PEOGEESS IN CHINA; Tlie SrIieeIs Move Slowly iu the Bragon's Empire. His Jíajesty the Emperor of China and the " Son of Heaven" is enjoying a train of miniature railroad cars, presented to him by the French syndicate of capitalista who wish to i get contraéis for building railways. In Cfcina, they wil! wonder at its steam engine ; and the six thousand electrie lights, which are now lieing introduced into the holiest of Chinese sanctuaries, cannot but turn their eyes to our civilization. It will not be lonj; ere a material advancement will be made in the science of medicine, which has for so many centuries remaiued a blot I upon their civilization. The missionaries are doing much to dispel the mysticism and reverent awe which the Chinaman holds for the concoctions of snakes, toads, lizards, etc., prepared by the native doctors. They reeommend standard remedies which have long been favorably known in America and Europe, such as Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, a remedy for all cases of blood-taints or humors, which has had years of uninterrupted success in the United States, and numbers its cures by the tens of thousands. This is a point gained for the future welfare of the Drogomen Empire.