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The near future is big with history. He who would koe-ji posti'd Eajt'rly perubfrt the daily liewHpajK'r. Every family nhould take the Very bibt in conm-ction with their Ever liredful loonl ntor. Th N. wrt-TIIH PKTKOIT EVENING NEWS Is an indefatigable newnutherer. Now is the aeeetel time. Give us your Mil (script ion. Nothing ;nimd by waiting. The Evening News- 10 vnts a week. If you NVnnt further information, Seek it of our no-out in your own town. imp-! i 1'ree. i h ViLL wlilch ure vents If Is p.imit to K t, I, I ,. !,! I f SOI MAr It W ; ! X viArkOWgr tor. If your dealer does hot keen It make him order it I lf for you, or write to 5 CiQ AMI'.ltlt'AN 1XJKCTOHCO., DKTItOlT, MICH. CASTOR I A For Infants and Children. Its f::-lZ'.- Mrs t fc-.iftl vv RESTORES VITAL1T ,V 4 I K Mn) Mmi 1st nay. ha r v lr.ti.iK.y. f V r- of Mo. THE GREAT ;?oih Day. PTIEPJCII XT. 3 3 2VE 3II1Z"V produces t he a ).t e revull in :,o d.n . It a t .ow i-rf ully ami 1 1 1 1 . 1: : '.v .- !; : :iM 1 1 1 r- fail Young in ii w ill r. y.i',-! th.-:r i :-l ::..i'.!;n,. I aiid i! in en will iv.-ov. r t:rir titi.ti.l .i..r I y o-1 r.t !ti:VI0. It -im.-kiy a-1 1 .-'.r. h- r. -tor. s .V rv-.ii T.lbS. I.o-t Vitality, Iu.j.-. t.rv. Nu'l-t'.v I !ll!-M Ill L"i-t Iow-r. 1'ailr L' M m.-v. Wa-iitic 1 i - u. v. an' all 1 11'. i ts ot .-!: aim.- or i x . a:.l iii.li-.'p tion, v Inch unfits on.- li r u : v'. n- i ii. vs ( ii.,-i! r;;ik;.' I' tK't only ciin liy start nu n O ' at t l.i- :t isau'iat ix rir toirc lloo. l.inldi r. I nr. ilk' huik tin- pink uloiv to n ale ihi-i !.M In fctoiimr tli" fire of outh. It wa'.l-i :! Jn-a-atv .ml Cnnsiuni'ti. 'i. lii.s-t mi liavn tr Ki;I. i.r ctLt r. It can ! ca-n.-d in t j o.-'.;. t. I:y mail 61.00 I" ri :.. l;a . r t-ix t-r W.VOO, with it oti five wrl'ti'ii miar.tntec to cure ht refurd t he monev. Cirrtilar f Ti-c. A.lurt-ss Royal Medicine Co.,a?,!Ktf?,rR2: S..M in A I n i i I. I', , 1,1, Sol. I iii St. .n is i( K W. li'riir (.' Tie fi: cf !! Tripper. Wanted-An idea I'.'lK C'iTl tt.'f'k f (inl..e mi O' 1 . t.l Mill U rrotfet ycir Mom- tlmr r-nv I rlnir v u fi, Ik VTrlte JuilN Vi.lm.Kl.ri:N en., I-'at.-nf it r v, Watit..Kto!i. li I'., f .r thflr $li j.rizo oiir. ml Hat of two tiuiulrel icri-ut inr waiif.-ti. Accc tabic Preparation for As similating IhcFcodfltulHcvJufci liii I lie Stouuid5 and Dowels of rromolcsDicstion.Cltccrful ncss and Hcst.Contnins neither Opnun.Morphinc nor Mineral. Not N Ait cotic. iryv ofOUDrS.CliriTaiEll Jimim SitJL" 4lx.Snri JfmAM .Wis -jfii.te St t it yiyv rriiint - J.'l (sJft'MHltt Sudl fl'irm Stcfi Cliinfiitf Sugar . Ximtiryrun t'lanr. A perfect Hcmcdy forConstipi tion. Sour Stomach. Diarrhoea, Worms .Convulsions .Feverish licssondLossOF SLELP. TacSinule Sirwituro nf NEW VOTiK. A 111 EXACT COPV OF WRAPPCO, Life 8 18 n-iBi nnn irno t FEU RSUILEIld : RrCI" Therlsjlit oiler feeder saves trouble, time, fuel. n Tin. most n.-rf.-.-Mv !HitoTii:itif. tilt' Sil f( St. most T I JJlJ economical feeder made is the l'.At"l ().M 'I H! T rttji l.N.IK('K)H. More lastitu; than others. NoJ other Injector has an overilow vnlvo wlilcli will never leak from wear. No other Injector has a drip cock which emiMes injector to start (even If the check valve IcaUst; which drains the injector and prevents frcelny; suction n ne from Lrett to: hot. one rate, feeds hotter water, works with ..II Ill fll-lTl II Tl V t llfP '111 t Mill .'I t ! Ill i,.. I). in i i, iit-fi i finiiffi lieraii.se th1 Mv.t Iih r i . " ; . a 1 1 1 , I ip for the next. N'OMll to' H 0 f H I t 111 IV lleVpIop ltltll ;i spri Mis i! tli ."Tv hvyiMol ippdi. () ip Mi'.ntp C ny Cum' u p;(fv to fakp anil ill ll v h;l I'S nHtllP 1 III 11 W. M. I-tii.p!H,St Louis; l. s WVbb, V ! nr-. Iolir. Th t f ilir KiifHrs mid Hot- tntcts i.m ij ii i' tliviuatidti am not our die, I. ;;r M.l'-'Miitt.-- f'-r t Ji ::i. I iiri.f ly .r s;::-: s!::ii.;s Mrvi!.;a tin' lucst .it:cici:t t : i : - li.:1 dice, i;m 1i;c.-o are km. In u: which, under the- Munifi . i f ;r-ti;il-l, ,'!;:ii::il ,!;iyJ wiih m old fJltui' and linllir Wr hnvr tinhiV H 1 1 :u:t,lul i titiiji..' tatuc- of :i irl !.iy ir. with l:iiK' Lie 1 . in s. The ,Mahun;H li.-r m liK'tlilli.4 luailr of hour which 10 s n.ld s lh- lioinan tali. These dnhi'sci di in t hoar mini l-rrs, hut jieculiur, small incised iktur s. Mr. lii-nt, iu hid "luinrd (Jit ios f MaBlionaland," rie KTihes tlicM d-dasstts. Famil wiiic thai rival I In' world ill excel hi rr arc from Sn-c IVi.-iic, , N. .l..'iin- ;trd. The ( ' I a l'i I , V l li I an r lssl,lhr I'liiiiindv an-l Port :'ic v ry old -tiierior w in . The I'm l i rs. prrially lur invalid. The Climax IWai.dy i- er Mij.riiur. Life, as we rail it. is nothing hut th rh.v tli-' li.iiimi!i occatt nt i-x i.-t eiioo V 1 ' re it , uj.-.n :-o.tndii: --1 1.iline.s .".;).-' ;.;'!e ln'Vt r lunl tiim to attend tu th'-ir c w u hulii; S.'i-.ule Vol IntWi IfHLlCtfl m: N( n ii::li vi:i. The ex irne;irc o thr Sprer N. .1. W'ilirl'u allrr a ri-nt ililloll- e aicrr of" in -1 re thin I'oily yea y in ( i i a pe ( 'n I -Mile ai d Willi- III '!ili' has relillrd in the p I'oi 1 1 1 e I j 1 1 ol (il'ipi' Ur.ilidy ih.'M rivals 1 1 oti lit V a lid M : t It'll of ( 'oo; !i c. A line, ileliealr fit" cell Ve.'ir old ( . i-i pe amh i- r.m: 1 1 1 i r Climax Vili ai;e ot 1 7 l'reoluiliur rrlelirat. dainoiiir Luioprah wim appreciate a pure ail ielr. I r li ; i t -ell il. SEE THAT THE FAC-SIMILE SIGNATURE OF IS ON" THE WRAPPER OF EVERY BOTTHJU OF Caatori Is pnt tp la ene-Bi2e bottles only, not told li bulk. Don't allow anyone to It anvona to a!1 yon anything else on tb plea or promise tbat It it "Jnit as r;oi,J" and "will answer eery pnr. pose." - Bee tbat yoa get C-A-S-T-Q-R-I-A. Tl9 fas- I'.alla ef Is ea 3 AFTER J.ONU YEA lift Intlieflr-t rahln they dined in p n 3uly and lived it ha; v, idle, lux iiritu life. In the -teera;:i heaven have merry I .mv t hey -ulTrn '. ! Miliireiit M y l;i rred '. hen she 1 1 (iiiu,,t of It and '.vniidi :-d why such tli)" '? should he why some were h rich a l K'n:e m I'oo:'. lint oiir trill, 1 h ii di shr wasariih tr.o lit i ;. In I .rr ;W( r that ilc-oi waste i f w.it r.-. ."-till that little .'i!:i .:rlit did In :.!n lur ftiei,d. reian'i! n.'i i .Mi'.lici-nt h id her own way. Once a d . lit lea-t she j ri.ctr itid il.tu the r.Uv. lie !n' the r. iii'j.aiJiUiep iadl-i-"' her o il.-ii ain and led thu-it po.ir arc!ie- li; u ii !i la-r (lain! ie-. And when, wiih land in si''M, t!.-.r.',I. heir.'.--rinp! ie-l ,.-r jur-'se lr;n t! e C. .. hand of a eiini ! - i ecra;.'e pa---i n; ; ' made her tor the iiu'mu nt rich an! t: li ' hopi, -he I ii !.". d toward In r ehl--t '. c. ".Never ('':, :ci to i rav to t Mad .. i.;i for l !.;-. l' " K'iin ii'l:iT. til il'id i,:iio: 'ma ' !..- rr;--.i i! i- all t hat von can d. an.; my iiii-c upcti yo.i if you i'or!.ei ii "' S!a- led ; ! en the woiiian her atidn - hut the . or . ii at ure did i;"l -oine to I . r What f.i'e licli 11 her .Milii ''"it ic i r 1, i. w, I ill id in t i i ae t !:e III''! mry of t ho-e (!.' .-ii.il ' face- ".'111111 ;.i,d ii. ei.,,'er from sla-'v ai Loti, ' cea-ed t ' i haii nt 1 i r. J .Io!m Llair had met her. h;.d looke.l inte i her eyi -. had touched lur hand, had at i tend I !:-'- -i.h i !e eoii-l i ni'i-t s t hat wi il a ; woman'- heart so ea-ily. and th'iii;:h hi I iva- i i it her rich nor pleat he was the one j man ot men to her. Si moiit h- from t he day of t heir met 1 hi; .1-il. n ami Millicini w :,e married, and I !i happier pair would have lieeii hard to ! lind. I Only in one tiring did Miliicetit prove ! herself ol,-; in, ili not hili' coilld tempt hrl . t an ocean oy.a;.re. A tour In Kurope : wa- John's inn !c,;,,it.-d j l- aurc, hut her twpetiem e in rro--intr thr ocean had mad-. ' lief aver-e t- it rc tii 1"D , So .lehn, u h had no wish to yi iilonn, left the matter to the cure f (in.e Al ia-t a ln y a!mo-t s tall as her.-elf railed ; Miiliceiit inoiher, and the nui-ery wiwi ' mu-i'-al with lilt le voices. Then, old- r and more willlny than ever to do anything t make John happy, Milli cent au-rei d to the Kuropean trip, and the j married lovers took their pi; s In a fcrent ocean pal.ne and left land hehind thm. TJuy found thein-elves in Naples and ready one hriht morning to do what tl) visitors to Naples most de-ire to do ( i;a;n ly, a-cend Visiivius. Millieint forgot her uni'lea-ant sen-a-tion when, tandiii near the crater, her hu-h.ii.d's arm ahmit herwai.-t, sheturned find looked upon the heautiful country 1h. low. John, lanrin' nt his watch, counted the lime t hat lay hit we( ii them and their inn, and they Ncjan their descent. The 'iiido jiai.-ed and utiered a cry. IieV.-te tlain, ri-eii as it -eem d from t la very ur-nnii!, stood a frrniip of men. who. wiihi-ut further parli y, surrounded them, ! and s-i.iny the hridles of their hor-es and tyinlhe hands o' the tremhlin' j.'iiiue In hind him led them away over the nmli mountain road- in silence. .!.!. ii lilair was no coward, hut to en 1".aor to re.-i-t sia h a fnice would hav hern -I i rr tolly in a sin .de man. Ilooty. as he relleeted, Was proliahlt I heir eliject, and his w ife's safety was his !ir-t tl.ouidit. Iloidinu' lu r hatul in his, he comforted her a- well as jioi!,le and liualiy. with a sinking heart, fiheyedthr 1 ; l dris of one W h- seemed to he 1 lie cap ; tain and dismounted at the cntrancu of at. ; aid ruin, into which thev were forced U i filter. I Then the 'iiidc fill to wrin'in ills ! hand- and wa epinand inij lori n' t he .up, :il;d lit Ii man to pay whatecr ratisoii 1 was "eipiired. ; "It i always n heavy one for Ameri .aiis." he cried, "and if you refuse yoir j ars will he cut otT or you will hr mur j lcrcd outright. As for me, 1 e.vpert death "-oiiu- f the-e men are my enemies. J -hot one of the hand once." The ,a-t rays of the settinj,' sun fader from the narrow window, and darhius fell upon thr room. Then they heard tie Miund of returning feet and presently th-mfa-teiiin of a door. A llt:n' entered, ami po'm to the fir which had nearly smoldered out, Hun upon It some lry wood, which kind!"" j into a niae, and ly Its 11, one lit tv I ton lu s which were thrust Into scoikhvs ii the wall. I liy this lieht they saw that it vr i woman, who seemed to have hrotiir! oiiie lood for them upon a so-t of w-n.ie ' tray, ."-he was old and j;aunt and her.' ! hut her feature- had a stran;:e heaii; I ihout them M erthi less and awak' iud I' j Milli' i iit '.- n md a memory too varue ai I lluleliiiite for Word-. In another moment the truth Ih-i-ln ; upon her as the woman knelt down to de j ;iosit the tray upMii the Hour. She uttefct I i lilt Ie cry. a shrilh-r one re-ponded to it I md the yaui.t rreatuie lay prostrate he lore lu r, ki--injr lu r tranneiits. "It i-the siiiorina!" she cried. An-' Miiliceiit knew the Italian woman of th- -t cerate. "Then It Is thus that (llacomo return i hem (it !" ci h d t he wi iiuan. " " My mat. diction upon him! Lot he did riot kno you he did iu t ivniemheras I do. Wait You are vife!" Inaiiotiur moment Jim was there, am .Miiliceiit km w that they were safe. Iiai is he mii-t have heeii. a haudit and ai nit law, t hi j Italian had retained his e;rat '.tilde. He fed Hum with the hrst he hail t .jive and IcJ them sa'cly from his l ist ic-ses to a Kpot whi ie the liditn from tht ity of Naples set nud .o smile a wrlnmn o them. There lie hade them adieu, and the tiide, o eiw lu lined with astotii.-h men! , Conducted them hek to their inn. N( w York Nt ws. A l'.tnl Crtril SeliPiue. In the coiirrk" of time a late nmnufac Tirliitf or wholesale hoii-o iiceumulates a quantity of postal cards that have never heeii used, hut t hat havo printed add res i-h on thrm. There is now a llrm hich makes a hu-iiu-ss of collecting these. They cocr the adilresses first with ink, then hronze thi.4 over, and if re4tilHl will print new addresses on thu hronzin and return them at tho net prlc4) of uhiout half a cent each on luro lots. Thn other half cent Is huvutl ttn customer. ChLciko Trlhuna Murine m Felt Ht, A felt hat Is made hy a pnuuniivllo priny rm. A conlcjil enp purfuratud with hulog hi provided. Thu air heneath UuxIhiurUmI, Ld hy a carious dnicctho fl la forcexl evenly to all -arts of the outJiidu of the rtv oclvcr, and thus hy thentrtiu pnysure anil ru-ii or the Rir is thrown upon tha'fmin and distrlhuWd, thua funnUij? Ih for the lint. ARE SIMPLY FOHQERIES. Washington l iirult ur liiilttcil and ON tereil for Su hh ItraL fler:e Wtisliinton's ilcik. toflher vlth some other pieces of his furniture, Ik in the f.rn ernor's room at the New York city hall, says the Collector, ami a ery t Ihkept. convenient lookiui; lesk it 's, made of well-polished ma hor:iny. and w ith lots of room for th w i iter's arm. Visitors to this room ur inclined to doubt the n'C of the drsk. ! It 1 1 i pris ing' furniture makers p.r t its dimei, mci.s a car a o, and promptly lleuilo! tlr country with (irore Wasliinton desks. They are clo-e reprod uel ions, (ind sevnal 1 them have Immi Ik hi in country tow ns as the ori'rinal desk. A dealer iu antiipn s received a letter from a New nLrland town last week fiskin,r what he would pay for (leorpfo Yashii.s ion's e-k. Tin- writer .-aid that it w a- in ! feet r-md i i ion. a ml he rouhl establish its identity by comparing it ith Ihr old pictures of (Jcorjre W'iush 'niton's furniture. "I'rooaldy the writer was honest !n his pretense that his desk was the orio i mi I." sa ii I t he dea ler. "bu t of course it is only one of the many counterfeits that h i e been made. "T'icie is hardly a historic piece of old furniture but ha- been count vfeit d, and rsery week I reerixe letters from country people who have found Cue of these productions, and, believ ii.tr it to br genuine. olVer to sell it for H lar.' pri r. Some of these reproduc tions only an cpert ran tlrtect." ENEMIES OF ENGLAND. Grriit ItrOain It.o. l ontii ami ( iimjui-red llirfo ireal rotenlale-. The three greatest potcniatesof mod ern times have bren Mn hi nil's st reuu ous antagonists vi., Philip II., Louis XIV. and Napoleon, (if these three Nu l uleou was the most powerful, says Pdarkwood's Maaine, Philip the ino.st deadly. The leaders under whom the Lnlish rallied ujrainst these world-famous tnonarchs were, lirst, LJiabeth und lrake; second. William and Marl borough; Third, Pitt and Nehson, Tho result of the first of these repeat his toric duels was t overturn the founda tions ol Spanish empire, with it.s do minion over the seas, its va.st colonial possessions, its claim under u papal bull to an exclusive monopoly of the new world. The result of the second was to decide which should be the residuary legatee of the dreeased Spanish power, Trance or I hilaml ; ivin in the end the succession to its idil world domin ions to France, its trade, iii'iritime su premacy and colonics mainly to hn land. The result of the third was to shat ter Napoleon's hopes of ascendancy by m a, and to force him back on Kuropean compicsts, upon projects w hich related to the old world and not to the new, Pitt and Nelson did not disappear un til that end was attained and Kn";htnd'K part in the later wars of Napokon was that, huvin as Pitt said in almost his closing words, paved herself liy her energy she saved Lurope by her i uinple and assistance. CASHIER WASHES MONEY. fllrroUes on l'i'r Currency Hcstroyrd ley tin Amnionic lt.it li. The fair metroMlitan cashier has added a new factor to her growing- val uation, which w ill not prove so desirable a wile in the eyes of her employer an the honesty und etlic.iency which have won for her almost a monopoly in the business. It is the result of the Luicrob crae, says the (ilobe-Demoerdt, and La nothing less than w ashing all the money she handles, and charging her employer overtime, too. The discoverer of Huh tew way to enhance her usef illness and cost is Annie Nesmy th. the money-taker of a big down town hotel. Mis- Nesmy th ervrs at night mostly, and, while less money comes in then than during the day, she is generally kept busy enough. The money us often very dirty and to the last degree repulsive to handle. Now, the cashier is a traiued nurse "resting' from her Arduous pro-fis.-iuii.il labors. After a sk-lt spell from handling the soiled currency she concluded to resign. She w as jnTsuaded not to by un increase of her salary and permission to wash the money. So tverv r . ' : sees a soup-plate of um- at her elbow, into which . .o' a it arrives i.s dropped. It :.s M" bath and then is laid out a cce . f llaunel to dry ns tenderly u if it were her best piece of jewelry. The water has to Ik changed two or three times in a night. Won't Work '1 he r. It is an odd fact that the telegraph lines will not work through tho Iloosao tunnel. Messages have to Ik sent on wires wtrung on poles over the top of the mountains, fully nine miles, and that is the way ingoing and outeoming passenger and freight trains are, her alded to the keepers of the two tunnej approaches. In order to maintain this overland mountain line n. swath of woodland has to le kept clear of trees and bushes directly up the steep moun tain side. There ure supposed to bo magnetic ores inside the mountain. Ho wing IturtrrlA In tlm Soil. TIerr Not be, a Herman scientist, is aid to have discovered n means of cul tivating the nitrogen absorbing bao terin whioh are the cause of the a-ssirul-lation by leguminous plants to the ut mospheric nitrogen, and he believe that the productiveness of cortaln soil can le increased by sowing these bac teria. Aa the experiment would crwrt the farmer $-0 nn acre, he la not likely to try it pn an extensive scale HHghta Matrimonial rroivrta. In the reign of Ixjuis XV. a solemn r?dict was paed in France to the follow ing elTect: "Whosoever, by means of led and white plnt. perfumes, essences, artificial teth, fals hair, cotton wool. Iron corsets, hoop. hoe with high bcels, or false hips, should rnvk to in due Into the bonds of marriage any male subject of his majesty hali b prosecuted for witchcraft and declared IncHpabU of matrimony." Mires H'urcH tnlk " in favor of I lood's SarsajiarilU, ! Zfh is for no other medi- V : ne. Its great cures reeonled in t rut hf ill, i'o:ivineim Inngu.-ig rf grateful men and wiuueii, constitute ifr- mo-t efft rtive nd vcrtising. Mnnv of t hrye cures are mar v hiij.-i. They hua won fie cotiiidt nee of the pi-op!-; p.i'.ve g'Vi ti Hoo l'n barsapa rilla the lareKt -.!:-. iii thv .vi:rl(!, nnd ha k e n.adt. n c-es ar i' -r its inanu lecture ' m-iin-s; l.ilior.it ' y on I'lilh. I'.ood'a - "rs.ipiirill.t is kno.vn he the cures it has ie cures of i-crofuhi, -.ill rheum and -.'. iiri, cures o. rh u .;; i; jsei, neural gia i id weak p'.-iaa-c'i'L- .' dyao-'psia, liver u'.i'ii-i.s, cati.rrli cur.-, which prove i s r. Sarsaparilla Is tin- lu st iii fai t the Out- Tim- I.I.x.il 1'i.rilier. cure liver ill-; easv tu llOOlrS PlllS tukc.ca, loi.peri.le.V. IIumt to .lakn n IIki.iIU Stick- Uar.dles will get lor,.so, do what yo will, says The Whn , and t-omo time or other they will part company with the bar. Forty ways to cement them on have been exploited as many diiTerent times in the columns of tho wheel per.--, hut the average sticker oil of han dles maL's the mistake of .smearing the cement over the. handle bar instead of placing it inside the handle, tho conse quence bing that the handle when forced on, pushes np the cement, which forms in an unsightly ring round tho end of the handle. The proper way is to melt a little cement, pour it into the mouth of the handle while the latter is being revolved, so as to make it run round, warm the end of the handle bar, i hut not huliici ntly to injure the cork or celluloid, and push the handle on. The handle bar will thus tend to carry the cement farther in, and there will l e none visible round the outside. Ex change. Sneer In Soclfty. The scen t i f success in society i.s a certain heartim s.i and hvmputhy. A man who is not ha py in company cannot lind any word in his mt mory that will tit the occasion; ail his information i.s a l;.:th impertinent. A man who i.s hap y there linds in every turn of tho conversation occasions for the introduc tion of what he has to say. The favor ites of society are able men, and ' morn spirit than wit, who havo no ui comfortable egotism, hut who exact, til the honr and company, content' and contenting. Kmc rsi m. Mikstrt of the Worlil. Simple word.-, short maxim., homely trnths, old sayings, are the masters of the world, (ireat reformations, great revolutions in society, great eras in hu man progress and improvement, start from good words, right wmds, sound words, spoken in the fitting time, and finding their w ay to ' human hearts as easily as the birds find their homes. I). March. MriniRf In Her Specialty. "My wife is a yreat linguist." "How many languages does Eht speak?" "Just one." 'Town Topics, "Thev ar dandies" said Tho. How- frs, of the Crocket, TVyms. Ivitet prise. vhile writing alnnit DeVVitt's I.ittl Krly Hiser-. the famous little pills foi cfk headache and disoiders of th domach and liver. V. U. Kennels, St. Louis; J S. Weld 'mrt. A IMrnio Iu the Cloud. Sir Seymour and Lady King recently gave a mountain peak picnic, on the tip of the Languatd to which those who did i:ot cart- lor climbing wa re conveyed Ly chaises a portcur. it w;us the lirst time in the history of the Languard that this mode of transportation had Uom used. The Siss having declined the cxprriniriit, Italians were in gaged, who hucct fully accomplished their task of conviying the guests to the summit. Hoj an excellent lunch eon, which had pieviously been carried up, awaited Lady King's party. The uceess of the whole atlair w ill creato u uew pleasuio fur iuill'euut climbers. How They -ake Theirs. There is a grea. diversity of tapte among the erowmV 1m ads of Luropo us to the pleasaiitcft mi thod of pulling to bacco. Lmperor W'lliam prefeis a pilc, generally a lueor.-ob.aum. The l'rince of Wales enjoys cigari and cigarettes, and when he uses a p'pe chooses a brier wootl. The youn king df Spain is al ready old tnougl to roll his own ciga rettes. The cza vf liussiu is a great mioki r and pull at u huge pipe uubl of tho time. An Irisli C'tM.ipliment. An Irish p-ntleinan v isit ing here said to rm Knli.-h nilirer, "Do you know Mr. X. of The ullii er disci.uuied having that pleasure. "Ah, hr Is a very nice K-llovt and a ood friend of mine. Hut he Uu bcrn d.-ad tlu-s six yrars. An, ehuro, you're viry like him!" Tlio ollicer said ho had been compared to a good many things iu the course of his lifetime, but never be fore to u ti year-old corpse. Loiiduu Spec Uior. No waylay. Sporting Editor I sre the sditor In chief has thrown out your urtiolo o "A City iUlry." City Kditor I wonder why? "1U s.nid it ws' only h milk and water affair." Vonkers Statosmau. Why Worry? If you aannot help a thing, why worry alxuit It? If you can hulp It, why worry about It? Herein It the aecrst of Lpln New Yolk Uvrald. 5 k lOLEDO p. NN ARBO Y - ; ... 1 i '-. V li v (iu,iif f- BAY CITY j I l.,l " ' . s- LLlt I ! . i ;j::iL... ' - I s ...I i. I., ii I rT0; r nr. TIMK TAIil.K. In efTect Jaruiary Sl-t. I1"!-' TRAINS LEAVE ALMA NOUTH. No. 1'-.' ii p m. No. 8 ;.'. i, p. ra. W 11. BKNNKT, Oen. Pans. Ayent, I SOUTI1. o. i T:4s a m I o 44 :ui, p, m. V. S. HOLLtN IifcX'K , ARc-nt. Alma Toledo Ohio TQl.KbO. SAH1NAW A Ml'SKKljON K'V Le.ivf Ashley. I.v Ashliyfor Detroit i::',ii)i. in, f..r Muskegon atl ':l'p. mi. :.rHin. in. f..r Miiskr-KO'i el, s- coiineeii.iis are Js-.'. W. Luio', uinde at wot-s.i J iinct'B Tritfllc Muimjter. w iili all tniins of I)., 0. Dein.it. II. .v. M. H'y. I! EN. Kl.kirilKK, T. '. A. I Detroit. Mich, DETROIT. J . 11. I sr.: p.m. a. m . i r. ; .".n i.v. ii (if-, s l. li. '. I'l : ti .')" 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Detroit i Iwnss, i Jet . . A '(iky iirsini t 'ity . lii-rMati ' Jn enville. . . p in ti m s no Ar :i :;u 1 1. 4 V.i , 10 s jo ii :o ..Lv r or, II n0 ( l,ir Springs, spuria MllskeL'oll pm 1,' 10 , .Ml j zr, ; m: T 1". .. Ar DKTIJoIT .v MILWAI KI K DIV. Arrival and D parture of Trnius nt Owi.-o Jet. KASTIkL'N'D. Leave Arrive I H 111 i in . I4 T7 . i.'5 1 p in . 4 1 or 4- in , 'i Ml 10 10 ft III . -.'ii ;j n.'. 'etn.it, Caua.lii and F.ast Detroit an. I rhii-ML', n Dur;iii.l. Detroit. I'aiiu.la ami Fast D. troit, Cancla an.l Kact U'loTliuUMi. i J.I I.'apids, ( ill Haven, Muskegon, i id Kapi.ls. (M Haven, Muskegon. . tHlHaji.I- Jil l.-ftiil-. .Muskegon Mixe.l-fi.l Hupils 1 1 i - 7 J - y in n in 1 10 i no P m i ir. i 07 a in 7 v:.) -is n in ' ;i n5 .j vm ! I"" ,'i no 5u Except SutitlAV. Daily. Eastl.oiui.l ( ' .ti ni-ef ioT s s 7 a in rrain las p irli r car lo Detroit . Extra elinrte, rentx 1 I'lill.-iiai. pHrl.T ear I droit to Tor.. i to, eonnect. ' '' sleeper for . ,..!( rr, HU York, (-..nil. -i ts with ('. A (;. j. ilivision nt iMiraml for ( ln. ab'.t an.l Tort Union an.) with ('., S. v 1 rii. vi-i.-nfd- Saginaw ami I'.av City. I1 ri'i lias purlor car in Detroit. Extra cli.u tri-. e-iit, ami I'nllninn sli pitu; i-ar De !."!, ' !r"n.lt..Misp.-tiM-l, liri.lye. HnfT.Ho, Mnlail. lplin ami New York. r,,nn- ts at I'll rami with . ,v f. T. for I'l. Hnrnn nml Hattlf ( n;. lt an.l withC.S. & M . divl-ir.n for Miirinavv ami liny City. S :-.'0 am t rain lias I liront-h ,in v , -I,,- i . i inif ear, VVin.Jsor tosiispi-nsion Ilrl.le. liutlalo. vv,.stl.oni -lOM.i ' , trn , n ft s ft parlor car to lirnml Uupi.Is. Extra chares '.'." cell t?. " ' 7 :. h i . ni. train lia ti.i rl.,r ,.. r , 1 n v't"0'' L (,rall,, Haven with steany-r for K" ' ".!""' P'.wfm, A" A , Trnv. l'ass Airt. C l.ieaico. 111. L. troit, .Mich. OASTOIIIA. Til fss t'.aiU cf It n TrtittlULK ACCIDENT Tt la a fr.lV.l. . iu n iriuuia nrt'ulent to be btirned or scald? tl- but the DHin and acronv mi ti.o rit. -..! disfigurements can by rpilckl y over corriH without lenvltijr a f car bv usinff JelltTs ltch Hazel fcalve. W. II. Jenne!st St. Louis; B. S.Webb Aldrt'