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THE WEALTH MAKERS.
.. May 101S94
SERVED HM RIGHT
By FUBBE YIYANT.
(Continued from last week )
To finish the gavottes of the season
Kate had obtained tho consent of bet
t Jthtr to gi vo a large and brilliant party.
Invitations wro mattered far and
'Wide, and great calculations were made
hj th villarn lodiee for i grand display
of wardrobes njion Hie nefanion. For a
week jireccdiiJif the event the ttovca
were besieged, nnd many were the yards
of luce and ribltt'n that were carried
a way in triumph.
To Miss Jonci1, tbfl milliner, it was a
m.iwu of unuKiial jirofit. Indeed fiho
liad never known a greater demand for
tlio various ariitlea of tetrialo adorn
luent, t;nd her two ashtetaiits were bua!
Iy engaged from";norn till dowyeve"
iu cnUinrf nnd tr'.mming and altering
ilks, KuMns and wusIiriB which had been
lying cart-felly enveloped in liillowcBMCg
for years in dark closet drawers, which
were btrewi; -with bits of gnm camphor
r chip of red cedar, ouro preventives
ngaiiiht the ravages of moths and other
destructive unnoyers. M the judge's no
one wan idle, ant', the occasion wn one
which called forth an cihibition of
Kate's dcwcKlic accomplinhjuents. Tlio
firt ot parlors had limi thoroughly over
hauled, thp carpets removed to admit of
lancingand tho old fashioned dining
1mJl had been carefully cloariHcd and
very tastefully decorated with ever
greens, among which were arranged
'"'numerous candles and lamps. The busy
notes of prepaiation were heard "from
the rising of the sun oven unto the going
lown of the same," and when they were
at Install completed tho whole houso
"never looked more cheerful or inviting
in its interior appearance.
Tho expected night at last arrived.
The halls were brilliantly lighted, and
tip.tbo broad oaken stairway guest after
until: pansed to tho dressing rooms.
Kate.airanged in a dress of simple white
rd with no other ornament than a sim
ple white rose in her glossy hair, stood
at tho head of tho losg parlor, leaning
upon the arm of her father and receiv
ing her guests with the grace of a queen.
JS'ever had ho looked moro charming,
and there was a silent yet unmistakable
fwling of admiration plainly percepti
ble upon tho countenances of tnoBe who
liad tho pleasure of any conversation
with her. Hho was tho acknowledged
; Mlo of the evening and the cynosure of
nil eyes. j
-At a late hcur the doors of tho supper
room wero thrown open, and the gay
company proceeded thither to discuss
the merits of Kate's housewifery. Many
were tho compliments she received, and
many the exclamations of delight at tho
appearance of the table, which groaned
K'uoatb, its load of delicacies. Angus
toa was appointed by Kate to aid her in
'doing the honors of the supper room nnd
make himself generally uneful in see- '
log that no one was overlooked. After
the guests had done ample justice to its
merits and tho doors were again closed
Kate took Augustus' arm and returned
to the supper table to partake of some
refreshment herself, having been too
busily engaged in her duties as hostess
lo think of self before. Now was the
Jong looked for opportunity, and Angus
tos at onco embraced it to declare the
rdor of bis passion and offered his baud,
oiiis heart in short, all that Dame Na
ture and bis tailor had produced under
thenameand titloof Augnstus Fitz Clar
Kate directed her glances to the floor
and for a moment hesitated lo reply, but ;
at last.summoning all her resolution.she
referred him to her father, saying that
if lie was not opposed to it she would
?o intent was Augustus upon the con
summation of his hopes that, not able to
restrain bis impatience until tho close
f the evening, ho hastened at onco to
lier father ami requested his presence
for a moment iu the library. Tho judge j
tollowed him thither and cloned the door
lebind ihem. Augustus, with the air
of ohm who was rather conferring than
soliciting u favor, informed the judge
that tho atU'uctioim of his daughter had
made inure than ordinary impressions
upon his heart, and that he had accord
ingly addressed her npon the subject.
She liad. ho said, considered it in a ta
vorablo light, but referred him to her
father before giving n decisive nnwvr
lo bis proposal. He had therefore the
Hworof announcing hlmmif as a cniuh
late fur her hand and fluttered liium It
that be should meet with no opposition
whatever from lit judge.
Tito luttor had anticipated this piece
f tnf u mat Km, but was not jhi tt pro
Hired for tho pompous manner in which
r rt'n,l aim a,f r
II d. lt ltd. tlowtvrr, hit r
vrrd LI tqusitimily and gut our
tiM to utivlrUd Out tin iti'wl Ue lttu
I ha hilar Wlttt WliKlt Auilatui Will
nUi.t Ut IttVtkt tUltl. M.'IniVtf, litf
vrm!4 ugsfl tlit l.l lt at the
toi !t mid from tost lUm l dlt'i
tia.HHl. !! at kiHiwImlKI Ihst h h-td
rUeuily tbuwa Mm m rct !( itl
ities, but farther than as a gnset he
had not regarded him and tnereforo
looked upon his proposal as but a poor
retnrn for those civilities, especially so
as he had made it without first consult
ing him. Augustus expostulated, but in
vain. Tho judge was inexorable and
would listen to no further arguments
upon the subject. Finding, therefore,
tint his attempts were unavailing and
only served to exasperate the judge, who
put on a most fierce frown and spoke
very tragically, Augustus returned to
the drawing room in search of Kate, to
whom he couimunicutcd his wunt of
success, lie then porxiied that if she
had tho slightest regard tor him to fly
at once from "parental tyranny" and
make him without further delay the
happiest man alive by being joined in
1 the holy bonds of matrimony at a neigh
boring town, to go thence to Philadel
phia, paBS the honeymoon there, after
which they would return and throw
t bun wives at her father's feet, and ob
taining lifa forgiveness Hettlo down
quietly, as onrried people should do,
for tho remainder of their natural lives,
llo painted tho delights of a home such
as theirs would be in vary much the
same strain as that in which Claude
Melnotte described his to Paulino and
represented tho magnificent estates
which ho was to inherit from bis father
as sufTlclent to enable them to live in
To all this Karegavo an attentive ear
and then argued very sensibly ugniimt a
compliance with his request, but she
Qa vc our hero to undcrniontl that he mmt
decline Wtc honor.
was sufficiently versed in diplomncy to
know that such objections would but
serve to render him only tho moro j mpor
tunate, and after a long discuwion she,
with apparent reluctance, gave a silent
consent and named tho corresponding
evening of the following week. as tho
one on which the elopement should take
place. Then bidding him "good night"
she cautioned him not to venture to
meet her except at the house of a friend,
where all tho preliminaries could bo ar
ranged, and returned to her guests, who
soon alter sopaiated, and tho party end
ed. CHAPTER IV.
During the week following Augustus
complied strictly with Kate's request to
meet her only at tho houso of a friend,
and there they arranged all tho prepara
tions for tho flight.
Happy Augustus happy in thine ig
norance of tho snaro which is being laid
Sinco iKi'oruncc Is bllts, 'tis folly to bo wise.
It was decided that on the proposed
evening n carriage should be in readi
ness at the corner of a street one or two
blocks distant from the Iiouhc, and that
at midnight precisely our hero should
tnako hia appearance under Kate's win
dow, give a signal aud thtm repair to
the back piazza and remain in conceal
ment till her appearance.
Accordingly, all preliminaries having
been satisfactorily arranged on the pro
posed evening, the darkness of which
was relieved only by a few strnggliug
stars. Augustus Fitz Clarence fJoobie, in
a bridal suit of the finest of black broad
cloth, a vent of .snowy whiteness and tho
other various articles of his toilet iu cor
responding fctylo all of which had been
obtained "on tick" Augustus, ecstatic
youth, proceeded to the rendezvous un
der Kate's window nnd in a low tone
gave tho preconcerted signal. Tho win
dow was rained gently, and Kate in a
whisper asked him if nil was in readi
ness, lleing answered iu the tiflhma
tive, she as noiselessly cUwcd the case
ment, and Augmdns on tiptoe hastened
to tho back pinua, al ono end of which
was a tri 111? covered with honeysuckles,
jnat behind whit h a private dr led
trtmi tho ball, lit hind this tn -Ills bo
n.'H'imeid himself, trembling with ex
citement and the hold Mcp he wan nlxiut
ttiking uud all impatience to be I eyemd
the reach vt pursuit.
A few moment only ilapned when
the door slowly and silently turned upon
Its hinge, and a female Hgtirc, uivol
cped iua largviliak and t h h vrihd,
nn igvd. Mm mii I notl.in.T. but ib iit
ly t.k hi Riei an I ix iut d toward the
g;tt3 ut th' l.uk i f the garden, thr ush
whii h they wt r t. pu. Hurrying vn.
Ibey m ii rim bed lite ijriiae, uud Au
gt)tu, h.iviii4 tittniUd lirnu i.tpiiui ui in,
tih bt iwiit te.id 'bit and ba in the
drivel hiiUii on, llu ditetUi v re
cdn")id, aisd tiny w-r ku U)oiid th
u nttiuit f lite iill.te, in whii h iil a
tilit li'il lv, Augu' liii iiiH
wa tcMpbti', IU bad t ccd.d fcU
itul Mtitiiitn In ', aud In it tUUriuiii
i f jy Iu' i bipd llt gloved hrtiid of
blMvonq Hid ii and pivf d it In hit jtps.
Tlti ii'ibl bead soon hottd uiwi bio
lu tti i r, siul b i ndiSH'ftd to f.ithoin
its ll l.elu (ml ility Hll.l h k b to
ryr" wh'cti N fain ld Wt tild "t nk
Baie," X ul ! i! u'hihm rutnt.d all hi
Httiltlj t, Ibnulil l Itotltlllg I ut a
l!riUl r ihs'lt wbiM tho sky whs uM.lv
tbroutih tl. eii ti window. Hut u Wat
wtliiitoiitihlo tut thai Katit Uid
Ittii, and from lr be Would Hot part
at letut Until h Wits Ida ttrddid wife.
J Ui, on they drvve, thioitgU WvodUnd
and over plains. Hill and dale wero
swiftly passed.and just as the old church
clock was striking 2 they entered tho
village of G Thedriverhad slack
ened his speed a litile, that no suspicion
might be excited iu the village, and
drove quietly up to the hotel. The car
riage door was opened simultaneously
with that of the hotel, and the landlord
came out to welcome them. Ho hud
been previously apprised of Augustus'
wishes and led them to a private parlor,
where a cheerful fire was blazing upon
the hearth. The minister who was to
perform tho ceremony was also engaged,
and the landlord went at once to sum
mon bun. ' Augustus had intended that
they should remain as short a time as
possiblo atU and then hasten on to
tho ruilway to take tho early morning
train for Philadelphia.
Tho landlord nt length returned, ac
companied by the clergyman, who, being
duly introduced to the parties, com
menced i0i exhortation npon the duties
of tho state matrimonial. Augustus lis
tened impatiently, and perceiving that
there was no immediate prospect of a
conclusion reminded the good man that
his time was limited nnd desired him to
proceed ut onco to business. Ho accord
ingly commenced a prayer by way of
picliminary, which threatened to be of
equally long duration, nnd Augustus in
wardly muttered anathemas upon tho
devoted man's head.
At length, however, he drew to a
close after taking a census of the world
In general nnd praying "for all sorts
find conditions of men" and then re
quested tho candidates for matrimony
to make ready for tho ceremony. The
lady had thus far kept her veil closely
drawn over her features, but at the re
quest of the clergyman made prepara
tion to remove it.
The landlord was to be a witness to
tho ceremony and had taken his scat by
the side of the minister. While waiting
for his companion to divest herself of
bonnet und veil Augustus fell into a
reverio and was lost in brown study,
trom which he was suddenly aroused by
a burst of laughter from the jolly land
lord. What could be the matter? He
glanced at bis dicta inquiringly to see
if tliero was anything there to excite
thcMO demonstrations of mirth; but. no,
there was not a spot or blemish. What,
then, could it mean? Another and an
other peal (J merriment canned him to
look around, nndroh, shade of Uncle
Tom what think yon, gentlo reader,
met his astonished vision? There stood
bis "compagnon du voyage," tho one
whoso bund he had pressed to hia lips
and into whoao carat bo hud breathed
sticli vows of endless Imo and unchang
ing fidelity but, ohrbw changed! .She
to whom in five minutes more be was to
have been united for life was metamor
phosed into a young negro Itoy, whose
height and figure were tbe counterpart
of Kate's! He was enveloped still in
the cloak, but had removed the bonnet
and veil and Etood shaking bis sides and
grinning us only a darky can grin,
while Augustus stood completely bewil
dered and horror stricken.
"Waal, wat's the matter, massa?'
quoth Mauibo. "I specs ywi radder not
bo jined in do bun's ol mattermony
now, eh? I golly, I nebber hab a feller
kins mo afore. Waal, (guess Massa
Lincoln know he cards, uad Mispy Kate
sho am up to snnif too." ,
Like a flash of lightning, it occurred
to Augustus that he had been victim
ized. Ho raved and swore, and it was
with difficulty that the paxson nnd land
lord could quiet him. At length .bis
passion cooled down, anti he paid his
bill the only ono he ever was known
to bo guilty of discharging and left '.
Tho supposed Kate rstnmed in tho
carriage the next morning to M- ,
highly elated with the exploit. The real
Kate and her father langtied heartily at
the success of their plot and tclt that
they had relieved tho village of a most j
dangerous character. All tho village
was agog before noon with n thousand
and ono different versions of the story,
but all praised Kate's ingenuity and ro-
joiued ut the beneut she bud conferred
npon tho community at large.
Then did the creditors of Augustus
hunt np their accounts and cry "Hold,
sold!" Then was tlin sheriff consulted,
but bo only gravely shook his bead and
said all was in vain, for our hero wo
beyond tho bounds of bis jurisdiction.
Then did bo who rented him the office
repair thither toobtain collateral secur
ity for prist quarters Btill unpaid.
Vain scutch! He found a broken,
woiuont trunk containing tlueo soiled
collarx, a pair of false uiiit-t aches, an
antiquated bhcebniftli, n well thumbed
pack of cards and a dilapidated boot
j;.ck. All oilier articles bad vanished
no one knew whither.
Our hero has never uni pea red npon
tho stage of M . Still he 1s not for
gotten, ami Kat-j has many a laugh over
her midnight elopemeut w ith Augustus
FtU CliiH lsco ISoohie,
Itreurillua ( Iftlin.
A forucf reddeist if California tells
many nmmnig incident i f Iho pioplo
of the mining dUrrWt in which ho lived
for some yi ttm. When u rx n ducov
tr ii mineral win, It is tho duty t f the
mining district m-otder, at request, to
pioeeed iipt u the upd nnd record a no
lion i f th biiiii, Tli re order of oiu
of I h muting di drkW, bawug tmUeiit
h I tu ' If fur a short lime, lift, n ha
tlmuKht, i'ompttciit deputy in hi
sti ud, t liHrlng him i te ti la tly iu re
cording any "claim" lo mention id di
Iuiko trom .too otln r tdJee f.ir fat urn
it Ur net and idi Midi atioii, (m bis re
luinhii fotnidlii.il tin deputy had rt
ituled unly i. 1 1.4 lui during hi lib
iciiee, sitd that was v. hit ally lie
uriUd "biitid I tat Uu junl
noiiHtd an i ld, I rokm wtutlWtow,"
"Did vou mm thai ymnijj Takeaay bad
UVepted M Kttulif'
"No, I didll'l ' it, bul 1 llird SOIII
)n tk) thsl he bad Busily gut joU"
- '7 " ' 5 .
No, 115. IlclipadmenU.
Behead what is advanced iu support of a
catiKe ana leave a meadow.
Behead obliquely and leave distorted.
Behead beginning to exist and leave an
Behead a tract of hind and leave a ride
Behead frotli of malt liquors and leave
irom or toward the sun.
My whole in a plant native of cultivate!'
fleldand gardens throughout Euiopeartd
No. 110.- Hidden Trrc n.
- Texlay I m;it be ft busy an n bee, churn
ing, washing, and It 1 really feel like it the
meat for pies cuglit to be minced. A really
good mince pie hotild be made several (itiye
before it is eaten. I will have to keep them
locked up, or 'Join will eat theni before
Thanksgiving, I must give them aplenty
of pieuietito, a kind of spice t hat every one
likes. Those t hat Kthel made were a great
success. I'm certified to tlmfc by eating
two law pieees, and because ?.Ir. Tahir
cbh'need to tell of it IVu was very atiury
and nodotiht will owe Mr, Tablra grudge
for many a day. They fay popcorn i cheap
In I'.aton store. i u shall want to pop large
quantises of it for the children. We will
let Tom do I he. popping as peitnuce for run
ning away when we needed his help before.
No. 117. Double Triangle.
1. A letter. 2. A pronoun. 8. A pronoun,
objective case of she. 4. A plant with asnc
culent stalk. .". Collection of dried plants.
0. Quiet, peace, 7. A suffix meaning state?
or quality of being. 8. Latin word mean
ing in order that. V. A letter.
No. 1 18. A I.lttln Boy's tqieoch.
Fill tho blanks with words that rhyme
properly, and you will have a nice little
apeecb for a little boy:
Yhey UtouKlit I couldn't make a ,
I'm such littlo !
J'll show thnm whether I eau
A thing or two, or .
I Jon't be nt raid to fluh 1 1 he
Or stand ui for tho ,
And when you've nnthitiff else to
Be fcure you any ."
No. lin-A rietiire I'nxxle.
The iipiiimls of tliee-l)jectHT when placed
in their proper order,, will gire the name of
a well k.nowu animait. ;' ,
Kf.. V.!0V9agmmtu Vmigma.
O O 0 O O O O O O O 0
.. i, 3, H .word in frequent us-.
': ii, 4, 'no: exelaniationi . .-
1, 2, ll; t, a pa.triarelv.
" f, 0, T,.ihu work of aninseeti. ''.',
5, 0, X,' , "textile fabrieM." :'
', !, 10. ll.asuilix. .'
;r, 4, 5, 0, .Tt.8fc lOvllai well-known
'author.''"-' -' V'.; ' '. ''''
So. l,;.--nLitorl! Cai t. ri,.
1. Tlie promoUTof "Clinton's UiK Ditch."
S. lie who introduced "the new root"
and "tho new weed" into. Europe.
H, He wlio sank tho first successful oil
4. "The Little tliaut."
fi! The outcome of who? famous western
jouniey secttred Oregon tw ns.
8. The Yii'Ktnia uenernt whose motto
was. "Do your duty, and leave tho rest to
The l.rikp Trk-k.
Tho Rmixv trlek U a gootl one. Put threo
jtraiK'H upon each of two plate-H, nnd give
them and u fork to two people sitting on.
opiosite hides of tho table. They uro to.
look into each other's eyes, without mov
ing, and sv which ono w 111 1k nblo to caj
tlio graiHX ilrst.
Tli tai-U'-t Way lo lli-aw.
Stories are fold f great art 1st who rouM
draw mi their thiuuli nails. Ni)thfnnti
itini'kaliK' tilMiut that. We know a mustier
of very ordinary peoplo who eandran-ou
Krj Iu tlie rurlcr.
Xo, in;.-lllauk Hbj huh:
There i a (.treleh of Uver sky.
That nightly in the wet tith 1
Like biiuio in. t nml. led, niiHunt wa,
I' pun w Ihim' Imwimh couKtanlly
Tim tliitt'd i liiiid wve riw niul fu!L
(ItH'iltKiit to tho l wiml'a vail.
ArniM lhl'i'an, hiiim I lit.
A liny rrafl doili li.tiily till,
l'u. tait ly na-k or r-ef or bur.
Ami lloiit by oho iU lar
ll U till' riwy ri'lra thru!. nil,
l.lidil frt'ililel with a fairy I row,
,,. lus. Th K:rueiin Mnei
"bit- IVr-vna i.f t'liiiutu,
Ity tlm idii" Kt li i'r,-."
- Mm miiaj ' "t.ami.f An U nl II.!!,,
The kid td I lie lUruoeuim wire Juno,
Miei-rui, Tiiii.i, uUiin, .Mi, Miiiiiiiiiiihi
mid Veiliiis htiiurn aid lU-n-uteaarrodd
td by Miniv vtritt iH uiuiMke ti)ihe number.
Nil, l n -Ctum owl l'.iiltu:i: rriu
linir, Nv ltn,l;boiiUildi
ft t t o It k I l i: n
i A v i: u a v i:
I' A N I l' it L t A V
L ii U A I. V L Ii
W M. ii V II K I I Ii
N.i, 111 -IV.vvrb M 4. in ut "."ili'iU hlU
tlw Iron l hut."
No, II.' IKtuldc AertmlU'i lriutt.l. Km
fr; finals I'tiiuord, i"r ortlt 1.
lUbto. 4 MU. H. rUteti. i. IWUc 3.
S.uhIns ft, Oiler, T. Noinnd,
.Sn, iX TrHtiHMiiumi AtUU, ,
No. Ill - A H:r:im: 1. 1 !-. 3- Sid.
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Iu!m, hi. I'olwai. U. Pmiilier. I'J. I.if
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titatralr. Dm MoIumi N.hraa taui Fair. Mnxolus and in. Kama. Oil Kir, i.ai
ItM. Mr Hlach Perch.ron stallion, Juanool, and my lielalaa Rtalilon, bimp.ua, navar fatlM
id tak. firat pr.mlnm and .w-pata.. ovr all. Kor .irlcllr flrtV-claM import k.rM. to
dHom. low inurMt aud long I Itu. uit lb. Croat City Farm, Cr..u, Iowa. T.Wp&uM to tana,
om mil dUtaaV Nw tnipriallon Imt fettii-X.
W. o J. o WROUGHTON.
IMPORTS AND DIALER
s In Clydesdale. English Shlro, Percheron, Dcloltn.
r k uerman
,-n Unf Va
wtilolUd. bi0ie4 la tow. AdJrrsi,
IV.tUk 0iwkN INl, tk Mf
II I. Ml lual. IH 1 11 Hi HI
m Irwin k I !! ilhMI vm- .
in;ift wN'f Hr iwv
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K4HS . riUKVkCf, Ml lMM
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OR MORE COWS ?
74 CORTLANDT CT.. NEW YOK.
George S. Brown,
Soliih Oiiaha, rJeb.
tyrtefore sbtpptntr ask na for condltloa 01
Market and Price.
P. Roirsa, Vice-Pres A. Grkzkamter, Trwia.
246 South fth Street,
Correspondence solicited from all person.
Interested in mutnal lnsnrance.
ftatei for Firs years
Price, $49: 7 5.
Kimball Pianos and Organs'
Jr.. Orpaha, Neb.
Cfa C Al CT I OH WILL TRADB FOR BOMB OOOH
rUn OMLC I fabmlandb.
I hare a lot of excellent goo para bred (reeorde4) atallla. tmt
mares, both Percherons and Enfflisa Sljlr. Also lmprt4 aai
American bred Shetland Pondes. 1 bin stoeli Is of our own imports
tlons and raising, clen, b.althy and all right. We will aell oa. aas
mal or all, as tb. entire stvck mubi b. disposed of. for a list ti
asscrtpiion address, A. CSULLIVaN,
The Inportiif Draft Eotm Oompany.
IMPORTER AND BREEDER
IP Black Percheron,
French Draft, Clydes,
Shires and Coacbers.
loois' "horse show" of 30 horses at Vebraska.
itate Fair of ISB3, "snowed under his competl-
tors and woo evry flrst onze competed for
(barrlnsr onc 46 ont of 50 tt and 2nd prisww,
i wo silver medals a,0 Oil caxh for"BEST nhow
or bb" draft horsei.slx sweepstakes prlze
tU0 ou in cash. He bas
less thsn bla k Perchfiros.
bt Paul is ou B. & M. and U P. UyV.
St. Paul, Neb.
WILSON, Men, Iowa.
Shire, Eelgtai ltd Coicl Bona
ucacn. Torksnire. coach nH
Cleveland Bay Stallions.
to mpcoiib! partly Corrnipot.a
WROUCHTOW, Hastings, Nb.
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