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Our secret chamber norm lilt) enter llu-re.
Bare tlMt oiio eyo tint ivsrer wk rccna
Ami If beneath Hint eye n lo not quill.
Though nil tho world may turn from tn nuldo,
We own n -cret nwor that shall iroTll
When story motlte of our Hfo L trlnl
Unco upon a timo there lived at Simla
a very pretty girl, tlio daughter of a poor
but honest district ami sessions jmlgo
Bho was it good girl, but could not help
knowing her powor nnd using it. Her
mamma was very anxious about Ljor
daughter's future, ns nil good inainmns
When a muii is a commissioner and a
bachelor, and has tho right of wearing
open work jam tart jewels in gold and
enamel on his clothes, and of going
through a door beloro every one except
a member of council, a lieutenant gov
ernor or n viceroy, ho is worth marry
lng. At least that is what ladies say.
There wus a commissioner in Simla in
those days who was and wore and did
all 1 have said. Ho was a plain man
an ugly man tho ugliest man in Asia,
with two exceptions. His was a face to
dream about, and try to carvo on a pipe
head afterward. His namo was Saggott
Barr-Saggott Anthony Barr-Saggott
and six letters to follow. Department
ally he was ono of tho best men tho gov
ernment of India owned; socially he
was like a blandishing gorilla.
When ho turned his attentions to Miss
Beighton 1 believe that Mrs. Beighton
wept with delight at tho reward Provi
dence had sent her in her old age.
Mr. Beighton hold his tongue. Ho was
an easy going man.
Now a commissioner is very rich. His
pay is beyond tho dreams pf avarice is
bo enormous that ho can afford to save
and scrape in a way that would almost
discredit a member of council. Most
commissioners are mean, but Barr-S.ig-gott
was an exception. Ho entertained
royally, ho horbed himself well, he gave
dances, he was a powor in the land, and
he behaved as such.
Consider that everything I am writ
ing of took place in an almost pra-his
toric era in the history of British India
Some folk may remember the years be
fore lawn tennis was born, when wo all
played croquet. There were seasons be
fore that, if you will believe mo, when
even croquet had not been invented, and
archery, which was revived in England
in 1844, was as great a pest as lawn ten
nis is now. Peoplo talked learnedly
about "holding" and "loosing," "steles,''
"reflexed bows," "flO-pound bows,'
"backed" or "self-yew bows," as wo talk
about "rallies," "volloys," "smashes,"
"returns," and "10-ounce rackets."
Miss Beighton shot divinely over
ladies' distance sixty yards, that is
and was acknowledged tho best lady
archer in Simla. Men called her "Diana
Barr-Saggott paid her great attention,
and, as I have said, the heart of her
mother was uplifted in consequence,
Kitty Beighton took matters more calm
ly. It was pleasant to be singled out by
a commissioner with letters after hie
name, and to fill tho hearts of other girlp
with bad feelings. ,But there was no do
nying tho fact that Barr-Saggott wn
phenomenally ugly, and all liis atteinptt.
to adorn himself only made him inon
He was not christened "The Laugur'
which means gray ape for nothing
It was pleasant, Kitty thought, to havi
him at her feet, but it was hotter
to escape from him and ride with tht
graceless Cubbon tho man in a di.igoon
regiment at Umballa the boy with si
handfaomo face and no prospects. Kittj
liked Cubbon more than a little. Hi
never pretended for a moment that hi
was nnythiug less than head ovr huolt
in love with her; for ho wus an honest
boy. So Kitty lied now und again from
tho stately wooings of Barr-Saggott to
tho company of young Cubbon, and was
scolded by her mamma in consequence.
"But, mother," she said, "Mr. Saggott
is such such a is so fearfully ugly, you
"My dear," said Mrs. Beighton pious
ly, "wo cannot bo other than un all
ruling Providence has made us. Be
sides, you will tako precedence of
your own mother, you know. Think of
that and be reasonable."
Then Kitty put up her little chin, and
said irreverent things about precedence
and commissioners and matrimony. Mr.
Beighton rubbed the top of hij head, for
he was an easy going man.
Late in the season, when ho judged
that tho time was ripo, Barr-Saggott de
veloped a plan which did great credit to
his administrative powers. He arranged
an archery tournament for ladies, with a
most sumptuous diamond studded brace
let us prize. He drew up his terms skill
fully, and every one saw that tho brace
let was a gift to Miss Buighton, tho ac
ceptance carryipg with it tho hand and
tho heart of Commissioner Barr-Saggott
The terms were a St. Leonard's round
thirty-six shots at sixty yurds under
tho rules of tho Simla Toxoplnlite society
All Simla was invited. There were
beautifully arranged tea tables under
the deodars at Annandale, whore tho
grand stand is now; and alone in its
glory, winking in tho sun, sat tho dia
mond bracelet in a blue velvet caso.
Miss Beighton was anxious almost too
tnxious to compete On tho appointed
ifternoon all Simla redo down to An-
nandale to witness the judgment of
Paris turnod upsido down. Kitty rode
with young Cubbon, and it was easy to
nee tlutt tho boy wub trouuioa tn ins
wlud. Ho must be held innocent of ov
erything that followed. Kitty wus pale j
und nervous, and looked long ut the I
bracelet. Burr-Saggott wua gorgeously I
dressed, even more nervous than Kitty j
und mon hideous huii over. I
Mrs, Beighton mulled uoitdeiiceudingly
oh bulltted the mother of it potential
commissioiioresii, and the wliooting be
guu, ull the world fctuuding a ecuilclrclo ,
us tho ladloa uiuio out one ufter tho J
KifUiinH M mi imtleMR n nil tirvliery
ooint!Uon Thiy nhol, mnl limy Miel.
Mill tllBy kt-pl nil ulinollliu lilt till) Mill
toft the vnllny mnl IIUIfllirwucsKOt i
In tho ilorMnr. nnd Mtiplo waited for
MIm IJelghtou tn nitwit mnl win Cult
tioii wnn nt oni Imrn of tho Minicltvln
round tlio nliooti'i. und llnrr-UiiiK"tt nt
tho other. Mt Hi'IkIiIoii vvni lust on
tho Hit. Tho Mitring hnil been wwik.
nnd tho brncoli't, plnn CmniulMloiier
Unrr-Snggolt, win how to it eortnlnt)
Tho uoiiiinlmlonur strung her bow With
his own Microti hand Hln Mopped for
wnrd, looked at tho timoolet, mid hor
first arrow wont true to n lmlr lull
Into tho hiitrt of tho "gold" counting
Young Cubbon ou tho loft turned
white, anil his Dovll prompted Uatr
Baggott to smile. Now, horses used to
shy when Uurr-Saggott smiled. Kitty
naw that Miillo Sho looked to hor left
front, gave an almost Imporcoptlblo nod
to Cubbon, and went ou shooting.
1 wish I could describo tho ncono that
followed. It was out of tho ordinary
and most Improper. Miss Kitty Dtted
her arrows with immense deliberation,
so that ovory ono might see what Bhe
was doing. Sho was a perfoct shot, and
her forty-six pound bow suited hor to a
nicety. Sho pinned the wooden legs of
tho target with great care four succes
sive times. ShO pinned tho wooden top
of the target onco, nnd all tho ladies
looked nt each other Then sho began
some fancy shooting at tho white, which
if you hit jt counts exactly ono point.
Sho put fivo arrows into tho white.
It was wonderful archery; but, seeing
that her business was to mako "golds'
and win tho bracelet. B.irr-Saggott turned
a delicate groon Hko young water gras3.
Next sho shot over tho target twice, then
wide to tho left twice always with the
samo deliberation while a chilly hush
fell over the company, and Mrs. Beighton
took out hor handkerchiof. Then Kitty
shot at tho ground in front of the target
and split several arrows. Then sho made
a red or oven points just to show
what sho could do if sho likod, and she
finished up her amazing performauco
with somo moro fancy shooting at tho
target supports. Here is Mis3 Beigh
ton's score us it was pricked oil:
Gold. Red Blue. Blacfe White. Hits Score
110 0 5 7 SI
Barr-Saggott looked as if tho last few
arrow heads hud been driven into his
legs instead of the target's, and the deep
stillness was broken by a little snubby,
mottled, half grown girl saying in a
shrill voice of triumph, "Then I've
Mrs. Beighton did hor best to bear up;
but sho wept in the presence of tho
people. No training could help her
through such a disappointment Kitty
unstrung her bow with a vicious jerk,
and went back to hor place, while Ba'rr
Saggott was trying to pretend that he
enjoyed snapping tho barcelet on tho
snubby girl's raw, red wrist. It was an
awkward scene most awkwnrd. Evory
one tried to depart in a body and loavo
Kitty to tho mercy of her mamma.
But Cubbon took her away instead,
and the rest is not worth printing.
Hindsight In Excess.
"The most remarkable caso of hind
sight I ever catno across," said tho old
railroad (superintendent, "occurred on
my division several years ago. A ypung
man named Brown was operator at a
way station about ten miles this side of
Alliance. He was a good boy all over
and I hud my eye on him for promotion
But ono winter's night, aftor ordering a
freight tram to como west, he let No. 10
passenger express go east How he made
tho blunder ho never could explain
"On a single track road nothing under
heaven could prevent a wreck, and
Brown realized that before the rear
lights of the passenger train were out of
sight. Most men would have lost their
heads at the thought, but Brown didn't
He remained ut his instrument und tele
graphed mo ns follows, 'Send wrecking
train nt ouce; trains 10 und 37 in colli
sion.' "1 went out with tho wrecking train
at once, picked up Brown on the way
and found a bad smashup, sure enough
though the engineers of both trains hud
sighted each other in timo to avert a
frightful catastrophe. Of course 1 had
to discharge Brown, but if his foresight
had been equal to his hindsight what a
splendid railroader he would havo mado. ''
Chicago Special Press Bureau.
Dr. Talninge'H Last Clear.
My last cigar was smoked at 3 o'clock
ono Sabbath morning in my western
home. 1 had smoked three or four ci
gars since tea. I wrote my sermons
then, and thought 1 could gather fresh
inspiration with every fresh cigar.
My hand trembled oh 1 finished my
work, and when a book fell I started as
. if a pistol had been iirod Tho creaking
of my boots, so great was tho nervous
strain upon me as I wont down tho
stairs, made my hair stand on end. 1
could not sleep that night, nnd resolved
that I would give up smoking and end
the sin of night study
1 kept my promise, and then overboard
went tea and coffee. Perhaps somo may
be better for smoking, but 1 think there
would be many sick headaches less with
My first . cigar made mo desperately
sick; after 1 smoked my last cigar 1 be
came gloriously well, the world became
moro attractive, and a new life opened
out before mo. T, Do Witt Talmage in
New York Journal.
Buying bouietUlm; unit Nothing.
The conversation of tho best bred peo
plo is delightfully froo from personali
ties. "What did she talk about?" asked
ono lady of a friend who had just made
a call upon a nowcomor in tho town.
"Sho talked of peoplo," was tho quiet
answer, "Sho told mo news about per
sons I had never seen und unknown to
me, and called them by their Christian
The fact was significant; it indicated
tho stranger's characteristics, and set
tled tho position which she was there
after to occupy in tho place.
Sometimes mere carelessness prompts
such personal gossip, und again it springs
from poverty of mind.
"1 didn't have unythiug to say," re
plied a worthy old lady whose husband
had rebuked her tor entertaining somo
guesU with personalities, "and I had to
So that "something" becomes gossip,
and gosfcip degenerates into scandal,
Ono cannot nl ways i ememberut such a
moment that good brooding us well as
tho Christian religion requires him to
considor things und I dean ruthor than
A gontlu und kindly old minister had
I rather au alarming way of ckeckiujr tlio
l4tttMMell Milt II II tUtllttl MHMW
"Of rourrO.' ho Would Mty wliwi ft nir
iMilotipr told Jilm "in eflnntlciieo" wiino
tnlo wlilrli uXrnatnl fmtn the renittn
lion of minthor, "of mium t fthult fetil nt
lllwtty t (fit him oxai'tly what ynit wty.
Ho (Might tn Imow Inr Ills own good."
And nftr tlmt iloproHng threat tho
tnlo bonti't won usually very willing to
hold till ponco.
ThiMvollbicd Hint) not only refrains
from oponltltig evil, hut ncorus to notice
It when It nmlls Ills own tintuo. Tlio
daring motto belonging tn tho Keith of
Scotland, "Thoy any. Whnt nay thoy?
Lot thcin Miyl" Is that of gentlemen tho
wot Id over,
It should bo tho resolution of over'
guest in any hottso to entry thither no
shrrd of porsonnl gossip. On tho giont
nu-hwiiy of mi Cngltsh rcsldenco nro in
ner i Vied tho wnrtlet
"Bring good news, and knock boldly."
Theic Is none living among us who
will not bo the better for tesolvlng to
carry his hosts not only good news, but
clean speech, and with that upon his
lips ho may indeed "knock boldly."
Women nnil Cuba.
If tho patronago of tho Now York Cnb
companies were limited to tho fair sex
there would bo vory fow two wheelers
about town. Womou, as a class, aronot
given to promiscuous driving. When
they want nn airing thoy climb on the
roof of a Fifth avenuo stngo, and go from
Washington square to Central park and
back again for u dime. With twenty
fivo cents they manngo to got nil tho lung
bath anybody needs, via a park hordiclt,
and thon thoro aro tho surfneo cars and
tho L roads when extremes of tho city
are visited. If it storms, and tho beauty
of n now shoe or tho lustro of u neat
frock is in danger, it is time euough to
call a cab or waylay a four wheelor on a
neighboring thoroughfare. Then it is
that tho bargaining begins, and the
rheumatic driver demands a full hour's
pay for any trip exceeding two miles.
If tho occasion is urgont, if calls are to
be mado or a dressmakor is tho object of
pursuit, tho woman patron hires the
wagon by tho hour, and before she is
fairly seated takes her watch out nnd
marks tho timo. Then sho goes thither
and yon, stops as often as sho likes, but
seldom for any length of time, and so
arranges her programme as to reach
home on tho stroke of tho first or second
hour. Although tho printed rules and
regulations aro posted in the cab, und
the occupant knows thom by heart, she
will nevertheless ask "how much?" and
pay not a penny more than ho is entitled
to. New York World.
Value of u Silver Dollar.
Tlio American Bilver dollar now con
tains 412.0 grains Troy weight. Nino
tenths of this weight is pure silver and
one-tenth copper that is to say, 871.25
grains pure silver and 41.25 grains of
copper, in coin calculation the copper
is counted of no value. A Troy ounce
contains twenty pennyweights of tweut'
four grains each, or 480 grains. As 371$
grains of silver aro contained in an
American silver dollar, nnd there are
480 grains Troy weight in an ounce, we
ascertain the par of silver byr tho follow
ing proportion, viz.: As 371J:480: :100
(giving tho fourth term or the par value
of silver by tho Troy ounce) to 129.29. or
a little over 129i. The gold dollar con
tains 25.8 grains Troy, and of this weight
23.22 is pure gold and tho rest an alio
copper nnd silver. Tho ratio of silver to
gold is usually stated as 10 to 1, as six
teen times the 28.23 grains in the gold
dollar equals about 871.25 grains.
Forced to Decline.
First Wanderer Why does some kind
hearted peoplo spoil their charities, Bill,
by forgettin' that the poor has feelin's?
Second Ditto I dun'no, Jim, but
many on 'em does it. I was offered tho
finest breakfast y'ever seen this mornin',
but a wood pile went with it. I had ter
6ay no. Harper's Bazar. .
Returned Tourist I noticed while
abroad that twenty-six of the German
papers speak vory highly of tho now
German-American Dwenty-six off do
members of tho new reichstag is news
paper men. New York Weekly.
Hut Thoy Don't Got Hates for It.
"I think," said the editor in a worried
tone, "that I will drop journalism and
take to astronomy."
"Well, astronomers always seem to
havo moro space than they know what
to do with." Washington Post.
Improving a Quotation.
Callowchump (who objects to some ot
the old man's observations) Where ig
norance is bliss 'twere folly to bo wise.
Oldboy Yes, young man; and where
impudence is wit 'twero folly to bo
bright. Texas Sittings.
Didn't Want Chairs.
Customer What timo do you havo to
be here in the moniing?
"Eight o'clock, madam."
"Indoedl And you aro hero in the
evening also, nro you not?"
"How much timo do you havo for
"An hour usually,"
"Do you havo all those shelves to fix?"
"Isn't it hard work?"
"Sometimes, madam." ,
"Don't you get tired?"
"Yes, vory often,"
"I see no chairs for you to sit on." ...
"No, madam. We don't want chairs,
because customers would think wo were
hero just to sit around nnd nnswer ques
tions." Now York Weekly
"There is nothing liko keeping peace
In the family," remarked Do Blio as he
began to brush his hair,
"Whut do you mean?"
"Well, you see this elegant ivory
hundlod hair brush in the dresser?"
"Well, that's tho ono I don't uso.
Hero's mine; this old guttu perclui backed
affair lu tho drawer. In this way tho
hired girl nnd myself aro both pleased.'
V nshington Post
"How mnny peoplo wero ut your ho
tel?" asked ono Jersey City girl of an
other, us thoy met after their summer
"Well," wus tho reply, "1 novor
countol thom, but I Bhould uy, count
ing men, women nnd dudes, thoro wore
ubout two hundred und fifty," Now
Jtiflt to limit! n full tipply of
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