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rrcsldcct Hearst of Association of Democratic Clubs WILL GIVE A LARGE AMOUNT Te tst ririt fertoa Telegraphist Crldtsce CMffoMng I'artlei Altering Returat e( the Njitorul tltctUa, TYPfi-TdU) TBXAS TALKS, fctrni Rlcnllrmril remitting sml IWli Ing In (he I.01111 Star HUI, New York. Nor. 3.-W. II. 1 learnt, president ot tlio National Association 01 iNMornin emim, has issued n statement to tho 1.500,000 members of tbiMH? organlattnns, in which bo offbra I10O0 for tlin arrest nnd conviction ot Irorui guilty of altering nlrttou ro tnrna, end IMOO rwanl far tho flrnt person telegraphing lilm Information of this ebnmotar which may I mil to kuoIi a tnnvlstlon. In part the state- luent nyat livery organlaUan In sympathy w:b tho Democratic cause must at iMiro pick rollahlo volunteers to fight fraud ami InUmlilatlon nt tho polls Nothing must bo left to accident No polling plnoo In tho country should bo without Intelligent and courageous olt Irons prepared to resist overy form ot jhjIIUosI cheating, overt or covert "Tho officers of alt Demoorntlo clubs and eoMimlttHee, whether state or na tlannl, nro hereby warnod of tho dan gors which confront our froo Instltti tlons, and arn timed to tnko Immediate Htrpa to man all tho voting precincts with men who know the law and havo iMtslllatieo and ddermluntion enoiiKh to tieend tho Imllot box against cor ruptlon and coercion In aplto ot every thing. "In oHr to emphaalo the Impor tonw of this volunteer aervlee by tho IMMOoratle nrgnnloatlons, tho presi dent nf the National Association ot Democratic clubs hereby offers to glvo tIMO to any r mber of th itseoolntlon wbn may ftin.leh proof loading to tho conviction of any election officer or of ficers or other person or persona of a criminal altiratln nf tho prealdentlal election rotiirna or of fraudulently counting In or counting out prealden tlal votm. Thla eum of $1000 will bo paid in tho case ot oacb conviction. "Aa an additional Incentive to vlgl laneo and prompt action, tho president of the National Association of Demo cratic dubs will pay $M)00 for the drat Information lending to a conviction. Tito work of thn Democratic volun tas throughout tho nation must bo practical and og4eslvo. Above all thlnga It must ho prompt Kindlon dy mmmlttcoe ahoul bo nt once organized to supervleo and iroet tho energies of tho volnnter workers at tho polla. TJiwycw aliould be consnlted. Thoso committees aliould Inatantly communl oato by telegraph with the proaldent of the Nntlonal Association of Democratic clubs when fraud Is discovered. Tho volunUiera at polla aliould stand their around and yield no point In overy Umnfilalnt rllril, Auatln, Tex, Nor. 3.-0. Deflell Mooro ot tho hutehcr & Monro Lumbar compiny of Ornng. wan here and filed complaint with the railroad ooi mission against tho Texna Car Bervlet nseodntlon. Tho oomplalnt alleges that tho nMoclatlon haa refuted to mnko a chango with refaroneo to time allowed in loading anil unloading rare for Toxaa lumbermen, It being alleged that no dlfltlnetlon Ir made between a (Mi r of 30,000 or 40,000 ponda capacity and ono ot 00,000 to 80,000 capacity and upwards, also that a petition aak Ing for tlmo baa linen refused. Th commlaalon U naked to Issuo an ordor ha followa: "That tho Texas Onr Hervlec assocla- tlon grant an additional day to what la now In foroo for loading and unload ing nil care from 40,000 to C0.0J0 pounds onpactty and another addition al dny for anra over 00,000 pounds en- pnolty." Mr. Moore filet! an application with tho commlaalon linking relict In the namo ot tho Texas lumbermen from Uio rallronds In tho matter of furnish Ing stakes on lumber cars. It Is al loged that tho roads refuse to furnish stakes tor cars loaded with lumber and decline to receive oara Hint nro with out stnkoa. Tho pttltlon atntes that tho roads bo compelled to furnish ears properly equipped for tho business In which tho rollllng stock la used, and cites tho statutes In support of this contention. It la alleged that tho cost of stakes on rough lumber averages $2 per ear and $5 per onr on d rowed lumber. Tho commission will prob ably set tho complaint for a hearing, a fnonv op cpisON. TVm unit Becurw. fcu- riorinviit. A tall young countryman, looking n green aa a suit ot "butternut" elothes ami a sloueh hat eottld mnko him, ap plied for work In tho Hrond street, New York, offioe of Maury Smith, In 181. Mr. Smith was manager of the consolidated telegraph linos, then In opposition to tho Western Union, Like all managers, ho could make room for an export operator, and told tho young rustic that an engagement depended altogether upon hi skill. "Try me; I ran keep up with the best ot "cm," Id the stranger. Mr, Smith noticed that the applicant appeared, to be quit dcif; but, out of curiosity, and pos- sltly with tho Idea of having some fun with him, he gave him a table end told him to "receive" a message 4tten due from Washington. "You will have to work pretty faat," he warn ml him. "for our Washington man Is In the habit ot rushing things." Aa a mat ter ot fact there was no ineaaago ox pnctel from Washington, nor did the wire lead thri. Mr. Smith connected the rcilrer with n "saudor" In an other part of tho same operating room, and pat his fastest operator, "Dirk" Hutclilison at work sending a two thousand word message. Hdlsnii, for It was ho, grasped a pen, and as soon ns the Instrument bsgan to dirk ho dashed oft' the copy In a lurg, round, legible hand. While deaf to all othe sounds, he rouhl catch tho fnlntcut metallic click. On came the miaaigr raster and faster, twenty, thirty, forty wonls n minute. A crowd of operators gntherml around, curiosity und then nmnxemeut depleted on tliclr races Tage after imgo was reeled off, with never a break, and with tho Inst click of the Instrument, the forty-mlnutc mceaage bad ueen received pmci'iiy and lay In a heap of manuscript on th table. The young man's triumph was complete. Hutchinson rushed V and shook hands with him, and MrJtmltb gave hint a job on the apot.- -Surccas JephthaiYs Daughter: A Story of Patriarchal Times, MUimI (Hum ii, lint Ntiot Mmllirr. Naples, Tox., Nov. 3. A dlfllculty o currod at Ilryan'a Mills, a small town near huro. In which a teamster con nected with n show wan shot and fa tally wounded. Tho shot was fired at ono of tho clowns of tho show and took effect In tho tonmstor. The troublo grow out of a difficulty nt this plvs tho day before, In which the down struck n boy with, his whip for tarring bin ahlrt and pants whllo ho was rltb a street pamdo through the town. l'or lliiinrltwM, aalvcston, Tox., Nov. 3,At a mcst Ing of tho central relief commlttco Mr. McVltlo, chntimsn, called atfntiou to the wretched condition of m ny poo plo living In wrecked bulldlnga. A cnmmlttea wra app intod to aecura control of some vacant warehouses nud turnings buildlnga and to arrange samo for tho housing of thoso jxjoplo. Tho JI0.000 provloua'y approprl tod for the erection of tcmparnry homoa was. placed at (he disposal ot this committee. By JULIA MAQRUDER. CorTatantcn two, IN Akd lies bt rtoacar noassa's Boas. IT J kl-Ofc Mil cph A CAT'S In lltlTY. t,.iitw ir nit Umt Iter Tnir, Mob'U, Ala., Nov. 3,-Onpt Olson ot tho tig Mary I-oulse, whloh was tow inn the tuir Mlnnlo from 8abl-.o Pass product tho volunteers ahould rpo to !o Mol,nB for ropnlrs, reports that ho It that no unqualified voter is aiioweu J()Wt ,fl tow. . tno KUtt on Wcdnes- o cast a Toto. und that the returnn lJay Ubmt tbtrty-flvo mllos southeast tally exactly with the wholo number of ()f ian(j. ruo Mlnn'o rpning n Toten onat leak. No ono wna lost. The tut was This nation can outlive Imperial- ynUC(j nt sooo. end wna nnlusuro I and ism it ran outllvo trusla, It onn out- ownod by the Illttenhoiise-Mooro I'lulllHU III Illri-U "The oat oame liaok" muds she tiiKtlneth-aly coniprehenila distances and uirwu.oiis, but who would Mipios tliat a oat can exactly locate the cen ter of a circle? You would nntiirally suppose that careful measurement and more than eai Intelligence would be required for such u task, but h cat can, for It haa done that ve-y UiIiik. soj-s the New York Herald. Tho cat referred to Uvea up Jn Orleans conn ty, and when her owner trlinl to put bur In n Ikx for removal to his sum mer homo she escaited and took refuga under u circular outbuilding. Them was buly i twin enough for her to run under, nud there she ant, oIiIIvIoiih to all tli ron Is nud ontre.ttiHs. A atlrk tun fed long was proitred, but the cat did nut inovo as It wits poked at her. Tho fad that the stick and the own er's arm woro luai long enough tu reach within four Inches of "Kitty llurf." The man took tho stick to the opposite side of the building, and came Just ns near and no nearer uio cut thnn before. 81m held the poaltlon flrnt taken without moving an Inch, lit made a circuit of the building aid trim! to roach her from all points Ml always witli the aamo result Bhv was Just beyond his reach from every direction. That out had at tho first dash put herself absolutely in Ui9 cen ter ot the circle. CIIAI'TUII VII.-(Oontlnuod.) Then the iaco of eaeh turned to each. and long tlmo they gazed Into each other's oyen, ns though their very souls wcro bnrcd unto each other. Thon silently tholr arms entwined, nnd softly their Hps met and pressed and clung: nnd so rested they, still upon tholr knees, for the moment was sacred nt onco to lovo and to death. Tho thought of what was to como was in tho heart ot naoh, and cost around them n great awe that seemed to wrap thura in; but iven 'vor this their pure lovo tri umphed, nnd tho man and tho maiden wcro shown therein tho truth of Na marah's words, that lave Is stronger than death. Then Adlnn lifted up his voice and prnyed. And Namarah, In her gentle voice, which tho words of Adlna's prayer mndo now to tremble, answered oven slso, "Amen." After they got them to tholr feat and went In search ot the mnldcn's father Jephthnh. that thoy might spenk unto him Cheering words nud comfort hi in with tho comfort wherewith their souls within thorn had been comforted. And Namarnh spoke unto hnr faflior Jcphthah, and said: "Lot this thing be dono for mo: let mo alone two months, that I mny go up nnd down upon tho mountains, and bewail my unhappy lot" And he said: "do." And after thla, behold, tho face ot the maiden wns no longer sorrowful, but ever thorn beamed forth from It a most oalm and shining light that even com forted tho hearts of nil who gnzed on ber. to tako my spirit back to Him who gars It. and m leave then here upon tho earth, will It seem loo hard a thing to wait with pntlenca until tho hour ot thy roloaso from earth und llesh shall come, when thy spirit shnll ngaln meet mine?" "Ton hard n thing. Namarahl I could wait till eternity wcro ended sooner than I could love any other maiden than theol" "Ah, sweet sweel la thy lovo and loyalty bolovedl" wilth Namarah: "and my heart is oven warmed nnd com forted to henr tlico speak those words, NevnrtholcRs, there Is n thing I would hnvo thec romombor. It It should be, when I am dead, that thou shouldst over lovo another maiden for thou art young, nnd thero bo others worthy of thy love, nnd life nlnno Is long and sod I would not have thw llvo unwed because of mo. If thou choosesl to marry thou hast my full consent, and ovon my blessing from Heaven." Hut nt her words the young man thrust her from him ulmost roughly. and turned on her tho flrnt ungontlo look his faco had cvr worn to her. "Thou art unkind nud rruel unto me Natnanih," ho said, "and thy lovo is not llkn to mine for thec, or thou rouldst not think possible tho thing whereof thou spooked. Tho soul of Adlnn slept within him until, at touch of thy soul, it waked; and It lives but for theo nlnne. If thou must die, the deslro of my heart will he still to theo nlono. nnd my soul shnll even wnit tor thy soul." wid. so will 1 live lonely like th mate, less bird, until mine 4nd shall come." Thtn. while tho bird stll! rested be- twa them, thny clasped each other closir yet, for with the rising ot the sun to-morrow Namarah nnn her maid ens wero to set forth unto tho moun tains, and this wag their hour ot parting. Long tlmo they rested thero alorv, after tho bird had fluttered oft to Its house, and ever the sound of Its sad complaining came unto their cars. "It shall be my companion while thott art gone." said Adlna, "and at night I will take it with roe. so that Its mourning shnll bo made against tho warmth ot my heart, that hath na voice wherewith to utter tho greatness of Its woo." Nevertheless, I shall htar Ita com plainings oven with thn oara ot my soul," said Namnrah, "and my heart shall answer thero, In sounds Inaudible that thy listening soul may hear. And now must I lenvo theo, beloved, tor my father Mvaltoth for our parting to bo over, that ho may ovon speak with me himself." live falsa financial theories. It can out live militarism, hut It cannot outllvo tho corruption of Ita olUena. No dU ten enn rest upon n purchased elec torate. Thla question la the aupromo question of thn hour. H ovorshadowa and engulfs othor Iseuos, pnaont or future." Il.mtll (Iniilllie; Now York, Nov. 3, Oen. William Xjootb, cotninandor-ln-chlcf ot tho Sa im, u romlng here next raiiuii - , Brnlcmtier to tako oontrol of tho 8 1 ratlrm Army In tho Unlt'd BUtea f at loast six montba. This announce ment was made by Commander 11 o h ruchor, who arrived hero t ora Eng land. Ho went there early In October to Invito tho general to oome over nnd awiat In tho solution ot problems which tho B-lvatlnn Army la endeavor- log to solve. NarprMnc MUttmrnt- rwrlln. Nov. 3, A sefvsatlBwl Ind- dent oeourred hero In the second trial Dredging compiny. Mr. Itobert Donlnd, the editor of tho Municipal Journal London, ot London, contributes to tho American Monthly Ilnvlew of Ilcvlews for November an Important nrticlo on "Trusts In fine land." (Ilillil'a llmly fuunil. OaJvcaton, Tox., Nov. 3. Under i pile of debris at Twcntlo u and Me ohanlc streets tho remains of Delia Utnmo. aged 10 years, wvro found. VU wan lost during tho storm from a bait at Seventeenth and Mechanla streets, togetror with another 1 1 Is girt. The finding of tho remains wee a surprise oh It was not supposed that thoro woro anr bodlea under tho wreckage down town affr the ru'ns of the Itltter eafe were olMted out 2 SifSTlII S IT t ttod err. Was ld.U nlTJr. at 1 eat b8 y '--or t; DrlHHHMBt sad a three r faWHirable rtt'eeiub'p for a e Ism agjsjtttt MO-aMty. l' te DUtr RUerat-ealM- trtW te Ms d. r etater. Tel, eBe ed Was ae'i "'s If he wull tWv In -h a av s aeatiro the aenHUtal cf the tMCassi and then leave Uo eewatry. UIiIiimh t'nwuliruhvrs. Among tho Canton houses thern era occasional oxeoptluua to tho usual one storied or low constructions. Homo ot thoso are built like square towars tour or live stories high, with no outside windows savo nt a considerable, ills tnnoo abovo tho ground, und no out side projections by which thieve might get 'n. These establishment nro called pawnshops. Hut thny up pear to mure resemblo banks, It Ii usual among tho Uhlnoso to deposit their possessions ot value, when not In use, In these establishments. The people nlso store thoro In summer their winter clothing, on which money Is often lent To have dealings with u pawnshop Is In no way considered derogatory to a Ohlnoao gentleman's dignity. ttt ri iit ntnir. Chlesgo, III.. Nbv. S -o'Utst I b r orsUrs rslsrd the red fag ft t' street Frl'nr night and were irun 'R the thBTHgrf'0 by 'he ptlt'e. iw wero oemodl'd to laUrfefe t" stew a riot It ws Ro'a's 1 bee n'etat -n-I tee Detie spMkert d half 0ei wagas to sprak tm lig t- trM. tacre were ftat tlvh's between Uie em at d h M trtiwdt whtih gathered artmrnt the llandA. Illne Hume Oalmton, Trx.. Net. 3. MltM Clara tlertsm. n e dst f t Awenaan a utai ii reita'n luwa a(ta abBttl NOV. 10. ad HC IS pprrK 'n re an ts Waa lagUn. The ttt lmn eimny has tel' rei her a private ear. ike wlH b srrmpeli by her seeTery. Mia CttAMVM. ad Mrs. lean's It Ward af tho Had OrW, and by Dr. O. A. Dmiager. Itoxnl wf CJUlm. Austin. Tm.. Nv 3 The baard of otalms. eon'a lag sf te Bsverror a-d Uo-noy B-rfral. tr reg a weakly sa Ian Fr day asd a-pwtved me aaeaiiH's To U atelm t the awsHmt it ahemt tlt.X'O rae bn ItaW. Isav ng nrp-'w't'Ir $Wt ml Bt iho aw4 n I pp-aHalt sf I'O. Tle tatter mi wes Mt by the lat I'gWa'Bf to 'tn6 hr ptirrca-r' ' f ehMl ala4 wttre i paraDla did aot Isshs, llsrote Trmliurnl. In gulana. If a child Im alow in Its movements the pateuta apply an ant to the child. Instead ef a whip, to make It move faster This little ant bit us mars cruelly than a ncwqutto, and us hits is apt to be treablasoiue after wards. As you can Imagine, thla treat meat does Hot make the child kind to f others, and the children of Outana do not reckon their age bjr years but ff their ability to endure palu. Until h gets to the point where he can let tkx Hucu ant bite him without whaclBf he Is considered merely a baby. Kan sas City Independent t'urkMM Imt'Hnl la VrMl. Weeds, If they are pulled out ot Uti tswn at the time when they ant fHl of aeeds, will enrlHce s degree .at ear for the seeds whlek Is almost tooohlHg They will cHrl their leaves upward ni far aa eaxh mk go to cover the aasatt sad protect laea from the ami till the end, and often one will Dud woods that are quite dead, sun killed, wheat leaves atlll ore wrapped Irmly trwittd too seed pods. No mother eon) show mure str.klng deration In deat Inaa do tooae deplst?d olsnts "Dear tlochtor. Bias sir bearer 've enao worth of eoecae 'or to thwiv In a Ova months old hoot, N. 8 Tt babe hu a sore stHmmlaV M CHAITHIt VIII. On the ovonlng of tho return from battle of tho hosts of Jephthnh, tho ailoadltc, Namarah wont, ns wns her wont, to feed her doves, and as sho stood nmong thoin, mora white thnn its tho gown sho wore, thoro enmo to Iter, down thn gardou-wnlk, through Ilia parted branches of tho trees, tho oting man Adlnn. Now, Namnrah know that ho would come, ovon nt thin tlmo nnd place, but her heart within her trembled, nnd thn color was not so far gone from out hnr cheek but that his coming callud It back, like to a rosn In bloom. Adlnn, who had roded from his traveling and refreshed himself, was elntl tills ovonlng. like Nnmarah, nil In lillo, In n stately robe Unit swathed his stalwart body from the shoulder to tho sandals an his feet. Ills beautiful strong young nrtus were hid beneath Its folds, until, na ho en inn up to whore tho maiden stood, ho toadied them out nnd folded her tenderly nnd irnngly against his brodst. "Hurt not tho bird, Adlna," sho snld. slowly, an ho held lior thero nnd know not to distinguish between tho Mutter ing of tho dovo and tho beating ot tho maiden's heart "It Is ovon thy llttlo mcssonger, which did company thta upon thy dangerous wnnderlugs and bring mo tho messago ot thy heart to mine." "How knowest thott it Is the sumo, Nnmarah," ho mndo answer, "seeing that Iheso snow-white birds of thluo aro llko as bo gardan-llllea?" And na ho spake, ho held her still with ono 'trong arm, whllo tho other hand ho laid above her llttlo ono that gently smoothed tho milled pltituago ot the frightened bird. "I know It oven by Its trnvel-atalna and by Ita broken fenthera. Boo, tho (drilling hath c'on suffer ed in our ser vice," and, na she spako, sho lifted It and kissed It tenderly, nt which Adlna swiftly bent his tall head and kissed tho very spot whereon hor Hps had lain upon tho bird, saying as ho did so: "Thy kiss os lire all mine, Namarah. nnd I must ovon take back tho one that thou hast given to the bird. It was 111 done ot theo to besow It on another than him to whom It duth by right be long. Heleaso the bird that hath too long engaged the touches of thy hands. for these be mine also, and to-night I long for all thy love, seeing that my heart within me is like to hurst with sorrow." Then Namarah awlftly loosed the bin), whloh Hew away ami va nuked from tholr sight, even na tho maiden throw her arms about her lorer'a nook and yielded hereelf to his moat sweat I in brace. "I pray tnee sorrow not, AdlHa. my lovod.H She spake low. "Thine aw I for eternity, and Heaven's Joys enn perer end. Wilt thou not drive to give me strength to do the thing that Mm before met I'ray for oourage for both thee and me. for love Is sweet, and death seems cruel." "Ay, death Is enial. oruell" made an swer Adlna. with that his braw grew stern, and the very hands that were about her salt young body allnshed as If in anger "Now, may Owl forgive me." said Namarah. "for the evil word I spake. It even peered the door at my Hp without wine own content. Our Ood U tmod. Adlni. and If wa dishonor Him j pt, by doubt of Ills noodnoH and re-, fioHlen to Ills will. He will most likely deliver us bttk; and it it ploaseth Ulm , CHAI'THlt IX. Then Namarnh enmo ngnln Into his anus, and while thoy clasped her close with love's true tondornMM, behold tho maiden began softly to weep, nnd said: "I nut even satisfied In dla to-night, knowing n lovo like thine. If I die and thou lived. 1 busoech then that thou wilt- be oven as a son unto my father Jephtliah, for his heart Is brok en within him, nnd by reason of his vow ho g!vdh up his only child." "That will 1 maiden." salth Adlnn; "and If so bo Mint I sns'l llvo and thou dlost, that -will even bo my work In life. Ah, Nnmnrnh. my inimt holy nnd most boaiiteous lovo. hast thou thought upon tho wearluoss nnd darkness of tho ilfo that I will lend without theo, even through youth nnd manhood nnd old ngoT" "Yea. beloved. I have thought of It." . sho itn8worod--"bo euro that I hnvo thought of It with n hoart mado wild with nugtilsh, nnd It seemeth unto mo ll.nl lilt, fnln la n,-.... n 1. ...I h , I. n .. I mine. Hut now that wo hnvo spoken of those things, nnd thou knowest my thoughts nnd wishes concerning thy lite, if thou are loft to live It out with out me, let us speak of It no more, and id us cvan, so far as In us lies, banish It front our thoughts. I would hnvo theo glvo mo a solemn nleduo that when I depart on tho morrow, I, and the maidens that bo my rampnnlons, thou wilt pray continually, na I shall do, for deliverance. Kneel with me now. Adlnn. nnd let us pray this prayer, even In tho sllcnco of our hearts." And side by side, upon tho grass bo CIIAITI3H X. At break of day next morning, Na marah, accompanied by hor maidens, dressed all In sad garments ot mourn ing, pnsscd through tho streets ot Mix peh nnd wended their way toward tho mountains, and, as they passed along, bohold the pooplo enmo forth of their houses to look upon thoro, and ever aa thoy saw tho matdons, in their sack cloth nnd nshes, men and women, and oven llttlo children, lifted up tholr voices nnd wept, for tho vow that Jcph thah had vcwod wan known unto all tho people; also that tho maiden Na marnh was gono, nccordlng unto cus tom, to bownll upon tho mountains with tho maidens, her companions. And na tho matdons wnlkod with sad and measured steps, tho maiden Na marnh walked over ot tholr head, hor stately halght and noblo form swathed In sackcloth. And. although tho hood of hor mantle hid hor faco from view, tho pooplo said alio sohbod In pnsslng, becnuso that thoy saw tho fluttering rlso and fnll of hor breast beneath the folds of her gown. Hut Namnrah was not wccplns. Her brow was calm and solemn, nnd hor great eyes sorono ns bo stars. Her vigil had inailo hor pnlo as tho ashot whorowlth sho had sprinkled hor gar ments, but the look of her faco was strong nnd confident, nnd ovor sho whispered In tho sllcnco ot hor heart "Ho will doltvor." As t'jo town was loft behind, nnd tho rugged mountain path up which they woro to worn! their tollsomo way was como In view, Nnmarah paused, nnd tho maidens who followed, pausing nlso, any her part tho folds of her gar ment nnd tako therefrom tho mcs-scngcr-dnvo which hnd nlrondy eirvcct so faithfully. Bho spako no word,, neither looked alio to tho right nor tho left, whllo all tho maidens wondarcd, but lifting It to hor Hps sho gently kissed It, then raising iter nrm abovo her hoad sho hold It on h-r open palm, giving It n llttlo impulse upward, at which It spread lis wings nnd flow, with n sure nnd stoady flight backward along tho path thnt thoy had como, Namnrah stood and looked at It until tho whltonoss of Its foathors was even ono with tho whltonoss ot tho clouds, and then sho turned nbout and began to climb tho mountain-path, hor maid ens following. Then woro thoro tears In her eyes, in tiat moment, which overflowed and fell upon her cheek, but no eyo thero was thnt saw thorn. (To ba continued.) Ills Itstt MtM. That tho Amorlcan "ma with tho hoo" does not find tho llfo ot tho farm stultlfyliig mud surely bo Inferred from tho words of an old tiller of tho soil, who ennio across a classical vol- I unto and found In I'lalo a kindred near,, ,,,o WI,iio i.bih ot mo moon, tney i .pin,. Th, B00u American farmer mw lunniw. iiuii.i in nana, nmt iiiicu j cnC)j Mon a doctor, nnd was ushorod up their liearts. So st and si ent was , lnl0 Ul0 ,brnry. At onca tho woH.flUed the night that the llttlo brook which (.ook-shelvcs drow his attention. "Aro ran through he garden, down nt tho you fom, of roa(ngT" asked the doc uui u ... ...... cu.m, uo caru gurg- tor. nolnlf lho wander inir note. "Wei . Hng over Its stones, nnd the notes ot tho doves In tholr houso near by sound ed mournfully nnd pleadingly In tholr ears. Tho soft wind ot the summer night played lightly over tholr bowed heads, ruffling Adlna's golden curls and blowing against his throat a long tress ,.you pck one out dofltor ? "1JZ. ""J,a,,r. Ix).BK ,no doctor, in a aplrlt of tun. win nuvii IIIUIU, u, v.. muuici IUUC,IIU3 only In that oloso hnnd-olasp, but their souls fused Into ono. When thoy rose from their knees and stood erect in the palu moonlight both so tall and young and beautiful In their fair white raiment, they turned nnd wound their arms around cash other lit an embrace ot unspeaknblo lovo. Again the night lay wrapped In allenen. Suddenly there was n flutterMg above them, and a white bird flew down and allanled. There It nod led. with a llttlo plaintive moan. As the young man and the maiden strove eaeh to toueli and soothe Its runted feathers, their two hands met and clasped. "It la the little meoaongor," said Na marah, as the bird crept eloser to the warmth ot their necks, between the arch made by tholr eloe-pressed cheeks. "It seemeth to be restless and unhappy. There wns one of my duvw killed by a hawk one day. while thla messenger waa gone with thee. Think est thnu It could have been Its mate? I saw the groat hawk swoop down upon It one day, as It sat alone apart from all the root, and before I could run to Its rescue, the poor little thing Imd ben carried off In those erne! eiawa. Thou knowest dost thou not that the dove is the Image of eunstHncy, and that when It ohoo lotos Its mate It take none other evermore." "ttven as It shall be with mo." breathed forth Adlna. "It I lose the yes," returned the farmor, modestly. "I should bo pleased to lend you a book to take homo with you," said tho othor. "Just take any ono thnt you think you'd lino to road." "Oh, I'm no good at soleotlnv replied tho old man. 8o tho gnvo tho farmor a book written by Plato. The old man went away, and nt tho end ot n week reappeared with the book un der his arm. "Well," quorled tho doc tor, "did you read the bookt" "Yea, 1 did," was the emphatic answer. "And what did yon think of it?" "It was fust-;nto," responded tho farmer, "i'vo read it through from klver to klvor. 1 never heard tell of this fellow Plato before, but all the same Pro glad to find that the old chap has boon writing up some ot ray very host Ideas." An liltnl nt I'm Ur-alna.i, A Cleveland paper tells n story of & street Incident which shows the Ideal ot greatness which the sensational newspapers, with their extravagant at tention to "athletles." are Inculcating iiinoug tho street boys. Two very dirty boys ot this class were engaged In dis figuring as much as possible every faco on the advertisements on n big bill board. They turned the actresses Into bearded ladles, put olgara In tho mouths ot respectable aged gentlemen, atti gave Admiral Dewey a blask eye. Then one of thorn started v;ith bis pen all for a face in the middle of tho board. Hut the outers oalled out: "Hey! Don't do anything to that!" "Why nott" asked the llrtt "Why, den't yen know? That's Jeffries, the otMtNPlenr They left the fate tin? mutilated, looked reepeeuuiiy v it a mate whereunto ray soul Is aWdy , iuoraent, nud trudged aleug.