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10 Collectors of Oaatom* Throughoat tho Country. HEW FREE LIST G0E3 INTO EFFECT Secrowrr C?rllilo Telecrapti?til? Construction of the Law. Us will Confute (bo Intention or Conerrm end Ignore Mnro Tocbnlcalltln ? Reimportation not Ito. (julrod. t Wajhikotoh, D. C? Aogoet 27.?8ocTtUiv CerlUla bu decided and will In tract cat toon collector! that goode placed in bonded warehouses ander tho McKinloy law and undo froo of duty coder the now Urltf act ire entitled to free ontry and neod not bo oxportod and relmportoa in oraer to gei (Do benefits of tbe now act. Tbis is of especial intorest to tbo wool trado, u a Ijrgo amount of wool Is stored now in bonded warehouses. In this as all otbor mooted questions tbe secretary will follow tbo Intent of Congress and let aggrieve*^ parties appoal to tbe coerta if tboy care to contost on tochoicul grounds. In accordance with this determination bo undoubtedly will bold that diamonds aro dutlablo, notwithstanding the erroneous punctuBtiou of tho froo list. Tho socretary tOKlay sent tbo following telegram to customs officials at all port* oftbo United States: "Vessels with cargo not discharged nor entorod for consumption may bo mado vessol warehouses temporarily for inch goods as sball bo ontored to-day in bond." Tbo socrotnry to-day eont the following tologram to colloctors at Row York, Hun Francisco, Boston, Philadelphia. Ualtimore, New Orleans, Chicago and Port Townsend, Wash.: "Tmeasury Department, ) Office ov tjie Skokbtary, > Wahuinotox, D. C., August 27, 1994. J ColUctoTtofCuttovu: You aro instructed as follows, concerning tho collection of duties undor tbo recent rovonue loglslution of Congross: "First?All articles horotoforo Bubjoot to duty but mudo froo by tbo provisions of tbo now act may bo withdrawn from trnrnhmiRo an and after Aucuat 28.1894. without tbo paymontof duty. "iiocoud?All manufactured articles specifically or generally provided for In echodulo K, which are compoaod wholly of materials otbor than wool or worsted, or of which somo ono inatoriul otbor than wool or worsted is the componont part of chiof vuluo, will be oduiittod on and aftor August 20, 1SI?4, at tbo rato of duty proscribed in tho now act; all other manufactured articloa specifically or nonorally provldod for In snid acliodulo will continue, until January 1,1895, to pay the'ratoe of duty itnpo9od thoreon by the act ontitlod, An Act to Roduco tbo Rovenuo. Equalizo Duties on Imports, and for Other Purposes, approved Octobor 1, 1800. "Third?Cofleo and too, and hidoa and skins, raw or uncurod, wbother dry, salted or pickled, will bo admittod free of duty on and after tbo twenty-eighth dav of August, 1894, and treasury circular 6 12,310, dated March 24. IS02, issuod in nccordauco witty proclamations of tho President of the United States datod March 15, 1802, and directing tho collection of dutios upon certain artioles, (jelnff tho products of, or exf ortod from, Vouezuela, Colombia, and luvti, is hereby rovokod. (Signed) J. o. Carlisle, Secretary." Although, as stated, it is Socretary Carlisle's purpoBQ that tho intont ot changes shall bo followod, it ie loarnod that as to all questions of orrors in punctuation Socrotary Carlislo will ninko no decisions or give no instructions to collectors nntil aftor tho actual cases havo come boforo hjm on appeal from tho decisions of tho board of uonoral appraisers as to whothor diamonds, soods and certain otbor articloa are, by tbo 1 terms of tho bill, on tho dutiablo or tho i free list, collectors will, of courso, without any Instructions, hold them to bo dutiable in order to protect thctusolvos, ! and importors must go to law if thoy I contoet those rulings. ASCERTAINING LAKI3 CURRENTS, j I'rof. UarrlDgton Obtnlurt Data to Completo Wsatber Map*. Wabiiisotow, D. C., August 27.?Mark Harrington, chief of tho woathor bu- ' roan, rocotly roturnod from a trip along | tbo nortbwoat ahoro oi l-ako csuporior, undertaken with tho pnrposo of a eur- | vey, in ordor to comploto tho woathor bureau maps abowing tbo curronta of | the groat lakes. Tho professor was accompanied bv Mr. N. B. Comber, tho i inspector of tfio lako marine work. Tbo trip was made in a sailboat, with a j crew of tbroo mon, in which tho pro- I feasor approachod,tho aborcaof LakoSu- j perior and the shore* of tho island. , Owing to tbo cbarnctor of tho northwest coast of Lake Superior and tho shoros of tho Ialo Royal, which aro vory | rocky and stoop, showing tho occurrenco I of a vory heavy aurf, it is imposaiblo for j tho enrront bottloa uaod in tho dotor- 1 xnination of lako curronta to bo landed i without breakago. In fact, only ono J current bottle has beon rocovorod from thoso shoros, and that in a doop inlet on lalo Royal, which tho aoaa did not reach. Owing to tbo abBcnco of information | to bo obtained in tho usual way, Prof. Harriugton was forcod to roly upon | other mothocls, such as tho indications of drift wood, tho drift of wroskngo and j accounts of fisherman; alao diroct ol>- j uorvationsof tho drift of floating objocts, j tho distribution of aurfaco tern poraturos, etc. Prof. Harrington roports to tbo snore- J tary that from tho information obtain- | ed, ho has mado it possible to fully com- i ploto tbo schomo of aurfaco curronta for Lako Superior oa shown on tho map I which accompanies tho roport Many tomporaturo observations wcro | takou "during tbo trip, observations i which showed aorno interesting facts. It was found, for inxtanco, that tho ' tctijpernturo of tbo wotor in Lako Super- . inr in trnmv IrttW. nSDOciulIv iu tllO OPOtt I Juko, fulfill# flornotiruns iu July and j August bolow 40 domes. I Til 13 NEW STAMPS i H'lll 1m Randy for ITun Kvnrywhnr? 1?y the | JMr*t of Kof?mbar. I Wabiunoton, August 27. ? Gonoral | changes in tho postago stamp Issuou i liavo boon ordorod by tho postofficodol?arimonU Many of thoatntnpa which | havo boon issnod for yoars huvo boon ordered dlucontinuod and a uumbor of now denominations in tho eovoral Ibsuos will heroaftor bo put into uio. This readitntmoot of ttio stamp iftsuo is provided for in an ordor eont bv Third Andistant Postmaator Gonoral Korr (Jraijfo to tin* buroau o! oujrravinjj and prlntinir, which holds the prosoflt postage stauip contract. The object i? to rodoco the number of denominations and get rid of some of the old stamps. The changes take effect to-dajr. The present stock of old stamps will lait aboat two months and the postal officials expect to place the new series on tale throughout the conntry on Novomber L In the ordor aeries tho 30 aod 90 cent denominations will bo discontinued and tho new denominations to be issued are GO cents, $1, *2 and *5. In tho ne*spaper seriea tho omittod donominstioni ore 4, 6, 9,12, 24, 30, 48 and 90 eeata and 81 92, $3, Stf, 59, $12, $24, $30, $4S and $00. The now eerios will hare added tho denominations of 25 and 50 coots and $2, $5. I1Q, $20, &0 and glOO. TUG ItETfKKNO SGNATORS WIiom Terms are to be Filled or U?n Already Ueeti. Wahiijxgtok, D. 0., August 27.?Tho tonne of the following Unltod6tat?aaon ton oxplro March 3, nozt, aod tbo leglilaturoa which chooao thoir auceeiaori are to bo olacted tbia tall: riAmniiriita Tamoa IT llnrrv I A rlr?n> aoshMatthow 0. Butler, (South Carolina); DoaoUoa Cafferoy, (Louisiana!; Johnson N. Carndoo, (West Virginia); Klchard Coke, (Toxaa): Iahatn 0. Harris, (Tonnessoo); William Lindsay, (Kentucky); John Martin, (Kansas); John R. McPhorson, (Sow Jersey); 3I?lt W. Hansom, (North Carolina); Patrick Walsh, (Georgiu). Kopublicans?Joseph M. Carey, (Wy? oming); William E. Chandlor, (Now Hampshire); Shelby U. Cullom, (Illinois); Wiljiam P. Fryo, (Maino); Anthony Hiirgina, (Dclawaro); Goorgo F. Hoar, (Massachusetts; Charloa F.Manderaon (Nebraska); James McMillan, (Michigan); K, F. Pottigrow, (South Dakota); Thomas C. Power, (Montana); Goorgo 8. Shoup, (Idaho); William D. "Washburn, (Minnesota); Edward 0. Woicott, (Colorado). [ The terms of Nathan F. Dixon, of Khodo Island; Jamos F. Wilson, of Iowa, and Joseph N. DolpU, of Orogon, KoI publicans, and Kppa Ilunton, of Virginia; A. S. McLaurin, of Mississippi, ' and John T. Morgan, of Alabama, also oxpiro noxt year. Khodo Island has alroudy elected us Senator Dixon's suecossor George Poabody Wetinoro. Iowa hns olectod as Senator Wilson's successor ex-Govornor Gear. Ex-Sonator Walthall bad alroady been oloctod for the noxt torm from Mississippi boforo ho rosigned and gave placo for tbo appointment of Mr. McLaurin to his unexpired torm. Eppa Hunton's successor from Virginia will bo Sonator Martin. having boon already chosou. In Alabama and Orogon tho legislatures havo already been olecteJ, and Sonators Morgan and Dolph are practically assurod of boing choson thoir own auccossort. Besides thoso, Senatora N. C. Blanchnrd, ol Louisiana, and Thomas J. Jacvia, of North Carolina, Democrats, and Goorgo C. Porkins, of California, and John Patton, jr., of Michigan, Kopublirnn?. icnrn rlioflnn bv ffovomors to fill | vacancloa, and legislatures to be olnctod I this fall will cliooao their successors for tho rest of tUoir torma. Montana, WashI ington and Wyoming have had only ono uonator each during tho preaontCoaI gross, und tho vacancies caused tboroby aro to bo filled by tho le^islaturoa cloctod ' in thoae states this fair. THIS NlflW flVSXEM | Of Dutug Btintnuia In the Dome will bo Feriiitinont. Washington, August 27.?Sergeant| at-Arms Snow, of tbo houso, has had an exceptionally busy sosiion, as his ofDco/ was larpoly responsible for tho quiot of thocapitol during tho Coxoy oxcitoment, and asido froui this thoro Jiavo boon eovoral innovations in docking tbo , salaries of membors and in molting arrests, all of which Is undor tbo direction ! of the sorgoaut-at-aruis. Tho now system of doclcing salaries of absont membors has left an abrogate of sovoral thousand dollars, perhaps $20,000, of tho forfeitod pay of mombors in tho hands of tho sorgoant-at-arms. This goes back into tho treasury, so that tbo government gains considerably by tho transaction. It has roaultod also in kooping members in Washington, and thoro has hardly boon a tirao sinco tho docking bogan that tho houso was unablo to do businoss for want of a quorum. This constant prescnco of a quorum has dono away with tho necessity of arresting mombors, which was tho most objectionable duty of tho sorgoant-at-arms. Tbo now system of counting mombors "prosent but not voting" in order to mako o quorum has further improved aod made effect! vo tho now mothod of doing business. Tho oxporioncos of tho session Imvo shown that tho eystom now in force will bo pormanont, at least us long as tho prosent managers ol tho boose nro in autnoriiy. TUB BRITANNIA RETIRED. Owing to ? Trlplo rutntltj 8l?<? Will Uacc No More Thin Svuhuiu Wemwouth, August 27.?Captain Cartor, commandor of tho Britannia, boa roccivcd a telegram from hor ownor, tbo princo of Walos, instructing him not to raco tbo Britannia again this season in any of tho roaattai. Tho action of tho princo of Wales 19 duo to tho accldont bv which on Saturday last, Chiof Officer Simons and Catoror Honor, of tho Britannia, and Encinecr Hroalcman, of tho stoara yacht Tabura, wore drownod. As already cablod, Cblof Officer Simons and his companions loft tho princo of Walos' cuttor for tho shoro on Saturday in a dinger. A hoavy gnlo was blowing at tho timo and tbo men had considernblo difficulty in handling tbo boat. Eventually they tried to put back, but during a rain squall tho dingey was lost sight of and yesterday morning she was pickod up, flouting bottom upward. As nothing has sinco bnnn hoard of tho throo men it is conetudodthoy woro drownod. Tho princo of Walo*, in bis telegram to Captoin Cnrtor, said that unless tho Vigilunt insists upon racing for tho Capo May cup, tbo Britannia is to lay up for tho winter. Inflamed, itohing, burning, crusty and scaly skin and scalp of infants sootlfod and curod by Johnson's Oriental Soap. Cbw. It Goetzo and \V. W. Irwin. My boy was taken with a diaoaao rofiomblitiR bloody litis. Tlio flret tltintr I thought of was Cliainborlain'a Colic, Cholera and Diarrliuia limnody. Two doHos of it dottlcd tlio innttor and curod him iound and woll. I hoartUy rocotn* inund thia remedy to nil porsonn tuilTuringfrotn a llko complaint, i will anawor any inquiries rognrdintf it when stamp ia inclooed. 1 rotor to any county official as to my reliability. Wm. Koacji, J. P., Friruroy, Campbell Co., Tonn. For sale by Cbai. It, (roetzu, Will W. Irwin, Chris. I*, fichnopf, Cliarloe Monkcmollor, William U. Williams, 8. L. IJrlce, A. E. ficlioclo, Will Monkemollor, John Coloman, Richards ifc MeElroy, W. II. llajfuo, I VVhoolluKi Dowlo & Co., Bridgeport, and U. F. Pcabody A Hon. Itonwood. Children Cry for | Pitcher's Castorla. GORDON HAS ft RECORD. Ono of tbs Chicago Bandits Shot and Captured Saturday WANTED BADLY IN SUN FRANCISCO For Itobdhtg 31?alburn of a Club Where bo wan Employed of Vainable Jewelry?He AI*o Dcacrtcd his Wlfo There for Che Second Time. Sav Fjuncisco, Auguit 27.?Oue o! the two devperadoes capttirod by the Chicago police Saturday attor a six hoara' cliaao Is badly wanted hore by tbo local authorities. At least Captalu Loos thicks be 1b tbo flamo man who escaped rrom inn ciiy mi rooiuat* after robbing members o! tbo Uaivorai* ty club of a lot of valuable jewelry. The description of Gordon, gi von in tbo dispatches, tallioa with tbat of tbo man whom tbe local police bavo boon looking for for tbo poit six months. Tbo natno and initialajire alio the eame and tbore aro other circumstancoi/tbat raako olmost a certainty tlio supposition that the man now in tbe Chicago prison is tbo man who operated bero lost winter. On February 15 last, Honry Francis Gordon was employed a bod-mnker in tbo Univorsity club on Sutter street, lie was a man apparently about thirty years oi ago, slim built, live feet six inchoa in boight. Ho spoko with an English accent. lie cauio recommended by the bonev* olont society, and was alio said to bo a mombor of tbo Y. M. C. A. Ho workod but a fow days and then disappeared, taking with him sevorat hundred do Ilaru' worth of rings, chains, watcbos and otlior valuables which ho had takon from the rooms of tbo contlomon who lived at tho club. Tbo matter was roportod to tbo pollco and an investigation was ordored. It was ascertaiuod that tho iiritish Denov* olont Society know little or nothing of tbo man, and alio that ho bad no connection with the local branch of tho Young Mon's Christian Asuociatlon. It ?'" n?rnp??lnn<l thnt Onrdrm liBH a wlffl living in this city, and that ho had dosorted her aftor tho robbery of tho mombora of tho Unlvorslty Club. From tho story told by tho wifo it appoara that Gordon camo horo about two yoara ago and waa soon altorwarda inarriod. IIo took hor to Chicago and lived with lior a year, and whilo thoro was amEloyod at diftorent timon in cho Union oa'guo Clnb and tho Harwell IIouso. Aftor boing desortod, his wife worked her way back to this citv. LaBt Jauuary Gordon roturned to San Francisco and mot his wife. Thoy otfoctod a roconciliation and woro living together again. Hy Homo unknown means ho waa ablo to get tho endorsomont of the British Benovoloot Soeioty and waa thus otnbiod to eecuro a position iu tho University Club. Aftor working a fow days ho robbed his omployors as boforo related. On tho day that ho disappoarod his wifo rocoivod a lotter stating that eho would novor boo him ajjain. Captain L&oa sont a doBcription of tho'xnan to Inspector Shoa with tho request that ho look for Gordon and arrest him if ho wont back to that city. No attontion was over givon to tho communication so far as tho local authorities aro advised. It soams roasonablo that tho Gordon arrested in Chicago Saturday is tho man wanted horo. To Jlujr Uolurnild Coal. Denver. Col., August 27.?For somo time past an English export has been making a close inspection of tho coal fields In Colorado in tho interest of woalthv Englishmen. lie has roturned to England and mado his roport, and Stato Mino Inspoctor Rood has been informed that tho report will bo favorably acted upon. Tho capitalists havo docidod to buy largo tracts of coal lauds in the aoutbern part of the atalo, which thoy will dovolop in a short timo. ColltdoU lu tltu Foj-. Chicago, August 27.?a passongor train on tho Chicago ?fc Eastern Illinois collidod with a switch ougino near Thirty<sqvonUi etroet to-day, fatally injuring n firoman and badly ahaklng up tho pasBongers. A donso fog caused tho accident No ono was eoriously Injured oxcopt tho firoman. O. A. U. Annual Encampment?Low Ilate* - Ptttaf.no.il. Interoitln tho annual reunions of tho Grand Army of tho Republic and Naval VoteraiiB Association grows with each eucccoding voar, not only among tho votorang tbomselvcs, but among all patriotic citizonn of tho ropublic. Tho encampment this year at Pittsburgh, from prosont indications, prom* isos to bo as intorostins: and enthusiastic aa any reunion sinco tho war. Thousands of votorana from all parte of the country will bo present, and Pittsburgh will surpass horself in showing them hor hospitality. Tho Baltimore ?fc Ohio Railroad Company will sell excursion tickots from all tickot stations on its lino cast of tho Ohio river, for all trains Soptember Oth to 10th, valid for roturn passago on all trains until Soptorabor 2?>th, inclusive, at ono faro /or tho round trip. For moro dotailod information, write to E. D. Smith, division passentrer agent, Baltlmoro A Ohio Railroad, Pittsburgh, Pa. It. & O. fiuntlaj Kxcur?ton* to IMttnhurRtt. Evory Sundny tintil furthor notico tho Baltimoro A Ohio Company will hoII excursion tickots, Wheeling to Pittsburgh, at $1 50 for tho round trip, good going and returning only on dato of sale. Trains loavo Wbooling at 5:00 and 7:!J0 a. rn. Returning, loavo Pittsburgh at 4;00 and 8 .-.TO p. m. WHRW BOTHER 1 S D O TUT. SOME MERCHANTS would httvo you beliuvo that tnulo enters u condition of torpidity about July 1, and romains so till tho cool days of September wako it to liio and activity again. llut, begging your pardon, that is not true. There in no Hoasoil of tho year in which pooplu do not buy goods; thoru in no t?oa* hod in which they do not want thi!in. By the same token, there it) no tjeueon in which it will not pay to advert lao. . However, if your neighbor has I thin old-faahioned notion, and i* too conservative to advertiso now, thorn i?- all the better chanro for you. If you think peoploare not hunting bargain* in warm weather, try it. Kverybody ia notoutof town, J by u luryo majority 1 j Bring* comfort and improvement and tends to personal enjoyment when rightly u<*d. The many, who live bettcr than other* and enjoy life mort?, with Iwb expenditure, by more promptly adapting the world's best product* to the needs of physical being, will attest tho value to health of the puro liquid Iflxative orinciiilutt embraced in tho remedy, Syrup of Figa. lt? excellence 1? duo to it* presenting in tbe form most acceptable and pleasant to the taate, tho refrenbing and truly beneficial properties of a perfect laxative ; effectually cleaning tbe *yeteiu, dispelling colds, heodachea and fevers ana permanently curing constipation. It has given satisfaction to millions and ml wfth tho approval of tho medical profession, because it acta op the Kidnova, Liver and Howel* without weakening tbem and it is perfectly freo from every objectionable substance. Syrup of Fip is for mile by all drug- I gifts in GOc ana $1 bottles, but it is man- I ufacturcd by tbe California Fig Syrup Co. only, whose name is printed on every package, also the name, Syrup of Fig??, and being well informed,Von will no* accept uny substitute if ottered. Reliability J THE MOST RELIABLE WHISKEY A ON THE MARKET And Indorsed QY PHYSICIANS ANO l/SEO IN LEADING T HOSPITALS, HOTEL6, DININO AND . | BOUFFET CARS, ARE Klein's Silver Age, Duquesne, I1 Bear Creek, I1 11 Pennsvlvania Rye f j? Whiskies. I J Ask your dealer fnr thorn and toko uo A J F tubatituto. Fnr ?it1o oveiyvrboro. I < 1'. tf.?A register for your uorno will bo , i kopt at my ploeo of business. No. 82 Fed- , i oral St.. Ado^bcur. during tlio 0. A. K. . i Kuoumpmonu Cotno and rcylauir wlib . | Comrade Max Klulu, late ol Co. 1', 1st ' -1 rowa Cavalry. , | ' For nolo by (1 WtTKELtNQ URCQ COMPA.NV, j i au3 miwwy WiirnuNO, W. Va. 11 HOUSEFlfRNISHtNQ GOODS. ^"STKEL EANOES.-^v B.F. Caldwell & Co., 1508 and 1510 Market St. ?u21 JF YOU ARE THINKING or l'l'Hcn.'JU.vu x Mrlfmtnr or Ir.s firnnm Vmnr ? ? Cotflo uu'l b"oo Our Ftock. TlIC LAKGK^T ASSORTMENT INTHECITY. GEORGE W. JOHNSON'S SONS,wyn 12??MAIN- Stukkx PLUMBING, ETC. TRIMBLE & LUTZ, SUPPLY HOUSE. , Plumbing and (Joh Fitting, Stcnm and Hot Water I lout In?. A Full Lino ol thtt Celobratctf? ? SX01V STEAM PUMPS ?-Kopt Constantly on llaniL iioo 4!tD ir?os hakkkt hthee!-. wnKKi.no. Notice (o Natural Gas Consumers! Tim HIUDKRD CALORIFIC' NATURAL OAS JHTHNKH |< the only burner on the urirket Hint I* jjnarantood to ?lvo Mttnfactlon. Me u??t doci'lfwl In accepting "jiikt ah uoou" with no guarantor Kohl only by GEO. HIBBKRD & SON, mf.'l _211" Market Str^t ^yiLLIAM HAKE & HON. Practical Plumbers, HAS AN'I> STEAM FITTERS. No. 38 Twolfth Stroot. All Work Ihhii*I'fi'iiititly nt I!"1soimMo I'rlfM. PICTURES 4 ART MATERIALS. niCGINS PHOTO MOUNTER F Tills Hii|>orlor ntlboMvo l? wurriinioit not to Injure (bo incwt iloltcutu print or fabric. Ru|?o* rlur to munllimo. Ktt'pii Kifcwl continuously. Always r?*inljr for uw. On sale at NICOLL'8 ART STORE. i mr.'l 13?-' Mnrlcot strict M JJIANOS MOVED. Wo are prepared to move pianos carefully and promptly. tarl1 f. W. IlitllUUt iiCU. > \ HO, FOR AN POPULAR EX k Glii l^Am )ur Peerless Portfolio i Is the vehicle that off to all the wonderland ing and describing th United States and Cai before attempted and * [N PART 22 Which is now issued at the INTELLIGENCE! taken from Niagara Fa York, and thence to Glens, the two most rei diversified by caverns, falls, sedgy banks anc world. Leaving thes route is to the St, U that stream among the across to Northern Ne the sable wilderness o journey is through Ii River, and Into the j wonder, Ausable Chas poet's fancy and a paii make a trip into the and deep woodlands c a combination of Alpii Forest awesomeness, throned as queen of Thence we travel do' wander over the Cats scenery, visit thehistoi shores, read stories o that transpired hereabo of Sleepy Hollow and again as delightfully a them. Dart 22 is Must! Willi the Following American Falls from Frozen ; Bridal Veil Fa kins Glen, in Winter: raced Falls; Watkins C pool Gorge; Giants' cade; Peek-a-boo Fall cil Chamber: Giant F Elbow Falls ; Bridal V Thousand Islands. One Coupon cut from the Fi telligencer and Ten Cents fo dress the \rt Depar DAILY INTELLI' WHE OTHER (HON! TA /"V iipsts terica. i m i ? 9f SceMry^r ords charming Journeys s of our cowrtiy. e scenic marvels of ?be nada In a manner treuer never to be eqaiafed, onrl faorltr fr\r /^rtlnrflrr* auu ltflU_y IWI UWUwiy ? office, our tourists are lis to Seneca Lake, New Watklns and Havana narkable fairy bowers? , nooks, cascades, waterI terraced walls?in the ie beautiful places the nvrence and thence up : Thousand Islands and iv York, then down into f the Adirondacks. Our rcdlan Pass, up Ausable aws of that marvelous :m?3 sight to inspire a iter's brush. Then we famed mountain region if the wild Adirondacks, ie grandeur and Black. where solitude Is enthe dismal wilderness, A'n the Hudson River, kills, view the pleasant ric places along the river f Reuolutionary events / iut,and hear the legends Ichabod Crane repeated s when Irving first told rated 17 Lovely Views: Goat Island: Niagara lis; Hector Falls, WatCavern Cascade; Ter-' 2ascadc Frozen: WhirlGorge : Portland Cass ; Eagle Falls : Councils, Ausable Chasm: eil Falls: View of the rst Pago of the Inr each part. Adi Iment, GENCER, iELINC, W. VA.