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THE ARTIST'S STORY.
TKLL you, ladles,"
and cynical Wilton
Robolcy, tbo artist,
"a forluno teller
U showed mo tbo Im
ago of my wlfo two
yearn beforo I over
saw her In tho flesh
and thousands of
miles from tho
place I first met
"You tiro tbo last man In tho world
whoso mind I would think obscured
by tho cloudB of mysticism," replied
tbo rich Mm. Austyn, his frlond and
patron. "You havo novcr shown any
patience with tho charlatans who pro
tended to expoBo and expound tho se
crets that a wlso Providence has or
dained wo should not fathom. And yet
you nro taxing our credulity with a
ttatement that would bo marvelous,
"I must Insist upon my voracity In
this instanco," smiled tho artist
'Now, don't stop to argue, mamma,"
urged tho elder of tho Austyn girls.
"There Is a story In this, and nfter Mr.
llobclcy has told it you can reclaim
him from tho darkuoss of hla ouporstl
lions and air your theories. Now do
Ull tin nil about it;" and thrco pretty
istcro sighed their curiosity In chorus.
"Just so you don t ask mo to ex
plain," said the artist with n quizzical
lckk. "I shall give you tho romarkablo
facta and Icavo you to wrcstlo with
them. Eight years ago I was In Paris,
pursuing my studies, and lived tho II fo
of a Uobemlan from cholco. rather than
fcfom necessity. Wo fellows hold the
tenponslbllltlcs of life very lightly, and
laughed at all human phenomena that
would not ylold to tho test of material
ism. I was chief nmong tho scoffers,
and found barn-faced fraud In every
thing from clalrvoyancy to tho plorc
Ing of tho future through tho medium
of tea grounds.
"Then an now I occasionally broko
entirely away from my usual surround
ings and waa one day sauntering nlono
through Ituo do Dougcii. Ab I passed
eno of tho most pretentious houses I
wns ntartled by a scream for help and
dashed through tho open doorway to
And a woman battling with flamos that
with "great leaps and flashes were con
suming tho whlto draperies of what
struck mo as a consecrated altar out
of place Our combined efforts Boon
mastered tho incipient conflagration.
An tho woman anointed my handB with
eomo soothing lotion I saw that bIio
was na dark as a gypsy. Her hair rip
pled back from hor forehead In waves
of bluu black, her eyes woro brilliant
In tho same deep coloring, and her
strong, oven teeth suggested polished
Ivory. She was an nmazon In slzo, yet
tho sweeping curves of beauty were
such as to fasclnato tho artist whllo
her motions were as supple and grace
ful as thoso of a tiger.
" 'You are a gentleman, and thcro Is
feat one way In which I can offer ro
tors for your services.' sbo said as I
WOMAN BATTLING WITH THE
twrped to loavo. Her voice was soft
as tho notes of a lute and her accent
gave unsuspected charms to my mother
tongue. 'I was born of royal blood In
India. Through study of tho. sacred
Vcdaa and the pure doctrlno of Karma
I attained the power of divination.
Your people would classify mo among
fortune tellers; but I am poles apart
from tho vulgar humbugs that trado
ufkin ignorance and superstition.
Proralso you will come to-morrow, for
1 .am upset by this accident. Then I
will bo both your historian and your
prophet. I shall count on you, m'seur.'
'Though i mentally sneered at tho
woman's pretensions nnd lay awako
tfialt tho night assuring myself that I
Would never seek her out, I was at
tier aoor ten minutes beforo tho ap
pointed time next day. Sto had either
assumed her professional nlr or was
tinder tho apell of her mpematural
attainments, I will not dcscrlbo the
'Inner Temple of Mysteries' to which
' she conducted me, but In tho weird
ffect of its hangings, mirrors, grotes
quo carvings and mythical symbols It
challenged the most hardened skepti
cism. Throwing tho white light of a
(golden lamp upon my face with a pow-
crful reflector, aho generalized upon my
past life as any shrewd Judge of hu
man nature might do. Thou suddenly
knitting her brows and leaning closer
eho slowly spelled out 'Marcla Arnold.'
That ta tho namo of tho girl you
will marry,' she announced In a dreamy
voice, 'and there you see her.'
"With that the lights faded to tho
dimness of deep twllght, and there
followed tho darkness of a dungeon.
Opposite me as If in life was tho Im
age of the sweet and beautiful woman
ypijiknow as Mrs. Robeley. Never be
forotbad I been dominated by tho ten
der passion, but tbere I was fathoms
deep In lovo with what might havo
been m enchanting illusion or a su
perb painting. So deeply was I Im
pressed that after leaving In a bewild
erment of doubt I sketched tho magni
ficent creature so Indelibly impressed
upon my memory.
"Eighteen months Later I was In
southern California enjoying the medi
cinal virtues of the climate, and find
ing subjects in some of tho delightful
pecnery. One morning I had my easel
vi I BJB4
at tho odgo of a wooded prcclplco over
looking a charming spread of land
scape. Tho velvet carpotlng of grans
and moss had failed to warn mo of
approaching footsteps, and when I
turned It was tho startled movement
caused by a half-suppressed scream.
Thero wero two ladles, tho elder anxi
ously supporting tho younger, whoso
faco was blanched and whoso eyes were
fastened upon mo as though I were a
terrifying apparition. It was tho girl
tho Indian sorceress had shown mo In
Paris: but what did sho know of mo?
As sho sank down under tho wolght
of her emotions I hastened to a near
by spring fcr water, and when I re
turned her eyes wero upon mo In that
same fixed and troubled look.
"'What can bo tho matter, daugh
ter? You havo always been bo strong
and so vigorous.'
'"Is your namo Honry Morton?'
asked tho younger of mo, without heed
lng tho mother's question.
" 'It is Wilton Roboloy,' I responded
quietly. At that Instant It flashed up
on mo that In n desire to conceal my
Identity I had given tho nnmo of Henry
Morton to tho fortune teller. Then
with tho inspiration of an anxious
lover I added: 'But I have a cousin
of that namo who bears a striking re
somblanco to mo.'
"My Immediate reward wob a rovlval
of strength and spirits on tho part of
tho young lady. Tho mother Intro
duced herself as Mrs. Gllsen, her
daughtor as MIes Gllsen, nnd then said:
'Lucy, wo had best got back to tho
" "Lucy Gllsen?' and yet It was hor
presenco that had been conjured up as
my brldo to bo. Sho was tho girl of
my sketch and my dreams. Tho next
day I called at tho hotel to Inqulro after
hor. I called often. Wo walked, drovo,
painted and boated together. I camo
to know throush tho Intuition cf lovo
that sho was not Indifferent to mo.
Ono evening as wo drifted lazily
through tho water lilies sho hunded
mo a sketch of myself nnd asked: 'Is
that a plcturo of Henry Morton?'
" 'It's perfect,' I answered though
dumfounded. A Bhadow of anger cross
ed hor face, and sho wns about to tear
tho plcturo to pieces when I caught
her hands and suddenly showed tho
reproduction of herself that I had mado
In Paris. It was her turn to bo sur
prised, and when I told her of my ex
perience at tho fortune teller's on Rue
do Rouges, giving her tho date, sho
" 'Why, I was thcro with Marcla Ar
nold. Mamma and I did Europo that
reason, and wo two gins visited that
Indian princess Just for a lark. That
was where I saw Honry Morton, whom
I was told fato had decreed as my fu
"Reforo wo rowed homo It was all
explained, and tho acquol of our
strange experience was a happy mar
riage. Tho dusky prophetess who had
confused tho namo of tho two girls
was a cultivated fraud. It was all a
trick of the mirrors, ladies."
A dellcato odor, heliotrope, Is ob
tained In small qunntltlcs from tho hc
llotropo hedges of tho Riviera by tho
process of maceratlona quantity of
very puro lard being placed in a cop
per vessel with tho flowers and melted
over n slow lire. Tho flowers are then
strained away, a process repeated till
tho fat Is sufllclently flower scented,
when tho liquid fat is poured through
n slove, and tho greasy flower paste
subjected to hydraulic pressure Since
heliotrope blossoms must be used as
Boon as they are gathered, and tho
molted grease carofullv keDt nt the low
est temperature that will maintain It
In the liquid stato, tho perfumer ac
cepts as a substltulo hellotroplnc, the
whlto light crystalline powder obtained
from tho ground pepper. Even If these
difficulties of manufacture wero avoid
ed by tho nyrogene or enfleurage sys
tem, pure heliotrope essence could nev
er bocomo a popular porfumo. Heat In
jures It. Tho direct notion of sunlight
destroys It. Artifice replaces It with a
mlxturo of tho spirituous oxtracts of
vanilla, ambergris, rose and orange
flower, to which aro added a few drops
of essential oil of almonds. Chambers'
A College Girl. Too.
Sho was a college girl of lofty Ideas
and superior attainments, such as col
lego girls h-ve In their early days.
When she left hor family to rest In the
mountains for awhile, she said haugh
tily: "No; I'll not take an evening gown
And plcoso don't put any of that paper
covered literature Into my trunk. I
havo eonio philosophy to read and I
don't Intend to mix with the hotel
people. Nature, my work and serge
frocks are enough for me."
Then she departed. At the end of
four days her mother was startled by
a telegram. It read:
"Send two party frocks, a hammock
and some reliable face powder at
So easily aro love of nature and love
of labor overcome. Exchange.
"The voico of .ho people," said the
man who was aching to talk about the
coming election, "the voico of the peo
ple Is the voice of God."
"Rats!" said tho man ho had oor
"Rats, I said; r-a-t-s, rats. Just wait
until you havo been compelled to de
cide a home player out at third a few
times and thea you will know how
much Ice the voico of the people cuta
Yes." Cincinnati Enquirer.
Hojack -LI Hung Chang always
carries his coflln with him -when he
Tomdlk What did you say was the
name of the umpire? Now York
HELD CAPTIVE BY ICE.
CAPTAIN AND CREW.
Th Folia XTera Frozen Hot Id After
Forty Dji of Itnprliotiinant anil
lldiirljr linncer of Heine Uruahed to
J'lecei the Vetiel ltenchei 1U Deitl
HE bark Fluorine,
Captain Janscn, tho
second of tho kryo
llto flcot from
at Philadelphia tho
other day, bringing
to a close tho most
over within tho
recollection of her
old skipper, who Iiob spent almost n
lifetime In tho Arctic regions. This
vessel was less fortunato than her sister
ship, tho Iodine, which reached Phila
delphia on Sunday, and was, for a
period of thirty days, hold captive in
trcmondous Ico Aocb which nro swiftly
sweeping southwnrd from tho northern
regions. Thoso forty days of impris
onment wero times of mo3t Intense
anxiety for Captain Jansen and his
crow. They know not at what moment
their vessel would bo crushed to
atoms and nothing would thon havo
been left for them to do but llo down
on tho Ico and await death. No efforts
could havo been mado to reach land.
Tho vessel waa miles from tho coast
and the ico obstruction that surrounded
them was of such formation as would
havo rendered their traveling over It
Tho Fluorine brings no tidings of
any of other ships of tho fleet except
tho Sallna, and tho impression among
many shipping men is that they have
becomo Inextricably fast In tho north
ern Ice nnd may perhaps havo to spend
the coming winter in that perilous po
sition. Tho Argenta, Captain Smith,
left Cadiz May 25; tho Silicon, Captain
Andersen, left Havana April 29, nnd
tho Serene, Captain Houghton, mado
sail from Stockholm Juno 5, all for
Ivlgtut, Greenland, but nono had
reached thcro up to Juno 2G. Nor
had any tidings from them been had.
Tho Argenta and Sereno were hardly
duo at that time, but tho whereabouts
of tho Silicon Is the cause of much
alarm. Tho Fluorine left Exmoth,
England, April 5 for Greenland. When
twenty days out tho first Ice was met
and from then until tho time Ivlgtut
was reached, Juno 14, her Btrugglo was
a desperato ono and many times tho
attempt to reach tho northern port
seemed impossible. The cold was in
tense and tho Bpray whijbfcjwas being
dashed on board tho eJael by the
cold, bleak winds frozo fast where it
struck until tho craft was incased In
a thick coating of Ice. Tho sails wero
frozen as stiff as sheet Iron and before
they could bo bent It was necessary to
hammer them for hours with tho cap
stan baro. Many of tho sailors were
severoly frost-bitten, but they stuck
manfully to tho task.
Tho Fluorine worked north among
tho Ico along tho coast to latitudo 64
north and when about abreast of Good
hope sho got around tho corner of the
north point of tho obstruction nnd
steered down for her destination. For
days she was brought to a comploto
standstill In tho Ice. The entire coast
of Greenland was found to be walled
up with tromendous floes and bergs,
and the noiso of these huge monsters
coming in contact ono with tho other
resounded for miles and miles. Upon
nearly overy ono of fifty bergs thcro
wore In sight on ono day there wero
innumerable senlB playing about and
basking In tho warm rays of tho aim.
From tho time tho entrance to Ivlgtut
was first sighted until tho port was
reached It consumed a period of ten
days to get over a distance of not more
than twenty miles. When the Fluorine
left Ivlgtut thcro were no other ves
sels In tho harbct excepting tho Dan
ish steamship Fox, which could not
venture out on account of tho Ice.
Coming ns It did from such high lat
itudes, the crow of tho Fluorlno woro
almost prostrated by tho past week's
What is thought to bo tho smallest
typewriter In practical use Is In Den
ver. According to the New York Tri
bune It is made of aluminum, and Is
two and one-eighth Inches In diameter,
threo-nuarters of an Inch deep, and
weighs, complete, but three and one
half ounces. An ordinary watch Is
about tho same slzo and weight. Its
mechanism la very simple. Fifty char
acters aro on tho watch-face like key
board, while tho typo bars radlato from
the center. A single key, which Is
placed over the particular letter de
sired to bo printed and then pressed,
forms the means of operation. A piece
of felt is used a3 the ribbon. The en
tiro machine, is attached to a writing
pad by means of a clamp when In use.
High speed Is not claimed, yet it can
be operated sufllclently fast for ordi
"And would you die for me?'
fair young thing asked.
"Well," tho cruel man replied, as he
fondled the golden braid that was
hanging down her back. "I suppose
It would be only doing tho fair thing,
since you seem to have bleached for
Whereupon a solemn stillness en
folded them. Cleveland Leader.
A woman says don't when a man at
tempts to kiss her, but she generally
means, don't stop.
Queen Victoria has novor witnessed
a session ot tha House cl Commons.
CATCHINQ A THIEF.
8ho rro-tected Her Ice rhett In n Irno
tic: TTir Her Hiihnnil CViJeotert.
From tho Clevoland Leader: "Did
you over hear how Mrs. Turner caught
tho fellow who was robbing her Ice
chest?" asked tho smooth-faced man.
"No," tho man with tho krugera re
plied; "how was It?"
They wero riding down town In an
open car and tho narrator of tho Btory
pitched hlB voico In a key that made
It possible for ovory person aboard
to hear what ho said,
"For a long time," the smooth
faced man said, "somebody had been
helping himself pretty freely to the
beer that tho Turners always kept on
Ico. Mrs. Turner was uncertain as to
whether tho Ico man or tho hired glrl'o
benu wna tho guilty person, but finally
sho bit upon n plan whereby tho Iden
tity of tho wrong-doer could bo estab
lished. You know Mrs. Turner 1c a
practical woman If sho Is anything."
"Yes," said tho man with the krug
crs, rubbing his hands and beginning
to look as if ho was interested.
"Well," his companion resumod, "she
went to tho druggist and asked him to
fix up a doso that would double tho
beer guzzler up like a Jack-knife, but
which would be suro to result In no
permanent Injury. Then sho 'doctor
ed' two bottles, put them In tho Ice
chest and waited for results."
"Yes," said tho listener, a pleaEed
grin beginning to show upon his coun
tenance. "But," tho other went on, "nelthei
the Ice man nor tho hired girl's beau
"You don't say," exclaimed tho man
with tho krugers.
"No," tho omooth-fneed man said,
"but they had to call In tho doctor
for old man Turnei last night, nnd some
of the neighbors wero afraid for an
hour or two that after ho had got bo
that he could talk again that the af
fair mfglit result In a permanent
Whllo tho people on tho car were
laughing at tho Joke on Turner a big
man who had been sitting directly be
hind the narrator of tho story signalled
tho conductor to stop, and ob ho hur
riedly got off tho smooth-faced man
"Great Scott! That was Turner
TRANSPORTATION OF TOWNS.
Ilumlnn City to He Taken to a Location
Where the Cllmittn I I.csi Severe.
San Francisco Chronicle: European
engineers aro much interested In the
proposed removal of an entire town In
northern Russia to a point 43 milea dis
tant, tho houses to be transported over
the frozen surfaco of tho rivor on
Eiedges. Tho city of Kola, on tho pen
insula of tho same name, Is now sit
uated at the confluence of two rivers,
the Luttojokl and the Notosero, form
ing tho Kola river, about BO miles from
tho Arctic ocean. Whllo tho rivers and
tho bay below are navigable for oven
largo vessels, Kola is situated so far in
land that it Is shut off from the sea by
ice much longer than other seaports
situated oven further north, like Var
doe, in Norwegian Lapland. The gov
ernor of the province of Archangellsk,
Baron Engelhardt, to whose Jurisdic
tion tho district of Kola belongs, has
proposed to transfer the city to a better
port nearer the mouth of tho Kola river.
Imperial and ministerial consent hav
ing been given, active preparations are
now being made to transport Kola to
tho new JHVn- The project 13 not,
hawcvcrJPpfw one. The thing has
been doneon an extensive scalo right
hero in tho United States. When t'
Mormons left Nauvoo, 111., they left
hind them nearly 700 well-built fra
houses, clustered around their un
ished temple. German grape-grow.
came In and settled up tho plnfce. They
wanted the hillsides for thjv vines.
Tho houses were sold to sAculators,
who moved them all In tly courso of
three winters over the frozen, basin of
the river to a point twelve miles above
on tho Iowa shore, and founded what
is now ono of the most prosperous of
western towns Fort Madison. The
houses were set on rude sledges and
drawn by oxen.
A I.ivuly Drink.
Moxican pulque Is mado intoxicating
to a maddening degreo by tho addition
of an extract mado from 'What is known
an jlmson weed In this country. The
number of deaths from fights In pulquo
shops is said to be incredible
A nall-maklng machine producos as
many nails In a given tlmo as were
formerly made by 1,000 men.
Teacher What celebrated event oc
curred at Plymouth Rook? Tommlo
I know. Teacher Well, let us hear
you tell tho class what It was. No
body else seems to know. Tommle
They started a new breed of chickens
there. Cleveland Leader.
Gouverneur Morris of New York, In
1772, proposed to tho Continental con
gress a decimal currency system. He
suggested ten units equal one penny;
ten pennies, one bill; ten bills, one
dollar; ten dollars, one crown. In 17S4
Jefferson proposed the system as now
In use; Congress In July, 1785, resolved
that the coinage should conform to tho
Claudo Joseph Rouget do I'Islo, a
French writer, composed tho "Mar
seillaise." He is said to havo written
the song and composed the music one
ovenlng In a burst of patriotic frenzy.
He called It tho "Song of tho Army of
tho Rhine." It was sung by the volun
teers from Marseilles and the south ot
Franco as they entered Paris, Aug. 10,
1792, and received its present camo
Kffeot of Good nomine Upon the Poor.
Lord 8haftsbury, who practically In
terested himself for more than sixty
years in Improving tho homes of tho
masses, said time and apaln that many
of tho people who were in a filthy and
deplorable; condition had been made
so by tholr surroundings, nnd that
whero their homes had been improved,
they had been rescued from such con
ditions. Human naturo is imitative;
tho forco of good cxamplo 1b catching.
Lack of opportunity to lead a more
civilized existence, not the inclination
to remain as they are, largely explains
the situation of tho poorer elements
among city dwellers. Sir Sidney Wat
crlow cites tho punctuality with which
tho rents aro paid his corporation as
evldenco that peoplo having good
rooms are anxious to keep them. Ho
believes thero Is a growing desiro for
comfortablo homes. September Cen
tury. That Joyfnl Feeling
With the exhilarating senso of renewed
health and strength and Internal clean
liness, which follows the use of Syrup of
Figs, Is unknown to th few who have
not progressed beyond the old-time
medicines and the cheap substitutes
sometimes offered but never accepted
by the well-informed.
XllfC School of I'orpoUc.
The steamer Ulundn, which recontly
arrived in Halifax from Liverpool, en
countered an enormous school of por
f poises pursued by about two dozen
argo whales just beforo it came into
port. It was estimated that thero was
over 1,400 poises in tho school. They
were seen about 15 miles cast of II all
fax, and jumped tho vessel's sides in
their evident terror of their pursuers.
Tho sea was black with them and they
rushed through tho water liko mad,
with tho great puffing whales in close
pursuit. Old Baits say they never saw
anything1 like it on tho American
FITS topjwl free and pernmnentlv cured. No
flta atiT tint ilajr'n uso of Dr. Kllne'nGrcatWerTO
Iieatorer. Free ?J trial bottlo and treatise.
Send to Da. Kuii, 931 Arch St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Ono of tho profitable results of the
present agitation of tho silver question
is a concise statement in tho September
Review of reviews of tho pros and cons
of tho question, "would American Free
Coinage Douqlo tho Price of Silver in
the markets of tho world?" Tho affirm
ative view is supported by Charles li.
Spahr, Ph. D. , of Now York, and the
negative by Prof. J. Laurence Laugh
lin, of Chicago. Each of the&o writers
is a recognized authority on tho ques
tion of tho standards.
Has for a Fifth of a Century
Cured all forms of . . .
KIDNEY und LIVER DISEASES.
fs but Incipient Kidney Disease.
Either are Dangerous.
Both can bo Cured
If treated in time with Warner's
Large bottlo or now style smaller
uuu ui. jour urutfgisi-s. ase ior
. u mur uiiu uccupi no suDsiuute.
"The added pleasure of riding a
Columbia is worth every dollar
of the $100 a Columbia costs,"
The supremacy of Columbias is ad
mitted. They are Standard of the
World. If you are able to pay H00
for a bicycle, why buy any other?
Full information about Columbias and the
An African' Car for Hit Ornaments.
Soon after you get started on a jour
ney with black followers all your break
able proporty cups, saucers, etc,,
will be smashed or lost, but tho gentle
African, notwithstanding, will wear
around his ankle a thin thread of beads
for three years: ho will tear his way
through matted grass, and follow a
wounded buck through tangled jungle
without injury to his ornament It is
remarkable, how an ornament sticks to
a native. September Century.
Too Aro Not "Shaken Ileforo Taken"
With malarial disease but with prodigious
violence nfiorwards. If you nORleci Immedi
ate monsuro of rollef. The surest prevent
ive nnd mcdlcnl form of modlcatlon Is llos
tottor's Stomach .Hitters, the potency of
which as an antidote to miasmatic poison
has beon demonstrated for over forty years
past The liver when disordered and con
gested, tho bowel If costlpated, and the
Kidneys If Inactive, are promptly aldod by
It, and It Is lnvalhablo for dyspopsla, nerv
ous debility and rheumatism.
Harper's Round Tablo published
September 1st will contlnuo the first
Installment of a now serial story enti
tled "In tho Old Herrlck houso," by
Ellon Douglas Delnnd. To the same
number Dudley D. F. Parker will con
tribute an interesting paper on the art
of sailing small boats. Tho article will
bo fully illustrated and will bo found
to contain many useful suggestion!
and directions for young yachtsmen.
II tho Baby Is Catting Teotnw
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In most coses mon who marry beneatb
them live to rogret it
The best when you need medlclno. For blood,
appetite, nerves, stomach, liver, nothing cqus.li
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Mild climate. Productive, soil. Abundanco of
good puro water.
For Maps and Circulars glTlng full descrip
tion of the Rich Mineral. Fruit and Agricultu
ral Lands in South West Missouri, write to
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