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KrVsnr lwiMl . tram Vi.htgvi le tl.tue.U li'.strlrl. ' ' I B-ii - Jt .? H be " a e- large nura 'If - c b r of thns aent by delegatp to report on Vetri Canada t thrlr friend In Michigan, nd a a result of which hundreds of, people expert lo leave thl spring for the Kre (Iratit land of Western Canada. Alameda. X. v. T.. An.i. 31, IV.i,. tfc-ar r'rtcndi of Saginaw: 1 in e de airing o t.rciire a good an I 'ii h imp will To well to take our advice, ami eiamln the bind In lite ucuMioi hoot of A la ni ill, at we know tli.il every on Ih ihlH .mi ,. ir asric abljr aurntlsid. Ib-for r.eirg ina we were rrlly In doubt to ! moving here, I. lit after look.ni; li over 1 at onre decided o mi' :.i our home ner. ami we beg tlio-e ,,f .j ir friend who arc d.mro.i, f ,,uring farm. not to In thl. chani utip by. n ih i ii p noi muj it,, water not be M.rllnl. The fln. st tin ver Raw Is ji!o r.ii.e.t h... CIU We M ,,.. hr,nc )n alralghlcn out our a&jira. and mmi Here at om e. .... . Vr,lr t".i. (hlcn.il) Wll.l.lAU COI IOWSKI AI.IIKKT MAI. WILLIAM itn:iu:t.. lf Saginaw. Winnipeg. Man.. Sept. in, o,. Mr. S. V. M.'Iiuip, ci;i, f (,nlM tlnn Agent. Detroit. Mich. Dear Sir: we ara p. ;i,,d i Mate , , ,hM t nar fouii.t u,, country In th vlilnily vi A'?n,,,,l '"" l lo nli.it . an ! lr. K.llrr h.i. rrp:iM ntr,l it 0 lr. It l. In fa t. nn Idi-al Iwatli.n f.ir mliri farmliiR. Tlif I. ihr t,p,t , rv,r aw. atnl ni Dip farnii-r woro all lury thrmhlnir. hj.l an i-xr..;nt rhancp t ,.0 . ,ri),,.,v, ,Sy whlrh rannut In- iir..-,l anlurp. Thi. ,tp -ii!J nut hp In Ixlipr ro-i-oltln. U mw two year oM ntppr "7,,nl ' !" yrar t.l.l rn,, m ,., Ia..ji. J ., , nr, l)Utfit " Alumni. w,.rp f., on tutu hi In wlnd-r and hprd-d In minim-r. A w had prrvlotm to this vlnlpil (hp .-.iir.nPMPin Stat.-, In ,Pf f uf , -laricp. i.iinit.iT of farmer, to lura'e anllaldn land for mixed farniltis, we re nrw m n po.it to My that the i Alanicl.i ilitrut f UVMrrn (anadi urpaKM-4 i;n:n nil. The rouniry li ! equal to thru m,iit 7 hurincen In Ci t many. We wprp rather areptlr Indira tartlnn and our Intpiitlon wan to p. He In mtIiik. If w wrre milted. ,iit we Iiiivp m.w ilwidi-d to movp at iinre; that I. a early th'n fill wp po. Ihly r;.n. Wp l.'t Mr. liieli-l at Alann da. and laVe Lark hi fi .rt. and we m t iki- l,M fj:in!y at,d i Ii.,!'w ,ta U win li wp trn ,. i owr ulnrprrlr. (S'ljrnedl A l.liKHT M l ntKii Co i row ski, I.ndliirMn, Sllrh.. No. I, S'j7. M. V. Mi-lnne y.H) . t'olimu.iilon Aitint. Iiplrnit. Viih. hoar Sir: Wi havwjiiht riiuiiid fmrn thp Wrt. aid were -ir.-e.i i.ly wi'll ple.i.nl with the roiintr. We re cmiK lurk to lake tip our hniiieiti In Piir iy r.r!n We fereiird r.."i pr month and h.nrd worklrn for farmer, and the Imard wath. ,,t we ,.Ver had the I p.f and muMon ipiialy were p.rl.eiit. 1 ha fine flaior I owIi.k t ilie fine Riai. whlih the i a: tie an. I lie y feed upon. The -rni ate try hii-iiulile, anl treat tl.nr hired h'-lp mitu mm h ktn.l- The sr.iln I murh heavier tlinn here; wheat l.elnt f.J h lo the hu-hel; oal 4S l. mid l.ury often u." IIj. Any man with a rd team ant nioni v ei:."iKh to huy proli iii and n-ed fnr fit niotittia ran lienime rlih there In fue jiari. Miny peoptp who rrl-d tlere n rai ao wuli little, or li'.:hlr.. are well u(T n;i. One man I met held hi wheal from Ian yeir ar.d wa. iilTored $l'V'Hi f,ir thl jejr rrop and what he In I held over from lat vear, and I hot I in k at ft per hu-hel We are solng hark In the dpi Iiik t i work f'r tin nie farm er until -edln after w hh h we . ill tioniretead hetweeri eedln: and hir. rt. We think we will teiile on tlm SUnltot a ; Norihi-lern K. Jt. Von ran rt-fer any one to u for thl part of the mutiny, while we are here, ml wp will rheerfully answer any q iemio;: whlih anyone may wl-h to aek. Your trulr, (Smtirdl I IUS. IIWVI.KV. lO.-KI'll 1MILA. In nnr ouui-rn nretnren w nav a rue patriot, as cool and dctrrniincd ami alncer cbamiiions of the republic n are to I'" found nuywlipre within the borders of the land. We know that If trouble comes lo m they will be Riming the first turpi ing to arm, and tint. In the cause of the union, titer will dis play the Mine Impel linn valor and lirlllta.it daub lli.it. tliirty-flv year ago, (mmurlalied the paladin who followed I.ee anil Jackol, Johnston and lamg.itreet, wlih equal real to vic tory or d' fc il. "tale of Ohio. Ot of Toledo, I. m as t'outiiy, as t'rii.k J I'tii nrv niuk.s nlh lhat h i the eeninr iNrtinr ( it imii of l-' j. t'hiliey Ai 111, ilolllg lill-.llies in Hie I'liy tit TMle.ln. r.Hintv ri ii-I Hiuie aforeHiii'l, and thut ftni-l lit in will nv Ihe sum of '.Ml lirM'MKH m. I AIIS fur eaeti and t-veiy n if Titlnirli lhat rNlinot t cured b III- use nf llnH'i l aturrh I'ure. KI1K J CIIKM-'.V Hworn tu tiefoie me und sulisi-riled In tviy 1'resein e, tills t;h Uuy of In-ceinher, A. 1 1 lM. (Heal) A. W Ot.KAHiiN. Nulsry I'ul lie. 1111' ("klmrh t'ure l tnken Internally and a-t ilui ily nn H e llund and mu riius mirruies nf ihe evslein. H-lid lor tasllllmlilHN, free K. '. I'HKNKV l'., Toledo, a Hold bv I 'riiKsists. TV. 1111 tain 1 1) 1'ills arc the beat. 8k ag nay 1 aald to ti healthy plac -provided one haa no entanglemeuta with the vigilance ttnnuiiuc, tsrnt t ski re I I as tsisv Ytui lit teif. To tiilt li'hsi-cii 1 sily unit fcrever le nin;. et le, full nt life nTVe anil lunr lake Sit-1 11 IVse. th wnniter-wirker 1 lint lnake weiik ln.-n iron Aililnuiil.u, fr. .ir II. 1 nre auarnn lead llex-klel uimI inini tree. A. I. I'm. (1 lln ltenia.lv 1 11., I l.li u 11 er New VurU Tlicre Is only uno I.ntln newspaper d the worbl. My dtM'tnr Mid I w. 111 Id die, lint I'lsu' Cure fur ('iiiisuniitlun cured me. Amu Kelner, fherry Valley, III., Nov. ZI, 'Wi. Poey I tbe 1111 no' of a St. 1 .011 is florist. ?. vtinslnw'e Noolhlng Mvrii pnr ehll.lirn levlhlnf M.llen. I lis num. rr.li . e. ni:m BMUon, !!) psls. ruiv wind -..' I". f.rvnls te.H., Nearly nil the milk of liiiiimn kind res tnitcs of the run T T Cuee 4 iiiisIIhsii uraver. 1st (iiflr.li I OM lr i all.SrllK nr. or It I I . I Isll In rioe, ill ll(.its refllli I III mi 'V III Clilcatfo tbcre I a liopini or gud wounded bird. AX OLD BACIIKIrOR. HE trumpet bad jui aouuumS re treat when my aer vaot ram l to pull down th cur. talna and light th lamp In my barhelor quarter. Our reclment waa Utloned at Fort Spokane, many mllea from a town. "Ifa very rolil outalde, !r," aald iKilan. a he cave the lire an extra puke that lent Hip haitow fllikerlnr and danciin nn the wall. "I believe, air. If tielow frepzo. Why. lr," routlrupj t)oIan. lhiiiKhfilly. "If a eold the nlKht we luanhed to " III lentenre ill never completed, for Juki then we heard faint, timid Knnrk. iKilan miened tha door and then with half-itrin he turned to me and raid, "A lady 'o ae tha lieuten ant." "A lady?" I thought, and half uneon rloiily roe to meet her. "Walk In. me lady," aald Polan. rather reremonloualy, and then my eve beheld a ttle flit'ir muffled from bead to toe. "I runned away." ram boldly from under a bla; aoldler fur rap, almot rovprlng the entire fare. Tue cold." A moment later Dolan and I wer both on our knee taking off her over hoe, lending, and what to my barh elor eyea eeeined Intermlnahl wrap. It wa pretty picture that met my pare. A pair of tilax blue eye, a head of brotn. wavy tnlr thit tumbled In all direction, and a tilt rrd mouth that tinUed bark at me. Dli k HanRom kid." whlpred Do tan to me; "the mother wa burled yesterday." "And the father?" I Ve ; but Dolan hook 111 head. The rhlld teemed not at all dlpron rerted. and while he prattled to both of ii Impartially Dolan, In a few word, told me her hletory. Tb ul inie of It wa that her father wa nanmm. rtUilpated private In V rora pany, ami Hetty wa lift niotlierle. a Dolan had nald "Hut who' taklnx rare of hrr nowV I axked. 'Xiihoily but rtiinmini. lr. I up oe the kid w ft t left alone and wau Wed off. It'll be a leon to the vil lain," he rnnrluded. under III breath Now a my ethlihmnt wa run In a purely rnanruilne fnnhton, and Po lan w rook, valet, and general far totum. Ih advent of a female, even of tender eara. ermed likely to disturb the uua ori'r of thlna. "About dinner. lr?" atked IKilan. ftiMlly lnterpretlr.it my thnuRhta. Af- -WALK IN. ME LADY." ter ome little time we gravely decided to put a place for Hetty at the table, but to confine her to bread and milk. The eiperlment wa not a complete ucces. Though Hetty behavior at the table wa Irreproachable, the rath er upset our well. laid plan by asking for whatever she wanted, and to the everlaetlng disgrace of Dolan and my aelf, getting It. "After all. the little one Isn't much trouble," I thought, aa I d'fw my rocker up In front of th fire after dinner, reached for my pip and lay back In reverie. "I want my mamma." and I felt the little one at my knee. "Hetty want her mamma'" I reached down and lift ed her up In my lap. "Shalt I tell you a nice tnry" 1 asked, hoping to divert her thought from th mother lying under the win ter now. "Shall I tell Hetty a,out the fairies'" "lle'ty wnt" and then with a and den clapping of the little hand. "Het ty want bye lo'" live. to! What In the world wa bye. to Probably something to eat. Tin tan would know. "Dolan"' "Yea. air," he anwered, hurrying In. "The little girl waut bye-lo" "Sir?" . "Don't stand there aylng 'Sir''" I nwerpd, mimewhut unjustly, "hut g i anil get It for lipr!" "(let what, air?" "Ihe-lo, you blockhead!" I thunder ed. "Don't you know what It Is?" "Shore I don't, sir." answered !,,. tan, somewhat rKroiichfully. "Hye Io' Itye-ln?" repeating it number of llnic. "What 1 It, ir?" The little ore answered II for 111: "Hye-lo! Hetty want to go bye-li Slug tiye-ln." "Shore 'tl lngln' she mean lien- I tenant." said my Irish hpnrhman. At last we wpre on th right track. "Hyp-lo. slug bye-lo." uitlniieit the young despot In petticoat. There was a pause and then Dolnn aald, "I once knew a ring called Har low Hilly Harlow; maybe 'tt she's pronouncing wrong, sir." "Dolan." mniewhat rnaxlrgly, "do you think yon could " Hut nn emphatic shake nf the head ws Ivitan' reply. "You might try." I continued. "I've frequently noticed that men with thrnnt tike you" Dolan made a grab at hi throat lhat wa rather funny "generally sing, and ilng rather well, loo." After all, vanlti ran move tt to good a welt a to evil. "If the lieutenant nntr thought 1 otild." aald Dolan. "Try It." I anawered, heartily. "Try It. Dolan" "Tlye-lo! fling bye-ln," commanded my lady. "I think, itr, If ! turret m hirk. for which I ask ymr pardln " "OovaJ Idea. Turn yowr back and aim." Dolan tarn4 bla barb, anl aa I aloup4 lo wbUper aumattiaf to ti younitr on my kne. ther raa terrtne bowl that rattled th Try win dow. I knew young aoldler railed Bllle 'low, with an areent on th "low" that wa limply appalling. "For heaven ke. man. let np," I ahouted. while ltty rrled with a little ob In her voire, "Had man, bad man." roor, dear old Dolan! Tlalnty It waa not nillep Harlow th youngster meant. i bark to hla pot and pan he went end the trouble began again. i on ting nre-lo for Hetty, and a Httlp band patted my fare isrelngly. "n.k Ihtty and ling bye-lo." Tan you Ring Itr I asked. Th question wa an inaplratlon. for he began t0 rrrHin In weet. rhlldUh treble: Hye to. baby, bye lo. bby, Hye-Io. baby, bye-lo, by. Then rame again the request. "Ton Ing bye-to for Hetty." There lump In my throat I held the motherlrs little one rlo to m and began: Hye-Io, baby, bye-lo, baby. "Pwltty, pwl'ty." and a pat on th cheek my reward. "Rock Hetty and sing more." Hye-Io. baby, bye-lo. In by, I went on and on. The big blue eye began to rlose and the little hand llp ped from my houlder. Hye-Io, baby, bye-lo, baby, I tang ifnwer and slower, lower and lower. Hye - lo.- baby,-bye - lo, baby. IIt-lo,-hb! THOMAS II. WtlSON. !.' Vnrk Nlreel Hallay. The grn receipt of the (tree; rail waya of New York ilty In 1V6 wer $I5.ihio,ii(m, hut the amount paid the city In taxe ami In all other way wa only I per tent, of the amount. The ac tual proflta reprrsent I' or 20 per rent, on the real rot of ronat ruction. These enormous profit are hidden by numt liberal w atering of to k. An In tain wilt Illustrate the extent to which thl I carried. When the roti olldatlon of the meet railway line a effected In lMTi-'jr. the capitaliza tion. Including that of leased line rep resented by rental paid. w.n Increased to f"i .iisi.o '0; while the track operat ed bad Increaaed to only 171 mile, repri sentlug a capita!:za'lon of $1imi, roo per mile Sin e 1S!j the capitaliza tion ha leen Incrrand to more than $:,'..is o.oort. the Bmoi.nt per mile ip malriing the ime. AIi1k;ur!) thp aver age cost of constructing a line of street railway with double track I but IK. i a mile, ami t"ii.'io would be a I I) eral allowance to ct.ver all expenie Ini liulliig rolling ttoi k. power plant etc., the company ay handsome divi dend at thp ralp of nnO.iMi ppr mlUs The net profit during ls9V96 wer $3.i3H.397. Wheal lleanls Were 1.ed. ..... 1 In the reign of hli-abeth every bear4 01 a iiirtnignt grow in w utiject to a tax of 3 4i. peter the (ireat. in ITo.'i, Imposed a tai upon the beard of i the Itusslan noble i f lisi rouble, j while Hip rotiitnon people' beard-tag j aiiiountrd to one kopec. Thl tat I caused mm h dissatisfaction, but In j spile of this, the lniHst wa extended I to St. Prtemburg In 1711. The tax on beard wa confirmed by Catherine I. In 1T:, !iy IVter II. In I:, by the Etnpreea Anne in 1731, and In 17U by the Kmpres Kllzalieth. It wa re pealed by Catherine II. In 17'.J. In Prance a beard-tax was lmHised upon th clergy. The celebrated Duprat. lord high chancellor of Prance, wa the adviser of the nieasurp. and a bull wa published by the pope enjoining the clergy to have their chin, and then a tax wa levied by the king up on all who wlahed to lie exempted from the harh decree. The bishop, and othera who could afford the mean, paid the tax. but the poorer clergy were obliged to yield at thp point of the razor. I'roni nf ( I iimiwnle. The reporta of the eleventh cen.ni Just published how that the 712 gaa work In the I'nlted State spent for wage 10.f.l2,79l. fur material $11. M7,Hs7. The grosa receipta wc.e !... '.s7..".i'V More than one half of the gross receipta thu went to pay Inter est and profit, even after making an allowance for m!i ellaiicui ipenses. The truth uf tbpe autistic I vuueh-d for by ieiln Instance of common knowledge. Knormnu profit are made and concealed by bond lsuc and in ci ease i f capital stock. A legislative coininlttt e in lti Investigated the Confoll'lated ia rimp:iny formed by the union of six gas companies, and showed that the capital of the oilginal companies had ben Increased from I17-, ooii.cnn to .1.i.ii7H.i'iKi, without the addi tion of a incli- dollar of real Invest ment, bill. 011 the contrary, wlih a re nioval of I2.noo.ooo in asset. Th New Time. t'liplil nn t(Mirslei. Mine. Hahknicteff. who visit her mother, Mr. He-ale, every year, I again in the city. She I a slsier of Mr. John H: Mi hnn and widow uf a former Huln charge d'urTalr in Washington. A romantic tory of their first meeting I (old. It wa In (hi way: Mis lleale whs sluing on th door step of bcr mother' house, one of the colonial edifice of lafay ctte aquare, when her llttlo pet dog, seeing the count gazing admiringly at hi mistress, entered a barking pro test. The young lady called the dog off, the count iipologlicd and the ac quaintance began which subsequent y led to their marriage. Chicago Trib une. llerlln's HI reel lUllwar. Id llerlln the street railway mad Urge original payment for Ita fran chise, yet pay 'i per cent, of It grnaa receipt to the rlly.'reimbiirie the rlty for paving and cleaning be tween Ha tinck. and In 1911 th entli yxlein will baconia the property of th city without cost. Similar provUlou for the reversion of track to th city xlat In many European cltlta. RiFUCEES CEClt I OOO. l'lr TkMit fr Their Ilmj u, i tilaw. From the Noeih CMni Herald: About .000 a'llwart Kiangh refu ge, with their women and nhildren, who have elmdind th'- village ow ing to the frxxla anit-inscquent de atructlon of their rfY.pa list summer, have recpntly loured lrr3 Roucho an l Ch'angchou prefecture. penHrntlnr. within the tinriler at varlou polnu by boat and by I ind. V.'hn thU tr llnilar army rf some Il''-'i reftg.e: nMl thrmirh 'h e;ri - t.f C'lir.- bUnz -ri V . ii:d for Ilie nort't ent tii I I n:i vurc ,-t ir-re P. i -1. 1 ."cri'M l!.p wlr "i to th- v,'.'i proviu clil ru'h'irl.jes ; t ) I'.ro v wli i i:.i ii:editl) net ! lo t':.c nun r 't ' 1 1; in I at r er ta - ; i-.t In rifi:!. ! r: ; I Y'ansi b: ti j r- f. - s to ;r-,i at '.ii-.n;, the f'li'her p-n7im if t h -n. '!.! ,-rd f r - tietM t r. mun where they we p ar.d nwt r 1 ' !' ' plip front Pn.ch'iw. I'tit l; ;.:t if all or''rr fir tlie'r rventirii, rvn th trp"i rirt by 'e;rn. r K'l mi1 I not -o the in . niin of t Lie iff IKcea Into !-m r' i w or f':r.in:c! o'l p-. -rltorles. Ihry (,ily ovcrrole th si ery. who. liit.r, f'irhld !iu to nv 'bilr fir' irn:.i. v.. r- a-lly r-' h "'l aside by the n rp In'.pMn of the on savory mil- if r.r.';:t rm-n. wem-n and children, anl thp mob wa o':n in full nifsr.i,n of th d r.ir'.ci f C'tiln- kitpl. keionrirg to Ch'anc' ho'i an I Ch'angsliu .f ihe S.cu liow rrefi" tu-e respectively. It appeir that the re! igee decided lo divide themelves Into two band In or 'rr to relieve the prn eure, and to a also n"t to be too r a drain upon any one dUtrict. a that T.ciuld Incile the native to ci,n tlder Hip law of rplf-pn "rv,'on anl arm thi m.ielves rn m.i p to flsht the rpfuges. whereas at pre-m' it U only gcoil-liumore.l. passive relvr!ep n the Invasion of the Kianci h ref ipe -s where pity for th'lr r!ltre Is al. felt by the more fortunate dwellers on the southern banVs i f the Yangtze. Th" refugee a ear to follow mllitiry rule In forming an encampment, rn-h a posting guards, etc.. at variiui point. When they rrrlve at a dis trict two-third of the w men and hil dren at our spread them-lvc' over the field and full up by the rr.jts any thing planted th'-re-Bt tre prespnt time gpnerally vei;p'aliie, bcnr.s, c!c. -while a ttrong forrp of men form a covering party, r.rmed generally with club and etavrs The rtmalnder of the womi-ii. rbllilnn and men In the maiiM!- approach the villages an t "teg" fcr rlre or wheat, although l:i many care It I not begging but neMit taking wtict they can without askl:;K "by your leave." In two horn after the rrlvl of the refugi-ei at a villas they are side to r i rue ar, I vei t ib'e ad Mint iint and Iced theme!te4 to the full They rarp'y ty nu rr than f ir-ty-e:rht hour ai any one pV e, mov ing from villawe to viliac ami ;nr. In a northeasterly dlrn-tlon. with tl.r J Itl'ention. liKV l1ir!;ire. .T appeal):. g personally to the itivi.r. ir fp xhr shr..i!l..l to V, lit S'KII h')W 1? over the cold w elt her. ltniaN I'lMenters. The eo-i iilej t,rei k-or:hiM'iox popu lation of IlUh!t Is permeated with sects if itifsenter of r! possible- i. r.otnir.atlcn ll is cstlmilel that on ' third part of t!at p i;nil.it ion beloi.gi In r nlity to some brn'vh of noneon fi.rnns's I.u'bei nr.. ra'l na'ht. ab lnt.iri.in, Iljptlatanr.il Atiahaptirt ere represent' d in vamria way among these d..enter, many of whom s'.ritf to return to the prlncple of primitive Christianity, or even to still more nn cietit fninis of 'sce'ety represented In the old testamrnt. The right of free Interpretation of the Dible I thu Car rie I all over Hussli. and there Is no fori which could limit It. Kvcty vil lage ha It own tejcher-mcn ard women-"ho Interpret the Hill" In their own way, almost alwar hostile to the present tate and tn the nfT.i-lal church. A powerful rei'gio'.is move ment 1 thus growing In Ku-sia. and It I also botin I tn work In a not remov time a a powerful force against an tocracv Thp Outlook. He, eons Olijecteil lo High Kirks. The stnld people of Oui novia, N. Y., are wrought up over a io;t of viti covp cntertilnmeot. which w.i adver tised to take place under the aio-pni of the H.ipMst Church " iety. Th" church people expected illic;h llg HI the nature of innoient tabb-aiu. and when high kicking avd t.oxlng 1 o its were exhibited the brethren riliel on the shPlilT to tpp the show. PERSONALITIES. Anthony Hope I freely ci lilcisit-.g America and American, lie says we arp ronci ited and wa disple.ised be cause the women m.id.' no attempt t' conceal Ibe f.u t they were dls.ippo'.ti: ed W illi bis pel miii.i1 !y. Those busybodle who said that th relations betwien l r. I'miltney His low and the Kinpi rot William were strained talked without th fact These school-fellow are apparently upon the best of term, for Mr. Illge low ct,t the kaiser hi book. "Whit Man Afrlu." and the latter h.i r;:it word to tbe author by the hand of hi chief nld de-camp that be I delighted with It arid "amuse himself vpry much rending It." lie consider Mr. Hlge low' "description of Houtli Africa an 1 the manner in which It I wasting th? bet he ha ever read." Moat golfer know that the tlrand link Michael nf Kiiasla, who I now entirely angllclr.ed. I an enthusiast for the game, and It I stated that he I having a new eUhlcen hole rotirsn laid nut mi hi Kentish cti'p Hith erto he ha practiced on the green of be local club, traveling thither on a motor car: but til presence Attracted such a number of Inquisitive wlght eer mix loin In watch a prlnr wh) aland n near a Rustlan throne lhat he was compelled to lessen the num ber of hi visit. He once remarked that the ever-exlhlblted love of royal ty wa one of the most singular char acteristic of the liberty-loving Eng lish "It possese." he mil. "ailstc ernt and democrat alike " ICvery dog ha his day. b it a dog' day li only a d.g'aday. 'hite brocade i u-d for vei'a V !..:h p.,r.i Sleeve to bail dre-ne, and other renlng toilette are suspected rather than een. Some new and beautiful pvenlng silk hut tiny turquoise, palp green and light rose-colored tr!pe on white ground, with biSy rosebud acattered rarelesly aUiut. Organdic-miMlme I a lovely fabric for aummer wear. Th color tone are exceedingly soft and beautiful, and th design are quaint and blzirre, and ' thoroughly artUtle. Plush Is n.nklrg a vlgnrou bid for favor again, ami u.cd In combination wlih Venetian point lace; embroidered with gold and hilver thread. It make a very rich dres trimming. On duty of mlnltr I to tay: 'Tome." "Idiii t come," I the message of a missionary at Dawson City, and It la given to warn away th multitude dreaming that there 1 wealth for them In th Yukon dlitrlct. H la thu preaching phylcal salvation, for "the country It already overcrowded, and Ihe supply of labor I greater than the demand" IK not forget tho two word, "Don't come!" GAINED 22 POUNDS IN S WEEKS. Fri IHt Py-SlnHdrr, ilMumb, III. Alderman Louis Vi. Camp, of ourritr. ha quit atiinilird his f riand of late, by a rnirkal.leguiniaweiirht. lUbasgained Zi (ounds in flv weeks. Thou of bi friend bo do out know th fact of but sicknM will read with Interest tt fol lowing: "I was broken dnwnialiealtband ot'erly nilMrabl.'' said Mr. I aum to our reiorier. "1 was unsl.le to work nmrli of the tint aud so badly a!f btp.1 with f.rni of stoniwcta truuul tlit li(wuaveritatlnihtmar. "I trieil vartous (iiiie.liew t.ut during tb il ru'.nths of inv i-kue 1 obtained no relief. I bad always ln a rolni.t healthy man and miuiw l-ore I esMlv upm in "About too years .-! a w.lvil to try I'r. H illiauis I'nik I'lllsfor l'aie I'eopie. 1 purel-ae4t n Imii and re'-eive! mi much Isvierlt that I ul tt s a more aud was entirely cure.1. f tf-ioi"! in'nf it iie.i xiui"i In ' tti'U. huiep 1 inp-ed taking th pills 1 hav x-ari-rly had an arbe ur ain. n(ee'tif luff (ft AliUrmitn. " Ir Williams' I'ink Tills restnreil oi to health (lit 1 mo-t heartily r-ouiaiend them " U IV. Camp i n oath nuy that th fore going statement is true. W. W. JilK'4V. .V.(nr rMt.'le. Kollowing is th physician' rertifb-at a to Mr amp s i re-- nt i tuiditon. I aiu a reirulai ir licnx-d phvicio of Mactiniti. Mcl iiiough t "hit, Hi. I hav verv recent 1 v eiamiucil Mr I.. W.Catcp a to bi grtiarwl ptiVM'al c n-lition. au i tlnd tu aine to lj ail ti.at cot lit l-pilewireit.ap. 1-et'tenn l digptun c od. bleeps wail, su l ia 11 ttm eriilenrpw of teiiig In I'tiviii al imn-iitiou. I'm I. Hi ll. M. I n rii.si ami wnrn 10 i-cior m ima IVuh dsy of Net te:nl.er. I W. W. ilru.aa W7. Tin- spring ef'jn i at hand, and tt U not unreati-.aiil to hope that sarsi pgrll'.a will e.T !!( t'.e bad b.ood eng ndereJ Ly ibe a'r.e affair. AN OPEN LETTER TO MOTHERS. We are aeet!n In the courts our Hi-M to th eielnie uf t-t Pie w..ru 1 A-TniU. ' and ' 1'lii IU.lt C!ilIA. 'asuurTraOeMsik. I, Dr. Sjmo. l I'ltiher. of Hvanuls. MaM rbuwils. w th r:,i.iiii.r i f ' TITt HKK S CASTOKIA. " the iiie iht l,a borne ami dis-s now b- ar the fa. -lntle .,niiurr of I HAS It PI.KTCliKIt on every wmt r r. Thi lathe original ' lMTfllKIt M'ASTi lll.V whlih has t-en um-U la t!i b' r uf ;he niothrrs ot America t r over tliirtv y.-ar. k carefully at Ihe wrt'l"'r and - that ll la the k.nd. J'.u hav alwa) ImiuwIiI.' and has the sl.-l.atur uf i HAS II. PI.K.It'HUK on Ihe Wrapper. Jio cne has aiithomr from die lo ue niv rsmp ei rep The Centaur I on pany. of which Cbas IL Fletcher Is I'realdent. lar n, SAMl'liL I'lTCIIKR, M. IX The earlier ymi buy your spfins ul tbe moro nttiMitloti it w ill iittra"t. I nloeailn l.ol.l I Irl.l. Coloruib) 1 the ImiiiHT gold proiluc-1 ing stuti in the I'ulou. I'r.'iluctloii in 1h;i7 over stjo.ii.ii. This year proin. Im- to exiifil H'.i i, is s i.ll-s i. vcw strlkei nre In-Iiii; ninde every ilay. Notblnc, like It in-e the day of 't'.l. Would ymi know nil nlxnit tliese tblng.1 1 Then wtiil twenty live ii-nt for a ix-1 mouth' trial subscription to the, "MINIM! Woltl.li." no eight page il liisiratc.l vvii-kly pupi r. Ui gutar sub I acrlptlon. $l.ii n veiir. Tin- lievvslcst I iiiltilni: m p:iHr In tlu world. Ad-iln-s World.'' I'. O. IWiX Hill. Im'U-I Ver. Colo. ' The "Jingo" rongreasmen. who try to make the most of every provocation to war, remind one of the little girl who. when lightning struck the house, and partly destroyed It. clapped her hand and cried. "Io It again'." But ah kuew no better. n-T-lle tor tltlv lent. Coiaranleed toli:ieen hnlel etlPe. tnikea weaa tin n strong. i'l pine .'' l AlldiuggitiA Ihm't i-reillt votirwlf with lirniu ! cntiso jon nre limui'ly. Pniuk Sledge Cigarettes, CO for Set Tlieri' nre lu loilginc bouse I.oii'b.n o'.'il coiuui"ti Th.ml.eryof ltlawful. USE ST. JACOBS OIL You'll feci it Is worth Its weight In gold.i-!ras.iiitf .W ' WE HAVE i!0 AGENTS Wl kilw aU 4iPar4 tlV. -riMf Ur tm uA ', ( . nuif kin hm lt ftn kr I'f r a rrltiKt llHatlb-wwl SA tltlaai -f rrt i.'i.li. l am uJ lt- l. tita Hr.g.f PH 1. 4. SB. tmm. Wod ft W aaaa M (a. t4W-0 M 41 t Vs. TV. lem RwM ELKHART caRnuog an laauga Mm to. ar. a. rauTT, tw. tuvuiur. i.. "HE THAT WORKS EASILY. WORKS SUCCESSFULLY." CLEAN HOUSE WITH APOLSO 1 f , V:'. iivvvvviZ-'t i a s a a i y 1 63 I! Ill fa a Rool thiri to tm rM tt, !-caGo U, Mom! L. tha trnJinff r'.ac8 of li S,?irinj and dan-truus di.-exs.-H. la YOl'R bloo-I l.a.1? You cn havo Rc-d L!o.v, w hich U r" L!ok1, if you want ii. Y u can U ri 1 cf pimples boils llotches n cr. l uirors Hott? Vy tha ue of In. .yr't a r mm mm i c- c Farapariila. It it oricinutinj in t!io l.! r:;Ti "Tr,Ter'i Far;r "a rSsi''ian'a a bl-sd p-.rrer. Lvi -iU ail -r UtJ Ui. Oui responsibility has beca fair dealing. In buying a Hartford You know your bicycle POPE WFG. CO., Hertford, Conn. CaUicjut Irce lr:m ny Cciumtia dciirr, cr ty mail Icr oat 2-ttnt tamp I rii--. i ..-r,' sr- l' .-7. 1 il 15. l wt eLii i v ho tt j cat ecusj gr th rr wn.i so A fft V S S AS 3 HAJ eeT1m- . ?i C HMRiNrjrp ncr: po i kiaainic N:rtC3M I 4 ' VTttTSSTttrtTVTV?STVttTTVTtHtTmftvVfWVi GOTTOH P11IES5, . ATTEPJTION! roHiTivrLY M I Gt!lH"E SEEP or THE Cr.LCHRATCO JACKSON AFRICAN J. LIM3LESS COTTON IS OTTNF.D BT THIS COMPANY. PLAMl S AKB WARM I) NOT t parch ! o4 thr oftrrlng wrd clauwlag II le few I thl wwtJerlulljr pnlillc arkty, as 94 mot I ewr psssession , aesoMvlitwut ur trad nark. rtilstrrt la L. S. fa tint Otlica.caabeauthantkatcil aa par aad gtaula. . a. v r- -e im rt ..." i "iv TrJ uuk. vP- eefTas-. Sin (or our Great CITer to Cotton Flaatin. AUliNTt WAMTEU. IACKS0N AFRICAN .:. .:. LIMBLESS COTTON CO. 9 1-2 Pcachtre St., Atlanta, Ua. j DROPSV FVDlSC0Vt(Y: i t.r l.i ut tal I lt t Mr tit", r-kt4. .l.l,.eV Iliri-M I rat. M - HMl U M.Ik lo Urf ttm W saiijrs fr vits tmrvat Imh. at. yrv 4V4 U-4tf. 9. tlCwvAiknuiaiM HI t; MC. (ai A y Va-i I 7 n - ? '' ' . j j e s r - J tl e r c. s r ' a J - - l p.-lj IjT ail diseases r-r.mr r rp-4 U m by ff-T Htn I Ug-va taking il I 'r. b.t. c;-'d we." i-ivvl CtArr, V.'ewvn, Mi . -- 7 cctablishcd by 21 years of - Vedette is c!l that is claimed fcr it. IRONING MADE EASY. HaS MANY IMITATORS, BUT NO EQUAL. This Starch Kcientifie princi ples, ly li.ru who hav had year of .vt rrirnoe in fancy laundering'. It rfHnrn old linen and summer dree to ti.cir natural whiteness and impart n leant. ful und lasting firUb, Tb only starcli that i perfectly LWiwit t ontain no arseuic, alum or other in-ji-rion aubstatue. Can be nsesl even lur a baby ("owtlrr. SK TOUR CROCCI I OR IT AMD TAXI kO OTHER. LADIES 15 flTviRis tr ncttftxRMirss. 4 ....... a lleAtrviniff rALMAoll.VlutlAOlJ. Ti'TrjomiT'i s s, i r i ii i miii ;-i e ACUTTv"Cr.RCniC fCMALf DiSCA5C5; Ccn.l'L5IOn3.CIWr5.M Hy5TRlCS.InTWftAirA!ll5. CE5lMM0NSMLD.ee, I 5T. 10 U 1 3. MO.. U.S. A. i PRICt-OlirDOLLAR ( 4 MVf ftaMXl i laiaV r'g ftm mt IICHANQID WaV ' j V ttt -aat. waw.aa4.afl. - mJU U TO OATI ' iOT0r,i rr. ron 6i tn n ' I I ( t . a .., a4 ith ftvrl .! tW . wia1 o .1 ikii'M ta wftmm ax I akiu w .11 I an mi 11"! NtWBEailTHIOLgiSTrllt i OLD Ml; AT THK WOOOtN WfHllL.1 f ...(. (if. Mtssl ,M mmk wknasts I" Itf.mtm aM fk.sk aa tau-a. I Ml LSI', 7 firi(w i rf-r ,.! I. iM ra ;bwmi aa an iktu li -Hr cm ..! )it vt) hummmkuw. Itar 4- tw m . 1 ta ,- - twavr 1 I PICTURES sni FRAMES .Tt trttxilh IiiQ 1 innj. t l n vnr p-)i whj n I ifi mm. wuriw f.,.a.M, Jkt i l.vitakL. (J.- If W. N. U. HtJllSI ON. NO. 14. Isl Vnca Aa-skci ini) Adtrtistict ill Hct,j Taij tpt. a i mil , i iii ik i r. raiiiPRFWirsTn t I WW - "7 I ar ip war ! IS Jill P-ai l 4T r i i im m . i ee- -i ii s s' i-s- I rVji'V -'-.t -r-T ' - ! 'jf1 " " t .'ija.s... ! tfl nrsl1!"'.' I wf