”
But that was impoHsible. While she
she was wearied and gently nodded and
story than they would have been if that house apartments never intended for Mr. Dixon.
could not be blind to the dreadful posi
soon was fast asleep, Iler awakening
story had never gained any currency. bedrooms. For the sake of a few dollars
That gentleman himself being shrewd,
was sudden and confusing, tine of the
Curiosity concerning Mr. Harrison’s per the president cannot refrain from trans- was well aware of Cecil’s gook points lie- tion from which she had been rescued,
gillies or hunting servants) was shaking
K. i:. noli ma.
II lltltlSON'S I'ARSI MtJN Y.
sonality in the direction here indicated orming the white house into a house of vond the exquisite beauty which a mere she could not he very grateful for that
J. F. CAI.BREA TH.
The announcement, totally unex her roughly, and telling her to hurry up,
which hail wrung al! hope from her
lodgings, and other economies of his
pected, of the engagement of Princess
Eccentricities that was stimulated ; questions were asked of have been of the same undignified casual observer would have noticed.
Calbreath & Goucher.
as a Scxtcli mountain mist >• as falling
Washington people and Indianapolis peo
He was a bachelor and quite a social notes in her heart’s diapason to minor Louise of Wales to tlie Earl of Fife, fol fast. She was buriied to tlie carriages,
Astonish* His Friends.
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
lowed almost immediately by their mar
i The impression is growing day by day Harrison’s character were adjusted in at the Denison house in Indianapolis, favorite, but after Cecil gave him permis tones of unspeakable sadness.
w.liere the rest of the party were gath
M c M wnvili . b ,
O regon , i I
sion to call the circles he had frequented
A flush of anger sometimes mantled riage, has caused a good deal of surmise ered, and hustled in: and away they
that Ben Harrison, who was elected accordance with the new information ob and who attended to the cutting and
often missed him.
(Office over Braly’s Bank, i
her face at the foul manner in which she on the part of those outside the sacred went toescape the dreaded mist, denser
trimming of Harrison’s beard for a mat
president of the United States last fall, tained.
At first he had merely thought of her had been treated, but with it came the pall of English loyalty. Suggestions of far than any lx*ndon fog. She was sev
is economical to a very extraordinary de
In Washington it must be said that
all Kinds have been rife; though the
S, A. YOUNG, M. D.
eral miles on her wav, when she lic-
gree. Indeed, some |ieople who have they knew Mr. Harrison pretty well be tion at the white house with a $1,000 or as a sweet, industrious little thing, but debasing thought, “I love him still,”
Mrs. Bell returned to town in a few English press, with the terror of punish thouglit her of her royal charge. In
had personal relations with him go so fore he came there as president of the $1,200 a year salary attachment, and it is
Physician & Surgeon.
ment for treason overhanging it, dare
added, are bound to make a profound days, saying to Cecil as she left:
quiry elicited the fad that neither «he
far as to intimate that he is a pretty United States, lie had served as a sen understood that in the intervals of his
O reiiox . mean man. And this kind of testimony ator, and during the years of liis previous duties he acts as the president’s valet impression on a man, especially if he is
“Come as soon as you can, my child.’’ not give expression to what was in the nor the Fail of Fife were of the party,
Before going home Mrs. Bell called for minds of the English public, acquainted and that they must have lieen left on tlie
Office and residence on D street. All doesn’t come from democrats, either. It residence had succeeded admirably in and personal barber without additional
calls promptly answered day or night.
young girl who had been their only with the amorous wannth of the Guelph mountain. The mist had come down,
comes from way-back republicans, dyed giving his habits of grasping penurious compensation.
ship Mr. Dixon found himself very much servant, and together they went to the blood. Twenty years ago the name of and was |ierfectly tiew ild, ring even
in the wool and a yard wide, who worked ness an advertisement of the widest and
Perhaps for the sake of the general ap
the bride’s father, the Prince of Wales,
in love, and in the meantime Cecil had house.
31 ICH Al X
where tlie carriage* were. Tlie guides
for Harrison’s election, spent their time most exhaustive character. The Wash pearance of our chief magistrate, no ob
was synonymous with that of a continued
declared it impossible to return even on
and their energy and their money like ingtonians,especially among those whose jection should be made to this arrange
Practicing Physician and Surgeon, water and had abundant opportunity to business or w hose tastes connected them ment. Possibly it would be a fortunate i ight character and gentle manner.
and a folded bit of pa|>er met their gaze. roue and profligate. To have her name foot. It was impossible to find the way
Several of the cards liore the name of associated with his, meant moral, if not till the mist rose. The Prince of Wales
reach fairly accurate conclusions con with the houses of congress, remembered thing if he could get hold of a journey
“Philip Dixon,” and the note was in his social ruin, to any lady upon whom lie with one or two others remained behind
cerning the personal characteristics of how the humble pages had been in the man tailor of taste and ability on some
was disposed to look with favor. The
sigh for affinities—I’liilip Dixon asked handwriting, and read:
to go to the rescue, il an opportunity of
the min from Indianapolis.
habit of referring to the senator from what similar term. The shabbiness of
Story of his volunteered appearance as a
fered, while the carriages went on to the
And what they say is cordially in Indiana, how meanly he had always of his clothes is notorious, and the rea
excited to realize her complete happiness am surprised at finding you out, and still witness in the Mordaunt case is well castle.
dorsed and confirmed by Gen. Harri treated them, and how the most agile oi sons for it were made [»erfectly clear in a
The mist di<l not rise till daybreak
son’s old-time companions in arms. them were invariably laggard when Har series of interviews with the Indianapolis
home. Why did you leave so early yes wife for divorce on the grounds of adul
What blissful days followed—what de terday?
next morning. Soon after an anxious
These old soldiers know him, of course, rison clapped his hands.. They never trades|>eople printed in the World last
Iliad planned a pleasant little
II hs tne most complete stock of names» in the “down to the ground” fashion
evening. Iloiie you are not upset by the
father diseoveied his daughter ami larnl
expected anything from him, and their year. It was shown then that he was
Clyde, and others unnamed. In the
in the county’. At present 12 set oi sin
Fife last asleep on the hank of the moun
that men know a man with whom they expectations were never disapointed. shabby in his attire not because he was mention the delicious, quiet little even little episode of yesterday
Y'ours, “P. 1>.’’
gle harness, hand made, in prices
evidence it was adduced that these gen-'
have lived in camp, and they all talk Frequently they were dispatched on long careless, but because lie had a deep-seat ings often spent by themselves, which
tain stream, like babies in the wood.
ranging from $12 to $30, and S
frankly of how cold blooded and how pe errands to save a dime for the senator ed objection to spending money for de were mostly devoted to forecasting bliss
set of team harness as cheap
Mrs. Bell’s black eyes flashed and her almost constant visitors at her house They had little but their every day
nurious he used to be, and how unpopu from Indiana and the shrewd little fel cent and pro]X»r clothes. W. I>. Seaton, yet to come.
clothing, ami lay in close pioximity for
fairly stood on end.
during Sir Charles absence«. When tlie
AS ANY PLACE IN THE COUNTY lar he was in consequence. The poli lows remembered these jaunts and when Mr. Harrison’s hatter, who does business The wedding was soon decided upon,
mutual warmth, the night being chilly,
fact of Sir Charles Johnston’« and Mr.
ticians and tradespeople of Indianapolis Harrison summoned them they all en at 25 North Pennsylvania avenue, Ind and Cecil was deep into the mysteries of ent day called a little episode?
dead to all the world but themselves;
I'an I m - seen on tlie hooks in iny shop.
Cole’s adulterous guilt was proved be
her pretty little trousseau.
I have competent workmen employed tell countless stories tending to confirm deavored to be extremely elsewhere. ianapolis, related bow he had been wear
She crushed the note in her hand and yond question, the public feeling became and never dreaming of an aw akening.
It was after 5 o’clock of her last day at
to <lo all kinds of repairing and to make and establish this rather unfavorable es Those who were acquainted with the ing a silk hat for two years and he liad
I hey tried to keep it quiet; but it could
any harness ordered. I also keep a full
the office, and, having nothing to do and sat down to think, while her maid lighted very strong, that tlie peculiar laws not lie done. It was soon whispered
stock of oil and rnblrer robes, lap robes, timate of Mr. Harrison’s personality, senate chamber during Mr. Harrison’s not purchased the hat with his own mon
horse covers, saddles, etc. A full line of; and Washington abounds with similar term were well acquainted also with the ey. It was the satisfactory outcome of
everywhere. When her most gracious
ed itself she had lormed a plan.
being compelled to attend either as a co
ras for repairs constantly on hand.
majesty, Queen \ icloria, came to know
anecdotes, although the president has senator’s economies in the direction of an election bet and had cost $5 when it pretty chin in her hand, thinking of her
She might be a helpless woman, hut respondent with them, or as a witness
been living there but a few months. As midday meals and how he almost de was new. The hatter said he hadn’t been coming marriage and the great happiness she would call on Mr. Dixon and ascer
of it, her command came, firm and im
for New York, the two or three visits he pended on Senator Sewell of New Jersey, able to sell him a straw hat that season that had glided into her life.
placable, that marriage must follow.
were an abuse of justice; but they were
“How happy I am!” she murmured, a tain liis definition of a little episode.
has made us since the inauguration have for the wherewithal to refresh the inner because Mrs. Harrison had come into
Ten o’clock the following morning so explicit that no steps could lie taken The tears and pleadings of the Prince**
furnished material for comment in the man. Tho senator from New Jersey kept his store with a Mackinaw straw hat and
of Wales were unavailing—there never
lloiisf. Sign, anti Oniiiiiit'iilal Paiiter clubs among local statesmen, all tending what is euphemistically described as a wanted him to clean it and when he told Hearing footsteps, she straightened up found her ascending the stairs to his of against him. At this juncture his royal was any love lost lietween the two. Tlie
highness appeared in court, and asked
to establish Mr. Harrison's reputation jug of “cold tea’’ in his committee room her he couldn't do it, she went some in a business-like way, and arose to as
M c M innville , O regon .
Philip Dixon half «at on the edge of his the chief justice of England for the priv Prince of Wales, owing to his reputation,
lor a picturesque parsimony on a firm ami an attractive free lunch of crackers where else and got the laundering done
ami Lord Fife lieinghis b on companion,
ilege of testifying. It was accorded.
a line-looking, well-dressed woman ad desk as Mrs. Bell entered.
and lasting foundation.
could not well interfere, and so. in short
and cheese and chipped beef was kept in that was necessary Mr. Seaton conclud
Her face was flu«hed, and lie attributed He swore that bis intimacy with Lady
So far as this sort of thing is concerned, connection with this liquid tonic, and it ed his interesting narrative by saying
order was consummated a ceremony,
Paper Hanging anti
Mordaunt was that of a friend, and that
Carriage Painting. New York, Washington and Indian soon became the acknowledged course that Gen. Harrison always took his old “Is my husband in!” she asked, eye “All, good morning, Mrs. Bell! I am on no occasion whatever had it ap which may, if certain contingencies oc
apolis, are thoroughly in accord. They’ of procedure for anybody who wanted to hats with him, although when he was
cur, make the Lari of F ife prince consort
Prompt Attention to Orders from may differ aliout base ball matters, and find Harrison, and did not find him at done wearing them they weren’t of no ing Cecil’s attractive form with great as delighted to see you. Please lie seated.” proached to lieing criminal. No cross to a future queen of England; or Ilia
Mrs. Bell stood glaring at him, wonder examination was asked for; and the heir, if such issue he has, a true son of
the president, by the way, is an admirer his desk, to make a bee line for the loca use to anyone.
“No, madam,” answered Cecil; “but ing if he were completely lost to all sense chief justice dismissed him from the the “braes ami burns o’ bonnie Scot
of the national game, and New York tion of this simple, vet gratuitous, refec
Gen. Harrison’s shoemaker, who does
stand in words which have become his land. ’— Mandarin in Welcome.
if you will tell me his name I might give of decency.
M c M innville national bank . may down Washington and Indianapolis tion.
business next door to his hatter, vouch
“Pray, madam, be seated, and tell me torical: “Your royal highness, I dis
These and other matters of a similar safe the information that Gen. Harrison you some information.”
and keep them at the tail end of the list,
miss you front the witness box. Yon
“You must know that it is Dixon if why I am thus honored.”
but so far as furnishing evidence in import are so well known and understood I wore about one pair of shoes a year, and
“I called, sir,” she began, severely, are to day the greatest perjurer in Eng
Transacts a General Banking Business.
demonstration of Mr. Harrison’s nig* in Washington that when Mr Harrison that sometimes they were resoled as fre you are employed here, as seems to lie
How long have you been “to learn your definition of a little epi land—or the one most perjured about.”
Olive Login Sikes is one of the |ieople
came there in liis latest role as president quent as three times. His Indianapolis the case.
President........................... J. IV. COWLS gardly characteristics the thiee towns
With niaturer year« I e has ceased to be who brave the terrors of u summer in
Vfce President............LEE LAUGHLIN
"About four months,” gasjied poor
“Ha, ha, ha,! That was very funny, so notoriously and publicly wanton ; but Washington. Her years are carried well,
.or the present situation of affairs, which shirts for his own use and replenished his
Cashier......................... CLARK BRALY tail-encers in the league contest, how
’t it?” he interrupted, laughing the exclusion of our own Miss Chamber- and in her waning forties she looses notl.-
ever, leading New York by several
stock very infrequently. And his tailor
lain from society after having been ing of her distinguished ap|H*arance,
breath to speak. “But isn’t there some heartily.
Sells exchange on Portland. San Fran lengths and a very small jiercentage. bily dressed president, a shabbily con
tendered similar testimony. He buys
cisco and New York
Mrs. Bell was ho enraged that she favored by his notice in a pronounced though there is present the ndi|>oHe that
Indeed, the English language lias been ducted white house, shabby horses and cheap clothes and has them cleaned and mistake?”
Interest allowed on time deposits.
“Mistake! No doubt. But not as far wanted to grasp him by the throat, and way; and the standing which was ac makes so many distinguished women,
exliaus ed long ago in repeater! attempts carriages, a very shabby menu and the renovated time and time again. And so
Office hours from 9 a. in. to 4 p in.
at adequate characterization. A Wash whole aspect of matters embellished and the story goes on and it is not wonderful, as I am concerned,” said the angry wo after several vain efforts to shape a sen- corded Maty Anderson after the public like Lillian Russell and Fannie Haven-
ington paper sallies into the Scotch vo festooned with economical eccentricities therefore, that Mr. Harrison is one of the man, advancing a step, “Perhaps you tence at last controlled herself by a mas rebuff which she gave to his advances, poit martyrs in their old age. Olive Ix>-
proved that his favor to a woman is gan is a lucky woman. The round,
cabulary and refers to the president as of the most diverse and bewildering seediest-looking men in Washington, so are innocent, but 1 advise you to seek ter eflort.
“Mr. Dixon I am unable to favorably fatal to her leputation as honest and vir strong face, crowned with its wealth of
“near.'' Another journal intimates that kinds. The soft carpjts which were far as dress is concerned, and likely to other employment.”
And after a scornful look at poor, be- interpret your intentions, and I demand tuous. The story of his connection with gray hair, is a decidedly happy one. The
he M “close,” but after all lie is more characteristic of the house during the remain so. Anri people don’t object to
the Jersey Lily, whom he first made old lace and rare curious jewelry speak
time the house was under the control of it so far as Mr. Harrison personally is wildered Cecil she swept grandly out an explanation.”
Next session begins on ^Monday. the Ittth
fashionable, Miss Wards, and many of a luxurious but refined taste Olive
Washington who deal in the charlotte
concerned. They declare witli li a great
of September, lsssi
Free scholarships from every i-oanty in russe anil the bon-bons of the dictionary given place to cheap and tawdy mattings, deal of justice that his dressing well and scription of his assistant—a plain woman, if any explanation is due it should be of others, are as numerous as the chron Logan ia the kind of a woman that one
certainly 35 or more.
■the State Apply to your County Superin
could love even after she grew old, anil
fered to me,” he leplied, gradually as icles of Moses.
F ree tcitiox after .1 tx. 1. IKS*». s|ieak of him as penurious or niggardly and these are used not* only to cover the handsomely is something he owes to the
that is very much to say when one real
Four Courses : Classical. Scientific. Lit or parsimonious. But, after carefully
position he occupies and to the appear
envied when lie met the irate dame.
erary ami a short English Course in which reviewing all expressions of opinion, the ed into service for stair coverings. The
“And should a mother, whose daugh Guelph blood circled in the veins ol the ises the edge of Victor lingo's sarcasm,
there is no Latin, Greek. French or German.
Cecil sunk into the chair, all her ho|>es ter lias been deceived by a married man, other members of Queen Victoria's fam “There will always lie a plenty of old
The English is pre-eminently a Business conclusion is reached that the great ma main flight of stairs, which is climbed bers of the diplomatic corps. And his
shattered, and tlie hitherto immaculate make an explanation to the unmitigated ily, it did not liecome matter of public women.”
For < 'atalogues or other informa jority of people, who refrain from going daily by numbers of oflice-seekers and
carriage, by the way, when he drives out,
scandal among the males ; and did not in Olive Logan made her debut in journ
to the length of characterizing Mr. Har others is covered by a strip of twenty- is very much in keeping with bis clotlies, object of her youthful de-otion was lie- scoundrel ?”
notice until IL R. II. Princess Lou alism at tlie age of 12 years, when her
rison as a mean man, admit that lie is
and has been the subject of endless com mass of deceit and corruption.
ise lieeame infatuated with one of her contributions began to apjiear in the New
that little occurrence?”
stingy. And after having made this it has been there but a very short time. ment ami criticism in Washington.
Tlie office clock chimed (> and brought
“If you refer to the shocking scene in tutors, the Reverend Mr. Townsend. Yoik /’er««, then edited by that ditty,
confession they go on to tell stories The government pays for this matting,
The stories which come from Indian her to a sense of her surroundings. She
this office last week which has nearly Indiscretion in a male can lie condoled; gin drinking cynic, Henry Clapp, the
alioiil Mr. Harrison which go to show and there is no reason why it should not apolis with reference to Mr. Harrison’s
sprung up with a l.unted, frightened ex driven my daughter mad, you are wrong. with a female, even a royal female, it is most learned and brilliant of the Belie-
.ypewntlng. Penmanship, Correspondence, Bu* that solely on account of his conspicuous he of good material, except that the pres cheerful and consistent parsimony may pression, hardly able to realize all that
fatal. With the taint no royal male of niiaii*. Since then the amount that site
We were undeceived.”
■ess and Legal Forms firactlcally taught at th talents for saving he is clearly entitled 'o ident has an insane fondness for cheap be numbered bv the score. Here is an
Portland Business College. a position among politicians and st ites- things. The same spirit of parsimony of example: Just before the Chicago con had befallen her. She looked at the “And that is the reason of Cecil’s dis equal standing would wed the princess; has written and the widely differing *nb-
The thorough work done In each ot our sever«
clock, a weary, abstracted gaze, showing appearance?” he asked, a new light shin there was no German lordling upon ietls she lias tom lied upon me bewilder
lepartments has given this institution a reputs inen somewhat similar to the one occu course dictated the laying of strips of vention Chairman Huston, of the repub
plainly that she could not bring her ing in liis eyes.”
whom a choice could fall. Matters ing.
ion such as but few schools attain, securing r pied among financiers by Russell Sage. linen crash across the east room carpet
lican state central committee, undertook I thoughts to cope with anything so me
lundreds ot our graduates profitable employ
Iler strong, active nature lias been
“Isn’t it enough?” cried Mrs. Bell, ut looked serious ; when it was remembered
Knt. both as book-keepers and stenographer«
The first time New York was given any during public receptions. A contingent to secure the attendance of the Tippe
Klents admitted at any time. Catalogue tree
to her two sons, Edward and
intimation of Mr. Harrison’s economical of ushers is furnished with tlie crash, and canoe club in the interest of Harrison,
A. P. ARMSTRONG, Principal, Portland, Or.
“Six o’clock,” she murmured—“fi
“Yes, as it appears to you. But did’nt evinced a penchant for the priucess. John Itotlglas lie Lisle, who are connect
tendencies was when he came on here they instruct the representatives of the and a meeting was called and the subject
Cecil know that James Dickson had the That wily old politician, the queen, at ed w ith the piess of Paris and l/mdon,
during May and was tendered a public great public at intervals something after discussed by the veterans.
office occupying a corresponding position once grasped the situation, and by a and who are doing rematkably clever
reception at the Brooklyn Club. A crov.il the following fashion:
number declared that they were not in ed more sharply.
to this in tlie next building of this row ?” [ ronnnaud, brought about the marriage woik The «evict of the mother's suc
circumstances that would justify a trip
Sample rooms in connection.
Mrs. Bell gazed into his face, seeing i —thus, by one master stroke, getting cess lies in her activity and her bravery.
at the handsome club-house to welcome crash! Don’t walk on the carpet!”
to Chicago if they had to pay their own
rid of her family difficulty, and making Olive Ixigan has the coinage of her con
This is a sjieciinen of economy at bills, and it was finally decided that the back before now. I cannot, must not, the stamp of truthfulness.
him and do him honor. There was a
Is now fitted up in first class order.
“Did Cecil really think I had a wife? 9»> ” tier regime popular with her people, by nections, and in everything even to her
good deal of handshaking and champagne Washington under a republican adminis matter should bo laid before Harrison, see him again,” and she rushed to the
closet which contained her hat and wrap. he asked, stepping directly before Mrs. the first marriage of a subject to a prin literary style—a daring that welcomes in
Accommodations as good as .can be drinking, and finally the chairman of the tration. The crash, of course, costs more who was very anxious that the club
She turned the knob-with nervous fin Bell.
cess of the royal blood.
novations and |>iesses on to a future that
house committe began to pass around than is represented by any possible dam should go as a body. John M. Tilford
found in the city.
gers, grasping the door for support as
shall lie better than the past.— Walking-
boxes oi Perfecto cigars. They passed age to the carpet, just as the matting and Isaac Taylor, respectively president
she encountered her wild, pale leflection
S. F. MESSINGER, Manager.
waiting life as companion to her mother, ton I 'orrrrpoudriit Telephone-flegieter.
“Where is she?”
from one man to another, each gentle will prove an extravagance in the long and secretary of the ciub, held a confer- 1
I in the mirror on the closet wall.
and constantly subjected to all her
“At her Aunt Jane’s”
man helping himself to a single cigar, of run because it is so soon worn out. It is ence with Harrison, in which the im- I
Her brush and comb were there, but
| whims, what wonder is it that lave,
THH NADJY BAR!
lie looked at his watch, then at
course, until they reached the hands of cheap, however, very cheap, and that is pecunious condition of come of the mem
they did not come in contact with the Bell.
which laughs at locksmiths, made her
IX THE COOK HOUSE.
the head of the nation. Now Mr. Harri a sufficient recommendation for our cur bers was referred to and Harrison was
soft, curly bangs on that sad day.
easy victim Io the wiles of a Regent
Stocked with the Choicest Wines, Liq-
told that it would cost |500 to pay the
She adjusted her hat and wrap with I can catch the 10:30 tram,” he said.
¡street diy goods salesman; and that
ors and Cigar»—Domestic and Imported.
As for the president's dinner-table, it expences of the members of the club
dealei in Indianapolis may be trusted, is
lightning rapidity, and after several inef
And before she realized his intentions, : having burst the Ixmnds of royal re-
TTKe Ba»t ZBaur ixx tKe Citsr for smal 1 cigars, and liis cigar dealer de is said to be the barest and most unat who were not able to go under other cir
I straint in loving him, she burst the
scribed with great particularity to a tractive seen in the White house for cumstances. Contrary to expectation, fectual clutches at her gloves, started she was alone in the office.
WM. MARTIN. Proprietor.
Cecil on this same day had wandered j bounds of decorum in following up her
World correspondent last summer the many a long year. Those who have Harrison received the statement with the
kind of small ten-cent cigars which Mr. dined with him and afterwards dined at utmost nonchalance possible and did not I j “The last time!” she soliloquized, gaz. off toward the wood, her undefined de ■love. She was offered to all tlie m*r-
I ing fondly back into the office with tears sire being to get as far as possible from i riageable royalty of Europe in vain, and
Harrison is in the habit of smoking. The Chamberlain’s declared that here is ab offer to contribute one cent to the pro
I as none seemed disposed to wed a coun-
passed solutely a case where one thing reminds posed trip. The club had another meet i in her eyes.
But she forced the flood back, set her
Her Aunt Jane stood by tlie window, i ter-jumper’s flame, a Deva r.i marhiaa,
around at the Brooklyn club were not you of another because it is so different. ing and was urged by Harrison to go to
and Jeweler. • small cigars and therefore presumably Tlie meat and vegetable markets of Chicago in a body if possible, but in none teeth firmly together, and, calling it a watching Cecil’s graceful figure over the i in the person of a “wee, wee German
fool’s paradise, went away.
I lair lie,” yclept Prince Henry, of Batten-
hill, when the bell rang.
Qexler in *11 Kinds ot Walch«, jewelry. Plated Ware. not to Mr. Harrison’s taste, but evidently Washington seem to have about as little of the negotiations did he so much as of
Nevertheless, her lips quivered, and a
She opened the door, and there stood bnrg, was commanded, who was willing
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to assume her and her ducats as liis. It
son's taste is rather an elastic affair, be possible and keep up any connection at result was that only about half of the tear escaped and stole down her cheek. Peilip Dixon.
“For heaven’s sake my child what has
“Good afternoon !’’ he said, cheerily. ¡ensured him a good fat living for the
cause apparently to his own greet satis al). President Harrison has a pretty club attended the convention, and each
I term of his natural life. Blit the British
faction and the mild astonishment of ev skillful cook in Mme. Pelonard, who pre of these paid his own expenses, though happened?” exclaimed Mrs. Bell, as Ce “Is Cecil here?”
public were disgusted: and the press,
erybody in the neighborhood the repub sided over the cuisene of the ill-starred some of them were not in a condition to cil entered the cozy sitting-room with a
After he had explained affairs to her servile to royally as it is. did not scruple
lican president thrust his open hand into Sackville, but even a first-class French do so except at inconvenience to them tired, lagging step and ghastly face.
selves and their families. Even among
“It’s all over, mamma!” sobbed Cecil | i the lady said:
to make Prince Henry the object < f con-
tiuorl-rirf all descriptions moved and care - the cigar box, when the box finally came cook cannot do much unless she has the friends of the president this example
“There she is now, just disappearing : tinnal inuendo.
ful handling guaranteed.
of selfishness is commented upon un
“What? tell me all, Cecil!” taking over the hill.”
Collections will lie made mouthy.
The hurried lietrotlial and wedding oi
drawn it was seen to be full of the fra l ovens, and Mme. Pelonard seems to be favorably and is regarded as characteris
Hauling of ad kinds done elieap^** grant weeds, which collection he speedi ' suffering from such lack of material as tic of the man. Those who went to Chi I Cecil in her arms.
, Pt incess Ixiuise of Wales, in direct sue-,
“I’ll follow her.”
Cecil walked slowly on, and paused as cession to the English throne, to a sub
ly transferred to both upper vest pockets. i this. But the statesman who have dined cago, in some instances, did so at serious | “He—I can’t say his name—has—a
inconvenience and great expense, while
j she gained the fence which bounded the ject with memories of these things green,
Of course the story of Mr. Harrison's ; with Harrison since he became president Harrison was able to pay their expenses ' wife—already.”
Of Portland, formerly of this city, lias
“What do you mean my darling?”
gave rise to considerable surmise. Tlie
wood, as if in doubt.
unique cigar grab promptly found wide do not complain so much of the poverty without any inconvenience whatever.
bought out Chee Wa, and will do
All of w hich suggests the interesting
Tlii- |»>wder ni-' < r vane ;. A marvel of
“She came to the office this afternoon
circulation, both in Brooklyn and New of the menu and of the dainty dishes
She leaned over the top rail, peering ; English press dare not give expression
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purity, -trength anil win>!<•-'■ iim - iiv « More
inquiry whether a man who is capable
for bls patrons. He also contracts for la York, and those who knew of Mr. Harri ; which are put forward as they do over of higgling over two cents is capable also and said—she didn’t think—I was inno I into the dense, quiet forest, aryl said to , as to what was matter of common re ei-onomical than the ordina y kinds. and
An English letter lately received cannot lie sold in eonqicUtion with multi
Place of business, foot of Fourth son’s taste in cigars came naturally to the fact that Baby McKee is served with
cent! Oh, mamma, take me awav to. I herself:
St. A share of the public patronage is so the conclusion that his taste was never each White house dinner more regularly of conducting the national government Aunt Jane’s,” said Ceci! hysterically.
tude of low test, short weight attlni or tibo«-
correspondent throws a light on phatc
licited Work guaranteed as good and as
powder. Sold only in t ans. R ovai .
Her pretty head dropped listlessly on
B ikin Powmca < o , lofi Wall St., Ji. Y,
li eap as anybody
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ing, and that lie only liked small cigars
when lie paid for them, and that when
lie secured them for nothing larger cigars
suited liis purpose perfectly well.
New York’s attention having been
called to Mr. Harrison’s financial peculiar
ities alter this somewhat unexpected and
interesting fashion, the experiences of
other cities with the chief magistrate im-
A. E. Wood.
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