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! Burglar and Orang-Ontang.
Some two years ago a retired officer of the merchant service, living in the Rue d'Alesia, Taris, M. Duchesne, brought home an orang-outang from Borneo. Since growing to its full size the brute is a terror to the neighbors. Its master won't hear of its being chained up, contenting himself with shutting the animal in his bedroom before going out. This was done one day, but unfortunately for him Nico las Bargeve, alias "ihe Devourer," had determined to make a professional call on M. Duchesne's apartment with in tent to burgle. Now, as. this illus-trious-haracter had only completed three days at large after completing his ninth term of imprisonment, he was naturally unaware that such a pet as the orang-outang was tolerated in these particular rooms. Consequently, when the burglar was suddenly pounced upon by two hairy paws, he was somewhat surprised, and his screams soon brought help, with the result that N. Bargeve was drawn out "of the room by his feet, in a very ig nominous fashion. He was taken to the infirmary, and it is reported that he has gone mad and now imagines himself to have been changed into an ape. Paris Cor. London Tost'. HEROES OF WAR. From the Chicago Times-Herald. The feeling of admiration for heroes ol war seems to be innate in the human heart, and is brought to the surface as the opportu nity and object presents itself. Among those who proved their heroism during our Civil War was A. Schiffeneder, ot 101 Sedg wick Street, Chicago. He is an Austrian by birth, came to America at the age of twenty, and became an A merican citizen. He was living at Milwaukee when the call for volun teers came earlv In !Rf!2. a n d h e He ricdvtd a wound. promptly enlisted in Company A, of the Twenty-sixth Wisconsin volunteers. In the Army of the Potomac he saw much fight ing, campaigning in the Shenandoah Valley. In the first day's fighting at the battle of Gettysburg, Schitleneder received a wound in the right sido, which afterward caused him much trouble. With a portion of his regiment he was captured and impriscned at Hell Island and Andersonville, and after ward exchanged. He returned to his regi ment, which was transferred to the army of General Sherman, and marched with him through Georgia to the sea. In this campaign Mr. Schiffeneder's old (Wound began to Uouble him and he was sent to the hospital and then home. He bad also contracted catarrh of the stomach and found no relief for years, i "I happened to read an account of Dr. ;Williams Pink Pills for Pale People about ja year ago," he said, "and thought that they might be good for my trouble. I con 'eluded to try them. I bought one box and began to take them according to directions. They gave me great relief. After finishing that box I bought another, and when I had taken the pills I felt that I was cured. I Irecovered my appetite and ate heartily. I lean testify to the good the pills did me. I Mr. Schiffenedei- is a prominent Grand Army man in- Chicago, whither he moved :Bonie years ago with his family. j THE MINISTER GOT MIXED. And Rang Several Chances on a scriptural sentence Before lie Cot It Right. The minister had reached the critinal nnirot in his "missionary" sermon. He had fin ished his firstlies and secondlies, and with one neat figure wuuid link them to an impas sioned appeal that would strike his congre- Nation's hearts and make their rooks now ike water. i "If," he exclaimed, "it has truly been said ,that he who makes two glades of brass to grow where one" The puzzled look on the face of a deaf old member in a front pew led him to pause and repeat: "That he is a benefactor who makes two grades of blass " Smiles throughout the house and his own sense showed him there was something wrong, but, with an attempt at lightness, be said, airily: "As I meant, two braids of glass." : The choir was now keen-eared, and the pastor felt as if ne had met Dewey. So he shouted: "Two blads of grace." Then the senior deacon had pity on him and arose. "My brethren." he spoke, "our pastor has been upset by the intensity of his emotions, and has tripped on two blades of grass." San Francisco Examiner. it WHAT WOMEN SAY Of Dr. Hartman'a Free Advice and I Remedies. Dr. Hartman is constantly receiving letters from grateful women who have and are entirely well once more, after e - ti it' i vraii ui Duuermg. ine following are brief ex tracts from two such letters: Mrs. F. K. F. Gille, Box 19, Nava sota. Tex., writes: "I think it is time to let you know what your treatment has done for me. I am rid of that c terrible trouble-1 had when i wrote to you. Whan T ,U .1 over I could (not traighten up without the most severe pain. I am well of that and much better in other ways." Mrs. Phoebe C. Carr, Qrifino, Idaho, writes: "I am glad to tell you that I am entirely well. I am stouter than I have been for years and weigh more than I ever did in my life. I want to tell you that it was your advice and medicine that cured me, , I think it is the greatest medicine in the world. I will never be with out Pe-ru-na. Everybody ought to keep Pe-ru-na in the house. Dr. Hartman's latest book of advice to women will be sent free to any address by The Pe-ru-na Drug Manufacturing Company, Columbus, Ohio. , Wouldn't Take Chances. ' Smith One can't always judge a man's patriotism by his conversation. Jones No, I suppose not. "Take Brown, for instance; would you call him a coward?" "Well, er I might if I was sure he wouldn t tight." Chicago Evening News. Spread ot the Classic Style. "How did you matage to get such an ex tensive manufacturing plant in your town?" sked the visitor. "Well, we rooted for it," replied the na tive. Chicago Tnbuiae. DeCnci An Instance. is intensely, feminine. ART IN ARCHITECTURE. j rtrcmkmn i vn xvdittcm rcDcrui i v cad thk didpd This ten-room residence will cost $3,000 to build, complete. . The design is well adapted for a city, the suburbs or country. AH the rooms are large and airy, their sizes being as follows: Parlor, 14x14 feet; reception-room, 0x9 feet 6 inches; dining-room, 12 xl6 feet; library, 12x12 feet; kitch en, 10x12 feet; chambers, 13x14 feet, 10 feet 6 inches by 12 feet, 12x13 feet, and servant's room, 8x9 feet; al cove, 9x10 feet; bath, 5x6 feet; pantry, Is sheathed with fence flooring, over which two thicknesses of tar paper is placed, and over the tar paper the narrow siding is put on. All carving showing upon front ele vation is of composition. , The glass is American double-thick, free from defects of all kinds. The plastering is two-coat work. Shingles upon roof are cedar dimen sion shingles. The exterior of house must be painted three coats, finishing Miss TMqnM ore to than Anther girls? . ''W$,ty sMfl.ilqkBiith lbothe nay if her horse coulda t wear shoes a ticf nay fMWer.,yPuk y i a FRONT ELEVATION OF THE HOUSE. 6x9 feet; vestibule, 4x4 feet; den, 4x6 feet; veranda and balcony, 8x24 feet. The size of the building upon the ground is 24 feet by 40 feet. The height of basement ceiling is 7 feet; first and second story ceilings, 9 feet 6 inches. The parlor and den both have a fea ture peculiarly their own, an angular bay window, the den having a seat. The parlor mantel is of wood, of neat design, faced with tile. The chamber mantel is also of wood, kind to suit the finish of the room. The dining-room Paint roof one color to suit owner, coat yellow ochre. The veranda is on the colonial order, and painting must be kept in harmony with colonial style. Veranda floor is painted four coats best lead and linseed oil. Shingles showing on front gable ara round butt dimension shingles. Chimneys showing above roof ar yellow press brick, with round cor ners for corners of chimneys. The top is capped with smooth stone. Use galvanized iron for gutters, tfifthtn of a KflU CSSr'-- library r fyrffoorr? Paror -i frir?da )) M j k " fiambrr l 1,44 PLANS OF FIRST AND SECOND FLOORS. has one side finished in a circular bay, with four windows, which tend to make this room very pleasant. The library contains shelves and cases on both sides of the room lor books. . The first floor is finwihed throughout in Georgia pine for painting. All woodwork in bathroom is to be paint ed white, four-coat work. The floors throughout the building will be double, having felt paper between the joist and finished floors. The finished floor in vestibule, den, reception-room, parlor, dining-room and library will be red ouk, oil finish; kitchen and' pantry floors are maple. The stairs are Georgia pine. Second-story floors are all pine fo painting. The joist are 2x10 by 16-inch centers; studding 2x4, rafters 2x6. Wall plates 2x10, double for basement walls. The rubblestone foundation wall is 18 inches thick and extends under the entire house. The exterior of house flashing, down spouts, e. Tlpe the entire house for gar and furnace. The bathroom fixtures are all of am inexpensive kind, but neat and sub stantial in every way. Use good hardware throughout, and wrought iron chimney brace. Connect down spouts with cistern of catch basin. Cement the entire base ment floor. The attic is covered with single floor only. All the closets have three shelves and two drawers. The sink in kitchen is of iron, wh'te por celain lined. Tfc. entrance to base ment is beneath front stairs. All material used throughout this house will be of the best. The doors are made with cross panels, each door having four panels, size 2 feet 8 inches by 7 feet. The Louse will be delivered up to owner by contractor ia first-class condition, broom-cleaned, scrubbed, glass-cleaned and all ready for occupancy. GEO. A. W. KINTZ. FrInc Teeth That Grow. A Moscow dentist has solved the problem of supplying the human mouth with false teeth which will growlnto the gums as firmly as natural ones. Dr. Zamesky has performed sev eral operations on doga, as well as hu man beings. The teeth are made of ffutta. percha, porcelain, or metal, as Ihe 'case may be. At the root of the false tooth, hole, are made. Holes are als6 made upward into the jaw. The tooth is then placed in the cavity. In a short time a soft granuatrd growth finds its way from the patient's jaw inte the holes' in the tooth. J This growth gradually hardens and holds the tooth in position. It instated that it does not matter whether the cavity Lia which the tooth ia to be placed ia one I, from which a natural tooth has been rawn recently or whether it has been Watt foKme year. " TroIIer Wheels Not I'aed. In the trolley system of Dresden the trolley wheel is absent, contact with the overhead wire being made by a light, slightly bowed horizontal bar that is pressed upward against it. Ik takes six to eight weeks to wear oat one of these bars, which are made ei aluminium. Experience ia this and other German . cities is said to have demonstrated the superiority of tbJa device to the one ordinarily hi use. Stopping an OceaM Liner. Experiments seem to show that a large ocean steamer going at 19 knot an hour will move over a distance at two miles after its engines are sioppen and reversed, and no authorKj,,wHI give- less than a mile or a mile and a half as the required space to top Ite progress. The violent eeUisiqna ,la some cases during f oga mj tau he la eo anted for. Properly Defined. "What is firmness, father?" "Firmness, my boy, is obstinacy in our selves." "And what is obstinacy?" "Obstinacy is firmness in somebody else." Chicago Post. Preparing the Case. First Lawyer Each witness gives a differ ent account of the accident. Second Lawyer Yes: if we nut them all on the stand, the jury may think our client met who mree or iour accidents. ruca. Has Not Slept for Five Years. It is reported that a man in Indiana has not had an hour's sleep for five years. He constantly walks about, unable to rest, and is now little more than a skeleton, lucre ire thousands of men and women who are unable to sleep more than an hour or two a night because of nervousness, weakness, dyspepsia, headache and constipation. A certain remedy for these disorders is Hog tetter's Stomach Bitters. All druggists sell it. No Wonder the Qaery. When the news came to the Chickamauga hospital of the destruction of Cervera's fleet one of the nurses commenced to read it aloud. He had cot as far as the statement that the Brooklyn had been hit 45 times, when a fever patient, a little out of his head, shouted "Great Scott! Who pitched for Brooklyn?' San Francisco Wave. I believe Piso'a Core for Conaumction saved my boy's life last summer. Mrs. Allie Douglass, LeRoy, Mich., Oct. 20, '94. A Gentle Hint. He "It's reported that we're enineed." She "Well. I'm not to blame for the fact that it is only a report." Brooklyn Life. The War Ia Over And now our thoughts are all of peace and home. There are, too often, people to be found who have no home, and it is to them these few words are addressed. If you real ly want a home you can easily get one. but you should act at once before the relapse irom me war puis prices on the advance. In Marinette County, Wisconsin, the very finest farming land is to be had now at a most modest figure. Excellent home mar kets are at hand to take whatever the farm er raises, and good prices are given. These InndB are on the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway, and full information con cerning them will cheerfully be furnished by C. E. Rollins, Immigration Agent, 161 jja oaiie street, unicago. Not Wanted. Captain I can get a great attraction for our ball nine. A pitcher with a wooden leg. Manager Nope. It won't do. We don't want no useless timber on the team. Up to Uate. Dropsy treated free by Dr. H. H. Green's Sons, of Atlanta, Ga. The greatest dropsy specialists in the world. Read their adver tisement in another column of this paper i - : Some men are like race-horses; their only ambition seems to be a desire to lower their records. Philadelphia Record. j To Cure a Cold In One Day (Take Laxative Rromo Quinine Tablets.. All 'druggists refund money if it fails to cure. 25c, j Sympathetic Maiden "Why, Jimmy, you .poor ooy! nave you been righting r Jim ;my "No I've been fought. Judy. Hall's Catarrh Cnre Is a Constitutional Cure. Price 75c. i A horse with a docked tail must feel like a neigh-bob. L. A. W. Bulletin. THE MARKETS. New York. Sept. 8. 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