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   Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - May 11, 1890, Burlington, Iowa                                MWKEYE ESTABLISHED SUNDAY MAY THF BFSFRTFR 1 LLLJ 1 WEITTEN BT CAPTAIN CHAKLES a Arrnon OF DUXKAXEX THE for i THERE was un umiMial scene HI the matinei the following When Hay relieved Gregg as officer of ilir ami the i wo visiting house and turning over prisoners they came upon the last name mi tinlist Clancy uud Jrege turned in euinrade and said No charges un preferred iituinsi at least none Buy but his ednijiatiy eniiinuiiler requisu That IIP he liilil IHII until he iun talk over IMM wiih Whats hiin iemanijej drunk ami raiinu a row and beating liis answcriil wbereal ilirri a litter ariiou tin in uniinil I li I never said of Im If 1 Hint of illlink or ni said the new ollicer Take charge of him for the And away they went Iavnir was in conversation with the eiiiniuunding ollicor as they un and the colonel was sayiug It is not Ihe in handle If he has guilty of uil ilistuMerlv rxiliiiuot lie HhouM In trial I but is x ll Clancy that made all the I feel alter be is perfectly solnr can vive him such a tiilking to a ill a lo this trou VirV i illiliy to let company conmKiiiilers at leas once nr Iu ie on liieir I so you can try the but we of Ihe J la vc i in ie cars of PfcpirieTice with the anil wennot a little amuseil when they Inrneil up again in our as accrcililed nimbiTS of your as 1 Clancy not to be to trial for this suddenly spoke the posl Mir cry Iills lln take a in inoniin4 inciii nri in last to the talk at captain Ihiuksii un quoin this unprincipled pracu That same afternoon MUs Travers found that a headache was die result of xmfineniLnt to an atmosphere fiomewhat heavily charged with Rayncr Deemed to bristle every time she approached her Possibly it was bc more than the that but in either case she needed re lief from the exposed position she had occupied ever since Kates return from the Clancysin the She had been too long under and was the cheery visits of the garrison rallants had proved of little for Jlayner was in very ill and made snappish remarks to them which two of them resented and speedily took themselves Later Miss Travers went to her room and wrote a and then the Kunsct gun shook the and twilight settled down upon the still j frozen bathed her heated i Corchuad ami flushed threw a i warm cloak over her and j came slowly down the Itav ner met her at the parlor I am going for a walk and bhull stop and see Quite MI unnecessary piece inror I saw him as well as He has just gone Miss Travers flushed hot with indigna J have seen no one and if you mean lhat Haync has goiio to Wal I shall Id meet liiui on the walk it would only be a trifle more You have no right to accuse mo of UK faintest exportation of meeting him I I had not thought if such a You might just as well You Raniuit make your antagonism to my husband much more you have And as for meeting the only advice I presume to give now is that for your own you keep your blushes under better control than you dirl the last time you I know witli this triumphant insult as u parting liayncr wheeled and inarched ofT through the What was i girl Travers was not of the crying and was de nied a vast amount of comfort in conse She stood a few moments quiv ering under the lash of injustice and in sult to which she bad been She longed for a breath of pure fresh air but there would bo nu enjoyment even in that needed and help if ever a girl but where was sho to Jim it The women who most attracted her and who would have warmly welcomed her at any women whom she would eagerly have gone to in her practically denied llayner in her quar rel had declared war against tho caval and Slannanl uud bad shown a to welcome Nellie were no longer callers at the who was Kind md motherly to the girl and loved to have her with so embarrassed by M Uayners di tcrmuied snubs that she hardly knew bow to treat tho mat She would no longer visit liayner as had been her cus yet she wanted tho girl to come to 11 the Miss Travers well knew that on her return to the house she would bo received by a volley of sar casms ulMut her preference for the society of people who were tho avowed enemies of her If she re mained iu the it was to become iu person the target for her sisters unde served sneers and The situa tion wns becoming simply Twice sin began and twice she tore to fragments ihe letter for which Van Antwerp was daily and this evening she more turned and slowly her threw off her ami tcxk up her writing It was not yet There still light enough for her if she wont close to I he Kvejy nerve was tingling with tbe ofwrong and ignominy every throb of her heart but intensilieil ihe longing for relief from the ihralldoni of her She saw only one path to lead from such crushing Tliere was his last received only that urg imploring her to leave liayner had declared to him her readiness to bring her east pro j vidod she would lix an early date for the w hat he considers gnou I Was it not a future many a girl might envy Was he not as man could be Had be nut social position and compe Was he not high a gentleman in all his acts and words Why could she not love him and lie content There on the desk lay a little scrap of note paper there lay lier pen a dozen words only were One mo ment sbe gazed at the far darkening heights of the watching tbe last rose tinted gleams on snowy peaks then with sudden impulse she seized her pen and drew the portfolio to the window As sbe did a soldierly figure came briskly down the walk a clear cut face glanced up at her casement a quick light of recognition and pleasure flashed iu his eyes the iittle forage cap was raised with courteous though the step nevex and Hiss Trav ers felt that her was flushing as llayne strode rapidly She stood another and had grown 1oo dark to When after calling twice from the bottom ofthe finally went up into her room and impatiently pushed open the all was darkness except the glimmer from the hearth where are yon answered Miss start ing up from the I think I must have been Your head is hot as said her laying her firm white hand upon theburning I suppose you are going to be downright by way of Just understand one that doctor doec not come into toy What that I want tsked Miss the post I Of course you have heard how he is mix Ing himself in my husbands affairs and making trouble with various have heard I dont wonder your friends are to tell Tilings have come to a pretty when officers are going around holding pirate umihign with Minted men I bardlrfcnowgie doctor yet wo have certain in prevent the men In jnefcr So do as 1 saw the man before and aficr his coiilincnuiit last 1 not tliinl it was neressarv lo coiiline The oliiier of tiniiav there was great sii in sur tliere anil tin1ling i remiiuls miof the tbey IIHCI to I tell on New S ork It looked i to mias though raiseil by is Ifciviiir savs j but the man was That being the iase 1 would ask the captain for i what hiiecilic he ordered Clniiry lo the guard ICiiyuer was pale as lie glared at ilniltuior in ami in while all tbe utlieers noted his agitation and ucn silent in It was the colonel that came to the llayner had almuiiaiit ll after though only whiMher causing the trouble or is the responsible not The captain was right in causing his Knyncr looked up 1 sulinit t your tbe and I apologixe for any ibing 1 may have lhat was beyond my Now I wish to ask a ques tion for inv own In case yn cnlislcd man of this com mand desire U an liicer of his com any other for that mat il u of any military rcgulaliou for him to goM his quarteri for that purpose Again was Ivayuer fearfully white and nged liis lips moved as though he would interrupt but discipline pre 4 and customs of ice going at all manner of hours and on friv olous geaius permission anil if denied by and he be can report the whole j Hut suppose a man is not on com pany must hehunt up bis Jirst ser geant ami as permission to go and see Mime ofiiccr with whom bo bns busi ness hardh in that Thats tli doctor sub Among all the as ihe meeting the question What do you suppose Tills was driving There wen1 two or who Kayner vent first to his where he had a few moments liurried consultation with his wife then they loft the house together he to havo a low toned and very stem talk lo rather than with the abashed who lis eap iii hand and with banging bead she to visit ihe wik child of of Company whose quar ters adjoined those to which tbe Clancys bad recently been When that Hibernian culprit returned to his roof t released from durance he was surprised to receive a kindly and sym pathetic welcome from who with her own baud hud mixed him some comforting drink and plan ning with Clancy for iheir greater If Clancy will only promise u quit interjected the partner of his joys and Later that when tbe doctor had a little talk with the exdragoon declared he was going to reform for all he was He was only a distress to everybody when he All And when you are perfectly you can come and sec Hayne as soon as you Lootnant Hayne is sir Shure Td be beggin liis pardon for the vexation I gave him hist But you have something you wanted to speak with him about You said so last said the look ing Mm squarely in I was be answered trat he shrank The doctor tamed and loft Vt ite only when drmst Sfaafeoon jMfenoe tricks him the and cant imagine what affairs of your husbands he can interfere was he that put up Clancy to mak ing the disturbance at Haynes last night md getting into the guard and tried to prove that be had a right to go there and that the captain had no right to arrest Was Clancy trying to see Hayne asked Hiss How should I know said her sis He was and prob ably didnt know what he was And Rayner arrested tim for trying to see HayneJT Rayner arrested Mrj lor being drunk and creating a as it was his duty to arrest any soldier under such replied her with majestic and I will not tol erate it that you should criticise his con I have made 110 I havesimply made inquiry but I have learned what no one else could have made me XelbV be careful what you or what you you mean I that it is my belief that there is something at the bottom of those ftories of Clancys strange talk when in the I lielieve he thinks he knows something which would turn all suspicion from Hayne to a totally different I believe for reasons which I cauunt you are deter mined Hayne shall not see him or hear of It was you that sent Rayner over ihere last Clancy came here at from the time you were at the front door or You were the first to hear her and came running in to tell the captain to go at why did vou stand there listening from the tiniershe left the kitchen unless you expected to hear just what over there be hind the company barracks Rayner would give no all in turn were pictured on her furious but died away before the calm and unconquera ble gaze in her sisters For the first time in htr life Kate Kayner real ized that her baby XtlP had the stronger will of the Tor one in btani she contemplated A of invective leaped readily to her the first distinguishable ipi hets applied to her sister or her sisters words Set if Van Antweq will tolerate such Ill write this very was the impotent threat that followed ami utterly de thoroughly convinced that shu was powerless against her sisters reck less love of fair play at any sbe felt that her wrath was giving way to and turned and lest Nellie should see the flag of surrender on her paling CHAPTER Two nights ajtcr as ISuxton was sulkily going Uie rounds of the sen he made a discovery which greatly enlivened an otherwise uneventful tour as officer of the It had been his general custom on such occasions to take he shortest way across the parade to the guard make brief and perfunctory inspectiou then go on down tbe lill to tbe creek valley and successively visit tbe sentries aiound the If he night were wet or he went back lie same ignoring tbe sentries at Uie coal and store sheds along Prairie This was a sharply cold night and very but equally It wns xAwcen 12 and 1 1 than climbed the hill on bis home ward instead of taking the turned northward and struck or the gloomy mass of sheds dimly dis cernible some forty yards from the Ie had beard other officers speak of tbe act that llaynes lights were burn ng until long after and that trapping in they had found him seated at his desk with a green shade over liis by the aid of two lent lumps boning to be a was ihe comment of captains jf Hustons having grown old in the service their own igno were fiercely intolerant lieu enants who strove to improve in pro essional reading instead of spending heir time making out the company mus er rolls and clothing as they should Buxtoii wanted to see for himself what he night lights and was plunging icavily ahead iho n stiddtny brought to a stand by sharp challenge of the sentry at tbe wal He whispered the mystic ntersign over the leveled bayonet of lie swearing to himself at he regulation which puts an officer iu a attitude for lie time and by way of get ng square with the soldier for the hatply military way in which liis duty as sentry had been the crfp ain proceeded to catechise him as to bis The soldier had been well ainl knew all bis by better than for that as the latter was anything but an xeuiplar of perfection iu tactics or sca ry duty but this did not prevent Bux oifs snappishly tolling him he was wrong in several points ami contemptu ously inquiring where lie bad learned aucb The soldier promptly but responded that those were the exact instructions he had received at the adjutants and Buxtou knew from experience that ho was getting on dangerous He would have stuck to his in default of some thing else to find fault but that the crack of a tbe crunching of hoofs and a rattlcof wheels out iu darkness quickly diverted his Whats he sharply in A 1 think it must TVTiy dont sir It must have been on your sir it was way off my posC It drove up to about half an hour it come from fruBJ asked iom I leaving the Sentry to his own wlitfhYbn the were not compli mentary to his superior Capt Boston strode rapidly through the dark ness to Haynes Bright lights were still burning both on the ground floor and in a room The sentries were just beginning the call of 1 oclock when he reached the gate and gazing inquisitively at the house Then he turned andjistened to the rattle of wheels growing fault in the distance as tbe team drove away towards the prairie If Hayne had gone to town at that hour of the night it was a most unusual and he had not the colonels permission to ab sent himself fromthe post of that the officer of the day he would not have gone and left aUhuIightB No that whateverix brought somebody to see who proposed to remain several otbecwize the ctttnase would mat have In thia theory heheard He neard the piano crisply trifling a response to skillful He longed for a peep regretted that he had dropped Hayne from the list of his Be recognized Haynes shadow presently thrown by the lamp upon the and wished that his visitor would come similarly into He heard the clink oi glasses and saw the shadow raise a wine glass to the and Sams Mon golian shape flitted across the bearing a tray with similar suggestive What meant this unheard of conviviality on the part of the the the midnight oil the scholarly recluse of the garrison Bux ton stared wifn all his eves and listened with all his starting guiltily when he heard a martial footstep coming quickly up the and faced the in truder rather It was only tbe corporal of the and lie glanced at his brought his to gauntlet ed hand in salute to the rifle on his shoul der and passed The next moment Boston fairly gasped with amaze he stared an isstant at the window asthough then ran after the called to him in stealthy tone to come back drew him by the sleeve to the front of Haynes and pointed to the parlor Two shadows were there now one easily rLtojnizable as that of the young ofiicer in liis snugly fitting undress the oilier slen What do you tiiat otiiw shadow to he hoarsely and LookT And with that exclamation a shadowed arm xcmed to encircle the slender tiie niustached image to bend low and minjrle with the outlined luxuriance of tress tliat decked the others and with clasping the shadows moved frem What was the corporal he I should say it was a young Buston could liardly wait until morn ing to see When he passed the latters quarters half an hour later all was had be but known Rayner was not He was at the house guard mounting and had a confidential and evidently exciting talk with the captain and he just as the trumpets were these words were heard at the front door She never left until after when the same rig drove her back to There was a stranger with her That morning both llayner and Huston looked hard at Hayne when he came in to the matinee but he was just as calm and quiet as and having sa luted the commanding officer took a seat by Gregg and was soon occupied in conversation with Not a word was said by the officer of the day about the mysterious visitor to the garrison the previous With he was again in conversation much of the and to not to his successor as officer ofthe did he communicate all the details of the pre vious nights adventure and his theories Late that having occasion to step to his front convinced that he lieard stealthy footsteps on his Haync could sec nobody in the dark liut found his front gate He walked around his little but not it man was Mis heart was full of a new and strange excitement that as he threw on his overeoat and furs and took a rapid wait around the gazing up into the starry heavens and drinking in great draughts of the bracing Re he came down along the front of officers and as he approached Rayuers quarters his eyes rested long ingly upon tbe window he knew to be hers now but all was As he rapidly ncared the he became aware of two bulky figures at the as be walked briskly recognized the overetms as those offi One man was doubtless Uie other he could not tell for tbe instant they recognized his seemed to avert their Once home he soon sought his room and pillow long before he could again and again a sweet vision seemed to come to him he could not shut out the thought of Xellie Travers of how she looked and what she said that very after He had gone to call at Waldrons BOOH after lie was at the playing for when he becprue con scious that another lady had entered the saw Xeilie He rose and bowed to extending his hand as he did and knowing that his heart was thumping and his color rising as he felt the warm touch of slender fingers in liis Iiad any one could see though the lamps were not turned nor was the firelight Miss Travers has come to take tea very quietly with Hayne she is so soon to return to the and now I want you to stay and join No one will be here but the major and we will have a lovely time with our You wont your So soon to return to the How how strange and unwelcome the words sounded How they seemed to op press hun and prevent his reply He stood a moment dazed and vaguely wor ried he could not explain He looked from Waldrons kind face to the lovely features there so near and something told him that he could never let them go and find even hopeor content in had she so strangely come into his lonelv bewildering as some suddenly blazing star in the darkest corner of the heavens Whence had come this strange power that enthralled him He gazed into her sweet with its troubled and tamed to Waldron I had Miss Travers was go ing east again just It seems onlv a few days since It is over a month but all the same this is a sudden I knew noth ing of it until You said Bayner was better Nellie1 a little but she is far from welt I think the captain wfll just as soon as he can arrange for leave of ab was the low toned He had or rather she had with her and he still stood His eyes could not quit their She going She it could not be what would life become without the sight of that radiant that girlish form Is not this very unexpected he struggled to I I heard you woe to spend several months It was so Hayne but my sisters health requires speedy She has been growing worse ever since we and she wfll not get well And when do you goT he fast as soon as wte can pact though we may wait two or three days for a complete breakin thecon qoaiterof nuMfe Then TTaldron suddenly and remarkably arose leave you to entertain MrJ Hayne a few I am the slave of my and she knows nothing of being here to tea with us so I must tell her and avert Ami with this on her lips and where it rested with equal that exemplary lady quitted In the sanctity of the connubial that some hours she thus explained her ac tion to her silent spouse Eight or I meant that those two young people should hare a chance to know each 1 have been con vinced for three weeks that she U forced into this New York ami for the last week that she is wretchedly You say you believe him u wronged and injured onlv you cant prove you have said hat nothing could be toogood for him in this life as a reward for all hU bravery and fortitude under fearful Then Nellie Travers isnt too good for sweet as she and I dont care who calls me a But with Waldrun away the two appeared to have made but haltiug pro gress towards Wilh all her outspoken pluck at school and at Miss Travers was strangely ill at ease and emlpirrassed Hayne was the Jirst to gainself control and to en deavor to bring the conversation back to a natural 1 was a struggle but he had grown accustomed to strus He eould not imagine that a girl whom he had met only once or twice should have for him anything more than the vaguest and most casual He well knew by this time howdeep and vehement was the interest she had aroused in his heart but it would never do to betray himself so He strove to interest her in reference to the music she would and to learn from her where they weru This she an They would go no further east than Louis or They might go south as far as Nashville until As for the summer it would depend on the captain and leave of It was all vague and unset Rayncr was so wretched that her husband was convinced that she ought to leave for tlie states as soon as anil of course she must go with the vivacity he bad sorn anil heard of as her marked characteristics seemed gone and yet she wauled to speak with wanted to be with What could be wrong lie asked It was not until Waldroiis step was heard re turning that nerved herself to sud almost desperate She start led him with her vehemence tell you before I If no opportunity Ill write And those were the words that had been haunting him all the for they were not again and he had no chalice to ask a What could she mean For years he had been living a life of stern self denial but long before his promotion the last penny of the obli gation justly or had been laid upon his shoulders was paid with He was a man free and self and pos sessed of an independence that never would have been his had his life run on in the same happygo lucky style in which ho had spent the first two years of his army But in his he had allowed himself no thought of anything tlmt oculd for a moment distract him from the stern pur pose to which he had devoted every He would win the respect of his would bring to confusion those who had sought to pull him down and until that stood accomplished he would know no other In the exile of the moun tain station he saw no women but the wives of his senior officers and they merely bowed when they happened to meet him did not even do Now at last he had met and yielded to the first of two conquerors before whom even the bravest and the strongest go down and but the sweet face and thrilling tones of that young girl had seized and tilled his to the utter exclusion of every other pas sion and just in proportion to the empti ness and yearning of his life before their meeting was the intensity of the love and longing that possessed him It was useless to try and analyze the suddenness and subtilty of its approach the power of love hail overmastered Hecould only realize that it xvas here and he must Late into morning hours he lay his brain whirling with varied and bewildering Win her he or blackness and deso lation of the past five years would be as nothing compared with the misery of the years to Woo her he and not without if ever womans eyes gave proof of sympathy and But now at last he realized that the tiina had come when for hor for his must adopt a new The missing links were not Ijeyond re covery in skillful hands but in the shock anil horror which he felt on realizing that it was not only possible but certain that a jury of his comrade officers could deem him guilty of a low he hid his face and turned from Xow the time Iiad come to reopen the He well knew that i revulsion of feeling had set in which notliing but his own stub bornness held in Ho knew that he had friends and sympathizers among officers high in He had only a few days before heard from drons lips a strong intimation that it was his duty to come ont of his and reassert You must re member said you had been only two years in service when tried bv court You were an utter stranger to every member that There was nothing but the evidence togc and that was all against The court was made np of officers from other and was at least The evidence was almost all from and was presumably well You would call no witnesses for You made your almost defiant statement refused counsel refused advice and what could the court do but convict and sAtence Had I been a member of the court I would have voted just aa was done bv the court and yet I believe yon now an utterly innocent did the colonel regard did several of the officers of the would most oi the youngsters of his own regiment if he woald only give them half a In anv the score was wiped out now hecould afford to take a wife if a woman learned to love and what wealth of tenderness and devotion was he not readv to lavish on one who would But lie would offer no one a Jnstand foremost he must now stand np and fight that oat of his as WaHron had and give people a chance to see what manner of man he God helping he and thai without ftc Continued WHOM IMP LOVE The Men Who Are the Most Popular With the Traits of feminine Chararter lv Frank the xoiur Man who is Jlost Atlmireil at u IX addition to her Frank Leslie writes consider ably for the Tin HAWKEYE has published several of her articles dur ing tho past She is always spicy ami entertaining and at the same time practical in her suggestions concerning social and business In a recent article sho discusses the subject of Lovers and answers ibe What kind do the women love Replying to the eritteUm of gentleman of Leslie Uis in the very worst while you sit beside one wo man to show yourself jealous of the at tention some other man is attracting from other The no mat ter how flimsy a theory it iu the mind of every woman that she is sufficient to engross all the attention of the man she is talking to for the and to envy Nullus bis little success is to show that yon would prefer his posi tion to your Do you seer Good Do you suppose I would ratherpronieuade with that pretty baby than to talk with your I dont Tin Tbe only important thing in the matter is that you showed uie why yon are not a favor ite with Too kind of you Perhaps you will give me some little mstructiou in the art of becoming If you will unbend majesty of your which really too altogether that is will give you ona comprehensive and most effectual rule Attend to only one woman at a time And smiling benignly mum a Russian diplomate just passing I took his arm and sauntered my Scotch lord to digest uiy at his it was There is nothing a woman is quicker to perceive and surer to resent than wandering I think if one were to study the character istics of those men who achieve phenome nal success among it would in variably be found that they possessed the power of ronccKtrutioii in a marked de Everybody knows that a man need not be handsome to be admired and Some extraordinarily ugly men have car ried all before them ami distanced tho Adonises of their day as completely as Ninon de 1Enelos did the fair young de butantes of her Few in have the strength of mind to hear being handsome without being 1 have lately said tnat beautiful wo men are seldom although periectlv conscious of their They accept the are grateful for use it as a weapon if they have any brains at do not suffer it to absorb their attention or to stamp itself upon their It is like the multiplica tion it thing to be learned and set aside in thu archives of tho inind for use when it may be but not to be paraded at other With men this is not so beauty with them is an extraneous gift they arc not born to they do not need it does not help them on in it is not for them the promise of love and all that makes life sweet to An ugly man knows very well if he possesses even in moderation the ele ments of success in tlic he can and inarry well at any time he arid his looks will have very little to do with the in fact are rather a help than a for a pretty woman knows very well that her good looks are never so marked as when set off by a Beauty is far more striking when she walks beside the beast than when she promenades The handsome man dresses with a painful attention to his complexion and the color of his eyes the ugly man if he thinks at all about his dress wears what his beauty of the hour and it he ventures on a bit color it is snre to be her favorite although it may be the most deadly possible for anil beauty likes him infinitely better for the compliment to her own taste than tor any amount of correct taste tint had no The handsome man seated bcsidu pretty woman and opposite a mirror steals glances now and then at his own reflection as he pushes back his straightens his mustache or draws a quarter of an inch more of his handkerchief out of his The ugly inun under the same circum stances looks at the reflection of liis com panions if he murmurs something about that charming picture The handsome man de the homage of woman as a sort of divine right he feels that she whom he distinguishes by his favor is in a manner bound to be upon her best and show a sense her promotion by striv ing to deserve it if she there are always the poor it is not the handsome man whom women prefer for admirers or for unless indeed it is very very very vapid having no self cannot feel it and no cannot feel them slighted poor since they never have been and never hope to be are quite content to become adorers and em ulate the fast rooted in its own quiet garden follows Ms glorious lord as he travels from east to smiling a thousand other flowers in his and meeting her patient morning mriTa with an unabashed if it isnt handsome who an the men that succeed with your most unaccountable seir asked a friend to whom I had been airing the above and I devoted a wakeful hour or two that night to considering the ques coming to this conclusion The man who succeeds best with wo men must not know too much about but must greatly desire to know There is no incentive to interest like and to the average man there is no object in nature so mysterious as the the the instincts of a really delightful man knows as little about these matters as the noble savage does of a When the first missionary showed the first Otaheitan chronometer and told ban that it was alive and talked to him the Otaheitan worshiped both mart and and evierybody was very comfort Later when tbe missionarys conscience made him open the show its wheels and show bow it was wound np and made to keep the Otaheitan ffelt he had been hnm lnHiuT iiiif il IIIKI imn rrfTrn1 to eat the thejcatehbytremt ing it witn too little instead of too great Moral Jfever teH how the watch est in women the successful man must have a profound admiration for their faults and as well aa for their I have seen men who wen too top too mathematical tosnc ceed with a sex which is fond of setting its own fancies above the narrow restric tions of such A man may playfully try to make a woman see that her course is opposed both to law and but if she de clines to see anything of the sort he must not appear or indeed feel shocked or but gracefully concede the point in Most women like to be lectured a and with a but they hate to be proved iii the A man must not take the tone of a even if he is asked to teach a pretty woman common law or I remember once asking a man to show uie something about and after some bewildering information he began working out a problem in his What is it Show me1 said won dering what absorbed him wouldnt under mnnnured with his whole mind in the figures he was scratching Does any woman suppose I ever liked that man again Besides interest and and delighted tolerance of her the successful man must have an excellent memory and ready Manj a woman has felt her regard for a man rise from very temperate to summer heat by per ceiving that he remembered herwords of a year or the fancy she had once expressed for a particular a a fad1 of any A very nglyman made himself charm ing to me the other day by gently taking a sandalwood fun from the hand of a lady sitting next ami while chatting with iipd playing with the fancon triving to gejTout the rivet in the handle so that flie whole thing and with ten thousand put it in his pocket to be 1 remembered your saying at the Piris exposition that the smell of somlal wooil made you said he to me pres and I am going out now to put this iu my overcoat When he came back he smelled of and I tlo not at all when the fan was mended and he carried it that he said something very charm ing to the pretty woman who owned it but nevertheless ho said ami did the right thing at tho right moment for and I always like to ste him a man must know something and know how to show that he knows Women adore power in It is one of innate instincts of tho Among savages and tho classes which come next to tlieiu in our the strongest and biggest man is tho one who can take his choice among tho women of his nul in the very most exalted planes of the highest civilization the man who can command the the at the obedience of his fellow men is he whose most delights wo A man who is tho jest anil tho butt of other or rven he who is treated with a good Immiircd familiarity border ing on by his will per haps arouse in womens breasts a certiiin tolerating a half half very like that bestowed upon the court jester their own pet dwarf by the court ladies of the olden but he never will unmnmnd I dont value what nobody else val said a woman tho other day in speaking of oneof these court who was disposed to bt very attentive to and I replied Hy you an enunciating one of the great dogmas of our But after all the vry most attractive trait a man can possibly and the one surest to him a universal fa vorite among is A washed bored and languid laan never can bo very much liked or de sired by womeu who have to fight agniust nil those tendencies in them They want i man to bo all to cure very much about to pat his whole sonl into the question of where ones new picture should be or whether Russian tea or Roman punch is the norj Oije likes to lean back in the corner of tho sofa or u comfortable chair and watch one of these vivid and earnest creatures is he rearranges some ornaments on the or demonstrates with pencil and paper just where the boats lay in the Into or enthusiastically describes shave he had in driving his tandem in the park And with all his enthusiasm and earn estness be must be capable of instantly perceiving when his energy is becoming a little and change to quietude and gentleness with perfect good humor and perfect Another tiling all women demand and very few or for that matter men is t true and puniest sym Tin man who succeeds best is he who can put himself out oil the question and listen and divine and meet ones confidences half way and really and truly care for ones troubles or perplei ities or er even ones Most women love dearly to talk of to discuss and analyze their own to tell their own experi ami to usk what confidant thinks they unght to have done under such and such and the man who can listen to these matters with sincere and unaffected interest and re spond who can remember and resume the conversation of his own and I have thought a great deal about what you were telling and it geems to man wiH be popular among will outrank the handsome the wealthy the showy will in fact assume the po sition among women which he had who so irritated myfriend quoted a while ago assaying What do all the women see to ad mire in that fellowr j Hiss Cassv broken my heart Tom well accidents wiD j Small Ai mj irife and at tbe window one day Stood watching a main with a cart cams by with broth Who was driving a stool little To ray wife I then of a Theres a reiatkai of joura in that carriage lo which Oie as tie donkey abe ipiei a relatioabgr marriage Xew York A inaajnt down on bonefs neat Quick hfe form nproie and IS rae like a snot bat is didnt roe ist bant marrXrttrfmagto PRICE 15 CqKTS PER COUNTRY Importance to Burlington of Im proving the Roads Into the Brick Too tUpviuUe for Country HiBh arxncaiUun ially Wet Down NOW ihat Burlington is discarding macadam and using brick for pav ing tho thoroughfares our citizens do not fvil as nuuh as they otherwise would in thesubject of this But to say that have no interest whatever in macadam would bit a hasty Butlingtou U vitnl ly interested in having good country roads leading into the city and brick is too expensive for that purpose macadam also is expensive hut as only needs to he used in special localities it is not to be as nut of ihe question for road The question is luiw to use niiicailum ami what are its advant At a meeting of the Penn Statigranite at Worthy delivered an adilress of interest to all who care for the and pres ervation of In the course nf his remarks Uuwuins said A very ready musician knows Imw tiresome ii may be to compass 11 new nine and how easy tu lapse into the old And so with now policies or econo The ukl iilea is and embraced until there is jealousy of the when iu essayist points that i macadam roait Is not a tluU it macuihun cun can be for less than pikes have that a macailani costs less for and that it is the most economic some very good people will not so much a8 wrestle with the new clinging to the old will argue that inasmuch as pikes arc macadams must be rough inasmuch is pikes are built below macadams must be so built that is the hand hammered pike has cost as much as per because of its coarse per mile annually for that con sequently a machine toller made macadam structure must cost the same per mile for the making and tbe same 8100 per mile for annual It is becoming usual to call pikes macadamized A macadam road is not a in that the macadam is in finitely better and less expensive than roads heretofore called The imperfections of a pike are that it is composed of loose 8tone in its making and Thus the pressure pike receives from passing wheels deepens into A rut once although tilled and will have been constructed of hammered Hammered stone is too coarse for the best superstructure of The originator of tho macadam principle stated beforo a committee of the house of commons that a stone road was a saving of repair in ratio with the fineness of tho stone Thus a bed of one inch stone would cost in repair of such bed but onehalf that of a bed of two inch a pike composed of hand broken Htoue may have cost per mile for and 8100 per an nually for per mile for because the stone was liand at 51 pfr and iinnn ally for because the superstruc ture was coarse and Thus ruts are started and ir expensive to The experience macailani builders that a rut will follow a that id if i stone bed is laid upon a rutted clay base ruts will appear in the stone bed directly over those of tho cltvy Thus one rut in i pike is the predecessor of an endless series of ruts and an endless bill of On the oilier a macadam struc ture avoids these imperfections of a piko in that first its superstructure U com posed of small stone and stone sittings or and second while wheels press the loose surface of a and reach solidity within one track two inches below the general thus forming the roller used in macadam structure does exactly what but it presses the entire surface of the so far as wheels can in and thus makes the entire bed as solid as the base of a a macadam is so uni formly resistant of wheel pressure that ruts cannot be produced iu some mac adam within a period probably of ten A crusher turning out HO perches of stone per day will earn in a at 15 cents per which will easily pay for the cost of running it crusher per The difference 91 per perch for hand broken stone and 15 cents for crushed atone is In the re alization of this gain of 85 cents by the use of a crusher wi can reasonably con clude that a macadam ought to be built for less than half the coat of hammered Then as to the economy of a macadam over that of a A mac adam being virtually rut and water and continuing so for ten what will ic cost to repair a macadam per mile annually luring ten yearn I think you will really But will a macadam resist wheel pres sure ten years In answer we axe furnished proof in an eightyearold macadam leading from the Pennsylvania railroad freight and passenger station at Chester Charlea superintendent for the Devon Land tells me that this mac adam has endured all the traffic from the being equal at times to two tons at a and yet thia macadam has not coat A cent for repair for eight an I saw for has not a The question then Thin macadam being as waa years wilt it not eight years more without a cent for repair The LMlim The pleasant and the perfect safety with which ladies may use the li quid fruit Syrup of under all conditions make ie their favorite rem It is pleasing to the eyeand to the yet effectual in acting on the liver and The BarJincton Koate to KMUM For Kansas Joseph and local points on the take the whlcn through Pullman sleeping and chair can from Burlington to making con nection there with the a solid vestibnled train direct to Atchison and Kansas Pun man palace sleeping cars and free reelfn ing chair For full particulars apply to a   

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