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IN-TliUCTIVC ItEADINT LOYS AND GIRLS. FOR I'twt at a (lull -as t'e-l lto riah N:ur - ItulTalua Haul Nail" Ik Jlabr liuaa - llaatkuli.y UlrUsAa ml a I al. CftJ OME they Lrouglit her wurilor. dead; Shu. nor swooned nor ulti ifj try; All her insiders watching said, "She Mill 'il weep or she. will iliiv" Thcu they pialsc.l 1) i lit Soft Ul low rnlli'J him worthy lo be loved. Truest friend mill nnlilc.it toe; Yet khe neither spoke nor moved. Biol maiden from her place, lightly tn lln " iin lur slept. Took thi grave-cloth from III face. Yet alio neither moved nur wept. Roso a mi r of ninety years. K't lila rlillil upon lur knees; I.Ike an in nit-r I in if-Kt rnmc her tour, ".Swiet, in y rlill'l. I live fur tho." --Tennyson. Tke Mat, la'. ., l ii,. riaaalas The linfr.ilo In used as a brut of bur ! Id Java. Kverywhere you see then Ki ulng laaily in the IMd or dragging carls op plows. It la clumsy animal Third folds of superfluous fat and skla han about lla net k and llinba, anil a (oiulMnt stream of perspiration mu rrom In almost hairless body. A beati' llful pair of crescent-shaped horn, adnrn the forehead of tbla troplraj horse. Kin. In of flamingoes and whits, cranes atrut and fly In and out anioi)( these brant . On on occasion I aaw a beautiful fl j in In no parading up and down upon; tho buck of a buffulo row, which al lying almost immersed In a mud hula by lhi road.ide. Thla bird was feaMIn hla tropical appetite by picking Insects and other unwelcome visitors from lha shining h,nk of tbla mammoth beaut. Thla kind of IhoughtfuliHiui on the part of th. flamingo la much appre ciated by the row, and I am convinced th.r.i exists between thctu a pure, pla Ionic friendship. SHE SAVED THE CHEW CAPTAIN'S DAUGHTER RESCUED SAILORS OP THE JULIE. lion 114 . AOaUad hf Ik Mm 111 ah latll4 Tssl Ik Canaan II lee 4 lb twrar IL C I p Ik Laleel llarsla. .. ' B A run smrr. Tin re la an old darky who can he found any day perched on rurh freight as may rent on the plnieWm of the littlo station at H up In Maine, ilo hna n rheerful word for everyone that will greet him. and was never known to lime hi good hiinior except on one accnalon. (ii morning he was, a usual, perched on bale of straw but Instead of . It 1 1 1 1 ina: at piece of r.tkk. a hal.lt or hi, he Ml with his face In hla hands, gazing nuiiiriifiilly out over the little like (hit stretched awny among the hill. It was then 1 noticed that hi nose had assumed enormous proportion!, almost shutting out hie yea. "Why. Ike, what's the matter with your niiae?" He ph.wik hla head rail!)' nnd tn ijuireil If I had a little "barry." I handed hi iii aiuiie and walled fur an ex planation about hla uor. "la neher gaan ter flhli n mo', aah no, aaht nlr no mo'; 'caiiM1 ilat'a whar l a got dat Im'. oue nee." "How did It happen, Ike! Te'.l in; pcrhapn me ran tit you up." "See dnt little nick fr-ruiiiitn' out pat de tic tiiuiintaln olwr i!ar? Well, round dut neck dere'a a rove, and deie a na fine er trout atre.iin ruin in dere aa dry hna 'bout dla place. le wn rr-flnhin' der de o.ler day, when l rued er big one 11 It 1 1 n by a rock d.il' dere. lae thra.hed dat ipot by i'e hjur. ar.d dat trout he done come nn' look at de fly, an' den yea. ah. den ilat trout laugh at me an' !..) 'hk I n trleil elieryt'lng to ket. h lilui. but "twnn't any ime. lien lne grew er ttiinkln'. What he do 'round iUt . n nll de time? ivi Ue ratel very qui.-t a I.. I watched dnt atone. I'rvtty wjo.i Im ee r Ixe hiimniln' 'round elo e to de water ami ncir de utone, and Ic ace de trout m.'.ke er leap fcr hi m. "Ii.it rcti le.l It; 'pP knew what r l.etch llil w'.il. 'ar Ju't raught er Ue an' put de boik III hctwi:ti '. wlnga. where It wouldn't hurt him Ien le cate.. Yah. yah' he! he" I kit ir.Mit he iii.i .Ic one leap an' he li i I de tee; hut de f.iht was awful. II" dune pal. I ito 'tuition ter n:e, hut -nn' de bee win er-h'ivlu' It out -'iii l how dey did fight le gut him on d bank at laat. and dere'a whar my trouble came In. Ue opened hlx mouth ter get de hrok out, whin out few da bee. and he wui mad. Yr. tah, he Jul ben rr wiUIn' fir me, ie know, tin" he landed plumli nn my nnae. You ne de nm!t. I'ut d.it'a only l.irt oh It. IV trout he m.lir.t up iip tame way. lie wui five pnutidii when lue flrrt kctilml him. hut when r.c wa done awellln' he wan ton hi my t-T carry home" We e.lently left Ike to continue H.i n oiirnful contemplation of the l.-.ke - Harper HoiKid Table. Al) there not been a gallant raptaiu a daughter on the Norwegian bark Julie o me. If not all, of her tart might now be In Davy Jonea' locker, aaya the New York Mall and Exprcne. Winn thla agiMl craft waa prepar ing, at Holyhead, to go to Weatburg. N. the young girl, who bad Iohi her mother a few we-ki before, prevailed upon her father, the mater of the craft, to take her along. Hallora, aa a rul. do not like to have women In the ahlp'a company. They are auperatltloiia about the presence of the gentler vn and they quietly grumbled when they heard that the captaln'a daughter waa coming along. Now they are Meaning their atara that ahe did ahare the Interrupted trip with them. The Julie la at the bottom of the At lantic and her lack tan are aafe. She , waa abandoned on April 19, with the rea up to her main deck. The ateanier (taear II.. another Norae craft, that came to tbla port, aaved Capt, Nirlaen llaiml(.iir.i. " wa long thouithl laaya a writer IB f'haniher'a Jomaall that hunimlnar. birda would not live. In ronflaement. and thla idea hi an far correct that, al lliotiRh easily lamed, they will not live long In captivity If fed only on ayrup. If .....!.. ...... . . ' 'MHirii h, nn ,0o(J t bi-jr le tn a month or two. apparently atarved; whereaa. If kept In a email roim, tne windowa of which are covered with fine het. o aa to allow Inaeel In enter they may be preaerved for a ronnldera-' ne lime in health and hevity. Thelt ul, ,mKher ,nd ,he utr, n miUtr of or.. ,ery cunoua; many or thetn ,. rrfW. The Julie left Holyhead are cup .hat ed and very email, aome- April 1 and encountered a iiicreaelon time, no larger than the h ilf or a wnl ! 0f violent weaterly galea on the IrUh in" aueii, uitu uwy are o.'ten beaut I- j coaat and aprung a leak. The crew urn) uecorateii on the outal.le with . worked and pumped, and although Mla nn ens, an ut exactly a r rahle tht Nleleen Jumped Into the breach and nran. ii in the Turk of which they an ! manipulated one of the pump bar ptarcd. Thev are form( d of cottony itib j when the men were tired out. all efforta atin.ea and are l!nl Inal.le with flben were vain. ai fine and aoft aa allk. At laat the vcmI begnn to break up The neita or ether upu lea a.-e ham , and Mla Niclacu, Itiatead or alttlng mock-ehajied, and are amended ti down and having a gnod cry, aa other creeper: the Plchlnrh. hurumlng-bln, ! maldena might have done under the lina ben known to attach l a ncd ti Mme rondltiona, had the men cluaterej a a:raw mie hanging In a alied; thelt n1 un" merry aonga of the green raja are white, and they never Uj ! of the Norae king, inure than one or two. "ut ,yfn "',"l'' wou'l auothe a mar- Once, when on the Amazon Mr Wal.i lD,r mUrtt dMln v01 luevltable, and lice had a neat of young humming-! ,h n"n 0n"y P H hop -f liir.la brought to him, which he trlej to fe-i on ayrup. euppoalng that thej aould le led on honey by their parent. T - Li. . iu in eurjiriae, onwcver, tney not on ly woiihl not awallo the Kniild, bill marly choked thrmre'tea In their er f irta to Je, t it. lie then caught mm very email fllia and dropped one I lit i the wide-open mouth oi the poor llttli orphan humming bird: It cloned In being aaved. They were three daya huddled togrther, f.iml.hed and ex hauated. when Mlaa Nlelaen. looking to the aoutheaat, aaw a apark on the horl ton. The men looked nnd looked In the direction Indicated by the girl and book their hea.la. aaylng: "There la nothing there." The girl' cyea were hot aa dim aa Iheira, lliourb, and prea ently ahe aald: "1 am aure ll.nl I h'n Plra i itantly wl'h a ta;flej gulp a?d openec pun! rlre the gunT" apaln for mote. Th? little treat una j Half doubting, the veteran brai can he found, demanded fiftem or twenty ' non wa primed and charred H.lng,' fliea each In uccelon lHfore the) It went all different tlrma In rapid aire ala(l. d. and the procen, of fee,) ; auci-eaalon. I'.ut the itf-ck on the hori ing and flr-ca:. hlns together requlrei , on grew no clearer to t.ie girl end Kl'i. h lime thai he waa reluctantly , Anally ahe told the men that II waa i-nmiM iicj to abandon thi-ii to thelt heading out of their courac. Still ahe OOLDEN ROD KILLING HORSCS Wtaiwaala Maa Tlla af Maaj laaiaaeaa r ratal KacalU. During the paat four yeara a larg nutiiber of borara have died In the uoilhern part of thla i'- from the ravagea of a diaeane whl.fi haa baffled the skill of veterinarian and I have D-en called noon to make Inveatlgatlona uk to the cauae and nature of the mal ady, aaya a Heaver Dam (Wla ) letter to harden and Koreat. At flral It waa thought to be anthrai and aumploa of the blood and section from the apleen und other Internal organs were aent to the bureau of animal Induetry and to Ir. Kuaaell of the State 1'nlveralty for hicterlologlcal examination. Numer ous bacteria were found but the bacil- lim anthraala waa not preaent The horaea affected were In the majority of rae heavy draft horses from the lum ber camps. These anlmala were brought from the woods la the spring, usually lu good condition, and turned out to pasture. Moat of them were fed grain 7. bile on pasture. On the farm of M. C. F. Keynolda. Hay ward. Wis., over seventy horses have died during the paat four years from thla peculiar mal ady. The paature contained about 4i0 arrra, 300 acre of which had been broken and seeded to timothy. Adjoining thla waa 100 acres of "slahlnga." or land from which the tlrn Ur had been cut but which had never been broken. Thla was thickly covered with golden-rod. On one aide of the farm la a lake with clean gravel bottom and shore. The lake la fed by aprlnga. There lu no marsh or low land on the farm. I'pon Investiga tion I became convinced that the cauae of the trouble waa to be found either In (he food or water and watched the horaea rlorely for several daya and aaw thew eating the golden-rod greedily sjme of them, especially thoae affected, teeming to prefer the plant to anything else. 1 alo vlalted the farm of I'eter j Truai, near an Clair. There la no go!.lcn-rod to be found on this farm and the disease has not made lu appear ance. During the past summer Mr. Truai placed ten horses In paature near by where the plant waa plentiful and eight of them dlej during the summer and the remaining two are affected. When the healthy horses are taken from the paature In the fall the disease disappears. None of the animals at tacked by the malady has recovered, and medicinal treatment doea not seem to produce any beneficial effecL The appetite remalna fairly good during the rutire course of the dlnease. Death takes place In from two weeks to two mouths from the onset. I am fully convinced that this dWea e Is due either to tome poisonous principle in the plant or dome parasitic fungus upon the sur face of the same. It la no too late In the son for any Investigation to be carried on In this direction thla year, tut I intend to have the matter thor oughly Investigated next summer. WETTE'S EOIETEOOi : fall. Inalated that the cannon lie fired and I finally Its echoes scurried down to lie j ward until they were heard by the i speck on the rim of the horizon. "I think they have hi ai d us," rho-i'- ed the girl presently. "1 am sure they A 11 ntnrjr. Many strange auevdutr hare beei I -l.it. d wV.lih te m to show almuM hu man Intelllgejce ami tcj. mlng poaeri have ahlfle.l their whcd and ore tnak in animals; but the fulljwing true In Ing for us." jcident. furnished by a cotropanJeni The girl was right and thus It teal of Youth's Companion. sug;cta tbi ; 'bat the speck grew larger and larger, j pnafin of even hljher qualltlea: i Bually developing Into the Oscar II. (in a farm In Indiana there were twe ; The crew or the bark left their vewl I -alK. and In the barn cadi h id a neat In their own host, the captain taking of klllena about the same sge. on op , hla daughter and seven men in one jvnltca sides of the haymow. One ol' n' l men going in the other boat, the rats fell sick; she ha. I a little They saved nothing and will have to cough, and wasted away till It becanu rnt rk to Norway at the expense srt.arctit that he would not Ions bi ; ' 'be Consul. aide to take csre of her family. I One day the two ol I rats were notice' j WHALES anting on a ueam in tne uarn. and tai rtvlilaaila. The aim of civilization la to unify the race, and the most potent factor In civ llitation has ben religion. Jew, ChrUtlan. and Mohammedan agree j that there U one everlasting and true Co.l, wormy ot worsnip. wnowe lawa we diaobcy at our peril. lie v. J. T. Hose. iihm-rver wsa lli'.pieel by sumethin," iinuaual In their actions. They iv:re. to be almorhcd In the roiial.!er.itliin o aonie Important question. Aft) r thl '. ha I hated for some tlmi Tak Their They ft ra4 a4 TSa t Sia. Ixin.lon Spectator: The food of shales has long been known to consist of minute sea crustacea. Mr Cray was lllibaa. The devil la very wicked, false and untrue. The extent of Ma power and I ilimitflitfiillv. knowledge Is not known. He Is a per sonality. He cannot be conceived aa an abstract Influence. I!e goes to church and thrusts himself upon the company of the salnta. Rev. I. F. King. Meih-odlat. FICS AND THISTLES. Xslleil lb Hhv Hew Tommy Tm'e waa jie-t six year o'd. Today was liU birthday, but Instead of having a good time to MWinte such a grand event he had to take enr of the baby. The mother hid gone out on some errands and left him all alone with his little sUter. Tommy felt very, very h.vtly to think such thing had to happen on h!s birthday, and b.'sidea 'Itlle Nellie cried a great deal. He diil no know what t.i do w:h her, of coiire. he loved her dearly, hut did not en) v taking rare ot her when the waa fretful. Aa he stood at the window Nid II row n came nut In play on the al.le wi.!k. "Come out. Tommy!" "I can't." shoutel link the little prln ner. "I've got to If t.d the baby." "S'liut the door tight, and she can't ret out!" ei-rea Hied Ned. Tommy thought It over. He knew more about liable than Ne 1 Itrown did. He thought Nellie nil;lit burn her elf. or pull the rover off the table and brisk the limp, or s.ime other thing that balile eevni to Inve to do. Ah! I bright h! came Into Tonimy'a head. Ik rail qillcklv to the closet, got the hammer and tacka and then went over to his baby sieter and drove thtee tacks right through her pretty little dresa. tautening hrr down tlRht to the floor. Yhn thl wua down he ran out of I'ocrs as fnt ax his little fat leg could iarry him. In rwh a hurry was ho to ' . L . L - ...1 ... .!.. fet to p. ay inai ue ncgirvicu iu .iui Li door tightly. In about an hour Toiumy'i mother returned, and much to her surprise she fonud her baby daughter out on the lop Itep! Hoth her chubby armn and dim j.led ne-.'k were bare, for she had no dress on. Her mother picked her up end carried hrr Into the silting room. There was the llKle frock nailed to the floor, In torn condition, ahowing how very hard baby m-int have struggled lo get away, and of course. It had lo be Viil Into the rag bag. Tommy cam? In soon afur and wa very much it'onlnhi d at what his mo ther told him. "I never did see such h baby." lie nld. "1 thought yml only wlehed l kep her out of mischief, and I (elt sure Ih- natt would do that!" Tommy's mother klunik lur hrad. n in iu li a to say. "I uevrr lld ec s.'cu t Iml" gaa Ftanclsoo CU. the will and strong rat got down fron I '"" "" ,un ,mvi- the be..,.,, su.l going to the n.vt of hci' b,,, """'ed l n.anner of feeding and .mt. lel frlrn.l nro-eeded lo carrv Ih. 1 th' ,n h,rh ' " "P kittens from It one by one to her owt neat on the other side of the haymow The dying mother watched e.crj meal. "No doubt." he wrot "whales are very particular In the quality of their food, for they are never to be motion of h-r sympathetic friend untl . , " " ,. T. , " ... . - . . i . i Dl" almoat Invariably In clean, clear, the H.t kitten had ber. is.fr y trans I lUrk.bll, of M lnyf.fTrrahXrr' fcrrcl to the home of the other am j Tne m,y , mhph ,. ..... ...... ". --- f,,j, I. t choose spot where the f oml Is plentiful, and swim backward and the beam, went out of the barn an n never seen again. The o'hir cat brought up bnth fam Hies as one, treating !1 alike, untl they were old enough to snlft fur them t. Ives. Umi s tnll lliil, rorward for ?oo or SiXl yards, with the nose JuM undor water. They Invari ably swim rrom one aide of the beat back again to where they started from, with thr'r mouths open. They then rloae their Jaws and swallow the food caught. Major John tl. Ilourke. formerly alf "Tl"''p wnl on ,hl" r feHlinj lo tieii. ral Crook, once showed hlnis- l . r(,r n "T or '. fr hat they an efrertlve peacemaker. He persimd Uopper under the heareat Ice. cd a lond of Apa. hea to go back tt! ,n'' '1mP hen l,nll thrV r,m, owl for their reiervatlon by prrsentlng a doll exercise or another niial. fnllke other to a pnptHise. The rtory. as told In thl warm-blooded animals, they do not re Portland Oregoniaii, Is as follows: ; I"1"1 ,0 breathe through their noetrllc Ceneml Crook was trvlna to nut n'l,, "iIP- H' do not do so. Every step the good maa takes tueani i ini'thlng. The man who rules himself will be king to others. Time spent In watching a hypocrite la time wasted. Whoever fights against truth la sure to lose in the end. True faith can never be destroyed by being disappointed. If wc love our enemies It la certain that the devil hates us. Character building la bigger work than building railroads. We were living Ihe life of tame g..id llnJies III the little town f MMIVer. for Vlvrette, baring declHntl that the limit i-oiiii.oli.hii'e renlli-in would la I hi' only c-irrei'i divers.oii for such a ruiiiiilitii' couple n we. bud ii't all my pinna for willivlliig ber properties at Ibe tlrst uiiliilercstlus tutl-u on Ihe road, iiu.l ended our wedding trip In forty iiilnut.nl. A week after the clolienscut she drifted ii.lo the liieukfust room with ib-nu .luk clii- ks un.l a rose lu ber hair, shimmering cap -a pic iu s June UioruiUjt U-auiy such that uo suftpti l.le iii.-iu could I "k at w ltu impunity, tihe had excited eyes, aud the anticipa tion of a smile louxiiiit a corner of l.er limiith. and n gleeful tilt to ber beud that pi'i. Ki'.l the w ind Lnd vecivdl. and she wns nlni'dy itl ou amitlier ri'iieh. "I. you knuw." ah aald. after up turning from ti' v side of the table, "I haven't hnd a letter for scveii days. Such a thing? hiian't bnp-li'l altwe I lelt li. y l-iirdlng mli'K.I. We must Lave I .i n having a ridiculously B d lime." "1 tli.iiulit you want. (I a eliiinue, or I klu.uld buve r. ritteii you," wild I. till, ihin'tT' she ciliil. "None of jour ll.Vilcgiei. Willi Iwllid letter this niclltll. pIl'UlM'. 1U lllllliltll nilHJ' ainute Uie now. titili-es you seut liL-e ;ld '.Mother'!! belter we'ie rxr-'H'tlug jlin -on r llday-tell ine all bIkiiiI yoiir s.'ll' kind. I'en le coliipuilu so of their letters. I'm suie I never got a stupid one Itl my life. I snpHw.e niiuniii-e Is only sulijtiilve. nfter nil. but rewlly. ltol.lii. I've beeu fairly uttBU'il with adventure ever since I wa Uiru." "True.'' saul I, "Jou weie a found-llxi:.- "To this day." ahe continued. "I nm t go down the sticet without srt'ilU a ruimuny hoise or a Cbluese fuueinl; It s fate. Itolilu." "And jet. you want letters which, while iiiii'iic.l. tire the most exciting things lu life If you nte sun" lliey Die uot bills." "Kilt If they were from real le'I.le." said Mvette, innsini:; 'f I culd gi't at their rinl selves, not ll.ciii through tluit ilii ui -m im- bait' that surround Hie. but know their real thought nnd ailil'lli"l.:;.le;id ll.elll iu the urigiiuil UU'l not triumluted Into the diiilo't of my owu f.M.lih In tin -nh. wliat delightful noliitiu that woiihl le!" "Why not advertise for n.ne"ioinl eiiis In a luatrliiioLial agency?" I sug gesteiL 1 1 r oiilvi- imd imuml like Hie shadow of a chin. I Iii.iii a stiliny I. II m.'. I'-e fore the w.nil weie luet ") t th she I ml sprttnu for a tclegroph blank nn. I Xuitl U tiui lo s-rillilc i ib scr'ptiou of ber rlisruis. I am never q'.llte so much 111 b.vi' with Xli.'lte as a lien die 's willing. Th alwunl in-ni-licr In which lie hobU her a-n that mciiin to guii'.o i.ilh. r tl.nii le InvcU .y l.er ijiui-uly la la I f.renngi'r-tlielr Intl.- liiiiriiei to ti e Ink well ami hur ried acTainldt, to overtuke br thought a the ln-w Itchliig nlteniita of her put-Mil Ii.h u s'll iiuii.aiiagenlile wonl. the thy riinuis to variorum lllnl Unii the i:id-hcr lui.utli lit Kiiin.- with the eii-vler-her tllna tH.us with the blotter and i:fc) other tiny tricks and i.eeluie. make Yivet c's c Hurts 111 eu!i..iiibli u cap tivating .'i'forimiii e. I lan over tii.il klsre.1 the top of her bead for her. "I don't iiille know how to ile'rllc tuy M ir." sin' oiil. lefliljuotlllg a llllle tint of l.n.wn hair tluit had ou.v li'ii In r lann:. "Of ii.uirc my foit'liead I ni.v ami inj eyes aie all right, cx.vpt they're not the same color, ami I'm Hi t altogether niluiii ed of my iic." and she felt ot it with n stmight liu.-er. Wli.-it do j..u think of lit) n.oiitli : it's a deal tii lui'tty," said I. tryla It. "Would you my mythltig about mr itirs?" sn lil Ylvette. tryllis to stretch t belli a lltth'. I la-g.in a link' k'lilli'. but sli' li.tcr IHiitcd tin'. "tif i-oiirae I can't put that in! I think II will have to go as It U"-nlid she t':nl H over, U-gluiiIng: "A sark- dug, grin ile bruiielie of twenty-thice. who migt.t 1 I lie daughter of d'Ar tagi.nli and l.lnli' l.rrlll"-nii.l I'lid Iml. tMiJe-'t. tiintriiui'iiy. Adiliess llox UL Ma Ml era, I, u." Thla. with luy own inlvertla.'iiient. which she did very n-ttily, !. twrlt Ing me down a Klihiiig licro i f lite tiiiiila hortl. aiN-nnil In the next liuiii-la-r of tin' "Matrliuoiihil Tin e." and we g.ni.l'l.d wildly over the issue of tlie exploit, lu I In days the ivturus la-guu to arrive. ai:d by Ihe eiiil of llw w-k I had rviflvcd f..ity-tliie ic-dii-s lo ber lifty-ol.e. but by n curious oillH Lieu, c wo eoi b lo.i'lveil twnty- l ! quurrel over the nilsalllsnce. I say iiu.'irrci iron v iv.nie -one is oo one n tntere'iwl In leiiipting the hew It. I.uig smile tli.it rti. keis III her eyes. th-H catches her lips, when the current of humor swirls, and If her mol fU Into a .1 1 ID u re iuletiie, that registers Ihe minimum degn-e of vlteaae c.n-ili-iit with her tcincriiiiictit; and. tliuiigh I have nu her s rli.us. It bo never la on my provoking. MET AFTER VEAP9. Hut wlmt i I "Hying? We obtywd at i-naui ptirMnu's, for the novelty of the thing -what would we not do for a new sciuuiMon'i and. with ItJichet as a war cry, slip swirled into a fanlnatl.: sortie iiiu my pretended Jealoiuy. 1 fell fsllly III of the name of liacbet. which she' flung at nie rdgewtse tiiniugh the owii il.Kir. as she left ine. nud tw litenil through Ihe keyh'ds bi--f ;iv she enter il. Mo smiib. "Thou art in jr KuclH't, bidleve me" "promlM thou ne'er will diii-lve ni'" with sui eiliitive vnrl.ill.itin. She tunned the eat Kim het. and ahe l-rllail the waitress to ask every niomlng: "Will you have lU. het un.l eggs or b-efteakr hhe gave remarkable Imitations of tbo iinine with a huge watchman's rattle. She wrote Kai.het oil the mirror with soup. I U.re It all meekly, lieing mere aiMiM-d than 1 pn'tended. It Is one of our lilies that you mustn't return pie In the mine wnl : I. lit I wns liiiI.-r.Hlga Lie rrla Srne la a Inn.ln 11,11 tl ! T. m-'lrn. tendon T"1"rrph Thr w? 3 c narkahle s"ne at a Norihiml"-rlsii I a i.niie hotel on Thms'liiy. It ee!i.a that a party of nealy snivel Aniifi istik, tno.it of thi 111 itr..i.r r to en ii sute you. 1 other, wi re rlttlng al luncheon, at ! one or them was with an K:iii!l fi lend. who hod t illnl to fee him. The ron'.enutli.n between the tuo naturally drift, d ba. k to the war time, and the Amerirun, who ha. been a fed eral, dem rlliei some of his adventure, and how at one place the opposing sol diers used to work so near ea. h o'li'-r In the trenches that they were able to engage In conversation, and surrn titioualy exchange tobacco and tea the Northerners having plenty of th latter and none of the former, while the Southerners were In exa. liy the opposite condition. Hut, he continue.), the most curious "swop" he ever ma !. was a small packet of quinine for a pound of tobacco, to which the con federate addeil a curiously carvel wooden pipe. That pipe he had kept ever alnce, be-caune he regarded It and the tobacco as having saved his llf"; to my vMi.'li- adorsilon of Mies 'or somrhow or other hla superior of- l eiitln'rlHitie's ix.rtn.lt. and lur name. lend. Uk' Itself to sj iiilmlW ul r'pr-eiitn-t Ion. I niliini.il my hat with chicken feather and w Islilmin- and flaunted the tokens l.cf..re her rival. After wveml das of the fane. Vlwttc .r -xi a i. tiirn to the city. I -vas nwiililng this and had my traief Hi t mid iMilled with It.'i. hel's addn-as. We weie In tow 11 forthwitli. and at our lilUcheoll nt Ihe iafe. Vlvelte ani'tiiil a .iiner of a table 111 a wli k.nl little Imtiiict of ber own fiiliiieutlon, iimiieiivteil lh oiivr:itioii In an oeit Jtt.-mpt toexelt'' my curiosity. t heie Is 1 'hosier tn et ? ' slie sske.l. Two liiili.lnit Olid eleven Cheater slni t was the alleged leaiitemi' of Mr. Kaclift. "It's out by the CoLwtviitory of Musi"." I rcid iil. "a small liotiee on ll.e (nnuT o Hiklle lie ifii.ciery." Why. how do you know!" said Yl tic. "I've known Arthur U.kIh'1 all 1:1 jr life." I still. "You're a horrid thlns-yoii mm jour ol.l ri':itheilM.ner said Mvette. I ilni'l iH'lleve )ou." "She i Hot old. I cxelalliml. foe la o'.ilj liiiiel.i 11. bns the i.iiiib-xloi of nu lufiinl and cull sin-nk r'H'iuli. I hot' she ha U-tter manners than your. I sluill call and see Ibis after liooll." "; nl.mg! I shall la" busy myself," K.111I Ylvette, out of the side of her 111. null. "Where an' Jen going" I anke.l. "I'olifi'Ni you'll Jc;..llr "he ioUled. iinhe.1. I am." I snid. aud Ylvette was ben-clf ag.'ilu. She gave tne a iiiliil'ort.lldi' d.-ni"l.strliili. and left me. saving: "I'siewcli: I hall see jou at illnncr ll'iie." I was sute of It thai I Imd It or dered r.lted at '.'ll Chester sin-ct. w Iik-L. It Is time In confess, had b.ng U'cn a pncrty of mine a haunt In the old days when 1 was Weliming t. make my reputation In Hie Komnuce nsM-lNiioii. nnd hnd many au out-of-the-way IlliletvoUk. I niiiHt i-onress. l-ai. that I had Sla nt aevernl hours lu an Ineffectual ss-andi for Ml r'cntlicrliolK'. wlei bad. it sii'ined. M-nt li'i a fill address end tlM.imti I sliimlitnt h.i-" iiiIimIihI ile-s.-ril'tlU the Mil to Yivelie If It had l I'M au.-. vast ul. y. I I f'lt very y.c.ng nt the pno.,ait of Idling her Imw 1 lu.il Ih-iII s.Ml'illcd. tlio.lull I had Uo suaplcli.ii of her hniid in tlie game. I got to mr hoitae t.i.ne t. oou; for. as I piilhl up Ihe front shades aud e:iv. IliV Itiatrilcllol'S to Jl.e' I-. I ' a familiar little ilguie coming up the walk end curiously ni-oiiisiitertiig the i.irh for the unnila-r. Jn.aili met her at the ibxir. ""'I ttx,t" my rolgli. 1 heard an 1 liilauate c..ll.niy lu the hull. Atior a lew iiiomeuis 11. came to me and sni.l' -It can't I the lady joii'te rxi-.! Ini? at all. sir. She wants to set" Mr. lio.l.ei nil rltlit. end mad' out she unnt.1l to sell Itl 111 some si vli ted eoap. lr It;. 1 line' the liauie, air; nud wluit kball I mvY" vn.l Jii.-oli hniidml Hit a card i0 which was engraved: MISS l"KATIII.Itr.MU I'll Cheater Street. And Ylvette. dlin ling gaily, with ber hni a lut atilt. eiitenil ami compti nieiiietl the pirlio carive. giving me four kisses; one for lieravlf r nd one for Mls rcnlherla.i'e to me. nud two fnnu the same vivacious pair for Arthur lUigelal'iirg Uachet.-Tbc Mrk. fleer had come to know that he pis aeased a quantity of "the weed," at. I ordered him to report himself concern ing It. Ih-rore he could r'Kaln his p.ist a skirmish occurred, end the man who was In his very place wns killed. At this point a tall, sunburnt Ameri can with white hair and beard, w ho had been listening to the other with con siderable emotion. Interrupted with, "Excuse me, though I am a stranger to you, but didn't that Southerner t' il you that the quinine was for his ilt'i" daughter, who was down with fever?'" "Yes." said the other, "and didn't the Northerner aay that his little g.rl st III of fever, loo. but he would shar he r medicine with the other little one, even without the tobacco" "Why, yea." cried the original nir rator, "I believe ho did, and that 11 me." "And I was the Southerner." cried th Jther. "and here Is my daughter, wbnue life you helped to save, and here's oti of my grandchildren with hr?" The Englishman who was pn-ri: says that there was then such a scene of handshaking. Introductions and con gratulations as mint have made people at the other tables think that the com pany must have been visitors from Ih-d-lam. The Northerner ha 1 also a daugh ter with him, who Is a widow, and the embrace of the two women who ha I never seen each othfr before, but whose early lives had so closely touched, was peculiarly affecting. "And to think we should m-et each other so far from home, and In Eng land, too." exiaimed cnc. God bls Kng'.and for It. c.iy I." re plied th other. Ta wVarlrf'a Sew paper. A statintlciun has learned that tha annual aggregate circulation of the papers of the world la calculated to be i;,iaai.0i.0til copies. To grarp any Idea ot this magnitude we may state that I, would roter no fewer than li'.Ci square milis of surface; that It Is print ed on 7SI.IV) tons of paper, and. fur ther, that If the number (I2.o0.o-i.v""l represented, instead of copies, second-;, It would take over 3-3 years for them to elapse. In lieu of thla arrangement we might press and pile them vertical! upward to gradually rea- h our highest mountains. Topping all these, and even the hlghent Alp. the pile would reaih the magnificent altitude cf V'i. or. In round numbers, 10 miles. Cal culating that the average man spends Ave minutes reading his paper In thi day (this Is a very low estimate), w.j And that the people or the world alto gether annually occupy time equivalent to lon.noo yeara rending the pap-rs. tluffalo Commercial. We please God bos, when our live. - J"-; ; -f, point airaigui iu vimm. The peace that la unspeakable la al a ttnoKK. miKuiiiir. hand or Ap.n lies back on the rrxerv hut couldn't catch them without killing them, nud he wouldn't do that. Dm day 1 hey raptured a papoose and took W hales ran sleep aa well under water ks they do upon the surface, as I have often seen them disappear under solid Ice and remain Ihere for many hours ways speaking for Itself. The man who lives only for himself couldn't be engaged In any smaller bus Iness. The mother of Mosra did more fot her whole gnllcry 011 tl.e llr over against nine, ami cvutctiiph.t.il them very sorlmie'y. Shi was sitting la'toiv inc. with her clilu on my shoulder, so I lint her Jaw ilrttii.il Willi delicious little Jumps on my clavk le aa l.e chattered. ""Aicni th.'V niiil.llile! she sold. her to the fort. She was quiet all dey ! Rl " ,ln"" "''" rim aaieep but her black beads of eyes watcl.ig wUn XMr n"a'U dl,mn ni oni' ll'0lr everything. When night came all. "" """'"' 'h water, broke down nud achbed as a whltt; vaiuiag 1. oblige, child would. j "popper." asked the yottnx weman. The fort waa In Oct-pair until Majoi 'why U It that you have never done Ilourke had an Idea. From the adju ' anything to make you fanuiusT" tiint a wife l:e borrowed a doll that ha.i "Never thought of It." Mid the old ionic- to the adjutant s little girl th ni;,. ' What had I better do-bolt the previous Christmas. When the youna ,,,.Up, or uk wU, o( pfnt Apache underrtood It was hcra to k.-ci Wedlclnc?"-tndlanspolla Journal. ner sous reascii anil sue leu asleep. When morning rnme the dull wai' erjr :. still clasped tightly In her arnw, Sh' "On what ground do you want dl- played with It all day, and seemingly, trorce?" asked the lawyer ot hla client, all thought of ever getting buck lo tin "My wife graduated from a cooking trll.e had hit her. ! school and la doing her own work." Several daya pinunil with no alga el "There will be no trouble about It at overture being made by the tribe, ar.d nil." Detroit Free Tre. finally In despair tho papoose, with 'he the world than the king who built th I "Aren't tl'cy n lo get along with, pyramids, t;,.uigli Every ol:e bus a rev.initiieinl. The tin that will stick to you la the ml""' ' " T'i'-t girl a reren iuvs. n,.,.,...u,.ii.......i.k . Sueh an Bggrt gallon- all stars. t.i. . , , . 1'ia.r Ihliiga! 1 li't marry llieni all i ..urn v ui.ot. The faith that will move mountains after awhile la moving a good many smaller things now. It must he a s. tiled principle with the Christian that hla life In Christ shall be a lire ot faith. The world la robbed by the mat. w !io Uvea In It and goes out ot It withaul having lived for lla good. One difference between heaven and airlk l thai In heaven eva.rtKii.lw K.v ....... .... I one," and Ylvette set two together. O..IS. ,u i.ir .,.,r ,. Iil(.,it w ,,.r , The woman who gave the two mites i.u-im-is. mating up Ihir tciniH-ra- didn't do anything more than every I 11 cuts, nualit es nnd moral ttiwia. an l II Ah TevaalasleS r ) Mallet Is I'raatlrr Tsvts. It w.is lu the early days of a town In Souvhwrrtern Kaustia. The dead!) j:V was the iiHvst navtcd law of I the l.Li'f and dally !nd ulghtly '.u lb ! hulf d.a."U rulo'iis which the embryo '.city aupia.rted was i-tingregatnl as ri.i'gh a set of men ouM le found ' In nny tow n of the sir- west of the Mla ! sis: 'ppl. spending the time lu gambim ' si-1 tart'Ua'.n.. Mounnli of all Ihe roughs was E.I .......... 11.. 1, ,.i ntrl.i unti tle III the chii I. Holdn? It s Ha. Uid thev .nu t ' ' ", , . .. . ..... I mlivd ofT. sunehow! Ileu s one l.anoie 01 ui. ....... . - who is inHl.ll-nszl. Ii"l lid, bill j by bis laud tight hiltniiu lalng ua.l ls the ola t - pn fer hulv w ith In- !) ., ,,t to thcii long h ni.'. I'riilher'a ,le,v..d. nt fortuni'. but would la. L,d j , i,. ,0 liuvt lntelllge,,. ktleahul,. U K.hI . i kiu-Just ll,,' thing lu ...y tollec JaccVptatne of ti e tin,..- I ciVd. "berv-lvautlful a l''II.M '' ralnla.w lace l.oto.. al.le M .uru her I lliese two ili-cja-rudia . ' J J ow lit ...g and enjoys i.ui.ic.- " mvu the o.I.er was " "That match mil la made lu Mul ! m- got l".o r-oilde the 0..1. r waa al- illv. iw. .f not lu hc.iv. ti: tn' .be liv.l wayaon uan.i ... ., DUa'l Na4 la Mar 1 1 l'rinl4 "I never will forget the queer Imi Jenta and experiences I had when I first bought a typewriter and sent on In print my correspondence ar.d bills lo my cuatomcra who lived In the rus tic regions about me." said a merchant from a backw-oods town. "Several of my patrons dmptcd me and I was at a loss to account for their manner, which changed toward me. At last the mys tery was solved. A burly young farmer drove up to the store, tlej up his ox- n and stalked Into mr oHi. e. "Mr. lilank,' laid he. id have you to know that I know how to read wrltln' and yvs don't hae to print your letters an I bills when jou ten! them to me. I don't propose to tie Insulted in such a manner.' He then threw down the Li ter on my desk and stalked out."--Ixiulsvtlle Courier-Journal. lover of Christ should do. FAMOUS FOLK WHO RIDE. ilotl still In her possession, was sent bark. When the child reached the tribe with the priie grasped In bet chubby hands. It created a ansatlon among the native Americana, and het mother later went back to the post with It. She waa received In a hoi- ..liable niillinpr an it Itliotlv li-eutn an, I the effect tf her visit wsa uuch that I through her ovcrtuni were made to- i trsiss. tho ttlho, wlib the leaiilt that soon "You soem to h.we somclhlng wc'.ja klterward the whole band moved bar. IK yor nii''. Teddyr on the rcfirve. ! "Well, 1 haven't. Io you think my ! mind It a pair of scutes?" lain"! let snv siwtie iM 'it- -, I "Oh, wn; scst sre evenly M"t llaaa Safferlao Suffering la partly the product ot aln. partly of Ignorance. It Is designed for correction and perfection. It stimu lates men Intellectually, thus leading to discovery. Invention and universal progress. He v. J. II. Crura. .he eyrs. ... Pugilist James J. Corbett now re joices In the possession of a gold plated bicycle. Th llran.l t)uchaa nf lecW tenhurs. Schwerln has given u, each member ol , J- TTaV."isV oX . ' Tliou' ri'tinlueil two ptiotograpt hovever. at the ci'd of the gauie. that iieltlier of it was coutenl to assign lo- liaUticiiic une clsinicterlstii' nnd an oilier Willi a iiiliu li lies" nnd laii na. y that L. lis nalniok with e.Jety Miitil teiitv-l aiuorou intiides had Ihvu paiitai ..nr. ninl 1'ie'r k-tiers sppro prmlcly tf.-ubliraiied. Thus wore llie I.h.m' strings of destiny tied lip In Mai lt, vclt that 11 1 tilt lV Itoblii ltc.lt. oth nnd a very pink yoiiiirf huly. with her ami ha mis ber suit a bicycle. Thirty-nine wheoit . 1 1 were rryyucu. Scrvla Is waking up. and several modern cycling tracks are on the tapis Bether. Mine, the sender claimed, wns - . . . ..... M . l.lu. . ... . i. 1. . ., - K, II l.ivseii.me.ii oi ioe ii-nn.cra "i .1 .aa A. ra.ng Aiea.uii r .. . " 1 Aliclrt Eeath.'riaine. ami this, with tho affair does not lack tho sanctlun ol . , lWritii... of her mental nt- fashion. tribute, waa so lw Ilderlng revela tion f feminine tranacendence that I could by uo means feel that Mr. lltuiiet There would never be a straight fur row. If farmers plowed aa aimlessly as I was worthy of her. some professed Christiana live. Mrs, Caary: "Harrlgan a daughter U Arthur Itagi Islmra Unrhet. VWctte'a iet tMiTsaiiidcnt. had what she l- tiH..v.ti.-tw f--vlt.-.l a "at .n.ii.ii' liend tuiulu out lor a medium, .-.is no us alM, tiHtneik iA, nir ivason for u.t hear in' volcea In the up-ivr a.i, tucy ij, J.altts. Jet her barefaced, w r tell me." Caaey: "I lnv U i. svery ship of this jet;... Ad"tii eroM tut r li. ...! I.... a )... Tctta to rvt.1 1 1 R t ll. Slid I C i ill '. d 111 S - .. . ; .w. ..... ..... .. I,,., .la.mi , . reckleafl eillerV er an rrionrminr u.-..-. . .... . .-...v.. rV b.o vr i a t:r t i.v I I res lTia. Hio tragic end of tins trien.iaiup cuiri' one summer morning. I tamer had Just siuveaafully "stood otT" a sheriff and hi iv, and the crowd ..f loi'.'h wa eoiiregutitl lu hi sa- l.a.n conmlulatiiiS blm. dtlliklug to bis health aud celebrating Ihe oc casslou by llUlnS theiua. lvea up Willi what la known In Western veniai -wl.tr n "forty nal." picpanitory to lerror Ixiim the town. Suddenly 1'rather drew hla revolver frot.i Ihe snllaltl. and saying: "t. watch me put a bole through lUllv's hat," tired. Then' v n a yell of agony, and WeRs fell lo the rl.air. wound. tl to the death. "Mv God! bave I killed him?' were rrather'a tiist words. Thell. throwing down bis revolver, he sprati,; to the aide of the wounded num. Jut as tho last quiver came over the prostrate form, nnd the soul went to reiiuer it account. Kor the tlrst time ta years a solitary tear coursed down over the hardened feature ot the man whose bauds were liewiy stained with blood of a fellow creature, but, ashamed of Ihl momen tary vUlenit of emotion, he hastily brushed away the tear. and. turning lo the bir, called "Prink f.r the crowd ml ll.e c.ir..c.il went on, I Tint waa one in. re chapter a.' b 4 to A Caatluaa tlaanrler. During a winter vh.lt to Florida An drew Carnegie attended sctvLe In a Ut ile negro church. When the contribu tion plate came around Mr. Carnegie dropped a 'i bill upon It. Af'.ir th.' contents of the plate had been co.m'.rd the clergyman aioae and atiumitnni; "Hretheren and sisteren. th roll.'crlun this evening s-ems to figure up )ii 44. and If the li bill contrlb ited by the rcntl "man from the north I g.-nulne, Ihe repairs on Ihe sanctuary w ill begin Immediately." Argcnaiit. A I battip First Summer Girl "I haven't anv Ore for that young Mr. Atherton th .t you Introdviced to me." Second Sum mer Gitl "Why not?"' First Summer r.lrl "Oh. nothing; only he ask'-d ns :o taken walk with him down the ba. h last evening and w hen he came a!t I oie he waa carrying a cane." Soinrr vllle Journal. Tks lam Thlnt. iMIsa Jelhia Uo Miss Mature, wh-i It indsome. but not so young as she u l i be I t.ei." ... ."' . ... v., i , ail j.u'.iitK m l..'" .. Rates, Marssml f.t'l n f -n. -t . v be chct'tlu'ly giv.-i "i i ; tiou. .ltl tlH. Vrt M,...,..Kv .'-i I'lr; o.i W.;h )uur Ki.er V.'.s: ? r c' I o-.-t t ;':'f wv. tti.t hn I .j.t...- .I..-.' - . .,.1 . . .ir. I I ho. V. liu i vtawO ktiuu.i. I '1-itM'