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The Evening Telegram (Newspaper) - October 23, 1885, Cincinnati, Ohio OOOD-BTB. l>OK4 KKA1>«00»AU, fin New Y*rk Inilcpcndrat.) W« MocKl togtther, the and I; Tti««haortiig tro«d went erawUng by; A "torin o? vniM* 11111011 our o»w, And ffnltnr l«ng|it«r mixed wiUi taart, , it tbe puling of tPe warx parting! jhfcf fortuno «sroada a paintod thow; d«»l in paK««atgo; Bud« trafño iuta It» «oHodlng^náll And hope and pa*lo« rlaeor'tell At the parting of IIm wayx Abmit u« twar7n«<l the at ran nou* train, With looka of tongingrant in vain; For atlll the mrrant uncd apara Tbe laat raprnach, tjM iaat tnnbraa At tbe porting of tba araya. Than grtof and Joalliw met by rlmnee. And tnmble atayod tne awlmmlng glnn<« - Two women, ioat in atranalod apcecb— Two bmtberi. Iraiilmr earn to owta, At Uw inrUng of tbo waya. lanid: Itraiaoa, w« know not why. The rrowd la prtaaing—liOfra. gnod-hyol Aa Hrareo la }u«t. onr patha aball BMot trae kiaa to make tbe moaiant awoat At tbe parting of Uw waya. , AT BAY. (By Mra. Alexander.] ‘Tbe Opera futnitiae.” muttered Olynn, with a atrung fraling of annoyance. /‘He will aee hit Auteoll attraction, *aad rerognife me in attendance. The prea- him after •itu    lu    «acviiamiiii-v.    amo    ¡ ence of anch a father, too, will diapoaa to bellere It’a a raae of fair game; but, 1 all, I have no right to think (H of Drering. rloa* There i« a ctiriouaaort of fate about the whole affair. 1 am a fool to worry myaelf. I will try to en)oy the paging hour aiwl let omen» and anguriea alowe.*' On rearbing, hit daatinstfon Olyua inonntod to tbb thlnl eiage, and waa ad-mittefl by a neat bUp-k eyad bonne, to a dimly llgbtcl little rcetubule. eontAining aime oak chaira and a amall orange tree in bbjaaom, tbe perfume of which waa almost nter powering. • “líntertHen, MonMeur,”tald the aerrant,* tbrowing open one of the acvend doofá on either finci aiidi flirhn found biniaelf iii a uraity pl<-aaant aalon and tha preaence of Mira Tjimbert, who, aomewbat to hia attr* prise, w M in outdoor dreaa. “My father will be here directly,” ahe aaid, giring him her band. ‘'Hehaaaona to fetch our frienda, Madame and Made-inpiarlle DaTillSers, for we have changr-d o«r 1‘lane; not Iwing abla to aecnn* plaeee at tfie Comique for tonight we prvpoae to drive tbroocb the boia and dine at tne Cafa da Madrid. 1 bopathia will be agreeable to youT*    , “Apy arrangement von make will be moat acrreaMelo me! raid fitvnn, in'de-arribably relieved to ñod hlmaeif and her (lei ivered from the fioaaibiUtieii of an encounter with IWrlng, and charmed with tbe Unprt'terding ruAnenient of her aur-roiindings. 'The room was well but aimply furni.vlicd, and innocent of the Aasbr finery w'likh might have hwn looked in an aimrtment where ljunbert waa inastrr, Sotne small bnt good water-colora enlirened tb*r walbi. whitb were of a neutral tint; au o|>en piano loatled with ijitiair; the Store converted into g «fand for flowera; the furniture of (urrtdoak and green velvet, a auiuil basket work-table, orertlowlng with hrigbt-colored wiooU and f>ilk, some fine old china on the inantle-elieif; a vaw- or two on corner-tnu kets, forme<i a pleiw>aot picture of com fort and bryo artillery oflilcer ^1 dratination) chattered gaily, and was well seconded by Ids host, whose Freprh, though fluent and amusing, was imt distingulshefl ,by .grmn^mathud rorrectneas, or ptr.ty of ...... dal' accent. His danghtcr said little, but that little showed she eould express herself pointedly. Moreover, she looked so frank-IV and cotifldingly at Olynn that he felt as if she aoceptcfl tdm, stranger though he was, as an hereditary friend. He had to exercise Some self-control to keep his eyes from saying too plainly how cliarming Ite thought her. The gardens of tbe CTiateau de Madrid were gay and fragrant with lilac and laburnum, mignonette, and jonquila lürabert who iored to do things, in a princely fashion liad written to secure a private room and dinner. Tbe fiarty wi s therefore received with great politeness and attention. The young ladisa betook theroaclvas to the garden, foliowad by the gentlemen, ex-«•ent lAunbert, who went in doors wrilh mii^me to order tlie wines. They were sooif summoned to table, but In tiw short interval Olynn observed tliat Vincent made a decided attempt to separate Miss lambort from her com|ainions, an attempt which sbe fnlsirated with calm, resolute politeness, rrmsrkable in so young a girl. Tbe dinner was excellent, the comiaioy animated, pleased w ith themselves and ear h other, i^haps slightly noisy. Madame Daviliiers Aalaed well If she also talkoi a good deal. Ijunbert occasionally, often unconsciously, said good things, and told a story with jxilnt and humor. Vincent devotid himself to niadaute. 'Youiuf Ia-Clerc to his consin and Miw lambcrt. (iiyhn waa for some time an oliservant,listener, more and more amused and purxled at the Incongruity of tlic whole affair, and galhering from the conversation that mademoiselle Antoinette Iravillien ha«l liecn Miss laimljert’s dearest friend at tbe convent wbool, where they ha<l iqíent m^rly six year* together, . tbit the papa navllliers held «orne government employment, and that Vincent waa the ■nl fu agent for a Jf«w York cohmien ial liousé. IaiAi>crt'a own occujration seetm-<l tery in deflnite. He talked of having been *con- occutration. o« kno w the Tafe de course?" said Mira Iwmbert, when (ilynn Iwd Laketi a sent, as she put her mtuic to- nected with the press, of Itaving had bus! newt Interviews with various srtiste«. of writing liimaslf on s|>r>rting matters. The symposium wa.s prolun||^d. uud when it waa over, Glvnn, observing a piano In a corner of their dining-room, aske<l Mira Lambert if site remembersd her (atbcr's promise, Uiat she vhould sing! “Yea,” smil iig. ‘ Bit, it was his prtmi-is«, not mine.” “Ahl my darliii',” cried Iwmbqrt, overbearing. “You’ll dithoiior your fatJirr's draft ou TOur musical bank!'.'' N'o. 1 will sing with pleasure by-and-by. Antoiiiettc will b»gin. ’ * “And au uncommon sweet little pipe she bat. of her own. .Mademoisell* is always gnicious-rand ready fo give pleasure! Opeu the ¡ustrument. Llsif, 1 Itopc it i»,n l au in-Blniment of tortUrc. ' “It might Ite much wor'c," slic re,fnrn»d. when she had played a few t hords. “Come .kiitoiuette,''sue said, as she began an ac-(utii|>aninieiiC and M'lle. Iravilliers, a neat little blonde with a snury ‘’tii- jUe«l" nose-and a pretty toilette of the lafct fashion, went over to the piano, and in a *we#t. slightly shrill wtpraiio prr«eedc<l to fequcrt some ideal Jetuim-tle to look into the well, that the rvflectiun o.‘ h< r blue eyes might Madrid OÍ i    the singer .‘«he «ang vfitb mUCh SSE months In the country «vary year to ms! • Jife I'OBiplete.” “Have you been accuMomed to tbe coundry, llien?” •‘Yes. When we came first from Australia I was rather delicate, and I used to live with the kind women who took care-of me after my tnotlier's deatli at iier brother's /arm In a beautiful cdbntry on tbe borders of Wales, It was a delightful place. Tlien w ben 1 w’os about twelve my fatiier thought 1 ought to learn something, and he pnt me to school in the convent. I have never been in Kngland einee; still 1 always fancy 1 am English." “And I feel aiT if you were; but Mr. loimbert is American?" "Not by birth. Tell me. did you kuow my fatlier very well long ago?" Yes; that is, we ran some risks tr.igetlier. Why do you ask?" "neca lause you are so unlike all his otlicr friends." “indeed! Am I too English?" “No; I ran not exactly say wliat the difieren» e is, but it is very great.” Somehow Iheee few sinifde words elate.1 niynu as though th»ry contained th¿ high-•est conipliment. He restrained the reply which sprang to his lii«, and clianged the subject by exclaiming; “Tl»ere is the river; how fine it bjoks in tbe m(M>nlight.' there “Yes, there ia real harmony there ' Yo i ore right, Elsie," exclaimed her father. “It gives (»ne tiie feeling of being ill « hurcii wheu the organ w playing.” “And you and your deligmíul singing give me the feeling of silvery light upon u still simsdh lake," said Glyiin, in a low tone m hl« companion. “You will he for ever flsíoí iatcd in niy memory with mooii-iight and music. ' Tilaie «mikrd a thoughtful smile. ‘•I am not »ure that such an ii-<>ociatjon of ideas ir<| goo<l omen. There is something iiummful and mystic in the moon,” “I c luld never bring anything but good to you, ' wbispcrwT Glynu, who waa strangely Mtrred i«y tlio charm <>f liis comr panion. the.lieauty of the scene, the curious fatalitv which had brought him into conta<'l with laiiobert after iiaving, ks: sigh! of him for m many years.; j "rtieu! ' cried MaiiemoissUe'I>uTllli«rs. •1 am »-x'piring with fatigue, ami I havg all that long way to walk back"’ "Not at all. my dear young lady," said fjimbert, with a «nperior air. “I mad* a few iuqiiirica before we started, and told them to semi on one of the carriages after us. There, I thing I hear it coming” The drive ligck was a fitting end to a delightful day. fHynii se»ured a »'at next Klnie, and thongh neither of tJieni tpoka many words, he at least felt that the (d*c-ti i • ó imini o c-iflon of unuttered ij mpatby was I ompiete and suflleietit. “Ílhanlí jou for a lelightful day, Mr. loirnWt. ’ • .\fy dear hoy —it bad jlieen “my dear sir the day before—“it 1» a real pleasure to ir.eet.yoii. loiok in on us now and a«un. :uie I ani sure my «laughter will be deUgLled. Kl.sie! Where is sh» ’'’ “.Mi'»' laiTuUrt is rather tired, 1 think she ha." gone in. (ííKid night,—thanks, 1 have a <-igar." _ rHAITEK II. MONON RDUm THECAB I.INK HETWEEM "'“'ifialiJniliiinapolls.Glileago, AND THB MOKTHWB9T. 2-EXPRESS TRAINS DAILf-3 With i:ie««ar Pallaiiui mMú Thr«««h C«ftrhe«e "'•“'“‘HO'T-’iNDttNAPOLIS Tbreugh Car Line vial Diraol ComAT Fifth mné Mtiálw BtrteU, TU-kH O0ÍC0 N.W.r C»r. ath and Fine fit» JnO. H. CAItfll$OM, District Pmm'B»r Agt, 129 Vine Ptnrat, Clncinnatf, O. gOBN B CAIUWJN. ^WM.H BALD WIN. ^ HEW8BOY8 8UPPLIED 1' with the EVENING TELEGRAM AT THE following BRANCH AOBNCIB8: getber and eli»«eil tlie fdano. ‘Yes. I know it well; Itts a capital piare pii|iiani espreraion, ami wan loudly applauded. , "1 think 1 should prefer looking into the to dine at “f hi such a fin* evening it is delightful to lie among the trees, the| tie quite grern already, and there is a cliartaing walk down to the river. We must try and pur«nsd> Madame Daviliiers and the dear lather to walk; do you miud walking after diooer?'' 8he aat down audiieuly m abe spoke and lookwl straight at him gravely, at if it was a question of the Ust impórtame, “Ouas she think me an akl fogsyr thought Glynn, and answered with a amlle, ”1 have not yst raached that period of life when rrpooe after eating ia asaential.” t “No,” stlH oouaidselng him gravely/Jyou arc much yo jnger than my father. Wnen ha spoke of you as a comrade I thought you must he about the same age. Is it long sinos you metf ’ “Ouite ten years.” “That Is a long time. But my fatiier U always young 1 M«metirocs think be Is Younger fb* , I- am—nothing depnsnes , him. Tia I» s full of reaonrce; and enjoys as if h* ^ere but flve-and-twenty.” « “Yes, I war always Strqck with his remarkable readiness. Do you remember America.    > “.kmerioa* I never was in America. I was born In Australia, but my father—— Ah! bcre be ir." iookttig out of tlie window as a carriage was heanl to stop, bhe took up her gloves, whh-# were lying bc-siiJe her sunshade, and legan to put Uicm on. In another moment t ie door opene|> ta a<lmit Lambert, who «.oun* In with au «xprow!onof radiant ratisfaction. ‘'(ilynn, mv fine fellow' I am delighted to we Tou. Ilua mv «laughter told you we iiaifl changed uur plans, sbd substituted a jittb' diiioer at the )isdri<l instesnl of baking ourselves at Ihs C'oiuiaue? ail right com* along. Madame iraviltk-rs an«l 'Tlonelte are waiting for us below; they have brought tbe couaio, young Hanri Ira nerr, Elsie, and who should I stumble 00 Inst St the comtrr of the Rue d'Aguesaeau, •ut Vincent, going to dine all alone by himself; so 1 made him lump up on the hox. We'It be a nice little party; you ladies will liave a cavalier apleca, and one to Sparc, that’s myaelf; I am only a super blue eyes thcuiraives, to sean hing forarohl reflection." sai«l Glynn, .who had pla«ed himralf at tbe eu«l or the piano, so as to sec the faces Of tbe singers. “ll would be fat better,” returned Mi« Iranitiert; “realities at* alvrays best." “Non, Elsie; we are waiting for you," crieil her father. Her reply was to strke a few chonta and'begin a sweet, wild, plaint-' ive air witli lUiian words. Her voice was rt.Avis«, «VITU riKX. When t.jynn wo! encxt moniing to broad d.iy. lb»- iioi*e of the busy street., and lbs coins ioii.'‘fus< of au early bic-tinesí, apputnw iiient. iasi tiight, niilt iú mui-icaml moos-lishl, »»•* iu< <l to'Hm drcain-likeandnnrcal. It Wan ail ‘very pUiuiaiu while it^^. Lilt ill a few days lie would quit ' I'ari.-, and probably Mfc loiinliert «,r tliái won<krfully charm ¡lie «laughter of his again. What w«>utd b* the destifjv of such a wonraa so pla<t«l''’ Not bappinera. he icareiL if vbe were all she seem*-«l. Y« t b«.>w devoted that queer li.sU Irambert was to hir. Ho fur as be could take rare of her he would; but what {icrcep'ions couhi he liave of wliat was right and suitabie kr a delicate sensitive girl? However, Glynn had other thin{pi to think of just th« n, and wran Ijwtened away ¡to peculiarly rkh and syu^tbetic; its loner notes wan sagweially fine; ahe had been tborougbly well taught, and had besides a degree of natural cx|>reseion that sent her toiKw rgiit to tbe heart of her hearrra. 'Thti is indeed mnei«'/’ said Glynn, in a I low voice when sbe ceased. ‘‘Do vou feel •oniething of tbe deliglit you give?’'’ Do 1 give you delight? You look as if now a-days; dun’t forget a wrap fur coming home.' Kiise locked Hie drawer of ornamental burvsu. pnt the key fu her fHwkrt, and diK'lared herself ready, and raiitbert led the way downstairs. Arrived at the rntrauee, (ilynn was duly prssantad Pi Madame and Mademoiselle Daviliiers, in wjioai lie recoanixcd the ladras who were with Miai irambert at Aateuil; they smllrd and bowed most graciously, expressing their delict at M Lambert's change of plana in rmthtr shrill-. Pinei raptares. After a little cunfusioa it was settled pbat Mr, Vincent, » very elah-aratrly fot^up conUnentalisrd American, with fair hair, moustaclic, and complexion, sad ratiier sleepy |iale blue eyea. should escort M idame Daviliiers' ami her daughter. While Mbs Lambert, her father, tilynn, and young Ira Clew, a ao<id« looking hoy in lira aolytechniqaa anifona. shauld ocrupy anotlrar open earriage. Glynn faiinad ha ohaerved an einression of darldcd relief In Kkie's late as Vincent took the Mat araigned him,'hiMl sha gave her hand to Irar father, who ami-tod her with rarcful imlitrneis to irar place; it wae abeurd to feel pliNuod hr to triMlira an indi-latlon—yet (ilynn dni fral plesiM-d. Tha «(rive along the beautiful Champa Elysres, and the Avenue «le I'Imperatrice. as the aptihwrh tu the turn was then culletL ia etbilarating—«s|e< lall; ly when sea(«-<l opfodte an 'tK-eedlngly | iFtty woiuau, whose prettinesa potsrases a larauliar eharm (or your oau individual taste, and with wh«>na, for some wcuU reason you feel in sympathy. Away I>a«t the luariowette showi^ and Dunrb ami Judy's, the well-kept gardens and foantaínt, tbe maiuioM all stralteied from tba beat by tÍM-¡rei«aed jaloustco, at tha further <md, rwaiul the wi le sweep wliith mdrrlea the Are do Tru'itiiihe, andón |«s( eplendld equipogcs rttiiniiag frPdi ihaafiensuon drive up and down Lomi Chamties' their you liked my ringing,—! am glad. “It is tieavcn P> listen to you,” be ex» claimed, almost in spite of hiuiwlf. “Your sung is quits unkn<jwn to me. ' “It is a Folbih air arraugel by my music-for some Italian wordx He is Italian." “I feel as if I were unworthy to ask for another song," said (ilynn, after a short pause. “Whv* Í will singa.* much as yon like, I can always sing welt for thora who llkf my singitig," and again Itef deft fingers * (trayud over the uotea, till tliey seemed to fall of their own u' <-urd into an undulating aceompaninient to which die sang a liarca-rolle—brilliant, playful, but withan undertone of wdoera. ^ "Hhe (tan ring'a hit, can’t «he?" a«ke«i lambi-rt. spprcs hing with exultant looks, •‘Why, sir, sne’d create a furyur, a re«ular fureur; she'd pick up gold for tbo ai-kiug, av, in hateful, if she'd go un the stage, fancy her in the ‘Trovatore,’«jr. TheFiglla' nr •.Martlia'*--glve    iis    *The Last How of duinmer,’ iny heart ;-^wLy. •he'd bring «kiwn any house; aini the obstinate little sinner refuses point blank to appear on the board*, ssys U w«)uld kiU her. Faith, it is a right rojral way l<» keep f life in one, ami the devil out of one s |iocket; by Jove, ahe would hold her own with tbe best, when she Iras a father that can crack a walnut at fifty itaces, and wouldn't mind if it were a «kuU in a good caoas!"    ' Ah, no’ tl«e *Urae would be a miarrable failure to ms. ^uu do not take temperament into aceoiint,” said Miss Lambert with a righ. aad then stopfrad the conver-aathm by thrilling out the ex<]uiait* air fur which Irambert had atdted. “Now," said the ringer, when the bad fiaUhed, rising from Iwr seat, “you roust do what I ask. dear father. 1 want to walk to tbe river.” "It'ta Biiod atep," said Lambert; "and it isn’t eivlTto iaavt your «company ” “But thay will come with me. >ViU you not, Madame DavilllcrsTaitd vou, Aatoia-ette—yon will 1 am suief ’ raking her eyes with a confiding glance to Ulyiinw I shall enpiy a stroll.” la replied. Madame, bowevsr. prtferrid to remain aba waa and \ inreot ofiTered to stay wheta aad piny a muue of piquet with her to poos ■ time. away tlte Rvening was fast rhvring In when they startad 00 their ramble, and the falling dew drew «rat delicious «xloor* from grara. ami Dowers, and sbrulss ** they pr«raee«led aloog the sveaiM wiikh, skirting the but«, led to the river ride. It was longer than Mha Lamhart tboagbt, and tha unxni had risen befure they reacbvd the Keiiie. At first they had kept altogetber, hut gradually Glynn contrived tu separate himself sn 1 Mim Irambert from tiae rest. “And su v«>u bad iM>t<ouriige eO(«ugh for tba stage,'' he said, after a short iwuse In tbeir converia-li«m. Ms their orruirants hrilHant in etqulrite toilettaa, oa dotm the Emprem* tirlstened under a Avenne, anon to ba rs-now order of thinga Glynn eonld not help a keen mms of •masroieat as Ira comparad the pcment rswdiiu ■ of tbe araa opiweite him to bis ‘.No; 1 supix'se it It want nf courage ttrat > bma hoida me bmL -a sort of oooatitutiuual dis-lika torauch a calling. Tbuugb I grgstly ailmire wtressMand ringers Icould not be «me. I loire quiet, siiUnesa- being with a few pwpto 1 like.” to h*dd high council on money matters wi a «Irarp but sofl-spokeu Grrmao J« w, wboM oilinem had not a atorihlng effei-t on tbe i-ofd. clear-atfhtcd Knglljtnum. Businc-ra hours are earlier in Paris thaa in Irandon. (ilynn found hitnscif 00 Hottlevard des ltulivii% and free, while it was still early (nough to pay a viriL With A vague curiosity, arij-ing fmm very mixed motiví ». be directed his steps to the hotel where .Mr. an«l Irady Frames Deeriag lodgwl, and found that lady at tea with her son—a pale, «Iclicsie, deforme*! itoy—ar»d a gentleniau of middle height, with a fniak, sunburnt fa** and a rv>rtatri «a*y looseness about his Well luode clothe*. “VoU are just in lim«- fur tea, 51 r, Glvnn." raid Irady KramvM, in a a>ft but monotonous voice. "l»o you know my eoutin, Captaiu Verner*" “Y’e*. ’ tlie geiilirmcn hal met before, and they ex*'luing<‘d a few civil words. "Is ihi.s your hrrt visit to Paris*" asked (ilyun, kindlv, as be drew hi# chair beside tbe sofa on which the |.qy aaxly'ing. “Yes. the very first ' "And how «lo you like it ‘‘Oh, 90 much! It is «0 Wautiful an«l bright. I shnuid like tu «tav Lsrc alisaya" ‘ liertir is much better and stronger since we « ame itere, whicit iiartly a«-c«iunta for hit wish to *ta>, raid htsmother, with a slight sigh.    j "I wish I could lake ■sou tosca, my l>oy." cried I 'aptain V«rner, a cruise with roc would make you all riglit loidy Fram e* turneU h t ¡«ale eye*ou the speaker, and (eIviih nof»«e«l tfiat they «lark-en«*d with a look <>( inUuw loiii; only for an instonl, w Idle she said with her usual «omp«i*ure, “I liKve no doubt tlial Herbert will he «|uite fortified by Dr Iramairr s treauugnt. Then the sitnuuer i« before him, anil he will h«\e g»ther«d xtn ngth before winter. Wiiio r is very seven- sod dreary at De»iham." "You shoul«i ,winter at- paiermo V observed Glynn. sort of phice to make you forget im'uhle.' "I wish you .. would, " said Venter, earnestly. "Htv could," relumed Ladfy Franees. and sfie rrwc' to ring tbe boil. 8he was very tall and slight, exceedingly dignified and «iehlK,rale in fi<r movement*, and would have been rather handsome but for her exfreiut stillnesa. (soldne« and want of «Hslur. A pale blonde souads like inaipidiiy, but Irady France* was uot in-sipiq, she was a gn«t lady to th«‘tfpaof her fingers, vet simple in «Ir-s» and manner to a degree ibat bewiliercd Unra-gorgnius dames, tbe wives of ber liusband's wealthier «Kinstitueats, on the rare tx-casions when they were admitted within the siH red portals of l>enhaiB Ca*Ur. (joatlauad Tomorrow, tllLLIAMi<. Tbe iietrt king. stoet near Fouxtb, CovtocUiu. ICr.. dealer la p«>rlr>dical*, a«»veltlc*, ouafe<*ti<irrarx, (igars and tolouco. MKF. M. ntiRTZ. perioilicaU, conleclioHary, 4c„ Xo. too (hntrsl avenue. JOHN (ORXEI.L. northeast ftmicf Kocrth an«l John ktneis. Is-eier in Clgar». Tobetco. fariodi'al.". M-. Ifltfi. K, W It.tYES, ar p:um Strc«*t, U«.ir Longwotifa IWelerlO Toys, Ooufo-tiiinerj, tioM aiul toriodKwls. GKURt.E «iUNCJCEÍ f.. No e East Fifth strret. Bear Main. Dealer in ('igor*. Tobe<co and P«-n odical*. JAMEfi FOO.VIO'. VO West Fifth itrsef. near r., H. «I I), depot. Dealer lu Cigoih andlU’ baceo. / o". O’. Furniturer Carpets and StPves ON EASY PAYMEm S. " ' *"• 4 EAST FOURTH ST., feet, Main and Sycamora, «r JAMEfe W. BELLONBY Mana«ep.    fctorsi    'opeu evcnlugx jjintM f p. as * JUST RECEIVED! • □nr Nbw Stock of Fill and BTinter^ Boods I "We gnasantee a perfect fit and a well made np garment at the iowest price of anW place in the city. FILLS & HUMBERT, MSRCHJLHT TAXLQRS, No. 38 East Filth Street. JOHN CURTIS & SONS, Bril.LEIUS OF Flnt-idtiB CpUiGES; Nos. 11 & 13 E.6th St., CmAIHKAN, 0. ffi'cn t ’ r.Ef'.VlKI.Vt. and KKPAl.N'tl.Nu. SuiTies, Phaetons, Buggries, &c. Nos. 11 & 13 E. 0th St., ClRCIHRATl, 0. ^    W    *    aiso have a /.A . lurgt iubortiacn['.»L^ lr«.vcud-tian(i ^ • Vehicles. ' Call and Examine Our Stock Before Purchasing! 0, \T LiUt ALGl i'i niXi;il.vv, Cincinnati Woven Wire Mattress Co. BREWERS SPECIAL QUALITY OF— Positively The Only Woven Wire Manufactory! I'* 3.'(. r Í .'dik Beware of imltailnn. lio not hiiv tive kult wir*- uiidrt till iiuprcskiou that you oiv buying our Ud. We will *el! knit wire for gr. STRONG AND AIRY. ”T.-----k'" And iw.i )ilankr‘.i make s good bt'<I. t oed in all Hoiii'-k. Over r.ixw r^-iercnces in this ritv. fir-t itrvuiiiurol I'lnciaaMti KxpoeiUon la iraj-."! 4 416 and 418 Contral Avenne. RediioM to V) tsvb. tí weekly psymer.t»; 10 per ctntdl*n>uüt if paid at ofise. Cabinet Pilsner Beer! TUB BEST UOIiffES! BxBCUtor’fi Sale of Real Eatate of Jacob Fntzi’Deceased. P • iliri! irKFI'A.VT Td TllF «OMMWD f.f AV «<l*r ot «ah' fn>tn ihe TroUttr o.iirt <il ifati, "iria i»iini.v. <>hh>. Slid to me tUr,« utl, w, h.,¡. oftr forkslv, at public a ji-ttoii, on ELMWOOD! SatvdAT, Octo’cir ¿1,1886, k p m . ii|«in the prenii-e- Np x) « ntier tn*- (illuning d*-»«-rít<eíl rvsl e-ui. U>-wii. All (bat i«rutn port or pi.niun »l h.p. dn< an«lt»ou{ *4uar« ulti*. i>t Iwtu viUltviaiou. TTT^ tbedtyol (ImL'ioatl. lUmtltnn i-u'iriiy iibii. (VBinriieinx on the ea*t«i<1eu( « titier'ntreet ut a g(»(Dl ttxty (W)) feel Mpith ut thi «.inUwiot i«>i asrol UtiiUiu Olid <'utu-r ttr*-*». and exi>'idini; thew* ikiuib ol»iig tiie fast line of I 'utu r -tr,-. t a dlstamt of thirty nte «Xi) to t to ai all llialth, « on;fort • onvcniem e. R'lfiid Traiiiiit. riieap Kar*N Uu'.i'hie Irack, on theC., If, A 1). and    1    llailroail't. LOTS 30x125 FEET! ..^Uniiorin l*ri«'«‘. $350 WITHOUT INTEREST! (.'on.pleic Ab:,liact Fr*e,-%5 ttraucv *w*t stone the non!, line of «mit aih v *Uty (Wt feet to the «-«ii line <»t .rahl h;t nuiuta r two(2i; tbanrv north sh>og the eoft lini' uf »ai<t lot Dumber two l2i. UiM >«une width in rear»»m float, thirty fire feet Ui a polat on noifi line the ( •I Cut theat* west sixty 'Sft> tr«( to the rmn );nr irr street and th« place ut Uglnntnc Apprsiae-l at tl’^.ow. Tenn* of islc Ob* thinl e*vh. to h*ml on die alraJ*. aad the balsate ui two equal parDM-ni* in Ml* 00*1 two years fmu «lay of sole, the d terrcdpayments b> l.e*r -Iji j-er «■rnt tnwre«t. and It is a delightful *pol-a |    “    ‘    , Ta hs *>ld by order of the Frotoie rourt to 1 No. I.917 wher*'ln (he phdersiKlied ore ratltib sad t bsrUrs k layer gtmrdisn, vt ai an ^ Vtll.I.lAM FKir/.. lOl H FUITZ. Kxeenb>r« of Jm-oIi Frlu. detcaaed f ius b. t>ai*>u.    , ( MSKUU r Hi>B*BK»nn.    ; Attsraeys, 47 WlogttM Hloik, (ourt sad Main TWENTY-FIVE DOLLARS CASH, rulaine ♦L.'ifi fwr week, |»«t month    every'three mouth.». Full warranty deed aud immc*liute iMa><«Miiuii given upon payment of $2i. Cominiitatton Tickets Reduce the Cost to 7 Cents a Trip! aialBtini •Smdar PurUia.'U'nt of lot*, building uuriirg Uir pn-went ytnr, w ili be furni-died With a FRKB BAILHOAU 'nCKKT (KKJD K»R 0,NE YEAIl, via (', U A D. or lice Line liailnasd». ‘Iralt, 30x125 f«p*t, only    Only    Ai.'»    ca.*h,    balance    without    interest. .‘MTIMIIvr A VKBIR. AaellsiMwrs. «4* Main »trre(, tlnetaasfi, Ohio. Oaciaaatl, drptcmbrr Ai. Ira'.. .Npoiy.M IbB'FREE Hailroad Tit kct* will be furnished for etaminaUon of tlie proirarty. Plata of the toan and lull information can be obtained by calluig at the oiUt'* ot Pure Good Liquors! Carttfl(rat* of LimiUd Fartncrship. THI* ts to errtlfy that the undandgrifHl panto hereto haVe furme*! s Itmtled («nnrrkhlp «n«J in enalanalty wfih the statute* In such cose mode aDd provtdnl. do bsrehy de< late Fbst. Thai asiit partnervhij. i« m he <x>ndurd*>t ttader the dru dmo ' >4 KtiPKKTh, Kl.Ni.RL A dKLLKIto. gocond. That John Hut. rts whose pU<e ut ivaidetses is Avondale. Ilanillu*n t'ouDty, iihiu. Fnsall Ktnav-I. whoke ptoe ut mldein-e i* • tin ui BOFINGER & HOPKINS,, N. W. Cor. Fourth and Elm Sts., Cineinnati. 0. We have emtcd vixiy hou'q» upon thi‘ hwlwln i-iuii «iui ¡iig liíe ¡o. I ► v 'd.hiUi.«, .u. aatl,Ohio; Wllltam «.. N.U«rs, wh«*e pi«.« ut i«id«Wn<« HUm'iniistl.tibiu. sod Kraakltn .( are now buihiitii; twcuty-thr*'c tuore. I’ersons d« «irou* of obtaiiun,- n *:ímmí U.uje, .dijul»! 1. rst go to Elniauod and look ui *iic dificn nl «tv Ics ol tur» Alter, wiMiae phto'of r*>«idrii4* Is Atóndale liamiltuii OHiDtv, Ohio, are «bl <hv panner* In *al<l Abfiolutfilj Pure Br»ndie«, Wines, Oordifilfi and Liquors for Kediomal snd flimlly uss. •rishlp, auiLthjit muI J*>bn tiutoru Krwuk SD<( Wat («. N-lle.'s an seneru) irariners. ooU auitl JOBR 0. OTXS k Co.*2)nggists, 1.1. Osr. Hits Sfi< Vtis Strssls. wjM>p(a 1 **1w» jfoa ran wot like Taris”* ’*<>h, yss! I am vary li ipgy here. I enjoy «uric ami jpicturwa, aud my fatlrar gma «a avvrytlirag I oau waot or wisk I a« a moat fortunaM girl, ba—" 'Tbars art 'bgla' la avary Ufa” sstd Qlyao, 88 sba gsaaari. He wattted bar lu spaafe 041. "Hmmw la aeorealy a 'bat* ia mitra. I waa |o(af to my Uut I mmm to asat s (rw BenMttri Qlyctrine Uttos I counierarilng An asrraisite artlcla for snceta of the aaluiiiu wlmia an lha tba evil hands and co«|d«xÍ4Ui —rsxsAaia oxlv sy — JOHN C. OTIp k CO., DBUOOim •i Is Oor. Ilxth «mi Vint Mta Frank Alter is a si«« tai inuttier Third, 1 hot Mid h raid tin Alter C. S AHLFELD, Txj.’al T* 1. ■! Thkd, 1 hot Mid I* rank lilt .(iter a**t>ei'lal («art ncr, has ennlrlbuinl P. thi- (tiaiDiftti sdm k «>( «aid paitDtrshlp th< sum ut Dltoo itKiiiMfid duliar* Fiiurth, That ib«‘ l-«isln«'ss tul# irsiiira«led by said yortuerahip la the wbuhraie b«( aud t>a|> rtlth. That said psrtnenthip Is Ui eommeiHw 4»n the 1st day (rt Jut* Isas. and b to Utulnata uu Uta ath day ri Juaa, Itaa. FRANK AI.TF.K, JcHN KtMU Krs, frank RÍ.V<iKL, wq. «i *ki li.r.>4. Slalsaf Ohl«>. Ilaiiilltiin I'niiiitv BaKt Ba n rSMismberad dial on the llih day af <4*!* ISMhsr, liri, bafcto iiMi. ihc uialersigntd. a notary guhlte wUhta and inr said cuualy aad *tate. |wr soaalty api>eaml John Roborta. Frank Htnml, B hbTu. SvlWws aaS FraakUn Alter, and st verally ackawwlaibMd Ura uaklng sad stgiiliM ol tha alHwa oertlMata to to iheir sei, lor tha wws and proa— «ama awaUnosd wimasi^haad aad saai aajortal UUs day and THE HATTER, h.T i . iih -    . ... .'1,1 «>. " \..ik -,-K. vhi ' I..III ** iili lu; li"'-' will. -« t" "I told I'S'ir* *Vtll I*' fix' > ■I 111 I'l: dut' lU.;-,: ti.; I*\fi k« Has mtto**Al ib l.i» ihw buildiii; iq-Tr- t M. 5*1 ' fill iiil* i.'tii ilayui r* p. I I,.;. ' A' VKIIIV « attufueyi sfpratruu Ho. i79 ICstt StTNt, SPONGES AND CHAMOIS! Natory rublk, tlamUtoa (o. n. Wbare It* sells all leading siylavof Hats, ( a|« an<t Glovss for Gents’ami Hoyt at whubisalc pruw Glva him a calL Tho Ifirgost, bost, most complot* lias of sponitos, ohsmois, oils, éo^ coostsotljr oa htnd. xa Mill Strtel Mi Twtül Ml JOHH C. ons i CO., V* B« Cor. BiMth mné Vlns

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