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MOTHER IS RESTING.
The long, rough road !s ended
hIer weary feet iut"r pressed:
flow rough to her n rai; footsteps
I'erhaps we never guessed:
SBIt with the aeary journey
Shell bo no more distressed;
The faco we bend and softly kiss
I Bears no iinpress but that of bliss.
Wo know that many pages
Within the l,>ok of years
She :as pursued with anguish
Anitd her falling tears;
That partings, change and doubt ing
Have cai'd her muu1y fears.
Forg ,tteu now eauch pang of woe,
No grief again hier soul will know.
We gazo at her (lear features,
Wit hin the casket bound,
Anl think that ,he is dwelling
Where cha,nnt IgeIe e''t' is ountal
That. thre no inful p rtlngs
I kr loving lh'art w"ill wotund;
And WeetPin,g for her, "lovel andl gone,"
We gatler strelgth to walk alone.
Alengthe way bcfor"e us,
Whilther, we do not know,
It rny be strewn with blessings,
- Andi pleasures We rnay know,
Or, I hickly set wit Ii d:mrger:s,
Many hring us naught but woe;
Yet, o'er life's patiway, she has come
At last, unto her heavenly home.
TIE RUSSIAN DOCTOR.
Entertaining and Romantic Story
from Real Life.
[ADAPTED B1toM Till: GERMAN OF Mia:
BY MRS. FRtANCEiS A. STAW.
inlation Copyrigidd, 1857, by A. X. Kellog9
l'()PN entering hi9
stutdy Arnil found
a le'tter from hic
S!" 1'a, formner tr"avehni
il, liiar von.
1o not1 lhe fright,
i iened, ol friend andl
, utur," }u: wcrote, "i1
ISOOn anpear beforc
y cl'1 tin person rathecr
} Iii ,T:tlhlu7 lon by letter. The
lihysicians havo or
bered mn to the south, but I regard thu home
whero I c:n enjoy your socicty as the best
health resort for rat'. I want you to examnine
thoroglihly the binding of liy life-book, and tell
me frankly if it it is worth repair. My troublee
are over-wrought nerVes and a slight disease of
the heart. I i log for oth'r air, for a different
way of life, for a rosy, quiet, rural exist onoe.
Perhaps on my travels I nmay pick up a German
wife. liut no more nnthralluitnts of the heart
for me, that is over. 1 have ieased flir"t ig, and
have buried lily slops behiii ni. Although
tinder forty, I have idone with lifo's illusions.
"You krnow enough of my dlplointic career
in St. Petersburg, Which I now 'leave without
having won any lgrc;it reputt ion, to be awtr
thaint my greatest need at pireseut Is a Clever
practical housevife. lInt 1 want no0 young,
sentimental girl; my ide; l is a worntat of una
ture years, capable of graspin tlie dtcl stic
reins and taking eare of toe. A or providai:
hamdsonely for my yuun, er hr"ther I ani rich
enought to puVEk"lase:un est ct,t hrev,er it suils
nc, to employ in; eill:,entI. steWard. nd lIve for
my Old entrLis amns--music and patinting. I
rhall b. ceo. ti tly b usy inl a dillnetanit' ort of a
sway. We ltusshnl rli' not li lyo i I erinans
reared for neriouu work-anld my wife wiii lead
a comfurtblt life. If sihe is nlt ulusical, so
much thi b itr. If shl w"rels in in a h 1tihNr
grade Ih.ni 1, may r,;u."' wouli hore her- if in a
lower, si' wouhil bori. ii.. \Vhii kniows but .0
your lit tle town 1 inay melet the one1 I see:
-'' I expect alsos to retin m i n lt wi tnui you.
Wh'len only a r'ising phy.3Miin you cuireil'm'
father, ail your1 kill inust lie far grea;ter 1no.
" Write m at oc., 1.tt iog me1 how if ye.
are at 110ni1, and11 call rcei':o me,1 Dire42(f ls
We Russian Embaissy, Blerlta."
Whkenl1 isinnl ,ppen-ei:,uppr h
W (.:l :ui lld l:tve l:}iii14 no'wl. b n
oiI anno'nneiedt'tts i thu e< ing tistor,
lira115 I liit' ,\cli - i-54 - t llbs, if let
Wht ot tiil iiit ? iht :idd. "tt H ie tild
lt'f ,' a \.'.LtIl L'e Ih-il tt h :lie gly i.ld
l ''n t i:f I i t w . 1 l lia l . a
rlt 5 a l'.' lini;tn. ii vino on 5511! te llaifI
At nItil nll' An,inih dileutesn tel i
"Ce. anl.'t. IIim: w llbeon
0 1''''ii genients( a i l t.in1 s iis log ( Li 3 -l
W ii l hs os (\'; l w irllIn i it'o It ili.' ii. >4 li,
tianso l0i's :llw;'. 'ill:loner 1 re r ial te
in t eir ooi s. I :ni will be o wt up
in. servtnin a' re l hoi ttle nan i,i'hat-w
Fretaetingil. Whits wl'0l il tiLlr> < l> il1 liLu hii.
arhe>I -athe inlil iar h:ta fien lil rgardiS
toh willtint andl drinkini.' WShe tk;I-smoke(i
11)0alt el"iu ? I<:lio tab\ hs
- I' t gi e . efl'l Il, 'ed f e is d rn}tlegg
tin ii very5.. i -pee :''Nable , 1 alt l
aity en1i1 lr1 a.1 ll't5 :1el5 nt. ljl ll!;'d
eo1 'a.l lit iking l oll' t' t.-),i to eli t'l
"U' wil0, ell (Ilew Roe(t-in: efthili
Ieni eVel'tia' wilo rrind I wt ls hno
w'hit. atal w.' 1)0a ettllel himfilnmo
will.khan< to feay oi Maianne, ytou wil
and te mot corfort ble f hones.T h ma
you as an Invalid."
"Why does he not bring his wife with
hi t.. '
"'eausr he has none, Papillon."
"llave you not told mo that he is
sone what frivolous?" asked Marianne
''ver her shoulder, and still going on
.;ith her work.
"Possibly. But not more so than
most young men in his position and
with like surroundings. lie now longs
for a quiet, (crman life.''
"ES he old?" asked Desirec.
"Twelve years younger than 1."
Why did the Russian doctor feel loth
to describe iilmar as he really was?
lie recalled the beautiful dark eyes,
with their glance now melancholy 1row
radiant--the tinely out mouth with its
dazzling teeth, the delicately arched
nose, the tall, elastic tigure, the head
proudly borne with its dark, wavy
"Ussikow is very musical and draws
and paints chiartmingly," he said. ''lis
voice is a syitpathetic baritone. I
think he will not scorn to play upon
our modest piano.''
"0, if he is a musician I shall be de
"ltghtect with hun!" cried Papillon,
gayly. But1 Marianne said:
''1 low can a i: ii becoone absorbed in
such useless things. To hear music for
hours at a time would annoy even you,
cousin. 1 hope he will go walking a
"Let us wait and see how Ililmar
himtself divides the hours. 1ie is too
perfect a geitleni not to make him
self in all ways agree:able to t lie mis
tress of the house. He will not discom
mode us in the least. We will give him
tin' paiterre h:mler at the left of the
terrace. I hope he may sleep well iii
that retired alcove."
'Tlhe next day found Marianne ab
sorb,el in prlparations for the coming
guest, iii al1 of which )esiree was hei
arli it. helper. 'Tlhe lessons were natu
rally som ewlat neglected.
One eveni ngt lie dot or came .homn
later thatn uu:l from his walk. 'l'T
l:i w:as alre:aly lightet in the draw
ing-romn; the lor ii' to the terrace stoct
open. lie p:ied upon the threshold
to hear a mn:in' voice say:
"I will entice him here with. nn old
Rus:,i:ant folks song lie used to love. I
eve' 5) '1oep in st idy it was sur
to brning himt. I will see if it Mtill hi:.
the elilei power."
A tall, slendteir figure seniie-l it s'fr t'.
fore tIie paino, anti a itch, ciltur
ba'itone sang iii i(msi:in the :wn1g ol"
the "Thrc, &jon."
Eitraniiti. is We'e the t)i . 11hev
did noti iii i .la1':iiniie f ii lie
croc' t -work. She :t at the rotmid
table, her full, red-checked i fao un
move at:s usuai:l. Aimii', glanci .; wept
p:st ha-r. W lre ' is pl'iiliou P Sh
sat dh-ne it up upo,tn ti he sofa in tch, Wi t
r c.s. .,hir hie:iul lent :fo w:urd,
:1 ! i._tIe ni i int mnt, tlime ,r :t ltss.
ish - o the thihl w:a Ih i with thi
nih --t iin of hith :t,ie i: tiv wo an.tl .
r:an e Imr, me th enroI h
lIlit -'iWrNehrm e llilm:' ! fet asll a c>
liikeaier ginto the sim'ie of theo
be:u1.itiifu d eltl tones.:t't t i
ber' it :,T,imiiwr.!Weon.:. itec
hao isin rtrhe forewt'' shri at.
cord. al spr iiii igigh up agried: ai
"u Arnim, tear. l ren!
'Ious inarkbsymed dtp-led a''t1tis
late' ltur idn. mi 4 i Pail. ligrasped his
armIi ad. crid exitci ited "'Y' aroti
here iati llt unel! Wy couught.''
had gladt ia thfoe " hren .who
gazid ii1.1. tak wt going isf'id' arm.e '"nd
buri t, into t/ rs .
plaI and' smlito'e (im.se behlliv te
my' ifrihmli's s'iningti h las mad lvn m-rv-.
u'' Im tu :l aid,' emillli We, how
thatisthou.e?" htii o iill frmisthn
we will t tol metal,ok ttun..
ti M aan v buniltmlii uso supi gr.
llowIisI lad i ami to e hre"ai
ir,ting ctI his frids it ar I sup
Germwanhints fairat, light Lto
mwot woll conne liou4 fest-va if song
ntio nogo lnrskd
In spite of Marianne's secret misglV
ings and doleful prophecies to 1)esiree,
the supper was excellent. The table
was charmingly arranged as usual, and
it contained one unusual adornment,
a glass of flowers and sprays from the1
garden, arranged with great taste by
Iesiree. IIilniar took a carnation
from the glass and placed it in his but" I
ton-hole. At table he showed himself
a wonderful racontcur. his descrip
tions of the elegant circles of the Rus
sian capital and of tl musical and ar
tistic life there were entrancing.
Desiree listened iii rapt attention, but
Later, the guest at Marianne's re
quest, sang 501110 lore songs. As 1w
rose to witldraw, Desi ree asked:
''1Lo it (lilicult--this Russian lan
'So di flictit that your uncle nc\ver
could learn it. I myself despair of
ever speaking it sans faute. My mother
always spoke the beloved German in
her family, 11(1 in society people speak
'I only wish to understand your
"T'o-morrow I will translate them
for you, Mile. Desirce."
[To n:. coNTriNuE).j
.t ItOY,AN\'E 1: RI:AL LIFE.
te WIdow of .1ohn iugh',t I 4:onfrontcd
n. ithl th tatrnt of Anot her ,omnnt to Iu
tutn Ihat Itetntlon.
(sp eclal to the News antl Couri.r.)
(iI.NvI,LI:, Sept eIntber 2.2.- -A sttry
that. CtI,tilas soneti n!; of the roinctet'( of
life, as it really is, was developed in a hear
iic before Probate Judlge 8..1. 1 u otalt ti
(ltiy. Last. Christnas day .John lluga s
wVas sht and hiled b, t lii I II. Jacolo.,
nearu thi: city. .:u"oh s was a weitlthy I Iol
itlely" knlown f:rmler, ntearly t0 1 ea's of
age. 1lughes was aill it erate white ni.
wV1u) had been iln the neiglthomhoodl only a,
ihot w \hilt attlu ho Iw s a tenanrt, on .ha
I his farii. Ite hail t utme to Jacohs's
placc from tiltai'!nburg ('onty.
\1 lien lie was killed he hal1 a family ('tn
sisti:: of ia wife and ix chilIren. ,.(Olbe
was tried for the iu:rdler of [ughes, and,
beinIL (onicated oif nrlauglth ter, wa:s 5s 0
tenu(+! to live years' imprisonment. IIe is
now at liberty ot a hond of 1 5.ht). an
after tL conVition of .Jacobs, Mrs, Sallie
IHi hies, wilow of the tinurdered man,
b1;:t.ht suit agalst .laco" for $1( ,(000
daim:'gc for the killing of her husluud,
Iavinig prvi'loulsly taken tut lettel :ibit:
itra:tion. Shortly Ifter this it. wa
Ir(oithit a new\ phase was put !n the iat
t"", t\'h the apearance here of a w:mtll whio
ch:iinaed to bei the lregal wife o)f .John
ii Llie. Sie iaim 'iately emp ]loycdt
torney- and eliter at I petititn t'fore tlt:
l ro b : :e ju d e to s ct dl d e th e, le tte rs i
iiii traion recviousyV 1ininlted to) 'alhe
i I: he .
the Ia:iring tw l iy u tn tih ' e t1('itin.
T lie tiinaint ti the I.:tion of w i(i'v
) t' - in i ret((d ina11n is a wimne. (if gt.tl
ap1liaiI, about 5i year:; (llt. M.
.\u,. fina 1lvina IIui uiis i., h ir n:mte :(:o
shi t' mas frum I ljhersintuu otv'i\, G;:.
Sl a\sth:lt IIua!n', camne ti' -:It SeC1;iin
in l. U9 fr 1in his hitme ini l'ck n cio 't nllt,.
Sh'- w;as IIhen : \\itho\w secVelllt_in \'t':(s lli=
senior, b t she mattrri('l Ii iii. Ah i ii 1
her It imot Iroub :l e ( ' :; t ; 'I -th 1 I
leave:i lithbe:.,- . :'i i tefu' i to ' whh'i;
lvhi, ti e lefti her :10 50 X I : - two h il
:niy I :rne back tole lOl b. Ca. n. ~ li
cousin, in. Pikens, In thy u sixi h
tre . Inall h Ifhuule i i :enillea
waj il led. i e led a l wa ig i.s .y
i; lpowhe in iliner. than ai ytli llahr. r
Tit el st y eas i c 'rro:1.) to(I davb
heeal inese, antliii tei W. J.i Ov.id,
whoac was ablayofze br.an or:y
llIllhes ahs theri:"I' (If 'ath :inA.
li:ilyhe ailijCl.\ .I ('. Ilfii,iiie \were :iittr
uty h,rIIX th l iinert:nld .. T.i Is anditi
alnii- l.e . I Sh iit f<:- ,r theii- III rt l l'
iiutherX s ittin wastIi e atul l the lib
in av. If lthe r ; i Iii f~ te 1t'- in ar ilg
ic-a 't d :ihe pilow hail li-i ai:Ii.lliob
I l-:w i i eth ;l round. l ad ewa
i:s. li T:i.\ , d fan \ elliberi3 ll. I h lie11:tele
toll ti.f :1lanby,h ilItlee, cillelyn
vt1oll'(I illri II tis ll aue. A Sudri tllR
have tj heel ietof( hala :100 JKepre tave
Thb- lire Istate inanll r:;ii,iii tls fr:n houi(l
justc alon l.theouimi.u edgtI of the toe
Sh l,ite 1 unsitoon com a ientdyt.
.i'l1n! lie \ sl ', alutal i fllie Aoiatawhol
ilh igiwa, abae. bi(lStt)tlfu
boid iipid mas thegc (firsie oneal.
Virihati the joltyf faniie wee unaithi
Ltf Aaoe tirni houeOlIets Over i
on nlin tfe wi: br iin1it lsc pedt w ith
niLli, wothe families wf.tieeiiloff Ifmthe
dule, wlere ob(lige tof throwllli te lifth'
tr ael1 temfro burnlimie (to dth. Wll)
11 le err. from i ust riut(i of e itt
uts.I he faiy wN lere awa Mr, the ihn o
the tir :n ,h bleth one a-~ gir t fl
asenl eitig of hltrel houe.y Ast ther chas
Sn cnt hiistIe (oun anty. whereit i pr
st t he rishedtn in igte are al.
Thrtalite lliyJiiilagin, and: aii loit e f.- $0,
or0Il hasi1g alreadyiitln (crued The legn.
lhengnitio areul dtillt, t r. lbtan a
27ya h fae .tryfaPoi.
The28 Vll aer a M tual Lifel Asoition,
of1 Virilnia,111 beganl :iines 111 jetmber
d17 . Guarnte fim, ivestd1i
bonds-and~ morltae (firsgt lien on-a
The VlloyMutul Lie Asoc iai.no
Vltirg)iniil he art andii thelli leaing
Life Assoiation i th South.Over
DLOOD AND ANARCHLST$.
L TLunderbolt $ort of a Circular to Working.
(8pectal )ispatch to the New York Star.)
Co.uMnus, Ohio, September 19.-The
'ollowing circuiar, which is dated New
1ork and published both in German and
I;nglish, was distributed very quietly to
lay by the Anarchists, calling on the work
ngmen to prevent the hanging of the eon
lemned Anarchists at Chicago:
To the Workingmen of tei United States
anld North Ancrica:
You have heard the Supreme Court de
isiorn in the Chicago Anarchist trial. It
strikes like a thunderbolt in the heart of
very freeman. '[he judges who have
lirned the sentence stand on a level with
he notoious 1police bandit Captain ion
ield, with the barbarous persecutor Eber
;c:ld, with the mono mental perjurer
chanelk, with the Corrupt jury, with the
iger of the bar Ginnel and with the
;coundrel of all scoundrels, Gary, the man
ig-r of the greatest 'judiciary" crime of
Our comrades, Spies, Parsons, Schwab,
hielder, Lingg, Fischer and Engle are to
xpire on the gallows, while INieebe must,
Lie dooImed to (eat Ii in a dungeon, and yet
no man hts the hardihood to claim that
iny of these eight martyrs threw the
famn ous bonbs on May 4, 1886. From a
legal point of view not a shadow of cvi
let,ce was furnished that any one of our
:iebt per:etcutel coimniles was directly or
inirectly participants in the affair.
Ame ican workers! will you suffer this
jutrago to lie flung in your faec? Will you
emain sil,nt acnd allow that so called Jus
ice to be duil ned in so bloody a manner-a
iaS:trdly ded alleged to be sanctioned by
the will of the people?
It must never be! Arise in your imposing
might anl let your righteous wrath fall in
,n unmistakable protest upon the head oft
Ihose interpreters of the law, who have
basecly hrtniyed their trust.
W rkenii! will you remain quiet, while
the. striviig of you people, identical with
lie I olest yc-m ning of mankind, are sacri
Ilbr d:ad atam pled under foot in the persons
u f t ) 'yu " nades? You know what is
veur du T these colemned men are
,irim bic< ause they loved mankind better
lii t hermselves, heruse they wrote and
lreauced to you and for you the gospel of
I ndignation ieetiigs utist be called and
bell <ioickly as po sible. A bove all, it is
i c my IIt u t the interpreters of the Con
rtitiuthim at Washington be spurred to pass
it pen this judicial murder proposed at
The jud'ient of blood is not yet exc
-uted. Lrt cvery man do his duty and it
n il lver be.
Lon live the solidarity!
,wn awith bariarism
Federation of trades-unions.
N iw \Yi)i. September 1.
tt'.s:' % 's X ON A tFIFI IFF EFORM.
I1. %%uild i(temovi' the Iiurden Fronm all limo
Nees-uarl'q of Life.
('. gren:nn (ox was in Washington
'i'L l.y inspeting his new residence on Iu
a .ri ii. Mir. Cox has greatly im
p ovid this sumnmer. In conversation he
id "ireally do not know what is going
'n pol tii:dly. I have been diligently en
t ugeil ii literary work during the summer.''
ea r. ni'se to a (piiestiin as to what will
b ione Wi It he :rif at the coming session
f Coirit<ii Nr. Cox i;d he htid )ot beeg
consuled on the subject, nor had ho con.
ferred wit Ii other I)enmocrats. lie knew
I l I'reiit was anxious about the matter
I iom a conver.i-.tionm lie had with him someW
limi i' '.i lIe addedi thiat it is plainly
n" cit*ry for thle Democrats to do some
"iandal iis potcnt iality," h'le saId, ''anid
SI preuieu in'oi,<y ceep)t liuimel f knows
hi' be w.ill doi." Mr. Ci:< said lhe would
1'w'ilinglto compromse with th e protec
k:a dement oif thte party for the sake of
be I ig io remove time talx onl tobacco,
herail-i thati would beiietit the producers,
1i-m he e i noiliit ii>menaniuce the rleeal of
th on m ~ihi v. Thleire were too manmy
ii - cr die ta1xed t'o thiiik of taking tihe tax
knoing ju' wh9 vat the protectionist ele
meni~ t would1 do(, lie presulmedl from what he
Ithar and~i riad that1 it wiotuld insist
upo i9 repeal of the entire internal tax,
'' ('lly lirly liciy, but pubtlic
p N. 'the libhe giood(," tMr. CJox re
Ii b I ul li ak iy Conimgeu in the way of
tax wii ln" oudhehaehivay,
nmia, the' biurmden womuld be remioved from
iiw nee aries of lIfe.
"i hiid you k now about the story that
Miir. i:.rli s fr'ieinds are considering tihe
ii:i iy of' hi eaning on the Iloor
'Tir is noi t ruth ini it. I saw. time
Isiwer yearday. ainid 1 know~ lie will lie
a candli Ite igaini and bei elected."
The. tiitcat 'W'omann in thte WVorld to l'ay I'a
A New Y<,rk corr espondient writes in the
Sauviiiih X' r, as follows:
'-li is Mteuied, I smipplose, thait the D)ona
lii ra Cons iini is coining to New York as
'oil as thle sieason is fairly opened tis
vinater. If she does, thle city will have a
im alin miil on)ie of the sort, that, it, ip
pir(iiat is. 'The i iaIin mnoney (quien never
io s :mihm dg biy ihves. She proposes to
ake a bn. e. fuiish it as few houses in
.W Vi o I.mive '.ier b ueii furniishmed, aid
in I mite air that sIne mieans to show New
V'o-ir- how un(iiliimiit(al iashi cani entertain.
(ihe 1m tiachl a lessoni or. two ini the thei iart1
f slI- t ries. She is a liieie p)rofessor,
iiilii nmiy fetches New York every timi-.
Ilhe Su-iora Ciuisi it is -somieting more
Imen te ri -lu.st womn in thle wvorkl. She
atuoe iof thle biggest fortunes hldu by
ier stx possiblly the largest on the west
-i n- cont inment. She is, u nless the last sea
i,n or Iwo hiis faded her greatly, sonic
hiing of a bi-amity. She is a gzrce. '.'r. ' -
ii ci-reentrine, and not a littlIe of ai gen ius.
-'Theii4( 1)m Isaidire is not much short of
rty, bimt she looks youniger. She is rather
itioe iinediumii hieighit andi1 dresses to hook
alt. I ier ligiire is grac-efuil, buit her bIg
lank eyes are- lhr taking feature. 11er skiin
s ai Spaniish brown~ with ai (lash of red
iri'b- it, andi hoas iquantities oif daurk hair.
0h- ine (of ti'he bsi. dreissed w 'imn in
hle urlid ini iin iinpem iil sort of wi', and( b
v.ithi a duiriing iis if coloir. I doubilt if~ there t
5 a pri vate jewel -i-clcion anywhere to1 e
nual her-s. I here are two sheinder griace- t
iti. dghitens soimewhiere ini their teens,
vhoi will coiiii out in New York, and high ir
iwo' arei ahm ad. Mothler and girls speakt
lie liiue! Iluigl ih, as all Chilians do. The e
'ii'nirn is a troic al creature, ail, if all s
iais of lien ire true, subject to cycloiies.'' ai
An illioeunti iireath
''n itili't'l if lie have~ aniy piidei, but o
ho-e 'wv h whomii he (-iomes ini contaict. It
a lie:te intter tii spea-k of, but it has
:iled no onlyii'. friendus biut lo)vers. ihimil
>ir's bi:i crmrh are ineeper-ale. I )r. .1
( ataiih Remeidy (-lies the worst0
t. li. dIetpt in .e.I ington,ii S. C'., yesterday,
obrei (4i > r. \l . lendrolix and Mr. Wadoe "
ua'I.: t, (ilit''r of theii Iewlidmle Acirq. 3
'he I ii roubl grewv ouit of '-rltl(eisms in te "
r-.- upon ' a1 iur'gi-ti 4opera~in pierforimiil
y l'r. Iliiienix. Th''e I )i -or appihroachedu n
Ir. I.i-riphruti, askinig f'r ani exphlmiationu,
st i)nrm. lie wits not serilniv bor t -
MR. CLEVELAND IN THE SOU'r.
rhe Hon. William I'. Oate. Chat. vwth a lew
York Reporter on Pertinent Topic..
(From the Now York Star.)
Prominent among the many notables seen
kere and there in the corrl(lors of the Fifth
Avenuc Hotel to-day, ditcussing finance,
itocks and polities, was lion. Williaun C.
Dats, representative of the Third Congres
iional district of Alabama.
After expressing his admiration for the
Star, he spoke at length as to the feeling in
he South relative to President Cleveland's
3ourso and the conduct of the adniinistra
ion, and said:
"A general and well defined feeling p:e
rails throughout the South that President
;leveland is a thoroughly honest and con
cientious man and one whose greatest aiut
s to preserve the interests of the country.
"What do you think the 1)eunocratic
1ational Convention will do in I88t;i'
iueried the reporter.
"Well, in answer to that I will say thit
know what the dclegates should do; I hey
hould renominate Cleveland for President
"1)o the Southern people indorse Cleve
andi's policy throughout?"
''As near as I can learm they are all of
mhe accord as to the Clu eland's course as
he Chief Executive of the nation. A little
eeling of opposition was engendered during
he first year of Cleveland's administration,
>wing to his strict conformity to the Civil
Service law, but the thinking leolc of
he South applaud him for living up to ti
'ords embodied in the iemocrati- plit
'orn of 1881, and upon which Cleveleod
too( as the stan(lard bearer of the 1)en:o
ratic party, prontising the pcople to le
rue to the principles expressed, as laidl
own and adopted by the convention which
''Then you are a firm believer in civil
iervice reform, are you C'ongressatun
"No, sir. (en. Forney and ui-self vot((l
igainst Senator PCndleton's bill wh-n the
neasure was first intlroduced in the Ilouse.
[ believe, sir, that many competent, cill
ient, and( painstaking clerks should be re
ained, owing to their kitowledge of mal
experience in governmental aIfairs, but
hiefs of (lepartIuents an(1 chief clerks,
wvhose appointment.s were based wholly ui
lartisuim zcal, should, in the interrst of tiue
reform, be called ti pioi to resign."
"What do the Southern people think o f
lth excitement occasioned by President
Ulevelund's order to return the capture
'Well, sir, the Southern people are t 'o
busy and too intelligent to talk ala ut the
matter. So far as the return of the Ilgs is
concerned, the people of the South care not
one jot. They look upon the ilags a at lit
of old rubbish that should be bitrnedl or
buried with the remnants of the ito ody
shirt. When Charles Sumner advocated
obliterating the names of the batt Ii eilds
from the flags out of respect to the feeling
of the people at the South, it was lot ke-'
upon by the ltepublican lttuy as a gra-it ous
and kindly act. Clevelan(, feeling that
twenty years of peace anud proslprity 11111
cemented the tis onrc sundered by grin
war, thought it woul(i he a m1o1st ionuiliator:y
act to issue such an crler. Adjutant Gen
eral Drum thought the same thing, but a
few political deutagagucs knowing this : a1.
ministrattion to tie invulnerale its regan's
honest motives, have to ferret out sorni
sensational issue that will furnish a breeze to
tlap the tail of the ensanguined garment.
4 Mystery Ctegr-d C'p.
CiINNNA'rt, Septembter '21.--eo(7
alias henry Willia1s, a 1 yung col n'red mn,
was arrested by dletectiveil thi- mioring lit
"Hogshieadl Johno's"' lodging house, itponl
infor-mation rcei val that he was a fuit ivet
from justice. Williamns made a confesi<on
to the police autttotit ies which clears iup
the mystery of' (tho Ne ihon muitriders
wvhich occutrred tnear Memphis h:st l"i bru
try. A famtily by the name ofINe tighh,
sonisistinig of six persons, werte miturderi
by robbers who had awakened theta from;i
thelr sleep. Ni) clue was ever found of thle
Ac(cordhing lto Williamts' con f.ssion hie
was aipproacihedt oni the levee ait Mtrnis
by two colored Imen w1itht whotm tic hail a
'Ilit ac1jitiintanice, atnd was asked to uS.-is
etae in a robbery. 1 Ie replied 1!.at hie
CarroIll, of Nashtville. CJuroll hado alt'
lirk knjife tand 11l11d a pisto'l. Wh\en th v
Iliame in sight of the Neighhion !i ,t ':i
liamis says lie bleenme ftrighlitn'd a'i ri
futscd to1 pr(ceed fiithler. Then ith 11anve
huSim some whisky and tohll himi to tell the
i iiny one camonc.
A4boutt ti fteen minutes afterward WXili amos
lieard sereanis and( shots f romtheii inside.
P resent ly lhe wvas joine t b-l y iillo and
ct(ly to at questiItn, said tlu-y haud 'got a
MII (of mney andil jewelrty."
TJhiey too1k a freight train lto Corl:inail
it- Canroll's reliuest Widiumsii ne(xt dlay
>ought a Memtph i- ApplCI (otiintg an1
ceountt (If the tiurider. Th'le it bree trav-ela
(Iget her asi far a is he~xigtonIl, Ky., whlere~
Ie was arrested. A ftler hiis re-lease he' c-amet
o Citteittnati severaldthays a go.
A4 P'erutar tireak for t,tbe'rt y.
W,illiamn Mooney, wh ite, (tie oIf it LIng
>f cloviets entgaged at workl upon11 till .'tite(
l tuise butilingt, inadle a brea-ik for litbert v
it hialf1-pallI 2 ('clock yesterdaliy aiftirnoon'0.
Vianaging to get ttut (If sight (If tih- guard,
Ie datlse til Setnate st reet.- As soon1 2 lie
,vas (discovetedl the guiatrd firdt,l bu lltwti ith
iut lit ai slowt paice, tiutteingIi as' ihl wetI
dh(ong thaut hte (ld int cee whlther( ll- w
UiIlld 11r not1. Ilie wasl leisu re-ly folh>wed
>y Air. A. I". F"ialerbutrk, wtho' ihppe-t i
o lbe tneari by. When Alon ltey lIt rtived( tilI
lie cornter of L atdy andll~i SuterI -tiets he
vais asi htattiless as5 ai(10 chilig ou~ (If
telp that lie was 10ick. Alr. Funderbor 1111
hent graspedl him and deliver-ed hito lihe i
Mooney is wvell ktnown ittn tis (city, ai
;g bleeintaisedl liere. He( wais senlt tol the
enitenttiary aboutt thrtee liinonhs ago to
erve a six imottths' sentenice for vagr'ny
Death of the Oltdeti Et-ernator.
f., at the( age if 1111, wasl the 18blest ex
etnatolr of the Uniitedl Staitie, ailthoute h i
in(I ofl1110 wasli short. Il ViM was p i'
ito suceed(( 1101n. Levi Woodlburtv wheit'
te latter was elevatedI tot the tttpre1ine
b-n-h of thte i ted(1 StauteI', and( was a
temb er of te Senate from Jun 1 te i 8, I s}a
> March :3, 1817; when JoIhni P. h1:ale wiv
lec(ted to thle vtacancy.- lie was ialsot a
Iblijer Iin the War (of 1812, paritilcipi:i.
CwII. Hie was a brother of ( iongres'snanil
otiathian Cilly, who was killed'i at di 1
t 13 by G ravetS, o f Ketuc(k y. TheII de
rst anti.ihivery Seniatoir in (Iomletre -
Mr. (lilly wals the Ihht-It tof t i. ex &' u1
'The coillectiorn flit itlernarl revenuiis dir
tg du ily aold Aulguist a12!(ggegted CI2t, t,
piis 1,71,822; tobaIIccoI, $;, , 91;8.
,ial rctoirod, w etwiledn. . o n
E+mugg1ing In Bustl.
NEW YonK, Septeiber l9.-Deputy
Collector McClellaud passed his haud over
his brow at the custom house to.day and
"Bustlesy are driving me (r,1zy. I beli
Inore goodsh are .;tugglcd i+l fitstles
in any other way."
The Misses Evans. two in numbe
arrived on the Ihinelanu(er from Ant
had their busles full of silk4 and v
Fraulein Charlotte Veininann, 'who e
a passenger on the 'Trave from Bremen,
h( the following things in her bustle:
'Two mteerschaum pipes, fourteen vards of
silk, thirteen yards of velvet a l' thirtea
yards of satin. In her baggag were three
silk shawls, sixteen yards f silk, tifty
yards of linen and a nuiher of smal)l arti
A man named latt tried t,, sn"1:';l.' in
four dozen knive. 1Ic br'el th ILea to a
friend on the dock, but, they were seized.
(apron & Woolvertnto's Ilour inils, o a
p iert ill in-nit of the (ity of AIlbany, N. V.
wetc h1110u:d Ilhuursi:y lnorning, w itlh l,O( :i
hushels of graiti. Loss i$l5.,ttU: insu.
n 11tc100I0). Eight tirmeu, wtho were
emn1I1ht, in Ihe uPper story, wecre rescued
with f1il llty. Ie huldl: s proving ton
shnrt, libly W< rx. lif:1-d an the r-houliers of'
po)llccnn.t,( n the mlen dropped to them
frnnm th1 wi ittl,ws.
A hot htdll is nout. part i(uiurly dreade(d if
the tin ' 'hungry nd,l it i; a .ih 1lld .
l ne AVd, i1l( Other I)ied.
A vomn fu'rmerly 0mr sl:ve is tow
our ec 'oh. Alb tlt tigh tcen lu b1 15 :t=;n
She h?t:ne s.'rit+kly and had a cout}-,1 and
w." 'rilined to bed, and it tvas thought
that 'he latd consumhption. Thea treat
nt: ). by bypicialmi failed to givy relief.
In1 Decenter, 18S4, a node or hoot tho
size of a goose egg formed juet above
tho pit Of the stomach, which, when
lanced, dechargd matter for eiglht or
noin months. (nc of these also fo rmed
under her arm, aud three on her back,
which diselirtged matter for n cousider
able time. Jor six months of this time
she counle. to the house, aid most of
the timo in bed. The stuil;ub oten re
fused food, by rejecting w hat the had
esten. Sie used a great dcal of mcdi
eine, bu1 fail:i to ho cured. I bought
ono bott!e of your B. B. Bi. (no'e in
.'tlanta, Ca.) mand gavo it to her and sie
coleunced to improve. I then bought
and gave her t li ce bottles more, and she
continneld to iw:,rove, and in two
motsh' timo her cough had ceased, her
coltit ution atrenlgt('ned, aupetito and
dige tionl good all disch .rgoa tx'rased,
nodo or kuots aisappr'ared and she went
to work apputently healthy amid fattened
This Wnur had a married sister of
fntir the s:nt;ao l wh() V ats aflectal ill
Pre isiy the s(n V w"ay a:ud. ab out the
S, Iunctt tha. 'The had noies or kot) n
jit. (f lit htoumclh, bach, etc. Eho did
:.t t ie en ,. 13. 1. and the nvde ott
her stomoeb ate tlroulh to the Uavtitj.
Sae contied en the decline and wasted
away, and tinally died.
T l aet1 wm t t'rrible caOs of blod
poi.l t -- ele u:.d .1- '". . ad wa
spc(hly -:iruc --tl:o the' did not use it
and I'-5-. it i most assuredly a most
wend'' tI' l,h'o.d .urili r. 1 refer to
1ue'rCllt of itis t'+wn. YoIrs truly,
V. '1'. lomsoN.
'Jr hals er Ala , Mi 1, -.t;,
A S1YE f 'IF ELiASED.
For a Po it. 3 sixteen'1 scars I ha)ve
b (en tailh d with ca1ta1rrh 'of the hiead
whu.ib ib'llied th1. unS of all 11uedicinles
ustied.* ('ting thet auvertisemenit of U.
I. b., I p irchtased andit usedl six or son' u
bot,tie,'i ' orl alhoulgh usied iirregularly~
hav n euived gro rLlif, amli recoul
1m1ifi I t aS a1 go0al bl''od palier'.
'1we ,J. Ki. H OtomIas, J 1.,
Shliffi of JIaralson couty, GIa.
I Irot al. u C. wents . eleer I'm .wr e af3
3 "'o, 0 o i t f13mt lints, S. ' i a ti, <te., can
XNM DIS] 1EASE
PECUUiA-Tu ' HER-SEX.
AN'D PowERLFUL 'TONIQ.
CHANCWE -UF -Lnfl
-- GR E AT SUIFFERING AND -
DANGE R WILLI. 9 A /IDED.
oN TH Fog OC e. ,Vt refTO( E, thuie
und termte wtlf g pre, at14wt~ t'
ru'l Cha.tn, flor Athaomof daO.on ttoi
T or htilig loete ouI the)not St
roif!er ~t fl e t-ai, ffft an1) lb3iac
1l etov' ietilyI It tr Ithe f businf. po11
'.1 th th r u h a e . J.3w tb n o
from Ch rh sola le dll etd
Tihe hot has been thoouhl r
Forfuthe iforati flddrti,
Mu.13.1 . I I iflfl,fr
Cah. ton TE.RY
thef lbltIw. niCtf- fnnjI
itigruw ft. la.n filtt, If'
' st iaal Institute ._
f 'in,dM and skill.
llatui tKg "on,.
i1H ir"tt"nry in t
llo ilti, ('urbtil is
ulous Sorrei an r,
Joitit 1N1h(,ax?e ,
( 'lat<1.-.V&t ten\ cel 4
(.oltr ' Ot"'1
ht . 4ii. r:t n wtit h o i 1. s
1 :isjta , or tIt tin(tuti tt for a treatleo
01i t-1 ' ilous. tf ii ts.
"iii T 1 E 5iE(oti IS TIlE Il'E.99
T1hrouihly ("nwi it hv toinir lr. ISereOs
Golniit iECdIi t lI toyery,nodlgood
di.igetiou, n VuIrKkIin, buoyant plr.
itt., 1011 vRtal trongtit, will h. citubliehud.
whleh is SCI'ofui ia of tho Lung s 8r
rtti and t urnil biy this rcturdy, if taken he..
ftrn thI ' host ti i of Iii: lti(t" to' o reached.
'on1( itntIlupower owr tis terribly
fat:il dli-: ;mr, whi en' it lltt ,tf ring thi18 now
(,Oiitt(d r'(n1t t1 I(tIho pubil , D'i r. Pn1'biBt
ht h 1 ^suri } i : tlihn.r it hi s Conr.
t:1i"1un1tttin ('ueeil hunt ihiiadonedl that
liiI n'e ai too Iit+ii d for it nl.Ikine which,
frnlm itg Wotttlt'rful t'unh,inlt;r,n of tonni, of
1;rtitlth ''i"t.", :ti 'r:ati i (1 ' I!b t".1..- tinRing,
11n(1-I 1i)! , : ' :i i.,1 Ih,ri,tl\t( pruo ' .
li :, li i tu.... ial ' , ii I i ,' < I . .1 Il I V for
( ll itti t li-", .'t. iut l a Ll ( :t rOiLC hii.
If ::Ct r:ti " ":11, h t , (ll litateid , have
1':tllOwy e... i t ".:n, cir y i:Howt i h-browtn 8potA
('n 1110 0 tr bI: :, Ii re ;i"nt hiu(Itl t'h or diz:i
11 ,. h:ul I. "' in nuithIi, iltt'rtii t iie at or
- walt na'ii l in:-- wtitih I,,t 1ls H , low Bpirlte
11n1 ... :. y ftr !"'.hl( : ,i gulrlr ap)petite,
tni .. a l 1 i,ti n ii lii Hut 'ring fromt
n.td!j''-i.on., LD4p4 (prin, zial Torpid
Li 1', r '"?..;'. I t l ( !nt ." In rnat!.y
(i19'9 on)l' p4rt it Ih' n Oy ll)lom s art' e(It .
rinc -1. ' \ . : t r nll tuch ('11cR,
Dr. G'iClr"i' t.oldtent MeictUL Dis.
I eak .'4 onl ah !,li1 Spittint of
1.'il0((d, 'i) ,tII 40 of freatlts, lIi'on.
4'! i t PN> .'ih m44:4,'-. 4' v,-e (osgla', nnud
S!.I I1' iI li'ii):, 1.l 44 t,4 '4li' )I o ig 14 i1 (1
t!tm 1ti.- ( nI'. It iH nI t i iiel$ent reni -i .1
4'.l i 1YV 1l:1'ti;"' , t $1.00, or SiiX
rl t'o I f;N in I't:t' fur Dr. P1ierecs
b , i - i i On t t' 11.ptio . .\ lhh'('H ,
%'eM,.N Y-iSI)t'rll:aryl JTIq1IdICitl Asao.
c iatloti , (i \u11 '1ri"i t, 't'i"'1.t..O, N. Y,
- i ity the po iotor
. i . t.litD r. ::urt'N C tI,rr' ltemedy
It'; a (.: of (Ia trrh which
?.:, ('4nnttt (Ur(. If you
-it i t1iL"hatt t riom tho
n "o', o,f'if0 i of (+thel wi!, 3>1111aI 1(o18 of
nill, ttl , or hi aringl, wieaik (ytt, dull )ay
(.1 ,r 'l Iii 1414n, 'y (i44 l ve ('atarrh. 't ou..
111t1A of ('lIHt' 1'ltriiteit ' inl co InlI p',.tion4.
t)r. t:itr (' 1 .t \ t ltll It1:l01)V:D e'1, i.e worge
cas! ii (aturrhl, ''(o11 tiI the Heoad,'
and Caturrial IHeuc!.itet , 50 ceuta. ,
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ton1, S. .. i- I ri t f. r' pr1ices anid tfrais to
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