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^ i (Copyright. UK.) ||; * l PART I. ! The train which brought young Ramsey to Red Rock arrived about 8 o'clock of a dark day. The next morning he confided to the landlord his plan of finding a foreman's position on a stock farm. H "WeH 1 dunno; there sre such places. buttbey*re always snapped upfore yon > ;'.,caif say Jack Robinson." ? f Well. i*m going to give It a good ri " U*? >*QUn* fellow said..bravely, jc^ Trhat's right. If 1 were you I'd go out and see some of those reel fcstat* . fellers; they most always know what's y going oa." &-' "That's a good Idea, much obliged, i F lH tackle 'em at once." jr The. next forenoon he made his first attempt. He had determined on hi? g speech. and he went Into the first office ? . wltft fiW song on his Hps,' ?7 *Tra looking, for a place on a dairy farm; I've got five years practical ex| v perloncc. and am a graduate of Agrlcultuml college. I'm after the portion of bookkeeper and foreman." The man looked at him gravely. -You're aiming pretty high, ybung filler. for this country. There are plenty t v of chances to work, punching cattle, hut 1 I don't think chances are food for a : foreman's place." He was a kindly man. and repented when he sa*' how young Ramsey's face fell. 'Howeyer. I'll give. you some names of people to hire." Following these clews Ramsey made long walks into the country, tolling from ranch to ranch over the dun-colored. lonely hills. He was returning latq one afternoon from one of these fruitless* journeys. It was one of those strahg* ;days that come in all reasons a| that altitudt. The air was full of suspended misj?lt did not rain, the road.yas almost dry trader foot?and yet this all pervasive moistor seemed soaking everything. It was a cloud, for this whole land was a mountain top. fie ut down upon a little hummock to rtat. for his feet ached with the long ? o s'*'r rof?'?. The crfed to him out of the mist. with their piercing. street notes. cheerful and undaunted ever. Th^re was a sudden lighting j up of the day. as if the lark's song had ! flbot the mist with silver light. As he rose and started on with painful slowness, ne heard the sound of horses' hoofs behind him. and a man in A yellow cart carce out of the gray obscurity. Arthur stepped aside to let him pass. ' i HE HEARD THE MAJOR CALLING AS HE WENT I DOWN THE STAIRS.. but he could not help limping a little more markedly a* the man looked at him. The man seemed to understand. -Will you ride?" he asked. Arthur glanced at him and nodded without speaking. The stranger was a flne-K>oklng man. with a military cut of beard setting stray. His face wan ruddy and smiling. "Thank you. I am rather tired," Arthur sdld. as he settled inUi the neat. "I guess I'll have to own up. I'm about played out." "I thought you looked foot-sore. I'm enough of a western man to feel mean when 1 pass a maji^on the road. A footman can e-t very tired on these trptcbe* of ours." v "I've tramped about forty milts today. I ruw I'm trying to find ?ome work to do." he added In de*i>erate con(IdAnr-. Is that ?or What kind of wr-rkV 'Well. I wnnted to get a place as foreman f>n a ranch." "I'm afraid. that Is too much to expect." Arthur sighed. "Ye*. I pappose It Is. , It I'd known as much two wi-eks ago as I do now. I wouldn't he ken'." "Oh. don't set discouraged. there'i plenty >>f work to d<v 1 can give you something to do r?n my ranch." "WML I've come to the conclusion that th?*re U nothing here for xr.f but th<? place of a common hand, bo If you can give me anything?" "Oh. yes; I can give you something to do In my garden. Perhaps Romethlnc better will op**n up later. Where are you staying?" h?- asked, as they neared town. Arthur told him. and the man drove him down to his hole), "rd like to have you call at my ofT.ce to-morrow morning; my partner <loe* m- nt of the hiring. I've been living In Denver. Here's my card." After he had drove away the listening mnnioru uroM? inrrn: i ou re in luck. Cap. it you get n place with Major Thnyr. you're flx<?d." "Who 1* he. anyhow?" "Who i? hr? Why hp own* all the lan'l up the cr**ek. and has tank* ail over Colorado." "If that no?" Arthur wan delighted. Of course It wm only a common hand'* place. hut here waa thp vj*ta ho had !uok?-<l for?here wok the chance! When h<- entered the office next day. however, the major merely nodded at bin: over the jailing and >ald: Take a aeat. pleaae." He neemed deeply engaged with a tall young man of n!>out thirty-five yearn of age. with rugged. *mooth-*haven fae?\ Th'- young man *p?ke with a marked Khrll.*h accent. and there waa a quality In hi* manner of *po??ch which appealed very strongly t?? Arthur. 'Confound the fellow." he wan *ay? fnje. "I've discharged him. I cawn't reengage him. ye kneow! We caun't have ? n>n? abeout who *e|* drunk, y' kneow?if* bloody provoking, majnh." "Hut the poor fellow'* family. Kaull*> bury." ,! "Oh. hang the fellow's family." laugh* ?l 8aull*bury. arc not a pour ? . . i?-r?/- - ? house. y* kneow?or a house for inebriates." The major laughed. Well. I can't turn Jack*on off, even for you." "Well. deon't do It then?only Jf he . gets drunk aglne and drops a match into the milk can. fancy! and blows us all up. doen't come tack on me. that's ; all." I They both laughed at this, and the j major said: "This Is the young man 1 told you about. JU*r.?a?" "Ramsey Is my name." said Arthur, rising.' "Mr. Ramsey, this Is my partner. Mr. Saullsbury." I "How de do," mid Saullsbury. with a nod and a glance, which made Arthur hot with wrath, coming a* It did after the talk he hnd beard. Saullsbury did not take the trouble to ri*e. Arthur was not thlcksklnned. and he had been struck for the first time by the lash of ca*t?*. and it raised a welt. He choked with his rage and stood silent, while Saullsbury looked him over. and patted upon hi* pood point* an if he " were a hone. There wm something in the laxy lift of his eyebrows which maddened Arthur. , "He I oaks a decent young fellow enough; I suppose he'U do to try." Salisbury ?uUd at last, with cool ludlfferenee. "Uy heftVto. you won't!" Arthur bum out. "1 wouldn't workfor you at any price." He turned on h!f h(e) and rushed out. He heard the major calling to him as he went down the Ftairs, but refused to turn bade The tears of impotent rage filled hi* **y??. For the first time in his life he bail been trampled upon, and could not. at least, he had not. r'.ruQk his as?aihint. As he stood on the street corner thinking of these thtngs and waiting for the mhrt ot tatjv tu rass from hia eyes, he felt a hand on his arm, and turned to see iKoJor Thayer standing by hl? side. "Look here. Ibunsey. you mustn't mind Sam: he's an Infernal Englishman. and can't underhand our way of meeting men. lie 4ldn*t mean anything " Arthur looked down at him silently and thfre was a look In his eyes which went Jlmishi to the major's heart. "ComK Kamsey, I want to give you a place. Never mfnJ this? You will really be working me. anyhow." Saulbrbury himself came down the stains and approached them,and Arthur perceived for the first time that hU *v*a vctsrsk W?* ami verr food-naturcd. "I hop* I haven't done anything unpardonable/* he beffaa?'with his abKtt, rfcttng Inflection. Arthur flared up again: "I wouldn't work for a man like you It I starred. I'm no do*. You'll And an American dtlxeo won't knuckle down to you. the way your English peasant* .do. If you think you can com* out hrr* in ihwest a?d treat m^n Ilk* dotes, you'll And yourself mightily mistaken, that's all!" The men exchanged glancw. This volcanic outburst amazed Saulisbury. but the major enjoyed It.' It was excellent schooling tor hJs friend. "Well, work f*>r me. Mr. Ramsey. Sam knuckles down to me on most questions. I hope I know how to treat my men. I'm trying to live up to tradition. anyway." "You'll admit it Is a tradition." says Sflullsbury. glad of a chance to sidle away. He cared nothing for the youth, but felt s?no:hkag v.as due his partner, the major laughed. "Now ge: into my cart, and we'll go ?ut <o the farm and look things over." he <taid, and Anhur clambered In. "J can't blame you very much." the major continues. suer mrj wwt*settled "I've been trying lately to get Into harmonious relation* with my c?* ployes. and 1 think I'm succeeding. I have a father and granfather in shirt dl?v? to start from and to refer back to. but Saullsbury hadn't. He means well. but he can't always hold himself , In, be means to bo democratic, but his blood betray* him." Arthur soon lost the keen edge of his grieraooe under the kindjy chat of the J major. The farm lay on either side of a small stream which ran among the buttes : and gr?--n mesas of the foot hills. Out to the left, the klnftly peak looked b?nlgnantly across th* lHber height* that throri their ambitious beads in the light Cattle were feeding among the smooth, si raw-col jred or sage-green bills. A cluster of fr.rm buildings stood against an abrupt. cedar-splotched bluff, oat of which a stream flowed and shortly fell Into a large basin. Th* Irrigation ditch pleased and Interested Arthur, for It was the finest piece of work he had yet seen. It ran around the edge of the valley, discharging at Its gates streams of water like veins, which meshed the land, whereon men were working among young plants. Til put you In charge of a team. I think." the major said, after talklnn with the foreman, a big. red-haired man. who locked at Arthur with hi* head thiyjwn back and one eye shut. "Well, now your* nafe," said the major. as he pot Into his buggy," so I'll leave you.** Arthur knew afcd llk??d the foreman's f family ?< one. They were familiar types. At supper he told them of his plan*, and he came to be out there, and they came to feel a certain propiietorrhlp In him at once. "Well, fm rla?l you've come." ra'd Mrs. Richards, after their acquaintanceship had followed In ^ day or twa "You're like our own folks back In Illinois." Arthur winced at little at being class/?.* <n u-lfh U. r f. *l/? An.I ?v... nr--.! IK. subject. One Sunday a rouple of wecUs later, just *.? fc* was pvitins on his Clothes to jro qut and do hi* evening's chore*. ' th major and a party of visitor* cairi? driving Into th* yard. Arthur catn?- c.ut I to the carriage. .1 llttl?* annoyed thnt city I'i'opjr* should no* h.iv" r-ome *h?:. h< had oa his Sunday clotlw-.*. The major gr< -ted him pleasantly. ; "flood evening. Kacisey. Juct hitch , the horse*, will you? I want to show ' the ladies about n HttleC" j Arthur-tied the horses to a pout^ and J came back toward the major expecting ! him to Introduce th<? la'tle*. l?ut the major did not. and Mrs. Thayer did not I wait for nn Introduction, but raid, with a peculiar, well-worn Inflection: y. 1 ivlrh ;.v>n d *:and > tuv'H HEALS RUNNING ^SORES I S . CURES THE Br^ SERPENT'S ^ STING _ W rnmrni BLOOD POISOK^s5s0fe.?^ ulcere yield lo its healing powers. Jt remove# tho poison and build* up I he system me and tbo homes. I'm as afraid as T death of horses aud cows." E f\ O The rest laughed in musical uproar. . 9 I | but Arthur flushed bo?. It the > tone English people In playa and stories ! used In ?t>t*kiug to their butler, or 0^H?S*tped lier down, however, with 'T' K i Q + 1 a sullen air. tor his rebellious heart [ 1 1 lo LI seecucd to All bis throat. The party moved ahead In a cloud U'l.nn ef of laughter. The ladle* wire dainty as i> llCU ?l spring Howers. In tbvlr light, outdoor j ?.l Jg an(l dresses, and they seemed to light up '"n 0U1 the barnyard. tllC StOCKS g( One of them made th? most powerful |, ijj,, Impression upon Arthur. She was *o WCltSO ItOiWtlj dainty and so blrd-IUce. Iler dress was .;t ntf'R itiCDSI quaint, with puffed sleeves, and bands SUUlies Illt-us ?n/i ,wi?Au ,.f iiirht ffwn. Ilkr an Aurll tl?n \c?iv*u?r IT) flower. Her narrow face waa aa awlft * .. as light In Its volatile changea. and her propose U> Cli little chin dipped ocoaalonally Into the k11R;npjiS in f] deep of her ruffled bufom like a awal- Uliswess 111 w low Into water. Every movement aho fgCtorV to CUfl mode waaacrangeaml aw?* tosee. \ She cried out In admiration of every- Item that pTO thins and dapped her alender handa nuet<ti:nn J ike a wondering ohlld. The other; question 08 U pomed to lsuigh every time they looked from tlllS WuO t her. rhe wa* eo entirely carried away .. . . by the tmngesoeaa of the faroi. anytlUDg M I She admiral the cow* and th* colts pfann.f. AIAVM very much, but ahlvcred prettily when rilDUClS, UlJtt'5, Children's Readyxr* JjjE you'd expect t . if you'll write . (!|T your wants th agi ; satisfactory n Wj ^.6sP?rt of roal Vl SE&i exchange goo g|g| promptly don Irieiuis to feel ; tion at the dis ' V received by,? ' * 1 To this e "tOU'RS LIKE OUR OWN fOLKJ BACK 1* IW> CGSSfllll V WOI*! the bull thrust his yellow and black dreSS this Dc muzxle tha-ugh the little window of his faction. "The horrid thing! Isn't he nv* tip- ?" "Not at all. He wants some meal. TIlis Week that's all." said the major. / . r t The young girl skipped and danced I6W IrOIll DU and shook her jwrrfumed dress as a l,ma fr/im t) r-wallow her wings. She ru not vain; iruiu u it was natural In her. Arthur lookad J||0?each a Ul at her with deep admiration and" de? . - , light, though Mrs. Saulisbury was ValUC IAP DeyO talking to him. intf ciipii jiq He liked Mrs. Salisbury at once. ?DU SUUI aa though naturally prejudiced against inr]<re of DrV 1 her. She bad evidently been a very * 0 * handsome woman, but some concealed reC0?MZ6 at ? pain had made her face thin and drawn. tli~ Cnltindc and ??ne corner of her mouth was set aUllCU Dull 111 5b in a slight fold as if by a touch of para J- (l j ffrronC ?t vie ysis. Her profile was very beautiful. " . *nd her voice was that of a highly cul- date gOOllS, Vl? wmwi'To' b? Inle.-mtfd In Ar- '^OC, 7oC Slid 8 SSS. S5 STg&SSfSl in."! 60 inches wid Herat fr\r 8&ulUbury amused hlmvlf by joltinic S UL the girl, whom he called Edith. . ? , This Is the cow that gives the cream, ^iOt 0111V SU y* kneow and this one Is the butter- fr<>cU nAWffnn milk cvw." he said, as they stood look- IiCSll^new gOO inp in at the bam door. COmil)!? in. H Edith tipped her eager little face up at \ ^ , . him. "Really?" that Will DHDl Th? n-si laiiehMl Anin. "Which is the let* cream cow?" the young flrl asked. to let them know that she wait not to be fooled with, Saulls- HArtn X wa bury a^raled to the major. Majah. KP. M [1 A V Pi what hav* you done with our Ice cream * ?uu "iv cow?" "She went dry during the winter." ? ? said the major. "No demand on her; Supply regulated by the demand,' you . know." "iii They drifted Into the horse barn, "We're In Ramsey's domain, now." said o O the major, looking at Arthur, who 'TffiZ' stood with his hand on the hip of one ' * of the big gray horse.*. ~ ?' ' OS Edith turned and observed Arthur 9 B for the llrst time. A slight shock went Bm ffi through her sensitive nature, as if some 9 fair: prophecy of great storms cam" to | VL, her in the widening gase of his dark ' ^ye*. * (TO BE CONTINUED.) # 9 CRIKESE^POLITICB. # p An tnrldrnf Shonrlug Tbrtr Chamtrelatir H^tltrtow 8AN FHAXCISCO. Jan. 14.-Tbe 0 Chronicle uaya that LI Yung Yew. the J Chlneses consul general Jn this city, ha* m dlMn'.eh from the Chinese ? ministerat \Vajhington,reznovJn* him 0 W W from his position and appointing Fung Tung Hun. the consul's former secre- Kmr tary. as his succewior. As IJ Tung * I Yew was supposed to be extremely 9 A 1 popular with the powers at Pekln. his removal has causes! much discussion In # Chinatown. LI Yung Yew s dismissal is to some extent wrapped in that my*- ? trry Which surrounds all Chinese of- # fairs of stat*. It is the more sensa- w tlonal when It Is considered that he has 9 B /~\ high court oonneoMoni In Pekln and I y | I was the intimate friend and counselor I I of the present Chinese minister at ? \_A Washington. He was appointed consul general to this city in 1S>I. after serving 0 his emperor in certain diplomatic visIts to the countries of South America. At the Chinese consulate the attacheg say that Yew's removal from the 3 \\ 0 post is but preparatory to bestowinr ? i further honors upon his head?that he W&r] is to be appointed a special sgent of * Ihe emperor to negotiate a treaty betvven the rourt of PekJn. and that of , * President Wax. of Mexico. Merchants in Chinatown sar that the change is All . due to the ftcht thai has l>een Rolnp on a All < for months between the Sam Yups and with the Foe Yaps, two of the six companies that control Chlr.<*sc business affairs In # WC p America. - -1 Falhrr lirlly DtimUird. O 1 Of PORTLAND, O:vicon. Jjui. 14?Rov. # I tig M J. Kelly. pariah. prtwl of CikS-at ? Mill*. n?-ar this city, has been dl*mlM?*d from his church by Archbishop Grow, v.tvw df-\:*ion has be?a sustained by A Cardinal ft;toll). Several month/ arn. Father Kelly, In ? a imwpapc-/ article. charged Sister \T7~ William, the htad of the Mercy Sifter* C of Ort-r^n. with Improper conduct, nl!? ;:,v.k that ?rtn* had led the life of an a r tidv?~it : ". Wh' ti Archbishop Groea 9 attem; :*?d #to rll^nce the belligerent K,. pric.-.t, th?'attocV' became mot* p*r- t JyU wnml and th* aivhhlthop hlmwlf cam'1 In for i xhare .>f th?* abuse. It ix #ald \A/ t wl&y that other prl<*:a In this city. a * w!i.? xt? sympathy aafci aid to CI FAthr: Krily in h.'? anack <,:5 S!*Jrr % L> L .William and Arehbl#liop Groftf hav be- q i corr.o much alarmed I'M they should be \j l call" I before the ecclesiastical Oourl ^ ' ?. w Hint* of Ohio, City of Toledo, Lucas o With County. 5R. Pom Frank J. Ch?ney make* onth that h* V?M* Ir the a-.nlor partner of thennn of F. J. Jllld1 Chen*y tic Co.. doing business In the City , of Tolvla. county and Mate nfore?atd, # long nnd thnt i?nld firm will pay the sum of ONE nUSDHEV POU.AKfi for <?ch A ? an 1 < v.-ry caj?e ?f Catarrh thai cannot /\ I lcurcd by th* u.?* *?f Hall's Catarrh Cure FRANK J. CI ENEV Sworn to before iik- ami subfcribcU In my presence, this 6th day of December. a A. t>. 1?C. (Seal) A. W. OLKASON. ft #1. Notary I'uWle. _ |l| I Hall's Catarrh Cure Is tnl;en Internal* ? \M p -ly nn?l nets directly on ttiv blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Send *1 for testimonial*, free. AWiV. ?? F. J. CHENEY, & CO.. Toledo. O. -?BP? cr.l.l l.v .Imiu?IuI? ?Sa ...... . - ?- ? y7nN NO excuse for Mccples* night* when - - - - ? you car? procutv Out Mlnutr Cough Cure. ThlJ? will relieve nil annoyance. Ay-'s ^ cur?? the moat rt< v??r.> cough ntul give 1?? /vi',C.v you rent nnd braUh. Can you afford to fl^tr/S^1 r0<? without it 7 Locnn Drug Co.. / ? \<:- f Wheeling, W. Vn., B- f. Peai>o<Jy. lien- \ wood, und Bowie A Co.. Bridgeport. O. /*% Nobody ne?J have Neuralgia. <Jet Or. ;? >? Mil**' J'ain Pills from druggist* "Ono ccnt a dote." For sale by C11AI , Home & tie Time 'o Year ocks are broken, every line of mere! ends, short lengths, broken lines a jneraiiy in a coaouc eime iucjucu trade,/then it is that the wide-aw: ires to get rid of this surplus at o coming goods which will soon be p spose of all such accumulations of lie easiest and quickest way?a w: tomers and to us?by putting pri re such a power to move the goods > their going! Not a department lesale price cutting in retail selling, )ress Goods, Silk, Suitings, Embroideries Hoslerj, Cotton Goofy Cloaks, Fan, Ladi lad: Garments, Ken's and Bojs' Pnrnishlo :o find in a first-class Dry Goods E i oui- .Mail Order Department givii ey will be supplied l'n tie most es] mnner possible and at prices onh llue in majority of instances. Wti ds on account of size, color, etc. eif at all expedient. We want they are to receive all the courtes stance of hundreds or thousands of >nd due to customers at our countei nd our Mail Order has been estab Jng along the lines indicated, and partraent with confidence of reeeiv we mention but New fresh, allndreds of great or HeBrfjMl Qotil, lis Before-Iaraotor/ fine, quality as y stinct bargain? pect to get at doi nd the ordinary ?splendid wei< every unbiased shades green, br Soods value will all desirable colo ight all-wool is- 40 inches, -dozen or more 2rir s-all fine up-to- j J. /' regularly worth Lot choice Fini iSc a yard, 40 to ?f styles and co p the best of the se * r Ar 1 ?< y?rd; . ? , 20piecwall-wo aSnb.?>r,,rta''--' ere'san instance e' ;orders!? IOC y< nne and Fifth Street, P FUB CAPE8-OBO. B. TAYLOR. in i nn lit L/\rL UR CAPES IARKED DOWN THIS MORNING TO alfPric t\ rr-i i !0. k. iayi( mean just what wo say, that we h ted down to exactly HRLF PRICE >ur Fur Capes and placed them on i regular prices on each garment wl iropose to cut ht in the Midd HBBY TIME WE SELL A UARMEM have the following kinds, viz; >TRACHAN, JNKEY, OOL SEAL. .ECTRIC SEAL and ACK RUSSIAN MARTEr and without Marten collars. ' js wo offor are all this season's purcb consequently right in style, quality i ths, and -L AT HALF PRIC1 0. R. TAYLC EVERY WOWf raetltMi bwJi T?iUbW, weothi?, mmlauoc UwintMtilnpibwMbieiN. IIJOVVMIUM Dr. Peal's Pennyroys t*r m? prnnpt. nil ?r4 rcrt?ln lo rwali. Tbe ?M?lot (D*. AnU B*?t li.80. AUsm tBU? Mc&MUB Q* L R. QOKTZC. Druggist, tuccftttor to McLtln* PI BTAT1 C>o ? Biat We cor tiandise show- Memora M sizes, and tXil to ail im- you pjy tke House in- ?*. n*m I Stopanc nee?to clear supoiiei Wft StOCk* Ullll^ 111* M v/ ' the season's .. . ij most satis- yV f\ ces on every there'll be no "Jow to> , , the lowo to be exempt waitonand if there's iBS JOSEPi igS?anything 26 Istablishment ag an idea of M ] Q r peditious and * ft fr.*ir?t?rmnl LEDGE en possible to JOURf* , it shall be Andalargi our Kail Order at prim sy and atten- any house miles, that is iished, is^uc-. 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