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tni tx. v ' hen the company had gathered,
we all started for the lake. Tin; SI. Clair
girla were line lookiii-.;. sensible and fall of
lite, tieore. tlieir Itrother, was just bud-J
li:ir into manlio.f.1, jttid was iirepari.iL,' for , smooth surface of some broad neighborly
admission to the bar. Nellie () ltork was stones that lav plentifully around beneath
lively brunette, saucy and ready for mis- the shade of spreading oaks. The trees
chief. Johnny was the wit of tin part-, were jjorj?eous in tlieir rich Autumn tints,
making us laujh at his ori-inal witticisms! and formed a rainbow roof to shelter us.
in spite of ourselves. The yoiin- lady who ; The carpet was woven liv dame Nature her
was visit in? th. (VKork's w.e; a ftishionar i self, and was jjrreen. sort and velvety. There
ble hello and a languid beauty. j were stone seats in abundance, covered
When we arrived at t!ie lake we left our j with rns and cushions, to accommodute
carriaires in the t-are of the drivers, jzivini; . all. The servants were readv to do honor
oruers lor our provisions and imoiernents
of pleasure to be brotiht to t he Turk's
cottage in alKiut an hour. We entered the
yacht, cruised ab..ut a while to e i jov tiie
scenery, then lauded at the coiia There
we separated into groups as best sidled us,
and bewail to ramble over the beautiful
I w.as very much amused to see the way
the Colonel and .Johnny 0"I:..rk mama
er.'td to train Annie for a c;mt."i.;oii in
Annie was ready for I
mischief, and pnitinv; her arms about Stel
la's waist she led the wav to the oi l abbey
that had been a rniu so Imiv that the ivy J
had mantled its broken walls and made!
them an object of lieanty. and the tall yew j
iree in irom suai-:i ii irom me sun.
"What a delightful plr.ee this must have j
been! Such a quiet retreat from every- I
ininKinaicouiu vox or annoy: said An- excused themselves except our party
nie, with half serious and half comic ex- from Waverland. Weaccepted the in
preion. I vitation gladly, as it was our last visit
jusnmnK. saiu .eiue w uorK.-nere
once bto.Kl a grand old cathedral wiih holy
men and women reverently kneeling tie
fore their sacred shrines; but now tl;e
sob-mi eyed owl and web-win-.d bat hold
Their nihtiy revelries here and conduct
llie ael ii v.''
"Ju.si see." said Stella, "how nature has
cover, d these bro:i aad b
wi:v!".'s v. ith tvini'ig vi
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Tim Kits making ut tiiis grand ciealioa
the middle nL"-s.
"T';: ,.t:gh all the ruin, from c!; pel wall
tofftei vandims ihe'e - : ie vo'ces reach
taj downward" fr i:i the rn'- ty p.'.-,.. s iyiag
to Us: VoU, Uk, nnist van.sh into liu,;:'1
aid Stella, as though echoinjj sjai long
forgorten t!io;g':t of h?r childi.ooa.
Hack, down the winding stairs we wTit,
jfeelicz the soL'inroty of the sacred place
in spite of our mirth. No one spoke until
we stood Jtonoalh the "Id yew tree, through
whose foliage the golden sunshine was
dancing iu merry giee upou the broken
t "There. J can breathe pga-'n:
rT'ihnny O'iiork. "I":n crl id t
can be merry in th i -:';.
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looking down, v. nw tli Vvlonel hut
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Oil tilt Milf'Mi ti Mll i.u-c (a a fj'M:i.jr MH'lv. j
S!i' l.ui'icil, as In helped 1it f a place of
.N.i." 'IV. ,'l:l.i 't i. 1 ;
"I t ii..r. lit I had i uic bt t he bottom mid
Vi r be
t'-ri-;i p: i in r her h.-uiils
vs . satit out !;.' c!it.
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'- !oih-I I la !i'.s' t.triti'.;aniis."
f !. 1 ii'i Willi a hew iti-biny;
I a:i wrr I mt uv
in rt-'. urn I' . h. .'
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i.:i.,.' i-y.-s v.. I'd i'Vi' il n. i;ili'
las a-s. Col. II.isih-s did not n list Annie
nlo.'ii- i.flcr I !iat.
"I a.aa.'iaid that if T were not near to
Favi' nn oii w.itdd bn-ak your n.ck yet,"
ho siM, as v.' all s: arti-d t o at her uin
fro::i t'i" : rue- lives li a! rew so plenti
fully hi.-hi-r no in the mountains. We
Ha! iier.-.l the 1.; : 1 1 1 from ti;e Irirs iiml were
soon initialing the ruminants. We were
busy wa'.r.ciH-j oar jaws in a most indus
trious, not to say ltidieDais fashion, y
did 11 ft try to di-seead by tin; margin of
the e;.!.'ira t but took a Ion ''er route.
i-i. Wieii had rei.iaiiu'd ' at tliechnpel,
ii.nl as we entered I lie 1-i 1 avenue, we
saw him iXxi'i'X b th'.: yaelit ready for a
1 : 1 il' il. We all lia-' I'li.'d on to meet him
ther-.' ) 1 r u'lim did not satisfy our tppt
t.i.s. .loanay l:ork stalked 011 alone
W 1: :
vaMiiLC i. unyoae. He had been
laid 'aehoiy ever siaee t!e Colo
. .! . ii aie from fallin '
;iay f.' in a..kd Nellio
s envious to appease his
t ;. : : : x nu v.' sabst aat ial
- I I- ' i of 1 he spruce
1 1 r ;i I ' y w'11 was
a::d w: l a I tri.-l
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When we fea -h" 1 tan lake s5oro wa
found the servants had prepared our lunch
lj areadiu. tiie
I'jwy w.iiLO Jiaeii ou luo
: to the occasion in tidy white aprons,
j When the jrut'.sts all jrathered in real artis
: tic style, few at a table, we found ourselves
, supplied with an abundance of everything
that heart could wish. An hour passed hi
i joyous conversation. Kvery one was hap
j py except poor Johnny. In my heart I
; pitied the poor f low, but it was comical
I to see the wrathful looks he cast toward
the Colonel. No more witty remarks, but
sullen wrath, llie Colonel seemed per
fectly oblivious to the frreat danger he wsi
in. Annie could not hide the joyous 11
that shone in her merry blue eyes.
After lunch, archery and games were
en ioved bv the merrv eomnanv. Late in
the day, tired but delighted we started for
At Sir Wren's we were invited to spend
the evening and have dinner. But all
nere with Colonel Haynes. When the
tii,inpr Kl,llndP.1 w ll wmeht n.
umner bell sounded we all sought a
place of safety for our precious gum.
The Colonel laid his chew on the corner
of Annie's picture frame saying:
"I'll know where to look for this when
I come again," looking at Annie as he
spoke. She blushed as she led the wav
oat to the timing "to. ns iu duty bound.
At dinner the conversation was concern-
itig tite old ab'uey, the waterfalls, and the
delightful time we till had together.
"Sir Wren. A link came near having a
; serious fail." sr. id Stella.
I ''::!, t..t. l'-.th.- or:". I thought you
-.with! be y;fe with .- i-vmy around yon,"
; 'v ' sttakittg hi-; hea l at her.
I :- 1 ..i-. i" .! livi-e 1 it-ii sal . aii.i sound
ta::':'. !o Colonel llayties." she said, giv
ing liu Coioail a (illicit brignt look.
".Miss Annie, I am glad I was able to
r-ave yon," he said to Annie. "And 1 am
very glad the day has been so pleasant: it
will be something to be remembered when
I a.n far from here."
"Why. are you going to leave us soon?"
asked Sir Wren.
If.'-.- .-'.f.er to-morrow I expect to start
for Loudon, from there to New York, iu a
si 'it; thne. i promised my mother that I
would spend the holidays at home. I have
been away more than a vear."
('II APTKR XXVI. TIIK KVENTFl'L DAT.
111 the moriiin.5 ;it the request of I-uly
V'averlattd. the family earriane Wfvs
brought to the door. Very eariy the Colo
nel atul siie started oti their political cam
ra?s?i to secure votes for me. They set off
in me best of spirits, c.-ieh wearing a blue
rosette. '. !, ir.ive ::ic a p-.-p into a box
'he h.. ! v, i -: . ,' was ff.il of t.ie s.-ine
I. :':: ; he m ..:(;! .:. "' M'avorlan.i
cr.'ct cd t.ie vt-l.io. A-. s... ;i as her car
riage was discovered she w.-s jri-t-eted with
deafening cheers from the crowd. "Long
live the noble lady!"' "God bless the
swat ledds-!" came from every direction.
In the midst of the shouting a shot was
heard. We could not tell whence it came.
In an instant there seemed to be a fight
near where Sir Wren and I were standing.
Fonr or five men were struggling with one
who was uttering the most profane oaths.
While I was trying to discover what it all
meant, I heard tiie prisonur say:
"I hit the d d Yankee, when 1 meant to
kill tie meddling fool of a woman!" Just
then some one called to me that I wa
needed at my carriage. I could bardly
Standi All the strength in my body
po'Trrvl to have ilesi-rted me nnl I stood
tivailiiiii-j with fear. I5ut it was only for
en iastant that J stood paralyzed. As I
neared tin: carrl ie I saw my wife safe.
. liaf her fae- was white as u liost! She
was sitppor! ; 11 jj tli ("olonel's head. lie
sec.'ued eiiliri'ly seiiiide-is. His face was
ashi'ii while, iiis lips were -oloU''ss, and
there was a cold, elaai my s eat upon his
brow. Hi eoa !iten:t:iee seemed shrunken
and contra. -led. IIi- eyes were partly
1 cl.s.-d ami la -treless.
' "Is lie L'.'id:'" I ar.xioiislv iniiuired.
"Xu, I think not, liiit yvt iiim into a j
lioii'-e 'is fj'tK l;!y as pu-i-.i fle, s;id niv
v. i :'e in tii-rvo:: - Ir;
ile was taken into tin.1 lirst hoie-e we
coald tind and in a few moments tin' sur
. 11 -.!!.'i . il f.. i!i l th.it the ball )i:nh
eiiicrcd the tiitisr!--; 'f t he s!iou ! ler, break-
iii' tii- y ho 1 !d"r blade and touehiiej: some
of I hi sere-it i v-.j nerves of tile spinal col
11:11a, had caused utter prostra! ion by the
shock. '1'he surgeon k'p! iidmini-'.eriti'
si imiiiauts and ajiplied arliiicial heat to
m'd'i'.ain tin normal tetnn.'fature of the
body. After what seemed to us a very
Jon-; I i'e i !n; pit ient drew a lon breath
"farjd fri 'd to turn himself. Then for the
li.'st liuitf he opened his yes. He looked
around in a ringed, bewildered sort of way
until h.v saw me, then i:t a feeble voicu he
"What is it? where have I been!-'"
'Von have been hurt,'' I said, "and yon
lined re-'i;'in quiet. "'
"Where is Lady Waverhnid:'"'
"Siie is safe a h'":i ," 1 answered, "and
you must ken s;
I'..r sotai: tviie iie reiiiained qmet and
seeaied to be sle:p:u'. Wiiile a few it-;
ii.'.d ! :n w:.; eai a X the wounded K in
t here had b
a eiot f"irrtil tr.e.
T!i' vi'l-dn w.ei
in- ! " i.i ,- wir.. ti
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a i id. Wii-:-. I:,
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bti we it.-i.l no
"It's a sad affair for him as well as for
my ;'rie:.d," I said, turning away with a
1 went baelc into the sick man's room
and explained to tiie surgeon everything
was ready to take Col. Haynes to Waver
land as soon tis he thought proper to try
moving his patient.
"After a little if we can keep him warm;
it will be best to move him before the
wound is finally dressed.
The wagon was brought to the d'Kir and
men lifted the colonel, bed and all, into it.
The surgeon took his place beside his pa
tient, and we drove home with the great
est possible care, followed by an excited
crowd, ready to carry wagon, horses aad
all in their powerful arms if necessary.
At Waverland men took the colonel in
their arms and soon he was comfortably
resting in his own warm room, lie seemed
relieved, knowing that he was in al'amilicr
place. The wound was properly dressed
and the surgeon pronounced his pi.tieut
out of immediate danger.
"I low are you now:-" I asked after a lit
"Hetter. does Annie know of this?"
"Yes. Stella has sent word to her and
she will soon be here," I answered.
"But you can see no one to-night," said
the surgeon, with decision.
"I would like a message sent to my
mother. She will look for me home soon,"
"Doctor," I said, turning to the surgeon,
"will you write the message?"
lie assented and I handed him the nec
cessary writing materials. After he had
written it he read it to the colonel.
Mrs. A. I. llAVXKS, New York,
1:. s. a. is-j. f
Your son was accidentally hue; to-day
while riding out in his cat-nag". S u not
fatally. It will delay his return home at '
"i "r :ni
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S. tJ. ii::! ;.'.-., S.irgeoiu
'. ho .7 atrit.i'n that wil".
i- the In-..; t'.a! she s'loul.i
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1 ii.-nided tier ti'e nies;fj;e. I tiiottur'it
that .vonM lj the best way to answer lier
qnestion. I called a servant, and tiie mes-s-ijie
was sent with lijilumug speed away
to ir'-ieve a mother's heart.
"Dariinir io you know that hall was
aimed at you?" I aked. ns I led my wife
to a sofa. She sfniddered hut made no an
swer. "I heard the fellow swearing because he
missed his aim." I said.
"Can that he true?" she asked. "I won
der if it was the man who swore so fear
fully when I offered him a rosette, s;iyins
he would not wear the colors of any fol
lower of Parru -11 in the country. He told
me I had better not be meddling with poli
ties, but that I had better stay at home
and mind my own business. Did he have
a shook of sharpy red hair aoout his head
"That rieserili.-s the man wh:. '-;
hanuiii.1; from a ttve near whci-.- '.' . -
p- .'.-. 1 :..iii.'." ; '-:i; !. !:iidi;i:
1 V ,
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v;f ii a )';'(
t !'. : i : t:i ry ;i:.v
and fall of s.
row asked it' she miirLt see
I told her of the surgeon's order and said
I would deliver any message she wished.
"Then tell him 1 am here and that I will
come to him as soon as I have permission."
The colonel had been listening and wait
ing for a word from Annie. As I opened
the door his eager eyes asked the question
before his lips could utter the words.
"Yes. she s here." I said, going to his
side, "and will come to you as soon as the
surgeon will permit. "
"May I see her just a moment, doctor?
I'll b? "quiet."
"Not till morning." said the surgeon;
''I'm not going to risk anything now, so
"ml viiur mossnfo."
ANKOFC A SSC( ) I T XT Y
Cor viaiu aii't Kiltn tn-''
fald ni capital
1! 8 ltanisey
J. i . r.tii son
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it t'.ir. ele. .I.M ;':itter:in. Fred t;..r.i.
H smitti K. Ii. '.V ir tllriiii. H. S. Uhiii-.-v ii'
'Miiiit soil.- e ' I:: it-sT .,!':--. '-.t :' '
-iliil pruiimr ail. 1 ilk'IVi'U to id l:-
iifss cut ru at ts rare.
, ' x f T
lil'.i, iu t --'' M .in
I bt Perkins his
tin i iteil from top
lo.V one of til " best
t -i' fiefs will !' tt!v
ti..r)0 ami up.
r a t;
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.::ori, i'::'ii, 1 at..- in tiiiic.V'iL-t.-..
Tnc fn,lv snri' cure inr Corns.
.-O, or lilsCOX b CO., i.'. .
CSjtamDerlain'3 Eyo and 3da
A certain euro for Chronic Soto Eyes
Tetter, Salt Hhsum, Scald Head, Oi
Chronic Sores, Fever Sores, Eczema,
Itch, Prairie Scratches, Sore Hippies
tad Piles. It i3 cooling and soothing.
Hundreds of eases have been cured by
it after all other treatment had failed
It is put up in 23 and CO cent boxes.
GRATIS UL COMFORT IN G
r ti n : ti
"l',y a tliolDiih knowlediie of tiie natural
laws whieli govern the oe: ntior s .f iligesr:an
a':d nutrition, aii.l i'V : careful an;.h;ition of
t lie tine ii-'"''t ie-' "f w "II selected 'Vfoa. Mr.
Ktjs Iihs jtiiivide.' our break last table with a
i!tlicately tl-'vored beve-ae which ititiy s-ive
us niiiuy havy Joft(r'bi!ls. It is by. the jn-'io-inus
use of sueh article" of diet tie t a ci.n
situti"ii may be siradually built up until stronst
enouL'h to resist eveiv "tf'iuieucy To disease.
Hundred of subtl-- eladies are fleatiu ti
around us ready to attacK whercv er here is a
week point. V e may escape many a fatal
shaft by keeping ourselves well fortified with
pure bloo ! and a properly nourished frame."
Civil Service Gazette. Madosi simnlv with
boiling water or milk. Sold op ly in halt-pound
tins, bv uroreries. labelled thlir:
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us with endorsements f-y r" r" I crwn
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n nt. IWIOLABLi: SECKKCV 'id CEI1
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The Peabody Medical Institute, No. 4 Bulliuch St.,
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Its use is almost universal by the Housewife, the Farmer, the
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No other application compares with it in efficacy.
This well-known remedy has stood the test of years, almost
No r:";,:cine chest is complete without a bottle of Mustang
Occasions arise for its use almost every day.
All druggists and dealers have it.
STAPLE AND FANCY
l';itrmi:i!je of the Public Solicited.
North Sixth Street, Plattsmouth.
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Keep all kinds of builder hardware on hand
and will supply contractors ou most fav
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PLATTSMOUTH, N t: -
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jHpltal stork paid in "
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All orders left with the county clerk Trill h
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l2 Diamond Brand a
Pronounwl Hrpfle, Yd Suved,
From fi h-MiT writ. cm liy ?Irn. Ada
K. Jlurd of r.rofon, S. I..voouolr:
"Wits taken with a had cold, which
settled on niv lniiH, coiih net in
and finally tcVininatcd in consump
tion. Four doctors jiivc nu up say
iniX I could live hut a short time. 1
Vtivc myself up to my Saviour, lr
termired if 1 could 'not stay with
m y friends on e;irth. 1 would meet
ittv ali-ctii mil': ahovc. .My Iiuh
hiind u us ;i i vised to et Dr. Kiiiiv'a
.New Discovery for consuinptiou
one lis and eidds. I ave it a trial
too i i ei r'u' hollies; it liascured
me and ihaiiK (jod I am now a well
:md ii.'tirlv woman." Trial hot lie
In eat 1". J. Fi Icke A: t'o.'s druff
store, i ee ulnr si.c, r(lc. and liX'.
F. (J. Frieke Ac Co.. Dru-jrists A
Phiiruiiicists, Union IJIock, J'latts
miitith. eh. desire p inlorill thff
puhlic, that' tliej' are agents, for
the most successful preparation
that Juris vet l.een jiroduced for
coughs, colds and croup. Jt will
loosen and releave a severe cold in
less time than any other treatment.
The article referred too is Cha iner
Iain's (hiiih rcmel-. It is a medi
cine that has won fame and popular
ity on it's merits undone that can
iilwiiys hi depended upon It
the only known remedy th it will
prevent croup. It nnist lie tried to
he oppreciatcd. It is put up in HO
cent and fl hottles.
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