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The Flying Dutchman.
BY CAfTAW MARKYAT.
Two days Inter the widow's funeral
wm ofr, and lhillp IihvIiik found tho
hoy In a Merit drawer of tiW mother'
cabinet. wa stand Ins In tho room that
dutd boon lacked up tar m many yenr.
I'd room wm about twelve or four
n foot square, with bnt one window;
opposite to tbo door stood t eklm
nor awl fire-place, with a high buffet
ttf dark wood on each tide. On n table
near by wm a bunch of keys. With
out ol these he oponed the wooden
loor of (tie buffet, revealing an Iron
A second hey on the bunrh opened
h Iron doore; nnd Philip found him
'elf In poeeeaslun of n considerable
um of money, amounting, mm near ni
he could reckon, to ten thousand
guilder. In little yellow aack. Philip
replaced the eaekn, and locked up the
cupboards, nfter having taken oat of
one, already half emptied, a few pi mm
for his Immodlnto want. Then turn
ing and Raring at the table again ho
behold partly concealed under some
embroidery, the sealed letter which his
mother had declared had boon loft
there by hi father seventeen yonrs
ago. Ho dashed forward, seized the
letter, and buret out of the fntnl room.
"I rannot, dare not, read It here,"
exclaimed ho; "no, no. It mint he un
der the valut of high and offended
Heaven that the rneaeage must be re
vived." Philip took hie hat. nnd wont
out of tho houee; In calm despair he
locked the door, took out tho key, and
walked he knew not whither.
I'hlllp lootiod about him for some
Hpot where he might he concealed from
obeervatlen where he mlaht break the
eeal, and rend thin mission from a
world of aplrlta. A small copse of
brushwood, in ndvanec of a grove of
tren, wni not far from where ho alood.
He walked to It nnd Hat down, ho ni
to be roneealod from any psascrs-by.
Then he broke tho seol, which boro
the lultlala of hie fnther's namo, and
rend as follows;
"One of thoee pitying aplrlta whose
ye rain tee re for mortal crime ha
been permitted to Inform me by whnt
mean alone my dreadful doom may
"Could I but receive on tho deck of
my own hlp tho holy relic upon which
I iworn the fatal with, klsa it In all
humility, and ahed one tear of deep
contrition on the snored wood, I then
might real In peace.
"How t!i li may he offectod, or by
wham en fatal a tank will he under
taken. 1 know not. Oh, Catherine, we
have a eon but, mi, no, let him not
hear of me. Pray for mo, and now,
"Then It Is true, most hurrlbly
true." thought Philip; "and my father
In even now in living Judgment. And
lie iwliiu to me to whom else ahould
he? Am 1 not hi eon, mid li It not
Vet. my father!" oxclnlmed Philip,
eloud, falling on hi kneoa, "you hare
not written theso lino In vain. M
me peruse thorn once more."
Philip railed up hi hand; but, al
though It appeared to him that he had
jitlll bold nt the letter, It wan not there
he grouped nothing. He looked on
the grits to ee If It had fallen but.
no. there wai no letter; It had dlsnp
peared. Was It a vlalon? No, no; ho
had rood every word. "Then It mint
h to me, and m ulone. that tho Dilu
tion wm Intended. I nrropt the sign."
' Hear me, dear father If thou art
o permitted- and deign to hear me,
grailou Heaven hear the ton who,
by tali tarred rellr. wear that he will
avert your doom or perlih. To that
will he devote hi day; and baring
done hi duty, he will die In hope and
prce, Heaven, that recorded my raili
father' oath, now regleler hl sou's
upon the MM sacred eroaa, and may
perjury o My pert be visited with
punishment more dire than his! He
celve U, Ilea van, a at the last I truet
that in Thy merry Thou wilt receive
tbi lather aad the on; and If loo bold,
oh, airtfua aiy presumption!"
Philip threw blmaelf forward on his
fare, wliti ula Hp to the sacred sym
bol. The oo want down and the twi-llft-ht
gradually dtiappeared; night had
for MM Una shrouded all In dark
new, and Philip yet remained In al
ternate prayer and meditation I
Hot h waa disturbed by the voire
of some men. who at down upon the
turf but a tew yard from where he
Mil raniaalad. The ronveieallan he
little heeded; but It had roused him,
and hi Bret feeling was to return to
the rentage, Uwu he might reflect over
Mi pinna; but, although the men
poke In a low tone, hut attention was
aoon arrested by the subject of their
ronvetwtlou when be beard the name
of Mynheer Iooti Mentioned. He II
tenad attentively, aad discovered that
they were four disbanded soldier, whe
Inieadad that night to alUek the house
of the tittle doctor, who bad they knew.
much niiiney In hi Hoaaesalon.
"What I have proposed la the beat,"
aatd M of them, "he haa na one with
him but hi daughter "I value her
more than hli Money." replied an
otbsr; "so recollect before we go It Is
OUli BUDGET Oif FUN.
GOOD JOKES. OnlQINAL
perfectly understood that alio I to bo
c. If you choose to purchase her,
there I no objection," ropllcd a third.
'Agreed; huw much will you In con
science sake ask far a puling girl?"
"I my fire hundred guilder," ropllod
"Well, be It so, but on this condi
tion, that If my share of the booty doer
not amount to so murh, 1 am to have
her for my shore, whatever It may ho."
"That's vory fair," replied the other;
but I'm much mistaken If we don't
turn more than two thousand guilders
o.it of tho old man's chost."
"What do you say Is It agree
shall Uaetans havo her?"
"Oh, yea," roplled tho others.
"Woll, then," ropllcd tho one who
had stipulated for Mynheer Pouts'
daughter, "now I am with you, heart
and soul. I loved that girl, and tried
to got her I positively offered to
marry her, but tho old hunks refused
me, nn ensign, nn ofllcorj but now I'll
have revenge. We mutt not spare
"No, no," replied tho others.
"Shall wo go now, or wait till It Is
later? In an hour or more tho moon
will bo up wo may bo scon."
"who Is to see us? unless, Indeed.
some one is sent for him. The later
the bettor, I say."
"How long will It take us to get
there? Not half an hour It we walk.
Suppose we start In half an hour hence,
we shall just have the moon to count
tho guilders by."
"Thnt'a all right. Jn tho meantime,
I'll put n now Hint In my lock, and
have my r-nrblne loaded, 1 can work
In tho dark."
"You arc nied to it, Jan."
"Yea, I nm and I Intend this ball
to go through tho old rascal's head."
"Well, I'd rather you ahould kill him
than I," replied one of tho othcra, "for
he snved my life nt Mlddloburgh, vhcn
every ono mndo suro I'd die."
Philip did not want to henr nny
morn; he crawled behind the bushes
until ho gained tho grove of trees, nnd
pnsslng through them, mndo a detour.
so as not to bo seen by theso miscre
ants. Thnt they were disbanded sol
diers, many of wham were Infesting
the country, he know woll. All his
thoughts were now to save the old doc
tor nnd his daughter from the danger
which threatened them; and for a time
ho forgot his father, and the exciting
revolutions of tho day. Although Philip
had not been nwaro In what dlroctlon
ho had wnlkwl when he set off from
tho cottage, ho knew the country well:
nnd now that It was noreaaary to art,
ho romomborod the direction In which
ho should find the lonely house of Myn
heer Pools; with tho utmost speed he
made hi way for It, nnd In loss than
twenty minute he arrived there out of
Ah uaiinl, nil was silent, nnd the door
fnstoned. Philip knocked, but there
was no reply. Again nnd again he
knocked, and became Impatient. Myn
heer Pouts must havo bon summoned,
and wnsnot In tho house; Philip there
fore called out, so as to be hoard
within, "Maldon, If you father Is out.
as I proeumr ho must be, listen to whnt
I have to say I am Philip Vanderdock
en. Hut now I overheard four
wretches, who have planned to murder
your father, and rob him of his gold.
In ono hour, or less, they will be hero,
nnd I have hastened to warn and pro
tect you. If 1 may. I swear upon the
relic that you dollvorod to me this
morning that what I state Is true."
Philip waited a short time, but re
ceived no answer.
"Maiden," resumed he, "answer me.
If you value that which Is more dear
to you than even your father's gold to
hlrn. Open the casement above, and
listen to whnt I hare to say. In so
doing there Is no risk; and even If It
were not dark, already have I seen
A abort time after this second ad
drees, the casement of the upper win
dow waa unbarred, and the alight form
of the fair daughter of Mynheer Post
wna to be dietlNgulabed by Philip
through tit gloom.
"Wltat wouldst thou, yHHg air. nt
this uNseemly hour? and wlwt hi It
thou wouldst Impart, but Imperfectly
heard by me, when thou ipokeat this
minute at the door?"
Illlp then entered Into detail of all
that he had overheard, and concluded
by begging her to admit him, that he
might defend her.
"Think, fair maiden, of what I have
told you. You have keen sold to an
of thoee reprobate, whoa name I
think they mentioned waa Ibteten
The gold, I knew, you value not; but
think of thine own dear self surfer me
t enter the houee, and think HHt for
oue moment that my story Is feigned
I swear to thee by the soul of my poor,
dear mother, now, I trust, la Heaven,
that every word hi true."
"Da Hon, did you aajr, r?"
"If I mistook tham not, sueh was the
name; he sab! he loved you once.'
"That name I hav In memory I
know not what to da, or what to say;
my tamer mi moon summon to a
birth, and may be ytt away for many
hours. Yet hew oao I open the door
to you -at night ho net at home-1
A Variety of Jokit Olbsi an! fronlM,
Original end Mitfolid rintiam and
Jctiam from the Tlili of Uunitr
alone? I ought not cannot yot do I
bellovo you. You surely novcr could
be so base as to Invent this tale."
"Ko upon my hopes of future bliss
I could nut, maiden I You mint net
trifle with your life nnd honor, but lot
mo In." . .
"And It J did,, what could you do
against such number? they are four
to one would toon overpower you,
ami ono more life would be lost."
"Not If you have arms; nnd I think
your father would not be loft without A Hclnntine (irndPp.
thorn. I fonr thorn not-you know that ft&f fHflSfsuur"h" "Mt
I mil rciramio A SMI WHII a KIIHlly StflHe tils Slg4
I do indeed anil now you'll nsa
your life for those you did assail. I
thank you. thank you kindly, sir but
dare not open the door."
"Then, maiden, If you'll not admit
me, here will I now romnln, without
arms, nnd hut III able to contend with
four armed villains; but still, hire
Hurvtyed It threogri his gutsie.
'Ah. yei." he mU. "Invaluenta
Ami ill the tlerete llmulate.
A eity specimen It U.
he took the bmseam baok again,
in i nor nrr wmiiiii eye en;
-Margaret Johnson In Hi. Kkdtelai.
will I remain and prove my truth to i thought," an said, with u'mIviiiiw "P.
one I w nrotect 'gainst onus yes, u wn n unaeeiian
"Then shall 1 be thy murderer! Hut
thnt must not bo. Oh I sir swear, nstion iui.
swear by all that's holy, nnd by nil Ono dy n well-fed and sagacious rat
that's pure, that you do not deoelve "V110 ncr, object made of wire,
me m . whoso solo occupation seamed to be to
I swear by thyself mnldon, than all 0, enr? n i'"""' l'le of cheese.
to me more sacred!" ' ?D"' BB" "Perionoe
Tho casement closed, and In a short " u,c,r ",ac"mni "
tlmo a light appeared above. In a mln- 1" ,U"Y"" ? "u, V l.
He or two mo o tho door was opened Zl 'SL T "'"''"' U
to Philip by the fair daughter of Myn- ZlZi To know ZTL.TS"
. ' Ul in,i n.iih the nn" nrtfd to know what was up.
ii w m tfd til . r "Why. tho fact Is," replied tho rnt.
candle In her rlgh t hand th ,., ,mvo moro ohMM , J lhan , cm
In her cheeks vary nn-now flushing b ml nt mca , e)cMc
red. and again deathly palo Hor le quok,y oi , t)g d wng
hand was down by her side, and n It walng for ono , ,
she hold n pistol half concealed, Philip am necc,,t n porton
perceived this precaution on her part. ..Vm, nro gonoro. .'. ..,A tho molIi.
but took no notice of It; ho wished to ..I)on.t monlon lt. Jlwt gtep ni)do
reassuro hor. and nass the cheese nut. will vmif"
"Maiden." snld he, not ontoring, "If Tho mouso hod no soo.ler nibbled at
yoiwllH havo doubts If you think th0 bait than thoro wns a crash and
yoifairo hern 111 advised In giving me ho found himself tranned.
admission thoro Is yet tlmo to olos "Ah. that's tho way It vorks. Is It?"
the door against me; but for your own
sake I entreat ou not. Ilofnro th-
moon Is up, tho robbers will bo here
With my life I will protect you, If you
will but trust me. Who indcod eould
Injure one like you?"
She was Indeed (ns sho stood Irroso-
Into nnd perplexed from tho peculiarity
of hor situation, yet nor wanting In
courage when It wns to bo called forth)
an objort woll worthy of gaze and ad
miration. Her features thrown Into
broad light and shade by tho candle,
which at times was halt oxtlngulsho
by tho wind her symmetry ot torn,
nnd tho grarofulnoss and singularity
of her attlro woro matters of aston
ishment to Philip. Hor head was
without covering, nnd hor long hair
queried tho rnt. "I couldn't Just mako
It out. Urn! I see. Spring there some
whore. Oood Idea."
"Hut I'm caught." exclaimed tho
mouso In great agitation.
"So I obsorve."
"And what's to bo dono?"
"Well, I Icavo thnt for you to do
rldo. I let you In on tho ground floor
and my responsibility ceased there.
IMno day, llopo wo shall have n good
Moral. Experlcnco acquired at tho
expenso of others Is soothing as well
as valuable Boston Journal,
Hi "Muprsra Moratnt."
Novelists aro all wrong whon they
mention "tho tlmo ho proposed" or
"tho moment their eyes met" as tho
supremo moment ot somo sentimental
fell In plftlts behind her shouldors; her couple. A charming woman who has
stature was rather under tho middle
site, but her form perfect; her dress
wns simple but becoming, and very
different from that usually worn by
tho young womon of tho dlntrlct. Not
only her font lire but hor dross would
nt once have Indlentod to a travelor
that she wns at Arab blood, as was
Sho looked In Philip's face as he
spoke earnestly, as If she would have
penetrated Into his
thoughts; but there wns a frankness
and honesty In his bearing, and a sin
cerity In his manly countenaiiee. which
reassured her. After a moment s hesi
tation sho replied:
"Come In, sir; I fool that I can trust
Philip entered. Tho door wns then
cloned and mndo secure.
"Wo have no time to lose, maiden,"
said Philip; "but tell me your name,
that I may address you as I ought."
"My namo Is Amine," replied she,
retreating a little.
"I thank you for thnt little confi
dence, hut I must not dally. What
arms have you In the house, and have
"Doth. 1 wish thnt my father wouti
(To bo contlnuod.)
been In lovo with her husband for flvo
years told mo how she nlways remem
bered "Tom," who, by tho way, Is an
artist and a romantic flgtiro at most
tlmos, says tho Home Journal.
"I always think of him," sho said,
"as he looked onco whon he enmo Into
the studio after having had a long nnd
Ihcnted argument with an obstreperous
cook. He enmo In rubbing his hands,
.and his faco was positively transflg-
most Inmost ' ""f !. Tm successful.
' aim uibuuiu bvu us,
Any Vy In Hit In,
"Ho conies not!" she faltered, wring.
Ing her hands,
Tho hour of tho tryst was long past.
"Ho will novcr coma!" cried tho dis
tracted girl, "Uut happily I know a
neat song and dauoo which will por
hnps onnblo mo to earn my living.
Let her go. professor!"
The audience thundered applause,
appreciating at once tho exquisite art
with which the specialty had boon In
terpolated lu tho melodrama. Detroit
Happy Murk Titiln,
Kew Items of now from the other
side of the Atlantic are more likely
to please Amorleon roaders than the
tidings that Mr. demons (Mark Twain)
l no longer In financial straits. It Is
well known that some years ago tho
failure of a publishing house In whleh
he was a partnor left him saddled with
heavy obligations. He undertook to
pay hi debti nnd regain a competence
by work more speedily turrattva than
the production of book. He signed a
contract to lecture, and, notwithstand
ing occasional attacks of lllheatth, ho,
haa fulfilled his agreement, in the,
course of which ho has made a tour
around a large part of the globe. Wo
are how told that his lectures havo
come to an end, tor tho reason that
the proati already acquired will en
able him to reetriot himself hem e-,
forth to writing. This means that wo
may booh look for a new book from
the pen of the author of "Innecentr
Abroad. "Collier's Weakly.
A Nrillri (jntitlnn.
Housekeeper "How about tho peo
ple In tho flat above havo thoy any
Agent "Mercy, no! Tho general sec
retary ot the Mother's Mutual Uxperl
once Association live there." Chicago
cutting lilt own iu"t.
A l'or Hlmnlntf.
"No." declared Horaoe Hardrocka, "I
cannot consent to let you marry my
danghter. A man who eonfeaera bank
ruptcy a you did shall never become
a member of my family If I can help
It." "Hut." Albert Alllngham protest
ed, "many another man ha gone Into
bankruptcy and still com out all right,
tomt of our ablest financier have had
that experience." "Very true, but Oat
will never happen In your rase. You
have no financial ability whatever.
Your aeU ware only Iti.oM I than
If the hietory ov humanity had awl
the blud washt outer It, the line wud
te too Mm un pale to follsr,
A Itelllron tooth.
The boy Is still father to tho tnaru
A certain prominent political hustler,
who, llko tho Ilrltlsh tar In 'Tina
fore," la over ready with hli flats,
showed his pugilistic tasto at nn early
The first day lie went to school the
family was, ot course, anxious to know
his Impression of the new occupation.
"Woll, Bnmmy," oald his father,
"what did you learn your first day at
Straightening up and assuming a
bollltoso attitude, Ram replied, "Fath
er, I learned I can llok ovory boy In
A few days later his love of pugilism
nnd frequent buttles led lo his expul
sion. He onmo homo tuat day and
surprised his good mother with tho
remark. "Well, mother, thank tho
Iinl I hnvo been turned out." Clove
"Wo hardly ever seo any congress
gaiters now," said tbo elderly boarder.
"That's a faet," said the Cheerful
Idiot, "though I can remember when
thoy might havo been soen on every
hand," Indianapolis Journal,
A Trlag Momsnt,
Slendor Individual (who Is not at
all comtortablo) These 'busse ought
to charge by weight.
, The Fat "Un (sharply) Ah! If they
did, thoy would never stop to pick you
upl Ally Sloper.
81ugem (from the West) Say, young
feller, It yer don't kcop your end of
dnt contract, ycr'Il hear something
'And Thin II VilnUtf.
At a dinner party not long ngo a
certain young gentleman, an enthusi
astic golfer, started off with tho white
bait to enumerate to hi partner tho
details ot a match that ho had bocn
nlavlnir that day. It was not until
tho firasert wns brought on that ho
suddenly bethought himself thnt ho
had been doing nil tho talking; Indeed,
tho young lady had not said n single
word during tho progress of tho meal.
It wns nosslbla that sho was not In
terested In tho subject Incredible, but
"I am afraid I have been boring you
with this talk ot tho shop," ho said,
In hnlf apology.
"Oh, no; not at all," was tho pretty
maiden's pollto response. "Only, whnt
Is golf?" Tlt-IJIts.
Two 1'olnls of Vliw.
"My children," said tho poor man,
sadly, "aro crying for broad."
"Whleh shows," replied tho rloh
man, eoldly, "bow much you have to
be thankful for. Now, mine aro crying
(or bon boni." urooklyn Lite.
They ahould not allow oao Indl
gent Immigrant from Burops to land
ta this country." "Not one, papa
talus ho has a litis.- Ufa.
Hi Hid ltMon ta Itan.
The man came out ot an office burld-
lng on tho run and started down ths
"Herel Hero!" cried the policeman
on tho corner. "What your hurry?"
'There's a man back there trying to
sell me a book on twcnty-olght wcokly
Instalments ot $2.33 each!" cried tho
Tho policeman Instantly released his
"mini" ho cried. "Itun llko a white-
bond! Maybo you can get away from
him yetl" Chicago Post.
The newest bracelet Is exceedingly
Oriental In design. It Is n heavy gold
ring, which slips on and off over tno
hand nnd Is studded with ihrco gems,
a Jade stono, amethyst and coral. An
other novelty In the bracelet line is
also a heavy gold hoop, from which Is
suspended no less than half a doxen
bangles In animal dsslgns. Pigs, goats,
dogs and nurses appear to no mo ia
vorltes, Theso animal bangles are also
much mod as watch charms. Kan
sas City Star.
Worth It All,
"Ym! we tinv that etrl tS a week.
but she's worth every cent ot It," old
the experienced housekeeper.
"91 dollar." said tho llOVlee. "Why
you can get as good as you want tor
nh i don't iinnw." returned tho ex
perienced housekeeper, "I think this
He eaveo me marc in vao.
at,.. i,an ii I rt In a with tho iilumber all
winter, and now she's Just beginning
to smile on tho leaman.- llooton
"This court martial hasn't anything
to do with canned beef, has It?" asked
the gnanlsh admiral.
"No." answered tho eftloer; "wo
moroly want lo seo about tho manner
In whloh our battleships were put In
brlno." Washington Star.
rnd Many nnu.
Tho Orubbs Industrial sohool bill
coma up In tho senate Thursday, and
Davidson moved to recommit It to tbo
commlttcco on oducatlou. Lost yeas
10, nny 12,
Milter moved the previous question,
upon which motion Orlnnnn secured a
call ot tho senate and Miller's motion
to cxcuio nbsontecs waa tost.
(lalvcstnn charter bill passed.
At tho afternoon session Ynntls In
troduced a bllt to change the penalties
In tho present anti-trust law to con
form the samo to tho penalties In the
Lowlr called up hi bllt, with house
amendments, providing for the Invest
ment of permanent sohool fund In
bonds ot cities.
Lewis secured tho adoption of an
amendment to the house amendment
providing this act shall In no wise af
fect or repeal tho former bill passed
by this legislature o nthls subject.
Tho scnato concurred In houso
Tho chnlr appointed Dlhrell, Pattor
son, James, Turney nnd Atloo as frs
conference coramlttece on the appro
On motion ot (loss tho frceo confer
enco commlttco report was adopted on
bllt allowing certificates of deposits to
bo accepted a cash by county com
missioners In counting tho money la
On motion ot Orlnnnn the scnato re
filled to concur In houso amendment,
nnd asked for a frceo conference com
mlttco on this bill making nil mort
gages, deeds of trust, contracts and
other Hens on land subject to taxa
tion Qrtnnan, Davidson, Patterson, Ter
rell nnd Yctt wero appointed an such
Senato adjourned with Orubb's bill
11111 to nuthorlze the several counties
to Invest the perrannont school fund
belonging to auoh counties In their
own bonds and to use the proceeds
thereof for general county purposes,
nnd to make the county llablo for such
Investment passed house.
On motion of Mr. CJreenwood tho
senato bill to validate acknowledg
ments to all Instruments constituting
links In tho chain ot title or affecting
jtho tltlo to any lands In tho state,
fnd to quiet title of tho samo, was
aken up nnd out of Its regular order.
An amendment by Mr. Dies to strike
out the enacting clause prevailed
yeas TO, nays 22 and thus the bill was
Tho house took up and passed tho
bill for tho promotion ot medical scl
enco by tho distribution nnd uso ot
unclaimed bodies for scientific pur
poses and to provont unauthorized
uses nnd trafflo In human bodies and
to legaltzo dissections by authorized
Houso non-concurred In scnato
amendments to general appropriation
' Tho speaker appointed Messrs. Hen
derson of Lamar, Stowart, Shropshire,
Collins nnd Willacy on the free con
ference commlttcco on tho general ap
Dallas, Tex., May 19. Tho twontloth
annual convention ot tho Texas Prow
association was called to order In tin
ctty hall auditorium at 10 o'clock yes
terday, morning by President Hankln.
Mnyor Traylor delivered the address
ot welcome, to which President Han
Ilcv. aeorgo C. Hankln, editor ot tho
Texan Christian Advocate, Invoked tho
The membership fee waa reduced (o
President Hankln' annual address,
full of Information and otherwise In
teresting, was then road.
lldltor M. J. Cox of the Forney Mes
senger read tho annual poem, which
waa loudly applauded.
Mr. II. W. Harris ot tho Orcenvlllo
Herald read an Interlng essay.
The oration by Hev. George C Han
kln was n masterpiece ot rhetoric, nnd
was liberally applauded, particularly
that portion referring to the libel law.
A telegram of sympathy was sent
First Vice President W. H. Mayea of
the Hrownwood Hullet a over the
death of his wife.
Invitations to visit various Institu
tions were read and accepted, and the
Consolidated Street Hallway company
tendored the association 1000 tlekets
over Ita lines.
At night a grand reception and mil-
sleale was held at thn Oriental hotel,
Tha I'rood VaUitr.
"My bay lays his ambition Is to grow
up to be a man Just like his father."
"I wouldn't let thnt warry me.
When I was your boy's age I hod n
burning desire to bo a pirate." In
How It IUrio.
"I hear that Dr. Trytslk has had a
row with his wife."
"Yes. Deacon Hrnwn's wife put a
button In the collection that matobsd
those on Dr. Drytalk's coat." at
Columbus, Tex., May 19. Disk
Heeae of Orange and Dlok (lant, col
ofvd, of Alleyton, were killed here by
ofllccrs white resisting arrest.
Who, Tex., May 19. Tho pharma
cist elected the following officers:
President, J. L. Hazlett, Hearne; first
viae president, J. J. Hahott, Oalveiton;
seoond vleo president, J. J. Thaniw,
Taytor; third vlee president, a. M.
Foreman, Dowlo; secretary-treasurer,
It. II. Walker, (lonzales; trustee, P. II,
Dean, Waeo. Next convention moots
The rase of Hev. 8. A. Hayden vs.
I. B. Cranflll Is on trial at Dallas,