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DOINGS IN BRAXTON.
Breach 13otwoen tho Oamdon aatl Anti-OamOeo Factions Thoro SEEMS ALMOST IRRECONCILABLE Tho Vow Ttliigls After tho Fat Onicc* ot the Land* and One ol tlio lloiioi ifolds the "Saddle Bag*"?Dr. NewIfMi Resigns From the County Committee Chairmanship? Interesting Political Notes From tho Interior. BlacCorkln's Proposed Visit, fytctol Corretpondena of Uie JnleiUgfxerr. Gurrov, W. Va, Aojniit 5.?The prolletioai made Id a apodal dlipatch to tbo [jrTKM.ioENciB o( the 3lit ulL, tcivinx a report of tho Democratic convention, liove njoro than matoriaiiKod, 10 far as tbo broach botwoen tho Oamdon and ioti-Camdon factions aro concerood. As wo prodictod, J. U. Danlap, CamJen'i candidato for tbo legislature, hai withdrawn, and crave on his roaaona for io doing tbat he did not caro to engage a tlio contest with tho faotional light that is now boing wagod. John C. Horry, prosent chiof doputy shorlff unlor his brothor, and Josoph A. Pieraon, "ontin," have boon announced as candilatos for tho legislature. Mr. Borry ?rid liis brothors havu boon tho shorifla >! thiscountyninco 188-1. Thoy belong to i largo and influential family, and now :iavo a largo amount of uncolloctod axos against tho poople. Using a lomoly piiraso, Mr. liorry has tho "sadlio buga," which h a groat porsuador hoso uard times. Dr. W. P. Nowlon roeignod tho chair nansliip of tho county committor, llo roported to bo tho bout worker and wstorganiwr in tho Democratic party, )Ut the doctor could not very woll work vtth a committoo composod of tho untli." Tlio cominittoo appointod K. 1 Bland, his nuccoHBor, placing tlio con:rol of tho primary campaign wholly in ,ho hands of tho antf-Camdon faction. Tho former dispatch characterized tho :onvontion ns tho proliininary skirmish to tho present campaign, bo this campaign scorns, from surface indications, to be tho prollminnry skirmish to tho L'ontcat two roars Jionco, as tho slato jeoma to bo be made up, ut lonst in part, for tho fat otHcos then to bo tilled, f. II. Lorontz, county clerk; 8. W. Mooro, circuit clerk; \V. E. II Byrne, prosecuting nttornoy. E. 8. Bland, to whoso bolt tho scalp of Dr. Newlon is tiow dangling, expocts a literativu position in thoclork's oflico with tho "boys." VV. K. Ilaymond, prospective successor to Judge Bennett, on tho circuit court bench, Tho prospoctivo shorlfr seems to bo in doubt wit . tho cbaucos favorlblo to E. \V. (Jutlip, bo tho "antis" icoiu to have a very formidablo ring which will bo hard to overthrow. In short tho "antis" sooin to havo tho jthor follows down, and from surfaco indications tho chlof objoct is tho fat jflicosin the future, and the prosontlnMiuibents will huvo to be on tho look )Ut and put their best men on guard. Tho old ring feoms to bo severed in I wain without hope of reconciliation, tho contest in tho primary promises to ?ft a flaht to tho Uuiflh botwoon the lac:ions. Tho sword9 aro unsheathed, tho jlades are bright and gloaming and all ieoms ready for the fruy, as well as to pave tho way for theluturo as to payoff >ld scores for tho past. Governor MacCorlcio, togothor with jevoral capitalists connoctod with tho button & Ofendonnin railroad, nro oxjected ut Sutton about tho Stli instant, pvho will go down lilk river, ovor tho proposed route, in a commodious and :om?ortabio boat, built by our ontorpYislng mechanics, Humphrey Bros. & Uorry. WEST VA. H'IWVJj OA MP MBETIXG. Uuhuii City Sinking a Strong Effort to Scouro It. At a meeting of the citizens of Mason City, \V. Va., held July 27, 18i)4, it was Iccidod to mako an oarnost effort to iccuro the location of tho Stato JL E. Jump Mooting at Mason uity. Hon. Virgil A. Iiowis was proBont, ind in ono of his oloquont and plowing poochos allowed that Mason City, with nor delightful grounds, abundaneo of fruits, vogotablea, puro wator, cheap fuel and situated in t ho con tor of n popaiatiou of 50,000 pooplo Within a radius >t 15 miles, is ono of the most dosirablo locntions in tho stato for a successful :amp ground. Mason City is accossiblo by throo railroads and tho Ohio und Kanawha rivors, and is only two Hours ride from Jharleston, Parkorsburg and limiting' ton. -Mason City realizes tho bonefits to bo Jerivod from having from flvo to ton housund people spending their sum* mer months in tho groves noar by, and intends to work hard to socuro tho prize. A permanent organisation was ofToct* id, for tho purposo of using (evorv hon? wt eflort to havo tho camp grounds looted horo, consisting of Kov. J5. D. ilanna, proaidont; Judgo ltodmond, vicopro8idont, and II. C. Turnor, mayor >f Mason City, socrotary and troasuror, fcrevoral other comtnitteos wero alao ippointod at this mooting and assignod mportunt work to perform. Mason City is now in good working l_?. in jrdnr, witn many hkuu^ uumw ... ??. iavor. So far who is decidedly in tho end of all hor rivals. Ueotitlduit CI/?mIcj?1 IiiNtltuto. Iiroaddus Classical and SciontiUc In* jtituto, ut Clarksburg, W. Va., will bo ro-oponod Septombor 5. Sevoral hun* Jred dollars hnvo boon oxpondod on tho grounds and building during tho sum* iuer, and thoy arc now in the acrao of thoir anciont boauty. Prof. Wayland F. Reynolds, A. M,, is tbo now. prosidont jf tbo Instituio. Ho is a sou of I>r. tloynoids, now acting prosidont of tho University, and is tbo only man who jvor recoivod tbo A. M. dogroo at tlio Wont Virginia Univoraity at graduation. Tbo truateos aro to bo congratulated that they huvo placed at tbo head of tbo Instittito ono of tbo most intoiiectuat youug mon tbo stato over producod. i'bo vico prosidont and principal of tbo normal department, Prof, W. M. iilnlr, id ouo of tho boat oducntora in tho itato. Tho school proniisos to tnko high rank in Wost Virginia oilucational work, and is tbo only Jiaptiat school in tbo atato. Wifkn tbo bair has fallnri out, loaviui< tho bond bald, if tbo scalp is not shiny, there is a chnncoof regaining the hair by using Hull's Hair lionowor. .. j. ? i Ittiaklrn'4 Arnica flnlvw. Tho boat oaivo in tho world for cnt?, bruises, soros, ulcors, salt rboutn. fovor cores, fottor, chopped hands, chilblains, ' orns. and all skin eruptions, and posilively euros pilot, or no pay required. It i* guarantood to givo porfoct satisfaction or monoy rofundod. Price 23 senta por box. For eaie by Logau Deas Company. \ THAT OIL O.IBH A Correction, Wtitati, It Is Cta!ia?l, did pat Crtrrnft. 7b (V bluer of the Inlrtiynctr 8m: In his card "XX" states in your Monday's paper that the inpretno court ol appeals of West Virginia held "that tlio plaintiffs in tho suit Against Jones wero entitled to sovon-tenths of tho oil produced from the Jonos farm." Tho court held no ?uch thing. On the contrary the conrt hold that Jonei wna entitled undnr tho facts of the ca<i* ns presented to tho court, to all tho oil, oxcopt ono-eighth of seven-tenths thereof, and the suprotno court ordorod that tho injunction then in force restraining Jonoi from selling the oil ahotild be dissolved as to all but onooighth of seven?tonths thereof; that the receiver should rotain possession of tho ono-oighth of tho eovon-tenths of tho oil, and no more, thus rostoring to Captain Jocoa the possession and control of all tho rest of the oil. which may bo promptly sold for ovor $100,000. As tho principal plaintiff' said, after trying to raako himself think ho had won a victory, by his goina ovor all tho Dolnts of tho decision aud claiming that ' ho bud won each ono, in tho stato supremo court: "I can't understand It. Wo won ovory point. But Jouch, bo got tho oil." Dr. Gillotpio'i attornoyi potltionod tho suprnmo court to rohoar andchnngo tbo above decision, with which "XX" Bays the plaintiffs are now so woll coutentod. Tho court refused. Tho plaintiffs romovud tho caso into tho united States court so as to got tho caso away from tho itnto courts, by moans of u falso and insulting oath to our stato judges that, on account of projudico jattico could not bo obtained la any of tho courts of our stato. Tho dofondant has laith in our stato courts, and on his motion tho United Statos court romandod tho caso to the stato court. Plaintiff's next atop to trot away from tho jurisdiction of tho stato supremo court and its decision, with which tho nlnintiU's now protond to bo so woll satisfied, was by boginning a now suit in tho United Status court, which after full discusiion and consideration was dismissed last Friday. At loast two othor untruo and principal statoraonts aro made by "XX," but whatovor ho may herouftor publish in tho prosB, Captain Jonos will only tnko issuu on or notice in tho courta, whoro wo hopo "XX" will yotloarn that a cortain kind of statomunt, which is not corroct, but which somo havo said if woll stuck to, is as good as tho truth, don't go. XX. Whtflinij, AiigiiilQ. NnUlo Comity Xuwtiiutlnua. Bptrfal Dmpnleh tit the inldUacnxr. Caldwklu 0., August G.?Tho Populists of Nobto county havo placod in nomination tho following ticket, mado up of ox-Democrats: Auditor, Ktnmot Franklin jcommisNioner, Jamos Stevens; infirmary director, Petor Uoro. AXIOMS OF ADVERTISING, Advertising is tho strongest link in the chuiu which connects buyer and seller. You may havo noticod that a carpontor's adz makes no impressions without cute. Tho "economical instiuct" is a good thing to rbmotnber in writing a strong advertisement fust now. If you would sond your advertising arrows through the crust of public indlflerenco you must temper their points with reason. To writo an oflectlvo ad ono must be able to hundlo thoao subtle, penetrating words which touch tho vory heart of truth.' Facts may look out of tho momory, learning grow tlat, startling statements shrivol into moro truisms, but a crisn stylo in tho wording of your ads will keep fresh in all climates and in all soasons. "Carry liopo iu your faco"fstho ad ViCO Kivon to n snioaiuuu, uiiu ou III! un poasiblo it should bo rornemborod to "carry hopo" in an advortisomont. Ono point, mado sharp and ehort through a good modium, loaves an iinprossion in many minds. Attomptinir to urgo too many points at ono timo ia about us fruitless as trying to drlro a bunch of awls through a pioco of sololoathcr with tho samo prosauro that it takes to drivo ono.?Printout Ink, The gyuiimtlietlo Htrlko. In a Bormon rocontly tho Kov. William Barton, of Boston, said that a sympathetic strilco romindod him of tho old woman who was unablo to persuade hor pip to jump ovor tho atilo. So she commanded tho dog to bito tho pig. Whon tho dog rofusod? sho comiuandod tho stick to boat tho do?. Then. ae rufusal followed rofuaal, sho ordorod tho tiro to buru tho stick, and tho wator to quonch tho firo, and tho ox to drink tho wator, tho butchor to kill tho ox, and tho ropo to hang tho butchor, and tho rat to gnaw tho ropo, and tho cat to catch tho rat. Iloro, by reason of tho animosity of tho cat airainst the rat, sho succoodod. Tho cat began to catch tho rat, and tho rat to save its lifo bogan to gnaw tho ropo, and tho ropo to oecano destruction bognn to hang tho butchor, and tho butchor to savo his nock bogan to kill tho ox, and the ox bogan to drink tho wator, and tho water to quonrh tho firo, and tho firo to burn tho stick, and tho stick to boat tho dog. Thereupon tho dog procoodod to bito tho pig, and tho pig |utnpod over tho stile, and tho old woman wont on hor way rojoicing. that was tho first sympatboticstriko on rocord. TriiKPtly ??f Two Live*. vmcagu 4 nuum. Tbo lifowork of Farmer Millaap'a wifo j was ovor. Liko a lioad of whout fully ripo slio was uboutto bo Kathorod in by . tho grim harvester. "Obadiah," alio auid, in a feoblo voic;\ ; as tlio iMul (Iron- near peacefully and painlessly, "vou havo boon a good h?n- i baud to mo.' "J liavo triod to bo, Lucindy," ropliod Farinor Millsap. "Vou have laid yonr.solf out to make tbihip easy and comfortable liko for mo." "I liavo always triod to do my sheer, Lueindy." "Obadiah," alio wont on, "wo'vo Ifvod together lifty-ono years, hain't wo?" "Wo have." "And over eineo wo wero married you'vo eat all the bread crusts, hain't you V" 'I won't deny it, Lucindy, I liavo." "You'vo oat tho crusts for fifty-ono yoars, ho's I wouldn't have to oat thctu, hain't you, Obadiah?" "I don't dony It, Lucindy." "Obadiah," said Knrinor Miillaap'a wife, aftor a nnuac, "it was very kind of you. And now you won't mind my tolling you ono thins, will you ?" "So. What ia it, Lucindy?" "Obadiah," and thoro was a world of nolf-abncgation in hor voico, "I always was fond of crusts." It ia important to koop tho livor and kidneys in good condition. Hood's SaraapnriJJa ia tho rotuody for invigorating those organs. 0 t THE FOURTH ASSEMBLY At Epwortli Park, Botheodo, Olilo, Opcuod Up Yesterday, WiTH A LARGE ATTEHDflHCE The Projjrammo In Very Interesting and Attractive!?Homo of tho Feature* ?f tlio Week In Which fe'omo Entertaining Speaker* Take Part. Tho Munlcal Feature# of tho Occaslon Are Predominant. Sptdal C<mirvandtnct of fV IntiUtjenfur. Uetuesda, AugustTbe fourtu annual assembly at this place opened to* day under the most flattering auapicos. As each year has been an improvement over the previous one. ao this year promises to far excol all others in points of attendance and excellence of the programme. The programme committee have mado a most careful selection of the talout placed beforo thorn and a perusal of tho programme shows a most appotizing foast of good things. Among tho faccs that all tormor Kpworthians are glad to boo aro thoao of Doan Wright, of tho Chautauqua School of Theology, and Kov. E. S. Eaton, a greatly gifted man. No one can ailord to miis u word that falls from tho lips of Doan Wright, while Dr. Eaton is a lecturn buronu in himself, and can preach, sing, lecture nn(l with his tuloscopo can lead his hoarora through tho misty nazes of tho universe. Prof. .SI. L. BfcPhfal, of Chicago, will , have chargo of vocal music, Prof. J. (1. Scoror, of Clovolond, will toach oratory and olocution. Those aro auly a part of tho attractions that will mako tho lourth Kpworth assembly tho best in j its history. I An unusually largo nuinbor wore presont at tho ODoning exorciios Monday evening. W e woro glad to sco tho faces of many who aro horo lor tlioir first season. After a praise and prayer Borvico Cr. ( Osborno oxtendod n most hearty woicoino to ovory ono. Dr. Katon thoti gave the ilrut locturo of tho season, his | subjcct bomj? CopornicuH, and the Mirth of True Sclonce. Tho doctor hat lost nono of hi* power to instruct and ontortnin and his locturo on this occasion as usual ploaaod lite audience. Tho mooting cloHod with a genoral I handshaking und tho ronowal of former acquaintances and tho making of i new onos. 1 Tho Jr. O. U. A. M. band of Bollairo is horo, and will furnish music during I (he assotnby. A splendid piano, furnishorf by Mr. i C. J. LiiRocho, of liollairo, ban boon | plncod in position in tho auditorium. Hov. Chandlor, tho oxcollout pastor of tho First church, of Bollairo, proachod | a lino sermon at the church at tbo ontrnnco to tho nark, Sunday. Miss Jossio Jaokloy, of l<ranklin, Iud., | is horo for tho assembly. Mrs. Thoodoro Uorlotto, of St. Louis, is visitina hor parents, Mr. and Mrs. 0. It. Loisuro. Tho littlo child of Mr. Goorce Doyarraon is crowing woakor, and thcro is ' slight hopo for its recovery. Moserju, Frank Mellott and Will Milligan roturnod to Itollniro Monduy, nftor I onioying a rost at tho parkj Mr. Low Uassottc, or Pittsburgh, joinod his family who are spending tho I sumuior hero Saturday evening. _ Mr?. M. E. Urinton und Miss Jossio | joy CO, 01 rilMQurgu, nrrivou noro nutiirdny night for a month's visit with tlioir brother, Mr. Thomas Uoyco. Mr. Hnntor Armstrong of Hollalre, la tho guost of Mr.-Jninus Taliinan. Edgar T. Howoll and wifo aro spending aomo timoon tho grounds. MiBBos|Mattlo Glasgow and Cora Han* kin and Moflira. Jeaao 15. Dun away, E. L. Booth. John L. Cook, F. C. Kctnplo, J. \V. OborraaD,-*J. 15. Blackburn and Herman Fonlko, of Bollniro, roglatorod at tlio Park Hotel Sunday. Moaars. Jaraoa Jeflrlos, jI.IL. Fawcott, Joaao Kolley, Charloa, Dankworth, Thoniaa Iiovco, Jaraoa Oldham, Harry McGregor. Will Pickena, Hobort Mc* Voy, William Dougherty, and Goorgo Uoyco camo out from llollairo Saturday night and will remain aorao titno with tlioir fainllloa. Mrs. E. P. Leo, of tho liarneavillo Enter prim' apont Monday at hor homo in Uarnoaville. Mosara. Charloa Stewart and Wnltor Miller, prominont young mon of Cadiz, j npont. aomo daya on tho grounds last week. Meflnrs. Luto Andrua, Waltor Millor | and Howard Auld, of tho Cupltal City Cycling Club, inado tho trip from Colnmbun on thoir whoela and will remain Boino daya tho gtioata of Mrs. C. II. Dainaol. A Quarter Century Tost, For a quartor of a century Dr. King's Now Discovery has boon toa'tod, and tho millions who have rocolvod bonofit from | its uao toatlfy to ita wondorful curative powers in all dieoaao* of Throat, Choat and Lunga. A remedy that has stood tho toat so long and that has givon so universal eatiafactlon is no oxporlmont. Each bottlo is poaitivolj' guaranteed to givo relief, or the money will bo refundod. It is admitted to bo tho most roliablo for Cougha and Colds. Trial bottlea /reo nt Logan Drug Co.'e Drug Btoro, Largo aizo 50c and SI. 0 ! s IMITATORS I !ABOUND | or rout tlio Nuoflcwfn) tblnff, nud cv , pvoinlly of tlio worliMninod ? Liebig Company's Extract of Beef. Therefore /or kat- O hfujtury nuulu f / yj O j ? In ynnr mnirim: 6 9 not tbw Roiiuino /) ? with thin Hljjna- *r a I 0 tun; In bltio: "* 9 TAN I OllTAIN A PATENT? For ft prompt nnowor onu nn bonot opinion, wrlto to m UNN ?V ?.? who Iiavo tmrt nearly tlftjr mars* oxiKTinncn in the patent bu.Mmi??. Comtuuntav. tlonnrtrtrtly onnfldmitlnl. A IliiiiillionUof Information conromliur I'ntrtit* mid how tn ob. tnln them font AI*o ti rntnloyuoof median* leal ntal mrtontlllo booh* i"?nt frm _ _ PntcntA taken tlmiuch Mwnn ft Co. rocclro uriTiitl notlcoln tlio ?*cli?iitlllc Anirrirnn. am] (Liih am brouuht widely Ut>fnr<* the public with* out rwt to ttjo inventor, Thin uplendld paper, jfMied weekly, vlwutitly lllnxt rated, lia< bjr far t ho lart'rf t cirrntntlcn of uuy notrntltlo work In tho j worlil. S.'l ? yew. BatiiPlc ootile* wnt 1 roc. Iftilftffrur rsiUfoo. monthly. ti.ZO/t yenr. tiinglo eoj'let, rt$ wit*. Kvorr number ootita In* tMiau. tirul plates. in colon, nint idiotoijrniilw of new limits, with plaint, enabilritf mill dura to hIiow tlio luii-.it iifdlwiuunci mnjurocootruet*. .AOdrewi illJNN & VOn New yoilK, Jtil lllUMPVTAY, HJOB -f WORK# NEATI.Y AND PROMPTLY EXECUTED AT THE UiTBLLldESCSa JOU HCOJU Brines comfort and improvement and tends to nersonal onjoyment when rightly usea. The many. who live better than others and onjoy life more, with lew expenditure, by more promptly adapting the worlds beat product* to the needs of physical being, will attest the valuo to health of the pure liquid laxative principles embraced in tho remedy, Syrup of Figs. Its excellence i* due to its presenting in the form most acceptable and pleasant to the taste, the refreshing and truly beneficial properties of a perfect laxative; effectually cleansing the system, dinpulliiig colds, headaches and fevers and permanently curing oonsnjmxiou. It lias riven satisfaction to millions and met with the approval of the medical profession, because it act* on the Kidney* Liver and Bowels without wakening them and it 1r perfectly free from every objectionable substance. Syrup of Fimi in for mile by all druggist* Jii 00c jum #1 bottle* but it ia manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co. only, whose name is printed on every package, also the uauie, Syrup of Fig* and beiug well informed,"you will uo^ occcpt any substitute if offered. HOUSEFURtVfSHINQ GOODS. (Jos mid Gasolf no Stoves of all Slzos. B.F.CALDWELL & CO.'S 1608 and 1510 Markot St. np'.'l Nesbitt & Bro. 1312 MARKET STREET. SEASONABLK GOODS! Jewett's Refrigerators. White Mountain Ice Cream Freezers. Gasolene Stoves. Gas Stoves. Ovens for Gas Stoves. Fly Fans. Water Coolers. Stands for Water Coolers. And huudreds ol otlior tirtlclwi-for summertwo. NESBITT & BRO. p YOU ARE THINKING or VUliCHUINIt K Refrigerator or Ice Cream Freezer Corao and Soo ,Onr Stock. I THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT IN'THE CITY. GEORGE W. JOHNSON'S SONS, myi> 1210 M Kin Ktwbct. PLUMB!NG. ETC. TRIMBLE & LUTZ, SUPPLY HOUSE. I'lnmblner ana Go# Fitting Steam uutl Hot Wutor Ileal iny. A Full Lino of tlio Celobraloil? STEAM POMPS' ?Kept Constantly on HnniL 1.100 AND 101)9 ItAKKKT KTRKBT, WUKKLHO. Holies to Natoral Gas Consumers! Tho IIIDDERD CALORIM' NATURAL OA3 BUKNKRI* thoonly ljuriior on tlio uiurkot that Is u'larntitccil to Rlvu witlufnotlon. J to not docoived iu accoiitinu "Jtrsr m oood" with no yuuruntoo. bold only by GEO. 1IIB1IERD A SON, nrtl _i;il4 Mnrknt Street. -yyiLLlAM 11A RE & SON. Practical Plumbers, GAS AM) STEAM FITTERS, No. 38 Twolfth Stroot. All Work Pi-mo I'roiuttflv at lU'inounblo Prlco*. SUMMER RESORTS. HOTEL + HTGLEN, ATLANTIC CITY, N J.. .MICUrOAN AVISNI'K, NKAll IIUACII. THOROUGHLY 1IISATKD. ?>?) TERMSl: $8 TO $12 PER WEEK. Komi for I'aniphlot* jyy> J. K TtKKI) CONGRESS HALL, OCEAN CITY, BD., TflKtjUKKV CITY ilY T1IKHKA, CAPACITY JM") OUIBTP, NOW OI'EN. Front*directly on tlio ltoacb. Terms S? vj per dny, *10 toSH |htwvok. linoKhhltiR,?Junnln?. Hathlng uud Bulling. No ino??|ultoox. No mulurln. W.O. DKCKUNUAIKJIf, I)'.' Mnniicor. MONTEREY HOTEL. VIIMilNI A AVKNUI5, Atlantic City, - Now Jorsoy. Clos" to tlio bench, hot and cold ?oa wnlcr baths nml nil plactn o( Interest. Newly furnlihcd. lixccllctit tublu, | Jul t IC HEIVCOMEU. , TbeTrainBeSlisRinging Jump aboard and wo will be off on two more delightful and instructive excur. sions, which will be the 19th of Our Charming Series, Under the patronage una uirocuon 01 our supero roruouo ENTITLED . . . t. Glimpses America, No smoke, no dust, No heat, no cdfld, No bad weather, No tiresome waits. EVERYTHING in perfect condition, *" " L'L ^ ** " M FL?rrf? COO Q 6 Lunij-'aiiy jJicuoaiiL auu in a rocking chair of supreme comfort for every member. Our party, though now very large in numbers, will be conducted out of Yellowstone National Park, by great harvest fields in Dakota, across Minnesota to St. Paul, thence through Iowa for a visit to Dells of the Sioux. Out of ' these dreamy dells we proceed along the Elkhorn Valley, by places once red with the blood of battle, to the Black Hills. Thence back by many a wonderful scene, made famous by Indian legend to Minnehaha Falls, over St Croix's beautiful river to the romantic Dells of the Wisconsin. The Descriptions accompanying these scenes of nature in Glimpses of America, are like bouquets rich with color, and filling the atmosphere with .perfume. part 19 Embraces 00 BEAUTIFUL Pllotog].aplls The Chancel, Crystal Cave ; Devil's Thumb; The Devil's Chair; The Devil's Tower; Tea-table Rock; Dome Rocks; Squaw's Chamber, Dells of the Wisconsin; The Narrows; Castlo Tower; Crow Butte and Signal Rock; Skylight Cave, Dells of the Wisconsin; Cliff near Mouili of Witches' Gulch; Hawk's Bill, Falls of St. An11 *ru-' Uatrnnt WlfrhrK* filllrll ! WllirlnOOl tunny i I liu ? UH.wo ?ww , . Chamber; Minnehaha Falls in Summer; Romance Cliffs; Signal Rock, near Camp Douglas; Minnehaha Falls in Winter; Hornet's Nest, Dells of the Wisconsin; Cleopatra's NeeJle; Cleft Roclc, Devil's Lake; Bridge over the St. Croix River. Certainly there is enough variety in these views, anJ they are all as excellent as the most perfect artist in photography can make them. Beautiful as are the pictures, they are no mure dunning tlun is the author's descriptive text. i " " " One Coupon cut from the First Paste of the Intelligencer and Ten Cents for each part. Address the Art Department DAILY INTELLIGENCER, WHEELING, W. VA. i