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We ate two philopenas once, Borne little time ko: One of them was a "Give or Take" And one a "Yes or No." Although she tried to catch mo oft, And either point to gain; She always (ailed, and I, likewise, My efforts mado In vain. At length I murmured: "Do my wife," In passioned tones, and low: I thought she more than liked me but She promptly answered: "Nol" Stung to the quiolc by this reply, And my true state to screen, I looked at ber Indifferently, Aud muttered: "1'hllopcne." She bit her lip, Bhe seemed so sad, That, Btrne to say, I then Thinking I saw another chance Offered myself again. She brightened up, and, smiling, said: "1 really havo been mean; I'll change my mind and take you; and Thoto(Ar phllopcne." Puck. AfUBr UY A. CONAN DOTLE. PAST IT. CHAPTER VIL-CONTINUKD. "That is true." said I. "I havo already explulnod to you that what is out of the common Is usually a guido rather than a hin drance. In solving a problem of this sort, the (rrand thing1 Is to bo ablo to reason backward. That is a very use ful accomplishment and a very easy one, but people do not practice it much. In the everyday affairs of life it is more useful to reason forward, uud so the other comes to be neglected. There arc fifty who can reason syn thetically for ono who can reason an alytically." "1 confess," said I, "that I do not jjuito follow you." "I hardly expected that you would, bet me fee if I can make it clear. Most people, if you describe a train of events to them, will tell you what the result would be. They can put those events together In their minds, and argue from them that something will come to puss. There aro few people, how ever, who, if you told them a result, would be able to evolve from their own inner consciousness what the steps were which led up to that result. This power is whnt 1 mean when I talk of reasoning backward, or analytically." "I understand," said I. "Now, this was a case in which you were given the result and had to find everything else for yourself. Now, let me endeavor to show you the different steps in my reasoning. To begin at . the beginning: I approached the house, as you know, on foot, and with my ; mind entirely free from all impres , sions. I naturally began by cxamln : ing the roadway, and there, as I have already explained to you, I saw clearly ; the marks of a cab, which, I ascer tained by inquiry, must have been there duriug the night. I satisfied myself that it was a cab and not a pri vate carriage by the narrow gauge of the wheels. The ordinary London growler is considerably less wide than n gentleman's brougham. "This was the first point gained. I then walked slowly down tiie garden path, which happened to be composed of a clay soil, peculiarly suitable for taking impressions. No doubt it ap peared to you to be a mere trumplcd line of slush, but to my trained ryes every marl; upon its surface bad a meaning. There is no branch of de tective scienco which Is so important and so much neglected as the art of .tracing footsteps. Happily, I have al ways luiil great htress upon it, aud much practice has made it second nature to inc. I saw the heavy foot murks of the constables, but 1 snw also tho tracks of tli two men who had first passed through the garden. It was easy to tell that they hud been before the others, because in places Uicir marks had been entirely obliter ated by the others coming upon tho top of litem. Iu this way my second link was formed, which told mo that the nocturnal visitors were two in number, one reinurkublc for his height d:s I calculated from the length of his stride) and the other fashionably iliw.i'd, to judge from tho small and elegant Impression left by his boots. "On entering tho house this last ln fercuco was confirmed. My well-booted tniiti lay before tue. Tho tall one, then, hud done the murder, if murder there was. There was no wound upon tho dead man's person, but the agitated expression upon his faco assured mo that he hud foreseen his fate before it came upon him. Men who die from heart disease or any suddsn natural cause never by any chance exhibit agl ; tation upon their features. Having , sniffed the dead man's lips, I detected I k slightly sour smell, and I came to the 1 conclusion that he had hud poison forced upon him. Again I argued that it had been forced upon him, from tho hatred apd fear ex pressed upon his face. Ily tho method of exclusion I had arrived at tills result, for no other hypothesis would meet tho facts. Do not imagine that It was a very unheard-of idea. The forcible administration of poison is by no means a new tiling in criminal annals. The oases of Dolsky, in Odes sa, and of Lcturrcr, in Montpeller, will occur at once to any toxicologic t. "And now name the great question as to the reason why. Robbery had not been tho object of the murder, for nothing was taken. Was it politics, then, or was it a woman? That was tho question which confronted mo. I was inclined from the first to tho lat ter supposition. Political assassins are only too glad to do their work and to Ily. This murder had, on the con trary, been done most deliberately, and the perpetrator had left his tracks nil over the room, showing that he hnd been there all the time. It must li.ivc been a private wrong, and not a poetical one, which called for such a methodical roveuge. When the in ! M mmi scription was discovered upon the wall I was more Inclined than ever to my opinion. The thing was too evidently a blind. When the ring was found, however, it settled the question. Clearly the murderer had used it to remind his victim of some dead or ab sent woman. It was at this point that I asked Gregson whether he hod In quired in his telegram to Cleveland as to any particular point In Mr. Drebber's former career. Be answered, you re member, in the negative. "I then proceeded to make a careful examination of the room, which con firmed me in my opinion as to the mur derer's height, and furnished me with the additional detail as to the Trichi nopoly cigar and tho length of his nails. I had already come to the con clusion, since there were no signs of a struggle, that the blood which covered tho floor bad burst from the murderer's nose in his excitement. I could per ceivo that the track of blood coincided with the track of his feet. It is sel dom that any man, unless he is verr full-blooded, breaks out in this way through emotion, so I hazarded the opinion that the criminal was probably a robust and ruddy-faced man. Events proved that I had judged correctly. "Ilaving left the house, I proceeded to do what Gregson had neglected. I telegraphed x the head of the police at Cleveland, limiting my inquiry to the circumstances connected with the marriage of Enoch Drcbber. The an swer was conclusive. ) t told me that Drebbcr had already applied tor the A BA00EO YOUNGSTER ASKED IF TORRE WAS A CABBY THERE CALLED JEFFER SON UOI'K. protection of the law against an old rival in love, named Jefferson Mope, and that this same Hope was at present in Europe. I knew now that I held tho clew to the mystery in my hand, and all that remained was to secure tho murderer. "I had alrendy determined in my own mind that the man who had walked into the liouso with Drebber was none other than the man who had driven tho cab. The marks in the road showed mo that tho horse had wan dered on in a way which would have been Impossible had there been any one In charge of It. Where, then, could the driver be, unless he were In side the house? Again, it is absurd to suppose that any sudc inun would car ry out a deliberate crime under the very eyes, as it were, of a third person, who was sure to betray him. Lastly, supposing one man wished to dog an other through London, what better means could ho adopt than to turn cab driver? All these considerations led roe to the irresistible conclusion that Jefferson Hope was to bo found among tho jarveys of the metropolis. "If he had been ono there was no reason to believe that he had ceased to be. On the contrary, from bis point of view, any sudden chango would be likely to draw attention to himself. He would probably, for a time at least, continue to perform his duties. There was no reason to suppose that he was going under an assumed name. Why should he change his name in a coun try where no ono knew his original one? I therefore organized mv street- Arab detective corps, and sent them systematically to every cab proprietor in London until they ferreted out the man that I wanted. How well thev succeeded and how quickly I took ad vantage of it nro still fresh in your recollection. The murder of Stanger- : son was an incident which was entire ly unexpected, but which could hardly In any ease liavo been prevented Through it, as you know, I came into possession of the pills, tho existenco of which I had ulreudy surmised. You see the whole thing is a chain of log leal sequences without a break or flaw." "It is wonderful!" 1 cried. "Your merits should bo publicly recognized. You bhould publish an accouut of the cose. If you won't, I will for you." "You may do what you like, doctor," he answered. "See hero!" he con tinued, handing a paper over to me; "look at this! look at this!" , It was the Echo for tho day, and the paragraph to which ho pointed was de voted to the case in question. "Tho publlo," it said, "hove lost a sensational treat through the sudden doath of the man Hope, who was sus pected of the murder of Mr. Enoch Drebber and of Mr. Joseph Stangcrson. The details of the cobo will probably never be known now, though we are informed upon good authority that the crime was the result of an old-standing and romantic feud, in which love and Mormonlsm bore a part. It seems that both the victims belonged, in thoir youngqr days, to the Latter-Doy Saints, and Hope, the deceased pris oner, hails also from Salt Lake City. , If Die ease has had no other effect.it at least brings out in the most striking ' manner the efficiency of our de tective pollco force, and will serve ; as a lesson to all foreigners that they will do wisely to settlo thoir feuds at home aud not to carry them on to Ilritish soil. . It is an open secret that the credit of this smart capturo be longs entirely to the well-known Scot land Yard officials, Messrs. Lcstrade and Gregson. The man was uppro hendud, it appears, in tho rooms of a ccr- ' tain Mr. Sherlock Holmes, wholmshlm- self, as an amnteur, shown some talent ' in the detective lino, uud who. with ! such instructors, may hopo in liuio to atloin to some degree of their skill. It is expected that a testimonial of some sort will be presented to the two officers as a fitting recognition of their services." "Didn't I tell you so when we B tar ted?" cried Sherlock Holmes, with a laugh. "That's the result of all our study In scarlet; to get them a testi monial!" "Never mind," I answered; "I have all the facts in my journal and the public shall know them. In the mean time you must make yourself content ed by the consciousness of success, like the Roman miser " 'Populua me slbllat, at mllit plaudo Ipso doml slmul so uummos contemplar la area.'" thh bnd. MONKEYS' THUMBS. A Simian Paderewakl Could Cover Two Octaves. The bands, the fingers, and aboge aij. the thumbs belonging to Chief! at tracted my particular attention. Now you must know that it is because man has a thumb, and for the reason that his thumb Is so beautifully jointed, supple and adjustable, that he has been able to overcome all difficulties, says a writer in Harper's. The other fingers are all very well iu their way, but it is the thumb that controls tho real move ment of the hand. Without a thumb you never could wield a heavy sledge hammer or the most delicato of watch makers' tools. It is not out of the way to say that man is tho master, holding every other living thing "under his j thumb." I Here is a little bit of natural history 1 which must bo remembered about monkeys. All tho monkeys of the old world have some kind of a thumb. As j St. George Mivart, a great zoologist, I writes: "Any old-world monkey with a rudimentary thumb (that is, a thumb, : even if Imperfect) is superior in that respect to an American monkey." In fact, the American monkey has no thumb at all. Nature compensates In a measuro in our new-world monkey by giving hira a wonderful tail. This American monkey tail Is prehensile. ; It answers almost the purpose of a fifth j limb. A South American monkey gives 1 his tail a hitch around tho limb of a I tree, and there he hangs quite com fortably, independent of hands or feet. Chico's thumbs aro superb, being ful ly four and one-quarter inches long. , The ordinary length of tho humun ' thumb Is about two und one-half Inches. Chico's middle finger Is a trifle over five inches long. Man's is thruo und one-half inches. The ourang- outang's hand was narrow, apparently, ! but it seemed about the width of that ' of a human being's, only the sense of 1 proportion was lost, owing to the ex- j trcmo length of tho lingers. The knuckles were smull und perfectly in I line. The stretch -of such a hand as 1 Chico's would be enormous, fully . thirteen inches. The octave on tho piano measures soven inches. If Chico were a pianist he could with little ef- . fort cover two octaves and would leave Padcrewskl quite in the shade. H. Chico had a taste for the double bass. once that those long fin gent of his were wound around the neck of a big fid dle, what a wonderful performer ho would bo, providing the Instrument would stand the strain. TWO PRETTY APOLOGIES. On Mada by John llurns, and the Other by m College Student. The man who writes a letter de . manding an apology must put up with tho kind of apology he gets. Harry Fur iilss, tho caricaturist of Punch, it will be remembered, was attacked by a member of parliament, and an eye witness was reported to have said: I saw Mr. MacNolll take Mr. Furnlss by (he lapel of the coat and shako him like a dog, then I saw Dim tuko him by tho cur and shake him by that. Mr. Furniss, who declared that the assault was a merely technical and not a serious one, wrote to the eyewitness, asking if he been correctly reported, and he got tho following answer, which is quite as funny as unytliiiqr that Mr. Furniss himself ever provided for Punch: SlB; I understand Diat tho etaicmcnt at tributed to mc and referred to by you was due to a mlsiipwThpniion of some chuDIng remarks of mine In the lobby Trlday last, and I regret to say that I did not aco you sbukoo like a dug, uud am sorry to say that I did not witness thu pulling of your ear. Yours truly, Jon Udhns. This reminds us of tho apology mode to the faculty of Amherst college by a student who ended his life as a foreign missionary. An apology for an offocse having been required of oil tho class ho wrote as follows: I acknowledge that I attended the class meet ing and voled to go and moot the South Had ley girls at Mount llolyoke, but owing to the scarcity of teams I was unable to go, for which 1 am very sorry. Independent. Getting liven With Hira. It was in the dining room of a way side inn in Texas. "Is your cup out?" asked the giU who was waiting on the table. "No, the cup Is not out, but the cof fee Is," he rcpliod with a superior smile. 1 The poor girl was somewhat con fused, but she determined to pay him back in his own coin. Shortly after wards the stage drove up and the smart gentleman asked: "Does the stage dine here?" "No, sir," replied the girl in a ear castlcai tone of voice, "but the passen gers do." Toxos Sittings. 1 Cold Comfort. Unsuccessful Suitor Am I so vrj obnoxions to you? Miss Frcozem N-o; I can imagine circumstances under which I might clasp my arms about your neck very gladly. "Thank Heaven! Under what cir cumstances?" - "If I were drowning and you tvor r.car." N. Y. Weekly. Now lie's las. Thcro was a young fellow from Ma, On . born the girls looked will difdt . '. To get him a wlfo lie's tried all his life, a 11 1 sell ho is loujilug la va -Trots, DEVOTED DOUS. Tbey Sacrlllced Themselves for Tlielr Little HUtreee. A writer in Our Animal Friends re lates d story of two fox-terriers, Ton and Tally, which belonged to a physi cian in southern California, and were the playmates of his little daughter Mabel. They hud been her compan ions fum her babyhood, and she was now nve years old. On the day in question she and they were frolicking in the garden, when the little girl's at tention was attracted by a peculiar 1 noise in a bush at her elbow. She peered into the branches to see what had made the noise. Instantly the head of a snake reared Itself before her, and tho sound of its rattles was repeated. Mabel stood as if fascinated. The gardener, at work not far off, screamed to her to run, and hurried as fast as be could to her rescue. Hurry as he might, however, he would have been too late but for the dogs. They saw tho little girl's danger, and threw themselves between her and it, worrying the snake till the man could come up and kill it. They were qui to aware of their own danger; again and again, when camping out with thoir master, they had shown the greatest terror at the sound of a snake's rattles; but they could not see the child in jured. When the mothci came in answer to the shouts of the gardener, she found Mabel safe, but bot h dogs were already in tho agonies of death. WHAT THEY GOT. Principally Left as Far aa the Money Tf as Concerned. When Artemus Ward died the press of England and America was filled with tributes to his memory. In New York a meeting of newspaper people was held, at which it was resolved that his memory should be perpetuated. The manner in which this was done was amusingly illustrated by a story told in Harper's Magazine some years ogo. Whether or not the anecdote would be true to-day, we do not know, says the Youth's Companion. A few summers ago I passed a week's vacation at Waterford, Me., and during my visit went to tho village graveyard to view the final resting-place of Ar temus Ward. With some troublo I found the grave, there being nothing about the plain white slub to distinguish it from many Minilar ones around. While thinking and wondering that no monument had ever been erected to the humorist, a countryman approached, to whom I r.aid: "My friend, can you tell me why It is that Artemus never has bad a monu ment erected to his memory?' the reply. "Yaju see, artcr Artemus died three or four hundred printer fel- lcrs down in New York city got to gether and passed some beautiful reso lutions, saying that Artemus should 1 have a monument, and they would pay for it then and there; and then they took up a collection, which amounted to twenty dollars and sixty cents, bo I'm told; and since then this town hain't seen cither the monument or the money; but, stronger, we did get a copy of the resolutions!" KOWLEDGE IV Krlii? comfort and improvement tv.A lwh 10 personal t'l.joymeiit when ; !,:litly used. Tho ninny, who live bet .'r thin others and enjoy life more, vHL 1 'sa c:c)::iditare, by inoro promptly ; l-ipliii tlio world's lct product', lo li e needs of physical being, will allot tl:c v:ih:c to health of the pure liquid l.iAit'.ive 1 riuciplcs isnbraccd in tlio i'chieiiy, -;yr.ip of Fifis. 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