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TWO TRUE HEARTS.
Laura Allen sut alone s.t her irnind
piano, ninninjr her while tinkers lightly
over tlin ivory keys. Rut tl 10 strain's
which full from llurin wore sin! oni's. anil
a shadow retitetl ujion Laura's fair forts
lioad, not wont to be there.
Sweet Laura hail a o.ilhinl lover all,
we have reached the li:uloiv now! A
hasty word -a tiiik action, t in nJji If.s
ly done, had thrown aeoolne.-s between
them, and he had not been m ar her for
Tin's was her birthday. Could it be
that Frank would let it pass without one
token of remembrance? That w ould be
pain too hard to bear! Oh. no! hn
would come, surely, before the eveniii"
was over. "
A ring at tho door set her heart to
throbbing like a trip hammer. She sat
Htill, listening for Frank's step, proudly
resolving uot to show him how chid she
Hut no Frank appeared. The maid
who answered the bell eaim- in. and
crossing to Laura, she c.ave her a pret
ty, rustic basket of flowers, vaving:
"A hoy left this fur on, Mi-s Laura."
"Thank you. Ann," said Laura. kind
ly, as she took the fr.e.'i !ii:t gilt, the
pain at her heart easing a little, for. if
not himself, this miisi be Frank's gift,
and some token would be u iih it to
hhow that lie loved her still.
"Oh, how lovely!'' ,he breathed,
bending low to inhale the fragrance- of
the glossy tuhc-ro-e in the centre, and
looking lovingly at ihe gn at purple
hearted paiisic, the rich rriuisou rose,,
buds, pale tea-roses, m ml bn.lit geran
ium bliKiins, resting in a circle of odor
"It must have been hv.nk! " she whis
H'red, searching c iecil mid the blos
soms for card or noic, but hiding none,
"Still, J think he remembered my
birthday mid sent it," .she ai,. '-If ho
did, he will show it next, liine we meet,
and I shall know he wants to be friends
She. carried it to her room and put it
in a cool window, to keep it fresh and
sweet for Frank's sake. And the next
evening, at a small social pari v, .she mil
He gave her a swift glance, and she
saw Ins face suddenly change and hard
en he gave her a cold bow, and walked
away, while Laura felt her heart grow
faint in her breast, and her ecs were,
full of bitter pain. Hut hc' was too
proud to show it. she chatted gaily,
played and Ming when requested, and
longed for Frank to come ami speak one
word Ut her. Undid not come. I'.ut
lute, in the evening she pnu.iM iih her
escort close ny where he Mood with
(iertio Lyon, and heard Miss Lvon tell
him that she had lost, that dav, while
out riding, a very valuable ring, slio
heard Frurik answer
"1 can sympathise with you, Miss
Lyon. I lost a gurnet ring to dav, for
which 1 would not have taken any
"What a pity! Have vu auv idea
where you l.,,t it!"' asked" (iertie'Lyon.
"Not in the least," said I rani;. "I
wan in twenty dillereiit place 1 r,..
Visited nil Without Mli'i'i.., The rill"
wa.1 my mother's, ami 1 prized n, very
They passed on, and Laura heard no
When nhe got home she took the bas
ket of flower from the window, and
watered it to keep it f i esli.
'I will save you iih lon as I can for
your own beauty, pretty tliingsl" nho
Raid. "I know now u was not Frame
who sent you, and I don't care for the
giver, hut the gift is sweet, and I will
Slie did keep it, for niorelhan a week,
by daily watering, and setting it on her
outer window-Kill to catch the dew at
night. And all this time Frank never
came near her.
Hut at last the beautiful basket of
"1 will keepthe. basketandthe moss,"
said Laura, "for they are so pretty.
Hut the poor blossoms are faded and
dead, like my fond dreams. Ah me!"
She Hung the llowcrs from the win
dow, ami then look up the cushion of
green moss, and shook if lightly, to free
it from the withered petals clinging to
it. Something glittered as she. shook
the moss, and fell with a ringing sound
upon a small white paper, lying at the
bottom of the basket, under the moss
and the (lowers.
Oh, delight! Frank did send the bas
ket, for Frank's garnet ring was in her
hand! She had not only discovered
that lie had not forgotten hcj but she.
could restore to him his lost treasure.
All this time it had been in her reach.
She snatched up the little paper, unfold
ed it, and read these words:
"Dp.ah I.u'iu : I caiui'it lu-Hr llitn eolilnea.
If my liiisi v words wniitnleil you, forgive ny.
niii'lmv, Hint take me lun k Hiruin, Wear some
ot Ihcse roselnnU in your lim r at Mrs. Lyons'
tn-inorniw nmhl, anl I shall knew 1 am lor-
imeii. otherwise, i shall know I must ii1
hope farewell fur ever.
The note dropped from Laura's nerve-'
less fingers. Now she knewwhy Frank
was ho eold at (iertie Lyons' party! She
remembered that she had worn a silver
arrow in her hair, and not a flower.
She Hew to her desk, and wrote these
words to him:
"liK.AH I"nSK:-l!y thcMilcM chanee I have
found nr (ihiih t i inn. Will ymi come lo nio
this c eiiintf mid to t n .'
She dressed herself prettily, when
evening came, and went down to the
'awing-rooin to wail for Frank.
Not very long did she wait. He came
early. Viih some constraint in his man
ner, but trvin to be friendly as ever.
Laura quietly laid the ring in his
hand, and then his face lit.
"It is really mine!" he said. "I am
so glad! Where did you lind it, Laura?"
"In a basket," said Laura, coloring
slightly. "And I found something else
"Indeed! What was it?" asked Frank.
"A note, which you sent nie on niv
birthdav, and I never saw until to day.'
Frank caught her hands. "Laura! h
"It h true, Frank," she said, meeting
his eyes bravely. "The basket was so
pretty that I did not move the flowers
until they withered - not until to-day."
"Then you did not wear that sharp
thing in u.iu hair on purpose to wound
"Oh. no! no! Frank "
"Well-. Laura, what?"
"Nothing, only if I had found the
note I would have worn the rosebuds."
Frank caught her to his heart.
"Laura, are you mine again?"
"Yes, if you 'will take me."
Frank did "take her" literally and
not many words could be spoken for a
moment or two. Then he said:
"Laura, you have found the ring
will you wear it until I replace it with a
lie slipped it on her slender figuro,
"('Hard it well, dear Laura, for it has
reunited two true hearts."
The "bull-roarer," a toy better known
to Lnglish than American boys, has
just reappeared before the Lnglish public
as the text of a discourse delivered re
cently by Mr. Tvlor before the Royal
Institute. Mr. Tylor is the author' of
various books upon primitive civiliza
tion, and is iu-d now investigating the
"bull-roarer'' as one of the puzzles in
human history. For it is found, al
ways as a sacred instrument used in
celebrating religious mysteries, not only
in ancient (i recce, but in New calami.
New Mexico, Austtalia'and Africa, and
the question j-i, did it beeiu ns a toy,
and through the diabolical character of
its noise come to be regarded as a suita
ble means of impressing such spiritual
powers as could be summoned, or did it
degenerate into a toy when familiarity
had dulled the ell'eet'tirst produced bv
iN iiic? i'ossibly the reader may recall
a toy, the originator of which 'is un
known, a toy constructed simultane
ously from Maine to Florida and from
the Alleghanies to the I'aeilie slope by
every boy, liili or low, rich or poor,
w ho could compass an empty tomato
can, a string, and a bit of ro.sin,-
Through every city and village of the
laud swept this epidemic of "roosters,"
whose voice was the voice of the guinea
hen, miuI a rusty gate, ami a contentious
woman and an energetic steam whistle
combined. Tim "bull-roarer" is of less
complex but quite as sustained force,
ami simple and innocent in appearance
far beyond the "rooster," and is capable
of well-nigh as unearthly a chorus. Any
bit of board will make one, and the pro
cess is described entirely in the interest
of science, and with no' slightest refer
ence to the wishes or intentions of the
'l ake then a bit of board, say a quar
ter of an inch in thickness, eight inches
long and three wide, ami sharpen each
end, leavimrthe roarer when linished in
the shape of the "fish" uM.( ns a count
er. Now tie a strong siting a yard in
length lightly around one cud, twist the
other firmly about the forclinger nnd
whirl. Whirl patiently for nothhig will
happen for hih! time.' In fact, the au
dience who l'Mcucd to Mr. Tvlor, looked
with at lir.d interest, then .'loubt, then
deti, ion, at (he spectacle of a serious
and discreet philosopher whirling this
bit of wood with a calmness born of
experience. What they heard was first
a mild buz,, as of a hi bottle lly on a
hoi day; then a louder buzz, the" voice
of a doen hives of angry h,.,,, and and
denly n roar, "a might v' rushing noise,
as if some supernatural being Muttered
Mud buzzed his wings with fearful roar."
I lus is the "hull-roarer," and in every
country save Lnglaud it Is still regarded
as possessing magical power, having so
iiiiich virtue as a certain means of nils
"g the wind, that its Immediate adop
tion is suggested to the large constitu
'"' who are still waiting for some
thing to turu up.
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A Desperado's Death,
Moses Silk has been killed at Fort
Spunky, in Indian Territory. Silk was
drunk,' and w as firing a revolver indis
criminately, when SherilV Taylor at
tempted to take the weapon, but Silk
threw him down ami threatened to kill
him. Taylor rose and walked awav,
hut returned presently and shot Silk in
the back, and as the latter turned shot
him again in the breast. Silk stagger
ed and seemed blinded, as ho fired at a
Choctaw Indian who was seated on a
stump eating a lunch and taking no part
in the all'ray. The Indian was shot
through the hat. He leveled his shot
gun at Silk and lired both barrels, load
ed with bird shot, into his stomach.
Silk now walked up to Taylor and
said: "Taylor, you have killed me, but
I want to make friends before I die."
As he spoke he seized the sheriff ami at
tempted to kill him as ho held him in
his arms, lie drew one of the sheriff's
pistols from his belt and shot the officer
once, when two of Taylor's friends came
to his aid and lodged two balls in the
side f his as'sailant. Silk loosened his
hold, walked backward a few steps, and
exclaiming, "You have killed me, sure,"
fell on the ground anil died without a
struggle. Tie had been shot six times,
and was literally riddled with lead. Silk
was one of the most noted desperadoes
in the Indian nation, and had long been
a terror to the people of Fort Spunky, a
little village on the line of the new rail
road, lie is credited with having killed
five men and with having been accessory
to numberless murders. Little Hock
A recent visitor to Mark Twain thus '
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every word being deliberately uttered,
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delivery, but rather as though it had
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A Little Girl.
A friend whom we met the other day
had such a springing step and so happy
a countenance that we almost involun
tarily asked him:
"Boy or girl?".
"How did you know?" said he, as ho
shook our hand vigorously by way of
congratulat ing himself.
"finessed it," we replied.
"Well, you're good on the guess. It's
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so long, we may as well let it pass.
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A Poor Shot.
A French landed proprietor and a
colonel of dragoons had a deadly quar
rel. Hoth were eccentric, anil they
agreed that lots should bo drawn, anil
that the loser proceed to some retired
spot and shoot himself. The next
morning the opponents and their sec
onds met at a small cafe outside the
tow n. Lots were duly drawn, the land
ed proprietor proving the winner. The
colonel took his bad fortune calmly;
after an a fleet ionatu farewell of all, he
forgave his fortunate adversary, us a
Christian gentleman ought to ilo, niic"
accepting the loaded pistol, moved
steadily into an adjoining room and
closed the door. The others breathless
ly awaiteil the detonation which was to
convey to theni the finale of thet ragedy.
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door of the fatal chamber, where the
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