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THE RUSSIAN DOCTOR.
Entertaining and Romantic Story
from Real Life.
[DAPIED FROM THE GERMAN OF NIMn
BY MRs. FIANCE. A. sIAW.
EKIR ' introduced
no1w an1d thwn Some
plesa t lI jtle in
nov1:aII'In into the
ness o the ine
With Iran. always
her faithful ally, she foraed tle gar
dens of the town for plamt in fill leaf
and blossom, and with them adorned
the doctor's study. '-The place where
one works ought to be hr-ight and
cheerful," she said. "Now that winter
is near, we must have a . mory of the
summer and a prophecy of the
Arnim awaited with impatience the
hour for lessons when she would come
bounding into his tudy. What stolen
glances he would cast at her over his
manuscript! How full of grace and
charm was her every movement, how
in every word and action she' reminded
him of Hortense: Sone times it seemed
to him as if hc were aain I vouth who
must look w r is iool-books and
rush out into lorcst.
When Desiree had vanished, he
would laugh at his infatuation, and
gazing into the mirror say. derisively:
"Foolish graybeard, throw these
fowers out of the window and close
your door! Marianne is right. this
young girl disqaets you.
And yet he would rather throw wide
open the door to admit among his old
folios this gleam of youthful brightness,
this refreshing breath f spring.
Marianne frowned upon this in-door
flower planting which soiled the win
dow-ledges and made extra work. But
as Desiree took all the work upon her
self, and Ivan stood by to wipe away
every water-stain, she only shrugged
her shoulders. As for Ivan, every thing
Desiree did enchanted him; he fol
lowed her about like a faithful hound.
0The relations between the two women
were tolerable, though without warmth
en either side. Thanks to the cloistei
sisters, Desiree was very skillful witI
her needle. She was also industriou!
and showed great taste in all matter
of dress. Marianne utilized this tast<
and skill in many ways. She was
learning to speak French so elegantli
that she concluded not to send Desire<
away before spring.
Arnim proved a model teacher. H
found delight in this daily conceri
with intellectual things, with truth
zcience and beauty. His pupil's ardoi
and ready comprehension animate(
him, and she in turn looked up to hin
with gratitude and admiration. Shi
hungered and thirsted for knowledgc
and the lesson hour became to both th<
happest of the day.
1 Wen spring comes we will pursu
'orstudies in the open air." said th,
doctor. "I shall not let you go unti
-you are thoroughly gr-ounded in all yoi
need to learn."
Desiree was silent, but her beamin)
eyes expressed her delight in the pros
pect of a longer stay.
"May I not call you uncle?" sht
asked one day with many blushes. "Mi
mother was dear to you and von are th
best friend I have in the world."
' I shall always remain your tru
friend my child," said the doctor, press
ing her hand. Hortense's daughte
must not address me as a stranger
Certainly you may call me '-uncle' "
."But I need not call Marianni
aunt?" she said, anxiously, "I fear
"0, Marianne would be the last on
to wish it," he answered, laughing.
SMarianne was surprised at the net
mode of addressg yet she thoughti
quite proper. "Desiree is a child,'
she said, "and must be treated a
such. I am willing to have her rcmaii
here through the winter. She cheer
you up. cousin, and is a sort of play
thing for you. You men need to b
He had become remarkably cheerful
this grave Russian doctor-he was i
fact almost jovial. He passed mune)
iess time in his study, lie took Ion)
walks with Dcsiree while Marianne in
dulged in her favorite social dissipatioi
-an afternoon coffee. In spite of tit
wintry weather, they walked mostly ii
the forest. Marianne, when invited b;
her cousin to accompany hint any
where, drove hint to desperation b;
hier slow and elaborate preparations
but Desiree, quickly equipped as a so)
dier on the march, would be ready in
Evnnings the doctor often read aloud
finding in Desiree the most intereste<
of listeners. While Marianne was al
ways interrupting with irrelevant ques
tions and remarks. Desiree would no'
and then let her work fall and gaze silen
aud intent into his face. To Arnim th
glance of those eyes was more eloquen
than words. Still, when he closed th
book, it was a delight to listen to th
young girl's lively remarks and coi
ments, to answer her quiestions. Thm
more charming the conversation, th
more sure it was to be speedily ende<
by Marian ne's peevish, au'thori tativ
announcement that it was time for bed~
While a serious reading of the elam
&tes formed a part of thte course o
study, thtere was also time for mue.
fugitive poetry and rom:mw... It seeme
to the doctor as if, in taking into hi
-b.ands the guidance and decveopment c
tis youthful mind. he hal found hi
The winter pai-d~ like dream
Gradually D1 esiree mi!ted doe itt!
household ika wviXh cern
Marianne, in her man caresj5 eltie
forgot or performed irm gula~rly. Sht
prepared his morn' iing ania evemn;
coffee, arranged hisd study table. hi.:
up the gloves which ivan amislaid,thiniL
nig themi entirely useless. Mariann
had never taken into account he
cousin's little peculiarities and bachelo
ways. Desiree found them out an'
ula-anne aen for him was lk
~~xtiti olz -she (rid, in accordance
with a fixevl system, changeless as the
laws of the Medes and Persians. She
wanted him to re'ard her as a model
h ouekeeper-to 'et her very high and
at laSt 1i her indispensabC. Her re
ivard would comec upon that day when
he : - hr t* 1 be his housekeeper for
life. 1 hour inut strike sooner or
t. Es heAt would demand it
-: school-bov love of which
I. :l . when Desiree came t"
live w t ,---tLhi- paternalliking for
th chl- of1 Hortenise-were trifles
tei~m er no unxeasiniess.
For : .- time sinace leaving th
pater n.4. Aruini had kept the
Chbri- X:east. Deisirre., who had fr
loni '. l abeen full of secrets. pre
parvel Ch.-e 1:. Gu 1nias 1:e4, lah-n w
in expnive- gif 1-:,mSt of them thet.
w(ork of hter .-killful linger.
Wikenl the doctor. with a warm pres
sure of the hatod. and in a voice
choked with emoti n, tried to expr'ss
that g-ratitude for whikh words were
too poor,1' she said:
The thanks are all on my side.
You have given me a home. Never,
snce my mother's death, have I been
so happy. so free from care, as now.
Where shall I be next Chriztmas? I
often ask mi'yself. I can no.t be so (is
tant from you that my thoughts will
not center in this dear refuge.
God willing, vou will be here,
Desiree," replied the doctor. " Your
studies are only just begun."
Spring e:~~ earliir and more ravli
ant thai vevr, so thio uhit etu-her
pupil. lel garden threw oif its will
ter robe, and appeared fresh and fair
is a youthful beauty in her first balI
dress. The nightingales sang:uid the
.wers. the svringas and lilacs poured
f -th intoxicating perfumes, the nar
cissus, with its great child-like eyes,
zanzed out into the blossoming woMd.
T'he forets, ele-thed in telnder green,
weire vocal with b it'd songs: and the
drov. n hnm of butterilies and beetles,
s~emi aly drunkn with the very de
light of existence. When nature thus
moved to her fair domain. who could
remain within four narrow walls?
The goal of Arniin's and De-iree's
wanderings was mostly that little rus
tic teIple on the hill-top which, with
Ivan's help. had been very pre-ttily
fitted niu. Here Arnim often took his
afternoon eotf'ee or his glass of light
wine-here the two had their little sup
pers, Desiree acting as hostess. Here
with her work in hand she sat in a vin
dow recess while the doctor read to
her. The tangled tresses of the maid
en-hair. blent with the rich sprays of
the cypress. touched the luxirniant hair
of the young girl's head as it bent over
her work. or at snie fine pa-:.age -was
lifted that the beaming eves migilt ex
press the delight for which words were
Arnim feared that Marianne migiht
discover these little feasts. and abrupt
Iv end them. Absorbed in her own
pursuits, she was not included in their
dirison of the day. H-- often gazed
(o'vwn the path, for the shrot, rotund
....re in the large garden-hat. an tinh
Idress "tref ully caught up thlat it might
esen~t p - thetgounld. But to his relief,
no V :rian'ne ever camne.
- an know what my mother al'
wa. 'c61 me?'' asked Desiree one
d. is 'ry walked slowly homeward.
--E w 'iiould I know?"
-- -lo$'-that is French for bt
iiv. It would seenm so like old times
if yli '.; uld call ine by that na~me."
I " will, my child, since the name so
well ~':its your brightness amnd mobil
ity. lIut this constant semblance of
flight alarnis me. Have you growr
tired of thlis place? Is it too lonely for
-von? Does Marianne annoy vou b
Iher cecions? Tell mefrankly."
'H"- pauisedt and ga ed down upon thi
airy figrure inl the pink dress. She had
thrown off' her light summer hat-th<
breeze waved back the curls from hem
Uncle. how can you ask such ques
tions?" she cried. excitedly. "You
must know that I would like to live
with you always. Perhaps," she
added, a mlischiievous smile displayin;
.the dimpie in her left eheek-perhaps
I Mainne will marry some day, and]
become your housekeeper."
- Marianne mxarry' Strange that th<
thtouight had not before occurred t<
"WhyV not?" he asked himself, aa
thev wadked onl. Greater miracles hasu
happened. Yes, in that event Papillom
should keep his house. and unider' he:
T HE ATENOO CFE.
rul thng wol 'asm a rerme
tolt fotun it would bs~ue difreerultirn
her a sit able par!i.
"Why ar'ue vou so silent and thought
fut, dear uncle?" asked a musica
He started. "I was thinking o:
the blindnetss ,,f mien in regard to the
really godl qunihties of umelni. Mrni
anne. withi hlei'r' aptnes for' Laind
aieirs:l her' eonomyii, would be:
''Ye. .'ish is at model housekeeper,'
answe.trd D~es:iree. "BIfore she jeave,
us I mtet study, diiligently into th<
mytde f her ai't."
G. s :d e. ra, c'omander of i
TL!1 .. Va 'ors. 0f France. dieciare
ow k.novs her strength, un(
re'' an aw *ais rev'ene. A
sas h re-:' mob il'iUCtio expe'rimfen
showed LI' theam wa:s now in apositiol
Ito 'five i'r enee tie rcevenge for which shi
exite. 'riu tiomment
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suc a~I 'e~ s x~1Ipive
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11AV0-S . ..ls& i k fr Ch' li
'cmii uThe Own' A" V) r - low OT
t.)re -; !ha e ejl : Ciii 1, o per N c tot1
cxll-.; at whi ii !.h p o oe rh wi~i
SlaS1 iUiiSL' tn : wit'. 8 i~~ I
the rdn Ro
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ti'' h o tboC0!zg;pihestr ;;I !m ..d
,:i!!' n i s now ...Jin ah d c"'ir ril'''
1:!.,o"n c ltt ' nry ia 1i' i~tg 1.i' ri *o
%% hit i .' w' t d 'i-end o i own. - A
NortL ~ ~ 0( '"0li': an1 G:r -a for 1 (o
he" - 1 AM rcae.'i ;.in 1, '(Cl i ~ ~ sO
0;jinZo i ur'c.' p.. -. .1 ii
lo.lI(OC ilth e Cha'iectcd 1~z) ['ett-ir it ilhz
oWlrter 11ifer 13as o oni'en of iocl Thr
the foliu tckt a
Ane-crt hingo Stat ires D Giii Con1
trollcr. ;CW*.'-, trod( C ,s f *.k i f -' i n
Sbuin , sclea sr. Thie%: ~ i(
-on, lutor Sta e - Litti' "Ia uci
0.le im us. d Coxill the l~ivg%%Tpr
that nher ofthe S'c Cotseir C'c.
T~~~itt reshuo a rconcern-,
or(-! r in Iat.2iaory in s e lit. nm It*R -
ofite Lmeniocraiic W~~y wnod cIS~in sii
Hvid niuiran (I P(hie ~ieveu.-lat.
CalondI oi sqarey, , fopttti ) *in
dpoeetsw t~ifl weig~i x~l r'k reforia 1 is
:I.ictlia idea 4'i al*k.jtS1*;, limrt',
entntiiir'V (if~ s the civi erii, Sh l a 1,r
tC~i': speak f thsie negoe i th iti nw
plrSc Q~ rei~ven; u~' ~r'cej~
il-n oe hae ixteu r t i, nS vn ati
with - I;- I f!iiitd..
W\lwn you get up inl the morning take
a bii. drink of water. Y.our system
waut2 water first. An engine isn't first
ared im .i~d then ..n.ie water let into the
bo iler.' Ckan vour teeth and let toe
water run from the spigot while you're
don ?.lThe drink a pint of it. Use
Son r yahydant water; no ice, no salt,
no0 i iner*' voite-r. Ordinary water is
~ o. en.m"gh for tan ordinarily healthy
muan. Keep away from drugs and pilla
andi gi: your stomach a show.
Ji ?r in a hurry to read the papers,
ro'?d ihem be fore breakfast. When you
.twn to the b~reatkfast table be happy;
y ore going to do something pleasant.
trai-tig' a ;:enalty imposed upon
v-c or a task to be performed as soon
1, posbe but a pleasant, enjoyable
oeion. Try and have somebody talk
to con, a'd tilk yourself. Laugh. Start
on nit fruit. Then eat some fish and
* .4. brea, or stale rolls or toast. If
~ou w. atathing miore, eat some meat.
e urtitue to it all. I sta-' at the
t. l ora hour, and eist all tne time.
Don' ecst mnuch, but take your time to
i.t. li von haven't time, eat less. The
t'ime you spend at breakfast will be saved
over and over again during the day.
Il you have been up the night before,
U'i -.ake a cocktail or icc water. Try
cs-ee brothi and sonie tripe if your
* storaath' pretty far gone. When a
ma' bc- ofY a little his stomach is raw
and BAlamed. He doesn't want to start
igbh o" w'th more rum. Let him give
is st- mach a show. It'll pay him to.
Co..i.e your stomach in the morning
and fi'l .-tanad up for you at night. If
~Oa eu' to pitchieg into it the first thing
iw ti.-v ?ts revenge.
.cout smkein the morning. Don't
rk in the morning. If you must
ruoke a' n udrink, wait until your
on..h is through with breakfast. Try
his thli2g oft starting ofi fair and square.
YouJ caL dri~lk moire and smoke more im
ti' be veing and it won't tell on it. A
mt:Q at'rm eh ishis friend, and if he'll
o0l ircat it kindly th e first half of the
adit will s-how its appreciation and
sticek by Aim iat niit.-New York Sun.
A Vnonderful Little Englie.
i..1: :owicx, September 14.-A
;i cri .no iigger thatn a base burn
i,. j 7 .t camletehre by Mr. Geo.
1..e:a...fter eleven years of unre
nittin: exp;erimentiug and work. It is ar
noi n. b ut not in the sense of an caginc
trt ii:s oil fotr a fuel to generate steam.
The.r'- iju any steam about it. The engine
ag ny b.o:Ier, tire box, or highly heated
Ipnrt::, am;t, on that account, it is absolutely
areit frem tire and e-xplosion.
No en'xineer is needed. By aun ingeniou;
dt eic o.I and air gent-rate a vapor which
n I::.dsp.lace in a chamber. When the gai
or vaport is. igited it gives motion to thi
p~ion, and without any further attot
tuO e:::in will run uutil stoppedl. Thi
e ,ude'r , of' which there are two, r.resmiai)
)ranureme:Ns but of wvorderful strength.
The' 11)o'ive power is obtaiied by the use o*
.r:cu r nim or kerosene oil, and corn
: ir T run a ten-horse power en
n' atda co-s :about thirty cents, at tbh
n. rie of p~etroleum.
A ia feature of the engine, thougi
so ih e ee:ary in view of the cheap
n f eil. iat it Can be regulated
torn e 'her one, two, thre'- Txmot
ir .wr, acot'-ing to the ~... d
aie upmi: i The g-ove~ nor is so sensi
eIV tla 2 it limits thle .1upply of oil sitietly
th. amea~u: of p-ower used. A five-horai
p u.e engin willi ce'nsume about one gal
'iwoino' t rhour. un 'he engine costa
-i nol.. w .l - ln ' iwdle. As soon as
' a'rin ' e';chamber is ig-nited that in.
.)em~tine :ire h'imbe r beg'inis to work and
e iee:.;h'5iflnet is in full running
one.Te r um~ icomnpressed by th)
es'-iLe itself to ainy reqtuired denalty, fron
* bXy to one h'undre'd i'ounds to the square
ich Thusi I ar Mr. Richards has contined
Live'f to enimes of ten-borse power, bt
hesv tht teng~iues oftifty-horse powe:
can bL und:ce wiihonut any dililculty.
A nu uber of pioninent mnufacturer
*swN;tie gentlemen from Philadelphic
ad Nev: iorg. ha've visited Mr. Richards
preLce.tiAuS shop on French street: andl
all declare tha~t the erngine is certainly
nI e Large~t Gorima Yet.
Boston has just received from Africa
the largest gorilla ever landed in this
cnstr'v. His name is Jack, and he ii
lve feet in height when standing erect,
ad nmearures seven feet from the end o:
one outstretched hand to the other. He
weigihs about 123 pounds, ::.d exhibite
eormous strength, compared with
wich tha't of man seems like a child's.
Hu ariedin alarge bor man of plank
ing- two and a half incLes thick, and
when) being removed from the ship he
tore lar. e siplinters from the hard wood
pln~ ih as much ease as a child
uMbeka twig. The hair, which
erg oea nd from two to fom~
nhe.) in _th isof a greenish gray
color, and on the back,' ga i arm
incines to a black. His shoulders 'ar4
immense. The expression of the face,
which is black, is scowling. The eyei
a re small, sunken in the head, and the
ins large and thin.-New York Sun.
r kicrr *to. gg
News of the afirmation by the Sn
preme Court of Illinois of the decisior
-of the lower court in the case of the
codemnucd Anarchists caused great ex
Icxi m t *zu g the New York Socialisti
Lia zu.archist~i. lir ost was furious.
had juist gone to press when th'e nev
-caae. The forms were ordered from
te press. Most posted a notice saying
that, ihe could not be interviewed until
. m., and that at that hour the paper
ould le xblished containing an edi
Itoriali on tha mate;;. 210st's editorial ii
addre'sed "To the Woiiniam3 .4 l
Cunties." He characterizes the jn'dget
who made the decisions "infamous and
bloothir ty fools," and the jury as cor
.costsy Tog soi tie Egsor.
What a dear, darling of a piano mtus
be that instrumaent bought in Europe by
Mr. Ma rquand, if there be truth in the
'tory that its price was $46,950. Mrs.
Jay Gould was thought to have done
quit wel the other day in buying am
1stirument for :2,500, and some years
w'z' the standard price was higher
hai now .m. ga was lavished or
rnn.watti. Thads of yeay fa~'ne and
nyer.a'i! of chair notoriety are said 90
riae guven 8~;,00 for their treasures,
ut a'u these legendatry extravagances in
te baro ies of strings and souinding
beard- fade before the renown of the
n-rdwcender, which must bea
I v- a,?.2-;a"i-3 among large muhtsic
b-es.-New 3ork be
. 'bn . Carr-oll. tihe city trcnasutrer who
ae - 'wo yeairs ago'~ fromi Staunton.
s renI -ned. Ani exammiation of min
'r - M *..I i ''t lie owed thle city' and
er::.eu03.00rid $14,000.~ Iis
e::. h4 e.r. :-elned suliiicnt to
Oh ind'hs-ss F~or theC past two
u:e hl bee engagedl :n busnesi
r~h :mireuredof Lis on~ a account.
The"old reliabie"-Dr. Sage's Catarri.
GENERAL NW? NUTES.
Itemn of Interest Gathered from %ari
If a Russian engineer ni:iem- (sln k
is to be believed, lie has enn1uend t he s
of *erial navignation. lli macline i
to be -200 feet lon.'. and Io )viate n
traval of his secret he hod the pl:ria
Co1t-Ircted inl diiferent paris of* Euro,*1pe.
Thn- Sohliers at. Tr::parc. 10,1 wi
performing disinfe'ting duty, wr asa
by a mob. On, was foreed to s'a.ll 1
carbolic acid they were usi;i- inu ind il fr
the efTect,, and the other two w c ki!
because they refused to drink it.
A small filibu.tering expedition fr
Key West and islands in that vicinity I
landed in Cuba and defeated a p:rty oCf:
S5panislh soldiers near 'Iatar/.5. Ant
Virginius ;itf:iir may be 1itked for, a
then a deal of goverument bluster.
The Chattanuoaa, Tenn.. 17x rep:
that the white. rust-proof iron ore. hithr
found only in Sweden. Ilbeen di:eru
in the mountains near tht city. The:
is said to contain (;5 per cent of pure ir
while the bed is six feet thick and of gr
The Rio Grande River is over:lowing
banks and inundating large sectionZS
Texas. The little town of Ediu t r h', ii
miles above Brownsville, is threu:o(Wied w.
complete destruction. A number ot hou
have been mioved away to escape the Tis
At a town near Chicngo, while a func
procession was on its way io the ceniete
a picnicking party of four w,% o.cn and
men was near the roadside ticf;g at a iar
A bullet from a ritle struck one of the 1:
mourners, killing her instantly. The tar
shooters were intoxicated.
Intense excitement still prevails in]
land over the Mitcheistown affair.
bouchere and others tidresseid :in inig
tiou ineeting at Coik and Mihael Da
spoke-at Dublin. O'Brien was arrested
refuing to pledge himself not to go
England, but was released next day.
The murder of Constable Whelan.
the moonlighters last night in a house r
Ennis, is a most fortunate occurrence
the government, coming as it does iire<
in the wake of the Mitcheiston afair. wl
the min'stry is at their wiS' end to -
some reaso'nable explanation of the un
At Ballypooren, Tipperary. Ir-h
Sunday, a riot occurred in a pubtic hr
and the police used their batons freely
the rioters. The latter, after a tussle, ct
pelled the police to retreat to their barrac
from which a few shots were fired at
crowd. No one was injured, howei
Several rioters were arrested.
Governor Foraker, in his speech at C
well, Ohio, said lie had not, as allel
compared President Cleveland toa whip
spaniel. He had too much respect fc
dog to make such a comparison. The <
respondent says this remark was cheer
and that afterward there were three cli
given for Foraker and three for the dog
Eighteen barrels of new Louisiana i
lasses, the first of the season, were recei
yesterday at New Orleans from St. J<
Baptiste parish. classed choice. It was .
at 90 cents per gallon. This is the earl
receipt of molasses ever known. Se
hogsheads of sugar were made from
run, producing the molasses above n
The statement just prepared at the L
eral land office shows that the quantig
land restored to the public donuini by
action of the interior department under
policy of President Cleveland Is *21.000.
acres. This great territory is sutlicien
furnish 130,000 settlers with farms of
acres each. This is genuine land refoi
a common sense and honest enforcem
of the doctrine: "The people's land
The miners of the collieries of the M
ral Railroad Company, the I.'ion (
Compainy. the Excelsior Coal Comp:
the Enterprise Coal Company and the(
field Coacl Company, at Shamiokin,i
have struc); for a general advance Il
estimated that 40,000 men are2 out o:
srike. The miners are thoroughly ort
ized as Knights of Labor and are prepa
for a long lockout. No concessions v
offered on either side.
Washington is the best shaded city in
world. At present there are G3.0J0 sh:
trees in its streets, most of them i
flourishing condition. Ot' this number:
:.0.5 are sott or white maples, 832 supar:
black or Southern maples, 2.Th6 Nor'
maples, 804 scarlet or red, 422 sycamoe
4.o3: ash-leaved maples, 5,121 Ame ri
liadens, 7,050 Carolina poplars, 5.
American elms, European elms and mi:
elms, 4,570 sycamores, or 1-utte wood,
European plane trees, &c.
Advices from China are to the effectt
at most of the scientific stations wlt: nee
totality of the eclipse of tbe sun Ate
19th could be viewed, the result wasv
unsati::actory, more especially at S!t
kitwa, where the United &ates expe~di
under t be diretion of Professor Todd
located:' Twenty minutes after the eeii
began, the sun was bidden by :he cio
and remained hidden duringt the t
eclipse. It was like dlark nighit. and
face of a man standing at a distance ci tla
or four feet could. not be seen.
There has not been a bank failure
China for nine hundred years. accordling
ihe Loradon 4'eeraph The reason
tbis sound fianc1ering in the Flow
Kingdom has escaped cur learned B~ril
Ccontemporary. During the reign of
wise Emperor IIi Flung an edict waus iss
that upon the failure of a bank the he;
of the president, cashier and dirret
~holuld be struck off and piled up in a car
S+itii the o they asse ~ 'Tii sinple
earnest edict has nev~er' been repenied.
the Chinese bank has continu;:d to be ab
both par and reproach.
The Hendricks monument to) be set ul
Indianapolis will be thirty two feet hi
and will cost $25,000. It w ill bie comp.i
of :ed granite arnd bron~ze. Three st
wiltl kaJ to the nrst base en ici:;ii
seated a figure representing history. Ri:
from the fast base, whiCh is sijeure is
other base with corners of olumnas rmou:a
on the caps with bronze ornamientati
and rising from that is another base
which a uronze statue of Mr. Hendri
will stand. The monument will be eree
on tae State Ilouse grounds cast of
Who are the people that leave money
deposit and fail to call for it? Alil
formation on this point comes fromn C
necticut, which has eighty-four savii
hanks at present, not over twsenty of
nuniber coming, umider tC(e la. Ir
reports concerming tusknow" uepL at
The amount of deposits which hv
mainedl without claimants tor twenty ye:
is known to beo ver $75.000. (f thii-,~
000 is held by the Society tor Sving
Hartford. $17.000 by the Newi. Lond oln
ine Bank, $12,500 by the Norwich Sav
Bink, $7,000 by the Bridgeprt~ Car
Bank .4 t4,00 by the Midlemn, a-i
far from $.4,000 by the Nor~walk Savn
An 1' nglti cosici:anyi35 ev
tined fromi Curkey a lConei ira
rad to run the leni~th of AVaMio
tow n the Tig~ris \alley.ni th.:. A.1
which is attra';ig .ome ::t''i': '
newspapers: buit as :aiother co: .. .
along a much easier and che; C: C
across Syria :Cni down ii 0:5:
bei. in ..i::ee for year; wi o a n
ing capital, it is little liidl Ht0
one will. Such a road wood be 1" v'. u:
military line to India forEeld.u
would be worth a great deal more by "i'
ing tip to cultivation thed whet ilIhs of
F Ephrates and Ti~pis had as richs,
Western praries. for 1,000 yeacrs with<
cultiv .tion andl i leua to a producet cas La
as that of In~di:;. and to n..arly as large
I eath on [lie Rn:l.
M.Nsvi: Col.. Septembeir !3.-A1 V1,:r
*A. t I
a rti: the ('.>ori' > -
-, t I uke
d 1-_1,1V shot i"o 1 d 1h, n u
j:d 1PS VAT"i~ 1.wl'
he ..;wtht -rrh .f anc i r : '. itt 'r a.
) ~t n~ed th te :thr 01-e0
Ie !.ip~- f h h.n ::dGere -
.rA w.-: he rireome oftr sl we isr em'O
ge our he n. : f-o m ci a . :ht'e ot 1ar y
.. i n.~h b ias , w rey ' n i h ..: cug anTio
re t ies tof.Xi :ito d an a.
at ::t thic a d Cofan elt T trees are t.
w : t)h.r ein frol t rw he relie.
n the i:-! .ri-o .1a ab 1 ut tt
fr'' 'ao.'With tmals cme inis
u t of e' r ' -:
prop ti. O.i.it o ~'e i kt orm.
On.e U ved, the Ot er ie.
fo A r :.isan forer oucrsa is nor
etour co,k. Ab~out eighteeinimonths a
t-he b-came ickxly and had a cough ind
wasconfined to t.ed, and it was thought
r ,e ;ithe had consumptioa. The treat
ment bu panfriled to ivCe relf.
, neeerle of yu 1. .r kaOt tei
for siz o . a d goe gae for her an d
tomenctd th. * toa. 2hn wh
lanced, dis:charged mtter: for eigiat 0:
by nlie isombs Oof there als'o forme
c'r ander l her hem, ad tree on her bacdks
for wic ishrge matter for a consider
tyable timae. Fo(.r six months of this timt
tun he contined to th house, and inot t
Ive th thse i bed. The htomaca oen re
for sofused so, bynjeti what ithe hat
C"l teatn. Sihe gsd ag deal of meed
cd ine, but ailed to be cured. I boughi
I' ne bte oia 0, yohr B a.B. (made ii
on Atnta, Ga.) and gave it to her and shi
m- commenced to improve. I then bought,
fand gave her thee bottes more, ands<
tle cont.ned to improve, and i tw
rer. montbs' time her cougi had ceaed, Lei
constitution strengthened, appetite ani
ild- dige ren good, terllischarges ceased,
cl nodes or Ahu d spared and she weni
motsriI erd r thrdi nt s
pdo or apparently healthy ad attn
This, woman had a married sister o:
near, the sa a-who w~as affectea ir
ers precisely the samie way and about thl
T ame timv. The had nodes or knots or
e- pit of her sfomach, back, etc. She dit
ved rLot take :eICy B. B.13. and the node ci
hier stomracl ::.te through to the cavity
e tiuie on tie dealine and wattei
est away and tinally diied.
ven se i o ee
e hese were two terrible cases of blooi
.poison-one uscd B. B. B. and w
speiycan d-thle oth'er d3id not usei
anld d.It is most- ass-uredly a mos
e d aod paritier. I refer t(
th n crha.f t-i-- town. Yours truly,
the.W e NV. T. R Panemuos.
Tir-! b I Ala., S~y1, 16
toA SHZERIFF RELEASED.
For t : (iof -yo ears I havt
be- fi'.I w'd h itm-'.wh of the beat
n w h i of all Medicine"
u Zed ieda theader-seen of B.
.R.In e:tnad ix or f-ever
both, LAdL -ahnugh erd irrgarlyr
hat ort ind geatot r*le and r tecm
ai it a a good car hd burins rtier
Sudrf arloncont, f
. i1 who deji res Inomtion abut th<
aeb ir::d cure Af dlood 'ofns Moui -nII
red t " herofub'.nwthi'!on.I'lyes mrs i reum
ere tirem, r:d n'ey - impn goodrh tc . cai
ce for'tmanr te coytur: gema
al a ...Ii. .A....
P rRIVATE S BOADV G.U
oth"* TranirradPrann om
.i The Bulig.octdo.henrha
na Vomro Wnwrhad lb tet
iscoveietl wr hebuinssrtio
oftet orou mnresuI is withi.a
as frm sCu.c-:esof1hefferL t d
n. Ihs.E EA5DE.HLATELL,
to or 3.s ST.IDWTUS,
or d Chalesn . C.
sT 1is.riery _~l'e i i: l~
ishI'-penhr(ihdy; r' il
the i. ***i:.*'''L lii*
rp iiet' f-ttL!''~i
md . iiiI~t,!O ;i~u.r
b ~ v -
d Aid iCri'iEC 0wAI;fr
C.C. C. -TE-UY.
N11il41:1 r S a gicFal nsiftute
w:1-7 ol; cc a rT*,erlenced aud Skill
nt! P1ay.,ici:.- ani Szrgeon.
ALL CHROM;C "MSEASES A SPECIALTY.
Pt len . irttelhr or at thirr homnes. Many
t *: sb~- ~ g crz.-spondenlce, as
a!:4 i her,.: in poten. Come and
e r cnts in svamps for our
"Irarids' 3.de-Bik,'' which gives all partic
'AI. AS-,sCIATION, J.16J Main St., Buffalo, N.Y.
F "worrn-ut." "run-down," debilitated
ei ieeners milin r nstresses.house
er:r- :. vrwork:-d women generally,
1)r. Fi ..e - '- 4 a -i rsc-ription Is the beet
of'! ore sv-::. Itisnota"Cure-all,"
btt :iuir::bly fdtina sileness of purpoee,
r!ix: . m; rt -:it Sieciflc for ail those
' ie -Wvn:i a:il Diseases peculiar to
o::n.The m-:.tment r., many thousands
of :-.h cn:. In. avali!s' Hotel and Surg
i icai ' 4 u :i2:e a large experienco
ior their cure, and
S ;AwVs iAI Presonption
I- 4::c r :t o- t! exi:erience. For
itrm co :u. inilammation
and. .:leermi',1 i a Specific. It
s ...d po ul f .: '::e)s uterine, tonic
"nI nerV .v,:d - a r4 vie-or and strength
to he rin mem. It eit'-e weakness of
.: - cn, debility
. - , . : Favo rite Prescrip
.nder our 'Positied
wrapex e m.ound bottle.
. g ,e0on.SDC B07TLM
Sonl c e "'nt-: i - Dr.Pierce's large
Tr-:ai.; on iii..- of Women F1O0 pageg,
p..*ovr. A.r WOnLps DisPEN
sa.: Mertr~mhocmos,668 ainstreet.
e ots PILLS.
ANTi.BILIOUS and CATHARTIC.
KSICK EM ~ACH1E,
promptly cured by Dr.
Purgative PellCts. -
eent55 vial, by Drugists.
E.VAN WINKLE& CO.
.,', .y. -AND.
MileMM lislM DAU.STEXAS.
. r .
COTTON GiNS and PRESSES,
Coton Seed~ (il iLs, Cotton Seed
Linfo:-s, Ca-.. Eisi, Saw Mills,
Shaf:ii;. Faileys, Hangers,
Wind ."tills and Castings,
Pumps and Tanks.
E.VAN WINK(LE & Co.. A anta, Ca.
4OLD M .DA'L aw arded at Cotton Exposi
ion, .tl'nta.C - Dallas, Texas, and Cha~rles
'n, S. .Wi t--facpri.,s and terms to
E. Van Winkle & Co.,
Box 53, ATLANTA, GA.
C IAR LOT TE
SV Ji'BGINS St PT. 7, 1887.
ST \ITUTELw tor OUNG LADIES
i ii ile South h.asavnt'ges supe
rio to tho- o:red hele in evry. depart
Jt---Co"i-' 'Ar atl Music. Only
expeiti-'u'-d anrd 'e:omis)hed teachers.
TWhe 1'ldin e.5 11ri d~ with gas, arme
cev r*p-'-' noi 'se el in thae South has
ReJ uin 11 fr twon uO oe from the s -me
fa m j'y or nigh'lborhood -upils chi rge'd only
froin . x:41 o entra.nce, a fL.-r the first mot.th
Fo* ma.u .- :4 *.ll. parti2uiar's, ad
des li ".' 0. AT'K1NiiON,
Charlotte; N. C.
F?TT .CAR'INT IVE!LX
Ai:.nrLief for colic of infants.
'Cures Dese.ntr'. Diarrhoaa, Cholera
Infanti or at'a iseases of the stomach
and own.Mas thle critical period
of ee ain se .!easy. Is asafe and
[ easami' to' ie.' oiale by all druggists,
.e .I wh.eale bT HowARD, WTLLE
SH OW CASES.
SKS, OF CEFN!TURE tA"D FIXTURES.
T -y'VISE~ CO,.:hill Tenn.
oun mhii m Uie~l(viepinig thi int for en
-: tripdI. .:raduUt...! circ1-- and p.in::-r for reaxding
raduated red a r-:-t, l. ex p' --". ; $.' ,without
a.r. iK.m. CaL1 ithi ..rsier. Juaructions with
Sect'y AUTOMATIC L.EVEL CO.
11'7 -lirth Chcnr Strer- NASMI-LE. --1"NN