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THE NEW WORLD.
Aroused in \V «M tk« ctikfiiaa ex- 1 11 a of grains and j- a s s es, o u s a n v e e a bles, e product ot the fer- lands of Western Canada, which ^re made at the several state and ^unty fairs in some of the Western ites this fall, have awakened consid erable interest in the lands which the Canadian Government has opened for Mttlement, and which are given free if settlers. The agents of the govern ment, who are to be found in these abates. tire flooded with inquiries re garding the conditions on which these •Sids may be secured. Large numbers ive located on these lands during past year, and send back to their lends most encouraging reports. They they have entered on an era ot .jsperity, and are well pleased with |th the agricultural possibilities and climate. The provinces of Mani fa, Assinaboia and Alberta are spe lly adapted to diversified farming, some parts the country is specially •4a pied to stock raising, and it is be ittfe profitably pursued. In these partB allow seldom remains a week at a time, tlfe warm breezes from the ocean af fljgitiiig the climate thus favorably, llfhen the desirability of these lands is ftlly known there will be a rush such has scarcely ever before been |o\vn. Information as to low railway ites, illustrated pamphlets, etc., will forwarded with pleasure by the De rtm-'iit of the Interior, Ottawa, Caii lf you are not in possession of the of an agent of the government. Patents limned. s a to list of patents issued last week w 'stern inventors: r^e W. Coinee. Waseca. Minn., ill-: .liinics }. Connelly, Verndon, S. si roll saw (He Evans. Kcrkhoveti, (in., wrench Henry Jleisel. Ktill t« r. Minn, cigar support Christ |sn and .1. E. Jones, Toronto. S. ie\-i-sing mechanism l'or steam cit ies: August Sahlstrom. Minneapo lis Minn., cap for closing stovepipe Hl|es Fred Trumpler. lloople, N. 1., •Hoe raper Amos E. Tullis Fargo, artificial leg. .. I.othrop & Johnson, Patent l»lu J'ioneer St, Paul whit, sparrow has made its appear in Lafayette, Ind. The (iovcrnineat Dotunln. The commissioner of the general land •Ace lias submitted l.ii iepoi-t to the sec retary of the Interior. Compared with last year, it shows a decrease of Siomestt-ad entries, aggregating 37H.0-.1 acres. Quite proportionate to this is the bailing off in general health when no ef fort is made to reform ti regularity of the bowels This can easily be accomplished with the aid of Hostetter's Stomach Bit tan. also a remedy for malaria, dyspep sia, rheumatism and liver trouble. J|n forgiving a fault we may spire a «®rtue. AM OPEN LETTER TO MOTHERS. Waare assertfng in the ourts our ripht to tha •MlU'-.M use of the worct "t'ASTOKI A," and "PIT' II UK'SCASTOIilA," usourTrade Mark. I, Dr. Samuel Pitcher, of Hyannis. Massachu setts is theoriginatorof "PITCHER'S CAS TORIA. the same that has borne and does now bear -he fac-siinile signature of ('HAS. H. 'h'UKK on every wrapper. This is the •Mfeinul 'PITCHER'S ASTORIA' which baa bean imiI in the homos of the mothers Sc Ity. of Ajperu--a for over thirty years. Look carefully tb'- rapper and see that it is "the kind you always bought." and has the signature of AS H. FLETCHER on the Wrapper No ooe bus authority from xf to use my name ?pi 'I iie Centaur Company of which ('has, -Fletnier is President. laret: B, ItsUT. SA Ml* KI, PITCHER, M. U inline la the crucible of r. spon d- If )rop"v treated free by Or. I li. h-eii s Sons of Atlanta, (3a. The great rijisy specialists in the world. Read advertisement iu another column of |s paper. The darkest hour is only an hour IIou'M Tils' e offer One Uundrei Iollars reward any ease of Catarrh that cannot be red l»v Hall's Catarrh uro. F. J. CIIENKY & CO.. Toled D. •. the undersigned, have known Cheney for the last fifteen year md fclicve perfectly honorable in all tsmesshim transatcions ai 3 tinancially able carry out any obligations made by •ir firm. AV.st & Truax. AVhalesalo DrugBist", -Vbledo, ().: Waldlng Kinnan & Marvin, Wholesale Druggists. Toledo, O. ..Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally. .(IfCting directly upon the blood and mu 4|0us surfaces of the system. Testimonials fttnt free. Price 75 eents per bottle. Sold t^jr all druggists. plall's Family Pills are the best. )oing wrong never rights a wrong. ^locate Your Dowcla W'ltlt CMWrMt ,«Candy Cathartic, cure constipation for rer. 10c. 25c. If C. C. C. fall druggists •fund monav. Truthful boys are the Umber that great ken are made of. |RE8. M'KINI.KY VS. TREK 811-VKIt. A battle of giants it going to take tmerlca, aee this summer on 30,000 farms in not in talk or votes, but In Jftields. Salzer's two new potato mar jels are named as above, and he of srs a price for the biggest potato yield, ilso $400 in gold for mltable names for lis corn (17 inches i B-B) and oat pro digies. Only seedsmen I* America grow ig grasses, clovers Md farm seeds id selling potatoes $1.50 trar/81. [he editor urges yen to try Salzer's lorthern Grown Seeds, and to Send This Notice with 10 Cts. inStampa John A. Salzer Seed Co., La Crosse, Hris., for 11 new farm seed samples, rorth $10.00, to get a start# »nd their Mg catalogue. w.n.o. A BEAUTIFUL CIRL'S AFFLIC TION. From thr Ilrpublican. Yrrtailltf, Ind. The Tuckers of Versailles, Ind., like all fond pareuts. are completely wrapped up iu their children. Their daughter. Lucy iu particular, has given them much concern. She is fifteen, and from a strong, healthy fept ir I. three years ago, had become weak and falling off in flesli. until she became a mere skeleton. She seemed to have no 1 if*» at all. Her blood became impure and tin ally she became the victim of nervous pros tration. Doctors did not help her. Most of the time she was confined to bed, whs very nervous and irritable, and seemed ou the verge of St. Vitus' dance. One morning.' said Mrs. Tucker, "'the doctor told us to give her L)r. Williams' Pink Pills for l'ale People, which he brought -with him. He *aid he was treating a similar rase with these pi lis and the v were curing the pa tient. We begun giving the pi lit and the next da} nmliTseea hange for the bettei Discusbed Their Daughter's Case for Hours. The doctor came and was surprised to see siicli an improvement. He told ns to keep giving her the medicine. We gave her one pill after each meal until eight boxes had been used when she was well. She has not been sick since, and we have no fear of the old trouble returning. We think the cure almost miraculous.'" Fhaxk Tt ckeu. Mks. Kkaxk Ti cker. Subscribed and sworn to befor© me this 28th day of April, lslti". Hi'oh Johnson, Justice of the Peace. These pills are wonderfully effective in the treatment of all diseases arising I rum impure blood, or shattered nerve force. They are adap'ed to voting or old, and may be had at any drug store. To Cnre Constipation Forever. Take Cascarets Candy Cathartic. 10c or 25c. If C. C. C. fail to cure druggist* refund money. Klondike li. vent Ion. A recnt invention of :l St. Paul man provides a light cheap, com fortable, portable house for the Klondike legion. The bouse is OxS in size, built of aluminum, and weighs but 130 pounds, including a full equip ment of looking utensils, bed ami Stove. Windows are provided, com posed of indestructible celluloid, and proper ventilation is secured by ait justing :ui opening near tlie roof of the house. The structure folds up. making a package 0 feet long. 1 foot wide and ti inches thick. The joints are water-proof, and the house can be collapsed and erected quickly aud eas ily. This house is superior to a tent or log cabin, and oilers comfort for a Klondike trip not heretofore obtain able. J. 'K. Siryko-. Patent Att'y. F. B. Bradbury, Patent Solicitor. IMonver Press Bid* M. 1-aui The 11 a n (I no meat Calendar of the Year. The Youth's Companion Souvenir Cal endar for 1808. which i» :mtim swiin of charming figure pieces, faithfully copied in twelve colors and embossed in gold, is recognized as the richest and most costly calendar ever produced in a large quan tity To buy and reproduce famous paint ings involves an expenditure which could not le borne unless, as in this case, the enterprise is sustained by the approval of more than ."ioo.ooo yearly subscribers. Kvery new subscriber »to the Youth's Companion for lSlts receives this beautiful calendar without additional charge. For the volume for m»« more than two hundred of the most prominent men and women of both continents have contrib uted. Full prospectus for the 1H!W volume and sample copies of the paper sent upon et11iest, THE YOl'TH'S COMPANION, 205 ColumbusAve., Boston. »"v"r known waters. w idt ,n Don't Tobacco Spit and Smoke Your Life Away. To quit tobacco easily and forever, be ninjj- aetU-. full of life, nerve, and vi^or. take No-To Bae. the wonder-worker, that makes weak men strong. All druggists, 50c. or ll. Cureguaran leed. Booklet and sample free. Address Sterling Remedy Co.. CI. -ago or New York. Tt is estimated that every square mile Of the »ea contains 120,000,000 fishes. Star Tohacco is the leading brand ot the world, becuuse it is the best. LETTERS FROM THE RESTORED. Many Wonderful t'ure* Kecordeil, Hop ing that Othera ALuy Ue Benefited. The manufacturers of the remedy called "i drops," which is guaran teed to cure rheumatism, neuralgia, asthma, and kindred ailments, have re ceived thousands of letters regarding their medicine, many of which have been published. The following is a •ample of these letters: Oct. 10, 1897, 630 Main St., Springfield, Mas«. Dear Sirs—I can not express my gratitude to God, also to you, for the benefit I am receiving from "5 drops." I walk around my room without crutch, which I have had to use a long time. I firmly believe that with faith, patience and perseverence, "5 drops" will get the better of all diseases. My doctor says it is indigestion has made me bloat so, but his medicine does not seem to reach my case. Respectfully yours, Mrs. A. Spring. The producers of "5 Drops," who are the Swanson Rheumatic Cure Co., 167 169 Dearborn street, Chicago, have de cided to continue for another 30 days an offer which they made some weeks ago, namely, to send a sample bottle of "5 Drops," prepaid, for 25 cents. They state that this is done as they know even a sample bottle will con vince one of the value of their remedy. Also, large bottle, 300 doses, for $1.00, and for the next thirty days, three bot tles for $2.50. WORK OF CONGRESS Washington. Feb. 8.—An amendment of n ore than ordinary importance and siK»ifi nnce at this time was proposed itt the senate by Mr. Morgan of Ala bama to the resolution offered a few days ago by Mr White of California. Mr. White's resolution declared that it was the right of the people of Ha waii to maintain their own form of government and that the I'nited States ought iu nowise to interfere with it. Mr. Morgan's amendment provides distinctly lor the annexation of the Hawaiian islands, declaring thai the present governiaeut has a right to make such cession to ihis country. Mr. Davis of Minnesota, chairman of tin- committee on foreign relations, moved that the resolution of Mr. White and the amendment there to proposed by Mr. .Morgan, be re ferred to the foreign relations commit tee. and after a brief colloquy between Mr. White and Mr. Morgan, the reso lution and amendment were so re ferred. The presentation of a me morial prepared by the late Admiral Worden elicited some int resting state ments regarding ihe historic light iu Hampton tioads between the Monitor and the Merrimae. A communication was received from the secretary of war presenting the in.mediate necessity for action to con trol the disorderly elements that are assembling in Alaska. A house bill authorizing the secretary of the treas ury to purchase or have constructed a suitable revenue cutter for the use of the Yukon river at a cost of not more than $40,000 was passed. Senator Teller occupied the entire four hours of the executive session in discussing the Hawaiian annexation treaty. Military Academy Bill Passed. The house passed the military academy bill with only one important amendment. The delmte on the meas ure was desultory and tout bed a va riety of political topics. As passed the bill carried $4."i.'?.o40. $'JC».03'i less than the amount carried i»y the current law. The bill to limit tin- period for the re funding of the certilieates ol deposits ol' 1SP7 to 1 ec. XI. 181 IP. was passed. The hou-i ill now take up the Aki rieh-IMow n::i ii contested election caii-. Washington. Feb. P. Three propo sitions. differing materially as tt. meth ods. were presented to the senate for the relief of the Cuban insurgents. Mr. Allen of Nebraska offered as an amendment to the diplomatic and consular appropriation bill a resolu tion recognizing the belligerency of the insurgents, and said that tie hoped thus to afford the senate an oppor tunity to vote on that proposition. Mr. Caruou of I'tab offered a resolu tion urging the president to notify the kingdom of Spain that if it did not recognize the independence of the Cuban republic before March 4. 1S98. the I'nited States »ould recognize the belligerency of the Cuban's and with in ninety days thereafter would assert Ihe independence of the Cuban re public. Mr. Mas in of Illinois followed "vith a resolution requesting the presi dent to notify Spaiii that the Cuban wiir must cease at once and declared 1he intention of the I'nited States to restore and maintain peace on the is land. Hotb Mr. Cannon aud Mr. Ma son gave notice of their intention to speak upon their resolutions to-mor row. The right of Hon. Henry W. Corbett to a seat iu the senate from Oregon occupied the senate's atten tion for two hours. Senator Chandler sj taking in favor of seating the claim ant. The remainder of the afternoon was spent in executive session. The house spent the day consider ing the .\hlrich'Plowman contested election ease. Washington, lib b'. I or more than three hours the senate chamber rang with eloquent appeals in behalf of the Cub 1.n insurgents. Announced speeches were delivered by Mr. Can non of Ctah and Mr. Mason of Illi nois in advocacy of the adoption of resolutions which they had pre* to the senate. Following Mr. an lion's speech Senator Halt1 of ne addressed ihe senate, briefly urging the senate to uphold the policy of the administration. He pointed out that much had j.lready been accomplished by President McKinley. uot only foi* the cause id' peace on the island, but also for the protection of Americans and American interests and for the relief of the reconceiitrados and pa eificos. Long before Mr. Cannon rose to ad dress the senate the galleries were packed with people who were aware that this would be a lield day for Cu ban oratory. Mr. Caution s speech was a calm and dispassionate argument in support of his resolution. He declared that in the conflict iu Cuba. Spain, afraid to meet the insurgents in the lield. had resorted to a policy of bribery and starvation. Of this he believed the American people could Hot be brought to approve. While Mr. Cannon was speaking a sensational in cident occurred. A mernlier of the house ol representatives, standing i ear the speaker, audibly denounced as a lie. seemingly, some statement Mr. Cannon had made. Mr. Cannon, pale with feeling, made reply to what at the moment seemed an insult, but which was subsequently satisfactorily explained. Mr. Mason followed Mr. Hale in a long., and. at times, tiery speech, iu which he urged the president to im mediately intervene in the Cuban war .ud end the struggle which on both sides hail become so brutal as to shock tiie sensibilities of the civilized world. On motion of Mr. Hale the resolu tion was referred ti the committee on foreign relations. Mr. ("Handler then called up the res olution declaring Mr. Corbett not en titled to the seat of senator from Ore gon. and Mr. Pettus ol Alabama spoke upon it. At ,r» o'clock the senate ad journed. -o ix thi: hoist The llepublicau majority was In-' reased front 4P to 50. wheo. the by a vole ot 14,» to 11,1, uii- M'Hted Mr. Plowman of Alabama and gave the seat to Mr. Ahlrich. This was the first contested election ease decided by the present house against the sitting member. Mr. Sul'/er. Dent., X. Y., attempted t'k secure recognition for the introduc tion in open house of a resolution which, after reciting the contents of a letter alleged to have been written by Senor Ihtpuy de Lome, the Spanish minister, to Hon Jose Canalejas, edi tor of the Madrid El Ileraldo. and af ter alleging that said letter was an insult to this country, declared it to be the sense of the house that the Span ish minister "be given his passports jukI sent home in disgrace." He was cut off by a demand for the regular order. Washington. Feb. tT-During almost the entire session of the senate the ln dian appropriation bill was under dis ssion. The reading of the bill w as completed and all of the committee amendments were adopted. Subse quently several amendments of a minor character were attached to the measure. Mr. Allen of Nebraska en livened the proceedings a few min utes before adjournment by making av attack upon Speaker Reed for pre venting the enactment, as the Ne braska senator declared, of meritori ous legislation sent to the house of representatives by the senate. lie denounced the speaker's action iu this regard as a "disgrace" to congress ami to the American people. When a point of order was made against hint for the use of improper language concern ing the other branch of congress. Mr. Allen said that he was stating only the truth and that he was responsible here or elsewhere at any time for his statements. It was expected to con elude the consideration of the pending bill, but when appeal was taken from a ruling of the vice president by Mr. Allen that an amendment offered by Mr. Thurston of Nebraska was not in order, the point of order was made by Mr. Allen that a quorum was not present. roll call disclosing the ab sence of a quorum the sc.ate ad journed i hi: hoi sk ot of tkmpkh. The house was in a very bad temper and the whole session was consumed in filibustering against two bills of minor importance, one to issue a duplicate cheek and the other to make Rockland. Me., a sub port of entry. Neither got further than the engross ment and third reading. The trouble nrost- over the enforcement of the rule against the discussion of irrelevant subjects when Mr. Handy, a Demo crat of Delaware, attempted to reply on the floor during the consideration of those bills to a letter recently writ ten by Thomas F. Bayard, secretary of state under the Cleveland adminis tration. in denunciation of the free silver Democracy. Roll call followed roll call all day long and partisan feeling reached a high pitch. Finally, when it became evident that no prog ress could be made with the bills pre sented, an adjournment was taken un til Monday. Washington. Feb. 1'-. Consideration of the Indian appropriation bill was resumed by the senate, and after be ing amended to some extent, the measure was passed. The most im portant amendment to the bill was that offered by Mr. Petti grew of South Dakota, which, if finally enacted, will restore the free homestead laws so far as it relates to Indian lands ceiled to the Fuited States, for which lands the settlers have been obliged to pay the purchase price paid to the Indians. The bill carries appropriations aggre gating nearly $8.00o.oo0. The senaU adjourned until Monday. MAW Alt HOW ESC APKS. •••111 r.veltenicnt at :i Tte ntoi i'lM nt Mellne. Moline. HI.. Feb. 15. The Auditori um opera house, with its contents, was tatally destroyed by tire. Adjoin ing store buildings also suf"ereil from fire and water. The total loss is esti mated at SSti.ooo. The flames cut oil* egress from the auditorium and there were several thrilling rescues by rones and ladders. The building contained the large plant of the Porter Printing company. Electric laundry. Commer cial heating plant. Postal Telegraph company,, etc. Arnold's Fun Makers troupe lost their entire outfit. The loss is covered by insurance. 'Half a dozen persons were in the dormitories of the building and narrowly escaped burning to death, all the stairways having been burned. Two men slid down a rope from tlie third floor, and two women and two men were rescued by means of lodders. The building was a three-story brick and is a total loss. SUNG GH ABLE. Several Concerns Have Began Ac* tlon Agnlimt Him. Omaha. Feb. VI. The Edgemont Stone company, the South Dakota & Wyoming Townsite company, the Edgemont company and the Edge mont Land and Improvement com pany, each and all have brought suit against Francis Orable. alleging that as an officer and stockholder of the companies he refuses to turn over to the plaintiffs the certificates of stock and the books of the respective com panies. The National State Bank of Burlington. Iowa, has sued Orable in an action to recover the sum of $4, ooo alleged to bo due on a draft paid for the defendant. (iraltlird Illegal Flxliernieu. Ashby. Minn., Feb. 11. Deputy (ianie Warden Jones and his assis tant are in the city again, and as a re sult of their visit two more victims are added to their list of illegal fishermen caught on Lake Pelican using tip-nets. Maultulm Iiftctnlatlon. Winnipeg. Feb. 15. The Manitoba legtslatt re has been ejdled together for March 10 for the dispatch of busi ness. Till". MARIvKTS. Mteat Quotations From Gttlta ami Live Stock Centers. Chicago. Feb. 12. Wheat—No. 2 r-d. PSe: No. .'t red. S,Vc P4-: No. 2 spriioj. 90e No. 3 spring. S r«/P4c: No. 2 hard winter. 90c No. hard winter. 84W 87c No. 1 new spring. l*8e. Cash corn —No. 2. 28 1-4(t28 1 -2e: No. :i. 2ti 1 2(fr 27c. Cash oats No. 2. 24@24 1-2c. No. 3. 2.'/'/24c. St. Paul. Feb. 12. Wheat No I Northern. !4 1-2^05 1 -2c No. 1 North ern. NbfWPle. Corn No. 8 yellow. 20 1-20/27c: No. 200/20 14c. O a s No. 3 white. 231-40/23 .'Mc No. 3. 12 1 20/23c. Barley and rye—Sample barley. 250/30C: No. 2 rye. 4."»0M6c t\v. 3 rye, 43 l-20/44e. Seeds No. 1 flax, fl.2.Vi 1.2ft: timothy, $10/1.25 red closer. $3.2Kiz3.80. Minneapolis. Feb. 12.- Wheat- May opt tied at 03 1-2c and closed at 93 3 l« .fitly opened at 92 l-4e and closed at 92 3-4e. On track—No. 1 hard. 9V: No. 1 Northern. 94 1-2c No. 2 North ern. 91 1-4e. Milwaukee, Feb. 12. Flour dull Wiieat strong: N Northern. !Kkir/97»-: No. 2 spring ing/91c: May. 90 3-4c. Itye steady No. 2. 49c. Barley linn: No 4 Iff/41 l-2e: sample, 310/41e. Chicago. Feb. 12. Hogs Lijiltt, $3.7."0/3.79 1-2 mixed, $."..N.V/4: hea\.v. $3.SOO/4.0."i rough, $3.7of»/3.NO. Cattle —Beeves, $3,900/0.40 cows and heif ers. $2,100/4.40 Texas steers. $3.rO0f 4.30 stockers and feeders. $3,300/4.40. Sheep Natives. $30/4.05 Westerns, $3,000/4.50: lambs. $4,300/5.80. South St, Paul. Feb. 12. Hogs 10/3.S5. ('attie---Cows. $2.5i0/3.Ot1: heifers. $3.75: steers. $40/4.40: stock erf*. $3.s00/4.00. Sheep. $350/5.30. Sioux City. Iowa. Feb. 12. Hogs $3,700/3.80. Cattle Canners. $2. H': cows. $3.50 heifers, $3.250/3.t5. bull*. $2,750/3.50 sloekers. $3.00C(l4.25. ti lings. $3.5f»0/4.4o calves, $40/4 Sheep. $3,500/1.50. LY JSCllIXt I HTED Muritrrvi' Storms S|iliit*il A«n i y o 1 1 1 i I o o u o Thousand liciitejl of Tlioir S'ruv. Burlington. low a. Specinl. The foresight of the ith ers in iii\ ing Storms, the confessed murderer ol' Mrs. Kathburn ami her daughter, to Wapello, prevented a lynching. A mob of 2.000 persons surrounded the jail and demanded the surrender -of the prisoner. I lit 11 an hour after the committee from the mob bad been al lowed to search the jail and had re ported that Storms was not there did the crowd disperse. It Is said tiie leaders will be prosecuted. WIS\»XS1\ DAIHVMHlf. Annual Com'ntlon a tlt« A*aoel«ll»n at Manitowoc. Manitowoc. Wis.. Special.—- The state dairymen's association met iu annual convention. Kepresentaf iv«*» were also present from Minnesota and Illinois. The feature of the day was the address of President (Jeorge W. Burehard of Port Atkinson, in uImh he reviewed ihe work of ihe associa tion for the year. BCiZr.MAX KVIOIVKD. Tlio City ftcMfrnlnvtl From lelUms tiie W«l r« nrkn. Bozeman. Mont., Special.--An ordi to show can n Feb. 14 why tbc city of Bo/ mill should not be re stricted from selling bonds for the purchase ot the plant of the Bozeman Water Works company, a St. Paul cor poration, has been issued by .Judge Armstrong at the request of Walter Cooper. Lawn Will lie I't'nlt'il. Appleton. Wis.. Special. Hab a, corpus proceedings arc to be brought in a case which will be of Importance to most of the counties in Eastern Wisconsin. The constitutionality of laws for the establishment of work houses is to be tested in the supreme court in the ease of Sebastian Field sehmidt. who was sent up for li\e days after being brought up before the circuit conn. Warden Itobrrt* May Sae, Madison. Wis.. Special. Warden Roberts, of the Waupun state prison, will probably bring suit against those who pushed the recent unsuccessful investigation against liitn. lie claims they were guilty of smuggling letters in and out to tiie prisoners ami has consulted the board of control in the matter. They have leletieil the cane to the attorney general. ronilDK Il^tieli sl(ow. St. Paul, Special. '1 he St. Paul dog show to be given iu March by the Northwestern Kennel club bids fair to be a great success. The proceeds of the show are to be divided between two charities in the Twin Cities. Th« humane societies have been given the advertising privileges, and will re ceive Jill they get in this direction af* ter deducting the printing expenses. City Oflleinln on a Junket. St. Paul. Special.--Attached to the Northern Pacific coast train Saturday was a special car containing members of tiie St. Paul city council and their wives. The party is on a pleasure junket to the Pacific coast, and will visit Portland. Tacoma, Seattle, Van couver and other northern coast points and then return via the Canadian Pa cific road in about three weeks. Lnrtse I,n in be Deal. Marinette, Wis.. Special-The largest lumber deal of the season on the Me nominee was made hist week, Perley, Lowe & Co. of Chicago, purchased tiie entire season's cut of the II. Wltbeck mill during 1K9S. over 35.o00.000 feet. The consideration is not less than $35o,(mmi. This Iumberwill be shipped to the Chicago ad Buffalo yards of the company.