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IT WAS ENGLAND'S DAY.
Prince of WalM Brltmnnla Qlvoa tha Vigilant a Drubbing. IT WAS A BRILLIANT ASSEMBLAGE Tbat WltnoMed tho BriUnala Adminiater tho VlgHant Her Eleventh Defeat?Yachting Experts tiny the faako0 Got Her Wont Drubbing Yesterday?Detail* ol tbo Race, Coin, Iblb or Wioiit, Aajput 9.? The yachting eathtuiula of Gowet tad its neighborhood wore utir at aa early hoar to-day, and when they glanced to i windward aad caw aijma of frcshoainc | iii tko stiffish westerly brwH which ! >11 then blowing they want to breakI fut with considerable satisfaction, anticipating * splatldld day's racing on this, the third day of the regatta of tho j Horal Yacht aquadron. On (be horizon angry little clouds wore chasing each other merrily all 1 over the solont, wboro wbltecapa wore 1 lifting their c rot tod heads M the aou at intervals gleamed through tho clouds : and enlivened what 'was othorwlao a dull and frowning morning. Interest In tbe Vigilant Increases rather than diminishes. Iter victorloa over the slippery cutter Britannia have caused intonso feeling In England and treat excitement among tho yachtsmen hare. Consequently the yachting (loot, gay with buutiug, was crowdod with | yachtsmen, yacnwwomon aau iu??r guests, all anxious to witness anothor strugglo between tbo rivals bo power- ( fully graceful beuoath thoir clouds of canvas at they swept about so skilfully , guided, somo time before the start, toating the wind and stretching sails in j preparation for the race. , Jiore, thoro and everywhere could bo | eeon swift gliding gigs, propollod by , muscular arms, and buzzing little stoam , or naphtha launches, convoying guests , to the yachts, provisioning tbo yachts , or taking mo?Bage? from one bout to another. There was bright life and ox* , clteinont everywhere; the strain of ner- , vousneas produced by anticipated sport , ?tbo keen anticipation of a cloaoly con- , totted ovont. The bluo blood of yacht- , ing England looked on as the prepara- ; tions for the groat .event wero concluded, tbo patrons of British sport being eugor for the start and longing to seo , the prince of Wales' cutter victorious. | Tho Vigilant, Britannia, Satanita, . Meteor, Corsair and Namari wero en- , terod for to-day's ovont, tho town prize , of ono hundred pounds for all yachta of j not less than thirty tons belonging to , any recognited yacht club. The courso was what is known as the j Queon's courso, somowhat lees than fifty | miles, forty-sovon miloa estimntod, , which varies according to wbother tho , yachts aro ordered to start to tho enst- j ward or to the wostward. Tho sailing , committee, selecting tho best wind, docide this point previous to tho starting , gun being fired. To-day the cominittoo aeut tho yachts away to tbo wostward, . only tho Vigilant and Britannia atari- i ing, tho othors having littlo or no , chance of making evon a decant show- , ing with the two cracks. Tho course was from the Royal yacht squadron caa- , tlo at Cowos to and around tho East Lepe buoy, leaving it to starboard, then | eastward, south of tho west Bramblo , buoy out to boa and arounu mo *vnrner , light ship, leaving it on too starboard , baud, then back westward, passing north oi Nomnn Fort, loaving it to port, thonco back to tho starting point; , twico around this courso to comploto : the nominal fifty milos. . I Vigilant to-day, ae on Saturday, al- , lowed tho Britannia 2 minutes 4 eoc- j otids. Vigilant, at first, cruised about , without a club top-sail, bat she soon i followod tho Britannia's oxaraple and , hoisted her iack-yardor just as thogun was being primed for firing. Tho dashing Yankeo sloop to-day was a littlo too soon aud noaringtho lino slightly ahoad of timo she had to hold np for a fow seconds. Tho Britannia gaugod hor timo more correctly and crossod tho lino just as the gun was fired, socurlng tho weather berth, tho American yacht following tbrco seconds later. Tho Brltaunia at tho end of tho first round bad a lead of . 2 minutes 38 seconds. Tho yachts bont towards the Lopo buoy Tory prettily, tiio quicknoss of the cutter in stays apparently liolping hor, for she outlottcd tho slop and pnssod tho buov with a lead of 1 minuto 40 seconds. the times boro wore: Jiritannlt......* M.10h 54m 4'* ....... - .......IQU 66m Sis Tho Britannia was first to run out her spinnaker, the Vigilant following lator. ^ ^ , By this time tho wiou nan iroaouned and both yachts carrying flying jibs, thoy rippod along at a spanking pace, evory inch of canvas filled to tho ut- . most, leaving broad looming stroaks of wako behind them and travolling faster than the ordinary steamer could do. In this rattliug run tho Vigilant per. coptibly diminished tho gap between Jior and tho cnttor. Pasaing tho Cowes , flag boat aoing eastward tho yachts wero timed aa followa: Uriutiaia.^. 0.4m fit Vl^iltol lib asm 2G? Tho Vigilant gained 24 soconds on her rival in tho raagniflcont run out to tho Warnor lightship. Tho Vigilant continuod to Rain and was not for bo- 1 hind when tho Warnor lightship was 1 rounded in tho following times relatively: Urtlaun(a......?,?.....MM......M....MMM lib Mm Vigilant..... .. llh 45m 4*js 1 Tho Vigilant at this stago of tho raco was only 29 soconds bohind tho loador, but after rounding tho lightship tho Britannia began to pall away stoadily. Tho diminishing of tho llritamiia'e load on tho way to tho lightship is attributed ; to the fact that on noaring East Cowos " ' * " T*-:* Imp tinin J oint ino uriimiuiu i<uu<?<. ... .... ? uakor. Tlio Vigilant on tho otlior hand hold on to hor groat cloud of spin* nnkor oil 1c with good results. Tno Uritannia continnod to widon bor loud during tho boat back to Cowes, anil nt tho ond of tho first rouud tho Vigilnnt was about half a inilo astorn. Tho rirst round was corapiotod as fob i lows: Hrttiin(ila..MMMM 07m PU VlKlldnt..,^.. ... r.'li OOrn 24-t Tho prineo of Wales yacht, as a rosult of clovor work in stays during tho boat buck to Cowos, had a load of 2 minutes, SIS socohds at tho ond of the first round. Tho Uritannia, in tho boat back to tho i Lope buoy, in the iocoml round, in- i creased iior lead to 3 minutos, 48 seconds, tho mark being roundod in tho i following tfnlOfl: i Hrltnnalo lb lf.in X* VlfllaOl Ill If* | After rounding tho lopo mark spinnakers woro set for tho run back to Warner lightship. , The time of tho two yachts nt tho finish woro: Krltatirila w.Sh Hm Kto i ^ 'f llAUt ?.. ... ? *Ui Mai 07* Tho Uritannia won by 2 minutos and I 32 seconds without coaming bor time i allowance, ?o<l by 4 minutes *nd 10 seconds corrected time. There were no flakes to-day oo either side, and It la admitted by the Vigilant** warmest admirers that ber defeat upoa thla occaiion *u the worst she haa snstaloed during her brilliant career. This waa tbo eixteontb raco in which the rival American and British yachts have taken part, and the score now stands eleven victories for tbo Britannia snd five victories for the Vigilant. ro TAX NATION A Ij DANK NOTES, rtie History of Uia BUI Jtut Paa??d-!u Object?Now in the Pmldrat'i Uaadi. M^siiixoto*, D. C., Augusta?The only financial legislation accomplished by this Congress, except the repeal of tho purchasing clause of the Sherman act and tho passago of tbo seignlorago bill, which received tbo Presidential vote, is tbo bill to subject to state tax* atlon national bank notes and United States treasury notes, which pasiod the bouao Tuesday with senato amendments. Attempts have been made in nearly overy Congress slnco tho war to subject uieio lorma ol money to taxation. Senator McDonald, of Indiana, introduced a bill in the Fortieth Congress for this purpoio, and in 18H0 when Senator Edmunds woa chairman of the senate committee on tbo judiciary, a similar moaanre was reported by that committee, and passed tbo eonato but failed in the house. lteprosentative Coopor, of Indiana, who introducod tbo bill which is now in the President's handa for approval, has rnndo an unusually active campaign for it. it waa approvod by tbe house com* mittee on banking and currency by a majority of ono, Mr. Walker, of Massachusetts, voting with the DomocraU for, Mr. .Springer and Mr. Johnson, ot Ohio, with thu Kopublicans nuaiust it, tho latter becauso ho boliovos in tho Btngio tax | upon land. Mr. !Cooper made a poraonal canvass af tno houso aud estimated that tbo bili , would rocolvo 200 votes. there waa not i a full houso and It paaaed by 143 to 41. ft was roferrod to the judiciary committee of tho sonato, because tho flnanco uommittcewaa on gaged with tho tariff bill and passod tho sonato without division. Tbo bill provides that circulating notes of national banking asnociatioas j nod Uuitod States logal tendor notes, ind other notes and certificates of tho [TnluM U??itna nnfffiMn nn Hiimnnrl and ilrculating or intended to circulate as carroncy, shall not bo oxompt from taxation undor tho laws of any state or territory, providod that taxation is oxor-, sifioa at tho samo rato and in tho samo 1 manner aa upon other property or money. Tho three acta authorizing the isau-1 auco of groonbecks each pat in circulation $150,000,000, but the total amount was afterward roducod to $346,000,000? j i Gguro that has remained permanent, I although much of tho monoy haa been lost or destroyed. Each issuing act dozlurod tho greenbacks exempt irom i taxation by state or municipal authority, an vroll aa all othor obligations of tho Unitod States, and under this law iro tho Shorman notes for tbo purcbaso j ?f bullion, $150,000,000 of which woro isauod undor tho act of 1800. There | iro, in round numbors, 1500,000,000 of United State* notca exempt from taxa-1 tion. Efforts to tax monoy as othor personal | property is taxed, aro mado by most of tho states and territories. Tho average rato is eatimatod at $1 50 for atato and < :ounty and $1 for city taxos on $100. | It is roprosontod that most of theso , [>xoinpted forms of currency havo boen ivithdrawn from circulation and aro i being hoarded by banks and individu- j \la, as they have an advantage over gold and silvor, which aro subject to taxation. Against tho bill it was argued that it | was an iufriugemont upon tho soversigntv of tho gonoral government to portnit stato and municipal authorities lo tax its monetary issues, but on tho j athor hand it was pointed out that tho states were not pormittod to discriminate against any forms of monoy, and that these greenbacks should he placed an tho samo basis as gold and silver. THE COWBOY EVANGELIST And Ota Wife Id Trouble?Mrs, Klcfl llrutally AunulteU by a Hotel Haa. Atlantic City, N. J., August 9.-?Juatin Rice, tho cowboy ovangeliit, and his wifo, aro again tho talk of tbo town. Mr. Rico had agreed to koop his room at a hotol of which 0. B. Uouso is man> a?or, until Septembor. Thoro was a dornand lor tho room and Monday Jlanacor Iloaso askod thorn to vacate. Tho | Rices agreod to do so last night. Thoro woro somo wordi botweon Mr. Rico and tho manager during tho afternoon, and j whon Mr*. Rica camo to aupper aho found hor things out in tho hall and < tho door padlocked. Sho apoko to I House about it, who, abo aaya, callod I her a vile name. 8ho flung a pocket! teatameut at him. It is said ho knocked hor down and kicked her soveral times , and was only dragged away by an ox-1 preiBman who happened to drop in. Mrs. Rico, who is in a weak condition, it roportod to bo dangerously hurt. Tho I cowboy ovangolist was prevented from attacking tho manager, but ho smashod ' *1 ' ?l>? ??nm fmm whloti in U10 Uuur ui v?<?> awutu ..?rn ........ thoy had boon ovictod and Mrs. Rico is now Wing tboro. Strangely onough abo is undor arrest for assault on a warrant aworn out by House. Ofoxicno Corn Crop. Wasmxoton, August 0.?In viow of tbo uncortnin atato of our corn crop, tho following roport, datod August 1, to tho dopartmont of stnto, from Consul Gon* oral Crittondon, at Moxico, is of interest: I Up to tho drat of July it was thought tho corn crop would bo a failure and on-1 tail much sufloring and mako further domands upon tho treasury of this coun- j try to supply from tho United 6tates tho dofktoncy in ordor to save many I porsons from starvation. In July hoavy rains foil over tho groator part of this ' ropublic, ovon whoro no rains had fallen for ecvor?l yoars. It is now he- j lievod that tnoro than half a crop willI 1)0 grown. l^i?o railroad ofliciols have l?n/>? ?infniirfl(?od to tho boiiof that thoir business will bo much improved by tho lata rains. Tho rainy seaaou was almost two mouths later than last eoaaon. It r< mini fur Loyal MIiium. fKOHTiiuim, Mo., August 9.?Tho Consolidatod Coal Company has notified all tho minora whostuck to their pouts during t)io lato protracted atril'.o that thoy will oach rocoivo nino months ront and fuel froo. Four 1U? 1 Having tho noodod morit to mora than mako good all tho ndvortising claimed for thorn, tho following four rornodioa havo roachod a phenomenal boIo, Dr. King's Now Discovory, for consumption, coughs and colds, oach bottlo jjuarantood?Elcctric Bittora, tho L'roat romody for Hvor, utouinch and kidnoyi, Duoklon's Arnica Nalvo, tho host in tho world, and Dr. King's Now Lifo rills, which aro a porfoct pill. All thoso rotnodios aro -guaranteed to do just what is clalmod for thom nnd tho dealer whoso narno is attached horowith will bo glad to toll you inoroof thom. Bold at Logan Drug Company's drug Btoro. i , ISPWOKTH PARK. A Day Fruitful of Maelt GoeX!?Ttie Ej?worth Loofftie Cootrortou-Ur. Rktoo't L*cl?r# Is the Ettalac-frrNMl ColoU. Visitor* from VhNllac. Bperial Oermpnmknet of the tnkHoetcr Erworru Park, bjmiesru, aukqi 19.? Tbo found of the reveille at 6 o'clock arouaod tbe rotideota of the park to tbo do tie* and pleaturea of another day. Considering tbo early boar matini at 6:20 irere veil attended. Tbe derotional bour at 8 o'clock waa led by Rev. Meek, of Centenrille. Tbe intareat in tbe normal Bible class ia growing greater, aa could scarcely help being tbe case, since it is in charge of l)r. Manchester, an excellent teacber. Prof. -Scorer ia meeting witb success u teacher ol the clasiot In elocution tod oratory. Tho morning loctare at 10:30 by Dean Wright again attracted a largo audience. Tho subject of tho discourae waa Christ and the Prophecy of David. The Dean beliovea in going to the foundation of things and thinks no one should arrlvo at a conclusion without sufficient ovidonce to provo that tho thing is so. After tho dinner hour iho band gavo aconcort from tho stand in the auditorium. At 1 o'clock class work was again taken up. Dr. Eaton occupied tho time from 1:30 to 2:30 tolling of "Great rocont discovories in sclouco and religion." At 2:30 tho Epworth Loaguo convention was called, Kov. G. M? llollot, district secretary, presiding. Dr. Borrv was introdncod and was received with tho Chantauqua salute. Tho doctor gavo on iuepiring address, which filled tho hoarts of all Epworth longuora with ronewod zeal in thoir work. At 4 o'clock thoro was a mooting of the ministers' institute, condnctod by Dean Wright, and also a meeting of the chorus class. The focial hour is always well improved and aftor tho lecturos and work of tho day tho rest is vory grateful. . Tho evoning lecture by Dr. Eaton was ono of bis bost. Subjoct~"A Long Folt , Want." Tho doctor began by tolling that if tho human raco had doublod in population oach conturv thoro would now be two and ono-third quintlllions of poof>le on tho earth; no doubt thoro would iavo been births enough to amount to this. Iluman boings are plentiful enough ai it Is. Tho proaent great want is not more mon nnd women but moro mm and woman. Ideal pooplo? physically, montally and morally complete?was tho burdon of tho locturo, illustrated by numerous incidents, facta nnd humorous anecdotes. Mrs. Holmos, a charming lady of Philadelphia, is the guest of Mrs. ham* est Ely. ilr. and Mrs, K. Ilogo, of Wheeling, ? ? .i_- i II.. -i w. aro VlBlllug iud mmny vi mi, iuuiuho Rogers. J Kev. Englo, of Zano Stroot M. E. j church, Wheeling, is an intoroated at- i tondant at tho varioua exorciaoa. ' Miaa Nottio Knton, of Barnoavillo, ia ! visiting hor friend, Miaa Clara Wright, i Mrs. Ilattio Laiuretof Martin's Ferry, ' and Miaa Foiton, of Now Castlo, Pa., aro , visiting Mrs. Jaraea Tallman. : Mra. K. F. Criawoll, of Wheeling, waa hero Thursday arranging for a tent Sho . and hor family will arrlvo Friday to remain during tho soaaon. Mrs. Martha Bakor, of Beliairo, and aon Howard, of Arcade, Ind., aro spending a fow days on tho gronuds. Mesara. Clyde Dowdoll and Wilber Dormott, of Vvhooling, aro visiting Mr. and'Mrs. McGrosor. Mr. and Mra Frazior and dau^hfor arrived Wodnoaday and aro occupying a eottago on the grounds. A ploaaaot party of young ladies from Beliairo, consisting of Miaeoa Minnie Loocb, Maria and Myrtlo Cioinons, Minnio and Carrio Wnastnan and Minnio Cotta, aro at tho hotel for tho remaindor of tho aaaombly. Mr. Bun Warrock, a promiuont young raorcbant of Wheeling, is visiting Mr. & 6. Foreman. Mr. Frank Armstrong, of Arinetrong'e Mills, accompanied by Miaa Danford, of tho eamo place, and Miss "Wlcard, of Wheeling, was a Thursday visitor. Mra. Charloa Gill ia ontortaining her friend, Miaa Annie Boyd, of Wheeling. J A gamo of baso ball Wodnoaday betweon the Bothoada and Quakor City cluba roeultod in a score of 10 to l'J In ? J- I I javor oi uutuunuu. r Postmaster Anderson and wifo and Mra. Ilarry Howard woro Thursday . visitors. Miss Kiln Griffon, of Barnosvillo, is tho cuoat of Mian Laura ltogers. Misa Gortio Fawcett is ontortaining hoc friend, Mies Ella Clements, of Bollairo. Moaars. Frank and Will Manchoator, sons of i)t. Maucboater, ore receiving a t cordial welcomo from many formoT * frionds. Tho auditorium was nicoly docoratod for tho day by a commit Wo of ISpworth Loaguo workers. Tired, Weak, Nervous, moans Impuro blood, and ovorwork or too much strain on brain and body. Tho only way to euro ia to food tho ncrvofl on puro blood. Thousands of pooplo certify that tho boat blood purifier, tho boat norve tonic and strength buildor is Hood's Sarsaparilla. What it has dono for otliora it will also do for you.?llood'a Curoa. Hood's Pills euro constipation by ro- j storing poriataltic action of tho alimentary canal. 2 "I know an old coldlor who had . chronic diarrhoea of long standing to havo been pormanontly curod by tak- " ing Chamborlain'a Colic, Cholora ond . Diarrlui-a Roinody," Bays Edward Slmmpik, a prominent druggist of Minneapolis, Minn. "I havo eold tho remedy in this city for over sovon years and . conaidcr it suporior to auy othor modicino now on tiio markot for bowol com- | plaintH." 11 Glasses 1; I 1 ^ For 25c.^ | | GEM SODA WATER, j J Many Uiwors. MiuSu In mnluuto Health- J I ful. rcfrc^bluRnrid delicious. A poiitivu ? I dulfftht for home, plculc or trnvel. Try j| * II. Sold ovcrywhciu l'rlco '25c. Dy J ? mull :?c. 4 J | GEM,SODA WATER CO., j ' 1IU7 N. Front St., rhlludol|?liln. j ? I* A?Aid 1 PHOTOGRAPHY. ! Higgins1 Gallery, , l 43 TWnr.KTH bTIlKKT. # ? Photographs jyjYLEe>' A lit STUDIO. pnOTOGHAPHS. I'onrnAjTB IN TASTKU On, Ciiayom. WATM and Ink. 2154 7UTK1N STHSBT, Jel3 Brings comfort and improvement and tends to nereonal enjoyment when rightly usea. The mauy. who live better than others and enjoy life more, with lew expenditure, by more promptly adapting the world's boat product* to the ceeos of physical being, will attont the value to With of the pure liquid luxntivo principles embraced in tho remedy, 8yrup of Fig*. Its excellence is due to its presenting in the form m(*t acceptable and pleas' ant to the taste, the refreshing and truly beneficial proj>erties of a pcrfect laxative ; effectually clean wing the system, dispelling colds, headuchw and fevers ana permanently curing cuuou|niti<m. It has given aattofuction to million# and met with the approval of tho medical profession, because it acts on tbo Kidney*, Liver aud Dowels without weakening them ami it is porfectly Irto from every objectionable nul*tauce. Syrup of Figs is for sale by all druggists In 50c and $1 bottle*, but it is manufactured by tho California Fig fcJyrup Co. only, whose name in print**! on every package, a/?o the name, Syrup of Fig*, and being woll iufortned/you will no* acccpt any Hutwtituto if offered. W. L. DOUGLAS SHOES. W. L. Douglas ISTHCBtBT.i* y<| .QllWb NO SQUCAMNQ. f. 4,15. CORDOVAN. j FRD<CH& ENAMELLED CALT ?tS*3.iPP0UCE,3Soia. awsikc,: ^' StSSEND FOR CATALOGUE (^VTW'L*DOUGLAS, ( BROCKTON. MASS. Von can tare rnonry by pnrcbavlug W. L. Dittiulun t?bo*i?, Because. we nre tbe largest manufacturer* of tdvcrtiteu shoes in tbe world, and p?anvnt ? tbo value by stamping tbe name ana price on tbe bottom, whlcn protects you against high prices and the middleman's profits. Our sbo?s rquoi custom work In style, easy fitting and wearing gunlttles. We bn*e them sold everywhere nt lower prices for the value given tbnn liny other make. Take no snbstitute. If your Sealer cannot supply you, we can. Sold by ?. r, fir. inMir.iiui.ii, ?iiu ?u.i??vu? r. T. HTOWK, 104a Mnln Htmwt. jvrt-wuMr HOUSEFURNISHING GOODS. tias and Gasollno Stoves of oil Sizes. 3.F.CALDWELL & CO.'S 1508 and 1610 Market St. mci Nesbitt & Bro. 1312 MARKET STREET. SEASOXAI1LE 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. ind hundred* of other nrttclei /or sammorusoNESBITf~& BRO. ?F YOU ARE THIN KINO or nracnisixo a Refrigerator or Ice Cream Freeier Coino mid Soo Our Ktock. THE LAltGErfT ASSOKTMKNT IN'TOE CITY. 3E0RGE W. JOHNSON'S SONS, my? 1210 Si AW Sthrkt. PLUMBING. JETC. TRIMBLE & LUTZ, SUPPLY HOUSE. IMnnililiii* mid dm FltdlilP. Slonra mill Hot lVafer Hculing. I Full Ljoo of tho f-clebratod? s\?w STEAM PUMPS ?Kept Cotutttutly ou Hand. I .*.00 A>l> IMS JIAWKKT STUKBr, WIIEKI.no. iotice to Natural Gas Consumars! Tho HIDBERD f ALOKIKK' NATURAL ?Afi ! IUKNKK 1* Ihootilr burner ou the unrknt thin ? KMirmiicoil to Kivu ISo not (] > iclfw! In ncnoptlnjc "JiMf ah houd" with uo [uuruutuo- Holil ouly l?y J OKI). UIDBERD & HON, J mf.\ ] IflM Market HtrmL I yyILLIAM IIAIlE A 60S. Practical Plumbers, (JAM AMI STEAM FITTERS. No. 38 Twelfth Struot. All Work Douo Promptly at Itcuooabte Prices. TheTraiaBi Jump aboard and we w dellehtful ar>3 ii slons, whteh 19th of Our Cto Under the patronage and dirt! jbmm?ENTITLED . . . 1 G; La. No smoke, no di No heat, nc No be IV ^ # ^ tm PVERYTHIN in a rocking chair c member. Our part numbers, will be c National Park, by g across Minnesota 1 Iowa for a visit to these dreamy dell! (Torn Valley, by pla of battle, to the E many a wonderft Indian legend to Croix's beautiful ri the Wisconsin. T panying these seer of America, ai color, and filling th part 19 Emb Xlio Following The Chance!, Crystal Cava ; Devil' Devil's Tower; Tea-table Rock; Don of the Wisconsin; The Narrows and Signal Rock; Skylight Cave, near Mouth of Witches' Gulch; thony; The Fairies' Retreat; Chamber; Minnehaha Falls in Sumn near Gamp Douglas; Minnehaha Fall: the Wisconsin; Cleopatra's Needle; over the St, Croix Uiver. Certainly there is enough variet as excellent as the most perfect artis Roflntifnl are the oictures. thev a author's descriptive text. One Coupon cut from 1 telligencer and Ten Cen dress the Art Dep. I DAILY INTEI \ 3il is Ringing 'ill be off on two more nstructive excuri will be the arming Series, mtloa of oar Superb Portfolio impses merica. ist, > cold, ad weather, lo tiresome Waits, I G in perfect condition, a company pleasant and >f supreme comfort for every y, though now very large in onducted out of Yellowstone reat harvest fields in Dakota, to St Paul, thence through Dells of the Sioux. Out of 5 we proceed along the Elkres once red with the blood Hack Hills. Thenco back by iI scene, made famons by Minnehaha Falls, over St. ver to the romantic Dells of he Descriptions accomles of nature in Glimpses e like bonquets rich wltb e atmosphere with perfame. races 00 BEAUTIFUL L 0 Photographs: s Thumb; The Devil's Chair; The 10 Rocks; Squaw's Chamber, Dells ;; Castlo Tower; Crow Butte Dells of the Wisconsin; Cliff Hawk's Bill, Falls of St AnWitches' Gulch; Whirlpool ler; Romance Cliffs; Signal Rock, s In Winter; Hornet's Nest, Dells of Cleft Rock, Devil's Lake; Bridge y In these views, and they are all it in photography can make them. re no more charming than is the * the First Page of the Ints for each part. Adart merit, XIGENCER, WHEELING, W. VA.