. J! By Order of the Czar B, A Story of Kusstnn Power MARCUS RASTLAKR CllAPTim XI..-Vmtliiiied.i llosen must lime been watching out from the balcony, for ho Is In tho street when the droskl stops nt tho door. 'li Willie til wllil tnte nf excitement, nn onlooker might suppose that It wan hi holrotlied ho llHlt been CpOting, mid who liml nrrhed, He lifts Miimschn to tho imminent, ami shako her hnml with frantic energy. "Woleoinel Welcome, Marin rclrov nol" ho cries. Truly, If he had not confided to inn hU passion for n certain joting lady, whoso Imago he carries In Hint locket Httachcd to his watch chain, 1 conhl find It In my heart to Iks Jealous lie glic her hi nnn up tho stnlr. tins Ignoring my ex istence; and lu the sitting room again takes poMlon of her hnml, ami gating nt her with delight and satisfaction, re Iterate: "WcWniel Welcome, Maria lYtrovun. I am mighty clad to sec youl I was sure jyhi would come lo-ulght tiulte convinc ed of It. And all I In rcndlncjui for you, and here I Frau Meyer to show you to jour room." In the doorway appear, smiling, and smoothing her hair, a largo honed, fresh colored Herman mntivti, whom I hare not awn hefore, and whom the good fel low must hare got Into the home to wait on Marucha, aud do the proprieties 'Thank you so much, Iterr IKiktor." (vspoiul Mnnichs, In her pretty, soft Herman, though he ha apoken Kuastan: and he beams on him In a way that would turu the heart of the veriest Uul mrd. "Not 'Merr IViktor. I pray you," he protests; "call me Don Carlo, at of old." I recollect with a foollh pang that Carl Jtosen knew Mnrucha when 1 did not. It at ltoeu's I flrt met her, and straightway yielded up my heart to her. "Since. 1 hare your permission, by all means, Don Carlo. Without It I ahould not have dared to lake the Hherty with so Important a personage a you have Crown." She hek at him with a charm tnx affectation of ohynesa. "Vou look quite awfully respectable now, the 'Ilerr lmktor every Inch." ItoM-n blutfcc Nke a school loy. "You have mt forgotten how to tease. Marimba." he responds, stroking hi leek muMadte with a sidelong self-con scions staiic at her. She trip up to Fran Meyer and take her arm wkfc that winning familiarity. jet courteous grace, which Maruseha always adapts toward those of her sex whose position I Inferior to her own, thu sweeping dawn with a auhllme con tempt the paltry harrier that an arrogant toclcty bos raised between wan and man. Marucfca ha a profound reverence far humanity, and a trict regard to It rights. She i a Mx-isNst to her heart' core. It I only with the base that the I haughty. "Come: yoa will take he ta my room, dear madanie?" he say. The Rood woman' countenance fluhe with pi cam re. I know her heart I co ins out ta my sweet girl, whom he must lore, aa all creature da. rusehn, when I have ended. "Vladimir, thou mint return to him nt once. Think how lonely he must fee) In tho strange hotel, mid suffering-such pain. It la thy boumlcii duly to go to him now." "That U thy opinion, Mnrusehn?" t respond, fixing on her a look of scathing repnuch, which alio refuses to sec. "Ho of her uneventful life nt home, with Ita allent nml cotu-onled undercurrent of nit KUlahi hroken hnrdily In upon hy n letter from Olgn, with the Intelligence, of the denth of our nohlo brother, I van lvnno vltch. Condemned to n lone term of elle, lie had poisoned himself In prison. I knew ho curried tho menus of his re lease on his person, hut little thouulit he would use It ko noon. Consist thou not hno heen patient and learnt from my experiences that whilst thero Is life there, Is hope Thou art a hitter rop In my cup of hnpplness, oh, my hrother! I hno lost In thee what tho world rarely gnea hut once, and seldom Hint n trim friend. Add the atotlt heni-t. Pnvnl f!r,ir.ii-.l. vuen, nanishetl too. Yt I know I'nuil. IIo will liml hi fcot. will mnke himself n home In the distant Innd wMiiu-r hi. deott.1 wlfo will follow him. And he AN HISTORIC FIGHT. t ao, l ko." I rise and hosln hnatlly j will rnlso nu nrmy of convert to the to l.utton my wat nero my chest. I cause of llherty, and llvo as full a Ufa "' '". .Muruscna; i win aee itiit in Siberia aa In St. l'etorshnri:. pa- CIIAlTHIt CX, The momObt Wt are alon Kosen ruthes at rne and 1-cjln la wrioc ray hand, ilnc h ba had to relluquUh Maruscha'a, TSank Ood, Ylaaha!" he crie Joyous ly. Thau hast her Mfe at last! At last, at taat, IhU srat anxiety it lifted from thee. It ha heca a terrible time; but It i ever. sbJ all U welt." lit wlfea hi heated excited face with hi haadke-refcfcf I pefrdvo that tha affectionate Utile fellow eye are saeUt. Daly new I tuvomr oMitchMa of att I owe him, m teif-abMtcheJ have I bee. Ill ever ready ajWMtby. hi cBerit In ptnetlic hi hMtM at My iHsposal; hi foretiMHiKht for Marax-ka's receptha. At the recottectlM ef i( all cwwet tt me, Kratil4 MterwhetaM me I reeae my left hand and Us rijt hs. both of with a tctmt ctasfk My Mm trow dhst a 1 (cmk U lata bl cwtte lee riMfe. "Dear M 1hi. Mmm kax nbeed we nnJer bMcaitot. mki a I-" He rwlely rU n hr "CVmm m. old feiWw. 4hm of that Caa a aiM mK eateruia bW trie, with at bartar speca aul at Urn? I bttM b affeaJed aaty last t ka tkaa meaaeat weal" "I aaajiaW." I eaty. wUh trcwaUaf Hpa. MarwMaa jit as. t e her aaw wltbaat bet- bat. aal wkb her cIHmh rrawa t saMra bale Wbat a raJtaaee ah tbeJ araaad ht'. My saaeeaai! The treat Waaty aaat atajr r her twk ttuplre mt aitb a kiaj ef awe. I fret tvaiiraiaea aa awvwanl la her are ace. aaOtoc ahit ta v. taaasa I watch her every HtareaieMt. a If aeA hawd. AH nj aaJ aWt l a w der te we. sad I erea aeftect ay r ia icea aiy rarHarr4 ea4e f altfct sad heariac With tlriaxe tikj k eas-aarafea ae at aeJtaer hy ward aar staace, Imt dvte berxtf txetauve ty ta aar bat. ehaHtet Itsattr aa Oater at tapara her Jaaraey. her traveilsx raapaUa. tk eicellear ; Il't riae. tienuan fatahsa, have tea after upper, which Mantheha ttras. In handuij me ny caa, aur 6itr mm. xae cop ireaiMca aetweea a. Wat It -due ta my tarititur aerve Uu. or thri eJ U lay ahlv oava at my taJ She ahaaa my ardeat ce. yet tbt t tale tK rrad ftwn her aherk to 6ek aad Tmvw At Icecta Ihera It a past la tha rxNBTtrutMa aa4 Itoa ajiret me: "Where c earth hatt rtvea beea all fay, Vlaaaar h iaairea. -I have aot aet eye oa tie aiaca meratcx Soxly tiva htt nt atat the day at Ui u tir I rtt. Fer A SrC tlaaa atat Mi ruacika'a arrival 1 remember my pttieat. rtu remlaJatt m titt I have otae. talac t tU tie. I lara wt p aa er CMMlrioa afep," I UiX "l Xav rt a fvalit. 'A'ad what U mar. I aava yirmkS to ta h-fei t-alfit. IX Ha at Uattl ItoadMW UaUr !es UJee. I rriata ti drcomtuacea f U cava. "JtSscr M rtatiema&r axrUIsa Ma in the mornlnif, unlessunless my tlent should nviulro me." A tut rat of laughter from llosen break In am tho first act of my tweedy. "What already, spitfire'" ha cries, and Jumping iip,omes round to me nnd pushes me hack to my chnlr. "Out of this house thou noest not until my re turn, which will he In a couple of hours, As 1 am ohlliccd to ko to my patients, whateier Mnnisoha mav ar. It Is the 'houmWu duty' to stay mid entertain my my Kuest." "ut It h had Klvtn his word " IvckIiis Mamscha. ilemnrelr. "He will keep It." Interpose llosen. 'IIo has promised to turn up at Hotel IrfMidon Mime tlmo between thl and mid nkht, and ho will do o. Meanwhile. Vlasha, If thou hast no objection. 1 will call In pasalnir, and see how the Kusllsh- man noes, l can also set hi mind at case about thee." I mumble aomethlnc to which he listens not, taking my airtrmative aa a matter or courc, and lead the way to the sitting room, where he place Maru ch on the sofa. I stalk In the resr, feellnc my position to be an undignified one. I still contem plate entering a hypocritical protett against thl arrangement of Itoacu'. Surely I may be allowed to mansge my own affair? I have It on my lips to aay, that alt thing considered. I think It .l. vlsable that I should go, but It I too late. He I calling to u a hearty adieu, and the door close behind him. I am standing tame pace from Ma ruoha. She sits leaking down at her nugera. whilst she nervously twist round and round the ring I gave her two year ngw. I regard her silently with growing wrath, for she raises mt her head nor make any movement toward me. At length I speak. "Mamscha. I can stiH If It I thy wfe. A pause. "Since thou wottldst Imply that I neglect a dttty la remain ing Another pause. "I like mt such iapeatim. even though they are hb gnttdcd. Of course. I left the Hagli'h man in good hao.ls, in charge of the landlady, who Is a prttculariy kind, motherly pcrsoB; nevcrthek, I will go. Mace It I thy wish." I am by this time In a frenay of Indignation She sits still in her place, ami the sweet protestations I felt mi sure of aro not uttered. Only ".My wish" she repeats. "SaM I aught of any personal wish in the mat ter? I would not have thee hresk .n engagement oa my account that Is all." "Thou kHOe,f I pledged myself to reiurn at a particular time. However. It matter not I do thy will. Good night. Mamscha. Sleep well" I ga to her and heM toward her ray hand. Sht heed It not. and tho corners of her rosy mouth go down and quiver. Saw she burst forth "How deplorable I it that I must alway suffer to be misunderstood by theer A tear glisten like a diamond la the corner of her eye. "Nay, Mamscha. thy word are plain i ivegin. "Ye. twlt aad miseaastm them, mr paar wards, ta tit thy ease! I am used ta this." She aek with a beaatlfal reslgaa tiaa, and her baadkerrbier goes a p. I aw at oace overwhelmed ria the coo vidian that I am a brute, sad that Ma rucha is the mat Injured of wowta. I throw myself oa my kaee besMe her. -Forgive me. my laag affirlar il.rl. hag! I irnleed mitaBdersload thee It I my nafartaaate temper la be forever seeking a grievaaee. Aad bow, misera ble wretch that I am. I have made thee weea oa this eveawg af all ether: Saeet. aatieai heart, oace mare forgive me! Ah. It Is ilstri 'forgive, forffve far I am alway woaaJtac Ihee! Imk a agala. ay Uovr. aad let me read my parJoa In tky lemler eye." I veature ta 4rw her gratlr la ar breast. Sae rebti aat. aad I . Mf aleadtag, sreely draw tag my areata for fear af UttarMag m rerfert aa ar raageaseHt. My eaeek rest aa her gM ea hair, my arms eacircsc her I feel the agitated rise aad fall of her baam Sh heave a tigfc.. "YlaUaur. sae watr tkresestty; aad. ah. the aaader af H. ber ft arms teal aboat mjr aeck. -I am Jrvehfai aa4 w irked" -iaaa are aa asges.- l manaar. "Na. aa! I iry to tarmeat jbe. t wa cruel aad tlaaaj af me: aad bow friioatat, laa. after aH thaw hast tut fereJ. Her aaaatk t ctase la same. I kiss k. "Taaa alb: Wave mack ta eaaare wfca ase." ae raaliaae moarafaMr. as if I but aat taterrwrtcJ ber with that kit. "Ye. Maravb. la marrytag thee. I make a aaartyr af myself. j I n bear the eras, tbaa wOt aad. aith becaaabaf farUtsNe." I reepaad raeerfalty. ttti her face aad kstktag lata ber eye. Toa kaoret aat Wor aerverte I am" -I kaar it vtti, aad alt. I rtscet re- tut Ihee" fcladalrr ytHk s4J.n rxy aai a ewatrictMa of the brow, "I srUh tkea wwaMtt rececalte my fah w! It a ill prevent dltappotatmeat afterward." "I da. I da, my Wva. I aanripat Ike thocka that arc la tor for me. yt aa I b witched. I k&w axacUy how Soc rata tH wtea h wa raortiex Xac-thpp.- MaratciLa'a moath begUa to twitch. Sho alto hr Mp. jet her eyaa tetray the ritia laBftttr. Aad aUa! U Ui It, ia free haraelt from my arma, Tha art moat rveklX. VUiimlr,' ah taya, "Not a ward of n&m caa eao talk witX tie," Nvnitita. It U ta aar waj -w talk, a v ait aU by tiie, haif aa hocr later, my arm arocsi htr waltt, har kaoJ la rnlso. To b continued.! HANQINQ A3 A JOKE. Mnclilucfor Iitltlutot-y Cereiiioiilca Ic IkucI tiy uii Iiueittor. Amotijr the Invention, recently Knuit I n pntent la one for n IuiiicIiik "in- cnine. ivlilcli the ln enter cxplulna I not rvally for the iinrposo which Ita nniue would aivm to Indicate, but to Kite secret society enntlUlntea nil the preliminary Hcnsutloua of hiicIi nn ex perience wltliout any ilmiKor of fatal tnlslinp. The muehlue la nlo tlcMluned for use on the stnjre to stliuulnto hniik Ins aocnea. The ln enter of this urn- chine la John J. Duille of I,oi AiikcIcs. Cfll., nivertllne to the I'hllnilclphla Hcc onl. "My Invention," snya Mr. Duille. "re Intea to n burletuiue linngliiB mnclilne, nnd la to bo useI In Initiatory work In secret orKntilzntlon. theaters nml oth er pluet of mnuseuient, nml U so eon atnictiHl Hint tho party supocil to be nnngiM nml operated on by this piece of uicch.iulsm ennnot be Injured lu the slightest degree "It Is Intended lu secret orgnntu tlons," further explains the Inventor, "to test the bravery and fortitude of the nppllenut nnd to test lit confidence lu tils friends, aud in theater nnd oth er places of amusement to represent a n real lwnging" The Initiate wears a Jacket for the hanRlii); ceremonj That may be put on while otiver tricks are ttelnir played and the victim thus Is hardly aware of Its slgnltlcance. This Jacket has some weights nnd brace under the arm, pads on the hip and a atrap attached to the lean, all designed to distribute the weight of the body mIrii In the air Hack of the neck la a hook from which the oplrnl sjirlns run to the dftiigllnx rope The tiooe Is not part of the rope, which I seen hanging from the gallows, but Is merely tied to It by a piece of string, so that If the hook lu the Jacket should break the limn would not be hanged by acci dent. The victim Is placed on a trap door, which at th projK'r moment li sprung by the executioner on a platform The shock of the fall of a few fret is broken by a set of springs and weights concealed lu the potts of the gallows. It 1 the first hanging device of the kind ever patented, officials at the pat ent ofllceaald It take Its place among a large array of device more or lea generally used In Initiatory cere- reonle It lay claim to no utilitarian mission, but on other ground seeks to take Its place with the thousand of In- cations, records of which are crowded In the patent office. w R.rv fia i. jsm m&Jm&mjt. .Z.M& iw mn v MJnrs jml yzm j-r ar rr ' xi ' . &. a,t , v.vaii. . m-3 Mi&my WSlsSafm II lu aWlaaaaa I sail laaal II iaaVnr r istiaW"" n iW T , T nww itu iibukurno A MAfl Mnd I'nlonr n Ynm.ir Wniunii Who u . II Alll'lie.l utl. n " ilr rnollnirN lint llriti r,.X ' ' ," wna Inflexibly iloloriiilnnl i n" w" iimrrlt'd, even nt tin. iUk of llvltiaf - old iniild, lint who wished w. n,,,.,. spare llio sUNcepllhlUUea f ,e , leutlnl mliulrcra llmt aim IMK ,.,,!: her mini how lo ri'fiiia ill,. ' ,..U out wmitiitliiK lliciii, To thl end. I rend nil tho limela shu eouM i. i. ' lunula on nnd na nnidi pu.iy , ,' could benr. Him went tinimilr , tlin tlnwiter, mid lu tho IntervnU of i, woclnl ilntlea she tmik rlu ia? llk.i liloKriiphlea nml memoir. ot)t , Ihn lllirnrle. and Informed hersl( J llio method mid iimiiuera i,f u,fl i mlliea who ihvllued onfur from i.ii. innUvtHv Him wns'upon the Wlmlo. . ., denl illaniHiliitii, espi-clnliy m, ,. novel Tiles iimuimla of t(m pnssloned emotloiu sreuied lo render lu nliniwl every ense n blind nlleglanc lo tliu Inw of ending well. wh,, u the low euiii-eptluii nf tho nuthor wai Kcttlnc tho hero nml lu-roliia marrlr.1 mid then dropping, them, lu th m. very few enscn where ihey aurrered a Blrl to rofuwi n loier It was ( , might lenvo lltlil to souin nlhi-r .im who secretly loieI him nml who would .probably pine away, or (mrtly away If aha did not linva him riil tij young lady thought simply dlsgiutluj .nml ldtutlc, kho wa a joint lady of 'klrvltiw nlliriwalnllH . ....II .. . ,-" -- - "in nn iriHlef iremiga nun uieii resoliea and tin fun ml tlio pK-ta not nnidi, if nny ,mir( liiatructlvo than Din uovrllst They gave exniuplex emxigh of ..rt who did imt mnrry, hut It wa br.au , their loirra dlel, ur did not ask them, wnen uieir io-r lotn urvire and pniHnl th" girl refiun.1 ttis-tn from prlil or from shame or from want nf pr coon ro of iiilud and bitterly rrgrrttr.) It aver afterward, 'I ho iergual hi. A FIOII1' WHICH IS I)i:STINi:i) TO Hi: 1118101110 When some future historian write the story of tho siege of Port Arthur many will be the gmphle ami thrilling scene ho will be railed iumiii lo jfjt,tili An.! (I. u. .... . t.. I- .. Kt. at... .1 It.. i. ....! .... a I. .li.ii.. .. t "M'tvii jiii- nui u tvriii urn h iilii inn iiiniiir Riniizizin tin iiir Hiifipra ui . . i .. . flliL.i.h.n ..........'. ...... I --M-.. """ "to largviy ino.o or women ..r,. ....,., .,,,,,. miii mill .i,iirk-ij ill- fill li km - Willi llij'l'. 111 H., Vliiwifii, rifle and bullets for supremacy Hurlng thl wirtlrular combat, says the UlustratiM I-indoii News, from which we reproduce the aceoiiipauylng ple ture, the Jnimne.e stormtil a pod t Ion so steep that they eouhl obtain cover only by sUmllng with thHr Iwcks to the rck ami firing their rifle oier their hids The Itusslan finding they eouhl not reach their adversaries mi sheltertsl lowered ropiM with running iuse ami tried to htwi their assail ants, Aa whiu hs Ihey hail caiiKht a man they pulled him from cover ami disposed of him One Itusslan wa draged down by his own rope and broke 1-oth leg The hurling of huge Itouhtcr also played a prominent part lu the struggle. FAMOUS INDIANA TRAQEOY. Jnmrs Olllesple round Oiillty of lb Munlcrof Ills Hl.lrr. The coilllction of James Ollleople. on the charge of murdcrtiiK hi sister. Mis Kllsabcth (llllesple. In Itlslng Sun. I ml, on Doc. 8, ltJ, ami his sen tence to life Imprisonment for the crime, meet with the npproral of all ponton who are familiar with the de tails of this tragedy which, at tho time of Its occurrence, awakened In terest all over the Fnlted States. Thl was James GlllcflplP's second trial. A jear ago lie, with tils sister. Mr Ilelle Sewanl. and Mr and Mrs Myron Har bour, were tried together for the mur der and the Jury disagreed. When the case enme Into court again, Gillespie demanded to be tried aloue HI re- dUMnxulabcd III the arts, letters and Miollcra, wImhiii courtship and mar rlagca were dismissed lu a fw colj slwi Indlrfrreut phrnaea, a Inctdratal of small evuaojHencc In their several inrccT. H'Iiwb they did not marry Ihey seomed not to have leen courtrtl, ami whoro they wore loved It wa la !a vague, tentative Mtrt that never ar rived at paisbHt. j In sjMIe of all Iwiwevrr. th youBg , lady did evolve, though from the ot aervatloH of life rather than her ae iulntatc wtth-lltoratura, a formula street from her parlor the retmrt of a gun rang out In the i Urine ami Ml lilllet.le fell to the floor, blood stream ef ,yiaMthetle rejection whkh enUra lug from a Jagge.1 wouml In her head y ,(,,1 Hpr ye M, ,mt retwU She dltl the .U) following Snplel.Ht Ucai,.o It ivaa so charming lliat If pul at once fastened upon Jame Ollleaple t ,bB j,, of Joang B,rU ,;,. ami ho with the other name.1 aU.ve ,r WimM tcw,(l )H , Ux UM ,fi were arretl ami Indicted for mtir ,.. .. . ..,- rt i . ., ..., w. .....o..Av der It was sImiwu nt the trial that Kllaabeth Gillespie lln-il In mortal ter tor of her bndher On the other band, monibera of the family from all over the State, all of whom are wealthy, made n strong effort to sale tho fami ly name ami to free Jame (Illlestile The two trial were bitterly contested ..u lh '- , mi ui iiiiunia no javisn- ed on lawyera by the defense Tho State, however, won. 1UU of Kara loo Nteep. A tall, raw-boned Individual who didn't need a praMbopftM- peeking out of a side pocket to tell he wa from Kansas wandered Into a 2d avenue cafe a few days ago. After looking the mow over carefully be selected a seat at a table near the door. After he had arranged his chair with muck noise and Mot wit boat attracting some atieatioH It dawned upon him that the other men la the eating plare bad ta kew off taetr hats. The Kansas man removed a b Ml-scarred felt aad do piled It eareNlly Hadar the (able. A waiter brought km the raratar dinner ball af fare aad waited for the order. The Kaswas ma a dida't say a ward. He was hard at work. He ataslled mrr that program far nearly half aa boar ami then with a slgfc araae, pat aa the greea kvaalet and started far the 4&e. -What la the mailer, sir?" aaxteuriy queried a waller, tataklag that the pa Iran had been offended "Too steep fer me, young feller I cant pay J2S.4S fer one meal. It' too rich fer my Wosvt"" Oa th taWe at which the Kansas man had heen sealed was found a mall ptcee of paper eovered with fig nre. ' V rsaam,. n-fiSrm THEQE3 GLA33 WOHKEnS Th Itut wo ny coiimlo that the yeut lady, having lived to wlun-s the com (aratlvo failure of marriage amei her friend, and always liking bet friends' husband lietter than hn frleml thriHsrlvr. tttough she blamed them for her friends' unhapplnesa. n study of their varyist , tcinprrttmcnl that sho know jusl whero turn's sensltdlltlr would suftn moot, and so contrived a form of re fusal that would Juitly flatter th.lt vanity and rvnaole their affections, aud at last leave tlirin gratrful fat having Iwca rejevtetl. Tho only dlftlculty sh eiperlenrnj jaurs oiiLrseir. tnost was granted and after trial the Jury, after three hoars' iWlberathm. tsrwttgkt In a verdict of guilty The eireumstaaews sarrtHimtlng the murder of KllsalK'th GlHasne ami the social prouilBoace In Indiana of all the actors In the tragedy, attracted widespread attention ta the ease. The GllleHc family was one of the oldest and proudest In Indiana Jame (III learde ami hi sister, UII m In-lit, were twin They were Inseparable as chil dren ami young people The girl be taMH engaged at the age of 20, but on ber brother's account broke the en piement. Thoagh no ward of trouble leaked eat thl beautiful society wo man from that time grew r appear ance from a young girl to an aired lllli Art thai KloiirUhrd Ortr Forty Centurlr Auo. Tho glassblowrra of ancient Thcbc are known tehaie Ix-en eauatly a nro- w " the application of her formula Orient In that particular art aa Is the ,l hapx-nel that tho Very first tu not selentlUe craflsman of the same I w' offereil himself was ono whom trade of the present da$. after a lapse had long secTetly lovl, ami shi of over forty renlurtes f M tHt, Instantly nccepte.1 him wlUxUt, II "pregre." They were well rcijualnt- wrrt thinking Kho dht not even p el with the art of staining glass ami lar rbagrlned at tho wait of thl are known lo have produced that com- jUwo ! Iad stient In acquiring tbi mHty In great profusion ami (terfee- uwdess Information stored up fur a Won. Iti-sotltHi glie an lllmtratlon 'tvutrary eventuality Tnless sht of a piece of stains glas known to hould t-ocome n widow her must be 4,fss) year old which displayed ar- r n-maln the BMHit signal InsUnei Ustlc taste of high onler. both In tint of mlsstH-l revarvh that we couU nml delgn. .wfer llanW Magaslno. In this rase the color ' struck I ' through the limned structure and he A Insert l.luhthoiise. menthHM design stmck entirely in I T,,pfn Is at least ono ilghthout la pteoM from a half to three iaarter of ""' WWM ! im1 phici-d on an an inch thick, the color bein- perfivtly M"r'ner's chart it la away out oa Incorporate! with the structure of the l"" ArtwH, Ineirt, nwl innrka thl l)ece nml exactly the san.a on Uih iJHIt w well auppllea pure, freih the obverse ami reierse h1 .w-ater to traielera. It Is the only The prion! of I-tnl at Memphla ,,,"ru ,,'"t w"'"r UtnJ ' tot l wen? adepta In the glaaimaker's nrt l,"n"t ,n,r'' ",", '" ' direction. ami not only did they hare factnri... I1 ,,tt "1'nusa" consist of a tall cotton- wasnan. her hair turmiir almost umrv He had added the prtres of ev-, wkMo within a year Sho never mr. erythwc oa the mil of fare. Seattle ried nor dkl ber brother, James. HMtabeth deretesl herself to the rare of h-r w Mowed mother and threw her- eir bean and soul into plans which lot-I Motttgesster. Net Qaallflrd, "I wsnM Mke to get a position as asl.unt bookkeeper- raid Ue yosag ' fff ? ?? XoJxn man at the dear. i ,fuT ln ,b, ort, WWM od In -Caa yon keep a day feookr askeU ' c,-r,fil rk J8' trouble lv th merchant. - un mi urr cminer, anu a fam- "I-F afmM not. Ur." faltered the;,,r '?? W" ,brMS,ht on wll,a ""! appKcaBt. -I only attended night school." Hstr-tas lful. "I am awfslty poor, yea ksow," be gs n tho smitten youag man, tbut " "WaS," Interrupted tho frigVlttart- wted la murder James Glllesnle in bis mother' house and went to live with bis other siter, Mrs. Ilelle Sew ard, aero th street l)r William G tiles pie had married a niece of Dr. Thad ilea my. a noted Cincinnati phy. sJelan. and had moved to that city. HI wife's sUter married Myron IUr for manufacturing the mmunn crystal i.eij. vm uiey nail lts.rm-1 the ilirl tylttg of tilt iliffereHt color ami of Im itating pnvhuis stone to perfect on Their linllath.ii of the amethyst ami of the various other colored gems were mi true to nature that eien m.w. nfter they have lain In the des-rt sands from 2.WO to -Us) ,,., ,t tk, nf Mpcrt to distinguish the genuine artl clea from the spurious It )Bi i,, shown that. Iesldes h-IiiS exjierta lu fcmmaaing ami coloring, they also used the diamond In rutting ami en. graving. In the llrlttsh museum (hero U a tautimi piece of tMH.il KiaS1 with an engraved emblazonment of the monarch Thothme III, who llvod S.10O years ago. wooil olo ,tn the top of which a lan tern Is hoisted every night The llM can be seen for mile- airuss the pll lu eiery direction A I. line in Doutiu A district ilsltur once went to set an old KtMtcliwoman who was dyltuf Noticing that her talk was all about heraelf and tho minister, be aald "Well, really. Jcannle, 1 Mlevo yo think there will be nobody In heaves but yourself ami the minister" "Ah, weel," said tho old man, "an" I'm no' sae sure shoot the tnlnlsttrP -lmlon Telegraph. tr betas Ml to every 100CCCO. Not ts recty ta masy est-1 t&giiam la a rJoac ftecosd, with 513 u titaa of nlao ala givta mo an awast the 200,000. ed boire&s. "18 wlltlnr to hto van alaag la tha irorSd. Here's a Eleke) to toar- aBd ibT lived directly aerosa Vy your car fan heme," ta street from the Gtltaspie home stead, adjoining the Seward reMA Tjoadoa has th largest proportloa ot 1 On the evenlnir af IW R irsv . Usd of any EexiUa dry, th aaa-Jabeth GlWespl was preparlaVto r- br hfttar Ml ta ever- 1.11 frtl w-ft- .. v ..' V . cv at her homo the Women's TJf erary wa cf lUUng Sua. A sho paied a wicdaw looking into th Knturtinrilio Indian. James Mooney, altache.1 to th Smithsonian bureau of ethnology. ees a hopeless future for the Indiana. among whom be has spent th l-... portion of his life. u believe. ih. 'PushMhe ear along wherever power ll irvrsry CVxilie I'ower Car Mne. A curious street car lino Is that be tween Atainl and Yoshlhotna. tw coast towns In the province of Itls, Japan Tho line Is seven miles lonr. the rolling stock consist of a slngli car, and the motive power Is furnished oy a couple or muscular coolies, wD it Is practically Impossible to civilize y. ..; mat, navtng no ambition for Improvement or progreaa, they will continue in their present ate. dyln. oat In numbera UII they bccomt ,jm. "j iming uanus. Htrong U)to. Patience How do you know her wvo for hint wat strong? I'atrlco llecauso It broke him. If genius aud egutltta always went together thero would bo a lot mora genius. "" Obtuse. Ta," said little Wllllo, who struggling over htt lessons, "what f an obtuse angle?" "An obtuse angle," replied hi f ther, 'is an Kngllshtnan to whom yo try to explain a Joke." FhlladelpbU Ledger. Anything- but That. Th l-nwyer Do you want a & vorco without publicity? Th Udy Sir, yoo seem to hart forgotten that I am no actrou. iiAJiXXte,.w& stJBWiism iifwvr!jkz&-r .r. - .& Viau -s. '