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WUAT MV T.OVr.K SAIII.
fly tlio merest chance, In the twilight Bloom, In ttio orchud pith lie mt mo In the tall, wtt tcraos, with Its faint p;rfnme And I tried to pats, hat lie undo no room; Oil 1 1 tried, but ho would not let mc, 80 1 tood ana blushed till the groM grew red, With my face bent down above It, Whlh he took my hand as howhl.t,'rinr mid How the clover lifted each pink, nweethtad 1 o llMcu to all that my lover raid Oht the clover In b'.oom- I love It. In the hlfch, wet gra went the path to h'de, And the low wet leaves hung over! But I could not paa Uon either ldc, .For I found inywlf, when I vainly trial, In the arms of my stiadfast lover; And he he'd mc there and ho raled my head Whl'c he clo)cd the path before me; And he looked down In mr urn. nn.i Jlow lliu leaves ucut i.omii Hum tuo iHiugtis 11 er ncau To listen to nil that mv lover said I Olil llm Uhus hanging lowly o'er me' Had ho moved nslde a little way, I could surelv then have n.iiiri1 Mm. And would not have heard what he had to say, ij.im 1 oniy osl je litre cast lilm. It wai almost dark, and the moments sped, And the (farthing tight-wind found us; . But ho drew ice tunrcr and softly said How the pure, sweet wind grew still Instead, To listen 1 1 all that my lover said I OUI the- whttper.nirwlnil aiound us! I am sura ho knew, wt,cn he held me fast, TlutI must buni: unfllllng, Vor I tried to co. and I would Imrn ni..i As the night was coining with It dew at last, And the iky with stars was flhlng; But he clasped mo close whin I would have lieu, And he m.de me hear his story, And his soul camo at from Lis lips am! said How the stara cimc out whore tho ithlto moon led To listen to all hat my lover said ! Oh the moon and stars In glory I I know that the grasaandthe leave will net till, 1 And I'm sure the wind precious rover 'Will carry his secret so ea'vy an 1 well, AmI that no being will ever dl jeovi r One word of tho many which rapidly fell From the eager llpj of my lover, hall never reveal what a fairy-like spell They wove round about us that night In tho dell, In the path through the dew-laden clover; Or echo tho whlper thit made my heart swell As the) fij'l from tho Hps of my lover. 1 1 ir . 11112 .story or a ium;u. IlEltTIIA MAY, ST. l.OUIS. I was Just aovontrcn; not hnvirg on stored society, i was not allowed to havo Wiy friends among tontlomon. Papa was firm in this, so wlion bangles ho oan.0 tho rngo for in gids, my colloc tlon hail to bo mado amongst my broth era ami cousins only. I Was tho only daughter in tho family, which consis; od of papa, ,:ammi, and my two old--er brothora. So you can readily under stand how ardently I was beloved and potted by all tit homo. Papa, so re served to tho out3ido world, allowed mo to rule him right royally. My mother refused mo nothing, and as to the boys they were my liumblo and willing alnvos. I loved thorn donrly in return; but of my brothers. Jack, tho .oldest, was my pride. Ah! bow I fond Jyl oved my handsomo sailor brother. Chart 0 was iu business with papa, but -Jack bad followed tho deep nine sea. llo was just on tho ovo of martin" on 41 two years' cruiso at the time was collecting my banglos, and Just boforo .lonvlng, ho gavo mo a live-dollar gold piece, will! his name, "Jaok." instead of a monogram, and houeatb it 11 shin -on-grayed. i soon grow tirod of my monograms, :and discarded tbcm all, savomy absont brothor'?. His, I wore, constantly at taohed to a bracolot. At nuppor ono -evoning I was startled by Charlie ox .eluiniiiigi "Look thorel Aimio; your ihraeelot is broken!" 1 glanced down nt my arm; there hung tho Blonder gold chain lo which Jack'K souvenir Jind boountiashed, but tho bangle was nl'ning. Tear wero in my eyes. -'Ob, Charlie,'" I cried, "I wouldn t uiiro to loionll my others, but that was thu 0110 that Jnok gavo mo." Papa and Charlie laughed at mv distress over suoh a trifle, but seeing I continued tolok mournful, thoy prora istd to advertise and try inotory way to recover It; but months rolled by, and .nothing was heard of my lost treasure. Itwa9 adism.il ralnv day, Buoh as -wo often havo in St. Louts. 1 bad been to my French losson and after wards to Barr'a to mako joiuo pur chases. Although protoctod by my .gossanior, I rogrottod not having fol lowed mamnii's advl or. tn tnlfA tlm can Inge. I was plodding through tho rain, when I decided that it would be hotter to tako a car. So just abovo Kighth street 1 hailed ono, and enter ed. It was filled as is usual with cars on rainy days, with molanohol'.y look liiij people as.d dripping umbrellas. Directly in front of mo was a gentle man who had risen to give 1110 his pi ico w lion 1 entorod. Ho wns a sin culatly handsomo man, witti cuifct lnrk eyes and closo cropped blown hair, ami, as I judged, In aye. atom twenty-eight or thirty. Although a sitrangcr to mo, ho was eonvernin" with a young man whom 1 well knuv toy sight. Prrsuntly the conductor oamo tor tho fate I handed him mtno, And ho turned to 1I10 gentleman before wo, without glancing. Tho stranger banded hlni a pieoo of money ho drew from his pocket. I saw tho man heal--late, and then baud it batik again laugh lugly. As tho owner received It bo too inughod, and hold tt up before his .friend's oyes. and I saw it was what but my lost bangle! Yes, there St was, shining and golden with Juok's wamo on tt, and tho ship eugravodbo neatb. Involuntarily I started forward to take It rom him. Then I recolloctod how Impossiblo tt was to explain to a strangor, and call attention from all In tho car. So, with a sigh, I saw him drop It again fiowly in his pookot. ilowovor, I was not ao easily daunted. That banglo I must and would have. As I was debating how I should obtain it, I heard him tell his friend ho would atop a momont it tho club to see if 4 hero wero leu era for him. Tho club Jiouso was not far from our homo, so I .hastily decided ou a plan by. whioh (o recover that whtoh I so desired. 1 would follow him, learn whoro ho lived, and send Charllo to him to ask for my lost charm, and mako the noo. ossary explanations. In a few mo monta ho reachod his destination, bade bis frlond good-bye, and jumped from lio car. Aotiug on my resolution, I alighted t tho next corner, and walked uown tho squaro In all tho drilling rain, waltimr for L'Inooumn to emerge from tho club, Very soon ho ran down tho stocs and walkodranidlv 11 tho street I followed nioro slowjy. I had not oountod on his seeing "mo. Unfortu nately ho tumod around nnd illscovorod inn. Oil! If (in wmilil ntilv tint wil- I.,. ,.) ----- v.... aiv.w VUI f(.VlX . I..., again, out no uiu, ami wiwi nn oxpross ...... ,av .... wimuii. Taw was woro than I hud anticipated, ami to 1 turned to cross tho s.rmt and rotraco my ttens homo. In my ombarnsjment I did not seo a loose stono In the crossing. My foot slipped, and down I fell headlong in tho mud, oh, alas! for tho dignified, aristocratic Aimlu Lancaster, sho lay unromantio ally flat on tho ground. In a moment tho stranger wa i at my sldo assisting 1110 lo rise. Dress, cloves and hat were covered with thosoH. ellnglngcnrth.and mini wiin uiuxpressiuiy worc, iny lace was plentifully bodoubed with ll. Hasti ly thanking him for his assistance 1 sped rapidly homo, my tears of mortt llcation a Itllng to my i;oDernl dllapidat ed nppearanco. Fortuuatoly I made my way by asldoontranco without seo lllfr mil nnn.nnil aliii'nn.lv t (l.nnl-.wl .... propltioii'luur that tnlsahiovou jcharllc know nothing of my adventure. Cbarlio and I woro seated Idly In the uurnry, my urowior glancing languid lv nt thn Hoelntv nnliu In llm fl r.1.,. Democrat, and I holding liack a laue curtain, and looking out nt tho clear com wcainor; jusi men auragpafsed u)( nun iiaumiug 1110 reins w pcirec tion of a pair of niaguilioent bays.I ro oofrnlzed thn nwnup tit nit- lnn..L 1 saw him rnun his oyca slowly, and as uiuy rosiou ou me, t tnougiii 1 saw a faint susplclou of a Mntlo on his face, romcmboring most probably mv unro mantio descent In tho niuil. Anxious to know who ho was I called breathless lv. Charllo, Charlie thoro ho ts. Why P What? Whoro Is? said my brothor with an mier iiisregaru 10 1110 proper plac ing of Ids words. Who in tho namo of all thn Olrnitilnn I)uit!a lu lm nn.i why your anxiety? Who! that fol'ow.as iu ouu n 1110 H;r.ingor "UtUl 8 licorgc Daro a now member of our club, and just come to tho olty.hls family livo in tho eat. IIo'3 good looking has a splendid physique, and with plonly of cash likely to bo a lion In nouloty this jour. Butt any, Almle, what make" you so Interested, not struck on hlni by siirb:. oh'!"' I iln wlK. r5hnriii .;, would rofnun from slang in my pres ence, said I, "drawing myself up lohlly and disdaining to answer his quoAlon. "I prtlheo grant me aardon.most grac ious S(VOrolirn."s:llll nlnnlln tiiiil uiill. a mock bow of doup huniility, ho turn cd to lcavo tho room. But anxious to onli3t his sorvlccs, I called him back, iuid told hlni all, savo tho fall In tho strnnt nt. Hint no. ...I.I.. rebollod. "And now Charlie, dear," said I, "you will seo this Mr. D iro for mo nnd have mv tvinnln rntfnr.wl 'Seo Ddro. and dirr.nnil "n. trllllnrr llnl,, ornament," not I, mjs cmol Chatllo! "why, I scarcely know him, ami though llO a awfllllv T)lltU!lIlt to llm l.nva 7,n has much resorvo about him. No' my ijuoon,' continuod by brother tragic llllv. "nsk mn tn Innin (mm nn "1,1 bridgo.todnvo a Tally ho alono through viiy uiumug wnu norn ai 1110 same tinio; ask mo ovon to declare In tho nroioncu of .Tfiolt th nt Tmi nrn not dearest littlo sister in tho world, theso nu win 1 uo at your doniand, but don't ask 1110 to 'board thn llnno-lnsa In 1,1a hnll, and aak tho haughty Dare, for a littlo banglo." Sooing Charllo is obdn rato I refrain from nsking him moro. Without noticing my poui ing ho throws u mrs iu mu, nim mo curtain, and, ilia appears iu tho hall for his own particu lar don, to Indulgo iu a solitary smoae. Tfr ..-. .1.-. t.. iu wu iuu uvuning 01 my nrst ball, when I should mako ray appoaranco iu tllO Social world nt n ilnhiitontu t ... sitting In my protty bedroom by a bright rauuiiuuiiB, waning impatiently tor tho hour lo nrrivo to mako my first Crand tollaltn. Kvnrtthlncrnrnalnrnn.ll. noss, my dross, a Parisian beauty, lay on my nod, my littlo satin slippers (for waiting, ovon mv bouquet which nana l.t.il I.M......1.4 1. ... t. ,'..! . 4 nun uiuukiii, uuiuu UlIUSUII, SIOOU Oil a tablo filling tho room with its fresh SWeut "orfumn. Klnivlir tlm mnmm.!. r " - - ' 'J v..u M1U1UU1IU1 wont by; thou tlto littlo clock on tho uiuuuu ttirucK a quartoror niuo. Suro- lV nOW it W IS tlnin In drni.ii A ... minutes later Annetto my maid, knook- uu uu tuu uoor. i sprang up to com mence my toilotto. At length it wus completed. I stood before tho long poor glass to survoy mysolf. 1 smlloit with nleasurn nt llm Inm mil.mi.1,1 x - -..w iwituiiivui MV llrciSS 1VIIS nt rlrli nrnnnn. u!H- ..,1.1. draperies of yollowish laoo, (rato old nnlnt il mnnm...,.. 1 1 .. i fw.u v. iuhiuuiu ni ii,iiu iuukuu woniior- ll ...1.1- 1 I luiiv vr mi wiui iuy uarK auuurn hair, ami doop bluooyes. Mamma's woddlng iiniiB mo were at my intoat ana oars. io :oKt in tho costumo savo a cluster of soft olnk llin.HM rnqnmulj tl.ot r...3lr.l mld'st tho laeo on my bosom, and tho uuuiiuut. oi rostiijuua i oarrlou iu my hnim. My oyes Bparkled with pleasur Mo anticipation, my checks glowed with excitement. Altogether, I was conscious I was looking my best. Catching up my cloak and glovea I ran down to tho ait tmg room To tho question, "am I oharmlmj?" Papa ropllod, smiling: "A Vision nt lovllnoss, mv pot." Taking my hand in his. ho "cor.tinued: "Seo her :igerncss, Mario." (turning tD mv niotncr), "Will it bo so at tho end of the season, I wonder?" "I trim so iler," mamma replied; "1 hope her inniijo uu .i iigni, anil sua 4rew mo towards hor and kissed me tondly. Mamma was not woll onough to ac company us, so handing my fan to Charlie, I called to hira to follow, nnd taking papa's arm, dosconded to tho carriage. As I ontorod tho bnll-rnnm I was dazzled by tho llglit, tho tluttcr ui inns, uio nppung laughter, and hum of many voioos that tilled tho tlow-er-lndon air. Our hostess, reolng us, camo Immediately forward. ".hl our lovely debutante,1' at last sho said; "I promlso you will bo tho star of tho evening." Introductions followed, swift ant many, and I was soon whirling In tho midst of tho danoes. In tho interval of some danooa I folt as though some ono was gazing btoadfastly at mo. I raised my oyes and there framod tu tho doorway was tho tall flguro of George Dare. Presently I aaw htm convura ng with my hostess, who looked laugmngiy towards me. Thon thoy upproaoneu, ana boforo-I could avol i was Doing introduced to htm. Iliad only one danco loft, for which ho asked, uu iiuu, oi courso, to grant hu re quest. During tho evening ho asked permission to call, and so tho "woo sma hours" crept on unawares, and my first ball ondod. As I lay down to my dreams I thought it had boon a happy, happy ono. I saw Georgo Daro often at parties, oporas and drives. He was often my escort. Ono day somotlmo after I met dm ho referred for tho first tlmo to our first mooting. Thon I confossod I had boon following him. told him, of my bang p and laughingly demanded ro storatlon of my rightful property. At first ho aeemod to haye forgotten, then ho snillnd. nil I 1 nnwiiiilu.i- I f.ininl I ono day on tho street. Tho glitter at tracted mo, i picked It up, eomo ono told mo It was good luck to find a piece ' J 1 ' I' ' " V. J BUl Ul 1111 1 11 lot, and ho addod musingly It has brought mo tho best fortuno I havo over had, and so ho oonllnuod aloud, it was tho littlo banglo that first oausod you to interest yourself In mo, wai it? I expected lilm to pn HoriU Iramedla.o return, but ho said nothliigof It. Stir- tnlstllir tlml. tin hnrl In 11 t 1UOI ii. 1 said nothing more, but abandoned nil uuiiuD ui ui'r Buuiug it again. Summer camo, and wo wont to tho Soaside. Whlthnr wn wnrn frll..u..l i.n . ..vaw IUI1UIIU.I II, Mr. Daro, and It was Dno day wo wcio "j "" rjiu soa wavos, with inoircroamy crosta lircaklngatour foot, that tiliorcrn I1I1I tun tlint I,.. !...! ... f III .1 -.... v .iu wiuil 1I1U. 1 will not dwoll on tho months that fol lowcd.onougli that thoy wero rnro sweet t n t k in n ll 11.. w.ivq iu mi.-. ik vvs inoovo 01 my woo ding. I had sllnned awav to th 11 itmiv Ing room and was alono with dear Jack's letter in my hand ro-roadiiig tho tho ploasant words that, his orulso at in mm, nu wuuiii 00 nou 0 xor my wed filng. A happy sigh escaped mo, I felt n l.riM.I r..n . 1 I . . . . uiiint iLoiouiuj. on my nair,anu iook ing up.B'j w Georgo standing bv mv aldn regarding mo fondly. I hnvo ti present jim. milium, no paid, tiiKing from his pookct ft small morocco case. Not anotuori' said I, for tho woddlng gifts ho lind already given mo, of sapphires. anil poarls, aero niatoWoss tn their noniiiy, still another, ho said smiling, let mo fnBton it nn vnu tiivtnlf ,lrllni and stooping over, ho pinned somothlng iii iii iny urus.i. i looKou uown. I'hero on my bosom lay sparkling nn oxqulsllo diamond horaoshoo, from the enntro hung pendant a small circlet of illn. nnlt.li. ..til I. I I- -I iiiuiuuinis iiuu nun wicoin tnni was my long lost banglo. John lli'inrn'a Border UuMmis, Ltpplneott's .Magazine. '1'ho enblns of pro-slavery partisans ui uiu iioignuornooa oi wireii Henry's CrofHlng were foarched, and fivo mon wore dragged out of thorn, "iu tho name of tho northern army" and stun- hi-u i y oxeeiueu. i n names of a Inro-. or number had boon pricked but only ivo wero umnu. Tho band went from house to house, arrested tho vl jtlms: led them awav a little dUtannn- linlli.tu and tho freshly ground outlasu "3 did 'ho rest. It is no. a pleasant scono to recall. Tho thoughts nf th n nvnii it iollller terrible as llnntli. rnlmitlrwa u doom," whllo ho was marshalling his. uniu uihiu in 1110 cnrKnoss anil lending the d(is:.:erate ontornriso. will nnvnr lm known. Ho was quite, silout, pouslvo, during tho whole expoditiou brooding It may be, ovorthu straugo oxtromitlea 'o winou iiisoonsumtng pasjion .or hu man liberty had drl von hlni. Tim blOW had llCOll Struck .in nrnmnln not likoly to bo forgotton. Tho aYen gors wont back to their oanm In thnlr ravlnoa.butlnn'jlight-heartod.triumph Ing mood. Some spirit of question ing awo st'lomnlzed thorn. "No more such work shall bo douo." said ono of tho younger Browns to Townsloy, half under his breath. Memories of this tragedy on thn oido of tho raided households nt.Hl nrUta Tho wifo of ono victim was dangonms- ij aim wiiii metaies. a woman is liv ing who watohod at hor bodsldo on tho fatal night. Sho has a vivid rocollcn.. Hon of a suddon stir and bustlo outside of tho cabin, of a knock at tho door, of John Brown's figure slut was a neigh bor of his and know him wml outlined against tho darkness, of tho announco- menttnat Wilkinson was wanted. Nelth-o- alio nor tho wifo droamod of tho fato that awaited lilm. Thoy anticipated nothing worso than a brief imprison ment. When tho day dawnod ho vas found lying doad In tho bod of rv nolj'h- This ts not all. In a oa'in somo miles from tho scono of tho killing, two nion wero preparing for a tramp to tho south of Dutch Henry's crossing tn searoh of strayed cattlo. Hords feed upnn tho prairie, when sitmmor heats begin, un til 8 or 9 o'olook in tho morning, when . I. 1- ,. 1 . 1- - il 1 - .. D- iuuv uuiuku mencivos to tno snoiter oi tho timbered localities. Thoso mon woro off boforo daybreak. It could not havo boon lator than fi o'nlonk thoy reached tho vicinltv of a h!n im. longing to thoDoylos. A woman stand ing in a lano noartho house, apparent ly in groat agitation callod and beokon od to thom. Thov rosnonded nt onen to tho signal. It was a sickening sight that met their oyes. Three mon, hor ribly haoked anil mutilated, lay doad upon tno grounu. i,iko tho Hebrew, Rizpah, sho was protecting tho bodies of her tlaughtered husbai'd and sons from tho ueprodatlons of half wild hogs which infested tho regions. "Do you know whore John Brown is?" sho shriekod as tho travelers eamo up. "Ho has murdorod my husband nnd boys. He oamo here Inst night and callod them out of tho houso. Thov wont with him. Protty soon I heard pistol shots, and as thoy did not oomn back I went out to find thom. I found tlinml.ung hero as you seo. know where John Brown Is? uo you Oh! ' Ho aud my has murdorod my husband boys!" What had John Brown himself to aav of this raid? To ordinary innuirors tho storootvnod reply was: "I approved of it." let on two or threo oooaslons at least be venturod beyond this somewhat vaguo ami unsatisfactory declaration. At tho tlmo of tho tracodv a conorruvs sional committco was In Mission at Westport, Missouri, investteating tbo bordordlsturbanoes. Tho elTalr oausod groatexcltomont throughout tho region Tho commltteo ttsolf was threatened Collins and death's head gra:ol tho building where it met. Threats and menuo-H werorlfo. John Shonnan, of Ohio, was a mcmbor of thatcommlttoe, ami oi oourao, noard urown'a namo frooly associated with tho foray not surmising at that tlmo that it was any thing more than a mallolous rumor. A year ami a half later ho ohanood to meet tho old mau and took occasion to ask him about his participation In It. "Wo exoouted thoso mon," ho ropllod. "They had a fair trial. Tholr oaso was tried boforo a jury of six. They wore found guilty, tontoncod to death,, aud o executed thorn." "I was nstonlsh od, "Sherman remarked, "to hoar Brown say wo." With trembling tongue, ho asked how the public now viowed tho raid. Hanway assured him that a do ubled ohango was peroeptiblc that tho outburst of horror which greeted the reprisal had been succeeded by senti ments of toloratlon if not of approval. I'ho old man waa evidently gratified. "I thought tt wonld bo so'," he said, "when tho situation oamo to bo fullv understood; but," tho tone of satis faction shading Into penslvonoss, as If unquiet memories pursued hira "if that was murder, I am not inuocent." Misfortunes are mortal blttera whioh ofton restore tho healthy tono of tho mind after It has boon cloyed and sick ened by tho swiots of pr a :erlty. 'UIU WANDKHMtV liETUUN. How th March or (jlvllUatlon Thwarted thnrinnnof nicked ,lm. Darlington Hawk-eye. The mining town of Bunko nnd 10 ohantlcs. 100 tontJ, 000 population nnd 90 men who drank whisky, played old slodgo, and carrlod knlvbs nnd revol vers and stnbbod and poppoird each cttior on tho slightest provocation. Tho ono man who didn't drink was a jllin hungry looking man, whom tho boys hat oloctod for Justlce-of-tlio-Poaeo, Polico Justice, Chief of Police Chief Fugleman at funerals, Superin tendent of Hospitals and Principal of Public Schools. Ho had all ho could dj to carry around his load of dignity. Had ho added ono drink of whisky to his bur d"ii ho would havo boon crushod to doath. Ono afternoon It becamo tho painful duty of tho mnn of many honorj to proceed to tho shanty occuplod by Wicked Jim of Arkansas, nnd to re mark to that Individual: "James, it is tho sentiment of this urn eiitorprlsin' town that you git up and git," " 1 "Kmi you back Hum remarks?" lmly Inquired tho wicked, us ho turned ovor In bod. "I reckon," whisporod thoJudgo, n3 lto broughttwo "Colt'a" to benr on tho !u'n-uttpod head not, 10 feel nwny. W icked Jim surveyed tho situation wittout a wink, and nftor tho lapsoof 0 seconds, ho placidly romarkud: "I'll clt." "When?" "Soon as I can nnnk "Thnt'l judgo, as ho oasod down tho haminors oi nis revoivors and went away to so loot a Slln fnr n n.lln,rn Wicked Jim botrayed no particular uiuuuuu um nn wnnc nnnnr. iiia icnrb paoking up, and at tho ond of an hour, nmi nu rouo ms mut out upon tho wampus wnruas, witii nil hif traps ui iuu iul 141 ins m n ( iii in nn nnn ti.i ...... -..rWwvvt iuu U3UV1U3 lUUIUlTHJ fits broaL A omml ).n,i ri,ii.;L;in OUU J1IU1 UUi (lOntlomnn." a t tt llm U'lnl-n-l ut spit upou your town ef Bunko. I can uui uuuutioronooi mm nna croaso. It altl't fl lit tfurn fnr nn nrlafAnrnf MUn mo, onu i'vo alius knowed ttl" At this point, tliroo or four Indlvidu ais on iho outskirln nf tl, .... ' -Jj t ttb IJUU gan shooting, but tho wlokod took no tllillnn rr tl... Il L .1 1. m 'i"i "o cuuiiuueu; "Tho lion can't nnrlnor wtlli Ilin jriekall llio oag'o onu't matn with tho buzzirdl Slinlcs, sluggors, ours and rcptllos. I got" Horo tho shootlne incroasoit one-half, and ono of tho btt lets passed through tho Wick-d'a hat as ho raised It and continued: "But I Will return, ntlll wlinn T .In look OUt for nonn nf rrnvn fn - w aii luaa t hail (i yoar I'll dump your town into tlio river and hold the sito for a private gry yoy ard I Whoop ! Yip-y l-whoop I" " - - uiiuwrotu iu tho crowd as ho galloped off", and tho tunuii. wa iwo men kiiioh and throe wounded. A hundred bulloU whizzed Hrminil thn fllfrttlnn Vinf l.n 1 . 1... , uui nu IUIUUU lilt' bond without having received a scratch. -Ltvuivu uluuiiis iiuu passeu away, it Was OVOIilnir wlinn turn mnn m.1i, -- - - " "-- , ...w M.U14 1UUU IUIU Bunko. Wicked Jamoa roda nt ilm head'of tho procossion. Ho had come to fulfill his promise, and there was blond in his oyo. iiowa mta 'ere?" quorried the Wicked, ns thn lintiil rnnnln.il tl.., of tho hill and looked down unon tho town. Gas lamns wnrn nnv hnmlm In .. orj dlrootion. iho procossion moved down to tho snot wbern thn Ttml V. -.w j WUII'UII lltU stood a yoar before, and again tho wiokou uttered a growl of aurpriso. aud etiiiniu uau uinnppoareu, and in IU plaCO StOO.t a Soldi hrlolr liull.llnrr hearing tho sign "Mauufao'urer' Bank." ThO OIOCO'Blon mnvoil ilnnrn I., tl.o nuxt corner over iroshly-lnld pavr mon8. In place of tho "Can Can Dlvo," was n lino opora houso, and across tho street was a groat hotel. Like men who walk on tho steep roof f a houso tho procossion moved down to tho public square. This was tho place from which tho Wicked had taken his departure a year ago. No, it can't bo! Hero are biooks of stores, astreotoar line, another hotid, a rail roadtiokot ofibe, a polico station nnd a i hi bl in museum. The Wicked rubbed his oyes llko a man who has slept too long, and ho looked this way and that in dumb amazement. By and by he said: "Boys, let's gin ono old-fashlonod yell and break this mirage." Thoy yollod in chorus Tho ooho had notyot dlod away as mou wearing uuiforma and silvor stars suddenly appeared, as if rising from tho earth. Tho Wicked and lils com panions were pulled from tholr saddles and hustled across tho square to prison colls, and whllo they scorned to bo struggling in the embrnco of somo ton Iblo dream they wovo brought Into court and hoard the observation from a dignillod Ju Igo: "Wooannot allow suoh conduct in n peaceful, law-abiding city llko Bunko. Tho sontonoo of tho Coart ts 00 days in tho Workhouso for oaoh of you, Tho Indians or Alaska. I'ortlaud Oregonlftn. Tho number of aborigines tn Alaska Is variously estimated from thirty to fifty thousand. With regard to thoso in tho interior thoro is very meagre ao curuto knowlodgo. Tho obstacle in tho way of a thorough understanding of tbo nature of this portion of tho Aniorloan possession, and tho numbor and charaotor of thu natives, are not great, olthorfrom tho cost of outfitting an exploring parly, danger from the natives, or any other torrora incident to such an undertaking. Iu tholr handiwork, espoolally ns exhibited by carvings in wood, stono and Mato, tholr oruii.i enta and shapely canoes, thoy display uiilookodfur skill, BlauKctod natives, with palntod or hideously besmeared facea, woro to bo seen, rroai a oonditlon oflonsivo to tho nostrils nnd tho aoanty mo(lo ot dress, there are various stages of ap proach to cleanliness nnd civilized stylo of clothing; somo, indood, mako a voty proHontablo appearance. Somo tlmoa Indians were observed all'eotion atoly fondling tbelr children, nnd tho men of Ion carrying tholr ott'sprlng in tholr arms with all tho apparent prldo of tholr white brethren. Tbo women gonornlly do the trading and 'largalulug In disposing of fura and in other transaction. When nn Indian odors fur for sale, and tho prlco has been arranged bolwoen him and thu purohasor, ids kloohman, or squaw, can veto tho transaction, and has to bo consulted before tho trndo bowmes final. Ti.o Indians are never In a hurry to conclude a bargain, those at . ' - uuu .V .UU a dlstnnco ofton remaining nt a tradlna .....i MMA.t.. I-, i - ' - mm. mi nuuKs Homing out ior n most l.lfltna .1 . 1 I M . inning uutuucu on uiu pnoo oiieruu. Thoy nro shrewd tradors. and tho a- mounts agrcod upon for tho different Kinusoi fur seem vory high to an uninitiated looker on. Tho purchasors lYuuui jiMu money on tno goods If thoy pnld coin. Tho Indian's sluowdnoss manifests ttsolf only lu soourlna- thn promlso of a high prlco. They do not want monoy, but doslro nrtloWs out of tho store. Their ignorance of what theso cost tho doalor loaves thom n prey to tno most outrageous Imposition from tho moro Intolllgont but less hnn. ost whlto trafficker. Thoso Indlnns are industrious, willingly embracing opportunities of oamlng monoy by nuiniiiK mr h. ii inov are not a ooomod raco, by reason of liquor and ntHllmt ..f 1 I. .1 .1 . v-uumuL wiiu uuprnreii wintoa proven tl 11 1? tholr rnnl Atnntlnn I It ilUlU llUtkl IIVll Ism, In tho oomlng'dovolopmon! of tlio rilH.M1l.f1Al nf A 1 1. .1 ' - I,. .w.,v.u.vu ui luiuKu inoy win oo a vnluablo factor aa "howors of wcod nun urawora oi water." They are quick to lcirn what la required of mom. Marriage. Men nnd wonu n.nnil nammtniir. proplo, do not know that It takes ) ears in niiirijf cumpiuioiv iwo hearts, oven of tho most loving and woll-sorled. But nature allows no suddon change Wo aiopo vory gradually from tho oradlo to tho summit of Ilfo. Marriago is grad ual, a fraction of ua at a time. A hap ......ii i-1 - i . ... . i n vuiuuh. ia a long inning in lovo. I Iniow young persons think mvo belongs " "j. w iiuiruu piumn. crimson just aa Mount Washington begins nt Boston bny. But tho goldon marriage Is a part of lovo which tho bridal day l.Hn.Ki. ....It.! . .... UUL'UJO kill II. llflMH I IP UI hAOinMlMif niiuna uiumug Oi. lOUtn IS tllO taSSOl and ailuon flower of lovo, ago Is tho full corn, ripo and aolld In tho ear. Boau- tttui is tho morning of lovo witii Its pro photio crimson, violot.purplo and gold With ItR llfini.K nf itnvn I l.ut ni... I., ......... L ... , w ...,.,i Mill V. liVIUUi Beautiful also is tho evening of love, with tw glad voiuembrntieos, and ita iiuiiuuw nuo turnou toward heaven ns won as oarth. Young peoplo marry tholr onnnslrn In tnmnnn n.l nn..i 11 -- '."J'l l.llll uuuuiill character, and such a marriago ia gen- " goon ono. xnoy do it lnsliuet- mu young man doos not say, 'Mv blank ovna n-nnl rfl ill llll rn.l .t blue, and my overvnliomenco requma to bo a littlo modified with bomowhnt 1 nilliioss and rosorvo." n hen thoso opposltos como togolhor I 1)0 Wed. tlinv iln tint Irnmif Vr i.... to - - - . J -.w ..v ' . l " lk, U ll U licll I links t in othnr imt lll-n lilmclf Old peoplo novor many tholr oppusiiies iiuuj iiuuiy inuirsimiiara and from cal culation. K.ll'll nf tlnwn f. It'll nriiiiifii. montsis very proper. Intln lr ur inrncy theso o'tDosites will full i-nt ii.. tho way a ereat imuir timea. nmi linti. ill uhariu llm othnr fi'ulr iiir.,1,1 .,.l I . .-f.... .111,1 by and by thov will bo agreed as to tho place 'hey will go to. and tlio road they Wii! UO b v nnd linnnnin t-nnnnnll.,.1 ti... man will bo nohlerand larger tor" beln" associated with so much humaalty uu" llko himself, find fthn will Im o .,u.. ' ' uj Ik IIUUIVI woman for having manhood beside hor, tliat Boeki to correct hor doficioncios and supply her with whnt she l icks, If tho diversity bo no', too groat, and thoro bo real ploty and lovo Jn tholr hearts to begin with. Tho old bridegroom, haying a much shorter journoy to mako tni14rilaan.il.it.. UIMn..ll 1.1. 11 ...uuuiiim 1IIUISUU Willi OnO 11KO himself. A porfect and comnlntn mnr. 'iago is. norhaoa. tit nnrfont on nm-inn. al beauty. Men and womon nro mar ried fractionally no w a small fraction, thon a largo fraction. Vory few are marriod toinlly, and thoy only. I think, after somo forty or fifty joara of grad ual annro.Hch nnd nvnlmmnnf Sunk n largo aud swoot fruit ia a comploto mar- l ni,n tl 1 ,. i -mu mm in uuuua ii very long summer tO rinOn in. find I) win n lnnrr lulnln- n mollow and seaaon. But aroal happy marriago of lovo and judgment botweon n Hi .ill nnd wmnnn tu nnu .,f il... l.t " - wuv Wft iuu II11U1IO so vory handsomo that If tho sun were, uo mu uiuok pocis iaoioa, a liod, ho .might stop tho world in order to feast his eyos with such a apectaclo. The Wild Wtlh Coatit. Wirt Bikes In Harper' Majaztucs. Nearly threo fourths of tho ontlrn nlr. cuit of Walea Is sou coast. A groat Part Ot this COalt Is rniyiriwl o,,l - -- - "p, . Mill, , il 11 - gorous, but there aro frequontly recur- i.uft uuiui'm vi ruiugu easuy and Mifuly entered. Stoop and forbidding cliff-, with fronts of iron, hi DUIIOtlncrfl OTlmlv. Thn unutU t ... . O- O J " "UUH1V1H CIIUIU Wolos, trom a point just bolow Car- ... uiriixiu westernmost reach of land at St. David's Head, ts washed by an ocean whoso f roo sweep la unbro k;n straight aoross to tho coast of Newfoundland. At vnrlnna nnlnt. ll... iiuiiii. I.IIU oruol ollfta nro mado still cruol by hugo il ! ol ni-i ...I i-.. , , J . n "kj u iuuh auauurea anout nt a dlstanoo from tho mainland, ns tf tho shore woro showlnc lt tnnth in i.n,. ing to 'ho marinor. Whoro this frown- ingfrnntl8 broken ocour bights nnd bavs of exoulsltn hnfinitr. wilt. I,,,,.. roaches of tawny stnd. whioh thn - - - i , i . .... .ulii: wavo3 lap lazily of a summor after. noon, or aero-H whlnh w id niniio i.,i in tho storm. It ia a striking 11 nn nr Coast, full Of faselnntlnn In Itoulf tn tl... lover of Iho rjlaturesnun! Ii lit. ninin every crowning summit stands a castle union, musing Bcawaru, wiin ita hoary facades and battlemontod towers por hans erumhllnrr still olntolir ,n,. h, - n ""'v "iyii.o haB boon crumblinir for canturin At OVOrv lnviilv Imrluir la in n 1.1 .1.1 lJ il - - - . . 1 .... ,fM-,Ullll village, or a groat town with clanking hammers, tho ono rloh, and tho other poor, but both doworod with thoso as pects ot antlmiltv whlnh ii fn art ilonti in tho oves of tlio cnltiirnil A aro vlllagos along this wild WOHIl COaSt Of tin ini'liinlnnoa tn !, oquallod hardly anywhoro olso In Brit ain villages which lu so no oasoi havo undergono littlo change of asp.ot dur ing tho past fivo hundred yoais. lto moto from railroad, orlmliini in ,ii their wava, they aro of tho oht wrld olden. Tlmn hnn l,nr.lldiat...K,..i n i . , ; J uiomiuBiiMiuiu ainoo tho daya whon London waa a vll- Inn.i i-.n. ...t.U ll. -. 1 I a ... iiiKu iuu, iruii iiiaicuou root nnd wind- InnoS. In thu nV nnrl olmmna Tin, ..ml I 1 , , , . . ... VMH-UlUllUnUU In tho ollffs by tho long rollers of tho storms havo Imjou found traooa of pri- tho bonea of tho boasts ho ate In great aliHnildnnn 'PI... .. , 1 , , ..ui.Mui.iiuu. iuu vurjr laau is Older than tho land of tho English, Sootoh. and Irish. Agea before tho solid parts of oarth on whioh tho rest ot Britain was built had rlson abovo the wldo waste of wators covering tho world, this land, now. called Valqs, stood aloUO ill lift clnrv. nn Island !.,. II. .W .-- n - j , -- M, noun, where atrango monstor dwolt, and mis iniiuii uirun i'u repuioa, wandering, left tho traoka of their foot, whioh nro found tO-llav in tho solid rnnV thoy wore imprinted countleas ages ago. Solf-'OVU Is at nn en thn must, dnllonln and tho moat tpnnnlnnu monts; a moro nothing will wound it, but nothing on earth will kill it. CHILDREN'S COttNEK. TWO. BJWxr nntscotiL. X. Par up tho pur whltft hlfthU ot woroanhooj 8he stood In starry light scrcna and calm; A lllr on her breiat. nnd In her nt en A deep sweet peace; in mn and bloom and caim, Her pathway stretcheJ across the cloudless day "0 Lave." ilio amlled, "you led my feet this wayi" If. Low down In hitter dutk, In atarlew night A woman with a red rno In her hair," Told the wan momenta off In hlltumii... Dated with the depths of her own dun des pair, Along her pathway ahono no beacon-ray u iioye," tho cried, "you led my feet this way i" A Hull's Mlialnn. Ono nlnntinnt. mimtur. I t i Rosalie Cray Was walking homo with her nursp and doll. Sho was sayhig j.i.ftu., niiiiujr viucc: -un, iiriilg ct. 1 m so glad lla Monday, and I can play wit h Violet all day: I misa hor bo dreadfully on Monday, and sho'a Just tho dparon, sweetost thing In tho world." Here tho lovoly Fronoh do'l in nosaiio-a nrins lcccHod a dozen kisses on her cold rod chcoka; and Ko aallo chattered on morrlly until sho roaohod hor papa's heuse. Tho front door wns open, nnd a poor woman was in tho hall, dressod tn worn ontmourn. ing, anu holding a dollonto looking child by tho hand. Rosalln hnnrd thn aorvant say: "Mrs. Cray Isn't at hnnm lii.t ni... lii ilt i i .. uui diiu lull, ini uunilin mr Vntl If vnn was to como. Sho savs for von to nnmn lmil .. 1 1 . 11 v " wnvn. uuAb WUUIS. TllO POOr WOmnn flinntrnd tin,- nn.l was coming down tho stoop, with hor .ir 1, .;,v" ,"v."u inriro Diinmn. w mn n,, . ,1.11.1 1.1 "ii1""" Aiusiiiio anu ino aou. wn mni sno excialmod, "isn't it lovel) 1 Isn't It sweoll" Sho lookod timidly Into Uosalio'a uioomincr. rainnr mn nmn.nn,,. and asked: "Dons It .mnn n,.i vi,. oyosP" "Of COUrSO not." nnavtnrml 11Minlln - ' - " A.WIIIll, Surprised at her hrnnrnmnv nCI,n lu.,t. tho kind that open and sHut their eyes; in 1 " JUIl 11 UIJI1 . "Not 11 ro.il onn" Hnlil ol.n.i. i.:io only a mako bolievo ono. It's mado of rugs with a painted face." Rosalie's ivrinwulnn linn.nn 'nr. -- ..... iv. i.iiiu ,i;jn scornful, and alio was on tho point of asking tho littlo girl ifBho would llko to hold tho doll, whnn !,, dn.it. In. I !,., sho had biittnr lint, nn Vliiliit l,i,l .im ., . II'IU. Hill, YJU beautiful, clean dresa. Tho poor woman said: "Come aloilg Suslel Wn'vn li.,n ent I....0. enou.li," and tho child roluctnnoly obojod. Rosnlio ran un slil followed by thogooa-naturol Bridget! uuuivun. uu loiot uiiai and coat. Hho Liid thom lr n d - 'w va. a,uj liUV illl roan, and bognnto brush Vlo!et1s"roal" iio-n. j. ma whj ono 01 uer lavorito amusomeuts. but this momlno- hn did not hOOm to eniov tt ni Wnnnlo- a usual. 'Now dnrlln'. dnn'i. linihn. head any moro about It." said Brlilgot aooimngiy. -roor children havo just as nieo a tolmo as you do." "I don't bollovo It." said Rosalie, abruptly; thon alio trlod on a wholo trunklul of Vlolot'i drosses, and ro- Solved Hot to think mitr nrnni ..limit. susto Urown. - J ... i . w J b Sovortil days lator Rosalie was sit ting In her mamma's room, looking nt a now bjok. Sbo was cxpla Ininc tho IllltlHMH 4.. YM-1..1 I II .? muiuioii w nuiui, wane 1110 uou t-tar u nt mo open pago with hor groat bluo oyos. Somo onnknookodfniDtly at tho door and Mrs. Cray, who did nut want to bo disturbed, tjld Rosalio to open tho "Mamma, it is Mrs. Brown," said itosauo. "Como In," callod Mrs. Cray, pleas antly, as sho pushod nsldo the noto sho wns writing, and turned kindly vvrtdiuiuu IUUt tVUIUIlU, "How nro you, Mrs. Brown, and howisSuaieP" sho askod. "I'm but mlddlln' and Suslo, ma'am, is very poorly. I havon't boon nt work for threo days now, nnd tho doe tor nnd tho modloino are so dear." "Tlnur nun T Iw.ln -D'l 0l..l t Cray. "Will ton dollars bo onoughP" "lea, indeed ma'am," answered the poor woman gratefully. "I'm aorrv to to tko it, but it'a sickness that Koopa mo nomo from work, and I can not now earn tho mnoy I need. I must hurry baok. I left Soalo all alonn onlv thn wnmnn nn thn nmi nt,aM I vuw mwaii UUD1 promlaod to look tn and soo after hor l,1.11n r 1 ,( nunuiuniuu uuru. "I hopo you will find hor much hot. tar," said Mrs. Cray, as aho handed tno monoy. "l win eomi you aomo fruit and soup." Mra. Brown thanked hor with tonra In hor oyos, nnd went nway. Mrs. Cray resumed hor writing, and Roaaljo oloaod hor picture book. Sho waa minting of Suslo aa being all alono, with no'hlng to comfort her but n lirJBM ... .1 1 1 ...I . I. .. 1, iiuwiu .ig iii'u itiiu u puiniouiaco. After a fow moments she eamo over to her mother's chair, put hor arms round about hor nock, and said In a voice thijlromblod a little: "Can you stop writing a ralnuloP I want to toll you aomHt'ilng. That day Suslo Brown was horo, aho thoii'rht Violot waa lovoly, aud I would nut let hor holdEor. I'm so sorry now that sho'a aief. If you'll lot mo, I think I will soil Violot to her. May I, mamm" Mrs.fCray kissed tho sweot faco which lWjkatl anxiously Into hers, nnd said, lovgl, "My darling, I would mako tlio aaorifioo." RosalliJtook Violot up stairs. Now that aho wascolng to part with hor doll It was deCr? than Ovor before. Sho closed tho hrsory door and then gavo way to to.s, kissing and hugging VI. olet, and Jlylng good-bye, n Kuudrcd times. That afterliion Mra. Brown was sowing patlontly, by tho light that fought Ita way Into hor nttlo-roora. Susio was tojvung about on her hard bod, wlshlnglioraelf almost anything but a poor little girl, wh a tonlblo palu In hor head and baok. Mrs. Brown heard some one oomo heavily up tho ftalra, and thon knock at her door. She openodlt and found Mra. Cray' servant with a baskot of oomforts for Suslo; and somothlng mysterious wrapped in tlssuo-papor. She took tho burden from lilm, thank od htm, and wont to Suslo'a bod wullo tho man plokod his way down the rick otyatalra. 'Oh, Suslol" nho cried, "hero's alo of beautiful oranges." "Oranrosr" eoliood SuMo; "7 wantod onoBomuoh, but L could not benr to ask you to buy ono, But, mothor, what's that In the paperP Isn't that a doll's thou that Bticka outP Oh It is, It la, that lovoly, loyolv doll, nnd lean ..UK . n a wui bujio fairly alirlck pd for joy, nnd forgot all nbout hor burning foyer, tho Soll'a faoo was so nloo and odd. Sho hold, Violot in her arms until sho foil Jntd a quint sloop. Sovora days pasaed, and Roaallo was looking out of tho window tn hor mothor a room. Sho missed Violot sadly, and rofusod to -intoroat herself In any othor tov. "Rosalie," Said Mn. Gray, "why don't you lot mo toaoh you to Unit? You nro mlsorablo because you have VIoKKayP" Aroyu,,0"yrouaont Aru' ,mTm8' not oxaotly; but It's dreadfully lonosomo without hur. and doll. "Oh, miimmn," aho rxolaltnod, ft mlnuto later, "there's Mrs. Brown coming up tho stoop. Isn't u queer, whon wo wore just talking sbout Vlo- Rosalln rAn in i. 1. . ..niin.i nr.- 11 ""uisiori, anu callod Mra. Brown to como up. Tho nnd worn. ' 1O0Km 1,1 "Oh. 11lnn.cn lull n . . ... 1 v. .7 "u now susto lar aBked Rosalio. wlil,n..f i..i"1 i,L U ffot hoi bVosTb '"B "Sho'a T.tt.lnrr wii,- t ... i,nr .t i xVHVu?, 1 nny hoPos of savin' hor," said Mrj. Brown, with tho dull sS 0?nn1'.rlCf f th0 "'"'ouragod poor J, L LnnW m, C,m h0r0 t" yOU her heart to iako itftway " aontlL Mhi?' 1Jrow,,1 Vm 80' 80 i sontiu Shooana wftvnknn a Ri i.- vory own," said Rosalio. with beornP"Ri?n08- "wlokodlhavo back." thoufiht. 'to want Violot Mra. Brhwn opened tl.o door aoftly, lost Sifslo should M 10 W ll0.r caro Wfts noodloss, F "l0 c.hlId waa lying very, vory still, hor cheek nn nnld no viit. i. : . tin i . r " ii"ico, uur arms still olaspod about tho doll. Sho did nnUimi.ni-ti,,,, .1 v. . - - v. . ,t,jW1 iiiubiiur n orv of niurnls 1. Mm i.n.r ... ... ... tho joj-s of thoso who rocoivo tho king doai of God as n littlo child. TRIPE H Vl INU. WlinttlinFeHttrnWIIIlum Think nftho Lnramle HoomcMng. Thai (I Wn.1 11 tinrmlUi. hnn In Nuw York ant wn.fr nlmtiV itw ----- "vv IIUUIIV 1V7 momber3 of tho "tripo loaguo" sitting """" ' uiniiur oi inpo. xnoro woro 15 difloront kinds of dishea mado of trilie. the bill of fam win tirlnt.id tripo, and oaoh guoit woro a button- nolo pouqitot mado of tripo, colored to imitate natural .lowers. It Is said tlio mon seemed to enjoy thodinnor.thongh how on oarth anyoody can oat tripo ia a nivHtnrt- t human family. Tripo is mado from tho largo woll you know M-hat tripe iS. Without Ollr dlfllln.r tlm nnlnmnn .. a piona papor by doacribmg it. Jt la no mum iu uat man mo noma and nools, and tho persons who nut It. dn it. in hi, eccontrlc. Occasionally you aeo a man order tripo at a hotel, but ho alwaya looks hard. n.q thntio-h lm 1, ntn,l I,!.,, -- - - - - - - - - O "i.viii iiiiu- aelf and nvcrvhndv nlsn tin ti-lna n . -1 --j ...u ni look as though ho enjoyod it, but ho uoea noi. xnpo is ludigestablo, and lOOKS liko ftn Indla rnhlinr nnrnn fur child to sit on. Whon it is picked It looka liko dirty clothos put to soak, and when It is nnnklncr It. lnnt-a na though tho cook waa boiling n dish 1aii. t... .-.t.1 .. in..,.. Ff, . vi.ui.il. vu iuu 111 u 10 ItlOJlvl IHO glUO, and taUes llko a ploco of oil silk urn- DroUft cover. A stomach that is not linod with corrugated iron would bo turned wrong Bldo out by tho amoll of tripe. A man oatlng tttpo at a hotol table looka llko an Arctic explorer dining on hla boots, or chowlng pieces rf frozen raw dog. You cannot looTc at a man oatlng tripo but ho will blush and look as though ho wanted to apologizo and convmco you ho is taking it to tono up his systom. A woman novor oata tripo. Thore la not mouoy onough In tho world to ldro n woman to tako a cor ner of a shoot of tripo In hor teeth and try to pull oil a pleco. Sho would atarvo before sho would p'.aco tho aeo tlon of Internal rawhldo between hor . lips. You seo a man eating tripo and ho trios to out off a alug of It, and ho aots ns thougli ho hopes tho knifo will fall to do ita work, and whon ho gets it off and puts a pieoo in hla mouth, ho chews it with long teoth, the way n girl with an ulcerated tooth chews rubber gum. Any man but a oomfirm ed tripo eater had rather cat tho two heada of a anare drum, stioks and all, than to taoklo a ploco of bullot proof tripo. Thoso who oat tripo are men who havo had tuo.r stomachs -plav moan tricks on them, and thoy oat tripe to got oven with tholr stomachs, and thoa thoy go and tako a Turkish bath to sweat it out of tho tjstom. Tripo is n suporatltion handed down from a former gonoratton of butohors, who sold all tho meat and kopr tho tripo for thomsolvos and tho tWa, hut dogs of tho present day will not eat tripo. You throw a piece ot tripo down in front of a dog, and aeo if ho doos not put hla tail between Ida loga and go oft and hato you. Tripo may havo a valuo, but is la not as food. It may bo good to fill into a burglar proof situ, wlththo comont andohillod steel, or It might answor to uso as a brenst-nlntn In tlmn nlmn. 1. 1. , . bo good to uso for bumpers botweon uaru. or it wouiu mako a good faoo for tho woifht of n. nil., dri., 1.. " when you oomo to smuggle It into tho utomiich jou do wrong. Tho trl loainio of Now Ynrlr ah, mid 1. ...... " . , --"Mmmiatu nri'OStcd. nnd tluilr l,.i. i,..f gluofaotory. Tripo I ban I a pieo iiiiiouwiwoi, euuKoum axto gr cih would bo plo oomparod with tripe. Tho Aito of Steel. . Philadelphia Inquirer. Kyen if thoro onoo was a tlmo whon tho state of Imlitit.ii ..t .... "Hon eould fittingly be rdescribed a "Lo of iron, that tlmo U past and .,nn?. wu nxn rami ,1 v b..li.. . r Of Steel. Iron In h.lnn. . " n.nn.. .1 1 " 7,Z " , "V," uPorlillOtl YtPortatiuaTnor Zl iem raua to iron ouch on account oi their superior quMltlea. True. tho? h ,t tuujr ,rontfao U1 In oristonoo" but there aro also woodon tracks on somo old.f.isV-'e,m ..,. "tK?. on roda will heSeorwa d ateel rather than Iron: Already the produotion Of fltnnl In tlm tTi!. .. A. ",0 la reportod to exceed ttoTOSrtK of Iron in magnitudo. For inf.i.v ,r poseairon la n .imi"i.i.. i'y . Pl tht it will rom7tn.7onam"rSv yoara, and probably forovor In S mon use; but tho numbor ? '' com' In whioh'u has boon " r is bolnJ tV noilodbv ntP.il i 7nT.i" 0,n. SP -uld nave" been bvrflecido Tho Creator Finn rtt.i i . vorso with lnn;. u "uwnoioiini. keaiUthatoauTnToVpretiU W ttr tbo