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ne- atom Oe ds !hr Cl,
.s, we ~i New a1 6w reaseme a
Ss,,hs br la his 4eeuir &wk.
The .ldr Denson as Me ed *1.*
atd the m-n retmwed n ee to ism ema-n
StW. bte thavMgs we ibM ouemd , he.
hkeat a faitMu amene. at whl he a-w Ia
a land as et u roddem hbut tw vwv kew
While megn. He hba now p11:1hit sanse
at tihe lar eets end eerrva of his
tavel in a took, "Iaee.t.s t a ColseS
er's r.abls in aemesraa." wsk makes
met hmeuat .. nies. The Betom
(tN, . wi. ham menm advane. orene at
the bookn gyves oens at Noemleustet. His
stayp eng the Pa orieups out a
agM. lDsa n traveled with hds ethmer aml
t esehaer.. De rise h stay with the
asm he was mo the ale.
wi his o otther n . s them. He tells a
mesnt iateesUtis sty of his exper teuee
la the villae o Narilsuma, In the lnteri r
at New U(iLsae. There dwelt tbe toyar
people. an kIlik trilh,e who had never be
fare see whle uesm.
Narinunma is a village oa 'sme· sixteen
lousres besklse give tree houn.sm orme sixty
feet from the rautwl. The tree hountes
are wel built, and the rattan or hatbmo
ladders extend frueu the grund to just be
low the platform of the hosae. Tfhoe
bouses are used h the natives to defend
thenselves rumen their enem.sk in ease of
The village losked clean, anlu the house.
tasty and scosfortable. One bourne. larer
and str~ager than the rest. was the v si
tar's boUa or hotel, of which tthen is oee
ia every tows. Hea.* strangers are rls.l
terwd sad fed free at lcarge. The largest
and thle best house. Ia every town in for
Tame pi with snouts half as long as
their hodies and covered with long brown
Iwlstles, roaenrd at will about the village
A small species of dun-coloredl do whk.h
neither harked inor hit, but only Ihwled,
was the occupaist with nearly every owner
oIf the house. Tlwr was oly one cat at
Nailnnuma, which Loheir, tlw chief. had
obtained in trade from asme of the coas t
tribes, and the aimnal war a .reat jxt.
Early in the nmurining the gnsemd about
the hourms would he swept by the wosen,
and was as hard and clean as a table.
The Papuan women are finly featured,
and many of the children are truly Iand
sonse. Age however. is nerniless to the
women, a.dl when the old crones sit in the
sum kneading clay, or beating halls into
daIpely pots or their beads shaven
with hwf at.ets o ttle and every
bone ae their cualated odia showing
through their wrinkled skins, they are
venerable pictures of ugliness.
The old chief Loheir, was thme nmost le
teresains Iun I the village. He was 10
a od stout and hrousdesouldercd,
and o well covered was his body with
seas froen the many battles itn which he
had fought that hby placing his hand upon
him in the darkest night Mr. Dlenton be
caine sure of hill kentity. Itoheir's face
was dark. but his klok was intelliget ; his
manner was that of a horI. gentleknsa.
nMldest and unassumning.
()n day, after the two hrothers htad
been in Narinaunue a u lod while land hadu
leansed enough of mtie language to talk
freely. Loheiir cans. to tlhen, lsowing h by
his actkins that he had slnlesthing inlllpr
tant to I. He g w.ean by asking if thesy
liked tlw" t'oyar nws. andI their enontry.
1lWhen told tint the whit- meIts haIl 1we'ts
treated very kiidlly, a.d that the t '.yara
oc.ntatry was as fertile usid as l.autiful as
any they lind s.aes., l. sseremlle ll.lasdul.
Tlwen tle. cnavers.tiun ttook thits car.nr.:
*"*1 it ware and eomforta.tle at Aumerkea
as at Narilllllas ?"
"Not always'; uwinahtiamw it in very dY,'.1."
"Ara whist, w.pilp' any hIaI pier thanuI
"Perlail4 not so Iulappy. TIwir l;rclI is
Hnot so wpriturtive aned l ity luave to1 work
'*Are whit iHwtn very niuuanroUl*M "
"Are white woeen as IhadI(i1s4d as
white nsen '"
*tlonuw of tlhen,."°
"1)o they wear the swate kind of
"No; they wear prtticoats."
")Do whaite ,Iao la hve 1cse wifl. air
"Have you a wife iln Aemerica '."
"How do you like the C orara girl :'""
"Nouen of them are very audaI~s.el adHI
S..Wa you like to get marrkid ins New
"Well, that depends on cirumsataneere."
"Have you seen any Cayarn girls as
handsomne as thew girs in Anmeri a ".
"Yes, -sw fully as hand.sow."
"How much do you pay for a wife Its
Nlomue are very expensive and others
very cheap. tGenerally the expenase econes
after re married. The parents of
nome irs are so anxious to dispapse of
their hter that they buy hua lsalnads
for them. '
The chkief laulghed ad rolledl ol the
" How do the girls of Narinmmlau please
"They were very u lociahle."
" Would you marry any you have seems
" Hardly. You see, Loheir, we canme a
long, long distance to get to Nariaunma.
an as we are very ric and very gool
lookintd wc e oua t to have tlhel ast tlw
Up started Loa.ir with a whoop and a
yell that elhoed through the town and
was off. - -
The two brothers bad a laugh ast us
curious questioninal and at the ruanner
be left thel, but, thlnki no nmore about
it. wout on with their work.
or sveral days the chief was not to he
seen. He bhad gone away, to be back soon.
One afternoon, as the two white men
were preparig their dinner. they heard
tittering and giggling. Looking aroumnd
tbe saw Lobeir In tae midst of a roup of
girs.some twenty in number. A baroad
mile lighted up the eiders duslw tpe
and lany of ts rls, of git baut_
wee laulthing and peering at the whit
men over each other's ssbaulder.
all wore owers in their hair d of
green leaves adorned their arms and
ankles. Earch maiden had aon her eat
and soene wo neeklaces of
el toeeha aned feather rbbons.
- T bhief eamn ferward ad addremed
the sbranuesr be and tbeen a hle way,
lad vietd the Ilrest towns i. the coun
try and had brought back with him the
most beauttiful waomen belonging to the
tribe. He hoped each of tw brotber
woauld steet one that pleased him, manrry
her and settle down among the Coraries.
The whites men were rich, they could
easily buy a nice garen. all the men In
Karinuma would help thems build a home,
wher-e the white men and their children
rould live and he hap. The parents at
sene of the girl bad come, too, and were
standing in te background.
An Oawrtag Bs Cs .trt.
Drnitg the war. at a time of gset &
g-s is raid, writae Charles Dudley
Warner. in erpr's MaYgaE that a pub
lie meeting was called in Oneida oaunt7,
New York. far the purpose of stimulating
rthe war p.it. It was a matter o eneral
atorieW at thaLt tmlae that there was a d
.1~l -L' d~m -
INh mm IN m~be Rawn~i~
ýirwwIms was.tww strsa
pir-/ - we .T · I- ~fo t
Ma I ofU . d t war. Thb
We aadhe awl anothr arme~wd an iw
weissI ad mlsulfr..~srJ r~
Sasolk.. -- r. am Irdwros
aaw.An agel saran rivern amnd
" h br wak e der-l a i that he bad
mm~re v o uit., Unit thate ba~ d a v~mws
noa wumIbwoui d ndimkale - t 'he mu
tmird o whh eog,. Anhi ... mmuuthe e w
'Ir wmtbmuim.mm warn at its hel.m, amid
"Ihare," hr rid. In thrilling
ttt:ra . "nowwa-y to tfe but I olfer t
Iv ewunttý Cnck bimr·( " Uonkllh
Thorne wa dead .dente tar a mouwnt.
anid then muppiemed lanughter. aind then. a
ror that shook the houua. Baueisas wars
wmswmd, the praklinag went ot. other
lted wle mike. out every now mnd
iwnowwnboeyr woud hawk outl In a titter,
-He oiers hi uncle.. Rosen ('oukiiuylU."
and thefancy would tickle unnw hady
until the whose hoare was ronruleed aauInu
and "malu with mmerrimnent.
Ursmt c'aemr. VII.
A Neotebh mnister was .owrly kept ,mlker
by his "hetter half." whor placedl hii asn
his friends oe very s.hort allowalue. Mays
the &'.ftia AMserieau. On one* .e.a aionl
he had a visiit fren an add itequaintamwe.
and after patkuntly waiting for his wife's
departure, shl at length, as hoe tlh.utlt. Ie
tired for the Uliht. ;hIr had no snolier
left than the l.eu-preked ht-slhamedl exlult
"I anU ktenrsuinedl to he ('wmar in nay
own Itoule!" and at thi sautie tinew ruaIng
the hell and orderhd refetnhllmenlt.
Just as he and lis. frkiend were* h. lltinisi
to enjoy thenrmslves "'ny lady" (twiho tr
ovrherarld her unIfortunatl c trl's htuaitful
e*asulatikal popped C wr etash ill at t lw
Cair and makid Hirnly: "('wasr. eostl.* timd
beasser COaassas fr Sineakeleum M. eater.
rle.a the IWrtin Ve-n kazeituat.
The trial of sankokelsa powder by the
flekl artillery of the Twelfth Naxons crps
recently i it* ma nuvar .nure e.fre the king
of Saxony, at Y&*tlhain-Reuekelrah. was per
haps the Imost conclusive yet attempted.
After serverv l hlnrs of catlnoUndinag. tlhe
air over the battle gr.uanl was perfectly
clear. Not evens a puff of smoke showed
itself. The new powder, however, re
quires btronse cauinon and all thew steel
guns will h ave to go.
Where IS. Drew the. Wt.
ram the t'klth.br and Iuralistr.
Kind lady: " Here is an old silk hat of
my hushanld's which you are wekeone to."
Tramp: " No, thank you, nu.dame. I
have got down pretty low, heat I uln not
quite so degra.w. as to wear a silk has
with a saek coat."
London's. new (leano(.ratic kgoveraucMeHt.
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lchairnan of the new coun.ell has Ihree
voted( a 12U,0U00 alary, the k*llaty chair
manl .10,UlIJt aed IloneuI of the aknartuiientl
aewds releivem lems tlmut 10.041) a year.
WM. L. HOGE, President.
Win. Tboratoa, Cashier.
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