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EUGENE CITY GUARD.
EUOENE CITY. OREGON.
OLAObTONfe FAILING FAST.
Ta oraa,l old Man Mm Agrat Nat; tear
la I'aal Thrra Muatlia.
Tltoae who fcaml that hii p'tin'tnetit
from public life would bring uiarti Mr.
(llndatoue just Hum evil which Iki de
signed to avoid are beginning to find
their judgment juatifliil. The tJrund
Old Man ha aged many year iu the
paat thrni motif Iim. Thn picture Im uiudti
at tli" Ih Andrew ( lurk nieni.rrial nn-t
lug nu a pitiful . Ho ww a fn-hlu.
bent octogenarian, who bonul uja.ua
tout tit k even when addnaviiug tho
audience fniiii hi chair. Hi word
were brave, poliahul, wi ll cli-u and
appropriate. Not a ahadow him yet cn
ed lila alnuing Intcllii-t, lull both fliwb
and aplnl urn breaking I In ia not ill.
No N illo malady ia undermining hi
murveloua iialilT, hut a gmat change.
which liia grieving friend ramiot fail
to niignlw I" making rapid pn.gmna.
Hu hu Imt intcrcat lu life. That ia
oiuiuou. Fur t;o year hr foiiud rtat ia
other forma of activity and -ce iu new
trugg'c. Work Intit ls-u lil only no
rial inn. rrcali reinibllitli never
fuilid to renew liia vigor. Ilia frienda
ant beginning to understand now what
hir Andrew Clark aw clearly that for
luch a nuiu to fold hta iiumla nioaua do-
pair and death.
Every fffort will I mode now to pro
vidH thn warrior atuti-amnu with taaka
and amhitinii auflli n uily iniirtiuit lu
keep olivn Ihut energy which cravisj and
foil opon whut iu tmat men would
deatmy it. If liia ciithuaiaui can l
revived, Im may rcmuiii muny dayt
figure of which th nulioii will l moat
(irouiL If not, then nothing can loug
deluy the cud.
The tnt niniukub lo i ffnt of Mr.
liladntotiu'a retirement haa las-n dearly
t-mphnaiicd iu eoniiiitiuu with liia find
jiublio appearum). Ilia i-ucuilca have
elnudy become hi a friend. He hua com
pletely ccaaul to be a art i win ligure iu
English politico. London Cor. New
SHE FOOLED THE OAIUFF.
Itere iMiaegaa dim aa Kahlhlllaa ul He
lantern? aa a Thirf.
Dora I iin Kun.ouuuf thn mill kkillful
thinvea known to tho oliiv, uav au tx
btbltion if h' T art Monday momiiiK at
tho llnrriaoii hlrtt t (Milioi tallun, which
(rave ltaililf Vot 1 a at ill irn-atc-r opiu
iiui of In r (li'Xtrrity. hhu had Ut-u ar
rvktml in piin-iiunro of a atamliiiK order
Klvcti ly Chirf llrciiiiun to Im k her up
un hixlit and wiu arralKiiMl l f.mi Jua
tico r'ti-r. Mio wua diM'liMruttl, aa
tin re wiim no rviih'iiiv iiif'iuxt her. It--fomliuvi:x
tliu courtroom kImi atoial
to cluit w Hit tho bailiff.
"Vou urn pri'tty cli-viT, Dora," aaid
Vcgi 1. "but if all ini ii wcru an hard to
rub ua I Would U you'd linvo to do
oiui'thiiiu I'lxi fr a living."
"Oh, miiiiii day aoiiia ono will fool
you, ts" a.ud litn.
Tho two ntioil talking for a few mill
ul.n, iiml tlnn I lie woiiiiiii lift thn room.
Shortly afterward ltaililf Vhki I found
that III (liuiiioiid warfiiiii wua miwiuK
111 nil urilnl iiiaum r lui rullid tlm at
trillion of m vituI oltlii ra to hiu linn,
ulid tin y l iii to M arch thn room, iu
tlm luulitT thought it li.nl iln i ixl from
In M-urf to thn lloor wnncw In ir. Wliiln
tin y Wcro i iik';ki i1 iu thn in arch lh
Dom uaii wuiuaii approachi-d Vui 1 and
"llavo you found your pill?"
"No," npli.il V...
"Well, In n' it K" Kiid tin) woman.
"IU' can fill In vt tiuinwhi n you bmu
alaitit yuiirw lf. I jut waiill to ahow
you that you would la an ruy mark,"
and h went owny lanlniiK. ('lilca(fo
Inter (Ni an.
A LUOICROUS DUtL
Tarn hwlffl I hmma imm W m4 Taai
tofc4 III Hll)li . I.
On way of rombatluf an evil prafl
tioa ia to uiakn it ridirulou (r w by
tbia uicaiia that ducliuK waa atopuwl I
a certain diatrii't of Kentucky aotua 40
years ago. At that lima a traveling
prwtchcr limned llow ninn, aatrotiK, mua
cular man, waa coiiilm tinK aaeriiof
ndiirioua mx'tijiira In Kentucky. Atuxi
of them a wrll known dil-ratii char an
ler m-atel a iliMurlatiKw, aud being
tiublirly ndiukiol by llow man aent him
a cliallcii(f" to AkIiL
Tlm prewher'a firat thought waa tC
tn-at thn matter wilb i h ut contempt
Then li n fli' t.-.! that dueling waa all
too nimiuou iu thai reyinii, and ha de
cided to ait-ept the cliullciiifH.
Aa tlm cliulli iirfl party, Jiowuiau
bal tho choice of wfiilia. Ho ai li'te
a half biirhel of lurirnlriitb aitatoMiaud
atlpulati d that Ilia opKiiiciit niuat atiiml
13 pucea iliNtiiut, and that only mm po
tato at a limn ahould ! taken from thn
Thn dinixriulo waa furloua, but liow-
man iiiMHtcl upon liia rlKUtaaa thn rhal
leiiK)"! party and Ihn'ntciind todeiiounrn
the fellow a a coward if hn mado fur
t her object ioiia. He.-ini in war out of
thn aTu', thn drarteroilo at Inat roiiai-nt
Tlm colitcat took plwi on thn out
aklrta of thn town, und almt cvcrylnaiy
In tho ploco ttirnel out to an thn ftiu.
Tho iM-onda arrani(el thn two men iu
position, by tho kldu of rai'b la-ing a
half buhcl meiifura tilled With K"od
liow man threw thn firat iMin. It atruck
liia iir-.poiient In a central a.t and fell
lu pipct-M. A hout of lleliulit went np
from thn cniwd which flurrnil the di-a
a-rado, and liia taituto flew widnof tin
liow man watched hia chunci aud nr
cry tlino hia oimneiit ntno-l for a o
tato another ono hit him lu thn aide,
InavinK a wet iot ou liia clothe and
then acattering on all aidea. Tlm fellow
wua hit In thia way Ovn tliuea. Then
thn allth potuto atruck him iu thn abort
rllaa. ami Im lay on tlm Kruoadoulili'd up
with puiu and KroaiiK, "Knougb!
Thn byatondeni Went wild with le
light, but Mr. liow man looked very ao-
lf. Tho dcaiHTudu waa taken home
and put to hod, and thern hn atuid fur
mora than a wrek. and when hn again
apia on-d hn waa greeted with ao many
oke that life waa alniiwt a bunlen to
That waa tlm end of dueling in that
regiou. Family Herald.
EILVm DOLLAflS SCARCE.
A lut W lil. H l-run-4 aa l aviiMvlnl Mil.
nf Alhln la M aaliliilna.
A party of geiitletueli WiW diacuaaing
thn lliiaiiciul CMinlitioiia a mupleof duya
ago w lieu one of tin m tvinarki-d upon
tlm uiiiixiuI Murt-ity of ailver dulhira iu
circulation in Wuidiingtoii. I In alatl
tliai it wua ilittlcnlt in mil i a pi'num
who had a alUcr dollar ill hia Ka kel,
wheniw u few luoiitha ago thn curt
Wlieela Wi re morn ilelitlful lluui thn pil-
r aecurltiea. Ilia awrtiou waa ipjea
tlohed by one of lilcoinaiii.iiia, wiiiTt
Uni Im n nun kill that bo would l
willing lo make awugirof tlm cigara
to tirovn it.
"I will ! l,"he n-murked, "that you
caiiuot wiiliin one hour meet a man
whom you know who lnw a ailver dol
lar iu Ilia hm ket."
The other, who bad iun itreiiu ly larg
aiiiaiiil.un''. eagerly atveptetl tho gugo
and tia.k up a iiiiii down at thu cor
ner of Kiftiviith and K atre'ta Kvery
friend and acquaintance w bo cuius along
waa huctrd to exchunge a ailver dol
lar for four (juartcrx Nim of billa
Went pulled out of Jaleatriuiia' piaketa,
but tlm limn with the change wanted
only tlm dollar of hia ilaililli-o. At thn
end uf thn hour hu paid for the cigara,
tavatii Ln found not a man in hia quest
who had a hard dollar in hia aket I
dou't kuow the n-OMiu for thn narcity
of auch mill, but ita riti in-n it be
yond iloulit WaahiliKtoli Hot.
Ikrrllnril llrr krrvlrM.
SIniD the dintbof M. ItoUtiuiu the
ilapar old gentleman who invariably
Wore a at I k hut and carried an umlmdla
When diM-hiUiillig hl olllciul dutlia,
UruMb la haa lavu tlepriVMl of thn arrr-li'-a
of a puhlio rxK'utioner. M. do
l.n g haa kindly ach-d na a atopgap dur
ing the liitcrn giium. wo k bit vo-eiarati-.n
wua nipM-ati-d by thu authori
tiea. At thn apaiinted hour a at out,
t ml. lie a-.tl la.lv pn-w tiled herw-lf and
jun tiy remarked to thn a nii'l.il func
"I've come fv.r thn rira utioa My
hulu. ia not well thli ui. .ruing aud
aaked Un- to take hu place. I'll let
U got to l.uiin . "
Tltc g in-al tiia fa, tiou w aa iutetaii
flu) when alio added iu a rvaMurtiig
tone, '"Una ia not ly any lueaua the
However, tho auliiurltn-a n t uaed to
avail thvmwltea of her offer and uraaui
ly d.liuel to pay her ripena. lirua.
A tirlaoinr in tba Muik mu jail
amuai-d butiM If by wnting vevaea tu
lulixoacoj lf j liar U ra ou auull pin-a
uf p--T, w hi b tu pat-d ua ttio ba ka
of the ruachi that iuXcatrd hia oulL
The pa-try eventually klllol all the In
tel 't a that carr). J It, n.'t Uvaoau it waa
Uiil tat Uvauae llw lat formrBted.
A linait curioua uteuail of lioliauian
dwelling ia a llg ivment oven, lik a
cone, at thn buck of thn In man. In tbia
tlm family bread la bilked ltuhamarui
aro phyaiologically atarved, ami their
thin, attenuutisl forma ahow it. An uu
varying diet of Hah and fruit ia not
uouriahing enough, aud thn fact apcuka
for Itaclf iu tln-ao ialundera. Thu while
liulminana am homely ami aullow unha
burned ao Hint completion ia a thing of
tlm paaL lln-y rtindy aomn never
Wear ilim; henen fia t III thiwn luti
tuilca am tift and not luen lr tlm euda
f lega. 1 uaed to guxu iu Milunrnlioli at
thn fn t that daily and nightly viaitml
ourachiamer. riieiWlieraof the aplanil
ug could Wulk where u ah.al bail
iMlild Hot laar lo trial. Thn akin la-
mmt-a tougher than leather. Itlack Ha
hiiiiiiina aru I lie llln-at aaciineii of tin.
negro rwu to la ai n oulalde nf Africa
atrapping fellow with muginlliriil
urma and clnta, but liny are dreadful
heggura und ilniulful liura.
It ia ini'oui'lvablu how timpln the
lUliiiiiiaua are. I aw old men in hau
UIl Wella who hwl never Mill a In Tax,
or a cow, or a w he lil vehicle. Nawmu
ia their Mim-il "Why, laiy'auid Ji
I'imlur to me (even laaly dow n hero it
either a 1'unlar or u Johiianul, "Naaauu
hia a city. Hit 'aa tl.noo aaipe, hiuid
thu atna-ta urn mi w ide carriage kin go
uloi g hand Icavn riami for a rxina to
walk In hi beach aide. " Cullforniaii II
Taa Maa uf lha Mixurat.
Krom the unaleru girl'a point of view
thu man of the moiueiit ia not of much
account, any Soruh I Iraud. The iuotlnct
of natural aelivtioii which inclliitM her
Unit of all to M't him uaidn for hta flub
lilneaa ia atrengtheiul now by her
know ledgn of hia clmrai'ter. She kuowa
him la tter than her pimmta d.i, and iu
prolairtion ua aim know a him aim Hilda
bwa and ha n iwm to nwpect him. The
girla dtactia him w ith each otlu r and
with younger inurri.-d women, and out
of their dno'tiaiitoii la arlaing a atnuig
diatuatv for hi lu.
"I'm not going lo marry a man 1
can't nvl, " "I ahun't marry utilcaa
1 can II in I a iiinu of honor with no hor
rid piiat," and "lVm't offer nm tin-
mulilittetl n'liiaina of a man, " coupbal
with the name of Tom June and Hl
erick Kuiidom, are the iiiiiuiomt et-
priwioua of it. And it ia in vain for the
man of the moment wln-n be marrtca tu
hoH" to couo'al thn c-onmpieiKX of the
paat from hi wife by aaauiuitig high
ly refined objection to "allowing" her
to n-ad any laa.k that would opeti her
yi .Maniiera nf tlm new woman are
perfect. Mie in lievnr aggnwivi lievi-r
argumentative, but aim underataiiiU the
art of aelf defenan aud nla what aha
f IMOVraat Tiiaa,
The drummer for a t'hii-ago home
hnndliiig New Kugliuid trade, who had
Hot aa n hi gial old mother for long
time, nwutly aja-nt Sunday with Imt,
and w ben hn atarted away alio laid tier
hand tenderly on hia heaiL
"tbaalliy, my la.r, "aiie aid "lut
your trual in lYoviileiu-e, and yoa will
cviuie out all right. "
iMinw, mamma, he ri-pltil; yoa
don't know that country. I'rovidence it
the h.u-il.-t town to Wtk lu the wbola
of New Knglaiiil," and tho g.aal lady
waa greatly nh.a kial until they had
come to a mntual iiii.leraianding aa Ic
what rah one w a thinking about.
la txoit .'!. IVeaa.
A I'aakl I aadlliaa.
Maud Frank 1'lutua haa iiroiaaval to
Carrie, but the ay he haa mi are money
Kdith C'arie d.a-aii t a.-ciu to ciuiaid-
rr that If be bal more l.raiiia thau
money it ia not likely be would ever
have pTopoal to hT.ll.at.iu Tlau-ai-ript
COMEGGIO'S "ST. SEBASTIAN."
Umw4 br Ujr aaud but alth naot aata
tblaaaiM teiw I ra,
flaad aa Madiiuba. waliig all that tbaf
fbacbiW Ihina upward fare balk alaktad.
Mill awl drlitbtxt;
iU, bliaa, ba wit b aalt rim two tuula ar
At lb louiif aapao Irara rtjuka, tbuugb U
It, !! balil tlatil.
Iatbaai,ti vi.it nf tl.a air, tba cumut erf tba
ftioa baat lb r1l of a raftlra'a cliaarra:
li .poll daiea.
faualil la Ilia laf of baarra't divine aa
IS'bllo c liar a la irti-l on tba iloml. uf liitnk
buu. curleil flra.
fbe bal loot. Ilm.iigb I Lam. far baluw.ea
the wltb atf I tlr,lra.
Mnal elrar nf U.i.d oiuat tbrj ba rat kubad.
No joy la aa ftlil
to Ibalra ab'iaa .. by olbar tyra ara back-
Tbuuib arrow, ralu oo braaal and Ibnail tbf
bava no iHiwrr In burl.
n'bll IU) trnai l"ua fai a Ibri fall aa Ibataat
Ob. mlfbl mlna ). au a II limit naaaura,
laad oa ibair traaaura.
tba world a lib tbuua and dart ttlkbldolta
-llicbaal Field lu Uadua Aia.Umy
A inealti al man haa fotiu 1 out that dia
mal Wratber haa a bad rffect Uaa tli
re-.ning powera aa well aa upon the
; tpirra. llraav. but dedui-tjona made oa
tliaidy day oftaa prove to be faulty.
I know it'ta right ainart offer, Mpilr,
ami ia a big aiim of money for a id
lot to get for taking a irof laiatafrou
f'lttahurg to New Orleana, but, don't
you aee, there'a heap o' riak to run. 1
ain't afeenl o' what tho river can do,
for I've been down the Ohio and Mi
ataaip' time enough to make their ac
quaintance pretay well, but feelin a aro
hot among the people along the liaiik o'
the lower water, ami 'twould be ar
much a a niun'a nnck'd be worth to l o
caught with a brooilborii of Yankee
coal anywhere N-twlxt Cairo ard tl.a
Old Und Church." (The place where
the coulbuata uae.1 to tie tip at New Orleana.)
I'm well aware, Jack Leather, that
the riak ia gn'tt," replied tttiuireThotiiaa,
the owner of the coul. "Hut we have
the bout all loaded and 1 want them
Itarted, even though they dou't get
farther than the mouth of the Ohio. Ho
promlae you fiOU if you go through
tu New Orlcau all right, with f.iK) in
advance, which will lie your if your
trip don not extend beyond Cairo."
"A I aid, returned Jack, who waa
one of the oldeat pilot on the two riven,
tt a a inuzin temptin offer. And if I
can pick up a crew of aipiare men hew
in Pittalmrg I'll make a tturt of It.
Thut'a right, leathern, " anawered
thekipMT. "Offer them I50 apiece.
one-third in advance."
Very well, Mjtnre, ami if any of the
boy are loafing aniiiud that' got tun
bottom in em to go with me, 1 11 be
ready to Yuat off" at daylight tomorrow
Jack leather did not meet with to
much ditliculty in picking tip a crew
aa he had anticipated, for, although the
ar cloinla of civil ttrifu hud already
begun to lower over the countrv, the
ignorant tauitmun did not realm the
bitter feeling with which the tmnple
the a. in th were imbued, and couae-
qnently had not thn fi ara for their aafo-
wlnch the pilot, more enlightened.
It a no more thuu right for me to tell
yon, laeva, that were aturtin on whut
may ba thu imtteat trip that any of na
have ever taken down at ream. So if
thnrv'aone among you licit feel acury.
can jet chuck hia plunder on the
bank an gou-liurn right here, for after
we awing out into the Ohio not a man
mil leave thn laiut till vn get to New
Orleana, unleaa he'a taken by ofllcera or
oldii-r along tl-i way. or w atnke m
mug niul huvu to awim for it."
"Ain't you going down. Jack?" aaked
one of thn rnw aiguificantly.
"I ahoulil any I wua, wua the grim
"Then I ris kon we un have got aa
much aand u you una, ao there ain't any
need of moro talk alaiut it."
Though the r ply waa given in a gruff,
almoat aurly tone, yet thn pilot waa well
pleoaed to receive it, aa he knew th--nature
of tho material hn had to deal
with, and accepted the laconic retort of
the rough laiatmuu for whut it waa via.,
a pledge of fidelity.
A thn puir of long, unwieldy coal
boata awuiig out into the at ream and
felt the current of thn river, they were
heartily checn-d by thn crowd of idle
pnetator who were gullicn-d titain the
"I wiah we'd waited until night afore
makin a atari," grumbled the pilot to
hia aaaiatnut. Hilly llrown. "Now the
newa that Jack leather with a broad
horn of I'lttaburg Coal ia headed down
river will travel a giaal aight foater'n
we will, ami we may l.a.k for truuMe
even afure we git to Cairo."
"Well, my advice if, Jock, not to bug
that tnmble la-fom it cornea abniad," re
pliel the youthful and light hearted
"aecond" aa he gave a vigorout tweep
witli lut lung tteering our, aa much to
einphaatte hia n-tuat k aa to guide the
boat out into uiidalream.
"I don't proline to. Hut, don't yon
ee, whiln we're up here among th
I'nion folka, if any one at..ai and aak
tu what we've got we can any we're got
Yankee coal and tell the truth. Hut
when we get down into thn Miaaiaaip'
and the other cbapa hail ua we can't
ay we're hadcd with a aeceali cargo,
'canaw that'.! be a lie, and Jack Leather
baan't told a lin aim e be waa a boy."
"Well," replied hi companion, "you
wouldu't catch Hill Hrown heaitating
long bvtwtvn a lie that would burn hia
tongue and the tnaian of a ro. If I
waa lu charge of thia broadhorn, ane
auv one ar.mii. I here akel me w hat Td
got. I aboitld aay Yankee ovil. If I waa
down alaiut Yickaburg war. and t';
chaa aholil.l aak me theaameipieatiou. I
Would tell 'cut aeceall CiMil. If they tOvJ:
niy word f r it and let me . I'd alee;
a heap aihl aouti l.-r that night, think
iV.g I had iueeml thmngb a uttghr;
The ronacienti,Hia chief al iwly ab.ak
bi neavii, Mil uia,ia no auawer fcr a, .
eral Inlniitea, finally he aald:
"l-rhaia thrn'a a.nne war wn can
get amund it. Now, Kriittnky la a.
mnrh ar.ti aa aha u f,,r the 1'nion, ao
I waa thmkin if we cmld make a trade
f.ir a hundred lui.ln . ,.r ao .f her coal,
we'd have latb kind alaurd and wr'd
1 all n.ht."
Ilrx.wu atmled at the novel Lianin r in
whuh hu pilot prp,aa-d tjiptitt na
coiia.ien.-n. tlmiifh be ha I to admit it
waa ti.it a bad a hrtiia.
Hut," be remarked. "Won't the n-t
tapture ca if w make a landing to trv
i that kind of a l-arterr
Yea. they would U likrlr to. Dot it
truck me that before we got out of the.
Ohio we might meet a ateaiuer that d be
willin to rK'haugn. 1 know moat o' the
cap na, and wouldn't mind throwln In a
few titra buahelt for tbe aak o the
Tbia idea teemed to greatly pleaae
both men, although brown obaerved
that h would not go to o much trou
ble, and volunteered to do all the lying
in laae Uiey were ttopaxl and juea
tiolieil. To ihia Leather would not cunwent;
to the matter waa dropped.
Day and night the broadhorn floated
tranquilly down the Ohio. One after
another thn large town aud citie were
tMtHaed, and our friend could ane that
everywhere on almrn great excitement
They were now journeying through
what might Im termed a neutral coun
try, for thn people at thi time bad not
0aiily expouaed the cuiian of the other
Nearly a week thev had Wn aWnt
from I'lttaburg when they arrived at
Louiaville. Here they were obliged to
haul up and await their turn iu pawing
through tlm canal.
"You tin won't get very far with that
Yankee coal," observed a loafer on the
The boata from down river My that
they una are jut haikin for tuch chap
aa you una.
"Iteckon thev lie," replied llrown, to
whom thn remark waaaddreaaed. "And
they won't have to ha.k hard to find ua,
for a broadhorn ain't ao email an object
that it can't bn teen from one bank to
That waa thn only comment made
which would tend tocauan the boatuien
to fear for their aafety farther along.
hen again well on their way, leaving
the city behind them, the pilot aald:
Tve fixed it. Hilly. I've fixed it nil
right You know Huh hkelton, the
rap'n o' the Kuuduaky? Well, he'a coni
ng out o Louiavtlln aonin time tonight.
and'll overhaul ti a long way thi aidn
o' Cairo. He'a agreed to alow down an
make fuat, an give ua l'.t) biiabeU o'
aeceah coul for KM o' ourn. What do
you think o' that, my lay?"
It' a right pert m heme," waa the
reply, "in it ain't a goin to delay u
any, un will lie a heap of relief to your
"That juat it, my lud."
Some hour after midnight the heavy
potting of a high preaanre boat waa
heard approaching from up the river.
"There a thn SHiiduaky! exclaimed
l-athera. "Now, light another lantern,
Hill, and awing it ao Skeltoti'll know
As nam aa thn aignul waa diapluyed,
the experienced lioutmen could tell by
the aouinU that reached them that the
ateamer waa alowing down.
"It'a all right," aunt the pilot. "Stand
by for her line. And you fellow get
ready to roiiat I '.HI biubel alaiard of
"Clir'tia. a laiut jeat otlfo' Lolliavill
wnntiuter Imy coal," grumblml one of
"!'ruM a he'a aei'eab au the Yank
woiildii t im-II it to her, or p'ruai nhe'a a
Yunk uud the a4M'eah wouldn't aell it to
her," n-tiirne.1 another of the crew.
"You can't tell bow itia in tln-ae time "
It did not tiikn long to M-cnre thn
liuwaera, and the big ateuiner and the
hroailhorii tjunted on down the river aidn
When thn laiutiiieu auw tho liegru
en w of thn Kundilaky puaa them with
filled Ui-keta and dump cml on their
own pile, they came to thn collcluhioll
that either Leuthera, thn pilot, or thecuj
tain of the ateuiuer.or tailh, were crazy,
but they continued their lulair until
ordered to ccaa.
Then the big Unit drew ahead, and
toon her ri-d hot etnokeatack diaajn
peareilaroiiud tlm l iid farther down.
leather fairly dumed with delight
when the exchunge hud la-en completed
and he waa again alone with liia little
bat.il. Culling hia crew to him, he auid:
"Now, la.va, if we'rn hauled up afore
wn reach the .Miaaiaaippi, or leoatwian
afore we pioui l-laiul Number Ten, aud
anyone aak what we've got aboard
tell 'em 'I'lttaburg coal.' but after that,
mind you, it a Kentucky, for we've jual
taken aotnn out o the Sanilu-kv.
A the cleverneaa of thn pilot' acheme
dawned uam thn in. ne t.ai brilliant
null. la of the lauitiuen, thev burat into
a hearty laiih und coiigrHtiilute.1 their
aiiierior ii.n hia alrutegy.
On, on they drifted, until the Mlaaia-
rlppi oa-neil Im .,rn tliem. Although
many lamta v ere met, aome coutultiiug
oftlivr aud aoldier in uniforri, they
were interrupted but nin e before thev
rwlied the Father of Wutcr.
"If you know when you're well off
yuit'd b.-tter work in and make a laud
i.ig on the II 1 1 in. ia almre and tell your
coal for whut It will fetch," adviaed a
roan w ho had come off in a akiff to bail
tDi'in. "If oi don't, the aeccali will
aeize it b id chuck you fellow a overlaatrd
lo tho cattlah.
"I liua thiiiu'a ain't quite aa bad aa
tt'ttt. returned Leathera.
"If they're mt now they will lat be-
fjn ton uei iiai inilea further.''
lty tbia fiie tin- miii in the akiff waa
at far aaterii that Ina voice could acrve
ly le beanl, and the pil.. winked at hia
aaaiatutlt and tllll kleil.
The third nibt after piamg Cairn
liey werettartled by
tainilig aix inen altoot out i.. the dark
none and v. vecupauta apriuic over the
The alrnnger were armed and quickly
covered the two piluU Wltb their re
volver. "W here are you from?" demanded the
"We left tiuiaville two week ago,"
promptly replied Hrown.
"Nolle. 1 liia la Yankee Coal." a
tertcd the newcomer.
"Now if that atuff you're ttandin on
waru't untied in Kentucky you may
hang Ja k Leather to any treat on tbe
hank." n.t.Ttcd the pilot.
"Ah, Leather.. I that your went on
th officer i f the guard. "Now I know
we've captured a pro." And turning
to Ina follower he continued: "Two of
vou men jump into the kt!T and nin hi
line out to the ahore. And you. Leath
rra, order y.mr i rewr t the ivara. Yon
tuuat make a landing at Yickaburg. Ah,
ba. thi lot of Yankee coal i juat what
the laiya are iu tieel of."
"I tell you," perflated the pilot, "I've
got Kentuckv eel alard."
"IVrbap Vou have; but Well tew."
Aa the two aecnaai. mat g.t into th
boat Hrown went forwaril to haud them
lb end of tbe warping line, lu paaatug
among hit ow n rew be w huta-red:
La-k here, if tha fellow tak n
b) Vu kbnrg every on of nt will hang
la-fore da) light. It aeetnt to turn mighty
towaraiy to a.luw LJ a doirn men.
tbongti Uiey are armed, tocapture tuirty
riar fellow like na.
A low irrowl waa the reanonae, but It
"I'ay out! I'ay out!" tbouted tbe tol
Jiera iu the lat.
"All right," returned the aecond pilot
I-nll awav. vou're iretting It uow
faater n voii can take it." Though in
reality Drown wna holding outo the
rii tiiitil be i-oeld aeenre a pi' of
llinla-r to it, to mialeud the would lie
captor and induce them them to think
they were tow ing a liawaer. Then Fa
cnt the line aud tmiaelewly dnp-d the
log of waal into the water.
In the durkueaa the four aoutlicriicra.
who were ualliereil about thn indignant
pilot, i ..ul. I not are what waa going on.
liordid they realize any change in the
aitnution until tln v felt their arm pin
ioned to their anh-a and heavy hand)
tihtced over their luoiitha.
What ilia thi llieall.' UlM-al tolled
"Mean." n'ilie.l the intrepid Hrown,
that wn dou't proan to make a Innd
ing at Yickaburg. that all."
"It'a a ladd atroke, but peril the
beat one." n-nlied Leather. "Secure
them lirmly until we get by thn city. It
won't tuk half an hour to leave the
light In-hind. Where amthetworua-
cal that went off lu the akifTT
"Towing a log of wiaal ashore to
enre it to thn bank," anawered Hrown,
with a chuckle.
All eye were now atruined to detect
thn preaeuce of another guardlioat
thonld one lie abroad upon thn river
but our friend were not nioleted and
the broadhorn awept by thn city where
em long waa to l" the aceim of carnage
A the aim up e the conllawta were
well down in the rpup-Iy aetth-d conn
trv, und Lenthera, having M-t tire-l the
aoldier-i' Wi-ua,iia, ordered t In-Ill to li
releawd and invited tliem to join him ul
"Whut are you going to do with uar"
ilcmuiiiled the officer, a wain aa he re
"Set you adrift in one of my akiff
when vou have fiuiahed rating," wua
the oail reply.
"You'll Im mudo toauffer for thia, la
lieve Hie, Leuthera."
"Oh, 1 mkou not. My in-tructioiia
were lo take thia coul koiitb aa quic'aaj
a po-uilc, und imt to "tie up or allow
lliynelf to lie atop-d llluler nuv circlllll-atniice-,.
And 1 judge theofliccr who
ialiMiking for tin curxo ia a little bit
higher up thuu you lire, my friend."
"Hut where are you taking it';
"There' uuot her of my iiiatructiou
Not to tell a aolll on thn river to wbol.l
it i Colliglied. Si if Vou have filliahlal
your re-.t you may climb into the akiff
and go buck to Yickaburg. It'll I. a
hard pull, I know, but it ia your own
fault. You ahoulil have taken my word
and not mie In the attempt to retard my
In a aurly nnaal the atiMicr baik their
aeutN iu the laiat, mid without n-Mailid
lug to the pilot' farewell Marled ou a
gixal tell Ullle row Hgllillal the at run '
film lit of the Miaaiaalppi.
hen thev wern Well out of hearing
Leather graa-d the hand of hi u-
afatant and vuid:
Hrown, You did well, and if we reach
New llrleuii all right vou ahull have a
hundred dollar for lat night' work. If
1 have to wy it myaelf."
till, we'll Im a urn to get them anfe
now. I tell you tlm way I mourn. lika
burg ia thn priiiciiut upa-r gnurd ata-
tlnii, and having run the gantlet there
Kiicceaafully tin-re ia Imt littlo danger of
Mug atopjmd further down."
Yt', bllt thine fellow will reiairt u
aa nen na they get nalmre, act tlm bdo-
gruph at work und we'll Im cuiiglil
1 don t think m. I hey 11 Ik- a-hamed
to nek in i -bilge that eix nruuil men al
lowed a coullauit to alip by them."
llrown' n-iiaoiiiug provnl correct, ami
our fneinla met with no further trouble,
bill dclivenil the coal in -wifely at New
.A llln.imh an e-li aentiinclita mil high
111 the Creacelit City, the lamtmeii folltni
lio difficulty iu aii'tirillg iuaae to return
to their home, and iu juat eight w-eekt
from the tune they left home Jack
Leather, the pilut, and Hill Hrown. hi
a.-iatnnt. were buck in 1'itti.burg with a
round ainn of motley In their paa ket
earn.-l by riiiiuing a mrgo of Yunk.-e
Coul to New I l leulla. - .M.irltnll IbiWnlllK
i.l Yankee lll.nle.
ARE BLUE CUV3 VENOMOUS!
A Teiaa Iknlnr I .prrlmeutliia With tli
Irua I rum a Nraru'a .Vlnuih.
It haa long lai n u la lief iimollg the
lll gr.a a that the bite of one of their
race who haa blue unia ia ulaiiit, iu
ileinlly ua the lute of it mud dog or rat
tliTiuike. Kew white Miiile think thi
I iinything Inure thuu lucre uH tti
I n ill, and while iiiatainv au n-c.j-.litl
iu the lieWauii r t vety onov iu aw hile
.f ilt-nlh riuliing from bite iutlictid
ly blue, gum m-gna the general opin
ion i that the dentil w.m imt caoacd by
the bile, or viae that the M.aal of the
(eraou bitten w aa in auch condition that
a wound of ulimat any character iitial
ly m-vcre would have ptialuct-tl death.
It ia not qtii-tloiu-d, however, that thn
bite of a human Uiug whether the
blue gum variety or not may iu tome
iiotnucv prove a wvcre injury.
A com ia n iairted from tbe Lott Store
neigblairhiaak A negro woman Ellen
Toiler aU.ut . year of age, waa bit
ten olaiut a wi k ago by her daughter-in-law.
The Wound wua ou the little
finger and wa imt at all tlaugvmua in
appearan.v, but iu a day or two the
hand la t in to .well, and the twellitig
waa oivoinpttititit l r grent .uiil It a. n
apreo.1 to the entire arm, which puffed
up lo twiiv it ii.Tiual mm A phvai-
clan waa called in. and he pn-a.nhed
audi n'tiMiliia aa the rai" ai'liiil to lie
main I, but lia kjaw . t in and laated
ata.ut -JO hour. Klually thn awelling
b. gan to uliate, and the old woman la
now con-n I, -real on a fair al to mxiv-
The d.a-tor l.-unn-il that the daughter
in law w a i.f tlm 1 Inn gum variety and
rxuiuim-d In r tm utli to ai-e if it d iff. rod '
fnmi that of ainU.lv i In-. He aar '
tbe gum are f a purpliah blue nuittled
apptaramv, unlike th.a if the onliua
ry negnv He ia ak. i.ti.-al on tbe anhject '
of the bite of uch a p rnn being more
pli4iou thin that of aiiy tme elae, but
tay hn it experimenting with the virn '
or taliva from thi woman' mouth to '
cw if there ia any truth in the belief of
tbe uegn-. The aut jevt of hi experi
ment l a tuiall d.v. which be innocn-
iate.1 with the viru. and he aara he la
waiting f.a-development with aome de
gree of intervat Henham IV. tSalvwa- 1
tod Newa 1
MAIN DIFFERENCES BETWEEN
ENCklSH AND AMERICAN.
Tba Oaa I. Ltarywkar AoVrlad hf Maa
aad Art Tba Other I Prlaaaval aad Virgin-La.arjr
May Kail aglUh eaary,
bal Not baM'ilh I a.
Having lately viaitut Euglnnd after a
long alaa-nii., my mind aim-e my n tuni
Laa la-en lmv with theaul iM t of thn r-
lutioii la twieii i,ur ai m ry and Hint of
thn old world I viait.il dull part of
Hunihins flu l.av ing the hou-e where
I wua Maying it wua ina-t-aaary to get
up to an curly bn-nkfuat tociitch a train.
Two young aoldier. very plcuauut und
friendly fellow a, who went away nt tho
aamii time, wern in inn cuu wiiii me.
Ilefi-n-ucn waa iiiiiiIh to the aceticry, and
oun of them, who had lai n in America,
auid, "Yon Ameiicnii may imt alway
uy you uduiim Kiigluml, but in your
heart y i m kimw IIhtd i nothing likn
it. " 1 baikul out of the cab window at
thn flat and very mlbd out lumlacaie.
cnt up into qniin- and plot by irrni
feim-, which, however, with it apano
ouk atumling hem nnd there, wua not
without a claaaic griu-e, and thought of
tbe fn-ah und uiagii; out line of the Vir
ginia motintuiu. Hut tho hour wna
much tii curly and t ilmwy to allow
of any i xpniwimi of lia nt. It it an
old qui-atloii, that la-twii'li the m-enery
of thn two world. It i aimpln i noiigli.
however, with auobvion uuawer. Hem
it i primevul uud virgin nature; there,
nature ufTn'tnl bv man and urt.
The iliffep niii la twu ii Kuroa un nnd
Americaii trc nnd wiaalhiiuU ia aig-
niflcaiit of thi. Kurly in Scptciula-r uu
aniuaintaiiiii liaik ino to baik at n rn
tniirkabli) oak on hi place in Kwu x,
which he auid hud lai n thought by muuo
pcrnoii to la. a relic of the ancient lint
ir.li fon-at. Thia o;ik, which w u not very
high, threw ita aiwerful urma atrnight
out in ull din'ctioii oviruwidn apiwn
of gn ai in I. Certainly audi atni. could
not have ataal in nu alairigiiiul fon-at.
Them would not have In n aufllcieut
tun to .rial un- ao gn-ut uu uiiioiint of
leufagc, Ulld there Would have lai n UO
naiiii for auch u vaat lateral extenaioii.
It ao hapM-mil that only a few month
I fore, iu June tIi;iw, I hud m n iu
TeniiiMi- n giaal ileal of ii fnn-t which
wua iiliina-t virgin. The Irnn went
afraight npwnrd lo a gn at height, thn
lili-a la ing clean of brillichea u long
diatunce from the gronnd, und the leaf
nge want, evci pt nt the top, where it re-
u i Viil the Mill. I nale into the middle
of thi f. ir.it. Thn Im were often ao
liiae together that it Would have lai n
hard for it borao lo go la lvvn ii them,
und my hoie follownl the tail of a
treulll W hli'll Waa a-1 ahalliiw that it
acarcely innn- than wet hi fetlot ka, the
rhialialcndmii la iug very thick on each
aide of me. Hulling tu the tnidat of tlm
level tli nr of the fim-M, it wna nit im-
pn-u-ive wi iii. w hich I found. The pule,
lofty trunk atiaal even-when' parallel.
and w ith a atuti ly ilmirum uud mgul.tr-
ity.exci.pt w in-re, half way up the ml-
jmi'iit iiiiiuiitain aide, aoiiie tumbling
Im-, leaning nt angh-H iiguin-t their
atitTouiidiiig fellowa, which had nrreat
il them in falling, varinl I he uuiveixil
propriety with u noble iiinfuaioii, tlm
gray trunk baiking like mighty fallen
pillar of a ruined temple.
It ia true that our wi nery i not very
rich iu itaaiaia'i.itiiiiiaof human hiatory.
Thia a. mm. of inten-t w Iiiivk hen
only to it alight ib irrn.. Hut the l.iml
4'ii. haa ita ow n lij.tory. la it not well
to conaidf r that hiatory? I not ai-iiery
iiiimIo more impn aaive by the at inly of
thiiai. aul.liiue ehaiigiK which huve pro-
pnml the world which we mi, and may
Hot the ili ln-iirei of men of w ienii', i
far u the tiiilearniil HTt capable of com-
pn liimlinK tin iu, laibmught to tin-a. rv
in of the aoiittt of natural la uutv?
Another ii nit r L-t there tuny la in thn
Ni iiery ot the two lands. 1 here ix tin
to 1. aald of Kngliab mi nery it i (suit
able to the luxury and comfort of Kng
liab country life. It i nppmpriute. to
thn Kngliab f!iha,t. There an. plenty
f country Iioiim- throughout Kuglund
in w hich maieri.il comfort urn of thn
la-at, uud which at n-rtuin Maw ma con
tain much uurii'uhlc cuinp.iiiv of laith
m XiK. I had a. Hue experience of auch A
holm, iu Sum y. The library w a excel
lent. For u Wonder the weatln-r waa
giaal, the ephemeral I'.iiti-h aiin-liinn
n'Uiaiiiing all day on the wnitln rn wall
und really IiimIi 111110111; tli.-c M.avi n
f the garden you do not know bv liannv
E.iaily detuiiiiil by auch nn existence.
you iin not im liiml to anything more
active than amne kind of pleuaaut null
ing and un- likely to loao ymir place ut
that, while your ga4 n-at Uam thn
lulls to the wn.!. To audi a life uiid
auch u alate of mind the vague, soft ua-ai-
of the Sunvy hill w;w tuo-t auitu-
l.le two iinpulpuhln rniigeaof hills, al
luring to the 1 yes. K. no thev Ni'm-
il rather than aulistami or mutter.
und unreal, aave in their gi-ntle emer
ald coloring. And they were alway ly
ing then', quivering aa iu a (In am a
mi race which did imt go away.
If there ia nn ugm-meiit betwii-n lux
ury and Kngliab H-enery, my tu ntimeut
i that, on tho contrary, luxury diw-sn.it
Hut our winery. An inm foundry,
frange tu aav, il.au n,, harm. A forge,
a factory by 1 he aide of a jaind fllhil
with wafer lilii-" I have now in mind
the New Ku;(land laiidac:ia theso are
not unsuitable. Hut a tine hotiae iu
tome way i, and my aetiaeof incongru
ity extend as well to tin an. tnanaioti
which a friend ib-aiTi!- a tun u Atiue
in the front and Mary Ann iu the n :ir.
An hitivtun-, a.th private and public,
ahould la am h n ia auiful to the h-al
hipiin-iiieiit .mil hi.ti iry. Awhile fpire,
fur int .inn-, marking auch a chun'h aa
New Kngluud farmer have built for
ireiieratiiuis what nn el."iuent ol j.i-t in
a wide and undulating view' E. 8.
AN INDIAN MUTINY.
rat' the M... rait, l.nglaud I. Lu,f
-,M,a ta Hate Truwlile aa liar llaaila.
One d. not look lu the atai.l tn,j
diguitl.il fs pe tutor fur the aloiirdiii,
of H'llanlionul jouniuliaiu, and tln-r, f.i,
ita grave ajiiiuunii ini ut of a la in f (jt
another Iiulian mutiny i clian ut ban. I
will much Intetiaify tlm growing f,, i.
ing of nlartii over the aittutinii in ,,,
Aai.itio ilimiililiui i f tho (lim n. Afi- r
fxim-aaiug gn-:it uppn hi iian.ua Iuimi),,,,
tm 1. 1 ili.'patclie ami pri vuti. ,-tt, 1,
Yhe pai tator aiiya: "It I at all t v, m.
Within tho limit of u.l,i tr i,,t
w -if hiu the next f w day nil qm .11. i,.
Which now ii.tcn-at the inuntry mav U
twullownl up by the iiitelli.-u,-,, ti,
We huvu for tlm aecond tium 111 th,. .,.(
half 11 ntury India to nn.iiiiier.
"May i tlm time fur iiiaurni-ti.,i.,
thn anple ta-lieving that tlm In-at pic.
trule white nn n, and if u ri-ing h.i
lai.iinriiinK.d it ia during tin unmtli
that it would bjn-t out all over n.,111,.
em India. Jnt nt thia time we up. .,r
to Iw niviving one of th.e ,irni..,
Warnings which have fniiiently pie, , ..
ul iliaturbniui-M,' ami which in s:,; i,,
tho form of the Hii-tnhiitioii of chnp.it
tiii little nnleitveiied caki-i. Thrmi-li
lli har pttd n rt of the imitlivvei in, v
wen-diatribtitnl by tinkiiowii h:iml, 1. .
ci-ivnl in aileiiiK na by men w ho uinl. r
atiaal w hat lin y me-iiit mid iusii i.hi.i
Uni t evi ryw lu re w iih the kiiii.. ni p
tiou. "This time It t iki the ahaa of a
mti h of pi. u-o r mixed with hair, with
Which the trim of the cmlle-a maii.i
grove have 1. Hi'nlly b-' 1 ,(
thnitighotit in liar und the provim , . 1.,
the cost und weal. As iu iu7, tin mm
know how tin wa iloiie, er by wlnmi,
tli'iiiKli tlm liumls-r of r-.iis inv..he,
inust la gn-ut. The jMilii-.-, if they kn..
txtiy I liuiar. reveal iiolhiug, ntnl thep...
pie rellialll ba-t in that nppuietitlv tin
obn-rvnnt alienee which, throiighniit
Aaia, when 11 dangerous incident a cm,,
llienlia mischief. That uleine implies
nnd pmvea that if uuytliiiu; M rimis is
ititeiidul tile llilnliaai uud Mllaiillmau-,
iw in IV,;, un. laith ill it, f..r liny 1 - 1 J.
11111I1 ratand nutioiiiil ways iitially well.
Tho 1111 aning of the i hupatti aa a ai'iial
iK iia (l the giiveriiini nt olll. i.ila iu s.',;
a the inclining of the diatrtlmtioii i f
pluatcr caNqa them imw."
1 he lilui'inlal lltti ralni s nf J hi, Shi.-
tutor un- not without ju-micati..n.
There has lain an inna-y fu ling in
Anglo Iiulian cin-h-a fur luonths. Many
ja r-.lis 1 if high uiilhonty in India limn
lain writing home that "l.unl Klgm
will have In hands full la-fore long, "
uud "gruvu oii uin-ini- mnv ! cxtai t-
id in the lieur flit tile. " It l aiglntli ant
Ihut the i 10 1 11 1 1 i if the npiiiiii iiuiiiuia-
alnll IlllVe enlltl ll.llteil llilli'll to the (lis-
coiitent mining the nativi-, while thn
population of the Win de Hurt h isaulky
and n la lliuu las-nilae the govetuuieiit
i trying toimi-t it . by iucnuaing
the iisM lament of the land tax. I.nii-
ui le tter.
PORTRAITS OF AMERICAN WOMEN.
A Nnvi-I I.4MWH l.vliililtliiii i,f raliilliitfa In
Ib-iirtll Ni w tnrk liuriliea.
Arruugenieiit are now la ing mail.,
for u li mil exhiliilinii of old and linaleru
portraila of Alllelicall Women to la- held
curly in NovemlaT nt the Academy of
Ik-aigit. Hu h exhibition of women'
portrait urn given by thn t iallery club
iu Iiudoii, but they an- new iu New
York. It is prnarti d to divide the pro
etuis from this ehibitioii Nlwun St.
John' guild and llm l irtho dio dia
a usury and Ina-pitul. The la. lies n-tm'-
tiling these two chnritii- v hu lire ur
rnnging thi exhibition are Mr. K. N rt
H. J'olter, Mi. II. Wintlimp tlrav,
Mr. John A. liwery, Mrs. Charles d,
ltlinui, Mr. J. Ilol urt Wam n uud Mrr.
Adulf I-nleiil urg. The m lu t imt of tin-pictun-s
will I, iu the hands of 11 com
in 1 ; t n of well known artits.
It i la lievnl that the novi lty of am h
uii exhihitioii, iu adililiou to its ui'i-tii'
tneriis will iii-nrc it niim liieni
aro in New York many valuable por
Iraits of women. Nunc of tin in urn ly
Ainerieau arti-ts nnd a unci if tlnin vve.)
painful nl.r.ind. So lung aa the aubjn t
ia an Americuu woman the paint nn.'
may Is. hung in this loan inlln timi.
Already thn auimiiuii incut of auch an
cxlnliitii.il bus nroiiii int. rest, and U
I illtellileil to lllilke It It Ma ial Meci-v
Mr. Uiwery aald last night:
"We proa.ao to IciVn thn 1 xhiliiti'Hi
during the wn k of the horse ahow, fir
then tin-re am many i.ph in town
who Would la' inleri-ti.l in auch an ix
hibiiioii. There nn many line a.rtraits
of handsome woiiu-n In n', and I think
that auch un exhibition will attract nt
tuition und la in lit our charities. It is
iinpia..-ilile yet tu 'ive uny details ula.ut
the ll.ntnus that will Is' xhibitid.
That rest with the artists who anion
the hanging cniiiiuittiv, and of coun-o
it i tiai early for tlu-m to la in their
work. "New Yotk Siut
Nadal 111 Ci uturv.
t.aualag la ,alanil.
Urd and Ididy Mount Stephen, who
haveapent very many iur in Canada,
have inlnalticcd caina-mg in S-otJamL
They have taken the la-autiful eatate of
Kaakally. I'erthahim, l-l..tiiritiaC to Mr.
Uutler. wl.uh ,. inpriM-a a atn tch of the
put ure.. (ii,. river, Tuiiitiu l. which nui
thnrgb the Pom it Kil'iiecrai.kie to
Athole and all that district, and, in order
to explore more fully. Lord Mount
Stephen baa brought borne a Canadian
rain) and two real Canadian laavtinen.
They have aln-ady allot ti.tiie of the
dangen.u rapids i.f theMcx'tch river, and
tru invet:k-atiiig the aaltn.aa pia-la
among the la...-r in otherwiae ur.vm
p'ta Li.rd .Vuejit Stephen intenda Ui
ue bia can ? later on for aaluion fiahing.
Tbe Uovell v baa t reated a great deal of
i&trmt in the neighborhood, xtnJ.i.
to the ducal lartr at liuur Alhol caaU.
Om. UI IHnlra Slarlli-.l.
The chappie in the atute dcpartiiieut
aro in despair. Tiny cannot turn up
; their tninmr uny more that is, tiny
cannot Wear them tunn-d tip nnd con
tinue, to Work in the department. St-re-tary
I in-sham happi mil to n one of
,the chappii strolling leiaurcly through
1 the corridor one day last week With hi
tnmn r tiirnul np 111 true U.n.lvii aty le.
Tho next day this particular young 111:111
fonud a note mi lu de.k directing bun
. to di-voiti himself to UJ1 ijai ially un
congenial ta-k, and one ut which be
i would hardly cam to have his aia'iety
j familiar v him eng-.ik'nL Al the same
I time a ln.rrid rumor w a apn ad uhrooil
j with truly feminine euipha-i and eiu
; la-lliahllleut to the fai t that Kellesaw
' Ijimlia, the private tai n tary of Mr.
I (invhuiii, and a man who never taket
' any note of climatic condition in I.on
t d.ni, had given thn tm n tary In. wntd
: that every chappie found w ith hi trou
I r tunnil up shntild 1- tri at.il to a
I Wn k iu Coventry. Washington Letter
lu Iks-ton A.lverti-r.
liar 1'iait 11 tntarrp.
Tlie Antwerp hit itimi waa f irinal
ly oja tieil, auy awrtfi-r, like ntlotlnr
gn at allows, 111 twin nhlieas. Tin- allow
t.ile in the whole world, but its gn-ut
feamm iu fact, ita nttc! raiann d'etre
i the display w hu h i then-ult of H-l-iriuni'a
colonial ventun.- in thn Congo
State. The country ho achieved one of
the -Tvafi-t mrm.-,- iu hi-t..ry ino li
ey making,' ami it pn.u.lly j r. 1 11 -
pn.f of it, Kvi n Knlaiid, w 1M1 ull her
African o.nqtu-at. pian ful and other
OIK, i put to shame by n il; pari li.
The I'uit.il St.it.-a uiakia a atn.wir.g
thua far ao l r a to l ri.llculi.ua.
Cl;!y bankrupt Italy, of all couutri.- of
rank, tuake inch a U'sar!y diaplay.