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Doings in' Texas, lilcrlml OnirrM. (lalvfrston, Tox., Auk. S. At the tut day's noMlon at ttio United Canfodcr ntc Veterans of Texas tho ponding nmondmont to tho stnto constitution rolntlvo to Confederate soldiers nnd widows wa Indorsed. April JO wm selected as Decoration day tor tun entire stnto. Tho second Friday of noxt May nnd tlm Saturday following wero solooted an the dn to for next yonr'i meeting nnd Auatln tho place. A comniltleo wan appointed to draft n sultnblo burial ritual. The following ofTicern wore oleatodi J. It. Policy, n survivor of Hood's bri gade, major general; brlgndler goner nln, northwest division, Major K. M. .if Van Zandt: central division, W. It. niehnrdion; southeast division, C. U. Ucvlni; northenst division, K. 0. Dower, nnd southwest division, Sau. Mnvorlok. Miss Winifred Adnmson, a beantltul young Kugllsh woman, suicided at Fort Worth, Tex. Mnrtnr Unitary I'nr OnlrMlnn, GnlvcstoiTox., Aim. 8. MnJ. Qulnn, yti charge of tho government work at this port, was ailcod about tho mortar battery which Is to be built on tho is land, In tho vicinity of tho fort at Hoover resurvey. Tho major replied that $360,000 had been appropriated for tho battery, nnd that work would bogln nt once. When nsked what "at onco" moans, ho said Just as soon as contractu could bo loft and the ma terial placed on the ground. I'lnus nnd Hfyyflcatlotis liavo already boon agreed tiptU nnd all that remain Is for deaU y to be closed with contractors. Tho lo cation agreed upon Is on tho bcuoh a short dlstanco west of tho fort being constructed In tho Denver rosurvoy. Actual work on tho battery will IiorIu ydthln ten days, and tho major Inti mated It would bo completed fu three or four mouths. 4 llnngctV .lllljr llrroril. Austin, Tex., Aug. 8. Tho following is a summnry of tho work done by tint Toxas raiiRers, na roportcd to tho nd i.jutnnt goncra!' department by tho dif ferent company captains for tho month of July: Arrests For murdor, 1; swindling 1: assault to murdor, 4; attempting to hold up a train. 2; theft of horses, 6; theft of cnttle, 3; burclary, 3; theft, 3; thoft of wagon, tonm, tent and pistol, 3: for minor offenses, 17: attempts to nrrcnt where they failed to llnd tho fugitives, 10. The rangers assisted tho sheriffs of different counties In cnforclnR tho law soveral times during tho month. They mudo during tho month olghty-ono tcouts. They recovered a wagon, tent nnd pistol and returned them to the ownor. They nlso recovorcd flfty-ono head of stolen cattlr and returned them over to their owmrs. They trnv. led 4473 miles during tho month. Dr. Hmrlnsn Dcitit. Austin. Tex.. Aug. 8. Dr. It. M. Swonrlngen. stnto health officer, died at his homo hero yesterday afternoon pfter a lingering illness. He had been n sufferer from Hrlght's dlsoaso for several months nnd the disease took An accuto form a few days ago. He st consciousness Saturday and grnd- finlly sank until doath oame. Hr. Swenrlngon was almost 60 years bf ngo. Ilo leaves a widow and n mar ried daughter. Ho had served twelvo Wears as state health ollleer. Onw Culltail II, Caldwell. Tex., Aug. 8. Saturday ornlng Mr. Joe. Stahlniaoh was frying take a piece of rope from around the hid leg of n kicking oow. He took n ileee of pole about ten feet long and raa trvlng to purh the rope oft and tho ow kicked, hitting one end of the polo nd the other end struck Mr. Stahl iiarh In the stomach, from tlu afreet whlrlt he died yesterday morning. A , m about tA year old and an ox- lient citizen. (Inlng In OnmlM. .ustln. Tex., Aug. 8- A parly of iUatui will be present at the Omaha oiltlon on Texas day, the 18th In- nt. The governor nnd his staff, Con- essman Bayers, ex-Oov. It. II. Hub ird. who will deliver tho principal Idress qu Texas day, and some prom- ent cttltens from over tho state, will ve here on tho 18th In a special Ait for their exclusive use. IdeuL Jester will 'preside during the veruor's absence ftom the state. Labor day Is to be celebrated on a ge scale at Dallas, Tex. ft W Franks was killed In a dlffleul- Ldoula, Tex. Almw It mjirii Cleburne, Tex., Aug. 10. This ttly ad county were exr-Ited yesterday a they hare not bean slnee away Irsek In the days when murder weto frequent and justice swlfe. It wns caused by the enenne from jail Inst of John II. (Stokee) Wmw. who was condemned to be hanged tnrl Friday and wns respited for n week by Oov. Culberson. Ills oseapo was not discovered U" nbout aunrlse and the new spread Ilka wildfire. On nil lips wns the exclama tion, "Shaw hns escaped." Tho murder for which ho wna tr. have been hanged wns one of the most ntrotloit ever committed It. this sec tion nnd public feeling ran very high last Friday, whou the crowd on me In in see the hanging nnd learned that a respite of one wenk had been granted, nnd when It wns learned that ho had escaped muoh excitement nad dlsap polntmut wns felt. Nnlilkr ll.l. Dallas, Tex., Aug. 10 A telgmm re ceived yesterday afternoon by his mother announced tho doath at Veno P. Hlddull or this olty at .Miami, Fin., yosterdny morning. Thla was tho first Intimation revolved by nny one In Dal las that Blddell wns oven III. His mother Is prostrated from tho orfeeU of tha shock. Tho (Iccenscd was one of tho bwt known young men In Dallas, He wnu a member of the Troxovnut rlflo. now compmiy 13, of the second Toxas regi ment of volunteers. Ho was a nnph'iw nlso, of Mrs. V. 1'. Armstrong, nnd for n long time was Dr. Armstrong's iih slstont nt Parkland hospital when tho latter wan city health ollleer. He was last In tha city about n month ago, when he roturncd from Mobile with Cnpt. (liinn on n recruiting tour. The body has been forwarded to Dal Ins and tho Interment will be here. I'M. ill Slulitii, Dallas, Tex., Aug. to. Thieves Mon day nlnht broke Into Allen & lilonn'rt establishment on Kim street nnd stole between $280 nnd $800 worth of revolv ers. Nothing but tho best brnmla of Smith & Wesson nnd Colt revolver were taken mid nothing oIm In the on tabllkhmont was touched. Hnlranee wns effected by prlxlng open the lmek door with apparently u chlfol. The house noxt door to Allen ft Oloun's Ih In tho hands of thi papcrers and paint ore. .Monday It wns loft tin looked and through this building tho thlovos went to tho lmek oud of the Ktitmtore. prized open the door nud tooted tho ostnl'llslinient its nbovo de-scilhcd. CA1TLK AND 0(tOP3, Cotton plsklng Is In full blast In Nil eew etui nly. Utf Is Mid to be mm on the Pa- j clflo eaiwL I.ongvlew rtrelvml Its flrtt INS oot- ton bale on the Ith. I I'nrmeni around Oranlitiry are hnld j Ins wheat for better prlaet. J Many fnrmoni nre aetlvely at work j picking cotton Around Knnm I W. A twin of Coleman Iwujht of 1). ! 0. Ithfime of llhome, lex., latt bend of I high-bred Hereford. The wheat average of Knox county ItMrniin I'mm Tnliiwiii, Waco. Tex.. Aug. 10. Tho ensh re eelpts on manufactured tolweeo, nufr, clgnrs nnd cigarette reported by Dep uty Collector A. Itlchnnls of the Waco division of tho third Interne! revenue district nro large nnd onocurnRlng and fully dwiionstrnto the alacrity with which tho doalor aro paying tho tax for the support of the war. One dealer handed Collector ltlchards n ohcok for ftJUl.OI. tho tax In 3 cents 'ostm on mnniifacturod tobneco nud snuff. This Is the lurct sum paid by one dealor at the Waco olllce since collections began. llnltrimJ Jlttn ini. Fort Worth, Tex., Aug. 10. Col. James A. Wilson, general agent, with hcadrpiortors hero, for the Chicago and Alton railroad, has received a tolctrram from St. IxhiIs announcing tho death yesterduy morning of Jonathan Nes belt, general live stook acont ol the Chicago and Alton rullroad. Mr. Nosbett was well known here, he having lulled Krt Worth on a num. her of occasions. He was a Confeilernta soldier, and hud been In tho service of tho Chicago and Alton road for yoaiK. I.rg llrnbrii. Van Horn. Tet.. Aug. 10. J. W. Mer ihon aecldciitally got his log brukan ytsrtenlay while riding on a liauil our l his tiwt striking a roak In tha track, bending hi lag under the oar and breaking it btwu the kuae and ankle. (Illn lhliril, Hlco. Tov.. Vug. in.-4liarlff Itamwy Moore arreatail King DniiMgaH awl Walter TtuiiHa here yaaiardar for theft of rattle. DtiHuegan afterward made a run for the timber ami aacaiwl. Thawiw wn carrtwl over to Jail at Hamilton. dor. Rrigas of Korth Dakota la dead. Hie MoHtaray hat arrived at Manila. " i llhdnr AiltUniianl, Sbarmait. Tax., Alig. Ip.-Veatertlay afternoon Jwigo I). li Urynnt uotltlad all parllea that he wotild neither wt aalda nor court rm the Mia of the Ijx Porta railroad, Imt would bold the matter under consideration until Sep tombar s, when we would call it aualn bfore the court at Sherman. He stated i un i ii in 10 give an tne pirtlen In Intercut a rhiilir In ir ih,.u can. n butter bid tiiau tbAt mado by Mr. Holt'' wns about eight bushels to the tiers j and tho groin poor In quantity. I Cnttle dealers my tlmt It reads llko an Item from a paper printed In 1808 to see quoted n wile of gmm ted steors nt $M nnd $10 a head in the great beef markets. The Kemp paoturo of flCOO acrwi In Matagorda county Is being cut up to bo sold In small parcels to farmers. A town site of 100 nares will bo laid oft on tho land. Tho Southwestern Texas Utrtltoap era' association Is to meet at Ploros vlllc, Toxae. August 17 and 18. Thoro will bo n large attendance nnd visitor aro cxpeo'd from other state. Hollar J, Iloll county, received it first br.le of cotton on the 3d. It wns taken there by Virgo Willis, wns sold at ti C-S cents per pound, nnd a prelum of $20 added by tho morolmnta o( Hint town. 11. C, Ithomc, the well known Hero ford breeder of Fort Worth, roeontly sold llvo registered Hereford holler oolvos to ChnrloA A. Payno of San An gclo, wlioro ho has other registered Hereford cnttle. Farmer around Mnaaoy nnd Abbott In Hill county complain that tho boll worniB nro doing considerable damngo to tho cotton and they nro fearful that tho damngo will bo so great ok to se riously curtail tho production. Mr. 13. Dudley took to Onnxnte a to bacco stalk nh'jut three and Jtie-hnlf feet tall that was a haiidsotno aupecl men of tho weed. Mr. Dudloy snys tin has nbout 100 plnnU like It and that his patch Is as linn tobacco a can be grown any plaoo. Ho Is raising It for IiIh own use, and ha been doing so for yearn. Ho says there Is no doubt but that tobacco can bo prolltubly grown In Texns. Tho samplo shown bear him out In tho assertion. Homo young corn stalks Just begin ning to tnasol olghtcon feet high nnd two nud one-half luchs thick at the fourth Joint from tho root hnvo been gout from Navarro county to the Omnhii exposition. They ware raised nettr Hlco on the farm of W. D. Hay nlo. Under favorable conditions It Is thought that tho Held will produce SO to 90 bushels to the acre. In wet Texan there has been some prejudice against tho plnntlug of rape seed, na It has been thought this crop has a deleterious effect on the soil. The fallowing from the "American Hheep Hroodora" would appear to place this question at roat. "Hope doe not ex haust land, but on tho contrary en riches It as few other fertilising crops eon. Sow It In oats or wheal stubble nnd tho result will be plenty of fall feed and a decided aaelHtunce to Im poverished soil." The crusade against unsound moat still continues In Hnglaud. and some of tho punishments Imposed for soiling it have been of the most severe chnraotor both In the Miapo of flue and Im prisonment. One finally In Dinning ham wns poisoned by the use of tainted beef recently, one of tho number dying. The butcher selling the meat wo 1 arrested, his shop closed and matters looked very bad for him, a he will bo charged on a criminal charge. ' Frltx Arnold, who for the past quar I ter of a century ha been ono of the leading grain ami (lour Importer of 1 (lernwny, state that the feeding of the cattle of (lormnny will require 1M.O0O, 000 bushel of forlegn corn, most of which, ho belle vo. CJwmany mint look to America for. Hoavy shower tell during last week adjaeent to Abilene. Thla will V- " the greatest benetM to the aottun erop In that sratlou, n the fleecy staple had been suffering fer tavernl days from he dry, hot winds. Tho first western ranee graa fed oattle of tho aaason were marketed In Ohlengo on the 1st. There were about' iSOO head In the shipment and their condition approached eloeely to that of fed stock and was better tlian tha first I shipment of last year. 1 Stockmen nil through Texas are watching report of the corn crop, for they understand that on it magnitude largely deiwnda tho demand for oattle for the fed lot the coming season. The larter the erop the cheaper corn and tho better for cattlemen. Dr. Victor A. Nnrgarrd, the govern ment expert, who has been oonduotlng the oattle dipping at Fort Worth, has gone to Hoekford, 111., to observe the condition of tha cattle recently dipped here and shipped to that point He will probably be gone two weeks. . ..... -. !.',"l'' It'1 "W mm The Usurers Daughter. BY CHARLOTTE M . BRAEHE. INTERNATIONAL PflESS ABSOCIATIon. mmmmm OHAPTHIt XXXI.-trnntlnued.i Ho ootild not bedlovo the evidence of Ills serines: It was Incredible Hint the laughing Yoke belonged to hi cold, proud wife the girl who had swept Imperiously from the room when ha hw her laat. He looked at her In amniotnent. She would not see the surprise on ills face or make the least difference beaaiifte of It. "You have the very plek of the gar den horo," she wild; "every spray tut Its own sppclnl henuty." Ho roused himself, nnd tried to re cover from Hie wondering stupor that had overcome him.. "You really remembered. Hlldred. whnt I saldT" he began, with a pleased look. "Yob, nnd I think you showed good tnste," sho replied. "I know un flow er lovoltor than fragrant mignonette." "And you ronlly think that I have good tustoT" ho said. "Yes. Why should that surprlso youT" she asked, with n smile. HI fnoo flushed, and his eyes droop ed. "I fancied." ho said, hurriedly, "that you coiiHldored me altogether gram loss, and without one redeeming qual ity." "Indeed, I do not," sho replied, earn estly, thinking of nil that Hlr Itaotil had said In his favor. "That Is n great mistake of yours." "Thoro Is une thing," ho onnfeMod, In a low voice "I hnvo shovn the worst sldo of my chnraotor to you." Sho fait frightened nnd Inclined to run nwny. "You will not lose my flower or throw them nwny?" she said. And then sho was startled, for his hand eomo Indoloiit eyes wore looking Into her with n new oxprcmelon In tholr, uitio ooptii. "Am I so wanting In chivalry and gnllautry. Mildred?" ho nskod nor. "I bellovo this Is tho first thing that yon hnvo over given mo of your own true will, I It not?" "No," alio n-plled, quietly, "It Is not." "Ah, pardon mo," ho nnld, with n quick clinngo of fnuo and vole "you gavo mo your fortune!" Thoro was hot rebellion for one mo Jnonr hot. blttor rebellion. Thtm sho remembered Hlr HouhI'm words. It wns for her husbaiid's good. Alio trampled down tho hot Impulse of nngry pride she stilled tho blttor anger and contempt. Her victory over herself was no great that she wns oven surprised at It. 81m laid hsr hand on his arm. "Nay. Um Cam von," sho said, gent ly, "you aro quite wrong. I was not thinking of money. Cold Is drow I dosplso It I could iilmoet hate It for tho mischief that It make. 1 was thinking of something very different from money something that money could not buy." Ho was looking nt her with keen curiosity. "Something that money could not buy," ho repented. "I declare that you piufle me. I thought gold was omni potent." "I do not think so-I do not llko It. Omnipotent? Why, Ird Cnrtven, nil tha wealth In tho world could not buy happiness or love." "No," he said, quietly, "It could not; yet, Hlldred, money has done something for mo." "I do not Intend to depreciate It," sho romnrkod; "but It la not omni potent; and there nro many things In this world ( far higher valno than uionoy." "It Is true," ho said. thnughUully. Rho laughed again, and. If ho had known her better, he would have de tected tear In the sound of that laugh. "Wo aro positively agreeing, Lord Caravon," sho said. He was looking at her with Intana curiosity In his fnee. "Hlldred, what have you given ma that money could not buy?" The dark eyes glanniMl softly. "I will nut tell you, I-ord On raven." she answered. "Hut I must know. You have excited tny curiosity you must gratify It. You have enumerated three thing that money cannot buy -happiness, virtue, lave. It was no He of the. Then what could it bar "I intwt go, lAml Caravan," she said, her face growing hot ami liar heart beating quickly. "I if yiw weigh ev ery word that I my, 1 shall Imve to be very careful." "Hlldred. tall me what you mannf" he requested. "What have you glvwi me?M "I will tell you." the replied, laugh. Ingly. "when ymi have counted all those tiny loava on the mignonette." She turned to no, but lie put out his hand to detain her. She eluded him. and, with n light laugh, disappeared, leaving him by tho veranda alone. "You look astonished nt something." Mid I-ord Carnven't friend to him when he returned to reauoie their game at billiards. "Ye." replied the erl-"I have been wijoylng a novel sensation." "What la that?" asked his friend. "I am not quite sure." wa the laughing reply "I should not like to bo too certain of It but 1 believe that I have bten flirting with ray own wife." The young countess Jja4 hotinid smilingly away Bfter praamtlHg him with the fcprny of mlnnoiiatte. If tlmt was the result of a few kind won!, she Mid to herself that he would often say them. Mir Itnoul saw her smiling and blushing, with n glad light In her eyes. "Woll," he said, "what iieee. till drad?" "The bent In tha world." sho roplled; nnd her pleasure wns Increased at dinner time when she saw that Ixinl Caravon wore some of the mlgnonotts in hi buttonhole. Uml Cnrnven was fond of music; he had a rich, ringing tenor volee which, as n rule, ho wa too Indolent to use. Ho would troll out it verse of a lovo aitty, or tlm chorus of a drinking-song In n fnshlon that mado one long to hear the rest. In tho evening Sir Itnoul nsked hint to sing. "It Is too much trouble," snld tho hnndsome earl. "Why should I oxnrt myself to sing when other people can do y so much bettor for me?" 'gFhat Is an Idle excuse." returned Blr Itnoul. "Iidy Caravon, persuade your husband to slug; ho has a voice alirotit ns rich and clear as Mario's, but ho will novor uso It." .Sim come over to him. Ho looked nt his boaiitlti.: young wife In all the shimmer of satin nud gleam of pearls; ho gaxed earnestly Into tho beautiful faoe. "Do slug. Lord Caravon," she mild. "You owe mo wimethlng for my flow era this morning." "Do you really wish mo. to slug, llll tired?" ho asked. "I do, Indeed," she answered. "Then you shall b obeyed, will SHU HI.UDHI) HIM. you have an old-fashioned Kngllsh Iwl lad, or u Scotch one? No French or Italian fur mo. I like good hearty words." lie sang ono of the prettiest of Kng llsh songs "(lood-by, Sweetheart. Oood-by" sung It with snob sweetness, such puthos, that his listener were al most moved to tears, "I oould not leave theo though I said 'llood-byo, sweetheart, good-byo.'" A tho last wordB passed his lips ho caught a glimpse of his wlfp' fnco. What did it express? Ho slopped sud denly. Hlr Itnoul rallied him, begging him to finish. "Let us have tho Inst verse," said he; but tha curl turm'l qulokly to him. "Not another word. llnoM." he an swerod: "I can sing no mora. I have seen n ghost." "A uhostr crlod Hlr Itnoul. "Tho glioat of what?" "I am not quite suro." rcpllod the oarl; "bill I think It wn the ghost of whnt might have boon." Ami Sir IIhihiI aald no more. CHAPTHIt XXXII. N old mail with hair a while as now. a worn, trou bled face. and hands that trem bled a t'jey rested on hi stlek, wa standing before Ijdy Cararaa.bow dig a though sh were the arbltre of his destiny. "I am Parmer Moore, my iady Pariaer Moore--and 1 want to speak to yoH." Udy Car ven stood quite still; he was a man so old ami vonerablo that hi npiHMranee alone eoinnmnded re spect. "Farmer Moore," she repeated, "and you want me. I it in very pleased to see you. Wtll you coma Into tha house?" "No, my lady: I cannot enter your door with my present trouble on me. Your husband la a young man. but he I dilvlng my white head to the grave." "My husband I" exelolmed Lady Car avan. "You must not speak 111 of blm.' "Ho must not net III to me." he said: "an old man. mv isilv m ni.i that my grandsons say a good wish ! from me Is a blessing, an evil wtilit a eurse an old. old man. my lady," She san how he trsmbled, and swenUj est romiMMlun tilled her heart. Wbnti could he want from her, this old' man? "I have stood here, my lady," ha aald. "every day for tan long day, waiting to see yon. They told me that you were yoMtig and bonny that ym had kind eye nnd a kind heart. Yur biiRlHMiil want to drive me to death, my ladyw you save mo?" She thought he must bo raring; but his manner wns ralm and eollected. Tliev were standing together Just at the end of the coppice, and tdy Car avan pointed to one or the fallen lrw. "Hit down there Farmer Moore." she sold, "If you will not mine into the house, ami tell me whnt is wrong.'; "1 am mi old ninn, my Inily; 1 tmvn lived many yonrs. nud I Imve never seen an Injustice prosper yeL Tlm earl Is going to do nn Injustice to mo and mine. Yon will keep him from It?" "I will If I can." she replied. "What I It?" "Tho Moore have lived at Uromhlil Farm, my lady, more yawn tlmn I an count. I hnvo heard It road how, cen turlo ago, when tho lords of Onravrti went to war. the Moore follnwod them. They have always boon tan. nut on tho Itnvensmern estates. Tho farm, my lady Ilromhlll Farm Is lot to them on lease; when ono Icasa ex pire another Is signed. My Indy, when 1 was a boy. my father signed it lsnse for seventy years, and tho seventy yenra will bo at an oud next mouth, I hnvo sons and grandsons waiting to succeed mo, and the homo Is my homo I love It. My father lived and died there, my sons wero born thoro. Tho old homestead Is part of my life, of my roul. my Indy; standing outnlilo of It, I seem to have no life." "I understand." sho said, gently, "There has novor been any dlllliulty about the renewal of the leu, my lady. Th" lords of Carnven knew how to value good tenant; nnd when n fresh loose was slgnod the earl would any. 'Moore, you will take n gtnts of wlno with me.' nnd tho best wins In his lordship's cellar would bo put be fore him. There might hnvo been ten ants who would hnvo offered morn money; but the lords of llnvonsnicrn would have Inughed at tlmt- Wo wore tholr htimldo frlMids and true servitors, my lady. You do not meet with such every day." "I understand," sho repeated, not knowing what to say. "Now, my Indy. tlm seventy ymrs' lease, signed when I wns u curty-hcid-ed boy playing at my father's knee, hm expired. Wo thought, my son John and I, that wo had nothing to do ex cept call an tho onrl nud ronow It, Wo never dreamed of anything elge, my son John and I. Ho we oh Hod, my lady, nud a fnotmnii brought us Hord tlmt his lordship loft all ! tiuslnesn conuocted with the estate to Mr. D'an tyre. As we were leaving home I aald to my son John; 'John, wo etiall tnste the earl's famous wine to-duy:' and he, In Ills cheery way, snld; 'It will do you good, father.' Hut thoro wns no wine, my Indy, no kindly groat lug from the lord of tho eaatie, no moorage to the old retainers of tlio house, except that we were to (;o to Illnntyro. My lady." said the eld man solemnly, as ho struck hiti slick upon tho ground, "I hate lllantyrel' She oould hnvo added, "Ho do I." Dili It wa wiser to bo Hllont. (To be Continued,) WHY HE HAD TO MOVB. tlnrorluiiHte l.lvrtl Tint llnor In Doc tor with Nlslit (UIU. "Why, man." said the landlord to a trunnt whom ho had recently secured for a bonno Hint had been unoomipled for several months, "you're not going to vacate so soon? You'vo only been there a month." "1 know It, nnd a month more would bo tho end nt me. I mil going to got a house way ut n the suburbs nnd In the center of a big lot. You'll never get me Into n datilllo bouse again ns long as I live. I'll tathor take the family and rnmp out." "Tlm place Is all I told you It wai, sir; good house, ood neigiitiorhood and vry thing good repair. I'll losk U J'OU for the rout until the end of the term." "That' all right, and I'll pay It. ffju net mean enough to try to suit 1st It. eltherj Ono thing you didn't tall me, that the man In the other and of tho house Is a doctor and that he seem to have trained his iwtlents to rail on him at night. I haven't had any steep worth speaking at In the wholo three week. Cemlng up on lbs porch they reach my door first. Tluy ring the bell as though It were lira utnrin and than begin pounding on th door. wm I'm to reed to go to th door to prevent it's being broken In nd to give the rest of the folk a lltiu akuw to sleep. It's 'Oct Into your riot be, dor, and roma right ovar to the house,' or Jiinmis his tlie croup.' or 'liativ twrlng an awful time with hi laelb.' er -wny umti you can thla availing ni you agreed tor If I put my head out of the window and try to expialn they gi hot, tall me I bad baiter take In mv alen. batter retire (rain hualuu or semethliiK worse. I'll bring you the Mstya un evening." Anelmt Kralri. A pair of scales, much like those of tho modern pharmacist, Is among the multitude of objects discovered thla year In ex en vn liens about thirty miles from Thefcud and recently exhibited in Undan. The aeulea are flaely flntshsd. having a beam about four and a half Inches long. gome husbands and wive are dl voiced on account of a misunderstand ing and others because iay 'uueuuad ca.h oibtr too wtll.