Y ill OfiUEX DAILY COMMERCIAL: FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1690. iTy rosaded s4 krci&xet-arm. ul HIS FLEETING IDEAL j twaa Ii oti'y i4 a p'.iB3ja Cb 1 ti of th ft U UJtLjVt tpll (d fMOKAtiua. tv id oonitm the ratJisAtioa ot Lu aV JTsa Creat Ctaposife SorL U. ' jtlirg CCTirp Ha cl p.i.T. aa intxt to la bkn ! cumieUrlf it all a drsazn. Ag; k UBMgim Iuukx4 it to tvTtl ia tba sictare, La BlRSl'M. ioimt Work JOU U H LUVA. BltX. sve. the yoccg ma tmnw-- ia diEIXJl WHLXUJt I&'IUXIX. Mtl to hi alzn'xt uacaitru"Wa . scs) AUKU) C CALMOtS. HOWE th girl ia all her idaal beanty alw ioy, H I'M MIX. lAhFtXTTOK BVKXKS(, y approached Lia ia lit aiUa. IL PA I' LI NX HA IX, MiM ATLkE. artiiUf rye raeoi&paaai brf (una quick, W. IL BAIXOl'. SUX MXsOJT ia a gU&ca. completing tha jirtira. Sha incavard ia Lula buou bad exqoiAt larger than a chill' No. 12. AT LAST. at bin shy-lThe gu btitatd, a if La doubt wbrtLwr to )roeced. Why. b could not for an instant iaxa. 1 V. H B1LL0T7. Eaitri-sj TES-- 5 in, but be afurward attributed it to AS DO KUAllA. tb fact that ba actually douml ber. faTa. on. caa devour a girt w.th th. (CutnTtfte. AM rlrtU tnamd I Her baitation waa but motm-nt- . t , a axua auter mUAVf 1 may not cafl the oatil I ary, tneu ana ppruacam " lear that thy lifa Ilu Wa hsppllj water tank ia the corner o.' the lobby rff.t 4 wl. f- -t at UND y, d bua; bet mow that yea tt3 a-- a h la ta at th aaiaa bra nnit-- r tbe auna roc, title and rid ia tha came carriage w.'.h a A U ar oibearabX My tarred of the Eaa increase fcourly. Why ith boed you xmjJ ca to aaaociata Liia so cljf rly, pnpaT The roica of tha rpeaier wa of that peculiar ccitrslto quality which ia a woman deaoua paaaoa and f.rca of chiTjM trf, and in an ordinary o&a a coarse order ii strength. It u a ruica which alway inaka men and which echoee longer turn to adown the erring of mtmorr than tha cote of more musical and most Lird-Lk- e hij:her keyed voice. The fat of the speaker betokened re 6 Dement, and this, together with berex a a treme yocta ana pronounce ueaury. remarkable. mora rendered tha rcice BtHU yiUbeCricU 4 La iod anul tb itht5ka.gAdkTiiy t&a fac wto-'y-, tbe iLtrtikity it tua tt ua-t- et um aid Uuj tu4 a tkl pictirfw. Th dy gradmdly htgiloi ui.t3 L rwxuvjl that Lr tuwt tern L: artea-t- o li-t- tie Ktbef it the ty t:'t.iilL ii gi'p it tid ra-tu- rd They auiLt ft cS at acee tiortii i4 Xt-- Y'ork. lir iu-- i Wtcn. With fnenA anxiety, ii.;, l.:.:1 hj the tLuOe'Lt of Lrr Mbbj t ap truia to Lim, Le ut away ti.- - inu k Li i-- list, iL Bj BigLfi!l be bal tketcb! :i gronp,d ao tiuU all it cLarar-tc-r- s luigt be recog-aieeby the detective wbuiu be aln-adpuq: putting on the caee if be hiuld nun tUrW. sl Jir. lbnhH contluded C'--t in the dinic" car at dinner be aboull bare the , of wtimg at the tU next to breathed a deep sigh. To hi. utter diarsaintnaat , the w'as tha in to the pW dmne, m : 6 "" ' aecluMou it the drawing room .1 SZi !7Z I "- -J "J;uu" ila entered tb dining vt oa the last " ueo to nrge my conuiuon call and reortei to atimul-papa, cned the young girl bi brain into aome auggeaUoa for hi j Dear Lira. -- Do you not roprow I remea-calle- d He wa oa his feet in an inrtant. II relief. He returned to Li eectioa an! U ts you the eventa which no evolved thbendconductor, baring rrang to Lithe tank, hi tall f xm klH E1fE1- - iatt!1. Ll,1 eye were on a level with other echeme. ing unci ' B JousS n ron ma hm name cf the ' a IJem COl. 1 in I Ila draM-iii-,,n mnA tht-i- r dt .l,:..u -r - J " ' tiiiitiuii' ! " h aueried anxiotiAir.. starred nomad might look through if poatible, or at least to live down "I do not know their name," replied tbem,effects? window on an epicure' (dinner at But I do not ese bow it the oCicial. "a the room w merely the us to have that odious man will help How"Permit tne to aasift 700." be anil marked oil tu 1 party of fo'r. ' under the came roof with u day and i destination their I know that ever. dea with difficulty controlling gently, New York, and that they hrre tranfi.f night Let Dr. Ren" sire to grap her hand. "Watson," interrupted the oil gentle"Thank, you are very kind."Tnturd ticket eitlier for some et jaaier or rail- man "I tell child, we must the maiden, wondering at Li eagcraex road. In case of the latter they should not quickly.the new you, name we have re--! forget their be abroad,, bound if southward; and intensity of gaze. solved to use. Remember alway that I He placed the silver goblet under the course is but a wild conjecture. am Mr. Crawford, you are Mis Craw are out me for where "Find ooxa going the out they a faucet, letting liquid ford, your governess is Jliss Drown and lowly a possible while he continued and I will pay you $10." my physician is Dr. Watson. It i imList was the But that Li gaxe like one in a dream of delight "Very well, sir." perative that we use these names among "The water ia overflowing the gob- be saw of the conductor. ourselves as well as in the presence of brilliant darkness set When th in an amued let," suggested the girl with strangers." inelectric of the lights Wagner palace smile. The young girl threw out her arm The man awoke confusedly, turned creased the intensity of the picture in an expression at once impatient with the mirror. off and handed her water the to the cup. and despairing. moveaome last Henidiall observed At "Couldn't you let it run over a little "I bate subterfuge and deception in ment in the drawing room. while?" be asked half impatiently. The girl took a violin, and raced It to every form," 6he cried, "and I have "The carpet will absorb it. I have been suit her practised little ear. Soon there never seen why this change of names looking for you no long. I which was a suggestion of Dr. Watson, "Oh, certainly, if you wish," she in- began to float through the car the ravish- as you call him is necessary. In a city and aria of other Schumann ing I am then to "But Chopin, thirsty, terrupted. like Njw York or London or Paris, masters. you know." If she was exquisitely beautiful to bim where we are to pass our time of exile, before, what could descrile her when we could easily sink our identity withpouring her very soul into inuuc? It out living under false na:nes." "The greatest city in tho world is not was then that the beautiful brown eyea vindicated his sense of tbj artistic and large enough to bide the identity of a hi love of their color. disgraced name," responded tho old uan In the mystic spell of that entrancing 'itterly. M "Ditgraced? Papa!" exclaimed the music he could see clearly through the perfection of her fingering, bowing, young girl in a tone of expostulation, but technique, finish and grace Into her very the old man waved his hand wearily. "Enough," ho eaid. "Enough of this, soul, which was mirrored i j her eyes. He had listened to Ole fall in times my doer. Tho past is past. Why dispast, to Sembrich and eveirto Giristine cuss it? The present and the f uture reXilstson when she had chosen to seize a main. "I desire to regain rnyhealthanu brain violin and charm her friends; but in love as he was the music of the maiden for power, that I may set about clearing our whom he was hungering seemed to pale name from the dark stain which has fallen upon it I do it more for your the efforts of those great artists. The very motion of the car was in sake than my own, ns at longest my stay ' harmony with her time, Passenger on earth will be brief; but before I go 1 threw away their novels and listened. would lift this shadow from your young I The old man in the drawing room closed heart. "Dr. Watson, ft you well know, is the hi cyea-aif in rautomua leep. The villainous looking man, as if phyiciana who gave me thrust bis face as rear to hers as he Buy reiu-- irum f Wf Jntmwfr.! was could without disturbing the player, and the hist one to be canVMtojj ineir mse, looks showed passion, longing, and a like yourself, I had conceive'3Tfctst unlit tUired throvtjh the dim light at th his reasonable prejudice against the man. malicious intent which maddened minor. Some foolish and idle gossip concerning "And so am I," the man said wearily. As suddenly as the music commenced his private life, which arose from pure '1 wns never so thirsty in my life." I now convinced, had warped "Then I udvise you to take a drink," it ceased The girl arose and put away envy, am But from the hour he retorted the girl with a laugh, and she her violin softly and with a caress. Evi- my judgment. of took bold first she seek my casa I have been a was tired and to wished dently abruptly turned and left him. " new man. I have been like one risen f' "It is not for water I am craving,' her couch. Had the young man heard what was from the grave. murmured the wretched man; but if "It was he who discovered that old fnid within, his anxiety would have been bite hoard him she gave no sigu of it were affecting my mind Ha watched her move down the aisle increased to a fever heat, but he had not associations waa he who suggested and enter the drawing room at tho other that privilege, much to bis later disad- dangerously. It a and, as you say, under abroad, journey vantage. end of the car. The reason of his inaSoon the lights within the drawing assumed names. A disgraced name is see to her the passengers among bility like a deceased member of tho body. If was now evident. But how could her room went out; the Joup had retired. you have a wounded finger you are in in man the Long young contemplaion linage be reflected in the mirror in front sat. At last, luereljl to relieve the por- constant fear of hurting it, awake or of him? yon be;tr a stained name you His eye caught a quick solution. The ter, all the reinainku passengers being asleep. If effect of it oa every stranger dread the betook his hi.iself in he to couch. bed, transom over the door of the drawing Dr. Watson realized what meet ore It you was brain bef tired would hours bis town wits open. Some mirror on the inwould bo upon mo during our side reflected the images of the people rest, and it was broid daylight before he this strain I must confess the relief I and journey, floor to the to awoke violently spring to some mirror on the outside and thence find under my alias is marvelous. You standwas and The himself. dress car into the one over his bead. the Grand Central know how I have improved. The chill Hungry and dissatisfied he seated ing in the yards of were bertha all made up, with which I was attacked the morning The depot. himself again to contemplate the picture and the doors of the open drawing room of our arrival, and which decided us to and scheme to get acquainted. remain here a few months before proNow he recognized other people in the showed that his bird had flown. He farther, is only a step down on ceeding a in the sought rage. porter drawing room also reflected in the mirladder of health since I began to the in "Where have the people they gone ror. clamber up out of the valley of death. There was an old man with .1 sober, the drawing room?" he almost honted. "Don't know. sah. Don't know nothin' Dr. Watson is my savior. dissatisfied f;ice who looked as if he "I beg you to overcome your unrea'tall get heah at 4 o'clock might be a disciple of Henry George dis about it Train sonable prejudice against him, my dear De when mawnin". get up passenges tlieorL bind in of s; deep contemplation child. Whatever the errors of his a woman with a just then unreadable da pleases. 'Specs de folks got up when I am convinced he was more youth sinned da pleased." countenance, who might bo the idoal'a Mr. Hen8hall sat down a moment to against than sinning. He is your poor instructress in music or other studies. father's best friend now, and as such or her governess, perhaps; lastly, the clear his brain. He was stunned. Most he in of had tossed the bed, you must consider him." night fara of a younger man. say of 33 years, "But why need he live here with us? the.t bore iu it cunning, malice, suavity hoping for an accident, a crash, a fire, can he not take a room a few Why to her he that might spring anything, and other characteristic which denoted blocks distant, within easy call?" perof kind had rescue. the hapNothing a shrewd schemer and perhaps a villainpened. Instead he had gone to sleep like sisted the young girl. "It destroys the ous nature. privacy of our home life and it destroy Was idie traveling in securitv with an a stone and let her escape. my peace of soul," she addwd wildly, 10 o'clock. hnd hours now wa Six It aged, absorbed parent ana trusted "to have him here." to have for sufficient the elapsed, party he such or her was if be, friends, father, "That is the extravagant language ot to the or etetmer escaped vilby European of oblivious to the machination a youth," rejoined the old man. "Your home their to or worse, perhaps lain, who had an accomplice ia the sup- south; New York, where one prejudice is unreasonable, but I will in of the vast city posed governess? to tfr. utson from annov- lie resolved to probe this mystery to individual is a mere drop in th ocean, ftnve Keep with attentions which be in you ing a moth of a in the sand Sahara, grain the bottom, if lie had to travel around tends only as courtesies to the daughter the .w:1j to do it if he had to employ on a great ssqueia of California. The man arose and sought the quar- of his patient. detectives, had to squander his whol "He must remain under this roof. Hi of th cabmen. Thciy could tell him ters fortune. presence is as agreeable and beneficial to man! He little knew how much nothing. No one had taken a party of mo as seems to be unpleasant to you of bis contemplation waa to be realised four. They might have taken a street In this it selfishness in the greatest matter ar walked or or of their own carriage in bie future existence. miseltishneMt oil my part, for the restoraAlarmed by the vovkinpra of his brain to some near hotel, or worse, taken the tion of health is the first considerahe suildenlv rewilved to paint the group elevated railway direct to th dock of tion formy future steamer. happiness." soirie your sailing morning us they appeared in th mirror. The sound of a key rattling in the lock. There was absolutely no hope. In He rais d the curtain near him to inthe man waudVre.l away, vio- use a rat gnawiug 111 the wainscot, put crease the ?u'oe' of the scene iu the mir- despair lently clutching his prints 1 portrait, nn end to turiher conversation, ami the ror, but it only cmUed "nt the picture the only possible clew iu tha case. door swung opfn to admit a medium and he drew it down. sized man in his mid.lle thirties, whose From his valise he took a palette, hi HE CUP THAT SLIPPED. glittering, sloe black eyes rested upon paints nnd brushes and a mml! square ot the face of th? voting lady while his canvas with a heavy p;istlv.rd back dewonts were addressed to her father. WHEELEK WILOOX. Illus ELLA Ey of e:iw-lan signed for ue iu the absence The lips expressed kind consideration trated by PHILIP G. CUSACES. He began sketching on bis ide;.l. It for the invalid, while the eyes expressed war. a joyous t;isk, so tii;ch so that his insolent and assured triumph in a fixed whol soul became concentrated in the Onpyrifilit. All riRliu rreurre1. "1 tell you, pann, I cannot, endure bis purpose. work, and the lines in which he drew While he talked with his patient he th lovely face rnpiujy grow " intof fac- pre once in this house. It was offensive his pi ,e upon the girl's face. kept to he came life. me of at simile homo, when enough hlw sought to avoid those glittering Of course th" best lie could Oo (hiring bn' once or twice a day. It was still but they seemed to fill the room the reui:iiicf of tV day was to prepare mire during our journey here, when ryes, wit'j 1 lijfht strange v forced be in as iW to tho same car with hi lilies tui.hed j.iiUieis later. " llura "' - eul-ed.- That aoliloqu&eJ jrocnj Mr. Brnry HeBeiudl a ha rrcliiwd. day ag&iuet th cu.sh.ioot of Li rat dn-aiuiE- 'urvari section of a Vauer car. - sU-.t- - ji &er fcaa FINANCE tu rrir tn , i j tester W i Hen-8hal- 1 Pir Il.-T- ui-.u- L AND HiMMEKCE. turned ber back epos aim. orteaa-bl- y to catch tha rocoding ray cf theaf-fermtKaw York Snackm. aua rca tha northern window; but La tpoke ber eatae, and tar auras St f.a. Ore. t-- J KariM ludif aaa reasuai ttnacoountaUe to berarlf aha turxtrd toward fcim, drawn Lks ti. ictM b4 riux4 twaix al tiv k"Md ludx; . senile to the xcagaet the seed af the air. "Papa, I tl- - are tut the n tmu tsx g'jifcg out with Mia Mia Brown Lt:l walk." toe aaid, rising for a ll uda H rVlrti CJtaai tk Sunaubet tHA at and4 cLmA TVat cVm4 t V ulattpa' at oa ta Hai fl t M Pu) Booda. N ear Toaa.Oct.1. a1 8. ' I IV 1". K. farjic 1: KM evmum . a 111 Sutcka. "Z Y.a. Niw Ort. S. Tint nturfc fuh: Aibrriraa Ki ..... 4 f Irfl . . . . H', haruir-.- . . 31 htMIT rr n . , 1U.(! kaUMkt 4 IVjKut-- . Ti-x- . MioTf. V icti I . ,'. im Ma PliNonLera fmci&e .. a VfcS S.f. t d - "Pcpa, I fed O14 need of tfu air." I have ordered the carriage to be here ia fifteen minute. Wait and ride," aaid Dr. Watson. 'I prefer to walk," she answered coldly. "And I wish you to ride," he aaid quietly. Again her eyes were drawn to bis and she sat down obediently. As they took their place in the carriage Dr. Watson seated himself opposite Miss Crawford and by the aide of her father. The drive lasted two hours. It was dark when they returned, and Mis Drown WvJ startled to hear her young mistress cry out wildly a the door of their room closed upon them, "I shall certainly, certainly go mad!" and then to see her fall in a doad swoon upon the floor. After sh waa restored to consciousness and tucked into bed with Mis Brown to watch beside her, the old gentleman spoke confidentially to Dr. Watson. "I think you will have to avoid showing any attention to my daughter for a time," ha said, "as she has conceived som foolish prejudice against yon. It is the whim of 11 mere child, and I trust you will regard it lightly, but I am convinced by her manner during the drive this afternoon, and by her 6woon, that the is considerably excited over this matter. "You have been very courteous and kindly attentive to her, as it is your nature to lie, I am sure, toward all ber sex. But I think it would be wise to take no further notice of her for some time to come until she outgrows this whim of hers." a Dr. Watson leaned nea tho old gentleman and laid one hand on las shoulder, and spoko in a low. grave voice: "My dear friend, I do not wish to alarm you," he sii 1. "Yes, I have been studying your daughter's mental qon- uuiuu Mr,lujQatpTitorod afjVur service. (She has a most rrnvnyiviw sensitive nervous organization, anl it has been greatly thocked by event! to which I need not rcrer. u ulesi sho 19 ceives medical attention I fe:vr for horl 'I beg you to leave hsr care entirely to me. Miss Urowu understands her condition, and we have bolh wished to conceal the danger from you, but since you have spoken it is better that yon know tiie facts. Ignore any whim the child may have; pacify her as best you may for tho time being, and leave the result with me. Yon shall not rcg.-c- t it." The old man pressed tha doctors hand and tears carn to his eyes. "Nor shall you ever regret your interest in me and mine," he said., "Thank God, 1 have money enough to pay you for this sacrifice of your whola timo and skill in my service while I live, and you shall not be forgotten when I die." The eyes of the doctor glowed like coals of fire as he bade his patiant good night and stepped out into the hall. At the door of her mistress's room Miss Brown stood waiting for him, fear in her eyes. He put his finger to his lip. "Do not be alarmed," he whispered. "The swoon was nothing. It may occur again. Keep cool always, and remember our compact in the Wagner car, when yon promised to aid me. You shall be well paid for it." And he slipped a crisp bank note into her willing hand. She bowed her head. t, at 1 o'clock," he continued, "if your young mist ress takes her violin aud plays an air from Fau.- - t,' do not speak to her or disturb hr. Let her follow her own will. It may not happen, and yet such an event ia liable to occur." He passed on to his room, and Miss Brown entered the apartment which she occupied with her young mistress, who was now sunk ia a profound slumber. An hour and a half after midnight the sweet strains of a violin breathing an air from "Faust" floated through the apartment honsd. A woman who 'ived across the hall heard it, and remarked to her husband that if ever a sst of cranks lived on earth it wa the people ojsite. Dr. Watson beard the music and laughed softly in his room, while bis eyes glowed like coals of fire. Miss Brown both saw the player and heard her music and muttered with pale lips. "I he man or devil?" 1 1 Aimvtn. 11 Laua jf, Ji Mrt UaU tu . ..... . laluul Paul t mui a Huan. st IK t.ifr. l"ni.4i arm tu ttrni Am. t ut Una UU Boston Stock. Bitii.: Ort. folium Atch. t-- tli market rUntvi TU 37 M"l K1 tee, Mx. tiix Top hurtiiurlua Mex. ! Mitral cum . a rii.. feaa IJmjuu ZZ 1 Mining 6locks. t NkwVock, Oct. fulluwc : raldtiia B H . . Coulii and furrT Minina-- stock Saiao Sierra an S Srada t rack... . lit ut Sutler Horn bilver TS tt SMI l'lOMUtll. ...... 2 Ort . H(Hwtik.. ducod a n Oihir ou 1 1 . filorailo('oa ... I a New York Money. I New Yoiik, Oct. Money on cull easy, at Mi X Prime mercantile tuiiier .S"". Pterlnuc eirliaiun fairly active. Siltr-da- r It.MSP i deiuaud trued clua-i- n bill, Chicago Produce uened rmriao, liitflier and Ort, and of at Vt, recovered Sr',e ;iii held ateady, biiii at about c and theramea )itt nlay. tueiiiu nv uu, .ik.imi. Ie-Vi.Barley at ',r. Nominal at 711c. WliiKkey-ll.- ia. .t, lii(e 4'AMMI; SlHinldenia'i.tU't' 5.75. Short clear rTi.7iaii.75. hliort rilm $j.2a. Chicago Cattle. CMirtoo, Ort. nnirket irreitulur: ' r, i::lmi fcim, tlMi 2.3. Receipts, t-"- aitl - m.ulO; fl.3n 5.a : ateera, Texait ; market irregular: prime heavy to butchera 10.000 : market kIow and hiwer: ewes and wet hen mixed, $4. weoU-rnUMm l.tfi; lexalic, ft. It). !!- imrk"ra tt,w ao,(at L'.fi; weiurhta, ft.UWi 1.6.'.. BANKS. STATE OGDEN BANK, OGDEX, UTAH. - 1100,000. CAPITAL, InoorrxratHi Under Territorial liiinklno: I ;iwk. BIOIJ.OW, I'riHrnt. H.'. JOHN A. l7YI.E, Vice President A. P. B1UELOW, Am'tt'BHhiur. Hanking Business Transacted. General A OK U1HECTOH8: Joneh, John Rked, H. ('. Hkxj. Lombard, Jr. Pbeshaw, T. thob. Haruine, E. M. . A. PAID IXTEItEST DEPOSITS. TIME ON A. Boti.e, BlOELOW Sell Exchanim on all the leailine cities Enrojie; also nn New York, Chicago, Omaha and San Fruncixco. I tAI f 1 If I ' I, National A I 1 . BankJ - OGDEN, UTAH. Capital, and .0,0)0. 1'i otits,Surplus ?0,OOO. I tjn-iivttlo- O. E. J. Hill. Armstrong, President. C. W. V. Cashier. Hklprich, Ass't Cashier. Active Accounts invited. solicited. Correspondence If UTAH NATIONAL "To-nigh- Just a moth later,, alnari who had been sitting in ChickerYhghall watching I, t'w-il- . . Nb IMiu r a Sun US ! . .S Si laiurai Imie. Imwt W Ixvr tr, V V.t nitrai . Iau-itti- rUJ M Birk VrliarMra 111 aua4.a Pri5r u. fruriuii j in tba Th New York ODtral train spmdiag kirn on u 1 on. to which fact La utterly oblivion. H k4 Mcared th forward aection to cape obntrratioa. Ila a( with hi back to tha paawuger. Hiuim-l- f waa cowpaiuotuhip euotih. Ila Jetiml orJjr to think and to dn-aiHe bad but a few day alnee put Colombia college. to apeak, among hi tuck of retuioMceuoe. with her bigbettt honor in hi trunk. i lie had mentally siren orer his father' great manufacturing intereata, which invited him to take immediate poova-aio- n and give the aged sire hi desired retirement, to tha devil and the deep blue am. Ho lored hi ideal bant, hit art next, the devil take what waa hiadjauMt The ideal wa now hi queot; art he could achiera between times. It waa of her he dreamed hi ideal A he aat there gazing at the end of the car, deep in the contemplation of outliued thi yet utiMeen bnt ever celaotial ideal girl, with all the glamour of youth, the word of the great Solon to envious CriNtia would thruot theui-selve- a between hi thought and vrii him like sutnt grim Fpecter, "Happy 1 nuty tiotcall tin until I arn that thy life ban beeu happily ended." "Why need wutt old blon or anyone he uitised. elan ever mud concern mt-'- f "What difference doe it make what people say or who says it? A fact is a f.ict, and a theory a theory. One man' theory is as good for hia own purjottes as another's theory. The fact in my case is that 1 am satisfied ti paint, notwithstanding dad's wrath and the biLsinow he would thru:.t ou ine. Let dud earn the money, or who will I dewire only to spend it "So much for the fact My theory is. and I prefer it to Solon's, that to numy my ideal will be tho acme of luippinw and will insure a happy ending to my life. If I never fiud her more or less o: my life will be miserable and will end unhappily." The young man failed to 80(3 that he had exactly conformed his theory to Solon's, that he had expressed the same theory precisely with variations in form only. Youth is deluded and ignores ro sembluuues, those trifles which made Darwin immortal. lie continued to muse: "As an artist my preferences run to browns. They are my favorite colon, because to me they are most beautiful, most qniut, most sincere and the least suggestive of either gaudiness or gloom. Aly ideal, nnsuen, nnknown love is a symphony in browns brown hair, brown eyes and a complexion ' tinted brown rather than white or red. "She is very small in stature, honce sure to be superbly perfect in form. Iler little bead is beautifully rounded and symmetrical, likewise her dimpled arm and her sweet little humls. Her little feet are incased in child's boots, not larger than a child's No. 12. She is'' He paused abruptly, startled, for he saw her. H s eye had been wandering among the gorgeous tapestries of the car. the beautifully wrought woodwork, the superb French nlafc rrV'M panes in the windows, the oil painted ceilings and the blue and gold woven velvets of the cushions. At last it rested on a mirror in front and above his head that slightly iuclined from the top toward him sufficiently to expose the entire car and all its occupants in dim image, dim because his curtain was drawn, darkening the light from the window at his side. He thought several times to change his position to obviate the annoyance, but he unconsciously seemed deterred He was being slowly from so doing. fascinated by a shadow as yet undefined, but momentarily growing more startling. He stared through the dim light at the mirror until ins eyes liecaine accustomed to the slisdows above, and the picture anions the other images gradually defined itself. What he saw, that which wound roi'ud and round him silken threads of fascination, might have been reflected through a dozen mirrors from side to side and from end to end of the car. Suddenly he turned and attempted to discover the original among the passengers. F;mihg in this he again sought the mirror, giving himself entirely to the study of one dim outline. What he saw was the head and bust of a young girl. It so exactly conformed to the ideal of which he had dreamed so long that he concluded the image must be a conception merely a gliott, as it were. There was Lis dream face, surely: the symphony in browns; the brown hair, every thread as delicate as the dew catching gauze of a spider; the large brown eyes, in which was the very boul of the lofties t conceivable intellect, the highest, genius of music, perhaps; the compkxiou s'inly tinted oiov.n, but cut Ly the sv.eetost red lips: the M'lull re and fjci tu "Iut, K t xx a Ut of atwtKg la 11 Uniled States Depository?" CAPITAL, $ lOO.OOO. ;i a 3,000 J. E. Dooly, President. L. B. Adams, Cashier. V. N. Shillo. Vice President, BARGAINS ANY OF ! WHICH I WILL DELIVER. Two No!) Hill orchard lots, 50x187 o h1I-300 25x138 Wooilmannee lots, near $llo(. cat street. ('or. 20' U and Liberty avenue, 115x1:12; fruit ri'1 shxdf trpf. J3200. 8 acre four miles west, fenced. 30; h $1250. A RP. f 221)0. Monroe, aver no. 50x132 ; choice reHi(l"iu'e lot $u5ii. 50x132, VaiT.uren ave. "Fr-grti-i.- " $1500. 29 h street, between Slain and A'tiims, 82 'j.. 100; $2100. r.Ms. Mnthson, betweeD cli'-an- , the exhibition of Professor Oscar the hypnotist' and mind reader, 20 h nii 21kI. streets. rose and walked ;'out before the close of $050. lV!ers.,n sve., between Grunt the entertainment md Lincoln avep. $1750. 82'v,'xi;,2, fnune )ww, 2l't A young man sitting near the aisle Litiettv p.trk. glanced up at him, slightly annoyed at str t, nti.r Lak View lotn, 25x137, $200. Choii-the disturbance caused by his exit. motor line. "I have seen that face before," he neur I have barsMirjR on Wwliinttton Ave., thought, as the man passed on. I. ;., - - wtrl nml t.,, fc' i, " or., 'l. t l, , iUllMIKTO The exhibition grew in interest and y!. o ,ir"iter;ii s. m m. to his turned attention the young It is a planra to nliow von t t he Rtagt; bin the face of the person who J. n. ;i l., h I juni gone out danced before hiai in 404 Whiny'oa l'!li. avj., Ito be costim kd. ) Feid-man- 8 e 111 A!-- aeri-ase- .