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THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL Fill DAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 27 13S5.
USDER A CLOUD.
Morris Tccker and his unci pat at their
cczj breakfatt table one winter morning,
each with ft copy of the inornins's paper ia
his Land, each with a cionded brow and
droibled ye. Tr.e elder c-?:it'e nan wai the
hrt t r esk.
''It i; .. bzd fiaainer., Morris!"
. "A baJ.basinw?, la-lM-J, ir::'
T!r. tl ere was another long silence,
LiVfc t t-j ;rain rf 8il the omiooua nes of
ii::!f tf a hrra whoi-e ousincsa wa so
ltc..! with their own that the- failnre of
c : i- bo ?e was nearly utter ruia to the other.
hot ciicps ooled on the diih. the C3trea
inched and the breakfast litarally
! vittn, when the Kentlorr.en left the house
to a-cjitsla the extant of their misfortanes.
J '.a J S3 they feared th?29 woald proye, the
frHiiti-r- rere even worse than the anticipa
t;. ;.. a-,d before niht tbe old ürai qI Tucker
; To v a- cn !he list of failure
Tbeie v83 a dreary amount of hard, dis
U-ttfr.l werk to be dote alter tha failure was
t-n t-stablised fact; bnt idorria Tacfcer never
finche-I from any ta:k cr iaterylew till
i rjtil shadows fell, and he faced his uncle at
tb- tat-ie cuce more. Then, with tet featare3
r.d a i a!e face, he Slid:
"If you can epare me for an Hour, sir, I
think 1 had better call oa M123 Cresvrell."
"1 can are yon. bat ire you wise Id harry
.-to. muryitff that, I fear, will Le verv paia-
"letter tc cnde:5.andm7 position at once
fir. It he moistened hs dry li pa here,
i? tot v. n'a chok--. Lir.i "ii He'.a ia tru
Jo I ?. i'J remain here ar.d trsr to worV rm-
P 1 'j tne position 1 laid only yes-
r. It ihe frterj rve from inyBrsrre-
tc r" .1
ciopt your prop:?&l to ::i to Caii-
I t Li i r s Jt ii a rood time to look np tbo?e
c c a:.-:-;. " said ilr. Tucr, sliding easily
'e tie rirt part of hi3 nrpHÄ'a epetch;
:. ri- Tiy be morey in them!"
' Ve v:;n Eee! If 1 do not r-o. we may b3
abV to had Eouie tratty iu f Mender."
i am a!raid yon will ko " hi uncle said.
it ruoy be. Mrs. Crees v-.li
is a worloly
"Meta i 1 worldly vornan!
Nay, let me
?r -ea, .'lorn?. I nave ea:d cotniuj before,
1. , euch my heart was Eore ovar your cholca
c :' a v.i!e. Meta ia a wonderfully fiicinaiics
t'ttatifal end accomplished as bat fe w
v. ii bat she Is thoroashly heart!?. I
t1 yonr choice woald fail on Clarice."
"i.ar:e t! She ia a r.;ere child!"
4 ) Ax Ivo years yoan0'3r than M?t3. I
Ir.vf. I.-; t t tv dearly, llorrij."
' i: -t jra'are fo:.'d of MftÄ."
' . j '. h nr her fn'her'a ?ukf, the brother
.! wi.'e, 1 ha?a tri til U lave e:a,
j .; never spote Tvhrn I told you I
f hrn!d tt s to win nor .To?e."
j tc. v. o 1 074 is too ficivd in ray eyes for
j.vy o! t t ir.terfore v.ith its expitisioa. If
1 1 hh lov s jcu. I will give ber warm w el
f:ie ur.d c rdiai afTrctioa when he broraes
3 .r wi'f. 'lorris Bat mrw yoarjeltfor
tt vi -i:, iuy biy !''
r."pre:i f.r tte T?orst, Morris Tr.cer
:m .uh! h'.j t"-.trot'red bri.i. Tro-a the ti.-e
.- hv c Iron hlti Vesteru li'irve, an or
I i: id I'd r;f aiac-'een, to pc.ept his uarls's
r .j .-. i:;;,!, h hid Mela CreiSsell
a s; ::t'y. II h 1 receieJ coriiil wel-c-m.-
f ". 5 h-?r rjoibr, and hv.l noisas
l' d iho rcheaiFjsni enV.Ie ioti irnca that
i i-d irim oa, Et?p by step, from tha po-I
V--zi tf f;'"!d to that o'f accepted suitor ot
teaiitifal girl. VThiIe nis feet were
I r-i tit him slowly to the momentoas inter
vct: aftvr tho fail are of the tirux of wbich
hi- cu'! hfjd made hirn fall partner, Mrs.
f.u-orwrll was schooling her daughter to
1 t c-1 il e cn erpency.
"I ;d j ou vrritd" to Morris, Meta0"' she
.d: :'tunly EtirriD tier coil-e.
I j e;," was the rep!j'. "lie will prob-
is y cr, bcln aa houorable gealleaiaa,
"i .i j e yon will be tirm. Jleia. Recnem
t rti ity. u have b?en the icjurcd party i
t.'irnn-hoat. From tbe ti:üe yoar poor paui !
fVf -ve bad every reason to believe Mr. j
VlilirT' ?lld aia'se yoa ard yoar sidter the
Lirfcia of his property. ire worshipped
yr.ur aunt, and he never spoke of aay reU
lives cf his own till this nephew appeared.
1 believ? tigere was pome quarrel between
the brothers that ended in the younger oae
?.Gin V.'f st, while John, the elder, remained
Lcr. At all events, it is very clear now
ibat Mcnis woald have been heir to the
liu2ir.esi had property it this failure had not
LftpTEr.cJ. ua are rt becDaratulated that
it caiue t-fore the wtdJiDji instead of after."
Mna 8hrrjffged Ler shoulders.
"Ves! Love in a cottce ia not in my
fty'-e'' Andwhilesbe spoke'tbe bell 1 nag.
ar.d 5be knew her lover wa w<iag t j tet
en cid. wcrlJly heart. Shesanatered with
C3 crare iDto tbe drawing-room, while np
MiJrtia hvr ova room her lister Clarice wept
-r the pain that was to fail upon Morris
G-.i? v8 a ;;rowa-eypi1, oica-haired pirl,
whesi qaiet. nrretendla? charms had long
b?ea oyer-hadoed by the more brilliant
benaty of her sister ileta. She w as timid to
a "aalt, ard'was her mothar's greatest atll-c-i:ca
ia her career of fashionable gayety.
"W itla a L'.caT intellect thaa Meti's, with
z.cie comn.aad of foreiga tongaes, with a
trae raar.'ciaa'a love nnü tnowlede of ma
tic, a swtet ciear voice, and wonderfal pow
v: r. rprfrsion, the wss fo paiafally shy.
tl i'.t :cc;rty was a - misery to her Her
irenair v of th delicate order that dees
ret 5t:if At first plf.r.ce, and her aircctioai
were cercfudy hidden m her rinkins.gen
t e hi art.
She hid iven John Tncker trae love since
j-c v r h 11. ere baby and eat upon his iuee,
;'.3yir with his atca-chain. Sae hid
ioverth.-ir.cht of his -uonfy, and vheh Mor
ris c:r.e lie as c:.y ulad that h?r dear old
cacie. e. ih ralJei hiru, was to have a corn-
aai.on a: d friend, f'iie had nover qacs
ticr.td her bf art aboat Mcnis Tucker, re
jTicii g str.cerely when his saenjrement with
lieta ore him into nearer brotherly reU
Vor, wim hrrstlf, Se rt-.-pcted his -.virrh.
bis devct'ea to h;i tmcl.': f.he sdmiied his
talent.", his nrb'e, franK beauty, and she
:rievfd deeplr ov;r thf sorrows sjBud.lenlv
thrown into his life. Shjly as she bad liked
him, so sh crept away to weep for him. The
l:ertie&?ne!3 that woald torow him aside in
his trouble was only camprehens.ble to her
from fcnowiag how htr mother aad s;s-
trr trorhipped wealth.
fheteardthe door of the drawing-rioca
ertn ard ber sister's clear voice eay coldlv:
"Gocd evening. Mr. Tucker. Yoa have
xs v best fish for yoar future tuc:es."
Then a voice aa cold and haughty aa
wfrfd: It:iDk yoa. I bava the honor to wish
yea ood eveaiag."
lfce drawir? rcfra door clo.d. and Clar
ire t ould tee Morris siandir under the hall
IsLp. 5i!cat sad e7ideatly wishia to re
ccver somewhat from the pai i of the trying
interview before going into the street. 11
ye-y pale, and the brfitLesi thit had
1 ijznt d ere of tbe great st attractions of his
fee was all etricken from it. Thecal, pal
J I facd csnquered all Clarice's thyneis.
AVlth a sudden, irresistible impulse she
jfiidrd down the stairs and st?od beside Mor
ris. He did not hear the lipht footfall upsn
tre thick carpet, nor tee that he was not
sloae aatii & soft touch oa his arm startled
hint. Looting down, be aaw a swest pjead
133 face, solt brown eyes, rably with uash;J
tears, raised to his own, while Claries sild
In a low voice:
Morns. I mast tell yoa horr sorry I feel
for yea and Uncle John."
. "rhank you," he said, gravely, civer'mg
the little Fhite hsad apoa his arai wita h:a
own; "I will tell my uacie wlat yoa ay "
"Tell him." she eaid. earnoitly, "that hs
has nofrlead who loeihiai more tralv tbaa
I do no one who feels more deerdy aay mis
fortune that cau happen to him."
"I will cmy yoar message. Aad will yoa
wbh me Godspeed, to), Clarice? I saall
eall for California ia a few dajs."
The large, brown eyes dilattd, whl'e t'ie
6weet face grew white as snow. Tn o'.oiv
was too eaddea. "Without word or nxir.aar
Ciarice fell forward, fainting. Morris caught
bfr in hia a'ius aad tarried her u the
library. It was dark there, and no one sav
the tis3 he rres9Ml upon the pile lips hefore
;e put Clarice gently uprm tha sofa aad left
her. He did cot linger fgiin in the hall.
Snatching his coat and h?.t harriediy :r jm
t'. e rack, he strode iotothe ttrect and talked
1 ive jears parsed swifl!y, and Meta Cress
well had altered Utile, when, rive yea-s after
her parting interview with Morris Tucker,
the stood in the wide drariag room of her
aether's hoaie, waiting to greet a namb?r
ot invited guests. Time had mature 1 her
beauty, aad taker: nothing froai her went
attractions. Clarice, shy as ever, and pretty
as a violet, stood near her sister, while Mra.
Cresaxell, nagniCceat in velvet aad dia
monds, spoke hurriedly:
"Here is strange aews, Meta. Mr. Jarvi3
has asked permission to bring a fri9nd, and
who do you sappess it ia?"
"I caa not gness," eaid MeU, lan'iMly;
' some musical man, I eappose, a3 Mr. Jarvi3
ia to devoted to Katerpe."
"No; it ia Morris Tacker! Oh, MVa. I am
to clad yoa buve not positively accepted
yonrg Cookf ! '
"I thought yoa ware very airiocs to be
rLOther in-Jaw to his ilQlVAj?1
"La; net since I have heard Mr JarvU'
news Aty Jove, John Tucker, hjscm land
claims n California that Morris huoto l ud
and sr'd for more than doubleyoan:; CookVa
Icrlnr. He has ome home no v. and ia
feltlit: his uncle's estate, bjiog his he'r f jr
' 1'ic'eJohn dead!" cried Clarice.
"Yea, more than a yfar ago. though Mor
ris has ja?t returned. The bell! Soaiooaaia
In the crowded drawing room, an hoar
Ister, Morris fucker bsnt gracäfally over
Meta's hand, and responded politely to her
cordial creeting. He met ell Iter alvaacei
with such evident pleasure ia hi we'.CDme.
tiat her ht art brat hivh with bore Life
had been a strncple for a r.ci husband ever
Llnce thfl had made her debut in poietr, an'l
now there was one paying her deferential
attention npoa whose, heart f-h hid ct once
ii sde deep impresiioa. Wo:ld he fo-.:?t
tbb.t cruel parting inrrvie-v, und lav hi; for
tcr.e cr.c niore at her feet?
Mr. Ccoke, a yourgiuan nb ut hilf-wited,
possessed of 2 O.CCO. watched the bri'.hatit
beauty who hnd tniilfd 0 vftly upon him
all winter, with jealous eye?, afier Mrrien-t-red
th? room, bnt forgot hi a ia her
new-bain hor. AH the 1 veii.-n Morri ho7
ered abor:t 2deta. won uerim? were Cleric?
had liklJen herself; bnt when tho f:ppr
thifiiid t!' room, Me'e misd hoTr-.7-rüer.
Ir: tt;e ronf rvtory Morn's rd sera a
v'tirn cf a poVen head nd vrVil", tiitto.-ing
draa; and Cliriro, r c I f hidifibya tl oar
ing Fcireu, taw him de.-ert Meta to c mio ba
Iir.r.ing to Pee him. in a r.Tinr of rva;d
enJy starr.e at the s-.cret stie had revealed
vhtn Xbty parted, the hid thn to wah
him nr.a-?e:i. Uat he ciuie swiftly sc.twh lha
r!ower bordered psth to her cicle. aad tas'u:g
her hand in his, said:
"Clarice, I have co: all the way franx
California to try and win jour love. 1ttle
ccc, with all my heart I love yoa. M7 eole
hope of happiness ij the hope that yea will
be my wife. Must I go back again desolate,
or will you bid me stay?"
She locked into th earnest fac?, the plad
in,': eyes, aad her heart grew faint with its
own happiness as she whimpered:
"6tay, for 1 love yoi, Morri?."
Meta paw the sifter she cad alraya de
?f 1?"d for her tirniditv, and t..e lover s'.e
had thrown aside m his poverty, eater the
drawing-room leg,' titer, and her heart vas
full of jealous anger as she read their secret
in their happy faces.
kbebsa been Mrs. Cooke fcr three years
miserable wife of a jealous mis'r. whose sole
aims in life are to eavs moaey and to keep
hiswifaoutof society. Ia their aabappy
heme there i3 constant quarreling, while
Morris blesees every hoar . the tT.porary
poverty that led hirü to appreciate the heart
(A his little wife, and won for him a knowl
edge of the treasnre of her love. Thers is a
tcddliu? roy nan ed John, who cVi Morris
"papa;" and in the peaceful ha;pinea cf his
heme life and motner love C'arire is rapidly
conquering her eld timidity and lt'ia the
wcrid of pociety see, sometimes, what en ac
complished, gracefal lady Morris hxs woa
cr his wife.
And Morris, holding her to h's hexrt, will
often ray tenderly:
"The happiness of my life craTiorcPd,
Clarice, when yoar tender sympiihv greeted
me at the time I was tinder a cloud."
Sweet Mrs. IlIcDonalJ.
(Washington Letter. 1
Just as he went oat of the Senate he mar
ried aain. His daughter had died a few
years before. His üllow Senators each con
tributed 10 towards the purchase of aa en
ormous silver punch bowl- the emblem cf
ft natcrial bli-:s. Tbe entire Senate attended
tbe weddicg reception. There have not
bten ?o many baldcfalä and nuud stoaii:hs
Fcen at any reception in Wa.shing'oa for
years Mr?. McDonn: i wasquit- waiikai va
in Washington society, and through her sub--qnent
visits here hn bcoLne ranch bsttor
itiown. She : a very handsome lady, al
though her hair is tilver gray. Her eye
brows ard eye!ah3 are hi'cf. Her eyes
aie a grayish brown. Tbe color of her eye
brows and eht-hej add piquancy to . 1 er
f'f-eh colored, regular f:alar:d faw. lf?r
cc br is eo fre.'b, hrr faca is ro smooth thit
the white hah lor.ks artiflclah She has
known great trah.es iu her life, and ha?
mede a brave nht lu the wor'd ia edacat
ingend b:ing;r.g up her or.'v b.:.a. Xuecf
her trail?, however, have left auv lin 3 unon
t er pleasant face. he i? a lady of irrerroach
sh e mannes. and will be a grsat a Ili
t'.on to Mr. Clevflad's Cabin t." Soe i.- rj
fimp'e and unafl'ectt-d ts her hasbaud. S'xe
bss tbat politeness tv i h 13 horn of kind-
i ffs of hfaTt. Tbe IrD jtk is wdl never
rack their Kuej by tbe len?t':i of th?ir bank
account, wn'rh is wore than can be raid for
one or two Ifade:. of the preat Cabinet.
Sre ia more Jike Mrs. Genual L .an ia her
ways and popularity than any ether lady I
know of in Washington ecciety.
Isomeaclature iu the Swamp.
I'ftldtJta New?, j
"We know a little bick girl wnoe natie
fr.nrds like this: Harriet Ann Cac:,:a Ann
lei?y Baldwin Hcv?r Ann Berkley. An
ctber is called Mery Martha Magdalane
IaaliraAnn Tau'tda Green, b'tid another
'a Arkansas Tennessee Louisiana H'd Ilivf r
Thompson. And come years ago there wai
an old Indian equaw in IHdeCoanty who
rejoiced in the narre of Lily-walt in the
water same-shste all the-way-dowa-foot-jast
like a-board. These are all "the names that
were or have been in actual u?e, except that
we despair of giving the sound of. S;mbole
gutturals by means of English letters, and,
Utercfore4 t-'aaslatf Jhe 9rwtfi
A SAILOR'S TAUS.
A Stotj of Fa 1 ly Uaji In FraucUco.
"L?ir parden. Mister, bat didn't the; riisd
to be a gin mill loajewhare hereab xw: '
The place was in front of a eub?:ntia!
bnildirg on Market street. The sp-aier was
'evidently a failor ringed out for a lark
eshore, and tha persoa aJdreäsl wai a jour
nalist. The Iat'er replied, efer a g'anci at the
weather beaten tar: "There undoubteliy
waaraloon here ft tome time, for ia iht
erly days tuch places were a3 thick as
huckleberriej in this prt o! th? city. Y'oa'll
iave ro trnbe in hading a bar-room no w.
if lbat'. a)j jou want. Are you anxion
to f nd the particular one re f erred to?"
"Well, yes. sir. although it don't matter
mnch. Fact is, I wai got away with in taat
p:ace orce. ard I thought I'd just like t)
t.ke a wet for old ti:ns with th? man who
ran the cahcofe when I v;as last here Why,
ye rever tee f uch a bloomiu' fool as I wa3 ia
"If yoa tad a rough tim of it in tint sa
loon what is your present idea in trying to
lind the p'eci-? I 1 you want to raise a row
with the barkeeper'"
"Oh. no, sir; not by any means. Why,
Lord blesa your soal, I don't bear no gradv
spainst the p'.ace; aad it wasn't there I got
crimped Icastwav- the bosine.s ended
wraewhere the. I'll tell ye about it. if ye'd
rare to know, how they shipped crev3 on
Arreric&a c raft in Ihcm times "
"All right; bat come into thi3 cigar ?tore
where the people won't r&n over us. What
scrt of a cignr will ycu tmoke?"
"Thank ye kindly, sir; but I'd rather have
a fill of 'baccy for my pipe, if ye don't
Having s oih-d his briarwojd with the
strongest obtainable tobacco, the old salt
told his vr.rn 33 follows:
"Ore Saturday night that was a good
many years ago now Sails and m got live
dollars each from the skipper, and after sup
per got into our go-asaoTs' togs end utru:k
cnt for . little Frico time. 'o belonged to
a Britk-a ship, end hails was the pailmac-r,
of rour-e. Wc- flopped at the ginraill I was
aing you about to get e. five dollar piece
cbarjged nd to vet down before starting.
Just Iben h fellow comes in and calls for 3
glass cf beer and says to us: 'Bjys. take a
diirik with me; I somehow don't like to
"He sfemr i n be a riht kind of a '-ok-ing
chap, ana v,-o took tome beer. Then
fciaiis he treated, and tin came iav tarn,
and tarn the stranger be nyy, Toyi, wht
do yr:u v-arit to waste year ti i e for on that
ere irjn citin of yours iostt-f.d of takin' a
jobcaor: of thra line American s'jfp?
Now ther 'a the hip ll-in-.-on wants a th'rJ
mate and a 1 aiimakr; l bonus aud l" a
mcatli, aud ye gats yer meals ju th? cabin,
like ceatlemen, o.T clean white pla!es.'
"We 5353, 'No thank ye, all the same, bit
oar cclhn. aa ya cails it, isn't a bad craf : to
sick to, end we ain't over anxiou3 to cat
away Irora the three months bark pay tint
Ja owit us.'
" '.Uit yonrselvo'.' says he; 'but that' no
reason wh7 we j-houida't be frieu lly. Hup-poi-?
jer coiue up tj my houe and take a
focif.l e'raiii with ioiue of tha boys cill
ne srannha: hr.'AZ, and if yea trust to me,
3 e'ii had me tqaare clear through.'
' He was a rioant-?p n a chan as ye'd
v ant to tee, 5 . we chammed m and wat lo
bis hfue. and TLert we t .k several dringe
bcard. All f a itaM-v it ?e-:mc-d a tho igh
I'd cr t into ti e tro gh o' a heavy sea, and
thru J ilofi't iJ.) tiiO'r uny tiling more. Tue
tirit thing I k:;o d I found myself a havia'
on a wt!.d:a? ab-;id the clipper ship lics-s-t.
t f io;tcr, bo-ind for Liverpool, with
J,"-' tors of C'aiifr.rnia vrbeat.
"Whrn I got a rquir.t iu 'i sla;s a Pttle
laU r I v. s." jnst a picte-r to Irok tit My right
ejewßsail banged np ted my fare and
head va t.'ekeratc-d with strip-! hthi crods of
pkin p'a?ter, while I feit i:K at the s oru -cb,
wfak m tbe knees, low ia spirits and hat a
nervous sh&Le all over. My word, bal I
was a nicp cup o' tea. I didn't ask no qaei
tions, for I knowc d I'd been crimped, and
it'd do r.o good to kick about it. We tovei
serosa the hr, stewed away a few spare
fenders aid lines that wa3 on the upper
deck, and then all bauds was muztered
aft to the break cf the poop, where
Captain Kelly thewed up and did his into
dnctory oration. He. eaid be wa3 a
knowledgeable shipmaster, End knowed how
to take care cf packed rata and buck sailors;
told as how the ?rub aboard that ship was
pria e good, a;.d that every man jack of us
should get p'.enty ro long as there wer'nt no
wasting, which Ust would bring a sneezer to
tbe fellow aa d.d it. He wanted his oili:ers
aitid men to obey orders promptly and
without ta!k or Krowlin', and tne o:li-
csr3 mus-a't allow s.ojeria' or backin'
I and iillin ' about a job that v;a?n't pleas-
ani. ine cmcers must chü tvery man
by his name without any introductory
stearic', and the men must answer 'aye,
aye, sir,' distinct and respectable. An orlicer
mu5t give his orders so as t bo understood
at the first jamv, and musa't have no famil
iarity with the men. Old ta'lors, he s-ays,
when under a young ofiicer at the beginning
cT a voyage, watch his every move, and try
taeir tricks on him the very first chance.
The old talt will just drop con:e fanny jok5
when the ottker is around, and if be laug'is
or smiles there's trouble ahead for
him sure. The sailer next tells a
sbort funny story, then st:.ck3 in his
jaw as to how a job should be dino, aud
then brcomej a regular sgrebisi. Tbesktp
j er jost talked to the nines, I tell ye, cad,
of course, I can't pat it ship shap. a. ha did,
end be winds up by sayin', 'no-v we don't
want r.o rows or trouble aboard tail ere
crf.fl, and if you men do riht ye rdiall ba
t tested rfLt ; but if ye go to playin' any
raru ; ye'll lind her hell itif, .v i i h nosmu'
Abrabar-n around. Now, oliictr3, choo33 yer
vs atebf s.'
' The first cboice fell to the second ante,
d he saj?,p?d.ntm' tome, 'I'll take this old
t.-r-boiler. 1 g!iv3 he'll be all rtht when he
t: his mask od.'
"With that ths siipper sprang o3 the
h: r.ie rieht among as, and Ümrishmg a re
volver in each hand, cries out: 'Odiccrs and
et), my orders rcut b oleved. Mr. Joae3,
1 caid you UiUit learn every farm's nam? aad
cill him by it, and by nothing else. No,
nr, tied oat that man's name and call him
by ir. and then apologiss for breaking the
ship's rales. That the mr.ts wa3 saruc-: all
cf a Leap, &9 we all wai fcr that matter, and
Udl Shear, aad tben he did the humble, and
skipper forsrivf 9 him, bat eays, don't let it
occur sain, and then tte bkipcer turns to
n eaLdfays, 'Bill Shear, l nukej yoabVn
"f tbisehip. Y'ou w!M sard watch with Mr.
Jo: e?, aud when Mr. Wb hams distnisaps the
crew you wiil tafce vonr dunnage fro: 1 the
fo'efsh'e Into the a'fttr rrt ci the iorard
hone. OMicersard men, Llil Shear is now
an ciüefr of tMs ship.'
"I somehow kind 0' thought this w a
put-np job between the skipper and the
second male, to kind o' lead edec: to tbe o!d
Iran's reech. but whether It wa3 or r.o t,
fveiy man lft tbe r-ain decs that ni.2ht
feelin' sere that the s-Sipper vri3 a aia.a who
rr.tsnt what he ertd and who woaldn't stand
any norsfense, and who showed up a a pretty
square kind o' man, and sure as shootia' that
all turaed out true before the vovae was
"That's all there is in the yarn, sir, and I
jnst wauted to find that beer elinger and tell
him aa how he hadn't done sach a bad job
after all in not tellla' 1119 as how I'd be
cjimped If I went with Shanghai Bng?$.
er i . MV Ma.9 1 UiU i
, Prr, for I've ;n z- some jisg'.-ra abaxrl;
1 but if je wouldn't miad my ttaadin' a trea'.
j ye'J dj rue proud, sir, indeed yoa would."
i Ilarplns on .fly Daughter.
j Jsp Turpea 2:1 lick 0 na D.-pat:li.
j Miss Sallia Mauson, the daughter of Gen -eral
Manson, wa in a company over whica
"tte o.a man from IMpley," Senator Fiuik
ner, stood in the atutude of a guatdiaa
epirit. Mrs F.va Sir di, Mlsj Frank. e Faulk
ner, MI'S Jennie Morgan, an i MisjAnaie
Youart made the par'y complete. Trie
neme of JlacKn ca the hotel register caught
tbe Argu-t-ytd reporter, ar.d h gjt It into
the jspers: "Mrj Manson. the accjaip
JsLed wife of Geupral Manson, Lieutenant
Goveriorof Indiana, i. in the rity." Tne
man cf braii s aril v:va:ity continued:
l W V, a a .im Vi.r ttoV... r r .1 .. . 1
interested in tbe subject cf prison reform.
She rcoTfd b itdiy tj;roaüh tbe institution
and mace many sugt ;ePtims, Io king to the
relief of tie uuLappy iarc a'e. Sbe woa'd
ttar down tf.e wall? to let in more sunlight
and do completely away with the zebra fah
i; n cf clothiLg She is a most excellent lady,
in heart and miDd. wcrthv cf beiritr th9 wife
of Ler f-mir.cnt husband While thi3 ha?
tb merit of being all in the family, it is not
exactly faithful ana I make a note for the
benefit of h;st;ry. Thsre is no u?a of a
father a daughter froins before the world dis
guised as her motrjer. Miss Manson is
a blithe, bright eyed lady, scarcely out
of her teens, not lall but c a wil
lowy fl2ure. Her features are delicate
bat quite distinct. Her nose, with
that slight curve 5.0 beautiful in woman,
tells of cbciacter. Her 'orehesd is full 3id
thapely, but concealed b the bang of toe
period. She prefers the drama to the opera,
talks cf novels ar.d tells the .plo'3. She U
fduiiller with, history, e?recially tbe ülail3
of lare bntile?, at;d gives judgment as to the
g'hius cf great commanders. Of si 1 tte
pieces in the wide wcrid, in her judgment,
Crav.-fcrdsviHe is the most dtiightfui in
wh'ch to live. Sue thinks that Maurire
TLcmrsoa is e.n ciqaisit p-ict, and shj is
right. She tLitikf tbat General Wal'3( is a
grt at Cat tain, and an author wheee works
wi'd endure ra.d ehe i-? rurbt. The think?
that Layleis Banna is "" catiy a scholar,
an orator ciai h j. urru to sustain his na
tronal reputation, and suj is rigid agiin.
"Yen do not live immediately ia the
city." I tcrge.' t d.
' Yts, in the city."
"I wis under the im pressen that your
faiLer was so in love with ids f?rm that ne
witi'il not itEve it."
4 Oh, that's a hobv of his II? b s!way9
t Diking nbcut tbe farm. While a member of
(mprels he gve h.s cccupatiou t a farmer,
vithin my if collection he never farmed a
.sy. All cf his reputation as an pgricultur-i-t
v.'cs acquired by walking over tbo tielda
and petting in tbe way cf the hirvd men.
Now he is a good gardet er. He might legiti
ir.atejy claim to be u gardener. Lat no, that
n't co, he win's t ba farmer."
"Is this possible? Doe-Gener&l Mahlon D.
Vu'.son pet the hay seed tint goes in his hsdr
c. tha r tore, ai.d tae harness oil that kep3
h b stoes from cracking opta at tiie saddler'a
Why L?ii-rv- iUiir nn N.iturday.
iVaHio lltprc?! 1
r-'iturday is divorce day in Chicago courts.
C'. cago people like to Ciite fren matri
moi.ial coLtrat tj fro n t'.-e first of tuo week.
Only J rictioi! ?f Live.
Hew rraay 1 erso.11. live only a fraction ot aver
?: e human life he iu? they neglect to lue tae
('lU-Uiioicst 1 re'P-u'wus agali.ft Jictne--!. It Is
(1. scare iu it n:aluray that kilts, a-ja1 maturity lin
p'ars crowth. A sV.vhl . iuJiipititi-?a is usually
sighted. Thry wlio av.i 1 thenstlvts cf Hustet
Urs Storoach Pitttrs ki.ow it to be c ".curious la
c.i'cnie catcs of dit-eve, but the process of cure is
c '.p.t ta:cr cue If P is used in eir'y 6tae" of dys-
lDPlArla' i'Isos', ilieomatl-üi.coutlpation
a a liver dtraDc r.icut Lu tbo-e wlio wuull
r old the peril wiiieh even the most otent rente
i .'srsn not t:vcrt. ttcr c'.ear of the rrc-c uvea
v :-jeh so ruany con?titi:t.or s split an unif-r ap
I'ltciation cf tr-odacetr cf mtdect. It will not
üo t) omit care e:.d r rtcourso to rac I i c u e when
I i.ahh ia a fleeted. Ii debiPtated. or m: vons. or
1 (-j cptic tafee it for graiaed yoa are ia want of a
r. ai cy, ue e the hitters.
Professor Meehaa 'recommends as orna
mental evergreen hles, for boundaries, the
Norway spruce Scotch pine, hemlock and
Chinese and American arbor vit:-. For
dwarf dividing lire? he sagged the cold3n
lletinicpora aad dwarf arbar vit:o. A'Nrno3t
a&y thick growiug shrnb3 make handiome
deciduous hedge. Dsrarf -Ledges are atso
II h'le cf hom-b'HniB, dogwood?, rly bouev
suklts, barrerrie-j and Japn snowballs.
"Re woods are fall cf 'em," or rather our
letter files are. We mean cerlificUe3 of dys
ftpjia cures. Here Is one from Jacob Nit,
cf York, Fa., which is a cpeciiaea ot nun
dice's just like it: "I have been s:rk for
ever two years with dyspep3i.a, and s.ent a
pood deal cf money on doctors. A4 did me
n 'igocd. 1 heard of MUhler's Herb Dittera.
r.r d went to your agents in York and bought
.1 bottle. I used it, and two more cared me
Liberal estimate? place the cost of keep
ing sheep at $2 per head per year. At car
I'Dt rates fair fleeces will average $2 each,
end lambs may be estimated at 5?2 each when
v.tvned. If bd per cent, of the lamb? be
cairied through the income will be $Z for
each fhecp, cr?l cle8r profit. A3 the sheep
c:jumes much refuse, however, and en
i;i brs the pcil, the profit is still larger. So
cm s the Stcckrren.
Voud; Men I Uea.l Tnt.
The Voltaic Felt Company, ol MershidJ,
rttca.j oSer to eend their celecrated Ulectro
Yoltr.tc Belt and other Electric Appliances
o t tral for thirty days, to men' (young or
eld) afilirted with nervous debility, loss of
ystality and manhood, and all kindred
troubles. Also for rheamatista, neuralgia,
r-.;alvta3 and many other diseases. Com-
te restoration to health, vigor ana man
od rusrr.nteed. Ho risk 13 Incurred as
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