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nw " ain sense of aversion ana I self, ce of! Two Wo-i walk JPoaition about the Social 1 world but angels WISHT ! COULD. oil Tn was a German, How the Were Reversed by. Time. like you to point them heav-11- I .ZRiOorb o. of ple angels enemies the were, be a Germans boy back, little, could go WIsnt I and the fin ward, and rarchanoe to.save .th111 'Ebia her headl" ' i ; arln, France. fell head his and His eyes closed, . . o' the mlnners with a little; crocked "Ytes, sir!" " 'l.--' and atove the , DESERET, XygTiH :f' '"."' back upon the pillow, muttering yln: The person, uttering - , VIH. as I git 'eat on CHAPTER own N hear the frogsi his f command was Mr. P. Tolemy, a handmurmuring to himself in ITT.T.ATT . PUKEISHUTO CO. Forester. the The jump. th Bj of dark complexion 'V N me skeered irusser'n they was, when they tongue. woods of Grand-- , some young man aristocratic the of On the exciteedge much ' was. appearthere water Meantime, plump. hit the and of decidedly where the from spot not far doVn below. some attenTHE DIRECTORY. pre, ment and grumbling who has attracted ance, encounWlBht I could go loaflnV cross . the medder had first Gavrolles de on Blanch week Houzel stood in the porch, leaning by the sweet, tion during the last stood ,a officer, Delegate to Oonpress ..........J. I. Bawliat N feelsmellin' German the o' tered feet. his my daisies surrounded the sassy dogs, his gun, and by of the rig he drives around splendor , looking seame at 'n up storied one serwhile cottage small All the other the TEBBJCTOBULL JTICB8. ;. . interviewing Hubert and blue blood quarter. , "Wlaht I could ko back 'n be like I uter be. ward toward the cliffs. In this cot- theThe had who vants. There was but one opinion liveried lackey, aCAB!!SS WlBht I could go t'morrer, n' find 'em all the that this entertainment of one of the tage had dwelt the Houzels, fathers his Secretary . . . to attend behind sprung from but .........8. same Chief Justic several for generations, and sons, an and his an was .done unlucky . Geo. ugly, Barteh, J master and who had meekly As ttey was the day I lef V make a blearer enemy now the young keeper was its business. name: Associate Justices........... bidding, was Henry Wilton, Bmrtll. .' N Ms dear old mother always skeery at "There is but one way to serve such This is the first visit of each to on the grate, Prorecutlng Attorney . ,,. Moody and unpopular,, partly should "He cried Hubert. . canaille!" Nat MjSrlfbam I03n ehe uster wait f er me. wheneTer I was Rhode Island, but their great grandU. 8. Marshall at account of his vocation .never a pophead on the knocked been have Office Land late. lived here more :than a cenbeRegistrar fathers BjrfV2 in one Frac partly country ular ' Office any once." Receiver Land and then Wilton was the Tfliht I could look In heayea 'n see her thare cause he held his head too high and tury ago, to take me left should have "They UTAH OOMMIS8ION. educa- name of the master and Tolemy that t'day, a on himself superior went when "I I o' like prided Losaa U git a tender smile love, care of him!" growled the keeper. Houzel dwelt in the cottage, his of the servant. ofj their away: tion, Salt Lke CXr vermin." to settle how mow A. P Sorrel. . respective The reversal like it would help me to battle here with an old peasant who Bait L3 CEty Z feel sin it H. Letcbar He started and ,changed color; for only companion under-keeperomance. a like reads conditions r. social as CBtJ assisted him ficSherman before Wisht I could ro back awhile, 'n be a boy arin. his young mistress stood on the threshere lived Wilton Anthony The night after the meeting bedeHe was of hold, pale and indignant. revolution. good Houthe and the German, Blanche tween "Silence, Houzel!" she said. "If zel watched the chateau till he found scent, but did not succeed in life intil 1C1UBD COUNTT DXMOTOBT. my father were here, he would do as that Probate Jude. slaves, had retired to rest, he took to dealing in rum and I have done. Hubert go to the kitch- and every one foundation BY ROBERT BUCHANAN. laid which the a business then, with a face as black en go, alt of you." strode down to the of, the colossal fortunes possessed by as VI Continued; thunder, the CHAPTER themselves, H. W. Hawler among Mattering Sheriff.... he threw aside many Rhode Islanders Slowly and gloomily the men car- servants retired. Houzel kept his po- cottage. Entering, down Assessor and Collector...... Alma Ornwood Wilton waxed wealthy and made a by the fire, woodland sition, leaning against the porch, and his gun and sat the ried the Clerk and Recorder along prisoner . J, A. MelYlll old man, his assistant; was passage to the slave coast at one the where and the the across as thunder. up black gardens, J path, Rosea looking Wmrd gj;? time, when a raid was made on a "As for you, Houzel, you should already sitting, cleaning a rusty negro 6teps of the terrace. The door stood Coast village near where Cape Coroner. ..Sldacy Teecses wide open, with the female servants know better. You are better educa- flowling-piece y, men, and seventy-fivis Castle Well, master, what news?" asked clustering timidly on the threshold. ted, and should have more compaswere women and youths shipped the old man after a ;long silence. To their eager questioning Blanche sion." slaver. Wilton's aboard a seen had if as ghost." you made no reply, but signalled the men "You have not seen what I have "You look Among the poor wretches stolen "I have seen the German," reto push on into the hall. She led the seen 4he villages burned down, the their home to be sold into slavThe experience of China 4imes too way, and they followed her to a large people plundered, the land made deso- turned Houzel, with an imprecation. fromwas of iP. the ery lata for the present war. She' called bedroom on the first floor, communi- late by these accursed Germans. They "He. is still there at the chateau; with a small are like wild beasts of the field, And and, look you, Mademoiselle Blanche Tolemy,! the aristocratic young man her students in this country lest they cating by a folding-doo- r this story. should become Americanized aid sitting-rooelegantly fitted up asad-a should be shot down without mercy." treats him as if he were one of our- of This man was such a fine specimen a Frenchman!" selves in and of oease to be good Chinamen. Japan sort And shouldering, his fowling-pieccontaining, study, Mr. Wilton decided to domestibad!" that is "Ah! that bad, very let hers remain as long as possible. dition to the Other furniture, a small he made a movement to leave the "him rose cate and Houzel and keep him in his own Instead of replying, There is a moral in this which even harmonium. Here the chevalier had place; then, turning suddenly and en' sat and studied, or played upon the countering the eyes of his young Americans might profit by. ' began pacing to and from the glowing household. All the cargo was disposed of and chamber. instrument, of which he was very he added regretfully: "No word from the chevalier?" the slave ship returned to Providence There is one great reproach to fond. Sometimes Blanche had played "Forgive me, mademoiselle. I .with its owner, who on its arrival to to or his read at American civilization, and that is th him, feet, know I have made you angry. But I asked Andreas presently. sitting common roads of the country. Is it him aloud. Houzel shook his head gloomily, went to church to give thanks to God shall be close at hand in case you need The countrymen withdrew, and the protection. " while the other added: "If he has for his safe voyage and success atpossible that a people who are masters of art and architecture, who ha.y 9 wrjunded man was left alone in the "How foolish you are! Protection fallen, master, Mademoiselle Blanche tending it. He had been elected an with the doctor and the from a wounded man who perhaps will be an orphan. That will be bad, elder during his absence. pride in the advancement of al otiie The stalwart slave was named in waited Blanche old to are bt will die!" goinghousekeeper. public improvements, very bad!" satisfied with a system of country the adjoining room, till Dr. Huet, "I hope so," returned Houzel. "So "Yes, you are right. She has only Ptolemy, and he was taught how to roads that is behind the thoroughfares opening the folding-doorwait on his owner at cable, black his signalled long as breath lasts, these vermin are her father?" bedto to enter. her the of a century ago? 0 Approaching "Let me see," muttered Andreas, boots and do house chores. dangerous." saw still she German the The old elder promised Ptolemy side, Next morning Dr. Huet looked in, glancing slyly at the other as he lying, wasd One arm Some observant man once said that insensible in the bed. full of excitement. spoke. "How old is my young lady P" that some day he would let him go there were few revolutions in a, coun- extended on the coverlet, the other "She is 18 in January. The fifth is back to his native land. "Sharp work last night, mademoiblood had The been hidden. to?" mud and alee where had bedthe as he entered the try her fete day. Yes, nearly . 18 yearst In the next generation a son of people selle," he said, j his from washed it if under blankets. face, the pale chamber. "We have beaten back the old." leaving Probably Ptolemy married an octoroon, and in Brazilians had to shovel snow off their and distinct in all its lines; the look reconnoitering party of the Germans." "Old enough to marry, master,1' the next generation a sonof that son sidewalks and stand at the street of pain had faded, and the breathing, married a white woman, whose son is The wounded man sat propped up Andreas. corner getting their ears frozen wait- though still labored, was softer and with pillows, wide awake, and sub- suggested "You are a fool!" said the young' the present P. Tolemy, Esq., of ing for a trolley car, they would have more subdued. Blanche stood look- mitted quiqtly and without a murmur man in a tone so savage that the old Brandt, Canada. This young man inherited a big something else to do than plan con- ing at him for some moments in silent while the doctor made his examina- man almost started from his seat. to the she then turned doctor, and ructions. other pity, tion. spiracies "Who talks of marrying? Mademoiselle fortune, and being to all outward apand said, in a low voice: "Come, it is not so bad as I Banche is a child. Perhaps she will pearances a white man, although he Doctor is he much hurt? Are thought," muttered Huet. A dolt named John Lithgow who .boasts of his African lineage, he has never marry." died in Boston recently, left a will you sure he will recover?" "You thought me a dead man, mon'You are right," said Andreas. had an easy and luxurious life. Wil"Of course, if he is looked after. I sieur?" said the German, with a grave "She which the courts have properly broken Some time ago he met Harry is a saint!" to smithereens. By its terms, his es- have extracted the bullet, and care- smile. "Well, after all, I have to and learning that he was the ton, e, "Go to! She is the lady of Grand-prto $150,000, was to fully dressed the wound." tate, of the Wilton who and of thank the amounting house this you and the chevalier's only child; no lady V. 1 J J i. . Then he will not die?" ru n u m ria iikiii J r in lit V lu rn,,fi owned Your his for my life. were saint, but a peerless young lady. Yet, Ptolemy , Die? Not he. Unfortunately, I inclined to finish me countrymen their issue were-a- ll dead. Now the last night." as you say, should anything happen he was glad to hire Wilton. Lithgow boys and girls have come into cannot remain ; our own wounded reWilton was poor, the old elder's said his Huet, to the old chevalier she will be alone." "Humph!" shrugging their owi; without a bit of obligation quire my attention, and the man must shoulders. wealth having disappeared long be"Bad, very bad!" murmured Anto the old curmudgeon whose name take his chance." "I suppose I must consider mvself dreas in his pet phrase. "She will fore his generation, and he was not Doctor, I will watch him!" saidy a prisoner?" proceeded theGeriffan: have no one to too proud to hold the horse and touch they be her. protect Blanche, Quick! tell rue what to do." his and that reminds me hat to a descendant of his ances"She will have me!" returned You, mademoiselle! Impossible! the"Certainly; In these cabling days the damage to commanding officer of the district Houzel. in the former savage way. tor's slave so long as P. Tolemy paid the Florid a' orans crops will not be It is no task for you. I have given insists on removing you under guard No harm willcome to her while I am good wages. Fevereau her instructions; and unless to at- near." not nearly so serious as it would have Dame Tolemy wanted to buy the old Wifc- you your give parole will do she her best." few been a a since. There ton homestead and have Wilton then is' to escape, or to communicate years j that is different." "Perfectly; but .Tin.. If my father were wounded and a tempt T with the enemy." large stock of the fruit on hand and 'Y"rn mAtt.n fl.m nr. "hAl" as a servant in the halls of his an"Just so," returned the German, equal?" demanded the young man; cestors. safely stored, and the use of the cables prisoner," "would I suffer another's to Messina, Malta and Algiers would hands to tend him? No, doctor; my wearily. "You have my parole." while the other coughed apolInsufficient Air Supply. secure an ample supply before the place is here. Dame Fevereau is old Blanche followed the doctor to the adding, am are I "Well, you is a famous specialist in New ogetically, There right; present one gives out. Then also we and feeble; I am strong and young. door. For and her father's hers. servant, York who has performed many operaI would have some tender German might drop in for a few of the Maltese As no "Your was a she has over the little in the rest, equal for generosity tions the d enlargement of the nasal oranges the best in the woman wafceh him I love in his cruel the mark, he said, answering the ques- world!" air passages, and public speakers, hour of need, even so I will watch tion on her face. "That fellow will world. When was Houzel his at broke, day actors and singers are said to have this stranger." on be his a or in and the Before chateau. two, post, legs day watching been much benefited in consequence The Delavan house in Albany, one Very Well; as you will," said the of the oldest and best managed hotels doctor. "Goodnight, and God be with then you will be rid of him, I hope." the sun was visible in the heavens of the "reaminsr out" nrocess. tn hw The doctor's prediction turned out Blanche came forth, and found bins opinion nearly half of the people ara In the country, burned the other night you!- I shall be here some time toleaning against a tree, his eyes upon unconscious sunerers from insumcient and sixteen persons perished in the morrow, and see how the poor devil perfectly correct. Within three days deGerman rose the his from bed and the terrace. She smiled gently as he air supply, due to tortuous, mishappen flames. Just where the fault lies is progresses. " scended He stairs. the looked or constricted upper nostrils. Hesava pale saluted her, and said: So saying, with a. respectful salute, and not'apparent, but that such an appalland Houzel! You "Here carried arm his are like left in worn, again, that persons who breathe through the ing loss of life should be possible Is Huet took his leave. By this time a handwas a otherwise but and I turn wherever I shadow, sling, my mouth an unnealthy mode and on proof of criminal carelessness either night had fallen. The sun had sunk some fellow. find you." in tiie construction or management of among clouds, which presently began that gives a stupid appearance to a "Your pardon, mademoiselle," he persond at the porch, should submit to examination thel house. With, modern materials drifting up from the west before the Standing am German the "I surreplied.1 watching at once. The sargery needfal in cutand appliances such a calamity should driving and rising wind. Drawing he quietly smoked his pipe and ' be impossible. veyed the country prospect around prisoner." ; ting out the bone and membrane 1H open the blinds of the sitting-roodoes not concern that As so conhe did he became him. Surely you. Blanche saw the darkness outside was very painful, as cocaine is used to The Dakota boy, who full of a troubled glimmer, thrown by scious of a powerful "figure seated Besides heTOhasBEgiven his parole." produce local insensibility. CONTINUED. the chateau, confessed that his .employer hired him thickly falling snow, the first that had some fifty yards-froFine Oaka in Delaware. and regardto kill a man. is an exemnlifl cation fallen that year. How thankful she leaning on a fowling-piec- e Afternaon Tea.; Some of the finest .oaks in H&3 cf the danger of not reading news- felt to God that he had turned her ing him intently. Descending the were an at afternoon and They tea, German was States have their roots ttruiu the United troubled heart to mercy, and caused steps, approaching papers and keeping up with the times. He should have pleaded hypnotic in- her to shelter the helpless stranger him, when Houzel (for it was he), each held inlier delicately gloved deep into the soil of Delaware.' A fluid, which she Spanish oak, eight feet in diameter sprung to his feet and waved him hand a cup pi amber fluence, which is becoming almost as from the storm! with souvenir spoon. at the base, was cut down hear a; sipped an daintily with back She looked at her watch: then, angry gesture. preat a fad with murderers as But their technical of tea GeorgetownJ Sussex colunty a few knowledge is the matter, my friend?" What and. heart" failure with closing the window again, she rewouldhave a made tea asked the officer, quietly, in the expert's hair days since, and from this giant was doctors. The fact that the boy turned to the on stand like Fedora end, ) "I best," squared a stick of timber sixty feels French tongue. doubtless told the truth is not likely Do HouzeFs only reply was a scowl of on6 of them was saying sweetly. to serve him as v good a turn as an CHAPTER VII. long and two feet square from end to said otherthe xyou?" "now I but end. To cut, hew and haul this great when prefer ostentatious parade of occultism the The Watch-Dootherr savage dislike; because no is nicotine there Solong, a made movement fresh would have done. V stick cost $Jl. As she toward ; Fourteen mules and him,' in it." approached the bedside, she of tea brands?" ' of oxen were "Talking the started and almost uttered a cry. The keeper again ordered him back,, a.yoke a society bride flutteringly, "I it to the railroad at required to haul I see," he muttered in German. askedadore .It "was hoped that the accession to wounded man had turned upon his Georgetown. Boohoo; it's made in China, just this powor of the new president of Brazil pillow, and witheyes wide open was Iam a prisoner, after all, and The Mourner's Corner. you know." "Well, afternoon tea ia would end the dissensions and bitter- steadfastly regarding her. His ex- surly dog is my Cerberus." ' for a warbled socie me," good There isa mourner's corner in one enough ness which have characterized the nol-- pression was cold and strange, yet not Turning somewhat feebly toward ltic3 of that country for the past few altogether without gentleness.' With the chateau, he came face to face with ty bud who didn't know anything but of the cloakrooms of the national real knowledge, and wouldn't bother house of representatives and another fears, but the reports of; trouble and a low moan he moved his hand as if Blanche, who. was descending tho ter- r her wavy head with tea kinks. But in the senate cloakroom, where th ceDeiiious outDreaKs in jFarnambuco to extend it tpward her; but faint with race. He saluted hery with deep re and liio Grande do Sul refuse i to the effort, he sunk back, sighing paLti-full- y. spect, one bowed 'to him nervously, the hostess, yrhq had! served Formosa, disappointed and disgruntled congre' - : V:. eleand was passing ' by , when his voice and Souchong, and Jtiohea sighed to gate to express their dissatisfaction deny that there is a goodly-size- d think of the ignorance that some with the existing order of ment of the population opposed to the Trembling with agitation she drew arrested her. ' things. existed in social circles. De- There, it is Moraes administralSon.' The near and gently arranged the pillow statesmen 'Do not think me impertinent,frau-lein- ; times averred, gather to sit with-thof the state of Rio Grande do Sul re beneath his head. As she did so, he but may I speak to you? If so, troit Free Press, r corpses of their dead fuses to accept the terms' of the eror turned his. eyes again upon her. hopes and ambitions, and, each place I should like to thank you for the Tale of a New York Cat. is known locally as a chamber of ernment, and eighty" men have been "Fraulein " .a- - rxew iorK cat naa great service you have done me." exan quite arrestea in mo Janeiro charged with His voice was faint and sounded, as "Do not speak Of it, monsieur," she perience the other clay. It was sit- sighs. A joke or a good story is conspiring against the life of the pres if far away. replied. "I have only done what my ting on a fourth story window sill, never heard there. Do not attempt to speak, mon- father would have done; had he been when the window was closed behind it, The Parent's Dreaded Story. ehe whispered. "You are here." in its it show that the slaughter of sieur," Ita leaving ' position.; perilous "Yes," said Tomlinsok jwith a sudhere. Try to sleep.". Your father is from home, frau-lein- cries i to the neighborhood all den wo Armenians was Drutal, beastly and safe brought was There in the conversation, "my a short ' .. pause, broken tickeniner. Just to think of th the Cats in the vicinity, and they sal littleinterest is boy, German's the breathby Yes; he is with the army?1 just 5 years old. He's heavy on the pavement looking up at "their onelol 4he handed,; murder of 15,000 only oddest little fellows. but The presently he, spoke again. May God bring him back to you quondam companion, mingling theix otoer reoDle. men. women and nhild ran in ing! ' 1 mothhis The doctor was -" insenday I He should a be "thought broad daylight because they refused safely proud and cries with When she was finallj But the last of the group of audit sible," he murmured ; but I I was lis- happy man, to have so good and rescued herhers. to pay tribute to two beastlv savao-dee-olwere claws found ors could by this time be seen scamNow that we are alone, ac- beautiful a daughter." n buried in the and old governments. Think of the hacking tening. wood. He glanced round as he spoke, and pering around the next street corner to death of pleading women and inno- cept my blessing and my thanks for a block away.; .. sweet met the your who of had re charity." Houzel, His Om; Affair. eyes cent children, the murdering of priests "Hush! compose yourself," replied seated" himself, and was straining his Jbilkms Strang thatk Himan, wot and the firing of churches, and3 you Bound to Rise. the girL . "Do not excite yourself, ears to catch the words of the conver- runs a matrimonial have outrages before your eyes that Hicks the agency, Hamf atter is bound to rise Your life perhaps depends sation. xnam who should know better- - verj . were perpetrated upon the Armenians monsieur. 111 Ws hat on profession. ; rest." That was. their first conversation perfect .,"7 mo Diooatnirsty savage Turks and Wicks At any rate, he's got an ex"Perchance who knows?" he mur- during the German's convalescence. made himself liable ito prosecution fox Kurds. No Wonder thA ruHrti nhiani.n Digamy. cellent chance. He As he mured, faintly, after a moan of get any to having these outrages which he did J Wilkins So I told him, but hit lower than he is now, can't investigated 'Oh, lady ! men ar0 devils-Mloub- ly pain. very grew stronger, unless he digs uianche colder grew ar,i answer was: Business is business. a hole in and devils in such crnci times as these; more rapidly, the crawls into ground ' distant; Seeding, in spite of hei- - ruck. 3Is5a Cfo -- -. well selected stock a! SHEEP MENS and of MINERS', SUPPLIER, consisting' of GR0CE 1ES, HARDWARE, etc., at. DRU Ml SPRINGS, in the Detroit Mining Disteict. , ' , ' A. LIcBiirney has Just opened . n J, Llrs. , ,t ; j An inspection of stock,.and prices it earnestly solicited. j ' MRS.JJ.IU MoBURNEY. only-tenant" Good News ForitFarmera ' , -- , s s That Winte7Night JULr5t MNSSfSiJ Money eanibe borrowed on Real Estate. Apply to oasis." to-da- y. e. great-grandfath- er m, e, j mis-tres- s, 1 H. 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