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Aad he mala t IbMIa whhhy. whm-h I Shiab M
mueb too warm ;
11.41.. aim driaks. I cm-ulsa. wiU do a pesmam
M tM ldr sm aatsmg .narlrMr thSl I. ar4Me
WOlr aar hlaan.
A w'Mle. m'wdieuim half mad half. I callf s apple
rk. t--E 'SR"W.* i v.aUi.d
MICKEY FINN'S STORY.
Prm the INew ..rk Sun.
That ML-key VFlnns was a .mnantk-ist
eldak llot r1c de*ankl. Thlwri wetr tisoi
petaong. kkkhlneaeln, with narrow think
ilag. whoe calkhel hlin renasuew lihe. This
was an slnkanedly e.ouutructiion put uipon
bi habit f ranlsusilsag thv truth with thou.
gentle flightaI of faInsy whkl, serve to elUa
hellish thwr ImlaeM.. r vearrity withl vornikcu
and windowsw of .tw.elillg Ineauty. Wlwere
Mickey arqsailreil slais faculty it woukl Ihe
hard to way. ('erlainly it didl Isu ewo
from hi In Ln.dkru.eru is tlIe liae of inulane
diate hl.rdity. It s nal have. lIess that far
hack in ias srl.,lelr U.ere. was a sigtlllay
t)'PVila wiarisea sellalei."tw were' a oa r nhagal
ione of wia ased wiurd.us, alsl thalt a Inesll
uaD of t1is. gleis.ess lIed tliteu s.arlIeld
through thle e.a.risewsns aoistearvoeaissagen
eratiaeu ulltal it foudtl utterelsseo through
the muneta of little Mike. The appartues
ty whlich 11 tºy had Ifori .lsarpeeaslng lsi
wits in the lihlk re.l iwllwe lIhue also
say have had IwNaealtlllut te do with this
eahitbltlnea f etsallan whikh flesasd vent
amkid ruea lsely uiearrNillseilase. ar ested
ea tceeny Islase. - -
(O ate IS had bliss 1w eu eu inta fol She
ieigbbeie Se.. dtro iii at t1." VLiume shanaty of
an .evelallg Sn o ean whIat new ve*velatial
frin Use mnkm nowes Us. -Iy had t osaske.
These usy ammaiuaau were. alwayma a nuerr
of wnder So Shns. ll.oiicm'. slid a well
spring of dlitght to Mr.. Fihst, who re
gudmed her lulxqs yanrn as an ulKdstiabll.
indicatioS last Mickey was rapklly fitting
hitmsel to Ineenme a ""Ay yew."
A few evenintg, *uive Mred. £' )'rlm'a,
Mike (eagan, Um- watt-keuod aceo liom
playerr a ware. tine rad Slag and kapeu
the cow. nib lb railroad track." and hin
enmnnolem Mike We-lob. hid gathered
around ts- wurnd fire- iii tIh Fin ashanaty
The lamp war litS tSIn super adis ulws had
ueen clarted away, and slae sir of Easy com
sent perradd Sie, nverno. After the cur
.ent gossip had hlaw9 oacalrhulgp and t&ne
pm'ohl'a-ity l wr of i esl (II lea 44.mdlWq o
She ciaal diwiaunsel iu all it. bearinigs. the
momavenratln uumnled ti little, Mike. wlho
war ilduSrlkasly l*ouriug cv.vr jernaaurn
gelflly. uanld said:
"" wha( lunv' ye thweni. Muick.y; a tlnury
"'S, llna'na; its a gn.gerfy,. veilkd
""Amml d.1g.... I t tell a tnelt £lilairlS Mickey
IS t54). 504l fwlust'a mee' it Sill'. abenuit
min anal -.mUiallntrie' like. Ircliitiil iranld
E'Rirkean. -1i'Ejl'a aniglely mlunre.. Anadl
fwhIasta that ye.'ve r'V&liIe' ilimNit Iownc. . e
5 buily~ ivrtwu'. naiad1 wely,'*.. resn~iseel 11111.
Mike. with nael imlllujatiillS r geeetli-. lnvryimag
late landaa ini lain' luinr, 111sa1 re».uniaaa g lalm
u lreilalny of led ,sap, of Sife.rizs. hanS Mrs.
O'Irk·lea wosahil eneit I1s plit off. Slim ex
Arralh,. M*I4kley; tell Isa all aliuat it.
That's sa dkear. Now, del."
To tlhis apl*aal wis' addeLt tlh. * geI,*tly
malpplidltitg I ink o.f lhin mtlotlwr. TIllwm.
pewraulu.imal were *S, elclresaelt Ieat i.veril
ll studlke[I oniv.rmslaticaI of the) "ly'yer"
was nIlselldi. aisd I r.luealsailestl. witll tist
pre._viia tluhat every wiard hwe utte'rel was
i) he taken for trt.ll as pIer, ma goamiel.
Mr. Pills rncianLlcal lii pile.' ald lit tihl. ha
a-een' with a turiasag spliister of apaaaile
wo.n. Mike* W'Al0lh utyIIN4l iawia a ou.gi
tr feo r that it aalihl iss.tarfer., with the
relital, angd MrS. im'se fl S Illsrs lillagerre
ill her knlttinll ar. sl Ias* hukal gr'nlly up
l l1er bIy. M*cke*y cleared lIesl thlrroat as
VallaliulheIn is supiaimucl ito hive laenIe
whei he W l'i lali Isnarvinaesns satoark'. to
lalla Reasakl. Sokl heI.
"We.ll. thie. ye" malusat know thaIt wasau
up.s t siHe. ablieit the. timise tiat little
,lfil*. waslf irt lanll, there' was a grate
Iills ill Ihlthlini. sled hi, selaw. wals Kisb
-.g.a tihe (;.rat. IN' wai that higil a ild
iken. Aml Ihe was a very wi"m eaans atal
fund of fr..e*h egga ainal oarats. Now. goalta
was eswur C it, ºhtblsa Ilitall lwesa days, hI i
--ie the'y were* not plisrty like .' lags. thait
the kinsg was ubne at heart Invecaw. Inta
.en giewt ta dr dai hutiss arinuel it. his jastaIt
lng ear w .ill lsatc Ia be eallseitis' lila rilats
aind gui..g t tiLe raceis. .Cs hIle ut sp
.laulhills all over l)alalla. oltefrls' tees
pousld reward to .leni saiIs as 'u"11 bWinig Iilst
a Pgat as hill as ai Ik.lcnagl 'iDlf. Ia(rkmeIn 'ti
lasernesws. W , dilay. wsieas litW king was
af.hler luavirn' leiN dliilsater antlllis a I.sgrgii .
tlaw .ratur tt r take' , It ltul tastc o' tia fesil
-out of liai sIIaIetil, tir.e kenll a irp at thW.
irn'se cuortier. op'stil the gate . st a
nrsack let meen a wild-leakilnl enate Witl
black whisakeras stanldim' fartaisrat lalin.
" 'Antd who anr yyn ?' mrays l'tru'y.
'" I'Ua a ltcusiats plrolheLt,' Msays tl hhblack
*"'Aal phlwat .riang yoga Iere' asays
P"" e e "w.' Mays the larslphlet. 'and
they'se that eure- witl walkl ,' all wthe way
frmn Rouuls,' say. he.
SHave.ye saids ori plus to tll.?' amys
PataLy, tfer he thinght ivoiry stranger wit
a black wenrd was a pcakiler.
"' "llvil a sluaid or piny ha' ' I say. the
mphe. *Ina Jst here' to sell ti. kisug
where Ite rw m huy a white. goet 12 ha..de
high, wid a long ry hard. and wkil e y
as red as a cal o Ifir f.r 10 slill in's eight
le's IsI.ys he*.
"Well, Patmey let a shilloo out of him
whoen ha bteard about the goat as ye c'ud
huear a ml away, and it brunlg tlr king to
thll windy of the •lacae. AnId when t he
k Lrd about t goat anid Sth prophet
r Uthe black man w'ud he. conm in,
- lthe black man mak id e'd he mighty
St and In be went wid the mnse of
io the air to e c'ud he shaiell aary
muppower on the tbhove, fur he was bun
fr and tired i the walk he had from
Ioea ls r the aume tokena. There was no
euppower eaked. and na the prophet had
dhi dinner of sour milk and vimegar.
Whin the black man was full as a bed
tek, the kin aad him where e'ud rw get
the oauthe a Ieprophet said he must
a man up near the North Pole to a
eountry called Hyberia. and tlhere the
goat was thicker nor hxee il clover all
t as lambs and p'aorable as lrkin'
nMo the prophet was sint on hisL way
lan' wid a tin cinat plewe. and a nickel
Up to ~vint his list neer had fairly
hUng uo frkkey's words, without an
ang l klOlr· w Inlupnina
ruption. ut Mrs. 'Bie whose
ogowaprhiral knowledge was lmanited.
'"How far t it frtm Raooia to Dnhlln.
"Ah. a t'*ouend miles by land and oram
he may." eplied the tWy impatietly, as
he reuntwd hls narrative.
"The awac dlay the two bravest men in i
Dublin. m ()'Rourke and Janmeey
Fiannigan. startedl at the king'a btakklils'
for Rtosla. wid an Irish Jaslnting ar and
aindi donkey. And they luil a reat tinme
gettin' there. too. Therr was sray to eram
anl deserts to go over. SoNaetinime the
ferrylnan was on the other skie of the say,
assl Phblim was an hoaru as a hull from
wlaillonine' across tlio ays for the ferry.
It was masy weeks hbefor they dbruv
Ilnt Ron.ia wan tinhe nwInin'. Jir at hre*I
gI*it time aftheTr p.uesan many dan
*r. by ay and land. Well. wbin
ilry rt to Syheri the snw was
on the rmound, asl m they had en put
rlnner on tMe jaintinn earr. The wethr
was tiat cold that thatit tfrow the ton
key'. ears, and Plhlim and Jame.ey was
maligity Merry they ivre lift Ihlhlin to look
for white pna at tln* the hark off th
North IMle. Tiey were travelin' for four
wakea Ihk in' fur white meat". till wall day
they kein to a cras*uroalh whare thars wra
a elirtlh HRemlarn kerepin' a sle.eheen.
Here ye' l *lI .tru nlhles of the two Iri-Wnmen
wanr over, fuar they foundl tIMe Ilhcaltiful
white ieaut in tle hIark yardl of tihe sat- I
itwlee ailn' kinallinl wontr. He hIul horns
u, widel a. nike leanel. and es*yei like two
cuinl* fr)iom nis .pt flre. He wal that lig,
lia ieilm seitol IprlillI it taak two in esi to hola l
hilei wlsila hIli Isak wais eil. He w aH a hoily
terror. o, ed r'u'al ate a IaIrhcll wire ilitc..
TIht I)t-,rl of that elsull lilly was as lol;s
6a 11* Imrruimcl. anll als white ua lteilkwhlau.
flemor. Anal uner»e. by thw ea.Mn tolkesli. I;
was tUtler inor any Unekegal calf tlist irer
ate'I grua. easll .tronelle r anor twio dtakaeys.
"*Ain't lA e a weorker? .'' oay. Phelilen.
" * laithl. IMe i*.' stay Jaualwy. * Silalre.
he Pe'a'dl rai as toll o( ' cool. let alone tlue
We" llV P unuae a long mf n1 7 ssort,
they hisglal tiw grna fur IS ahlUnim's 4
pile., fear goats had rim manre the proplet
wan tmure.. They haarmaemeHtl thw uast ia
twh shafnts of the u taletis. ar to m.* irust
ine rstl it, asul ~it .Aw osks-key isiside as a
tlw two Ro s an a. wnas loiUlns' sthe goat
Junapedl too wasn kk. anel ith goat rats
away. 'Twas a bright m aoniilat niigh.
saelw ie als towsn iweula.asne ki asld rs
lalnd wars afteeos mills aw'. The gats be
ra.n like t b'ourke whits Ih was chured
wid thle hanihee. The donkey was aehins'
wikl palies a he mt oa tlh front .ote be.
chbus Ph-lien asul Ja.aaeey, aaIl t1w snow
hills from the gratm' fast struck hiu is the
fare. While tey werse teari' ealng tlew
road like mad, and t1w flyiss' snow was
lalisadins' 'e'm. PIhlim heard a quare s..e
behind tenes like te wienl in the chi.n
sel. The egnt heard it, too, fur he was
Ikekin' it tows the road like the divvil
war afther him. The donlkey gasn to
Ibray. hb was that freckeswd. and Phetlia
may to Jaawmery. ay.s he:
'Ja" snuy,' says we, Iwhlat all she f.es
about ?' smay he.
"Jaanesy ri up ist hib sate and teak a
long tknk through the tekwcpe he had In
him poa ket. ThIin he tured 'rounad to
Phelin as wasn drivia,' and may. he:
" Phellisn dkl you may your pr ayern lat
1 dli thin,' may Plelim. 'Why?'
..*Iklkarne ye'll he ieside- of a wolf augil
anr hour is over your thead.'
( *lanag!' ways Jaimwey to 1hw gnat.
laittisa' tlh. mIaui a welt wil tLwh ind of time
l1m-1. *If the goai boltl. hiir wiled I'll
lnto land if I ek, I'll .et wheavy on Iher
"Ti''l wolves wenr fltyilng ovemr thlwel slw
like a swallow over itea. maill intld, anmi
g.tithilg faint. Ilae-lilman' tee ha were* clat
ierltsg tatgetlair like. two .liia.r plet.*, what.l
" 'Ja.sIn."y, lets thirow over tlt dosl5
"And WAS hwKy did4. ki'ssIlm Emisa1 gINNIl-Ey
atmil w~iumlais' hii. wall. whlirls of -assrtna
y.'ll ati uiy wee* wulmln Ia. w4Sry well. I~rkama.
1334 weilvew wias maliglmly Imemeagry atimel hal
their 1443 thlaaturjaei.d four fremh *8uaI4.
WVias tlice dirlimy a-aimyluilme keys tar wiel
tik e alemka-y they s135ri34li till - Sm-& a ofi
of hireu rIO,.. like ma bemtcher will a knmife.
latyima' tlhns. us liama tar a wa&..hiemtb . Suiu
luck tab their mfiskin'. anld l a. a ga oem
41414k4) Lia Wil 38*' anmal wmrthl two. p6181*tl,
alien a 144r.
Her. a.Jwaulahl.* r lmilnaIuU amy artur
asma' 'ag tse. limit. a rum. miuseals no -01, 13..
rbolmer,.!" "hew asesamudlhuem!' aid thie
ilik.. Micky meamaurd:
-Viet. tIhy clintd up the aaI skiuy. hlule
andl bltsf. eed licked thair clm.pem few
m 14141. 'TwaImm ShI tot Irishs aklemskay s*4i1e
they iaer hull. and 'Swaim hsalmkr like pork
clhpsi . i.º 13w wolvres rIaymeIm a(maogsg
tlaimsawl" ye. tht If %loa- tksska( y was folue
shims' the Iribmaaass muuis hr Smetthir, S514
hey salarted etthlwr S1i ejustmhiug ear 4iU4tr
iawue.., amid it goism' like tlhe wisml. , h1w gou
warr tlust frs.keme. Wla'ma P'arlisma hrs·en
this.. enumuimm' lew rasy to Jatumescy:
"" Yr maim a. well )umiap but ammdl give
twluem a tait of ya~r ahswck. Shulms., if th~y
all' ye. I'l lemave prayes Mited fallr ye ina liti
chapma.l at Iaimmur nal a hbI'tMb14 11 Elarmy
yo.ur wIddty !'
*'".ao hau e l dvl whil you anid your
pasIr"arye s,' ays Junisweey. andl will that he
et lse . aKlimsa a welt over l~tistlug wrill
hmm.s b Iektlatmrs ae mmeeLd lhis. heeth elaw..
'Ihmemss tlmey wara at it. luammiammr mammal utaugu
manl timey wn'tL~ al teetI eli autr 'tall at big tae,
jmmmj'uml mim, tIma.h sak of thme ear si4 Iook
Li lmetee 4. *utrtmmrlmuesaew matek .14*8 oft
'lwKlmmm·s eleg. W 'rel ella. hy tuetb fell te. mcl
killedl tike. wolf~ and~ tlummg hmmmm eovcrlis manc.
"fmel hIm. amis wrniltee as wau left Luiel aum
lir.i* little, likeI ratll out of Ireat.h
andl olly resiaumi vl his story after i
pus.tl alah.i of (aoxubing. Wi'ill hi' Iwaganl
again him recital saowehl that l i. wa1s irval
if mnesmsate' delakls:
"'lwr"h*mis Ia1 s1u ihe lsw tellin' m ye how
ai.le waes ol tarsen wolves. was kallkdl .y
thw two lrishania's lacekthorlas instil only
walts wait heft. Y.s'll ilsy su..* Ith. ise he
nsMst he wil*n ye remnlinhber tat t e hadI
anils. oither wolve's inside of hlln, which
the mame uew swallowed.lhskles part of the
p3er donkey. Still lhe was hengryy for
sInuere. i tw iels.' a ekold a.ght to sharpen
the appetite. Bilt he was a foey old haste
ass' instead of junpin' p. l s thell blck of
tlhe jalunting car to get ilt y ll lanesy's
lacakthoun. as the others had done before
him. he . lan ahead and ltried for to pull
down the billy, as was now blowin' for his
wiund. That was a very foolish thing for
him to do. fur the white goat Jist ris in his
treues, teasitn' the beeehin' stlras. which
the sanet was too small fur htin. hein'
mnadi fur the donkey, and huekeed the
wolf wl a welt of his big borns and kilt
Mickey stopped andl looked at his wide
eyed htene.es with a qsuiet semnile of satis
Is thalt all!" they inquirled in a breath.
"Yis. that's all. ' ptin' that the wolves'
skin was used as a lap robe by the good
King Kishog.ne whin he win ut ut for a
ride behnld the white goat."
Prrm the M.erhtmnt Traveler.
"WLhat ar you doing now. Gum ?" smid
one young man to another.
"(lb, I write for a living."
.*"On the daily pree.s '
"No; I write to father about twica a
mnonth for a remittance.
"Are you an electrician sir ?"
"'How strong a current would he required
todesta busan li.e ?'
"'I saiI was an electrcian, ir;: not a
bobby-rkker. How large is a house' ?
A LION AT LARGE.L
%, Sting of @1amis inead ta Mae 11semes
•, am I- Ealtsh City.
From lea.ds Time.
The **atern uburd of Birumtngham wem
eFterday the asen. of a pwrotwersd and
erting lion bant.s wlhih reeeh-td happit
withoLt serimos .sunalty in Lte remaptur
of the runaway animal. In roanrctiou
-ith tbhe oral rlehration of Ihe Michae
nee fair, Musm"n. Wombwell bed leta
liMbrd their well-known msnagerie cmn
piece of wast gmromnd known - Uhe Old
P-ek at Amsone wbhee he ee vaes were
drawn up in a hollow squirem. (On of the
cage conitainedI a young, blt-ck-sear
Nellrlan lion, haboit 4 yve r old, whk'l
arrived In Binrmitgham from LiUrpool
only tbat .morning ahbou mihilad . ThYe
keeper enitrrd the den to elern it, anl
while engaged In thin dum1t lib abraIntlu
was momentarily dlivefrtled r a t he
tween asi oarivh and a dter. Whn bh
lLkedl armnnld I fouand the c me enpty
thr lion apparently havin slIpd out
tlhar'ifh on otpening in SUe ~i of the tkrn
e*aUeI hy the dilsemplarennt of a movable
wiwNtese i heantr. The falteningi of trw la
ter. it meins. had been witiLsrawnu Iy an
el*- iheut is Uhe next clen.
The lion, hawing passed amaserwted mn
.er the caravans, presently fosad itself
on tlhe fair groaeul. At Armsm se animal
sin-d quite howiklerred with Sthe noSte of
tie Ipycrl. e d lhanr of the steam trum
-pp** the clasting of the ucymbals and the
laelkwinl of te oregans, and Is remail tls
for .ons time rosoted t the spot. The
peple were too bssy o obmerve it until
tl.e alar. was given hb Wonab.
wer1ll men. who hearried to sfh spot
armnd with rupee and iron baars
whest a seems of wild eaontfuasio ensued.
.Men women and hinu klr sam m.npered off
in all direcrtina. as the lion dashed across
tle groantd. A group of chldlren were. iaU
iS Ioath, hut it cleared them at a bound
anl nmade straight for the neighboring
brosk. After wading up the stream for
about fifty yards hsit pasit'-strlckeit adil
Sntil, meAilng its pgursuers sclges at amal,. ap
pear, to have crlpt in an open sewer,
where it emprweairly diappeared treo
view. Tie drai.sn su w rit ot She brook
had baens eplokred for several hbundred
yards in every dlrecsion without arty ms.
cn., wheln Marce (rean, the chief lion
tan.er, heardr Sw fugitive iiou roar. He
traced the mound with dilipculty to the
channel leading firee the manhole at the
anctioua of the rmad to the outlet in the
aInok where te. lion first entered, and he
as snce arranged o crawl thro ugh the
:lrai. in pursuit of SUe beast. A transfer
cage was obtaned and taken to the brook.
when the drop door was lifted land ti
mousth of the a placed against the
open, niof te drhe .
By tWl sinw t( Memo hd changed his
clnthes, adwl armaed with a heavy revolver
and aceompaned ~ l a boar hound he de
menemled through he manhole into the
nse.wer. Twicein quick Muecemai revol
ver sho echoed throuMgh Se undweeground
paislag, and to the arin explorer the
aunnasl's roar showed sthat e was on the
right trac(. ('rawsha along (enan at
lIeth emlught ight of .s* a lnienual, which
atat ist tursned o hbay, but quickly Bed at
the disslharge of the revolver and anaule
toward thl cage at the other end of the
sewe.r. The lion tlawr crawled after it
withb all haste, aul the faithful boar houn.l
kept chloe at lutaid. WVIeni the mnouath of
tim cage cainoe iln view tin skog was nt llto
thie front, aiid at tine worl of connUnIUd
gave veils to a sk.afe-ilig bark nlleust
milntllularoUeasly slaer. was a stcranlulinlg
moise ill tla ls.,sukrgrll.l.ll c.aneli~s. an its
uatllthir laistant tias lions b.usnnukd isd , Ih.o
tnrp ae.t fItr Ilmlm al was *prue.nlptly entrsegl
talmld .nrte.~l Nluik to, time nmti.lagLm.riee.
AN INTERESTING CASE.
.S trerta Meriial's IMlaserraet Irate lkted to
mleearyr by Her Ileamassa's Arrest.
Na.w YORK. 4 k't. 2. - ..e.sationaI rUtora.
a.- revivianlg n.sala.lies of tie. still Inore'
mesisaetiional .l'nsiaetsleit of Victoria Mori.,
aiii. hw, favorite daughter of HBanker
Ml.risinli. with Ernest Hulllkassap Shillilag.
hlar father's (o4ahselala. on Sepltenrber 9.
1$14, were nwt afluat by tie appearlance of
thei es-neua-hnan ine Longl Iland city po
lice cour(( to-sday. .chilling has been Iiv
ing at Steinwaysu L. I.. for about two
years. He wenat tlere uukelr tie name of
Jacle's 'Wilsoln anld got work as a painter
hat his kidentity was se.m founal, out. There
were storie that Schilling lhad been bought
off y Blalker lMorlslli whels Victoria was
Spririte.l away trotu himnt. Iw.*esuhably
tIlroughl the fatlher's agelcy. Schilling in
ulignamatly k*nkiel that lie lad willingly
giveca up his wife or lnroipieel to r-llnu
qeiimhI lisi claimnl as hler hushlandl. He hast
not seenll ler since lshe. disappearled so
nl-ysteriourly. however. He has hbeen liv
lng quietly at a hwoareliln houle at te.in
way'ae I.et has hewIcen.T it L iakl, a good
wkayl of a favo.lit with tIhe pretty Gelralna
girls, of wlasrhl there are sauasy in the
Steinway settlelmnect. Sehilling'sl appear
ance ie tlw Long u.land city police coulrt
tiis nmornimag was olly as a witneis.,U but if
tlh guiermlp ass right. the result of the
leRgal ati-n suamy . e quite as sliglnfllant to
hits as if he were principal in the eas e.
Justices Manlly ai1d Kavanaig of Long11
Islalud ('ity were to have tried t.e ease
esterdlay of Katrile Stahl againslt Johul
'lagmenr. Miss Stahll. who is the
ma.tty daullsghter of el-Alwkrlnanl
tahl of Atria.ha am had Wa
naer arrested for falling to keep his
rasine o~f anairlriage anild to o.enpel hlim
to i)y fIr tIhe slupport of her chill. Both
jusitis elk.ridkel that os the ease was likely
to -s' a long one to pImtpone it until the
Ifint week in eeetrnlher. o that the crowd
wkwhih filled the couartl-memn ili elrsetathiom
of msone hig developIenetIs when Schilling
went on the wittness-staend wans greatly
ulisappointedl. Fronu ex-Judge ('larence
E. Irew. one of the -rounesel for the dte
fensie. it was ameertaineu' that Schillinst
lhad hieetn ahpaernaed an a witness In he
half of Wdagner, and that it was esperted
to prove that Schilling and not %N ager
was nlost probably the father of lMil
Stahl's child. Wagsner may that manosng
a number of men who pald ttentIon to
Mis sN SahlI Schilling wa one of the meta
favored. Sehilling denies the insinuatiob
against hiL fdelity to the wise e hab not
uecn for o, long.
THE IOURWON PRETENDER.
one oseese or.,mass sstewe d an 0t
(eCans at arts.
From a Paris letter.
Nome fancy that the Comwa de Paris' or
tune is small and that he needs power to
enlarge it. but this is a mistake. He has
a considerable fortune, the amount and
origin of which is unknown even to his
most intimate friends. At least ten years
ago a man. since dead. who here a high
foreign title, wrote to the Comte de Paris:
"I owe ny Immense fortune to your
grandfather, and I wish to show ny rati
tade to him by offering you part of it. and
thus enabling you to personify the amon
arrchy. Give a trusty man five of your vie.
itiermcards. He will present them to fve
stock brokers named below and what I
destine for you will be handed to him."
This was done.
The trusty man brought back a capful
of hbods to bearer. The precise sum is
not known, but the insurance compa
nies demoanded aoO tfor tlw tranMp of
the boduts to England. The count t houbt
this too much, and be had the bonds put
in tin hoses, which two trusty men took
to Kngland and deposited at CouSts' bank.
DA!T ON TfRAMNSUOATSON.
Thelm hrn Wish a V.u e Whe s New
S £a -ema.
PFerm alh fiw Yr am. *
Ven ma hoira. sesa M a daesels ..s
am ke lam two pee amd otn thoke as
muse melh e, t him th-em 7pm do h em"
a.d .o a these whome .e daefli .amestr
IN ek twatS kamanm he hMvye It was two
yesm ae whew I ease a- s hitm rnat.
It wa late as sllht mI I ctoad as the see
mar f othe "ow nd armd eet. I
Swa wlar away as as apple whins I
hadl l on a stean fdatuker up ak.
br., amd I had ahe maams t in amp
awd. The eM mam wid timeh fr emp
-me aea dof amd mts. ,mud appmarle
me o ea sumly that I was starded.
"Pim. lighs" ar maved, as a. ,llge-ed
"Yea. Mlave . ,?"
"Tkna.h; I'd tbe o du ftr. same b/
pass. Cauries ain's it '"
"I. mism thims-. -P5."
"AU push mbad burgle mad hustle and
drive. and nobody a for anybody .1he.
We ouhy to b sunre socriable. Wlhy rea's
we te 7 '
"T'hat's it! I'm willing to do uay pmr."
"And 1 asina . I'U msat you right base
tmoarrow auight for mo.ial is.atae.age at
He was aore than qu.er. While be was
well educated and Iad no dousa held a
hig!h standing at one time, he was hard ma
for mieas.s and clotuhi, andl amuch of h.s
talk would lead you to beietrv that be was
out of his mind. The s.mondl night
was very amultry. He wore th. masne fur
sap as on the fS. He. pr saw that
I okmted this fact, anl e uaid:
"Best I can do, eams know. And I .ame
tis.es .ink is ul nay wits In. Come up
So ay maIaCtssn.
I fllowed without qusealu. He led am
to a tenementa house on Rome staes, anid
we went up four flights of dark steep
stairs, and entered aman u rooms. There
was an old straw lbed u te fllor, a he.e
table, a chair or two. amld an o(a ramd
coat ha o .U a naUl. It was a wretched
looking pc, but e obseraved: -
..ltrP. are worse o00. riltb li tals w amean
b"uliding, and I fet.I that ouglt to e
Ithankful. Now, theuae.l4 uil talk."
I was pmredl to fnd a moan who bad
pone ar about anir ship or aal
nmo-ut.ho. but wasr disUpponted. w`i
,was wrast l.on, asnd lhe had .ne.r
bhooks aned a enar tingm ro
the·, the . He1 e kntly been dwell
l on theutter for yM. He not only
acrpe the belief or the Lims tranmu.'l-
ion but he ~arthe aecepted th Southern
Bu-Lddhiti belief of asceressive traanl
"Tbhe idea is right ad eas nound as a
dollar," be .asd, after eplanialnag it; "but
I have as yet failed to settlt one vital
oit. Whaen I die what new shape will I
T Will my soul pass hato that of th
lion, tiger. hyena, on, hbufralo, busard, or
what .Let iue settle that onie point., ald
1 wouldt·'t tade places with a king."
"But r you sadt no cholne of your .eg,
color of hair and eyes. why not leave this
to Providen.e?" I asked.
"Blecause the one I. iina-rutable and Sl.e
other is not," be anslwerd. "It was In
tendedl tlhat an slmouk lind thsl out, anmd
nmnw' day I shall rsolve the natter.
Wouldn't it laske a diffelrewe to you now
if you were certain whether you were
goning to Ie a rabbit or an elephant in the
surc*rarlise etase. ?"
After thiat ailght always saw hlal once
a week. and inmetiisaI ofteielr. He never
ncasel out itn tIe i day thase, anId e1 never
'luaularl d his chldtle. As I Maw hlnm tih
lrult altt mu le allwa-ys wars. (Olne light
we woeild wealk osl tlHe Ihlw-ry for ilihe or
four ioetru. ald againl we. wounkl ga, downl
to thIe hlattery or *it so tlwe Ird i. -. He
lc.ve.r squke to anotheer piermn wh ile with
lia.. nter idil Il- ever ise.as to r.alise that
we' two werL. nt alo01e, in tihe workl. I
easlld iclver geit linte ilts a street e ar, car
riagsl. sIr upstas a itant. Wald he eLxplained
lis reflsa.l ly .sayirng:
1"1 nualt prepare for the future state
ys se.-c. Perhiape I sleall take the fsmor of
an elepalunat, andll elellphants dosn't go rid
visited him at his rnomu when the
weather was inilenemnt. He sever asked
my sieatne iour iave s.e his. No other seub
Jet- hut tralnsumigration was ever intro
dl.ced. The. furniture of his nrom re
mlailsed exactly the saute, ae l I erver saw
lhimn have a pelnely of nmonley. He was
knIown to cne and all others as "the old
moan with the fur cap." Beyond that ino
onee coukl .
O )tie anight I found hnim more than usual
ly Jubilant, and as I sat down he rubbted
hil hands together and whispred:
"I am very nsear the solutisan of the
problem. I alln almns certain of t.e
hluea- I am to taLke In the neet stage."
"It is to go according to weight and
stature, I think. That and your coscaplex
onss. I ant tall. weigh 1tl) lmoueds, and
have a sallow conplexiont. I feel crtain
that I shall become a oae-ulumnlped camel."
"And bow does the kk.a suit ?"
"Palrly welL It's rather better than I
We talked over the nmatter until a late
hour, aled wheess we separated he said lee
would go up to thei Park next day and
we.k to verify his figures on theU casnUl. 1
lhad Inever seen him el l ple)esel and en
thuslastic. I was to call the next evening
hint one to ascertain his success or fallur.
and I was th're on . sine.
"Is it tbe old man with the fur cap you
want ?" asked a woman as I reached his
"' ll,le's dtead and gom !"
"It canI't he !"
"But it is. He hung himself nht be
fore last, ald was taken away and ed
yesterday. Here is a not be left for some
onse, and I guess it was nmeant for you."
I went into her room to read it. It was
a cramped old-fashioned hand, written In
pencil on a bit of stray paper, and it read:
"I am terribly disappointed. Instead of
crifyn my fgur on t onhum
Siseovered that they exaCt fitted
the big kangaroo. The prolem . solved
and ay nilon ended. I had my heart
on bein a camel but fate is ineorable.
I goo a . kangaroo. Farewell t"
And he had fasteed rpe to a book in
the celling stood on a chair to ads the
noose, and then launched himself into
Why Ie CesaMars user It ish.
From the New York TelegMam.
A surgeon was exammlaig for deafhaes
an appliesut for a pesason., and, to te
the man's left ear, held a watch at some
d.tanee and asked him it Le eould hear It
The answer was "No" and the same re
ply was given to repeated questions so th
watch was brought nearer.
"Put him down tUtaIly deaf in the left
ear" the surgeon d, and, holdig the
watch away frm the man's left ear, the
same question was asked. To his surprise
the answer was the same. It themn c
curred to the surgeon to esamine his
watch and e found that t had stopped.
The exsaninstion was begun anl over
Orwatw or n Oat .
From Fl4d and orreL.
A iagnlcent English tree known as
the "Winlfarthlng ak," which measured
as flet 7 Inches in girth in 174I4 has Just
been reweau.red ai.d found to have grown
Just 17 inches an the interval, 1aD eears.
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