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By Garrett P Servlra.
ropyrtght. IW. by 'inrrett P Rervl**.
Tfte morning of my arrival at Grand
Te'on station on my raturn from the
Kn< Andrew Hll met me with a warm
• ! MV been anxiously expecting you,”
he mid. "for 1 have mule some progress
u> wtrd solving the great myeterv 1 have
pot vet reached n conclusion. but T hope
■oat to let you Into the entire secret. In
the mrantlme yvet ran aid me with your
eompanlonahlp. If gi no raher wny. for.
u the rlefoiit of the mol*, thin plnoo hie
beer, mighty lonesome. The 'lran.l Teton
p a H t thwt people wtio have no par
ti, ut ir business out here carefully avoid
1 am on a < nklng term* with I>r i*\ x .and
oe Tielonullv. when there I* a party to
be ebotvn aroutirt T vlett hi* work*, and
make the beta possible uso of my eye*
Capt Harter of the military t a eopttal
fellow and 1 like In hear hi* etorlr* of
the war In ljuaon forty year* ago. hut I
want somebody to whom I ran occasion
al;confMr thing*, and *o voti are n* wel
come a.* moonlight In harvest ttfne."
Tell me something about that wonder
ful fight with the mob. DM you ee It""
I did. I had got wind of what Bine-
Int-nded to do whtle 1 *nu down at Po
roteilo. and 1 hurried up here to warn
the toldlera. hut unfortunately I rime
teo Ute Fliidlcg the military cooped up
In the guard house and the moh maate.-*
of th *ltuntlon, 1 kapt out of eight on
the aide of the Tr*or> and watched "lie
wtego with mv binocular I think there
war very little of the specr* ‘le that I
"What of the mysterious force that the
•hind Is lay the I.y* Work*. With Thf lr mark Smoke Rl-tn* Almost Ver
tically In tho Still Atr.
do.'tor employed to smfp off the assail
"Of course ('apt Porter's t uggestlnii
that Bt>x turn.l molten artcml-dum from
Ma luin Int > i ho- i-ti <-, iin t a*.rayed
tne enemy with It, I* rtdl ulous. Hut It Is
much easier to dismiss Carter s theory
timn to substitute a l-ett-T cm I saw the
doctor on the root wnit a gang of black
workmen, and 1 no!lei the ft*i-h of pol
ished metal turned rapidly this way and
•hat, hut there was e< me Intervening ob
stacle which prevents I me from gentng
a good view of the mechanism employed.
It certainly bore no re-• mhlance to u hose
pips, or anything of iliai kind. No einata
lion wus visible from the machine, but
It was atupcfvlng to see the mob melt
How about the coating of tha bodies
"There you are lack on the hosefdpe
strain." laughed Mall. "But, to tell you
tt.e tiuth. Id rather l>e creused from ex
pressing n opinion on that operation In
wholnsale elecinr-plating Just at pr.j-.nl
I'Ve the ghost of an Idea what It means,
but let me test my theory a little before
1 formulate It In the meanwhile, won't
you take a stroll with me?"
"Certainly, nothing com I please me
better." 1 replied. "Which way shall qp
' To the top of the Grand Teton
"What! are you wired with the moun
t-in < limbing fever?"
Not exactly, but I have a particular
t' .oon for wishing to take a look from
tl ai pinnacle.”
I sup;a>se. you know the teal at-ex of
tie ts-ak las never been trodden by
I do know It, bui It la Juat that apex
t:.t I am determined to have under my
f-et for In minutes The failure of otheta
i- no argument for us "
lust j# you say 1 rejoined Hut
>.il.|.<e that, i- no Indl- reilon In asking
wl.einer this little climb has any relation
to ’he mystery?"
If It didn't have no Important relation
to the clearing up of that dark thing l
wooldn't risk my net k In each an under
akmg.' was the rei l>
A ordinal), the neat morning we set
tor the peak. All pr-vlous climber-,
we were aware, bo 1 alt a Ke I It fr
!’.* west. That seemed the obvious thing
•o -k., because the w-siwunl -lp " f
.nnialn, w hile verv s•< p. *re
■ nipt man thorns which face the rising
■ti 'in fact, the Eastern aid* <>' ,n "
irand Teton appear* to be absolutely un
mliable. Hm both llall and 1 hu 1 !'>
' -l—rh nee with rock climbing In Ihe All-*
ml the Dolomites, and we knew tbs'
■' ••at look.it like the hardest pin som •-
' nnw nim out to be next to the easiest.
' irdlngly w e decided—the more parti.-
ul> Ic a use II would sav-- time, but
i-o be ause w.' yielded to the common
-sire to outdo our predecessors to try
'" * ale the giant right up h face
W* parried a very light bill •
I “tronr rojo- about !W feet lon*, wore
r ill-shOfl shoes, nn-l had each n meial
• ntrd staff and a small hatchet In lb' l
of tne regular mountain-. r> ax. Advan x
ng at first along tne brok-n ridge t>e
'•'een tiro gorges we gradually approx h
■ I the steeper i-art of the Teton where
"•* off. look—l so sheer and smooth tbs:
' ecme.l no wonder that nobo.lv ever
ried to scale them The air was dellclous-
clear and the sky wonderfully blue
above the mountains, and the moon a
few <| iys past Ws last quarter, was vial
-I*l. in the simtnwMt. it* pale crescent face
slightly blued by the atmosphere, ax it
a.wav* appears when seen in daylight.
"Slow westering, a phantom well—
The lonely *oui of yesterday."
Be hi (Hi us, somewhat north of east, lay
the Hyx works with their black smoke
rising almost vertically In the wtill air
Suddenly, as we stum hied along on the
rough surface, something whlsx**J past
my fc** an<l fell on the rock at tny feet
I look'd #i the strange missile, that had
come Ilk*- a meteor out of often apaoe. with
It was a bird, a twautlful specimen of
the scarlet tarvagerw. whlrh I remembered,
iho early #xt'lf>r*rx had found inhabiting
the Teton canyons, their brilliant plum
age borrowing splendor from contrast with
the gUiomy surrounding* It lav motion
‘ss. Ita outstretched wing* having cu
rlotis shrtvelhnl while the flaming
color of the breast was half obliterated
with smutty patches Stooping to pick
It up I noticed a slight bronzing which
Instantly recalled to my mind the peculiar
appearance of the victims of the attack
on the mine.
'Look here " 1 railed to Hall, who was
several varda In alvsr •* He turned and
1 held up the bird by the wing
‘Where did you gee that?" he asked
"It fail at mv feet a mxneiU ago*
Hall glanced. In a startled manner, at
the sky and then down the elope of the
** I >l*l you notice in what direction it was
flying ■’ he n.k<x).
"No it dropped so eloaa that It almost
grazed my r.ose I saw nothing of it until
ii made me Wink."
I have been heedless." muttered Hall
under his breath. At the time I did not
notice the slngulart'y of hi* remark my
attention b-tng absorbed in contemplating
the unfortunate tanager."
"Look how Its feathers are scorched,"
"I know It," Hsll replied, without glanc
ing at the bird.
"And li Is covered with a film of arte
misinin " I added. ■ llttla piqued by hla
"I know that, too.”
"See here, Hall." 1 exclaim'd, "are you
trying to make game of me?"
"N. I at all. my d-ar fellow " he replied,
droppping his cogitation, "pray fnrglvs
m- Hut this Is no new phenomenon to
m*- I have picked up birds in that eon.
•Iltlon on this mountain before. There Is
a terrible mystery her.-, hut t am slowly
letilng light Into It, and If we succeed In
reaching the top of the peak I have good
hope that the Illumination will Inrrs-e."
1 M--re. now." he add-d. a moment later,
tilting down upon a ro k and thrusting
the blade of his penknife Into a crevice,
"what do you think of this?"
He held up n little nugget of pure ar
temldum and then went on:
"You know that all Ihte slope was swept
ns cleat, as a Dutch housewife's kitchen
floor by the thousand- of miners and
prospe te.rs who swatmed over It a year
or two ago, and do you suppose they would
have missed such a tidbit if It ha-1 been
"Dr. Byx musl have been salting the
mountain again." I suggested
"Well." replied Hall, with a significant
smile, "If the doctor hasn't salted tl some
bodv else lias, that's plain enough But
perhaps you would like to know precisely
w hnt I expect to And out when we get
on the topknot of the Teton
' 1 should certainly be delighted to learn
Ihe obje. I of our journ- y." I mold "Of
rout*. I'm only going along for company
and for the fun of the thing; but you
know you can count on me (or aubstan
rin 1 aid whenever you need It."
it i- t* ause you are eo willing to let
ir- keep my own --ounsel." he rejoined.
and to wait for things to ripen before
compelling m-i to dtscloae tnem, that I
ilk-' to have you with me at erltl al times
N.,v a o Ilie object of this breakneck
expedition, whose risks you understand
ns fully *S I do, I need not aesurn you
•hit it Is of supreme Importance to the
.seof my plans In a word. 1 ho|>e
t.> te- able to look down Into a part of
In Six's mill which. If 1 m not mls
i ■ken n-i human trustworthy helpers, has
over lon permitted to see And II I
see (here what 1 fully expeel to I
shill have got a loog itep nearer to a
great fortune "
"Good!” I cried. "En avant, then! we
are losing time."
)_l l„ Top of lbs Grand Teton.
The climbing soon became dlfll-uft. un
til n length we were going vp hind over
hand, taking advantage of cravl.es and
knobs which an inexpertencsd eye would
nave regarded *. In- apable of affording
a grip for the Angers or a support for tha
I—. Presently we arrived at aha foot
of a atupcn-lou* precipice which aw ah
•o'utely Insurmountable by any ordinary
m-'thod of as-ent Parta of It overhung.
~.| - ~-r> where the face of tne rock wa
to-, fret- from trregularltlea to a (Toni any
footing, except to a fly
Now. go borrow the expression of old
Buoyan. we ere bard put to It," 1 r*-
THE MOHNING NEWS: SUNDAY, NOVEMBEK 4, 190(1
marked "If you will* go to the left I
will take th right and se* if there >s
any chance of getting up ”
I don't ballsve w# • ouUI find am pl.t #
easier than thi* Hall replied, and so
up we go w here w* are ”
Have you a pair of wings concealed
about you?" 1 *k# I, tn ignuig at Ins
Well, something nearly as goo I," h*
responded, unstrapping hi* knapsack M~
produced a silken hag which he unfilled
on th-- rock
A balloon* i exclaimed "But how
are you going to Inflate It ?" *
For reply Hall show.*l me .1 recap** 1*
which he said, contained liquid hydrogen,
and which was furnish-d with a de\ c >
for retarding the volatilization of the
liquid so that It could be carried with lit
"You remember I have n smll Ibora
lory in the ut>an*ii>nr! mine he explain
ed. "where we u**l t m timf • urc liquid
air for blasting. This balloon I mal
for our present purpo*# It will just suf
fice to carry up one roj and . -mall, but
practically unbreakable grapple of burl
envl gold I calculate to send the gr ip
ph- to the top of lb** precipice with the
balloon, and when It obtained a firm
hold In the r.ven r*- k thrre we can
ascend, sailor fwshion. You >•••** th* r* | *
has kroua. and I know your m is bh ire
as trustworthy in aoch work a- my own
There was a slight breeze frm th *
rastwanl. and the current of ilr laming
up the face of the peak assisted th*’ bal
loon In mounting with its burden and ia
vorod us by promptly swinging the II? 1 1*
airship, with the grapple swaying lien* a h
It. m-er the brow of the rltfT Into th*- <t
monphrrlc eddy above. A* .-oon w* a*w
that the grapple was well over the edge
w*- pulled u|ion the rope Th* Utlkmn In
stantly shot into view- with the un h*>r
•lancing, bui, under the influence of t?ia
wind, quickly returned to Its former po
sition l>ahind the projecting brink. The
grapple had failed to take hold
"Try. try again. *• mutt be our in <*to
now muttered Hall.
We tried several times with the mem*
result, although each time wv slightly
shifted our position. At last the grapple
"Now all together!" cried my compan
ion, and simultaneously we threw our
weight dpon the slender rope. The anchor
apparently did not give an Inch.
L##t m** go first." said llnll. pushing
me aMd*\ a* 1 caught the first knot above
my head "It * my device, and It*# only
fair that I should have the lirwt try
In a minute i.c was many feet up the
wall, climbing swiftly hand over hand,
but occasionally stopping and twisting his
leg around the rv>|*e. while he to<*k breath
"IPs eusiar than I expected." he railed
down, when h** had aacended about lh
feet "Here and there the rock offer* a
httle hold for the knees "
I wat 'hed him. br*xthless with anxiety,
and, as he got higher. my imagination
pictured the little gold grapple. Invisible
above the brow of the precipice, with f#r
naps h single thin prong wedged into a
crevice, and slowly plowing Ha wn> to
ward the edge with each Impulse of the
.•Umber, until but another pull wa* nest
ed to set it flying* H > vivid was my fancy
that I tried to I nnish it bv r• tt mg th i
Tho Current of Air Slantlns Off the face of the fvak Assisted the fyilloon In
In Mountln* - With Its Burden.
a certain knot In the rope remain#**! Juki
at the level of my eye*-, where It had
been fr<"fn the Mart, liall m now fully
fttf) feet above *he ledge on which I Moo )
and waa rapidly nearing the top of the
precipice In a minute more he would
To he Continued
!v Gate*, the critic. #Ve hie
writing fit night and often In the •mill
hour* of the morning Hie day t* large.
1 y taken tip by hie dutlew a* ae.-IMant
profe**or of Ei glitfh at Harvard
ITOH IS TORTURE.
Ecretti,. . cause! Iy an ii !nir:i rin
llie blood Coming in contsct with tile
skin and producing great redness and in
flammation ; little pustular eruptions form
and discharge a thin, sticky fluid, which
dries and scales off ; sometimes the skin is
hard, dry and fissured. lir/erna in any
form is a tormenting, stubborn disease,
and the itching and burning at times are
almost unbearable; the arid burning
humor seems to oore out and set the skin
on fire Salves, washes nor other exter
nal applications do any real good, tor as
long as tlie poison remains in the blood
it will keep the skin irritated.
DAD FORM OF TETTER.
' For three \mii I
iiarf Tetter <ll my
bauds which aiM “■
of the time the<heae ■
wa in the form cf run- HBjgo 1
ning iu,re. very psin- (T 1
ful and rau*ing me _
m urh diwrrmi fort Pour i M
doctor* *aid the Tetter V,
hft l progre**e<l ton far '
to l*e cured, and tliev Jfag/y/jJJiA fee
could do nothing for E&,
me ' 1 • ■ “ _M] 1 ~ 1 •
f v V n1
•m* ronij-'.etrlv cured
Thiwft fifteen year* '‘‘T*
ago, and I ha%e never
alnee *een anv ftign of mv old trouble. - Mia
L D Jackwom. 1414 McGee St Kan*o City, Mo.
S. S. S neutralizes this acid poison,
cools the blood and rest ores it to a healthy,
natural state, and the rough, unhealthy
•kin becomes aoft. smooth and clear
Afe dNto cures Tetter, Ery-
mi<Uv Psoriasis, Salt
Rheum and all skin
diseases due to a pois
oned condition of the
blood. Send for onr hook and write us
•bout vour caae. Our physician* have
made these disease* a life study, and can
help you by their advice; we make no
charge for this service All cor respondent
la conducted in strictest confidence,
lit SWIFT SPECIFIC Cfc* ATLANTA,
SERVANT QUESTION AGAIN.
THI*. IT HloPlt TWI VrY I’KH (TAT.
IUISI: |> WAUCR HAH TUtrt
rum (APtftiJo M4im ahk
•K im I II TH m RVFH,
Istbs Hrhfllloa IgsinM Fairly Go
ing and l.ate Itsrlns In the ( Aim
try—4 British Uutler started “The
Servant Entertainment . Crnaada**
In he** port and Its Evils are
Spreadlna Fast—First Halls, hern!
Dinner Fartlrs and 4oxv Sandny
Driven ore Demanded to Divert the
Minds of Hared and i.onely Domes
New York. Nov. 2 —lt Is tha old old
story, of th. periodic twenty-five per cent.
rl*e In w ages ami the dlfTb dty In get tin*
*i**l servants. e\en at s t*p pri> c. that
Is harassing the housekeepers this ait
umn Oddly enough It is tv t t k ie sport
men? house dweller. In search of one g*vl
makl >f all work, who is making c m
plaints If your flat Is up l > .bit • as
regards conveniences ai.d your family is
.-mill, eighteen dollars will s*iil flt yoi
out wtth a willing all around maid serv
ant Thin Is because of late years tl.a
• limited family In a nice flat hoe coma t*
b. regarded as a very snug berth, by the
young women out at service.
The old familiar complaint that a single
servant in an apartment suffered fr n
lonellne** and resented th.* mu tlfa: iaus
small duties *h- was called upon to P ®
form is now very very seldom heard.
Numbers of capable Swedish nd 1 ish
women are leaving the more luxur.ous
living and lighter, slmpier w*rk >f the
big luxurious hMise* of the rich i>* take
Jobs in flats. On qur * Honing th*n% they
willingly confess that th* change is lue
•* their .lisllke of th** Irritation and j* alou
ei#*s so common In the kit'hens of the
rich, where servants of a variety < f i •
llonlallties are employed they also strong
ly dls ijf*rove of the long country *ason
which our rich American famlles ar*
learning to enjoy.
I )’*• 1 1 n m With the Coon try Q west low.
Nine servants out of ten would prefer
to pass th*’ j*sr umiiml in the city, and
they look with sour dlHipproval on the
faalilonable exodox from town which lo -
gins as earlv a* th*- lirst of April. an*l
that does not *• t toward the cltv again
until so lale as Novem er. This phas*
of the situation, though trying enough
hs*. been hitherto pretty successfully (halt
with, by the Newport cottager, by the
comparatively simple device of paying **-
erhitant wages. A tenor twenty j-er cent
advance so*tfh'd the Injured feollngw if
tin* exile fr%mi city joys. anl evervboilj
was comparatively han*y until iast spring
Then th trouble at Nawport. w hen
an sx|*ensive English butler set tle whois
ilntn* sti niaohlrem by the ears by and
mantling of his mistress the privilege of
giving a grand ball
11** A-Nured her If was the custom,ln
| the old country, and so entirely sueeess
•>g was his venture that nearly every cor.
t.o<er In the settlement was -ailed up'-n
to follow this example or—! and the very
lightly veiled reference as to the prohob e
ron*—|Uenres following on a refusal, left
no alternative tp the householder
The series of halls lead to dinners, and
In some eases even to luncheons below
stairs, until It became neesssnry for a m s.
tiess to humbly ask her maids and men
servants permission to entertain her own
(tiends In one instance a prominent nortil
figure issue-1 car.ls for a big dinner and
when the day before the affair she cal
led up the butler, and signifying her In
tentions, began !-> give her ord-is. he
blandly hut firmly suggested that she post
pnc her antertalr.m-nt as It clashed with
the date for the regular hl-monthlv din
ner party below stairs It Is needleaa to
say that her cards were recalled
The errvanls' Drive.
Every week this summer, on Sunday
afternoon and evening, the fashionable
drive of Newport was resign—l to the
cottagers' servants Not only dal the cooks
and butlers, maids and footmen throng
the way. dressed In the smartest clothes,
but a goodly per cent of them -trove In
I heir employers' vehicles, behind hond
s-mo horses, this last concession having
iisuiilly been nominated In the Imnd when
•he domestics were engag'd for one of the
first questions propounded by the fashion
able servant when about to engage I
"What sort of amusements, Madame, have
you to offer'*"
"Well, 1 simply wouldn't put up with
It," declared a flat hotieekeep-r to a
couple of millionaire friends who wore
lunching under her humble rQ of after an
exhausting and fruitless morning aj-nt
In Intelligence cflh -
"That's easy enough to any." hysterical
ly laugh.-1 one of the som-n, "but It's
another thing to a. Now nr pie- - is
set down In the country, four hour* die
tan-a by rail from ihe city and aft-r -lx
set* of servants had come and gone, and
In spite of the bracing country air 1 wa*
on the verge of nervous pro-trailon, 1
railed up the seventh batch and aeke-i
them what was the matter They were
trembling on the verge of departure and
It wa a choice between concession and
rolling u| my el—-ves and turning co-k
nn-l housemaid myself. They frankly ad
mitted they wanted amusement, and
when I ask—l what they Ilk—l they talk—l
It over and dec la red In favor of picnic*.
Well I gave them ptcnlca. 1 shrew in i
braes band, let them have my hor e#
and drag and a free day onee In a fort
night and they all stayed by me until the
first of October My neare-t neighbor
gave garden parties and afternoon t-aa
on the lawn for thilr servants, and every
where I visited this summer I g t no
sympathy, for few were In better circum
stance* than I. We are ob.lg—l to drop
tha word servants entirely and speak of
the (nolo, et ns our al*t*nts, Isn't
The bitirlmn Woman's t Allure.
"Y**s. It I* iwfu new. nt-d the fl it
dweller as her *lmiure and tidy maid
disappeared Into the kitchen. ' but I must
confess I think good bit of th* trouble
H* due to tli wraknt m of you rit-h w u* iv.
Only one* or twi e in un Ife hav* I
met a rl< 1 \mencan soman who ki • w
(he Arnt principle >f managing 1 corns
of fashioraid* *ervunte Given one. ?w.
or even tnr*. maids we an un • of
js do • ent igh, hold *u ow n an l
exact civil. tb<irMigh service, hut w 11 it
come>* t*i eftrr (sing fine diaclpllne % r
1% half *!<'<;* 1 .• nion* iv *l commit eg **c.o te
Mu nth r*- anl the reins of govsmtnrnt lie
•la* k in our imnd*
The piain unvarnished truth."
she continued "h we don't know how f*
take the right tone wtth th*ni t*ervii’ ts
are ver> Ike s>Mieri*. they ie<pilr •
siernesi sirt oft m*n’ In trier t>
inspire their re*j*vt aim) ol*edltn •* The
world ■ • 1
apai'lt i ons*- die* re t Ii and
ornamental i * ■ .-ome f-om Kngl md hi I
out *f private hour* !*, where ihev
the <*ame reiailot. t their m st* r* md
mistresses as a fro! soldier bear* to t l
colon**l N* excuse** are Ihms accepted
for Miivihing n* ax plana 1 ian* lisnixsl lo
and the Mn ill*st defle na fnmi duty is
v Islted by ihe severest rebukes.
'Tor ill ifiMt hy l* not belly treat# 1
H# ha* his lights and stand h <hi them
with a stern Imlciwndenee that some!lm*s
makes the \m* rl au housek•• |wr in p
He hut* his be* 1 an*) hl> holklnys and hie
entertainments, hi* trqul<Ue and it*
t%irklnf, hours ar.* .dearly defined Not
th# rl best English woman ventures t
keep tier f\i t.ibl** waiting o >r fo|*t extra
gucsis on the household without due warn
ing f her int. ntlons
llrllrri.,'. Ilrlnrr. Ilritlah nn.l
Th*‘ rigtit ..f th- tnai’s and tne gp
onslder.-l an<l mnfatm* It*, but on ttw*
ther hand th* servutit I- tut only fna*le
t* ?>e the mark In giving dm inea-un
• f kh*l work but 1* also nev. r alk>wd
lo forgot who hi- comtnandlng off) **m>
r. I'amlllarlt > is out of the qtie-ikvn,
atal . f unlnteritl no I familiarity the Atttei
lean w)inan i- guilty. We don't or won't
take th** high convincing tone In Issuing
•tnmands thlit servants exjn t. tlwlt Is 1
moral brace to them. When tle Am* rl an
mistress of a gr>at hotisa rings her bell
nd \he butler *m- ai she giv en him a
kindly glance and In the voice of a cooing
•*ove sax* ‘Johnson w*> would like to have
tea here? or. Johnson will you bring the
• a tt .iv Int** th* library ’ When Johnson
d*cs bring It he ret'sives another glance
in amiable appre (ation of bis pxxftk*?
And murmur* l Thank you*
"In England th*- mistress when t*x time
arrives gives the I*aU a touch oral whet,
?h# butler uppeitrs b*-r command is. with
out a glance in his direction, ‘lea. John
on.* On the arrival of tho tray. If th* r**
•s a necessary article missing tho A met
.i mi*tr* -- < softly |**ints out the anil *
slon wi?h a littk* emile H n-1 *>h Johnson,
yon'Ve forg>ttai to fill the cream pitcher
whil* tfic stern British matron fixes th
*ffei*Hig butler with an eye like th** Atv
• lent Mariner's and In ati Icy voice and
rrwtiib ‘What do you mean by htfnglng
up an empty ream pitcher. All it at *is
and see that this 'kieen t hiqiprti again
‘ *N.w lam not argiing. my dear worn n.
that we have n -t tin* K.r*- gracious.gentle
manner with servants, that we are run
altogether kinder and nire const derate
*f them than our English sisters We ask
ihetn at Knot their affairs, sympathise with
their troubles, help them In their difflcul
ties and as a result they reganl us *•
their eqiasla iml give u gru*lgt.g *ara
l**ss service. Imp- • orwl *ft*m insult
us. They have n *tt.ir>g but aoverelgn c*n
tempt for our |siti**n*** nrsl geuer*>|ty.
and the more you give them and do f*>r
them tle nearer do we sink In tl#it esti
vnatlon. to their lavel Johnson reganl
hi- inflexible, haughty English mlstreaa.
who tr#s*ta him as if he wet* a senwelea*
machine, as an awful aid superior ia*r
son. whose bidding N not to le qiMrstlone*!
He expects his master will ee# the rn <m
trivial mistake <*n five inetunt aiel give
him n frightful wigging In consequenc*-
and he has a profamd contempt fg th
head of the house who Is t*N> cgroleas to
I'hnerve errors 11 nd t#*o*fee4*!a minded to
bring the #>ffender to l**>*k
“No dear laidles. we have not the pio
per wort *f Influence ov-r our servants, we
ruin them with kindness and they hav
now g**i utterly hevond our control I'll
never forget th* expression of genuine
amassment In an English man servant's
eyes when his Amerl- an mistress actually
wanted to make reparation for Ids having
received a genuine rating rl h|v Inter
spersed with telling langtiag*. from her
"*1 am sure Mr Jones didn't mean ail
he said John ’ she soothed h v**rv sl
dom gives way like that, you must try to
'Begging your pardon Madam assured
John. Mr Jones is a gentleman he swears
as *and*omdy ae mv master tn Englai and
It made tne *|ulte 'omeslek to listen to him
an*l a good russin . begging ymir parV n
Mam keeps one tn mind ot one duty an!
I am sure I'm quire grateful *
‘There you have the true attltitd'* of
English servants' mind Aral I quote It
he--fuse, when all Is d*ne and raid the
English servant is our nvd*d and not the
go*d tempered, slouchy negro servant. the
only creature In the world who can stand
alternate spoiling ami scolding with equal
good humor and without presuming on
Kor 10-a-la-he (whrthsr sick or rarvo-ts).
tn-Hhaehe, neuralgia, rheumatl-m. lum
hego, pains am! weakn— In tha hack,
splm- or kMneya, pain oroun-l Ih* llvor,
pleurisy, swelling of the Jotnts and (wins
of all kln-ls the at-t-li.-ai 100 of Railway's
Ready Relief will atT-.nl Immediate ea-e.
and Us continued uee for a f--w day* gf
f—'ta a permanent cure.
Cl lE AMD PHKVKTT*.
<Hide. ( ooaka,
tore Throat, Hoarsens**,
atift leek, flronrhllla,
((nicker Thun An. Hnonn Nrmrdy.
No matter how violent or ex-ruelatlng
the p-ln the Rheumatlv ll—lrklden, In
flrm. < ‘rlppl—l. Nervour. N—jralglo or
prratrated with disease rnay sutTer.
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF
Will Alford Instnol Knee.
INTERNALLY—A half to a tea-poneif .1
In half a tumbler of water wlll In a taw
minutes- ura C’ramp Bpistn A-ur Htnsi
a-h. Nausea, Vomliltig. H-sitl-utn. N r
vousnras. Hleof-le.-i - • 8• k 11-ndarue.
Diarrhoea t'olir. Klntulen- y arid all In
ternal | Kilns
There Is nor a remedial agent In the
world that will eur- fever ai..l ag,- ao-l
all other malarious, l-ll'oue arid -ether fe
ver* aid—l by RADWAY H PH.I-8. e
qutekly as RADWAY 8 READY RK
ku rent* fe r bottle 8--I I by druggists,
lie Hare to Gel It i I way's
mm CMICMCITtn CNQLISM
P' RAH l.4t*. !‘'a#US
5 I p.-o- f. Pint llteUß'e htiLlM
£ >4fK., i. nr n *:1 t-.i.i -• >- >►... —-i
I .hr au.lkcr Urf—m
IK WVJ IftM*YFMM* *nb*U*HdM •"< Iwll*-
I Ifj Pajr ;• *Fftl 4f. *•
I ’<m HIBN I'ftrtlFMlanL
\f> 0 U 4 ••Krllrf fwr UMr ‘-r BY
\ A /T tap* Mali- •,•**•
/ ftll t'H||i*G ril*i*t#f ift tft,
lhaiis* im mf H*4Ua amf. FHIU-. FA*
Sl*AsVi4 lUqUa i/I fUUft, VtlftftMh
You simj>ly sweep them up alter using I
Stearns’ Electric Paste a
Jk. It kills Kata. M/m. Coekromchem and ill j |
UA nthrr Hug* and Vermin, leaving no Lai
Tg I odor. I'sed .idiug hotels ate! public buildings for [g
ll 120 years. n>if s ait. v aii dealbhs, JSch a box. H
gIW ■ •**••*■ ■*'•'' r** V Cfc ,• lu* •
It taken keen common aenne,
added to Miipcrior judgment and 1v "
eaperienor, to he etit of o> |
a rmilroad. Snob h man carer re- ; MX
commen ts imvthing that be hast not >5-
Mmaclf aobjeeted to enr.dal teat.
ant, living at Savannah, O*., In > ■ J
Aria better than he overdid, nnd
helmet the worat cuae of dyspepsia "-y, \
oarrcoid. He had no appetite, and JL K
the little u-nte disagreed with him, s'
causing hint to vomit often. Ho
had pains in the heud, breast and ** IWIWBy,
atnmat li, t*nt after using three hot- ' JR/''& ”
ties of P. P. P. he felt like anew ? fBOm iWWwsfjHifxl
niitn * IJr s.ivk that he teelsthat he gtM&fto a
could live foi ever if he could always , B Jjgg(lf|mas|
get P. P. P. Ilia name will be given
on application to Uppmtn Hinthera, the
proprietors of this great remedy.
Dyspepsia in all its forms ia promptly
and permanently cared by P. P. P. General
Debility and lack of energy gire place to vim and ambit!on through
the use of P. P. P. Blood Polao i and all its incidental and hereditary
ills are eradicated by P. P. P. Hheumatism i conquered and b.mished
by p. p. P., aa are also Catarrh and Malaria. P P. P. is a purely vege
table compound, which haa steadily grown in favor for years.
. SOLD BY ALL. DRUQQIBTB *
LIPPMAN BRO T *~"S. , * OFm i2ST?IX , a Savannih, Ga.
FINE GRADES OF WHISKIES.
The K. G. Whiskey gallon $ 2.00
(rlendale \V T hiskcy • ....ee frallon $ 2.50
Crystal Spring Whiskey gallon $5.00
Gotden Wedding Whiskey .-gallon $5.50
IN CASES OF 12 LARGE BOTTLES:
Tb Anledlluvtsn Whiskey botl*<l by Os borne of New Work .lit in
Th, I’serlMi Whl,key **ttlsd In bosttl In Henderson. Ky sta w
Tha I’eorta Whiskey bollied In bond by Clark Brother* *UM
Meredith Itya Whiskey, bottled al Ihslr dlsllll.ry In Ohio 11l W
Ctoldan Weddui* Whlak,y. our
Lippman Block, * Savannah, Ga.
Leopold adi-wr. jno. it. dillon.
C B E1.1.1H, BARRON CARTER.
Vice Prasldaat. Aasl 1 aahlef.
The Chatham Bank
Will he pleas—l to receive (ha account*
of Merchants. Firms. Individual*. Honk*
I-tUrftl favor* ntrwla4.
rnur|Mf*i <-olNa tion fociimaa. Injur-
In* prompt return#
IVI I 111 DM ( OMI-111 XDKJI qi tkTH
i.r on nEPoaiT.
Safety Deposit Boxes and Vaults fa*
rent Correspondence solicited.
The Citizens Bank
Transacts a General llsaklag
Solicits Acennnta of Individuals,
Merchants, Hanks and other t orp
( nllectlons handled with safety,
cMssar and dispatch.
Interest, compounded qnnrterly,
nllnrred on deposlta In oir savings
Anfrry Deposit Hoses and <Morai|r
III! 4VILE 1 A. DENMARK, Presldowl.
Mil l.* ft. LAKE, \ Ice President.
OKOKtIM r. PHKRMAN. ( ashler.
GORDOW l„ tifIOOVU, Asst, ( ashler.
of tha flat, of Georgia.
Burp.ua and undivided profit# MUI.OOO
DEPOSITOIIV OK IHE bTAThi Utr
Superior faclililos lot transacting a
oliocllona made on sil points
• csslbls through Ivina* and bankara.
Ac-counls of Ksnks, llsnksrs. XI cl chants
and others aolidiad. Halo DepoaU Uoxaa
Department of Savings. Interest payable
Sella Hterllns Btchanga on Indoo a
JOHN rt-ANVERY President.
HORACE A crane. Vice Preaidant
JAMES St I,I,IVAN Cashier.
JNO FLANNERY. WM W GORDON.
E. A WEIL. IV W GORDON. Jr.
H A CRANE. JOHN M EGAN.
I.F7E ROY MYERS JOSEPH EERST
If V SMART. CHARLES Et-Lia
EDWARD KELLY JOHN J KIRHT.
Arrounl* of bank*, marehant*. eorparo
:ona and Individuals solicited,
Savings Department, Interest psld
Bafety Loxee and Storag* Vaults fed
folleetlona mad* on all potnte al res
Drafts sold on oil Ih* chief cltlet of the
JOSEPH D WEED. I’realdenl.
JOHN C. ROW LAN'D. Vice President
W. F. McCAULEY. Cashier.
OLD NEWSPAPERS. SOO for oenUk of
Business Ofßo* Morning Neva,
THE GEHMANIA BANK
HA V ANNA 11. ‘.A.
Undivided prolHa tu.uu*
This I,auk offers Ita ervl< as to corpurw
lioiA in-rchinie an! mdlvliluiilf.
Hbm au'borlty to act a* •icoutor, ed
■nlnUtrator, gunrdlan ate
lau-a diaf'a on th principal cplee In
Gr-at Britain and Ireland and on tha
Inter.m ild nr compound*<l quarterly
or, dar- elie In tho Havings liepirtraont.
Pif.ty Hn*e. for rent.
HENRY 111. UN, P*-aldcnt.
O^ri \V TtKI'EM AN. Vloe President.
J'dtN M HOQAN, Cashier
WALTER P- HOGAN, A*'l raahie*-.
No I*4o. Chart-rad, UK,
MIS Hill H
CAPITAL. WOV<W. SUHPLUS. 100.*jl
I'NITEIr BTATEH DEPOSITORY.
J A. li. CARSON. Ira Id nt.
IIEIKNK OoRIION. VI . Pr-aldent.
W M DAVANT. Cashier.
Ac, o',nte of lianka and bar kere, m-r
-ehanta and enrporsitlnne reeel ved opn*
the moat favorable term car at-tent with
aiitn and conservative harking
THE GEORGIA STATE
B LILDINO AND LOAN ASSOCIATION.
li YORK STREET, WEST.
5 l-ER CENT, per annum allowed on
deposits, wtthdiawahte on demand.
Intereet ereltled quarterly. ,
6 PER CENT, per annum allowed on
depoeiitt of evon hundrads, withdraw
able at annual |Mriod*
GK<> W TIEHEMAN. Preeidenu
It. II LEVY. Vice President.
E. W. lIELK Herraiary.
C. G ANHERHON, JR.. Treasurer.
SEINES, GILL NETS,
A FINE .
Assortment of Hooks.
EDWARD HILL'S SOUS.
113 Broughton St., West.
FINE FLORIDA ORANGES.
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES of all
SEED rye. seed oath.
HAY. GRAIN, FEED. FLOUR.
CHEESE. BEANS. Peas. Rice Straw, etc.
W. I). Kiinkins A: Cos.
IF YOU WANT GOOD MATERIAL
and work, order your lithographed and
printed stationery and blank books froaa
Horning New#, Savannah, Uo.