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CHARi.OTTl^ MESSHNGER. ,
W« bad a Tery lioa Utter laatwaek Where do you enppcwo
• OIB flirBCHEt.
St. Virli'M*'’* (P. K-1 9
SrrvicA"! 10‘- ’"•”
*ho>l ■ t !*•
rhiireh. Mint St.
K. ClJhrci'. '
‘‘.3 1- .!"• ".'
n-h. South Choreh St.
I., 3 p. tn.' and 8 p. m.
p. m. Rer. A. A.
, Chnrch, Ba»l Second
8 p. in. and 8 p.
- ' - "--. Z.
1.’ .Siiniliiy-'«-h'x>l at 1 p.
* |'n-*l>TltTinii Church, corner Seventh
ml C''ll''’e St*. Services at 8 p, m. and
H p, m. Suutlay-schoo! at 10 a. m. Bev.
U. !• Wvciia, i*wU)r.
CUiiloii Chapel. (A. M. E. Z.) >Lnt St.
Servi.-o*Bt 11 a. m.. 3 p. m. and 8 p. m.
Simclny-«chool at 1 p. tn. Rev. M. SLaos.
'*LiUl.- Kock, (A. M. K. Z.) K St. Ser
vice* at 11 a. m.. 3 p. m. and 8 p. in.
Rev. Wa. JoHMSoa. mstor.
If your paper hna a blue
cross mark, it will be stopped
till you pay up. W’e cannot continue
to send it to you without some money.
I’leasc pay up and let n* continue it
The cold snap came Tbunday. We
hail hail, rain sleet.
Mr. Austin Cooper left this week
for California to join the many gone-
Oor New Kiigland letter came a
,1.1V too late, but will appear next
Mr. Ed Johnson cf Concord, was
the city on Wednesday ; ho leaves for
CnUfiirnia next week
from oor r^oUr Payettorille oorros-
been moeb miised of late. She has
not written moch on aoconnt of the
illness of her father. He U oooral-
tesoent and we expect a letter from
her often now. She has become a
recognised part of the Mxbsmox*
The MxssKKOxa bat to reduced its
list as to try to be a cash list. Wo
have been much imposed upon by our
readers. The parlies we cut this week
owe us about two hundred dollars.
We cant carry them any longer. There
e many good ones in the lift, but it
just as hard for ui to carry a good
man as a bad one fof wo sec no differ-
only as they pay ; each tell
same and wr are only convinced by the
cash- Then it would be unfair to cut
poor woman who is unable to pay
and allow some fellow with bundredi
to ron bceause he has moocy.
As was expected, a half doten col
ored men have been arrested, charged
with lynobing the half wilted white
man down in Georgia, for committing
outrage on a colored lady from
which she died. So strange that col
ored men can be found out so soon
aRer committing such a crime when
there hdan't been one while man ar
rested for every hundred colored men
lynched, hardly. Colored folks will
imitate white men in evil as well as
good, and if this lynching business is
not stopped, something serious will
. wild dOT '■I; I
, dow erscy morning witJiOUt t^ l*ast rfr • jsh (be chans*
gard to the feeiins" of his friem^ and 1 d« f« 1^ tbecM^^ w
^ in dKTt. an individual entirely j ^h ^
i vcM of delicncy and refhw^t. M ; It ^bev^fl^V
; that moment, and in Sootlidore ^ j ^7 .nnlied ’ to ao umwotdUous an at-
places in the world, Tom feU th^ he ! fiUv i^ied to sotmproiawi^ ^
. ; %v» nheolutely Imlbamne; for to bo ^n ^h^*- «
with him would be fatally compromiang.'
wliilo the chnnee* wore that Jack w o,^ ^tow*k than
blur, out some n«de
city is some 812,500.’; C coloSed j 1^-1 S ^ wSly^^SmTto
dclightod with It. and well l niatimnl KrandfnUi.r a
bny everything they buy in this;
'n? When we say a negro is ihisj
the other, wc are rediculing
ourselves and admittiug that other
folks are bettor than wc. Be yourself
booeit. honorable and just and yon
others in the same light. Help
colored buKines* men,
Bear uretba, tM me bo
and let roe eppok m?
For all tbr braotr «f ll
■)> ureand all mv llte bee known
With eoinetima «w*oI«t of ibvlr own
-^.urgu l>lsar KooUfonivf
Th. Wuhingloo .chool, foj, JQJ| UOXUII'S BLUNUKI!.
people a .
they may be, for it is one of the hand-, ^
aomest building* of its class in the I bustiKwi ai
Sutc. The aldcrncn have ordered an ! tied on un
' & Co."
and lucrative tailoring
llie West End. wbieli he car-
iliT ,lie i8«l name of ‘ PlealiDR
.ppropri.lion tor ihe porcha.c of tor- I ^,o, “J3ui*“To moS
niture for the new building —Ralct^h ;
LetttTXK Chronicle. '' —• i-i- ■-n
It propic. ^ b
an tba oalT o>« Ikst wlO fM a pviWct
System of Bress Cutting.
rBei.t3.00> 8(3lbrBall.V«inbl,M nMl»
PORTFOLIO OF FASHIONS
AND WZAT TO WXIAB
f. w-g--i— .rm VBfVt of Faihloa VolM nd
iTlot, anwtntod wfui ttdot 1,“““ ''—
S«^ son-sud. to M
emorest Sewin| M^ctiine,
TUIS STVLB OKLY
I bank in
ry bad on pedes-
There was about
ijuartcr inch Icc On the ground.
Wo projwiRc to visit Fayetteville
ainl other points east next week.
I'lvBse he prepared to renew.
Mr. W. F. Mabson broug^ a party
(if hcventocn from the eastern perl of
the State and left for California
Out enterprising ciliien, A.
Calvin, has nfactory mania on him just
now. He i* going to start a factory
to be mil by colored ii
he is going to Kuececd
There is talk of a ki
thti city. We hope it will be organ
ized very Boon, and we hope the col
ored people will save their money and
buy land here iu the Old North Sute.
Wt make mistakes sometimes-, we
are not working to please any partic
ular person, but if you owe ns any
thing please pass it in before yon say
too much about us. Doul try to
starve us out.
lion. L. Q. C. Ipamnr. has resigned
as Secretary of the Interior so he may
be confirmed by the Senate as Aisoci-
ale Justice of the Supreme Court of
the Unitoil Slatos, to which he
been nominated by the Presideut.
p’ighty five thousand dollars wu
subscribed in a few minutes one day
this week by a party of gentlemen to
build a cotton factory. Our city is
soon to have two new factories. Such
ihiugs will build up the city.
The Wilmington ItuUcUn eomos to
ns ibis week a full grown paper, six
coluuiu*. Kcv. J. F. Aldridge is ed
itor, J. B- Dudley assistanteditorand
J. W. Mi D'inald local editor. It has
a hnard ol fivo direeWra and eleven
stork holders. It is isaned every Sat
urday. It ought to be a good and
••Ir iiig paper.
The Southern Heearier aayt it will
ilrop the names of three hundred sub-
M fibera who arc loo mean to pay their
suh.eripiioo. It says it will publish
ilif-ir names soon so other pspofs may
L.-cp clear of them. That may be a
giiod idea, but we will drop tbundrod
nr so who are not worth the time it
Ukea to write their names. Some
f.ilks sra too mean to live.
Tiic factory fever seems to be rag
ing ill our eity just now. We nre
prmuisrd three new cotton lisetories
fight away- Two are to be bnilt- by
the weekly inslallnient plan, while
capiialiata have aubscribed overahnn-
To the State Prern,
The iStor of Zion suggesU that i
send out no papers unless paid for
advance. W'e riae to second the mo
tion. and to urge upon all the papers
in the State to shut down at once.
lot us work together. Send papers to
no one longer than paid for; not even
your brother, or the President of the
A G*o4 Tamier.
Mr. Oliver Peeler" has shown that
he is one of the best farmers i
county. He don't only make good
crops, but he saves, snd judiciously
spends his esrnings. He has paid for
bis farm and bought another tract of
land. On bis farm near Biddlevillc,
last year, he made seven bales of cot
ton. averaging 475 pounds, on,,,®}
This la What They Say-
I know my time is out, but please
ooutinue my paper till next week, till
the 10th. till next month, 4c.,
will seod yonr money. Next week
id next month comes and goes, and
about one of every forty-nine keeps
bis promise. Onr printer lakes none
of these for pay, but m»sl have the
No, we will not continue the
you. You otn do better
without the paper till you can pay,
than we can do without the money.
Pay in advance, save trouble, credit,
Colored BuImm Me*.
•Ired ihouaaud dollars to buiU the
oibcv. Let ’em come. A*ylhl*g I®
build up Ihe city.
Colored men uttompt to do all kinds
of huainew that other men engage
hut their capittl being small they
about it on a small scale. They have
two great bladrauces: They have
Bot had experience to make them
iquals of other men in every respect,
and thoy cannot get the backing
start them in any bniineM
(fbito men can. Yet it is neccsiary
for colored men to become skilled
all branches of business—mcreautile
u well u meobsnicsl.
We have s few eolorod men in busi
ness in the most of our Southern
towns. Here in CharlolU arc a dosen
or so oolorod grocers. They should
be well patronised by our peopl.
race pride, if nothing else. We have
hers, Messrs. Kennedy. Cslvin.White.
Bivers, Cunningham. Hsyes, Wsih-
iogton. Hangbwo. in the grooery
bosiness; Davidson, the tinner, Hs-
gler. Hinton, Palmer, butobera and
Ws must Isam that the suonger
wt make our b«t men toe stronger
«« ar* ns a neo; in fiset that is toe
only way we eun build ouraatves op.
Ws must lay sside ssIfiihnsM and
•nvy. and whils wt try to build up
ourselvss, d* all we esn to build up
ow hretoan wb* toy to build up
isrlSle half liour in j «-*to «««l overcome his infatna-
Tom was eoowiouf
HeulV ao.ooo aalil aod etvlat ttataet
Don’t par Other companies $40.00
profit on a machine wOT so ooon as thu
DEMOBE8T. bat buy direct of Uie maa-
ufacturen. Sent C. 0. D.
ITrtU for Cireulan.
OEMOREST FASHION and
SEWINC MACHINE CO.,
Do ron feel dull, laniruid.
.dm. sod Indeacrtbablr
mllr and mentall)': p»pen'
-—M or bkiatlns nfn-r eat
or empUnem of stxmio
Inc. toncue coatM. I’l'l*’'',.
ith, Invrular npix-tit^ Oi
SvuaTon. Irrjtablllt)' •>( U-n,
•KematlDC w'm chilly ac-
I, triinalcnt pains hen-
drowalacss afUT minis.
iltiturbed en>^ -z--
ndeacribablo foehne of
( you have all. or an
(bw symptoins, y
It moat common of
iloua DyapepWa. or T
th Dyapopala. or h
npllcaled your 01m
aater tbc number a
^izcil iluit hi* laito'riiiR
very Ko>d thing. Ihit lie woa rather o
good liKjVing. gentlemanlike young fel
low, will '.1k! truth was Hurt hu* Ik-uiI had
been compi-.'U-lv lumeil through n»A»;uit-
ing during liia’lioUilay irijia. on tlic conti
nent will olsd'whfn.'. with persons of
superiiir ^(x-ial i>ij*ilion, wlio ccrlninly
never winirvUed that Iw was a tailor.
Flndlu ; th.-it he waa generally taken tor
a young iirofirwional mim, or au oflSccr.
or'nl event.*, a private individual of
fcMime. Tom eouW not n»ist the tempta
tion of ktt'piiig up tlie dclurion. until lie
at leiiglli larwue nlmost morbidly eonsi-
tivo 1-11 till' subject of his honoit and
necfssi'.ry t»mip«tion. When he went
away for lii* Kumiuer iHiliilay lie alway*
choib wiiue pl.ice wlicro he was not likely
to come acioas cuslomers, or jieoplu who
knew liim in town, and laid liimself out
for nirikiiig ucquainiancefl among jicraons
of a liigher xtaiirai in life tlian his own.
Tlii* yc.vr 1*0 decided to Bpciid lus
vacation at the quietly fashion.-ible
watering place of Southdorc, liav-
ing mu down for the day to recon-
noitcr and nBcertaincd tluit then- was
nobody staying there who would ivo-
oenUo him. ilo took room* at the
nrinciinl hotel, brmiglit domi lii* dog
cart and groom and n couple of Imrse^
and Boon MlcceolfJ, on the lurte. lennU
ground and eWwhero, In getting
aiJ the l>est lieople.
Among other visitors ut .SoullKloro
were a Col. .-ind Mre. Vnuglian and
their dauahU-r MiiU'l. the latter a re
markably pretty girl, ao Tom tlunighl.
Tlie Vwighniis wore (it.iying at the Hag-
etolT hotel, and were evidenily very ex
clusive and arislocmlienlly unwA-iable
peoide. Tlie colonel walktsi on the jki-
rade occasionally with the old earl of
Piccadilly, who was also Btaying at tiie
Flagatall. but seemed to hold alrxif from
everyUxly elw. H "a® "'dh '■oiisidvru- ;
bio iliftidence that Tom presumed to ;
' acniiH! nciuaiiitaneu with the \ uuglion*, ;
: and in doing he «>“l o‘d>' Hcrujailoiuily ^
' refrained from mentioning hU oecu|«i- j
; lion, hut dropjied liiiitB which were ccr- |
i tainU caleiilatiil to convey a widely dit- ■
1 fereiil iini'n-sAion of hi* iKHitioii. How- I
I ever, he coniriveilioiuake liim»elf ngnv- ;
! able to Iheiu. ami tints guinwl the privi- j
; IcK* of getting or'iBirtuniiie* of ingra- i
i tiating l.iniself with Mis* Maliel,
1 Tliia young lady eusily eajilivnted '
1 Toiii't. i,uscoplihlp heart, and it* nlie soon |
began to evince a very kindly feeling t.s j
! wani liiin it wit* not ioiig U'toiv he real- |
I iad the iiwkwanlm-ss of liU |Ki*iiion.
' That life without Mal>el Vaughan would
be ., dn arv blank wa* u conviction wliich
fon\*l itm-lf ui«mToin'»niind at an early
stage of their aciiuaintano;; yet he wn.*
tn*linelively a'vati- that the iiriw was
beyotiil liiH ti-.ich. Tiie young lady, to I*-
Buie. sinilvd uiioii him bwmly. and tiolli
the colonel and hi* wife, by ilivn-e*.
gn-w (juito friendly to him, even wlieu
they tmild not liave foiled to jA-rix-ive hit
nttaebineiit for their daughter. In short,
liail he lA-eii dilTereiltly situated—had that
luckless tailoring IniKinoa* beta* at the
boflom of (he «ea. which Tom. in lih
Ik fnintie |Kl-|'lexity, often enough wi^liea
the bttek, I
he «|ient a n
.^.eiujiiy horse box. ! “"Nctirly twomonlhsha.1 daptoddneehii
Uwt haj rvli«t was humdi^g. oM e^ ; 7 3^ brfort Tom
tucui. but he ; Imppeaed to comc acre* that voUtito to-
hn Southdore L r . mine ' divW^ again- Ho naturaUy felt ex-
riile.not to numtion he mk of eianing , to him. eee-
aenwi the \ augliau* wl«?n m Hudicqui*- ^ j^^thad ibat^t to my that
oral company. , , « ' he had bcliaved inhuopitabiy to him at
After half an lumr Tom v^tureiUrotn However, he at len^ met
his hilling place and stealthily uuidc lus , accidentoUy one day, when Jaick’s
way to hU U-dnwm. to array hmtvU for meeting maotfested ao forgiving
an afternoon prouicnwle with thpAuugli- ^ ventured, not wilhottt
i. II- felt very iiiuch shaken by- wl^ 1 j • j ^ ^ f„ nevra of toe
B^tidca heme asliamcd • „ ' . c '
luid lui].iA-uea. tcV l«*idea being as'liam,^ • ^ “
of himwlf, the epi-.oil” only served to . ..jisven't
. . . ‘-Haven I wen tho colorAl since that
emphasize the fatal oUwle which ex^« „o„n „( SouthUore." answered Jack,
to Uir- fuinUmeiit of hi* hopes. How- ^
ever, lie pulled liinisilf together and ..i'„ Qfn,fd lofTended liim somehow,”
started forth, after fir>.t glancing cau- ■ indiacrecce.
.lyupnnd down lioiwd. toBco ri ,vas that?" askedJaefc.
there weiv any sign o. J-ack Brace- ••Well. I met him just after 1 parted
i from yon (bat day, and—and bo p"”^
I. to B
y sign of J.ack Urace.
idns fi«- Ihe vanity of liuman f^i., unu—«.u 00
He hail scurcoly *,;t fea:; niK.n iho ^ widiout taking any notice of m ,
' ming ho and his famUy sud-
If nearly feUlUtoi
, 1 ”.11.', 1 turning very red in tho face,
and ndkiiig very »berly and resiwctfullj nothing
to. no lex. a i^rson than Ool. \ augtu-ui between you? By Jove. I have
himself. : ij;” ^-rjod Jack suddenly, with a buret «d
Tom turned from red to white and ' i(ju„hter.
from white to roti again, a* ho stiw 1 ,.w|,at ig ihe matter?” inquired Tom,
ro..ted to the spot, overwhelnioil wiUi | surprise,
rtHifusioi) and amazement, until he sud- ; ,.]5j.p(,nd upon it, tho old chapthonght
Ueidy ri'-dized tliat lie had not lieen per- I j upon him. It struck mo he
celled. To hurry on one side, m tho , „hen we met you;
li»iM. Ilf cKTipiiig oiwrvntioii, was a , ,*-run-el to mo afterward, though
•xcciitcd maneuver: but tliat j ,ijdn't trouble mv head about it, that
Uie ' *j>oke‘d you as if he thought youw
[ tliat '
L'lit of hesitation and uiicer- ,
iirf ilKeated hi* oliji-ct, for. t
■ ■ - i.ht right of
' irli ciUiiAil
ih u start,
id to stop,
le*,!*-, over Uio
■■ said Jack, with increased n
ihI (h.nt he had l-ft
of miles K’liiiul him.
ilrcmlfiiUy ui^'t and
iini>o*ribli' (•> doubt
il ri'M-iJ i-VL-rylliing
If he ctndd only
bservoil. his secret
ife, for his name
e lieen men-
Hut jack h.id unfortunately
recognizisi and saluted him: Col.
V:ingb.-ui h:id also wvn him; aiiil it was
: riiirkiil his obvioh* duly of infi
: Col. V;iiiglwn of what he must, by
s lime, liavo lenriieil from a lliinl
-iv. In vain did |s«.r Tom i-nUeavcr
or uphold biiiLself with des
■ it >I:iIa-1 V:iuglian
I aTOinlloie to 11rc--
UoM'tor'a iviiaonablo length of time- If "“’t
oured. cotapllcatkin* mulUiily unit IonAiuii|>-
Uon of the tuns*, Skin llliniisea. lUnrt IM*'**'.
BboumaUsm, KWavy lb*-**'.'>r
— . ilaiiif, toM't in (uiu. aiAiner
O^^Urce’a UoMcu itiedicnl Dis
covery sets piiwtTfully iMMin ^ l.lver. iumI
througb Uiat xrvat l>li»*l-l'UrtlliDg «i^ .
Tl/wnuA ibo sjvtetn of all hlnoil.tdiits sml 111 -
purltM, from whaf
neya. anil oibw ex
ftreoftlMsilns, ami —
OB onpetlzInK, namnOli- ..
(Ugwtlwi Bod nuerlUnn. UirnHiy t
both Orth and sto-flirtli. In nwtarl
Ibr.’Pierce’s Uolden nrdlenl DIa-
"cures all humors,
Scaly or Itouah Skin. In ahert. oil «>**■•“
by bad Mold on. OHiiiuimd l>> 11
powerful. imrtfjNnit. and Invlyoratlnk'm'-
g^. On*l Bating I l’-re *“”■
IM benlinHonueni*'. Bum-elany la* K inn
fakul Hi n>Hi-n'-y In rurtnK li*i'-i. i-Aia'ti
’ I,..,,. i‘«pi>,,n..ii« Sa.i-,. l-.i',*A Sen..
Iciil cliiuiei-o! iB-iiig WficonH*i ny im-m
ns u Hiii-iii-la'v--a fact wliieli was
brouglil fiiri-ibly to hU mind by tlie fd-
hiwiiig si-gnilieniit circumBtam*-:
(hie day I'.n-re uiiiH-arml ui«iu the scene
a little l'ile faced, lank liain-d. weak
kneetl young man, who prtsti-nted him
self .-It the Vaughan*’ aiartnu-nl* with u
di-gni' of Jissuram-e whii-li eaiuied Tom a
iciig of :i;:';ry ji-.-*lou.*y. Ue wa* told
aftorwiiril tluil he was a niercliant in llio
cilv and tluil hi* name w.ts Walnut; and.
judging bv the bliwlios of Mi*.* Vaiiglian.
It w.-i*im|«i«jb!u not to jwreeive that tlie
little gentleman wim one of her admireni.
But Tom's n’sentmi-iii iiiickly vatiishtsi
v.-hen he v.-i;iieMS.-d Ui
lie Ilf Ihe prestimplui.u* Mr. Walnut,
Tom "luiik into Soulhdore. hoping to
ain hi* holi-l without coming iierus* the
augliimn. He w:uit.*l time for lenec-
iin and c-iisiUemlion; in f.ncl. to com-
iBs- hi* mind for the onlealof facing iho
ngrv mill indipiant i4ircnl». Ihit some
engoful fate secmeil to Iw d-«giiig his
jotstep- lint liny, for wlio shtrtild he
un apiinBt quite 1
'Cti*lly on luniing
■Didn't you tell him Own" liegan
Tom. reddening guiltily,
■■If.' turned tail ami bolted directly he
KIW me Ii'sl to you: iu-st as you did,Tom.
llnn-i il. what doc* il mean?” cried Jack,
Ugiiinliig to look knowing.
-! ih'iiicht the colonel had found out
ilmt 1- I"— licgan Tom, with In-
nxie-iiig Cl iifusion.
•■Were in luidncss? " interrupted Jack.
•'Hu didn't liiid it out from me. and un-
U*.* you told him yourself”
••I .lidn't. cenainty.” interrupted Tom
cap'i'ly. but blushing rodder than ever at
Jack s buuioroua glance.
1 --Sorrv I scared the old boy. then;
; tlioughl' it v.-n.«n't iny/ault. I can un-
! dersi.eiil wlint liupp^wl- Believing I
' bud told you ull aliout liimself, and that
■ you were a swell, the colonel madu a bolt
of It railier than face you afterwaM. I
; BUiipow: he hail bccu liouncing a bit, th?
I Militarv man and all the jest of it?
1 Hang il, it's as pind a* a ploy! ' roared
1 Jack. ,
t lie a military man?’ gasped
"Voluntecni, lli.at'B ail; but holiday
lime he always comes out strong, and
goea s.-'mewlim- where ho is likely tO
meet (.well* wliom he knows in the way
of Intim.w,” explained Jack, contempt-
Taken imawari*. and opprcsseil by a
giiilly .and craven Hjiirit. he gkinced at
llicm falleringly, doublingly. nervously,
and huiTicd lost before -giving himself
lime to unci'viT. Tin' Vaughans evi-
d.-iitlv lA-rceived him. for tliey showeil
signs' of ronfusion. hul none, iilasl of
r.-co-giiilion. and Tom i-ainfnily realized
Ih.al he had Ixvu cut dead.
U wii* not until *ime iiourH later, .after
umlen*! disciiusolately along the
m til” dcptlus of frcnziisl metan-
I desiKiir, with a disliuclly BUi-
iciicv. iliat i«>or Tom'* drooping
gaiiVaiiillv to revive from the
• • m, he kid
i-eiveil. It V
B of *
wta. lMla.iiwbiinvli*,:t.i-i- Kj*-.
80M emit kwcll.ln^ lll|>-.>^nt
te .l*«cllln»' (.orto-._or Iktcl
Msmtif for a lanre TreatlM'. with colon-d
-FOR THE BLOOD 18 THE LIFE."
dlrvlkm, a.falr_Akln. .Iwtosn'^
crii-,liiu” and huuI annihilating character
that, at Ih ' end of five tiirnuu-s, |*K>r Mr.
W;iliuit ti) ik his ili-i«rturo in on utterly
limpcoi.chion. and went and nnokeii a
jaJe (.ig.ir «iii the .It-iiH of a bathing ma-
hiuo until the m-xl train left tor Liudim.
Tom could uol help feeling elated hy
tho prefcrfiico which the Vauglians. by
Imphcaliou. thus manifi'Hled for himself:
Ull liieczpr.i. I-n* of indipi.atioii uttered
by Ml -■ Mj'j. 1. as well da her iwrenl*. la
jir. \«’i.lnul’!i i-riMimirtion. coosideriiig
tliat Ilo «aa onlv -Bometliiiig in tlw
dtv. " made Tom' more dejeetol than
evt-r. Mr. Vvalnul'ii fate aj.iiealed to
1 him as a frir.hiful wnming of ibo Irvat-
; meiit which he must eijsjrt wlien tlic
Piemta ! ttoie arrivi-d for innking lh«^ inctitablu
ami lessl ; mel.ilion uIb iii hi* own biuuiK** (xtu-
.... - inti 1*1^ i Kitio;i No wonder llgit lio was inclined
bodurbealihwiiikevan.aitoed. ,.,,1,1. j.-jj. auil a» his devot.*m
CONSUMPTION, i toMi«M.'.bl inerea'wd. ao also did hit
whlebtaieral»UofttooI.BiiKB,i»BiTc*tea ; dilHcultii-, ami awe of herjkuvnt*.
- —^ br this rnncii). !f uihen ta the ^ jjq, |,x>r Tom regretted very Utterly
falai’InaSSl : his falal i.rocnu.iliiatioii a day or two
mpisiA now wnrW-tamtvl rem- later, wlwi. an ominous incldeDt
•J'oeeurred. He was lounging in Uie doiw-
ter ; «a,-of hi* IwHd .me afSmoon when a
from l« woodertulcOT- wn!:oneUP iss-'-il in front of him. laden
with u rowil-, ,mrty of cxruretonbtt f^
,_Jnt no« onlv mdghlxiri:'-.' watering place « bar-
jptli*. but ter >11 .J.,, ,,0^.
ewB-i J J I s wma-d liW Inml (d liim with
Liver, Btood, and Lungs. >■;
Vaughan*. Wo* it not inasible tliat ho
was liimself lo bkiliu- fiirwlial laid oc
curred? Might they not liave been at-
froiiti*! at hi-. Udiaviis-. and thus let him
go by wiilsnit rccognitioii? Tlio idea
laiHSOi’l through thu gloom of To-'-
••In the wri#of basiness?" murmured
••Yes; ho Is a breoclKS* maker—
Vauglinu & Tomlinson, Lamb’s Conduit
•■That Vaughan!”exclaimed Tom.with
‘■Yes; .and 1 sav, Tom. I wonder if
he'll say -ihat [texer’ in the same s^of
way when lie learns who yon are?” aakl
Jack, with a wink.
Tom wiw* BO covered witit guilty con-
fiijion that he imturally could not nppre-
cblc the humor of Hie Bltuation nske^y
a.* Jack Iln.cedid; but while his friend
wa* indulging in a fresh burst of laugh
ter Tom t.uddeniy gr3-*ied Hk! fact that
ihi* startling revelation Iiad its bright
i,U-. Itiueini.'d that there had been a
iiL-u'-ulerKtanding; for, by the light of
Jack's cxpInnatioD, Tom Ixgan to realize
tlsa: the Vauglians. on that eventful
eniiig. had iningiiied tliat tlicy liad .
en [lurpoHclv Kli'glite.1 by hi* omheion
Ndule ihern'. Vexcil ad lie was by hi*
... n ■.tiipidily. Tom esix'rienceil a deli-
ciousthnli .4 joyous cx[>cctetion when
"Uo voii know Mabel Vnughaa,
"I've M**!! licr—Igindsotnc, Un t ibe?
Little Walnut L* a lucky cliap.”
••Wahmt! ” repeati-d Tom.with ghastly
decent little cliap; the
junior of a firm in the general funiishing
linu in Tottenham Court Rond. Rosewood;
Teak & Walnut.”
• Well, wlail alioot him?" cried Tom
in a eh.iking voice.
„ .. , ••Di ln'l you SCO it in the paper?
Intcly pn**'tifcd 1 jack, i.liiring at Tom. •■H« mar-
inceiaaDlnti.aks ; jjabci Vaughan Lutwcok. "--Lon-
of Biiusliiiio through
NoM iiilx r fi«. ihiiug'i its elt.vl was, u
luippilv. harillv less cvauextviU. la hi*
hetiil ihe l«r.r fellow felt tlvat tlie hoi«
was wild ami deill-ivc. but still he clung
to U. mid hugged it through the dia-arv,
wakeful eight ' ' ' ' ' '
of hi:, ili-iiial fi>ritiodi.ag.. -V* «irly’ tlio ^ frijii,.
next innming a* ho could d.wlilly do so 1 ■
he [iri-inte-1 tiinuclf ut the Kliigsl:^ prlnee UUraairk'a Sob.
Ig ot 1110 vrem- I b-ai.ok'gizc. tocxplaim [ pnneo Hiiuuatck liad ju*t sealed him-
;j>ert wlien tlio I t*"' *’‘T'T^^,'t**«iirh dire miirriv- ■ dinner and placed hL* epowt into
Bckitiingr.* tlie netM was. ItBeemcd al- ; whoiiateUgram frotii Berlin wa* handed
iui>l n relief to liim to leant that the ! to him. "Tlie mexagi" mjuiia-s
Vatigiuuis had Budiienly left by tlie night 1 mediate rcidy." «“d he.
tniiirtiic|ircviou* evening. • | self to to gurot*.
Il was rvmarUeil by hi* hotel acquaint- get c®bl, nuRg.-rte.l
of ealUa*’ tt Us “1
your roup will
iiwci u-L- ” — them. "It
, n-a* veTj ni«h*dlm!gid i £ l>rtter it idmuid get cold t^ Hiat Her-,
mimlerof hUitav at K.«ith- bert slKmld grow hot, i^iod Oiepnn^
, ...J.*!* wero uncertain, and | joccwly. tvfrrring to In* aon. the "C^
1 iBdween ll>edcep«tUe,’n-*i..n . of tl« im^'- "Hj
.t I..b4erou» hilarity. He be- '■ bi* work, contm^ ll« ^
. of to penoBal apm-araDC-. 1 If I do not n ply right avvay
titan wa-s good for liiio, anil| j
caiiH' caiVM- 1 of nu penOBai appearauv.-, , ■— --r-y ••*.— 7 -* . . _
Kimebody in short, i-otitrivwl to diminiali very con- ] much more urgent ^ th» a
r Wak UiacB. FptBliw of Utood. BSset- * t nmte« ' y * »■» , 7 , ^ .,.,1 r> forn.* to town aontewhat Aowa.
SittWotSeKiaal catartb.,nw^ lyoujg ha«Uerda.!iiT. whaw glace e.orr
a, ^SS£, B*mr OouaL. aud kliShvd faiuiniea wo. •.. iiliti u hUioo a Uirow of tuiru[llj. a._,»,i th-t *“* DlB““sd to Ttmr.
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