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EUGENE CITY GUARD.
EUGENE CITY. OREOON.
Oalag la Africa.
Orrat Interest is exhibited la the pro
(Maixl Eit African expedition of Mr.
William Afti.r Chatilcr. Th Tama
river, which h .rni to follow, la In
habited alone th Iowit rt prim lixlly
by the Wa-J'okoino, a raca which suh
si.t. by cultivatum. The txanka of tha
river being low, tha country on both
shin ia annually Inundated, aud tha
river thua net an a lilarul fertiliicr.
ilr. Chunlcr ha no easy task before
him, aa win of the tnia to be mA
In reaching Mount Kenia hava luvi
their suspicions arid hostility aroused
by the har.b ami barbarous course of tha
(jcrtiiun explorer Ir. I'cters.
Ha will .tart early in June in coinpauy
with Lieutenant llohtii l.of the Austrian
navy, ami Count Toluki. w ilh the object
of careful scientific reacarcn aim on
serration lu thut region. Tiny will
travel along thu Tama river, resting for
aoine w k at the snowcapped moun
Lam of Kcnia. where they will make
agronomical oWrvation. After ex
ploring thu iiioiiiit.tui to lU summit if
possible they will plunge into tha almost
unknown region or r.asl liunoipn iua.
It was there that Huron ecken waa
murdered, anil thut lleviol, itesili anil
Ferremll fuileil in their efforte loacroiu
nlixli their aim.
Th region abound, in warlike tril-a.
Mr. Chunlcr intend, to enter the region
frmn the west, after having l-ukn Hu
ilolnh. anil unseed along the Tubha
. river to the ma. He exist ta to ba ab
sent alxiut iighti-cu luontha. lie will
Ukn with him hi young servant,! lei rrgo
(iuliuin, who acoompauii-d lorn through
Mashoiininhd. Mr. Chunlcr ia full of
hop and will go fully equipped for his
perilous enterprise, w hich ia expected to
have moot interesting ami valuable re
sult. Philadelphia 1-ea.li r.
A Tama Itarklla;.
The extraordinary sight of a duckling
that haa just abed It shell following
young woman uhotit tha house with all
the affection of a d dog la domestic,
womler la the family of Mra. Carr. Ever
aince F-uslor mora the hcighl.irs have
been Uroiiiii( in to witnen tha sr
lacl, and the famn of the singular at
tachment hua attracted attention among
siplo who an interested in natural
phenomena of every dcwriptinti.
Thn little duckling Inta lcn In tha
family eiura Faster Humbly, when it
waa brought aa a gift to Mr. Carr'i
lathy daughter, Hcrenn, aged four yearn,
who wu delighted with her new pet.
Tlia iluck at once .truck up a long
friendship for the iloimntic, Mary Mo
Cullotigh, ami baa turn tha young worn
an' constant t-ompanion ever since.
Whenever Mary i-ak thn duck m
apomla with tha piping salutation ami
waibllea after the young woman wln r
erer aim K'"-"- The moot astonishing
thing about this freak of nature ia thut
If any other inmate of the household
atteinpta to in. luce it to answer, tha
webfooteil prodigy muintitlua solcinu
silence, but Mary hua only to titter a
word when the quacking Is-giti. ami ia
kept tip until ahe haa rraael apeaking.
A little girl U rcportej to have die J
Dear tha Imaginary linn In Oklahoma
which tliriileil the m-ently oenel ne
ervationi from the rcmuimler of thn
territory Junt aa thenignnl waa piven for
the grand nmli for lumU. ThechilJaial
her father were alone and unknown, but
the beauty of thn one and the Hill, deep
grief of the other moved thetrotig men
of the frontier to act of admirable tym
A runner on a iwift hone located a
hommteud, and returning plat-ed thu
father of the dead girl lu piwuiuion of
iL The boly of the child waa trans
ported to the claim and buried upon It.
Afterward It waa discovered the re
claming one of the tiufortunato rotipla
waa absolutely pennilee, and punte of
money waa given liiiu with the hoe that
the claim will prove a haven of nut to
him and that the lomintcad ahull ai
wayi ba known aa "Mary'a claim."
Ileal h tram lacrnwln To !.lt
Soma time ago there wua publthed
the tory of thnib-alhof a Uuig Inland
phy.iciun from bhd uoning reunit
ing from nu ingrowing ton null. A well
known nrgi'ii chimliit auid the
other day to the reporter: "The deuth of
that Iing Ixl.ind din-tor l not the Urtt I
lave heard of from the mine chum.
"Thn rati, of thn Iioum i cotiiinon
and painful and u.uully dinvtly trace
able to narniw tit .hoe. It -aue
pain aa never aa a toothache and not
infrequently, when neglecttsl, reeulta III
bhl poisoning. 1 know of an o'ra
tion for ingrowing t nail in an Knglh
biepitul where thn patient auffen-U o
hiuch win thut they gave him a inixtur
f ether and chloroform. The o-rution
waa surcehi, but when it w lini-tird
the pbyeieian. foiiml that their attietil
had diiil fmtn the chloroform." New
T I'm.... Aipin !.....
Tim diet of the Tyrol Unt wii k iHtaeed
a bill luiissMiig ta avy Hue upon n.n
found M-lltng any .ample of thn la-anti-fill
but rare Alpine flower called ede.
winui, wbn h haa lavn pulhsl up by the
ti.'ta on the mountain.. A similar act
Waa panned aevrn ear ago by the diet 1
of SaUburg, with a view to the preerva- I
tion of the edclwetit plant, whnJi t
threatened with extinction in the A Ha
inan Alpa. Iu the SaUburg district lha
ucc.ua of thia legislation la, unfortu
tiately, not encouraging.
C.rl R. una nr ll.rrla..
The burring (i r ug eas..n on tla Sua
quehatma nver u tni:lu-.l, and tlie catch
baa ta-en Ulipre.-.-.!. tit.1. Tb v k will
amount to over no .i barrel of aalted
tVh Th. .wni . ti Apnl ft and rl.sxsl
May 10. tine flsl,.niian caught liJbar
rib of the fUh with a dtpnet In the out
let lock of tha canal. It haa been no un
common thing thi .. n to Uk f
Out) herring at a haul of on of th Urge
amnea, which, when paid out, encircicv
thrae-qaarter of a mile or tnor of
whiat area. Cor. Philadelphia Record.
A 1r),s( tlrH.M '
IVrbapa Ih n.t Irrlng eiperu-nce in '
th mriri of a tnai.bn who baa (msmI lka3
first b.ush is rou .iiuc girlbuiQ. .In
Mi bram Lerif to art I'., auuek al a .
propiMl of n.arrtag from ou n .a aud
Uet iock dueo't aoaaa. Luodoa Ti. ll.ta j
fAM OF A 6AM0AN HERO.
thm Tail"l "ala ml aaaaaa
I -.! a. an AdMIaeal
Coromr Wally nnd hi rtner, Mr.
Uollim. mm-8 at tin ir plum of bu in
t decidedly novel, weird und ghaatlyaib
vertiwiiK iit. In tliecorm r "f their back
room alamla an oidinury i.king pine
tail, anch a one an la uv-d to pluce
around ak t In the grave. It tamla
tijioo an Hid and hingea nro at the iddn.
A lid l o; ned and a atartling n.'ht 11
Htuiiding i-r'ct. with liuml. folded in
front and dro-ed in no ruiuient cic-pt
ainiilnr garment to the one umM by the
Yuma Indiana (heti tln-y tw onej,
itanda the dead luxlyuf a Huinoan tut-
tofn-d warrior who win known during
life ai Let iing. ufo. and who du d ut St.
Lukea hocpitul. The lly wua taken
to Coroner Willi) ' on the day of di alh,
. i i . i ...
and tie mm 11 eiiiounnei. intnimj
ot n and the blai k huir and ulight miin
tathn briMlo out with (aTtiliur fierce
lieea. From the wall to the klieea it
baa Ix'ii tuitoK'd with blue ink, no aa to
rewmble a pair of knee palita. it being
one of the peculiar iiixtoma of the coun
try from whence he enmo to m decorate
the laaly of every mule aa aooli ua he ar
nvea ut man's etute.
From the pe nliar hiftory of the lonely
I'iw llic irlaieh r, v. ho. It Mi'lim, rikl
hU life and um!' d ui Kuving tlio Iim .
of L'uiliil Statea muii-of war's men dur
ing the terrible cyclone thut awept over
thu Wand in March, il, it would ani
that the goVenilliellt lllolio OWec a debt
of gratitude to him, to at leant put him
in a pro-r re-ting plm e. ,etiinaifo
waa ouu of Ave SamontK brought to tin
country by It. A. Cunningham Aug. Id,
li, and win to have exhibited with
Ihern in thia city, but owing to hu
health he 'ii wiit to the hopilul, and a
few week ufter the departure of hi"
countrymen he died. In obtaining thew
tiveSumoutii Mr. Cunningham had great
difliculty, it M.ituafuM.ilietoit, tlie king
of the icIiiii'K will not allow uny id hi
aubjii t to leave, claiming it contrary to
their law and ciiMoin.
lu the terrible rvcbme in March, IS1,'J.
when the American men of wur Trenton
and Vumlalia were wni ki-l in the li.n U.r
of Tugo l'iigo, in the Ulund of Tiituila,
the iiativ. rcM'iiiil the Kiilor by mak
ing a human line out to reach them, thu
enabling them to get to thn ehore. On
thia oiai!.n Letungiilfo particulaily
dilinguhel hnn- If for feutof bravery
lu auving the llveaof M eral of thecrew.
It wua after thinCunninglium uttempt
rd to get the men away. They uiIh
from the l-l.tml of l'lu in an o ti
boat, int. lulliig to intercept the Oceanic
ateumer I mm hydm y to 'Kriwo, but a
terrible ntorin une, nnd uftir nearly
being riip'i.cd and MilTering all manner
of hurdi-hip they Were romM lliil ,, pot
back into thu harlr of I'ngo Tugo.
Thiwiiou .Saturday, ami the next
day being Sunday nil were rclcuwd to
attend church, a the authoritie did not
think anything would no I on that day.
Cunningham, however, learned thut the
L'lilled Slate liii Aline.la Wua nhorlly
lo nail with Hie nailor who were wni k
ed during the hurricuiie, and huatily i
getting the men together who were '
auxioua to iinne on lrd they wem
rreted und thu e'and to America,
being the lir.t of their race to leave their
native country. Iiciivi-r Kepublii an,
Hir I'lulip I'rum i ouce waited Uion
EUltmiinl llurku by a..iiitim nt, to read
over to bun i in n .rtii ut public docu
ment. He found Mr. I'.urke in in gar
den, holding a gra-i.lioiT and obio rv-
itlg it Htttlltl 111 v.
"What a Ik .iiitiful crcaluru ia tin!
Mid I'u rko. "OIimtv it. tiriicturn it
leg, it wing, it eve."
"How can you," c.ii.i Sir I'lulip. "lon
your time in admiring .itch an aniiunl,
when you have w many objivta i f im
portance to attend to?"
"ct S.HTto, auid r.urkn, "altende.1
to a much lea aiiilnal; he actually tiieua
nred the proirtinn whii h ita eize laire
to I hu .pace It p.iwt d over ill a akip. I
think the kip of a grashopN r d md
mied il length. Let li m e."
"My dear friend," .aid Sir I'lulip, "I
am iu a great hurry; 1. 1 u walk in and
let me read my pa r to you."
Into the hoilre they walked. Sir I'lulip
begun to read and lluike npiwureil to
liaten. At length Sir I'lulip. having
lubilaid a pi'r. a p.iu en.ued.
"1 think," und Hurke, "that nalutal
iata are How ugres that b. u.tu, not
cicada, I the Latin word for gru-.ho-per.
What' yo.ir opinion. Sir 1'hiltp'r"
"My opinion," niier.Nl Sir I'lulip,
gathering up In paper and preparing
to go, -v
that till Hie grassle pis r Is out I
head. It w ill I' idle to talk to .
yii of the alt. or of our country
A Modern Mlrwele,
There liveil lu the vicinity of lU rgvrin
a uirsh prb-.t who was greatly l.'loveil.
Ill p.in-hloticr decided lls. getting
lip a sulix ription to pres,'iil bun w ith it
cask of wine, tine of the iiiliulut.itits
Mipplie.l llie i a-k, ami e i li of the nt
rnme and poured In two litre of the
pnlicei.f hi Vineyurd. 1 hie day last
week our cure invited some of the ul
enber to iliutier, in order to taMo the
U'Verage which formed it compound of
all the wine grown in the district. The
aervant Went to turn the tup. nnd came
back with a decanter full of water in
"Whatever u that?" wa the g'lural
"Tin i. the w in out of the lrrel."
Ilia reverence could not tuuk it out,
it wua altogether purling! The guest
wem .pliilmg with laughter. F-u h one
hud tuotigbt to himself that the preen. and then the blue t-iiliiie should l re
ef two Inn of water would not I do- moved allow a nnm nU-r trimming.
iu a butt of w nu
but. u. It hap- '
peiiol, Ibev had a
idea. I'ellt l.legeota.
ll.uirmm aaak... I
Among the American p t vip,-r. which
am m r .t t lesiiak ea am the cop rt..o.t.
aiwl th tnui 1, iIiv.mI.sI water in-cui ol
tti. t nlitotin.t and Tetu. The former
h.sawiile lanu-e ra.t ol the Mississippi
and frvqi.ent in.. v. low in th iirl.'hls.r
bissl nt wairr Them It sometime fall, a
victim to ih- I l namisl sunke, ..r on
o-tuii .01 iiiiiis i .i!v look water in. si.
.lumiuhl Hi livis a large copiHrrtitad,
rei-etit.y wilonl. w foaud w it bin It
The water ui i aiii I. an animal mort
dreaited than th rattlesnake, sin. wl.ilf
lb lalirr trira to est ape, ist at least makt.
lu (itHciii. known ly it rat tl. the tunnel
I. ts-ileved to g out o( It way lo atrtk,
wbll iloe. m w.l bout emtuing a un4.
Anot h.rdreaded kind, w ht. b I. -aid to at
I task without warnnitf, I tb f-r d Lane
tat tha West Ind.e,tjnrtrlf IUvi.w.
Oa th prinrlpl that aa ounc of pm
veailoa cutva.ur. a pounj of cum. It a
win to try and check a cold t tb ouUat
asd not a'.lmr u t g.in too muc hold
NEW YCllJK FASHIONS.
MATE LEROY FORtCASTS 6PRIN0
STYLES IN MILLINERY.
raahlaa I. lUeumlng Mum Variable and
Alloa a (ireatrr labertjr af farwaal
frefrreaeo la lha t liulra af llad(ear.
Allrarlll Mrl aail tCtealng UM
Coprrigtil. !. bf Aiurrlraa I'ma AU
i ion. )
What a (treat wvii,g of time and elpriia
t would be if Me could adopt a national
ielK-r and wrur tinit t'Ml.e entire excbl
pioii ut hnt ami lioiiiiet! It mlglit b aonia
tbing typical of our national atlrlbute. or
It mlifl.l I- a rt of a I'lirituu hat or hood
aiivthnu only that It would relieve U.of
the c ire, t.iiiean.l money it now ila u to
follow fa.liion. A II , every lew week
mark a change of w.me kind. Huromrr
f. ii l.-i Into autumn, and autumn give way
to earlv wmler. Then come "midwinter"
atylt-, ami now ntlil lu the depth of that
.;iuy mam are .bowu lb bal and
m:w iiir-i iiowi t.
heailk'ear lu lo neral that are the precursor
of apring millinery. Sirimt millinery l. I
think, (he im.-t eutn iiiK ami entrioirluu of
all. Jll-l a .tiring I the weetet lilneof
the year, full a. It i of promiM-. IVrli.i
all the proitiii are not to In full'illi!, but
tber are o pleajoit hile there I yet hoe.
I think I "-a new era in millinery that
allow each -rm a greater liberty of -r-x.linl
pn-ferem than heretofore. The
yon UK. Ia.lv who taki-a long walk for
health. pleaure, bulue or to mi ear
fare wear an alpine hat of felt, black,
brown, drab or nm-n, and that may be
trimmed ill whatever lyle he prefer", lor
Mime have a I riiiiiinug of eatle braid, w ith
erhnp one ooinled quill, tit her have no
In ui in i iik other than a ribbon baud and a
plain buckle. I it her may Invr a ilruja-ry
ol velvet or a few bin. k c k plume
curbl over. The plainer these hat are,
however, the more .tylisb tl.ey a. ar, a
II I Well understood I lint they lire Ml 111 pi JT
ruiial.uit bal. and all niteinpt to make
them apiear dressy are in very bad taste.
Nexl tolhriilH0f come t he liluli crow niil
Ml. These are nlso more for -. riue tbau
beauty, yrl lln-y will admit of morerlab-
orateiiriiamriiinllou. tine Very pretty hat
of thi class bad adrncry of black and red
chenille netting twi.ti-.liu front, iartly to
represent the I. .nu of a calla lily, with a
ataineii (or ii-l.li of the siune covered over ,
a piece ot wissl. lu the back tin-re waa a
bunch of ex k s plume i lo-ely curlnl ovi r. J
The bal was Is. und with blin k velvet. J
lirm rally s-nkiiii.', .titf quill mid orna
ment, made lipid breast and wing feather,
wiiiifHuml ospn-y pluiiu- an more popular,
purtirularly br the yiiiiuc than otnch
pluiiu. hut still then' uie xiiiie person,
who look la-tter under the le.fter out lineof
ostrich feat in r. nod they lire umlrniably
richer. A hut for a yi.iiHK lady displayed
at a prominent milliiu r'a wa. male of
chocolate brown fi It. and II wa turned up
in neb a m. inn. r a to form a point at each
aide, leaving ll.e be k mi l from to flare up.
Around the outer ort1ou of the brim wrrw
aewisl Ihn-e narrow Inn of copjier colon-d
tirald. I here waa an ample iluiil.le bow,
with loop. of ral brown velvet rildain, held
by a long buckle of mulrr, and three rich
itrlcu tip. of chocolate brown, two up
ritfht and one rtirlnl n round from the front
on one aide to the hack, on the other aloug
the low crown.
I haw another very atrllth bat, which
look. Iiettrr wliiii .urtnoiinMug a pretty
fai. than It il.s-a lu a picture. Itwa.of
nnll fell 111 gray and cherry line, with a
Very narrow milliner' roll of rherry velvet
on nut side and Inside of the brim, about an
Inch from the edge. It had n very low ,
round top crown, and the liriui wa made
fluted -that i to sa. It wa too full on the
rdil to lie Hat. Tin extra fullness wa
gathered up Into the most fanciful nmvo
I lutloii. tin the front and one aide were
el cherry velvet rosette and two odd
feather ornament, of brown lien'a feather,
made to resemble pine com-, toppe.1 by
.pray, of ospn-y. 'these ornament from
their start lim point to ends ImasiirvO. 10
llii'he and made a v ry lluslish hat.
Torn girl ma oer 10 there wiuavvry
beautiful lark-.' felt bat of dark blue, plain
felt, fstged Allh silver build. The lrl'11
UlliiC. which was roiuisn,-,! of Uabv blue
iN'iiualiue. wa l.inl on lu a rather ll.it dra
iiery, emling wuli tuistl Miint. From
the uiasa of ilraMTy t no light blue mlrku
iit curusi cioseiv, ami one .larieil iroiu j
uuder the brim and curled upward. It can I
readily l understood that thi. bat waa i
for "very l-t," a It ilor and form are
adapted only for church or v isitiug, rtc, at
least until the first frrehncs ha worn off.
r'"r '''"I"1 from- "' 10 ,A l'l"eail
fell of bU. . very dark trown or blue, '
early covered with a dripery and larii
rial lsw of plaiil velvet, I. a very .uital le
hal lor s'eueial use. Through thrlsmsan'
thrust two or mom quills, which afford
quit .tilth irnt Iriniminic. ThU I also a '
very durable ty le
Tbrm la uo m4 rule u to the diapuMl of 1
th trimming on I. inn is Tbrra may baa
ruasaof B "wrr. feather, bow or wingtoD
tide aud nothing al all on th other, or
them may l a butterfly or .nis rnhee
(-.: of Ksri.ltiirr rviiilritig that Is.th .1 !i
.hoiilJ I- riaclly al.k Allthat i as one .
elect. On very dauiiv ts.unet .hnwn for
ehureh er theater had a .pis-ading wing cn
one aula atand.rg upw.nl and oiitsr.nl.
and no th other larocl.svnl pinion, upright
and a .mailer w Ing pla.-ril flat along tt.
d. Th bonnet wa of b.atk velvet, with
blark Veleet .trtmr. 1 1 wa. cut up In front, j
amltherawer thm Urs black heartej ;
red nofplra mail of Trivet. It wa a really
Thar waa mcsntlv .hoa a very taking
litil h.t of double facrd fall In twa.hadr
ot purple, tbswigh Ibesw double faced bat
are not ra noa.oa a they wrr a
ynonth ag& Th brim w.t turned hack to
iriak. a notlcwral tnja. n ja th npl
?fk. Ahil - ., ,.
there wa. a rlo roi& of l.tajl wlwt
lUck of i be- there a a double
, aliflenrd by -Ira. '" "
Kreen tu.key quill. Certainly 'bea. ar.
m all the new ..vie, but they ar. tb.
leading iea The flat llttle-imf platraa.
tnm.ne.1 with rberrr velvet Und ...d I t
couple of Krt ll.tle qtiilla. are great f.w-r-Itea.
.,,.! they go naiurally with tb. o-t
iKu-iur. while ve,i.ai.d niaiini.b necktie,
thai amnio .ml -"" type better than
J.i.t .mh a catum. attracted n.e the
ot tier dnr. and It I ""h talking a
The .klrt of wle gray bluecl.rtb. beau
tllull) Ullor m.i.h.d and quite plain, with
not even a row of .titchiim around lu 1 he
t.iu..,u. I. of the a-ray blue eloth. K.lnted n
front and Hb the .klrt plaited on. Ihe
front I. open to the t.Uom over a . ahlte
linen .Inrt ami ha rever and collar or
bile lot h. The leeve are made of t he
Mine, and they bare rufT. made ol b te
rloth, with One .ut.bliigdoiie lu black ilk.
T(.r. 1 a long black aliu tie, held in by a
.,i... ...... With tin. w a worn oneol lim
little NOlor inentloiird Ufore II wa a
.Hiking and. I think, extremely .tyll.h
Kqually .tylisb. though In quit a differ
ent line. wa. a new tea Kown Ju.t flnl.be.1
for Lillian Hu H- T'" (,'"n wa. princess.
In the liak. The Ironl hung from the
.quart tie. k hxae-ly to the feet. The ma
terial wa ivory white annum, rich aud
heavy. The front wa. of three luce Inser
tion., with two lines of fold of the arniure
.llK 't between. Them were short pulled
.leeve of oranife velvet slashed with white
Velvet and a ll-htall end t.f velvet rlbholl
dow n each s.!e In front. I he neck waa cut
down Miiura in the front, just enough to
leilre-.y nnd nut too much for good taste.
A very dainty and attractive reception
gown made in the same establishment wa
of bcavy sail de wile, mottled with pur
plish brown In a Mraitgling pattern. The
ch.r wa what ia now called oyter. and
that liie.li. a sort of dull white, with Mlldy
shadow. Thi gown had a circular kirt,
very full In the law k aud .litthtly oa-ned
on the rlcht ide over a panel of emerald
velvet. Three fancy arl button were aet
at the top of thoeuim.'. The coiuwe w a
quite a complicated affair. Isehitf ot emer
ald velvet, w ith out line of ru b ilnl lace
insertion to shgw the heeJl and waist line.
I in the front waa a larKe satin l.iw fastened
with a fancy pearl bor-a-sln' pill, and drawn
around the rut ire waist w a a dra-ry of
r.-1 1. if pink crv- da chine fastening In
the kw k under live of the Mime pearl but-
(iTIIltT AMI rVrMNtl I'M!,
ton. a thin on the skirt. The- leeve end
ed at a little Mow the ellsm iu double
pulT. The hat w a of tray and emerald
felt, with three pink feather and a pearl
ornament, I admired the gown very much,
all but the pink drncry around the waist,
but 1 presume miMt people would like that
The dancing clasnea, the private and pub
lic ball, all make treat demand upou tha
Inventive k'emu. of the drcsmaker, and it
I. hard to lind .omething new, but I discov
ered a lovely thing that I also decidedly
novel in the way of a.uM-ib I mil gown for
a young married la.ly or single one lu her
Mfond or third season. The gown waa of
white changeable .ilk. with the relteta of
purple and green, but . faint thai the flat
surface .how s unite. The flout of the skirt
wa.all w bile, w ith a foot trimming of I'ar
ma violet ewnl on without foliage. At
the waist line was a row of deeply pointed
lace, and on two of the point, were bum he
of violet, trailing duwnwnrd. The want
bud a drapery of maie satin ending
III two rabbit ear end. Aliove thi
waa a row of lace over 1-ole Ful
ler rrup. The cor-age wu cut quite low
and bordered with violet, tin the shoul
der, were little knot formed of violet and
maite nhhon. The. hurt sieeve were pulTcd
aud edged with n nairow maite binding and
were left open oil the front of the arm. Tb
back of the skirt wa laid ill mnssive plait
and waa demitraiii. With thi there will
ha wont long, while moosqueluire glove
aud either a aiuall w rviith of violet, or a
tuft of plume. Violet would lie prefera
ble. Tin la a style and combination of
color thut would prove a .uitubl for a
brunette aa a hi. .ml, ami the general Idea
could ba worked mil u; several combina
tion.. I should .ay that I lie llowera around
Ibe neck aud at the waist should be real,
while those at the foot of the .klrt bad bel
ter lat artificial.
Among the new gown I found a uuvilty
In a hamlsoiiie street eostume of gcndurui
blue cailiel's hair, trimineil with a wide
bonier of natural la aver. There wa a
pannier draia-ry at the sub-, and the fnmt
waa also ilrasl acroe. The day of en
tirely plulu .klrt am ended. Over the
abiiuhlcr wa a wide hrvte lie collar of bis
cuit clot ti bound with beaver. A niourn
Iiik ciMume also show, a clearly dctlned
ilrs ry on w alst aud skirt. The gown waa
ol heuriella, with a deep cratie fluunc
oeaiin, ot ""... ""
ull keatllllil 1 ll. VilkM Mllll . M.VM Wf (.r I
craie. Thia wa a gown for a daughter
mourning a parent or a widow In her m-c-ond
year of berravemrut.
Tli Vlu. of W alee.
Th Colorado Irrigating company have
projected a canal to Irrigate l.J'M'W acrea i
..I 1....I In llo. ...!!. .1. .1. .rl Tl. I
will la- conveyed Irotii the Colorado river,
th total length of t lie canal ta-lng about
4Xl mile and the eatmmlcd cost f'.i"H',H0a
Cbuuld water be placed ou thctract In quae
tion, It. value would h ralaetl to about
T Mintter. In tine Camera.
With the object ol avoiding the ditTli til
ty cvivriciiivd in photography of obtaining
. - - -. - .......
a ui-i un t foreground ami btikKrotind at
n,r vone time, a leading French photogru I
,,,., ,.;. w ,
for ti e forei;rouud nnd the other for the
lav l.K'roun.1. giving t lint for the former a
greater and variable degree of o'tilin
New York Time.
In IM.' a Kuasian farmer o-ni-nveil the
i.baof rt raiting oil from the sunflower.
Hi heme, were consul, ml most vision
ary. but he pcrsevi red. until now the in
ilustry i. one of mormons probation.
them Is ;mi ;.ll ln a. les lillili r Cllilllall. n
Hx-tioTrrnor liiltun. the first t htr r
ecullv. of Colorado, say. be ba. seen bis'
.late grow from nothing to a population ot
rAW All thi ha b.pprneii id a ti!i
mom than thirty ycait and the gotrroir
hime',f i uot yrt an old man.
Llttl Johnny I. much perp'rej w
know why It I that he It compelled to go
lo bed at tilgbt w Lra be sn l .le. py, and
forced to get up to the morning w htn he is. !
Tb faronte employment of th Pntu
ca? Montenegro 1 tb cc wltloo of war
ocaud L;toncAl draia, in wtuJi It
d'wbt to nog and act witk (Tsat r'.gr I
CAREFULLY GUARDED STONES AMONG
Th. Cr.ale.1 al 1h-
n.llc. I. lha I I. a Tra..ar.nl
kloa AIhiiiI Wblrh Inniimarabla ilo
rle Ar Tul.l-li.
Stone elldowe.1 with iiyigic owr
have held iini.rtunt di in the
world'. I. Iter from the day of the
oruciil.ir .tone in the breustplutn of the
liici. iit .li-wi-h high priest down to the
la iiiiv nnd the murrain .ton. of
in.Klern nine The Cherokee medicine
men make ne of M-veral atone tally
man, coiniiioiily i ry.lal. round iniioiig
their natita iimuntiiiii. Olio ia a trail
lucent purple "tone alauit un inch long
with a hurp point. With tin the con
jurer claimed to I able to find ht or
stolon iirticle. or to tell the where
about of game iu the mountain.
To the mutter a coin wua thrown
into the grit' ut random while he wa
not looking, und he wu told thn money
waa hi if be could lind it. Fnaiiring
a .tritig ul.nit it yard long be tied one
end of it around tile middleof tbeatr-ne.
Then holding, the tolie ils"lided bo an
to .wing fn-j-ly. he wt it whirling in a
circle with a atroko of hi linger, at the
name tune reciting in an undertone aoine
act-ret foriiiulit The .tone revolved
rapidly, then more aud mora alowly.
and toped with the point toward the
north. He walked a few feet further lu
thut direction, k'uve the .tone unotber
twirl, and ngitin reju'iitiil the formula,
explaining thut It Uiut be done Miven
time, and thut on the aeveiith trtnl the
stone would K.int to the exact ad
where the money wu lying
Having gotio through the whole per
formuiicc. he ritiully liult.il ut the wron
place. After hunting in the griisa for
some time he wu obliged to give it up
Hu declared that hia failure wu dun to
the fact thai the "tone wit not luMeiied
u it ahoiild liuve la-cu The other In
dians auid thut the stone wua all right,
but thut the miin wua a liar, which wa
i.Tfet-llv true, and Hint, iilthotiga a
pretty kmmI iba-tor. he knew nothing of
magic. They usmtIii! thut in thu IihiiiIi
of certain conjurer, whom they named,
the charm never faibil.
To obtain it knowledge of future
event they use another taliMinin. They
put it into a laivvl of water, where, ac
cording to their testimony, it moves
a Unit mi the surface, following the di
rection of a knife in the hand of t he con
jurer, who till I lie timo rc'nta hi se
cret formula. Whipple dcw.Tibe that
ceremony ua he witm-ascd it among tha
wcsteiti Cheroket- forty ycnr ogo.
The tulismaii wua a .mull round piece of
very dry bread.
The grenti st of all Cherokee tAluinuui
ti the I'lu.utti tltterully trannparcnt)
stone. There is no end to the .toriea
coticeriiing tliiastmie. which the Indiiiii
invan.ilily s-ak of in a half frightened
manner, a children upt-uk of ghont.
They uaiM-rt thut it ia a iiingicacnle from
thn lieud of a great homed erK?tit, with
a IhhIv n large aa a tree trunk und two
bliuiiig cojil of tire for eye, which
lived ages ngo ami worked terrible do
t nut ion umoiig the people until it wu
killed by futiiotia inagician In thn
encounter a single drop of the aerpent's
Hiisolioii. aiiliva fell tiKn the head of
the iluycr. whoee huir wa trnnaforineil
into a muiui of writhing anukea.
The ludiiiua dewrila) it aaa triangular
crystal, Hut on the bottom und tiipc-nng
up to u .int. nnd perfei tly tratisparent
with the exception of a single red streak
running tbtoiigli the center from top to
bottom. It ia evidently n beautiful
upt-cillien of rtllilc ttlili tz.ao exceedingly
rare thut the conjurer who can obtain
one outrank ull hi rival.
Thn atone must t fed, the Indian
ay, with the hlixl of atnall game every
.even duy rubUil over with the bhl
of the aiiiinnl a MHin a killed. Twice
a year it demand the blood of a deer or
tome other large annual. It ia wrupad
iu a w hole dit-rakm nnd kept in noma
tec ret cave in the mountain Were thn
tribute of blood to la withheld or
neglected thn L'luatitti would iuo from
Ha biding place al night a a great binn
ing bull ol lire, and tly through the uir
to aatisfy It upietite by drinking the
lift-blood of the conjurer
The original owner wutufruidof it,
and he changed Ita hiding place fre
quently, mi thut the Mtotie might not be
able to find Its way out. When be did
It wua buried with h 1 in. u otherwise it
would issue from ita cave by night, like
a rierv meteor, to search for hi tomb
night ufter night for m vcti year. Hut
ir tumble to mm it owner, it woiiiii go
buck to sleep forever where he bud
.V fur buck u IM'-' TiuiU-rluke heard
of the .tone with the wonderful .lory
of It origin He said that It wu kept
hidden m miiiiu place known only to two
women, wliorelus.nl to l.-truv the secret.
Ajlr clebrut.il trader, also aifuk
of it a few rear Inter. The conjurer
refused to let him it for fear of prof-
When consulting it n toany un known
or future bap-tiiu the conjurer gaze
into the L'lustitti, und there m-ca mir
rored nil that hu wishes to know. und bv
the action of the Mat ter, or It iittou
... . .. .... .
p 1 11! Tl.ll l.r luiOi.lll 1.1 I ll:l ..nun
he learn not only the event, but also it.
proximity iu time or place
It I. l.'lieved thut only one of these
atone i. in the sM-seion of the eastern
Cherokii. The owner hua reluscil all
illilucelnetita to show ll. He suld that
he kept it tun. leu in a cave, wruppcil in
it deerskin covering, mid thut if be
khotild i "e it to the profane gaze of u
white man he could kill no more game
; even if he were larmitt.-J to live It
i waa verv evident thai be talicvcd w hat
ha Mid, for no offer nnild change bit
deterininution. New York Sun
riant nsril in love divtnarlon am cm
mull In many par' of F.ngland aud S.a.
land the fannnar MMithern w. I known
a"lair love." lad-lovelas." ist 'lairs
love and U-s' ilrlUht '" Aim her British
name for the plant I ".,d innn' lute." i
simply i. ill man.'' from it usr risom
mended by l'l.tiv. lu Woburu. Mas. .
thi. herb I. cail.-d "Isiy' lot-." and il is
aald that If a g rl tui k. a bit in her sbi?
b will marry the first Is y .he nirst
I Ivetrl Meter.
That them I still a field for uitenti.sn
electric niensr. i shown by the numls-r of
paijgna for ilet a, dr.is-isrd to meord ti e
Cowv-of current routiiiual:y imius) fmtn the
patent oftUr. A ki1 meter notil. I kai,.
abl. a-rtirate. siiUtantia! V'eap and easy
to read, but notwithstanil'rg the work i4
vsrtoas Inventor durlt j several year,
there Is no such InatntBeol oa lbs ixiaj krt
today -Xw i'ork WicV
A CLEVER COLLIE-
Altkvaa.l. ',,," U
la a a l.reatar. .
. . . fn i.io.lrsl collie, but
Lan wa lioi m i - -
be wa. a flue dog ami re.nurkably Intel
ligent. He wu early truine.1 to driva
the cowi to and from the (aiature with-
out aaalsta:KU. Thia in um lur hm
year; then ha mddeiily betame blind
from whut 'misl to Iw iwralyaw of the
ooMo nerve. For a few week be wa
jrreatly deprewe.1. He ni'Mwl alwut iu
diM-oiisolat way ami i"t .'
getlier M-nnily chniig.il hi aanioii.
Finally hi muster iui i'dei in coming;
Dash lo go ulotig with him ono inorninu
to drive the cow to mtui.
Thut afleniiHin.of hi own accord, the
dog went ufter the flit tie. Illld frnlll that
tune onwnnl he n-unie. hi former hul
ita, doing In woik just ua well and a
fuithfully ua when he coiibl nee. He
nevei made a mistake in the number of
the cow, and never left a cow ladiind
tav once, ami thut hapsned in thin
One afterms'ti when the rnwi came
home Old Hrindle wu missing. Dash
drove the cattle into the barnyard, and
then wa Mfii going toward the attire
on a run. A half hour Inter he returned
without the missing cow,
"Where Hrindle, l)ah:-" hi muster
The dog lis. kill despondent, lie lump
hii bend and drooped hi tail a if with
"Co I'm. I Hrindle." commanded the
rv..ul. toeiiml nnd ran for a few ateti
fi..., ...- - -- - - -
in thn direction of the justure and then
. . . . . i . .. .i t... re
mitted slowly I Mica una sill uowii ii"u.
hi. lousier, as if to auv: "It' llo Use.
I've tried, but 1 fuu't get thut row."
At hia muster reja'aletl cominunu. be
again run off for a few ste.t, nut re
turned a U'fure, tin tirie w hilling un-
"Sotiiethiinr wrung. i there, old dog?
Well. I'll go along und see," Mlid the
man, und he started in the direction of
A wonderful change fume over Ihtsh
at thia move of hia muster. Wide uwake
..,.1 ( .it u-.o..'iiii. he led the tint- with
occasional sharp, expressive bark.
ulioiit ii moiiieiit a hesitation lie iei
hia master straight to the ss.t were Old
Hrindle stissl. and then la-guii luirking
vofifiToiislv. ua much a to suv: "There,
you nee bow it is! I couldn't nrt her."
Thn cow had cniiL'lit her bend ill the
crotch of an npple tree. She had lan-ti
reuclimg for appli-a. una iiuving put in r
head into the crotch from iil.it e, wua
tinublo to withdraw it. and there she
htitor a liietur .if sttltilil IlllM-rV. ill illl-
a I " i -
wiuent danger of choking to death.
She wua released after coiisiderubln
iliinculty, nnd Dash drovo her home,
lie bud wived her life, bin master think,
for .lie could hardly have lived through
the night in atich a jaaiitioti. Youth'
lilac k Iturk Hunting In liollas
The black buck of ludiii la a very
graceful unillial. weighing between tliir
y and lift v potnnla. The hide of thu
mule when full grown ia of inky black
ness on the buck while the Mlyiaii
white ua snow, the contrast being; very
trikiug. The horn ure black ami epi-
, al in sliat', tiiid iu length average
about eighteen inches, ull hough they
have la-en known to rem h twenty-sis
inchea. The anitnal lire ituully f-umd
in herds, mid urn difficult lo approach
on foot, ua lha buck to their In ml
into the itir from time to tune in n vi ty
graceful milliner, mid aotiio one of them
l. almost Mite to detect nnv attempt ut
talking. They nro lit time hunted on
horseback, but the liuul method in
iniiliv hectiona ia to list) a cotiveyiiiice
very luiicli like tint buck of it horse, only
shorter and made of wissl.
Thi iaon wheel, ia drawn by bill
locks, ami i called n junglii curt, ll is
very close to the ground, und from both
.idea project Hut piecea of Wissl, upon
which the fi t rest. The inside ia hol
low and bold, iiiuinuiiitioii mid lunch
eon. It ia U lieved that they take the
queer tittle wihmIcii urniiigemeiit oil
wheels for a plow, and consequently are
not much alarmed ua it draw nearer
them in ever dii-rensitig circle. The
bulliM'k move at the word of coiiiiiutud.
aud are iifcoinpntiii-d by a shikaree, or
uative hunter. The bucks never aeem
to fear the inhabitant., doubt les hav
ing learned they lire without gun, aud
therefore not to l dreuded. Cluretice
li. Moore ill St, Nicholas,
Living without plan i .hiftlcs.ncs.
Living ulsite plan may be the highest
life of fait Ik The ordinary traveler
must bik to the beaten truck ua lii
guide in journeying, but he who is com
ja-teiit to la- an explorer inuy strike out
from the traveled way und be guidisl by
the circumstance of euch hour iu bis
action beyond thut mth. Hut if a mm
i to do without the rut and tha finger
Issird of the common highw ay he must
1 able to read the sign of the heavens
in order to la; sure of hit Is nring aa be
journey. A man ha occasion to rely
on rule uml pattern, of cntultict miles
be hu the ability to comprehend and
apply principle in every si ial emer
gency. Only he who hu. fultli that (iod
hua called hnn to net all by himself in
the world is justified in starting out in
life not knowing whither he goes; but be
can move forward fearlessly. Sunduy
Manna. V I la. Ilrake.
It nppt-ur thut the lignum vita-, which
has la-en tisetl mj successfully abroad for
lsaring. asese .peciul vulue for
brake blm ks, giving even latter result
than cast iron. After U-ing cut to the
sweep the wheel it i. tinuly clamptil
to i n0 uruke .in-, uwing to it ex
treme harducM the wood wear, verr
lightly and uniformly. New York
(ssnrg tVashlagtua Hold Hook.
George Washington, when young,
raxvaase.1 around Alexandra, Va., aud
sold over copies of a work cutitled
"Bydeir. American S.trag'e." Publish
Spur... . Vt.Ml.My.
Mr. Spurget.ti ot.ee wrote to the anh
bi.hopfi.r ta-riiiis.ion to dnva through
bis rk. inclosing .tampetl envelope
addreaaed f. H. purgeon." The arch
bishop aowered. wntinij "Re v." before
! the nam.
rmplllallatr Ik w.w
Th Chin.-) ud to make practice
of flinging men overboard during storms,
and as la'e a the year 1730 a number of
person were publicly killej In cn pror
lnca) in order to prevent the tide from
naicj h'rher and ovsrflowin csstais
A IIWHiHill I I j (i
AN ORGANIZATION FOR iMpaC;
n.rlla W.air. Ilata Itua la.ki,. '
a Veaalleu. I)iiellnn Tk.ir l.i
lug kj.ieai uf l.li In I'n,,,.
Sertanl. M hu Ar trlrr.sv
A meeting wu held not Im,
magnllbnit city ball by n , n,1
I'uiotiof liei lin for I he piirpusr .,( j,,,, '
rewarding servant of tin. inn,,,,''
Jeara of faithful service. Ti
Were handsome silver pin, w n h n
It ial of l be union and I lie wools, -H,, "
for faithful servile," nil fiur.nH ftf," .
rate, a copy of the moon' iis.Us.,, ,u
uiii of nu y, del. rmiii. .1 l, t ,(i '
The lloiiscw ife iiiiIoii I on, 1)it
energetic women' orgaiiiati.,i iu
many. Ill in run u iiitiueii.. Utrt
mil over every liianch of lioux l,,
(Illl ever) oon.-.i . . hiiimii; 'I,i ig
waafoiindeil by Fran l.ina .Mnrs-eut,
The lib of encoiiruiilng faithful i.'
service by a public reward iml.,,,,
atioii from In r brain. In ti. fjt., Tr(n
Ita existence I he committee mi ,nm it
burl wink to make l.itb ends nn.-i (,
public Inten-l in the est in,,,,! .'
eiu h year, nu I now. Ihank in ,p(
h k'Hi le. I b.s tu n In l uf I he Uln,,i, , . .
.upMirt iug and allno-l out of .1. 1.t.
To Is- entitled lo u prize. 11 ..h ui n ..
serve at least live yenis iu llo- s.ou.-1.,
hold, lifter which ti she re. eu-, t .
klld the certillciite. She ireeiie after t,
year In the same family the cAl...
and leu mail., lu gold: alter tinityr..
he gel twenty marks, an t aii,.r
year ill the same household llurti
I the sum given. She may reintr .
tain pri.e every live year if l.ei.i,
the only necessary condition l.u.n th
her employer. If Hot a tneinur uf t..
union, must ay two year' memUrv
fee nnd a small sum toward t lie prutr.
The council hull Used for tin- si,,,.
meeting was IlIliil lo overllowiiut who,
Interest el crowd of women, a uuui L.
and them bsikiug nnd pri.lml.lv i,-,;
very much out of pl.uv. lu the Inait s,
sat from twenty to thirty senant.ul t
ageilmssei in I heir la-si und fully
ciativeof the iuisirlance of the im..! t
The milling wu o;s li by ihr pns.;n
of the liiiioii. Fran Morgeiisteru. a Un
tout woman, with w bile hiiiruud a l.ri.'L-
kindly fin e. After a brief resume I
lllinuti- ol the lust meeting thr pnsulr.
aike of the puiHiof pn.e itnuig. u.
bo of Impioviug the class of 1. otiw
ervnuta by encouraging long and (aitli:
attention to'iluty and the attempt to -torn
Mimething ol the patriarchal r. l.ii;..
ol servant and employer iu loruu r !
when the sertnnt was one of the f .tin.
Inking a M-rsonal pride mid inti ti -t iu !
welfum of the household. i
Sh then spoke to the servanls, eniiLi
aiming Ibe gil tin ir example must do'
many of their class, and eoiit rusting u,
securily ol their position with the j.4s' '
the factory baud nnd the shopgirl. Tj
employer came in for a little of the pru
a well, t ran Morgeiisteru riuhtly git.i
the housewife her due share of luiKru
in making and the keeping of gil n
aula. Then the list ol those to he nf. .
eil wa read, and the women came furwari i
one by one to receive the prize.
The first mime announced wu th.il ul i .
working hoiickccH-r, w ho hud si-rveij .::. j
year iu the same place, out living I wu
eralion. and now in her old age ruml . '
a one of the family. The iitiiioiiin iirn,, :
evokeil a atorin of applause, nnd t l.r u
ence wu nun li disnpHiinlel wlu-ii Ui
Hint thia faithful creature nus tisiuid hi
... j j .... in.
try home, and that her prize had Is-.-n (
Wnnhsl to her.
Next oil the list none another limits
keea-r. whose term of sen he had latel
'JA year.; t hen n eisik of ) year' sen hi- in
th Mime household, auot ln-r of and an
other of '.Is All lived in country town,
lint far distant, und Irotu one w ho was i.n
able to he pn-sent H letter of lliaiik. n.i.
read aloud. Then came six wouim. .'.I ot
whom hud served 'Ja year ill faiuil.es in
llerlin; then one who had served f .r .1
year, another for 'il, another for ri
end for "jn, four Inun la to '.il years, .v,l
seven whoa term ol service last.-il In,n.:
tola year. Twenty-eight, ill allwirrr.
wanlt'd, Ibe majority having served If
more than tears iu ihe same faa.ii.
Several had receiveil prize, lite teat U
lorn, and several were from fumiiie. uie
fellow servant, bad la-en rewarded w.tfc
thn lust few years.
Al the pietioii meeting forty 6'i
Women were rewaiileil, and lha IiiiilI'
of prl.e. given his sa-liloiii I sen Isrlo
Tom lung stories of lidi-liiy in uusfortiiM'.
of honest nlt.n btnelit Isirn ol pride uml n
lerest iu the employer' family wi rv t"IJ.
and ll wa haul lo la-lieve, in li-.tci.uis
that we were iu the latter half of the Nine
teenth cent in v and iu Ihe heart of a Knit
city. They re. ailed other ipiarter of ll.e
glols where two or three women e.u I
uicel for a s.s ial i hat il hout harrow .list
tale to narrate of inioiii teal "help." i t
Iim l.f.rilhliOM .,f l,.,iik..L. niliL.' llllil sililiitlw'
for the lime when uualerii ingenuity w nl
invviil a ineihaiiual substitute tor thai
Utffssury evil thedouu-siie servant.
The Housewife' union was ots'atu"!
about eighteen or twenty year ago by the
boil sew ive of llerlin for inlicerted elbal
gainst ihe uniiece-.arily high prices iii
Uiumled by t he purveyor of the tarioa
mean of existence. The high prm .1
family supplies bad Hllruclcd the attn.
Hon of Fmu .Morgun.urli. nnd her punU
l ture ou the sulijitt occusioliisl con-, .let
able excitement and a run ws I women to ac
tion. The uniiiti wua formed, und a fjt
lurly organie.1 Ui)eolt bad the dcsirvil '
feet of lowering prices on the necessiti...f
life. The union then turned it uttetic. u
to charity. During the distress u i asi .:."l
by tb uupret e.lelile.1 growth ol the i
population after the war, more than :i "U
poor receiveil assistance eiu h w inter.
Then cuiiie a time when the adultcralwn
of food was carried lo uch un excess tl il
ll was iniMissiiile for any except the rich n
obtain pn.sr noiirislnneiit. Here aaui
the uuioti stepped lo the front and calieJ
the attention ol the government to tl.
frnnda a-qtratel on a belplc puli.i.
and obtained legal protection for its laisir.
torie establislieil for Ibe purHw of dele'
Ing ailulternttl futal.-Urrliu Cor.
Ilia first Train.
The oMet railroad conductor In thr
1 Idled State ia lticli.nl l oitghliti. I"
ISO be ran a trnin from I'attrsnn. X. ' ;i
Jerm y City. Fju h ear wa pulhsl by
team of horse along a strap rail '
Inches wide. The rails werennileil tog
era. I'nele L)i k. as he Is, al!i-., i n.un-i. in
eighty year of aue. When be ki'nufot'
conductor had to collect rash fan-a.-N1
Afraid of orr lent.
There an- men in the city hull and o 7
building who bonesily thjuk they w.i. '
be beat.n al the polls or haw their job ' '
penny got into their s ket. S.rr.e of V--
crank go so far a to keep eiinie out f
their bonie. and so long a. the chilrJ
sTt their p krt aVioney in n.ore vlua:n'
metal then. I no obj.i tion to th bov.xsM
csa pper. I'hicajfo T- un
i q Her Trlaajpkv.
) A well brought tip rbilJ was f-cvn
i .Tetl5- to purloin ami jxjcktt aa
i oranjre from th laid ut dinner tu
j Ue, but waa aftfrwanl fset-n to ettcr
; the empty room and aetTeUr agaa
' return it to tb dih and triumpbast
lT exclaim. "SolJ ajjain, sataaT