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Never had J line looked to audi a. Iran Ihki' aa aliv did Ihnl evenlnit at dinner. 'I'liere waa a lovely rulor In her fheeka, a new Until In her eyea; her v. dee had J.iyona llliu". ahe ae. ni.Ml to he an Inenrtia Hi. ii of pl.-nauri) and hnptitneaa. W.inlcl in. I j-.itt y.iiitiK ixniile like to go Inln Ihe irnrdeiiV" aril. I Mra. Kll.-amire Hi., tnniiieiil ilimier linn over, and Ihey olreyed her aiisueaili.n wlilt alaerity Let ti eel Inln the Ixial," w hlapereil lnllna; and June nave a radiant naaeiit, TwilU-ht waa i-reeiilng on. all tialiire waa liuahed: they tnliijit have la-en the only two IIvIiik ereaturea on earth. And, for Ihe time belli-, they would have been eon lent lo have the world to Iheniaelvea. To tiliiht June knew Ihe dlffereni'o thai Ihe a.H'iety of another lullnnn U'lnf eau make lo all life, to all lialnre knew how II t-atl fill every im.uieiit with a atratme. heaven ly rapture, marred only by retnenilM-rlue linw fleetlii; I the Joy. Neither ai-emed dl.aaei ft. talk tiiiii'h h.ilh were iHHuu-waed by a aenar of liappl n. aa, 'I he in. nm eauie nut and III up ihe rioweni on the bank. Itirnlus theiii In many colored Jewela, Mi. iv I wialt Ihla eotibl mat fnrevrr! tiiuriiiiired hnllaa, at laat, ba-ndlns a III tie Inward June, Klin ainitt'd and ala-lu-d. The ainlle wna f..r ciuteiil, Ihe alith for n-grel. Suddenly an tiueaay wriiide came over Pnllaa. Waa he nut a. Una a trallor'a part to Tom-Tom, who would never have H'eu dlaloyal lo any huuiati lielng? OiikIiI he tint, liiatea.t of nia klni! .e lo tlda fair llirt on lila ow n ai-iatiitit, to U- pleadina hi roualii'a i-nna. ? It una eilreniely repinj. limit o him. bill the better aide of hla na- turv waa awake lo nlithl. And any Ihuiifhl of man j lint June binnu-lf waa mil of the ipiatitii. Home day he would lw baronet, with a fnlr Ininnie; not, how ever, In all probability, In-fury. lie waa K.-iilnif iiray and well on lit yeara; he had aevernl brothera and aialera, he had debta. M-tiiilteaa w ire for him. therefore, waa luiury tint ei iu in lw cmieiiiplaled In the reuii.teat iiianuer. Tnni - lili ky ehap! - had no faetor lo mnault aave Ida own will and Ihe holy'. "Yon were lut aerhma Ihe other day." Pnllna aakeil June, "when rnu anid thai )il did not mean lo marry Tom?" l'or a tin. tui-til all Juite'a aenae of hap piueaa vauiahi-d; a eold paua- awepl over her. She had f..rii..ll. n that Totn i'lt.il. "lo iii.I ht ua talk of him!" ahe anl.l, with a little gi-ature thai eniiveyed dla liual more rlpreaalvely Ihau he waa aw are of. "Not iuii.ii fhuiii-e," th'.iitbt I'nllna, "for a man lo wlimn a woman fivla like that." He waa nlun.at naliaiued nf him a. if for the antlafni'tlnli whlrh her ai-tloli liare him. "Mow yit anuhla'd me that Ural nlithl at dinner!" he anl.l, w ith a half am II.', after a patiae. "I never fell an email. Ynit turned your baek on uie all dinner time, and, iImiiikIi I waa walehiua tuy opiHirlunlty like a nil lo aiieak lo you, you never save It me until, by a lucky el.leni, you dropiretl your fan under Ihe table. " June amiled M'iiavely, How well ho reiuetiila'r thill I'Vi iiliif ! how ahe like lo think thai he tiotleed her behavior! "Why were you no unkind V" "1 wanted iii.I to like you," ahe an- awera, almply. "I made up my mind that 1 would tint. "Hut you havt liiniiK.d il iuhv, have you nut'" looking Into the deptha of her ) ea. "Yea," ahe anj a. Why ah. inlil ahe He to lillii? Ah! ahe lina iinieeii tiiaiiKeil, ir i here ever wna a time when ahe did not like him. Hut waa there ever atirh a timer "I, he wtya, tenderly, "have never rluinred from Ihe Ural moment that I aaw you. I rnu't tell ynu how tniieh hurt I wna Hint you would not lie Men, la with me. The only time I ever tin. unlit you felt a little bit kind to mo wna Hint even ing of the ihiu.'i'. Do you reiiiemlierir lluea June romeiulier? Ay, moat truly doea ahe. Hh U'IkIm her hend In anawer, "I wna dying lo nak you again, hut I dnred not. I thought It waa lien! not." " 'Heat for you and beat for me,' " (liiotea June, mulling. "Only for nie," he nuawera. "I wna not aui'h a eoneelted naa aa to think II enttld uiiikv any dilTereuee to you. And then I Imagined tlint you la'tiuiged lo 'l oin." June mnkea nil Impntleiit inoveuient through the wnter with her flngera. Nhe ennnot benr nny nlliialon to Tom In-iilght, "How divinely you diMiec!" any a lnl Ina. Then, with a a.idden luaplratlon, "Why ahonld we nut Jlinvn a wait to night? My aunt plnya dnnee niuale chiiriiilngly." "Oh, yea!" echoee June, her eyea kind ling with plenaiire; "let ua link her!" Ilnllua lakea up thu aeiilla, nu.l In two minute they me nt tho binding plaee. ate Jump nut, aveurea thu bout, and glrea her Ida blind. Klowiy and allently, for very Joy'i nke, they move together up to the houao. Mra, Klleamnre la running heraelf from her alumU'ra. "Auntie," auya Dnllna, laying a rnreaa Ing arm rofiud her ahoiilder, "wo want you lo do aomethliig for ua." "W hut la it, denr boy I ahe aaka, Willi a fund giiint't) in nia goou-iooHing young fnee, rouaent olrendy Implied by her tone. "Won't you come Into the hull and piny tin olio of your dellclniai wnltioa? We nro dying to hnve a turn." 1 'Of rourat) 1 will, alio nnawera, atnll- iux, and fi'iilng cxlrvtuely gratified at the j eourae rveuta art) taking. A glance at Jiiue'a fain aaaurea her that her Irrealat Ible nephew I. a a made one more euiiiet one lo w hich he la moat heartily welcome, Ho, Willi Ihe kludeat grace lu Ihe world aim goea lo Ihe piano and plnya iinwear ledly while lllcae two reektea young h'" pie, heart la'alln to heart, their aoula drunk with tho Intoxication of their love mid tho rhythm of their movetiiente, are weaving, with goaanmcr threnda of rap turf, the web of future palu. "I.et ua go for a alr.il under the treoe, aald Iiallaa. June mac, and together they diaapiR'ared from the lym eyea of eoino one who waa walehing Ihetti from Iho drawing room window. They aaiinlered In Ihe grove where Tom hived to lake June aa Mug retired from prying eye; but, ah! how different we it to day! The aerliialun which had Irked her ao with Totn, front which ahe had lunged In eacai, accrued an oiichanliiietit wlioao ouly Haw wa that It nitiat have an end. They were reaching for Ihe tenth lime thr evergreen arch which divided them from the flower garden. I'allaa topied. and Juno bi.mh) atll! healde him. "How ahnll I ee you to morrow T" ho aaya, hla cy.-a full of tendernraa and touch of regret In hla voice. "lout will Ik hero, and then my elmrt day will bo over. June mceta hi gate fur one moment then her rye droop, and a flickering color ionic lulu her check, My darling!" he murmur, and hla arm lake gentle poMcaalmi of her alight form, hi hatidaomti faco bend down to hera, hi IllHi touch her, not wilh the eager hatr with which they have often time aoiight red llpa before, but with a len.lerneaa and reverence uew to him. but moal onrredlng aweel. And Juno! Her heart give one mighty Ihrobi Involuntarily her etc tioae; for one moment a trance aeetiia In ateal her onl. fhe make a movement lo dlarngago heraelf from hla arma; ho yiclda In II at oni-c; and then, la-fore they have lime to recover llicniaelve, each heara a eoutid of hurrying feet and then Tom' voi.-e aho.illiig: "lial! where are yon?" I ho awakening la horrible. Tom hero already? Itoth feel like culprit I'allaa pcrhapa even more than June. Italia (limit lu auawrr, mid l"in a big form loom lralghlway lit iho otenliig. He doe not wear that cheery, genial tuillo which 1 Iho ordinary garb of hla faco; ho at evidently 111 plcaaod; hla light blue eyea ripreaa auythliig bill aallafae Hon. He ahakea l.th by tho hand, ami they try to Im.k delighted, and feel awl- ly awkward and a little bit afraid nf thl liaitnlly good humored giaul. He I like big Newfoundland -the children' alavo nnd plaything -whn ahow leniH'r for tho Ural time. I managed to cat.ii Iho earlier Irniii," ho aaja, lauding tapping hla laait with hla all. k. "I tliouglil Ihcri' wa a chailcr, and told the d earl lo meet me." Then lin y ply him with ipieatloti almut hi journey mid Ihe Hhow, and he an awer them, but he la not tho Tom they are tiaed In. Hoiuethlng la wrong with him. When they all go Inlo tho houao together and June tin. la Ague drinking ten with Mr. Kileatuerv ahe haa a terribly ahrer.il auapliiou who it la that hn been making mlaihief and putting Idcna Inln Tom'a head. CI I ATT Kit VIII. "Inl!" "Well, old rhnp?" Iinllna tried lu make hi tone light nnd iiutiaHclliig, but wna ennacioua that tho effort waa nouiowhnt of a failure. "I heard aomelhlug when I came back today that that wna uut Very plena nt lien ring." "Oh," thought Hnllaa, with ainhlen in aplrnlion, "thnt conronn.le.1 aniu-lllnonl-uu rotialu, I lay a thoiianiidl" "I am told," and Tom'a video lietrnyed evident uerrouaiieaa, "thai Mlaa Itlvera haa bwn up hero over almt 1 left," "Hhe IuiicIiihI hero lo day," "Oh!" remarked Tom, aliorlly, "Nm.U hero, Ilnl" with Imiueuao oiiiphnala "Iher lntit t a little plulu apcaklng bo tweon ua. 1 think ynu know that I nm not a Jenloti chnp. I have never fell tho tenat grudge agnlunt you on my mother' aernunt, I have never envied you your ancceaa with women-I never wanted lo Bimi'il hut with nno; but," dnahlng hla hand down on the Initio tilt every ghiaa rang, "If ynu come Im-Iwimmi tm and Jtino Itlvera, I will never take your hand ami In aa long aa 1 have breath lu my body." Oallna, wlioao thought go with fifty time tho rapidity of hi eotialn', ha time during Ihla oral Ion to reflect and decide. "My dear old chnp," he anld, looking aero Into Tom'a disturbed and angry face and feeling horribly nahnuiod of hi own duplicity, "what are you driving at?" Tom pnuaed. "I don't like to think," lie anid, with a triilght, alern look nt hi coiialn, "Hint you have not tho mine Inatlnct of honor nnd gentlemanlike fooling that altnoat ev ery man haa. I never doubted ynu be fore; but when I honr nf you altting tin mi In hnnd with the girl whom you know I love " "Who anid It?" "No ninttvr," anaworod Tom, to whom the thought auddenly occurred that he miiat not allow Ague to tuffer for her fidelity to hi Intoroata. Itullaa felt the time hnd come to tuko the bull by the horn. "I thought, he remnrkod, "that the Inat time we tnlkod about Mine Ittver you oxpreaaed a wiab that I ahonld cndeiivor to coniuer her evident dlallke to me; and now you want to go down my throat m having tried to make friend with her, I think I enn guea who your liiformnnt In, anil, perhnpa, In I he Innocence of your heart, ynu do not wo through her Inat Uiovu In Die game. It I plnin enough that Mia Ague 1 In love Willi you, and would do anything In the world to net you agalnat her conaln." Join win exceedingly troubled. Wore not both I)nl' remark perfectly true? Waa ho, then, only a blundering fool, ready lo be tlin prey of any Olio who choao to play on hla feeling? lie felt rather nahnmed of hllna.'lf. 'T'erhnpa I am wrong," he aald, awk wardly. "If ao, I beg ymir pitrdult. Hut," after a tuoiueiit' pmiae, "1 know -of coll ran I cuuliot help awing -how much more there I in ynu llinutn me lo attract a woman." "I'ahaw!" cried Dallae, angrily, throat ing hi chair hm-k and rlalng, "don't talk uch rnl! Take niy word fur It, Tom, there la nothing lilinlera a man, eapectally with women, like having a poor opinion of hlina. lf. 'j'he world nlway lake you at your own valuation when it' a low one." Totn roae, loo, and Went toward hi coiialn, "If I waa ttiijuat," ho ald, In hi own frank, manly way, thereby miming a pang of reinurao to about through Iiallaa' bri-nal, "I U-g your pardon, Hut I ahonld llko you to give me your hand on It thai you will not try U come between nio and my little girl." Ho Italia gavo hi hand and aworo to hlmaoir lu bo faithful to the bond of which thla waa the aeal. Then he went out Into tho garden alone, and, atepplng Inln the boat, pualied off from tho ahore, and lay no hla back, looking up Into the moonlit heaven and thinking with a bitter pang of Ihla time Inat night. It wna (ho Ural time In hi life that he had loved with true, genuine affection, and tt wa alo Iho firat lime that be had felt abaoliitely without hot. There wa only one thing for II- to get out of Ihe way or trinplntlou a Bonn possible. He had given hie word lo Tom. and. ao help hi in, (tod, ho meant lo keep II. llio next morning June wa Badly pro occupied during her atiidlo: he could think of nothing but Hallna and w hat pro. text he could make lo ace her to .lav When alio returned homo at midday, Mr. itivora aald: "Tom haa boon hero." June turned to Iho window lo conceal her fniv. Her heart beat wildly. Hhe wailed aliiuwl In terror for tho next word. Had bo route to complain an.! proteai lu her mother? Hut Mm. Itivora lone wa perfectly calm and unut-t lug. 'Ho had Juat been to wo hi cousin off by llio train. A aiiddcn dlixiiioa canned Juno'a brain lo reel, a deathly, falnlneaa to crcei through her heart: alio had lo hold the rhatr tightly egaluat which alio waa lean lug. Iinllaa gone, and without a word, a tine lo her! there bad been a quarrel doubt lea between Iho two men, which had end oil In Oallaa having Ihe Hall. Hut aure ly he might have cniuiiiuiilcBtcd with be by aonio nieana. And Tom had l.dd he mother nothing; tutu waa evident. When June could command hor face nud voire, alio turned away from the window. Waa It not rnl her ainhlen, Mr. Hrok leaving?" alio aaked. 'I think it wna. Tom anid ho had a let ler tbia morning calling bint hack to I .on doll." And hnw waa Tom?" June naked, try Ing to apeak Indifferently, Ho scorned In capital spirit. (To bo continued.) BACHELORS THROUGH SPITE. Men Who Will Not Marry llrc of I'etly I'erannal Objection. tt wa-tiH altiHt I iiipi- lublc Hint any inn il ahotiul rciiiuln uiiiiiiin ioil nil lila life almply to gratify nomc njr lT aotial foclltix of wplto; J'ot citrtotialy enough ainii cnacw tiro not at all un roiiutMin. Sitii yetint ago two yoiuw imm who wcrt) HU'iirn friniiWt iiroinlianl racli oth' or lie-vcrto nmrry, and by way of mnk lug tho thing more blndliajt vowiil that tint Itrxt to liria:ik thla I'Oillplu-t ahonld give tin; other ImlX bin Itn'oini! aa long na lie roiiMt!md lu tlio nltito of alttglu hlcHmsliico. 1'iifortuiHtti'ly tlio frietwl nblp rcfuw'd lt vtillwlntwl tlto Uvi of a kit'ti liuxliitMi rivalry livto which tlioy werv thrown by clrctiiiiHtniittav latr tan. Anal when one niiirrletl, llio other ntnli- latnily riMimln.il a wnrcd oUI littch olor for tho pbiimirc of tUun la-lug aide to kcop hi mio tlnio frlt'iwl to bin rwk lioui compact. The inarrliyl mini's In. conic now ltolitg proMy cobawttl, the RrtmtHww of the all mil ion nuty Itc tiling' IntxI. AtKithor rnao In that of a widldsiiowrt. tliough aoiiHnvhnt wonk iiilmlol, cot' ton multiline tiircf Indoitirliag lo Idvor- pool. Yrttiw ago hla iniiMler lninit.il him tluil ho would m-ver wnx'cul In ltf iiiilcsH lie inn niul a wemmn with atif UtiiMit tarn I iv to supply III" o n hick ol nitTttttl lMcklNitu, to iiao nit Irlamwn. Tliotliritxt rniiBihd; nnd rtio youiag aiv iwuntco both rviiiiilncd a ImchcJor ntwl lai-iiiiie ancctxHNftil nuTidy out of a apllofnl, inoKMtriinintlc Ikh' of on tiny bulntf tilile to (ling tlume words laiu k In lila iiiiiMlii'B tn.lh. - Death from Coma. All thnt troubled Mnry Murray, of lirooklyii, after 72 years of life, waa that her coma hurt her ao much that she couldn't get il roll ml n brink and lively aa a girl of her ago ought to. Hhe determined to take lierblc measnireii, ami, lxirrowiiig a rnxnr, ahe nllce1 off the numiy Ciiff pt-olulieraiicea. On of her toi'S bled allghtly, nnd ahe applied, animoiila to It. Throe tlnyw Inter nhe (IIihI. Wood iKiltHinlivg the din-tors snltL Tho Colonel Disapprove'.!, 'Vou't you Join ua?" aald tho young nm n. "What are you going to do?' Inquir ed Col. Htlllwell. "To iniiko up a akntlng party," "No, null," waa the emphatic reply. "I will not Join nny nkatlng pnrty. If (here U anything upon which I pride myself, It In my ability, null, to Indulge without excOHB, gull." The fellow who la nhvnys atrninlng to bo grout, wears hlinsii' munllur and ninllcr. NEWS OF OREGON ITFMS OF INTEREST FROM ALL PARTS OP THE STATE. Booth-Kelly l.nmbcr Company la Driving Logs ttegardlea of Danger Prom High Water-New Kural Delivery Uuule State School for Truant and Unman ageable Children. A fl r In Hnlciii'a Cblnalown caiiKt-d 1500 ilamage to gome old wooden building. The region about Suniinervlllti will have a new rural free delivery route, lo begin February 1, VMS. Ontario will iniike another fight to obtain tlin county neat of Malheur County at the coining aenalon of tho leglnlnture. Tho badly dcioinpoHrd body of a nutn wna found on tho South Uinpipm river. Ho hnd nppeurontly been drowned. The body waa well drcasi-.l. Hurgiarn broke Into a flab-m gun More nnd ntolo about fu) worth of levolvor. The name night a ntreet car wna hold lip, but the hlgKwnynicn weakened when they saw a number of paaaetigir4 In the car and iillowc It to go without nioli-atatlon., A Hritlnh ahlp direct from Slinnclial. I In qiinrantltio at Aatorlu. baving n man of smnllpox on board. 8lie had a load of mud from the BhatiKhni Hver as lmllnitt, and thin tniiKt be treated with a solution of atida. for fear that It may contain iholera germs. An effort will be made to found a school for truant and incorrigible in connection with the Ikiya and Girl Aid Society of Portland. The plan (a to provide (hut In any town of t,0H) Inhabitant or over, truant mid In corrigible may be committed lo tho care of the aid society. A company of Knatern capltaHnts. repreaented In Southern Oregon by Captain T. J. I'lerce, ha purchased Ihe Owl Onhii group of quartz claims, nn Savnge Creek. In tho Cold Hill dis trict. The consideration In $10,000. The Owl Ouli-h rial in were located but a few months ago, but In thW brief lime havo proved to be quarti properties of great promise. The Booth-Kelly Lumber Company Is taking chunce this winter In the matter of driving logs which nobody heretofore haa been willing lo take. It haa a drive In the Mohawk, which will be turned Into the Mi Ketulo and driven to the Cnbitrg mill, and an noon n thla Is completed It will start a big drive at Kail Creek, to be brought down tho Wllllamette to the Spring field mill. The running of logs In theae ntreama In the winter neanon Is attended with much danger, which log gera have chosen heretofore to avoid. Should heavy raina fail nnd suddenly ralae the water to flood stage it would be ttliuoBt Inipoanlble to boom the logs at their destination. Governor Oeer haa granted a full pardon to George Morey, who was eerving a life rentence for killing Una Berry in Portland in ISU3. A night pumpman at the White Swsn mine, at lUker City, in dead from falling into sn old abaft contain ing boiling hot water from tho exhaust of the engine. ' The agent of the Oregon raft com pany reports good progress in obtaining the right of way tor tho proponed log ging railway op Milton creek, and ur veyore will be placed in tlio Held at once to take levels. The n Methodist church ut Brownsville waa dedicated last Sunday morning. After the ceremony was completed the sum of H.'-'OO was pledged by the people to pay oft the re maining indebtedness. Frank Wallace, s Grant county sheep man, waa recently arrested on a charge of stealing 2H valuable bucks, but was subsequently acquitted. He now brings suit for 110,000 damages against his sccusern, one of whom is oiinty stock inspector. PORTLAND MARKETS. Wheat Wslla Walla. 70c j bine- stem 78c; valley, 75c. Barley Feed, 123.60 per ton; brew ing, 124.00. Floor Beat grade, 8.00 40; grah- am, 3.20st3.G0. Mlllstuffa Bran, 119.00 per ton: middlings, $23.50; shorts, $19.60: chop, $18. Oats No. 1 white, $1.1601. 17X : gray, $1.12(31.15 per cental. Hay Timothy, $11(812: clover. $8(30.00; cheat, $S9 per ton. Potatoes Best Burbanks, 00(S70o per sack; ordinary, 60(30c per cental. growers' prices; Merced sweets. $1,760 2 per cental. Poultry Chickens, mixed, Do; young, Htgiue; bans, uc; turkeys, live, 17 18c; dressed, 20Q21: ducks, $7 7.50 per dozeu; geese, $8 (.18.60. Cheese Full cream, twins, 16 17sc; Young America, 17,W(ai8Ki factory prices, 1(3140 less. Butter fsncy creamery, SHQSOc per pound; extras, 80c; dairy, 20 922M; store, 15018. . F.ggs 25($36o per dosen. Hops New crop, 232t)o per pound. Wool Valley. 1 2 (all 5c: Eastern Oregon, 8(914ic; mohair, 26c28c. Beef Gross, cows, 3 3 Wo per pound; steers, 4c; dressed, 67o. Veal 7X98HC Mutton Qroes. So per pound; dressed, 6e. Lambs Gross. 3Xo per pound; dressed, 6Xo. Hogs Gross, 6)4(9(1 He per ponnd; dreaawl. 747W. Salem tg making preparations to enlarge hor city limits.