Newspaper Page Text
i :: -iIL . !. 1. 1 , 1
AL EC.T BIENVENU. It iS s,:id thl: t:In, mi: in, ,ipi.t in Co'or. Jo thi, ye r will ex 'ci.d asthi:l; ever known in flite hiitory of the Stat,'. The sinws on the imo:nt:uli will furni h plenty of water for the g',!t placers thijs sumnmer, and the silver deposits are ra;) idly beimn developed. One of the train despatchers in the pervicce of the (;eoria Southern Railroad as a woman, Mrs. Willie Coley. "It is f remarkable innovation in railroading;," observes the New York WLri!, "and it shows that wt!:an is gradually captlr. ing all the strongholds of uiasculine la bor." Canada's new banking law, which re cently w-nt into ellect, makes the s,.,Le of stock on margin a pnal oli'ene. I nis, ties the mnilmul e c:ttal at $25), 0V'), re-:ricts di:idcni to eight p: ,nt. and pro..ile, for a re lml,tion fa'l I of fie h,.:- c(, t. ,: circ:,latini to a.ty L.., a bltc, t f ,'1- -L I"'1 ,1 I,:r ,kI . A,ther ,- ,p-ia" liar .' , of GenII, a n I iu; -ll '", I" ! ".' : a I . 4" :d it i 21 to I: t a um -1 if Chins \ n" Y . I",: ti , u,: i, f.. i O , al i, l. , . It 'e t i . .": e n.,!lt <1 c d; ,i ni sl tld. I11:e va;wIf we u la h t,._ h lrl,. i.)at ,f I),' ,i'i,;- n o';, S]hmin al ;.i may at a.y toia grow liik, "Singular as it n:Lvy ap:i tr," ays tCl Pa.is A.,,r.tiaK .j;te', "''the (Germai capital ra and pays .i official bir, i catcher. The catching of tir.l is pro hilt ted, but the collect'ions and educut tional in-titutious of the university fre quently reTluire, for scienittic purjpose, irds' e'..'s, nests, etc., and the tt xider mist Lenu:i is the only per on commit, sionedl! to furnish therm within the precincts of Berlin, wall the districts of Teltow and Niclerir:rnim." A very pretty idea is carried out in London which aims to bring about a love on plants anl flowers among the po(orer clia -i. A fund is raised out of which lrizes .are paid for the I,'st uiisipay of wintdow gardeni g or potted plants, and the ..',n h l t becotll" si VerI'y pol ular that thou-auds of it)it l homes :ire now h c tutilie by flortd .elects, and it is no lnetlmnlion thing to see a window 'et out wit!. p;lat.t growing in old teapots, cans or ci .:r boxes marked as a prize Winner. 1IHaper' I A tkiy says: The impression made by BisUmack's personality has cer tainly beea disturlb A1 by hus course since his removal. Apparently hle has some what mistaken his hold upon Germany. It was not that of a popular leader, but of a ruler of great resources and despotic will. Consequently when he fell from power, anul it was seen that there was no interruption of the usual course of events, that the situatiou was, in fact, unaf ected, there was no strong personal feel. mug (and loyalty upon which he could rely in opplosition to the Government. It is not to be expelteid that is:rck rwill grt.:tly inttlenee alters when lie re pears in thei, Gr: 'arli:mne:cnt. In t!e convi,'tioi of (eri::iy, u ubI ltcdlv, his day i, ia-. A, : i,, L he ac iti:h lpaia, ha dicart I .erct -. r t, it- s.) u :, rdl sy"t m ,f i i,. : a, '.'',":, 1, r i . xi . t oe a .. I ti. .. , tl . t - au :l of hii z), 0 r t ,la i , t " i cr ji t voice. luit lie (',t a l mne' roul, :iOn|g his fel low. in the worldl oit.,ile ,) the institu tiou, in1 Ili) one WvoUld ever know that he was either !uaf or dumb. By a la. borious pro,'e-s he has been taught how to move his lips "utd local chords and how to frame sounds, and now he talks like one who has heard conversation on every hand since the cradle. He has been taught to understand what is said to him by watching the movements of the speaker's lips and throat, and now he can 'hear,' or come near enough to it, for all the activities sand dutiU of 'ifs., a. - . .... , .r-..I ; :', . . , 1 Xiii a ' r ti i. i r . . f iW hl' farst grt at v\i ,: -1t t, thro',- :a , ti ws. An.i friti the alhar ca-t. rt d af glare. Ithe a- '.'ridtait hart, t Iattn l ,atr fair Tharugh atdreamtuy 'lap- and tpurple air. Aind in amnlln the allantel ý.hlea'\aa A tender liht it- CtlaitaI ur n .ai , A hLvely li.tht that lure-. alhtv ea'a - Then swayed by Fancy's delar command, AliI the past I >,- inted t slatant, In hallowed !ethilh iilal's harvest land! i An I thru .'h tat, ditm fie,, \ague descried. A htatir \aart u-t of lhadtaows _lile', it And .icklaas gleam onl eery ait. "thadw- of ill:ati ai'a maidl I trace. S ilth -La', of "Irnalth and ath:tl s fla raa e. Yct gaze buI t all a -i,:-le f.ie - A canrai I brow. -till -atn ith x itlh youthi; .A trtaall tiI -nile: l ~ia "i n l truthl a - T1ic pati.tit, ,t:r-ate tl gI t't r. Iltuth! ;It tatE r laws Itt. DAPPLE'S MISTRES1S, .St'op, I taptilc; %we ill.t look to this." lThe sc,':te ;.::; a l'greenl stratrn of s:u Il erl la' l i\ a I i ll L't t of ' a tli e nit, Vi uii:l f iutl h-tul -e; the -lýeake" :l itlht, 1ighi-I h ,tlf d girl, gra,'cfulli Sill t i lltedl a -:'tal. gr'iy lpan y. Tha till 11 a1- a lh' l ig a fltl ' i'tlat ibtihind the 1l1qn t.i~i-, altl far \:tii, Stlaw\-n tihe ilv'er beand of l!th A'cc"el c:itlie the trllal l of reti c:llat ini tiroop-. with nolitw antl then ithe' iilll'd roll of e it dtuln or theil -brill bray ofi a bugle. Old \'irgini , thle qiaUeno-iniother of the suliiy Soui th, was overrunll with soldiers, deva'tatettd by tiro land sword, shakeni to lhr very fountdations by the thulnders of civil war. Colonetl Maitreton wag far away froii lhi tpleasan:i Iit one, in the front tralnks of death ai d d:llanger; but iIrenie, his only c:iald, till braved the terrors Sof iivasion,al t reai ned at the farni hon . witht her invalid mother and a few faithful old stlervants. ' ianitriilg acroias the grounds, an hour after the retreat of the invading troops, something attracted the young lady's notiC--a pro-;trate figure under Sthe shade of the great cottonwood e tree. S'Stop, Dapple, we must look to Y thi-!" I)qtpple stopped and Miss Irene leaped - lightly frloi her saddle, ad throwing o the silken r'eiu over the piony's neck, she went trippliing :alro' the grounds t to the spot Illhere the fiure lavy. , it was a tall, sollierly figure clad in aruiy blue, with a pale, worn face, and an abundance of curling, chest nut hair Colonel Moreton's daughter looked down upon the seniseless soldier with all her woman's divine compassion stirring within her bosom. t ''Poor fellow," she murmured, lay ing her soft hamnd upon his brow; ,,I wish I could help him." a The soft voice and the softer touch called barck the veteran's wandering senses. lie openeld hi eves and looked up in the young lady's face. Great, lulli au, halilonie eyes they were, that solehow reniiided Irene of her brother Tollrni's eyes;c andl Tol was d iwn in the tiirecheia in front of Rich motld. 'The colnllut sion ii her lheart stilrel afireshi; shie alliootl ied back the titnalcd curls fromn the solaier's brow. ''"My ltoati' fellow," she 9id, "'cati I do aniythinig for you ?" Ilt' qtrui-gled up to hit elbow with a stitled grai. '+'lm i'e threw ime'" hit e.xllai neal, iiad hL they left me bliintal. I thinik I llll-t linavc faiiiiltd liatni thl paii. I thI:alk l ye y ltleth, but I caln't see' holw you can glp tie. I supptaoe I mit-i lie here till they take mine triom cl', alild I'd ialiait as soo ti ehot a." Irene stiileal, a smile that lighted her dark, bright face into positive beanty. ",I am in the enemy's country," she said, ibut if you will trust mne I think I can help you; at least, I will see that you are refreshed and made com fortable." She put her hand to her bosom, and drawing forth a tiny silver whistle she put it to her lip. and blew a sharp little blut. Dapple pricked up his gray ears and came eantering to her side, followed instantly by a colored man-servant. ! . " lp - i. : - [ii ", ' ' i tl' I,.ln a:"1t,!, t, 1 1i.! r 1) l ,c:a -i1 trier to die-- Ii .1:, i '," 1 witihoit a word. and lY the. I0 ta, lln "as lirl' out of i.'it tt " ni,,n sohlier, refre-heId and liade coifort'alle, la:y a-lCeep) in the best chlianbleT of the pleasant old "outllhel'n lli:ln ion. Meanwhile, on the long veranda, Ir"J:e kept watch, he slighlt, willowy tiure wrapped in a scarlet mliantle, I cr flossy, raven tresses floating on the winds. By and by, as the midnight stars a'llle out and glittered overhead,above the drtIat y tlow of the river. above the ,iinrlmiulr and ru1tle of the forest lave;, :aro-e the clash and cl:til, the roar andi tranip of advaititn trotops. lit'"- t' dark f:ce flu-led, and her lt-tr.u , e;-, dilated. -Shie cro-,ed the Sir:ttldt witlth a s ift ,tel atdl talppled li;attly at tile door of lier guest's T;iyv are miil,.' she whli;pered: *the,, wi!! tai, , on riso.er if you rel'll:Li,. '1",o 111nI-t go." ' ihe ý, : 1i' -:.arted to his feet and :I(a l hi \aV o( t, but hie ie.l. Il :_:, lo-t tih l ,I,,,rý-po-t, faillt and gt-i, in f:' bhrtath. "I r..:i: 'v l!,'" he cric l; 'tnirc' n. ,li,-tu of e-, ltli but Ire hil out her lithe. y(,u.n '"Y,<, there i-," - . saidd.che'rfuiily. '.l.an on n:,'; I can help y.,u down. ail you 'hia!l ridle I):Tilc. le know tihl rive l-ro :l,a , l and .hli l overtaki. S,,t'r tolltIeltS by ldawn. lin'eiv! ti u.r' i;i t t ;lut to lIt. " 1'hi olier i.l leaned iupon the brave, helpfuflnl vyoun1 arm, andl succeeded ill reachiing4 the lawn below. ',l)apple!" the young girl called, in her clear, silver notes, *'come here!'' InI a breathl I):apple was at her side. The girl tootl and looked at the gen tle creat:re, and then threw her arms :abiihit lhi neck. "*()h, Ilapple, pretty I)apple," she sobbed, '.it breaks my heart to part front you. (ood-.by, Dapple!" liI the unext breath she stood erect, her eyes flashing through a mist of tears. '.('ome, sir," she said, "allow me to help you to mount. DI)pplc, take this gentleman down the river-road, :and at your utmost sltld.'' I)alple uttered a sigacious whinny, but the soldier hesitated. ',Why, don't you monnt, sir?" cried the girl, imlpatiently. 'Wiltl you remain here andl ruin both your- 1 self and me?" lie vaulted into the saddle without a word. ''Away, Dapple, like the wind!" cried Irene, a,ld the little mountain pony slhot off hlike ani arrow. The war was over, anid once more I over the blasted and desolated homes of Virginia peace and freedom I reigned. Captain Rutherford made it his busi ness to go back to the Potomac hills, I :anid to C(olonel Moreton's farm-lhouse the moment hie \\was dischlarged from service; but where the stately old I homestead stood hlie found nothing but :a mia-s of ruins, and of Dapple's ntis tress not tile sliihte4t tidiangs could he obtain. Three years went bi, and the ex captain fotiitnd hinself tile wea'tlhv Iheir of an ,li uncle, aind took himiself I ol'ottn a to.: amiidi tihe Sw:Viss mountains. I)althle wi.it Pi' ,.him, as le always c did isince that eventtful night when the ,ave li:t,. !uny bore hin safely be oral rl':: h of the ienei,. li h:ld - hi,' t!' t.:ltain's ili'': blu';ih e coi, - lp: itn iii all his wa:iileriigs. 11t vi:as vi ith him now, amilling over ti ''eeln 'T'yrtl vllevs and clitimbing the ()Ite ' "tldtltbitr :ftterttoon, when the captain's oillr -:is d(Ir awing, to a close, soimewhilere in thle vicinity of Mont Blanc, he fell in with a traveling " p:rarty from New Orleans. It con- k sisted of Madame Lenoir, her son and e two daughters, and a young American g lady who wasr her companion and in- t terpreter. o Captain Rutherford found madam a chamrming woman.and while the young persons of the party busied them- 0 selves in spreading out a collation P under tig trees, he lay amid the long, C ruatling'gra " "tting to madam'a ur :ýle:", aril ii his . . i,, I'.; ur thin; hlie told her of i.;:!, , and of hi., 1hiniýiiht ride :ma y the blue hills of oil rl i: inia. `M:&.am lwas in ts lyl iltere-ted. ''And the gallant little pun. carried you v sr'ely" through?" she cried, with hbean inig eyes. ,.Safely through, madam, with the enemy at mty very heels," replied the captain. ''Miss Moreton," cried ma'am, "will you have the kindness to pass the cotlee? And pray, Captain Ruth erford, whatever became of Dapple?" The captain raised himself to a sit ting posture. "l)apple, Dapple," he called, ,"cornme here !" l"rom the forest sLadows near at hand a snitli gray mountain pony came atmblitng forth. Madam Lenoir's romlpanion, :idlv:ncilng with the c :llee lpt il her slimh white it:nd, uttered a huarp little cry, antid w a.ted all tthe ,,flee on tile ru-tling lhavei at her lees. ',t Ih, Dappy', Dapplh!" she cried. l)app1li, lrdtil the sw., t vohe, and knew it in an in-a ti. Il, brr,.e into a joy o , ln : i:h. :u1;1 ,hot like an arrow for t ,v you ,n l 's sie', l!le l'aubht his s1habvy leal :I d te!d it lcle to hlr b -: it sobhin ltko the willy child -Le was. '"(lh, I):lpple, Iny pretty l )apple, have I fitunl4 yeo at l;It?" \M1t.:ttmue Lrenoir, complrhending the dtellounttilt, luoked on with gli ,ten ''w" week< later the ple:aiant party vwa breakiing lip. M:ilatie and her party were going back to France. ''And now, Irene," said the captain, ''how is it to be? You will not listen to tmy suit or accept my love? Then you will be foreed to part from D)al ple againt. She is mine by the right of lpos-easion. I cannot give her up. Come, now, give me your final decision-are you willing to part fro, mte and I):pple forever?" Irene looked up with her old glori fying smile. "I could bear to part from you," -he said, wickedly, ''but never again from IDapple. If you take D)apple you will have to take her mistress, too, Captain Ilutherford." And tll' captain made no objection. A month later saw D)apple's mnistress his wife.-[New York Weekly. Building an Electric C'arriage. A novelty among vehlieles in this country, an electric carriage, is now beinig coni)strucllted at the faet'rv of IM. W. Qutinlan, in Brookline. Mass., front plans drawn front a photograph of a similar carriage in nresent use in London. The battery contains thirty. two cells,aoid is jplaced in the rear end of the body of 4ileo carriage. The motor, which is of foreign manutfao ture, rests between the hitd springs, where it is attached to the body by two hinge clasps in such a manner as to allow it to swing when the motion of the carriage is irregular, although this swing is regulated by a connect ing rod. The driving shfts of the miotor extetd on eithcir side ibeyond lthe sprinigs, and are fitted wilh cog wheel attachittents which coninect by atln endless chlati with larger cogwheels on the inner side of the rear wheels. Thie steering apparatus is on the left side of the carriage platform. In case of accildent to the amotor, shafts can be litted to the c:u'riage, and horses at. tached. When comnileted, tie whole carriage will weighl about 2500 pouttds. All tlhe electrical work is tlone by the loltiier-Cabot Cotl,:ny*. -[New York ''Tribune. To I'e Molasses for Fuel. TIhe large crop of ttgar ihi k Lionltiatta is rauisttg this yeat' has grea:tly conlplic:lated thle iroblem as to .chat to do withl the molasses. Theret will be 700,000 barrels, or 27,000,000 galloens, or 300,000,000 pounds of molasses which the planters do ne know how to get rid of. The output of molasses in Louisiana is now so great that there Is no market for the lower grades. The Planter, the i organ of the sugar interests here, pro poses that the molasses should be used for fuel in the sugarhouses in place qt coal. It calculates that molasseLI would be much cheaper than the cheapest coal, and would be a god b Ie.-- [Chicago Herald. U'GLi SA':il ID AY'. Thie \" :'Cs Fur V. '1I [t1'.' :he ire I . t Aq:: rn' E. F .... n. an l !,," ;!;," , ,-: i t r, -:i ._ , . n of na i, ul,. U li!,lil_. 1:1: fe ,t in li ; t o ter, it ti liine clea r 1,rl ' t.,il It t' ma ltt ri(ulii r buil in_.:i:,l i ;t a _rt r . < ,rcd c,,rrii, r ,,ll nil tinl lithe tN o. In th. c'entre it the circiular iuitjing nill Ile a rotutnda sixty ftet iln lianiwter, ill the middhl of hichl will ie a 1lain or o1,t!i alhott tweniti-.-ix tfot widt,. from which ·l ill arise a tow,.ring i:i-s of nrcks ct.erecd with ma,,s andll liclhtls. From ch flts and crevites in tlhe rocks crystal stretanls of water will gush allid irip to the masses of reeds, rushtvs tilt) ,,rntaten ill sremi-aquatic plants in the' I,.in be. low. In this !ool 4,I r 'eor us a,,11 tishes, pghhln id-s,. gulden ticth ali l o:ther fishes a ill dlil,,,rt. l"Fr tith, rtt a :ilit ,int -Lide of the largcr . -r;, ,f l t' , arihl ,i v ' e ,iewtt1,l. 'I h t.s<, v. ill I, th-u in n.,tuher, aid trill I:.." 1" a of be., n thu - li tio i lti' ilt l , It laiu i ,l ,.I lis i t ':1--\ i t1.1 ~ii t .1. t! r'> 111'.;I " ti n i. t lI i I , '1 ,ili- ': "1! ' " I l' 1 : it, 1 l i',-t ,.it tile , eati :i1 ,I) t-o u 1, *." I 1 1 ' i .: I i l i t '( l \ , ,"t ]! : ",. .. 11: ,, i , "t , . i ,, 1l <, - tile \- %i,111 '1" r i tn , ii tai *i ri oiif I~·iiI -ii-- hi":t. In h ,' a , , n. i e 'i , ;1 , r , . - . ,. illi Ile .i-rllt t, 11. _ i' , ,i , aq.1 ' : .ar1" ll iatll IN ill 1 ''. 1,- i .I ,1 , .. i.1,.. 'T h'( 1l " " t i , ; 1i th ,i t 'w-ill i':ach 1111 ai al ti per ho, r. 'il" i ,i y ,t f -, t ,it -r--ill be sfi'1'url.d 11 1 I"i' ,' 1 "' a II ' :I :l l ,sary tuiluntit at the \\ ,. lt iall itati n of th,. fith, i -t h- Ii- i1 ',',ni.--i,,u to a1 .,ut on.-:1 ilh its 11,1 !L. t1;.,, r'edh,ting bothl qun tilt i ti: it il_,,t tii iirtn lilt rt4. itit 1,i ( l '1,t . .1t-r't lit. I 1 ' tlllD h wI.itcr rc iriu d 'l to ri -, it ,li it 1 ciit! r d nsity will ,he .1-:11,i,, ra i l . k . 1 1hi;llian. In trauni'lrtini; h, :1:1r11 ti, -h, . t L hit.ago frou te ,,,--t tlt . : ,.ill al- ,, e in ait ditiln iof liro,,,:,111 ; ' l t ," 1) :11!4ll1S 4,f 1,tire lea nuiter to tl.' :sjpldly 41n l'ull'h tril,. A Lobster's New Shell. At the nln,,t extehn it e nliu:,riumn in ii'n lr, lid . tih I (i;_htello Z, tt tilt t:n le l<,h- lt r resee- iv n st hr e t fl IIe . t he sicreiced herself un1 t,ethlier 44:1 the toes nd thail, mul sutdhhenly bent her ho . h. 1tin1, u til titl t hhellt in itst lietre at ni gt1, iSe if th ll' ick 'cami e away in ti :i l'* gai Thuie 'l s H ere her next careil iti she gorke, ai.:r v :t tlalit ! for a t41 tilme.i It i::-a iro e,'.dh'i.. f rtxtraie dh'licacy, consideriui that all the te sit f I the great claw h11,I to 1'," 1,:..e I thlou h the ili.a ll pa(1'. luriti the .leration one Claw (u' altogethiir.l :ui this itniist hati u' itand to the il obster lay a it . rituis niisfoirtune, as i t will n t row to its full sii t;ain until the seIntd igair. The tail aut ltegs lave i t rv littleI tr, h .!e i ut, 1 , the Iody, when thu.1, unldre,.,l, proved to L, of a pale hine. The .mllll-castin7g over, the hlstr saunk ein the andii and this iteittio si-tirlied a sigial for the attack of 1'x5ery el'rilturo in the tank. The defehcele, vi ,iEtitna ha( ,ir to tieltit' to the faire of her -'ltnin . h t.l.en the 11l(1 lo- ster udhdily .un, to the rit ene. lStalding m1r him ttell-l, htter half, he futihlt her assail ttis r' riir litte t ut til Itrr sh ll was qailtifi-.ntly IVhti n thiii haliriy ininrt t nrridha.t he i in his lirir. ante. ith a.lt lihi liithen ,hitt tle ai lkh.in thr .ail. 1,, , in it the hroment itrn, of sthell, hurid tse.ruanl toi-hd a numeir ,t omall s pris tie. t,. Milk asd Fire Ext ofuithe cr. Lhetnoin-erleverinwaltr wk ugd it t 'b.. topuf the hotrtel and,1..r: "t o.t od. a lg.:rhtnlng -k litandled Nam , and t ,nt backt fior tf ther upe nati: h 'ah the rinhd , the b ur,,i.ihotl, i, nit -_nothered and the burning hotel saved.