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PRAISES AMERICANS. I 'I,EW H0RSE disease. Criticism on Moody and Sankey Songs Arouses Their Friends. frealdent of Indiana Muale Triirliera' Aot'lNlioa UrrUrfu lliem to lie Hot Itrligloua Wurkrr De clare litem l ull of l'r. French Ambassador Pleased with Ills Trip Through the West. Ten Tboatnnd Itrae In Himtinttan Suciuiitli In n WeeL, mid Doc lor .Ire 1'lixlrd. GAY AND FESTIVE SEAL. Moody und Sankey bongs bones that have clectriric'd great audiences und which are .still being hold by' the hundreds of thou&and.s of copies, re ceived a Mow at the convention of the Indiana music teacher- which believ ers in their cflieaey and beauty take an an affront to those who use them. The resolutions udoptcd at that con tention are liranded as nonsense by teachers and .student ut the Chicago ' bloody institute. "1 hone that all the rot of the Moody and Sankey style of musie may be destroyed for use in Protestant churches," tnid President Pierce, of the Indiana organization. "He makes u mistake," declared Charles McCrea, of the North Side rchool. "In the first place, songs of the -Moody and Sankey type have done more to create real enthusiasm ami bring out real conversions than all of the (dd .staid und classical church se lections." "We must recognize the elevating In fluence of such music as the Church of Koine usi s," continued President Pierce. "Yes, it is elevating," answered one of the ministers, "but who can want a piece more inspiring and better for Its purpose than 'Ninety and Nine.' The strength and beauty of some of the Moody and Sankey hymns, .such as 'My Ain Countree,' is undeniable. The ringing power of .'Christian Soldiers' even this Indiana professor cannot dispute. Perhaps our hymns nre not classical, but we like them and will continue to use them, not because they ore Moody and Sankey hymns, but be cause t he v meet our needs." Drclnrri 'I lint He Foil ml Clilenito So ciety ry I'ollahetl h ml, tit re e uble I'liiU llvldcnet tf I'reneh Influeuce. MARRIAGE DUE TO A PIG. fait Over it Little Porker i;til m Weiliilnv of the Hlvnl (la I in it lit. In M. Jules (.'ambon, the French antbas-; Sudor to the I'nitcd States, who has; tailed for France, for his summer va-1 cation, has ju.t completed a trir . i through the states bordering upon the great lakes, say a New York Herald , dispatch from Washington, and he j peaks about his experi ncc and oh-; nidations on his return with much! enthusiasm. I "Wherever 1 w e n t sa id M. ("a mbon, ; "I ua inipre-cd with the spirit of; progress that was manifest. Thest i western people are not accurately . judged by their fellow countrymen ol thi' east. The east, 1 think, holds It-! clf aboe the west and feels that the; west is not ipiite its equal in learning. enterprise, or if I may be permitted: good manners. Now I think I f.'::u'j the Chicago soe'ety very polished a!. agreeable. In the homes in the north ern part of the city I found most a rt is- tie and musical development.. I' found this nl.-o true of other cities 1: visited. j "Two 1hing- as a result of my tr'r; nre lived in my mind tlrst, tlie won-! derful. the magical development of the inland .-Kites, and, secunil, the fact j that wherever I have go! e 1 have met with friends of France and a niulti-j tude of men and Women engrafted on ! the American soil with French blood in their veins. If I were asked to make n prediction as to w here the center of inlluenee of the country would be years from now, I would point 1 that region through which I have jut passed, extending from Pennsylvania , (in the east to the Mississippi on the west. It is the heart of the country Over all this region, destined for much greatness, the French hare left their impression. It is far deeper than 1 had supposed, and this is particularly true of the valley of the Mississippi.", Ten thousand horses in Manhattan j have succumbed within a week in a ; lit w epidemic, whieh -o fa r has puzzled ' the ct erina t ians. w ho admit that t hey have not yet been aide positively t j determine t he cause und nature of th disease or successful I v treat it. The i troulle first became apparent a week i n,'Ot and since then the outbreak hs ! been general, alllietmg the hi; It-bred roadsters and coach horses, as well ; as the beasts of the truckmen and peddlers. The disease, however, is i j more prealcnt among the heay draft j horses in the down-town districts! ; than anywhere else. i j The symptoms are hiiih fexcr, fi I ; cough, loss of appetite, and general' ; weakness, in many cases amounting to complete coliap.se in harness. j Although there have been no deaths, j ; Dr. F. .1. McCatVerty, of the New York ! Veterinary hosjiital, said the other day j ; that the new epidemic was the most! ' serious outbreak of disease among , horses since 17I, when the epizootic j j killed thousands and made ten times! as many useless. The epizootic last ' ed six weeks in t his neiy h ho r hood, ami ' in that time a horse on the .streets of ' New York was something of a curios-j il.v. Most of the trucking was done i with oxen. ; STARTLES THE BAPTISTS. : A little squealing pig brought a longstanding- romance to a conclusion th other day and united the lives and for tunes of Miss Mathilda Parkinson and Hiram Johnson. They own adjoining farms near Hudson, Pa., and bothure well over the In lf-cent ury mark. For u score of years they have been neigh bors, and their love affairs antedate that time. Put for the lit tie porker, that innocfntly began the weaving of ' a ploi to briug them together, their lives might never have been crowned with marriage. Miss Parkinson saw the little pig in Johnson's pen, and said it was her. Hiram remonstrated gently but firm ly. Miss Parkinson grew more a& ertive, and finally both lost their tem pers. "I'll get that pig yet," announced; M is s Pa rk i n.son. , "You touch that pig and on'il si e what will liapp! n," llm aimed Hiram. .Mi-- Parkiii.-on wasted no further.' time in argument, but appeared be fore Alderman Conoli.ui, of thi. city,' and hnl a warrant issued. The 'sipiire, at'Wr hearing the -lory, orde red the pi g subpoenaed, a nd j t w a brought into court ny do lit".4 op. Some of I he il bhin.l-s tevt;f:e.; that th, y be- lieve 1 i he pig be lout; i il to .1 1 din -on, an 1 other- s;,id Mis, Parkinson owned it. The. 'puirc XuunJ the pig was partial to h. !i. r u n ni nf to ( i t M r when a hand was i,e!l toward it. r-o e, . n ll ic t i n ir was the testimony that he finally d. e'ded that the pigs.Lu4M be killed and di vided equally. Mi-s Parkinson and Johnson protested, but neither would j ie!d t he ownership to the other. "There i-. only one ot In r a y," sa id the .'s ui re; "g't married and keep t he pig in the family." After nunc pjict word- the pair concluded they w ouU. The 's.ji;irc performed tlje ccn mnny, j nir r leu ii (.iioda In ;erinnii. Numerous .articles are appearing in Ihe German press violently appealing! to that government to lake immediate j tcp- io deal with tlie coming Invasion , of industrial America. "American ; poods are roming into this country in j ever i net easing volume in the shape of ; small inachinerv. typewriters. bi ! cycles, casl( registers, furniture, counting house littings, boots and shoes, leather goods in great variety, nnd material for men's and women's clothing. Two years nto flermany im ported about 1','0 tons of small machin ery from America. Last j-car it was rienTly 1,000 tons." The Kn-uz Zeihing, which represents the agrarian class, calls for fresh ni-toni duties. PEDDLERS AT WASHINGTON. Odd Cluirnctrra Who Makr n Llvrll IkmhI liy SrllliiK I heir Ware to IViIerul Clerka. I3ach executive ollice of the govern ment at Washington lias. Its time-hon-, ored peddler, who generally takes a ! st-and at his or her post before the clerks arrive each morning, and re mains with the greatest tenacity until , the last clerk leaves the department in the evening. One of the queerest of these peddlers is an old woman, known j as Mistress Hayes, who sits in a con-! torted lump at the north front of .the ' interior department, with one eye. on! her P.ible and the other on the lookout for customers. ll r w a ri s a re a lot runs, needle, buttons sma !! things .. (eh as p d se ! !, making in a I! 1 1 ui t e for a e nder of i h i - c!a (li ! a nee of ma i. ' '. el- - Itv. Jiitinaton Mjcm Tell utile no ; ut Mi-xlco. Mo., Iti i I Wurk of , C'hiireh la to Sn from llel". Kev. Johnston My r , pastor of th . Imnianuel P.aptist church of Chicago, i startled the State Papti-t Young Peo- j jib's union at Mexico. Mo., the other j day in his address on "Soul Winning." i He told the preachers and de'etrates j that there was something wrong with j the churches of to-day. "This is why i the country has Christian Science,! faith cures and other strange doe-; trines," he .said. "The people are look ing for something th" churches are! not affording tin m, ht art frit religion.; A varivty of fads i,: swipt the i eliuri'la s and preach' r i n - me ea m'J have gone after tht in it:-ti a 1 of after souN. The ministers are in society, ; They are 'pond fellow s' insti ad of soul winners. I like to sec people -n afraid i of me that they will wnlkoieron the ; other side of the street, fearing- that i I will talk religion to t hem. That's my oaily business, to save souls. "It is not the pait of the church to , educate men, for thousands of uni versity graduates go down to hell, if ; I had 1.0iio.t)u0 1 woiil I yivr' :in) to 1 education and the rest to salvation,1 The church is to ave nun from hell, not to educate them." Jerr York llatlrry AqnMrluiu liaa Matufiial Thit Treiti iyrctu tora lu .shuurr Ilatbi. j In the Pattery aquarium at New . York a sudden show er bath can al ;:ys j be had. Unless you have been th re j before you don't know unythingebout the bath until you get it. In order to ' make it possible to avoid a ducking, the follow ing inst met ions w ill hae to ; be carefully remembered: j The West Indian seal, which oc I copies a huge tank on the ground floor, is what you want to steer clear of if j you want to keep dry. He has been j nt the iiquarium so long that he feels perfectly at home. He will swim ! about his tank lazily for hours, some- times without paying t he slight est at I tention to the sightseers, mid then when a group H gathered about his i tank he will suck in about Jive buckets ! of water ami let it fly. The result is n j general stampede nnd numerous com i plaints to the authorities. Of course, the complaining does no good. The next most interesting member of t he aquarium family li ing in a huge tank nt the nqu.'irium is a nine-foot sturgeon has ben at th aquarium only about five weeks, ami apparently i : homesick, for he has not eaten a I. iot sel since his advent. "If he doesn't recover his Fpiritr soon we'll lose him," said one of the attendants the other day. According to the ofliclals, however, the sturgeon can keep on living for two months without eating. They have had tish down Ihere. they say, that have gone without food for six months, and then made up for th- ir long fast by eating until t hey developed the gout. OUTDOOR GAME FOR LADIES. DAILY EXCURSION TO CALIFORNIA Through tirst-cl.iss and Tourist sleeping Cars to Ualitoniiu uiid Oic every day in the vrr from (Jiiicio. ncDOfiMAiiv nnMmiflTcn cvniiooin IMlOUNliLLI UUIiUUU I LU LAUUIIUIU 4 EVERY THURSDAY FROrVl CHICAGO. Lowest Rnts, Shortest Time on tlie Ro.'id, Pi n est Scenery. ( )idy loiitc by which you can icac Ihuhc anv day in the wede and 1 1 a in tourist cats on fast trains all the way. For descriptl w pamphlets and f In fonnat ion inquire of nearest agent, or address W. II. KNIMF.KN, ("Jcne I'asv.'tier and Ticket Agent. ChU-auo. CHICAGO & NORTH-WESTERN RAILWAY. r w I. notion l'ntlinc W'lileh li Crn Iletueen In on 'Onnl ami (-letvtt. f shoestrings, and all other IN rs generally heavy stock Th.'mgh a I, oa ' ii r s i rook. ! w a " !o.,;h oin I a s a ra i n- M, !!-oi:eh r .fa i Ii n g t o ' i h go in. us a trifle. - dropp, d ! Io' ens '. a" :he t- p-. wh I ! I ! j lui ,o-,d p... the bic c!-e ! .1 f V i !u ir oee-ip t. t,i of the IP Iec el - liv cTe ..: i od. I'ci t !n r 'on.- o. corner itehCick and lo el the 111 ore .pa Trlnl of tlio l i. The trial of the pyx, r the testing of the money of the t'nitcd Kingdom, whieh took place in 1ondon at (lold tmlth's hall, piys the New York Trib une's correspondent, is a very ancient ceremony. The first known trial for which a writ wm issued took place in 12S1. lalward III., in bit.'., formally established the ceremony which down to 1ST0 took place at uncertain inter Yals. An act. was pas,.d in IsTO, how ITcr, stipulating that the trial of the JX, whieh is a box or chest in which ire deposited specimen coins, -.hall be leld tit b ast oro e in every year in which coins have Wen issued. a n . w !inM' bow, lull! go, .d w eather am! '. take up her -t;ii i . Once i n a w hi'e .: but 1 1 s i ; i ! y a !i : t : illto ! he cup Willi'. I'or a ! inii ir v ,: tn iu;i r bo i o ; fit lids "en 1 of the w ciii.i u oi cup!, d a a Ion i.' in a i.i in! i i p t icing thi-. a nd l ha t w a a Mil::' otie, S. had the boys inu e n..v the old woman co iii i or : ,i o.e pi.T'e. The cr.-i. rv sometimes dr cm in her cup. and thoiii'h she eon li b s that she hopes sometimes to saw JLim :hrou-li the H;ediuui of Lcruaiul rid TdbTe. lo' has not yet f r d fo ci-' sua 'c h'm. he h.T, howecr, -oitrn nKiu of the clerk in the strai-hr and narrow pith, and announces that hrr business Jv t,, serve them while they buy sf.oest rings from her. Will Vlall the I'nr orlli. The nvoe Vremya of St. I'cterr burg publisfies an inferiew with Vice Admiral Makaroff in regard to the northern expedition of the ice crush er L'rmak. The udmlral declared that lie experienced extreme difficulty, as the l'rmak had a coal capacity of only .i.'no tons. On account of her .shallow draft she could riot carry tiny more fuel. The admiral intends to make a map of the hitherto unex plored portion of Nma Zeinlda. lie Is drafting a report on the soil, fauna nnd Horn. lie will cross the Kara pea and make Port Iicksou, where he hopes lo find truces of I'.aron Toi ler's expedition". Thence he will seek to weather the northern limit of Fran .To-ef land, visiting some of the Jsl.md.s which he expects to find be tween it and Spitzbergen. lie expect to return in September, but in case of delays the Krinak has a year's pro visions. Admiral MaharolT left St. l'etersburg lat Monday to join the ice crusher Frmak at Troiifoc. MAKES THE BRITISH WORK. American Cnnlmctiir In Kiiulitml r cure Cooil ltecilt from Ilia Work moil. Tlie London lui!y Mail print:- a Ion? description of the progress of the Westinj-'honsp factory, which is being bui't at Trafford park, Manchester, which it says will be mi immense hie of I'.ritish industry directed by Ameri can brains. The American contrac tor, "stuart, is empl' ing labor-sa ing deiees. ami is teaching and leading ?.'Vii I'.riti-h workmen s,, elTcctu.illy that, while there is no hurrying or shoutin there is feady, ipib't prog ress. There is no lo i fi :ur, and the men arc working all the time Stuart has taken a liking to hi-. I'.ri t i h employes,. He say's he find' the s)jled labor good, but be regards tin common laborer as a poor creature compared with ail American of the same class, Ail!;li.p,J is springing up alongside the works,' which are to be arranged on American plans!, and will be heated, by gas and1 lighted b electricity. The correspond- . ent s:.is the Nillag" will be a "pocket' edition" of Pittsburgh, ew 1'nrli fur otr in k Clt.v, At the litest meeting of the hoard' of public improvement j a map and re . inl were received from tlie city engi neers,' bureau n the proposed park' at iVarl ami Uroad streets, New York; city, embracing the site of the hi-' toric I'ra unco's tavern, frequented by j Washington and other revolutionary; war characters. The assf.-sod valua-1 tion of the half block proposed for the ' pnrk was repvrted tu be $1S5,0u0, audi the actual purchase price will prob.i. , hly be twies thatftitn. The total cost of the park Will be about ..MiO,()00. j Kepresentafitcs of the-American Sci-j ence and Historic Preservation so- j Ladies of I. on. Ion have admittedly never shown at cricket. Now they have an opportunity to distinguish them-m-Ivi s at a game which is a compro mise between lawn. tenuis and the sterner play. The new pastime is generally in dulged in at Queen's club, West Ken sington. On Wednesday screral games were placid by members inter ested in its d i lopincnt. The par ticipants were the marquis of London derry, earl and countess of Chester field, Karl How e, Prince Zulinnd, of tlie (icrman emabssy, Viscount ess Cantle lufe, Miss hap!in, Miss Wilson, C. C. lleseltine and one or two club profes sionals. The chief feature of the game is that a racket is used instead of a. bat, and that a small net three feet nine inches in height, with side wings, takes the place of wicket. Catches as well a. seiwice are not by hand, but with the racket. The positions of the fielder? are necessarily somewhat indefinite. As a rule the teuns are of six on each side, tu m li e the best game, but there is an opportunity for addit ional players if necessary. T n the two matches I 'a rl Howe's side w as beaten by ;i team captained hs the earl of Chr.sfV rficld. KISSES AT A NICKEL EACH. Ui-ii l.-ioKIm; fur Mir "Itenl Tlilim" (il Onlv I lie I a ml rllelr (Ir ii ii I ii e trllele oiiic II lull. A row of nc.'.l. us, dressed saucily and pretty as an aiii -t's ideal, t.nf 1 cforc a tint at the "bouhuari. carnival," gien by the Ladies' Aid ; so ciety of the l'irst Presbyterian church nt Find!;: y. ,. 1 he other night In great, large h-Mc-,, posted omt their heads, ti ppea red 1 his legend : "ii -- ing booth, a Kiss for fie cents. Young and old men spent nickels like drunken sailors, but when they got ins,id" each was handed a cymdy kis?. A general kick was made, ami in few minut es .i mt h"r sign went u. If read: "The real thing Xot a ma n wa s w i! I i ng 1 o pu t n p t his 1 Pan-American ju-ice for tlie oscillatory i exercise nnd the t n asury w as not tug j xacutcd. iuv the cuuscrvathu clo- ment if the tdiure'i is mad. Convcn- j tional incmliers said that it was mad- ncss to display the "real thing" sign and the pretty girl.- who could not realize one dollar for a juicy smack have a poor idea of t he t ounjj men ol THE ARISTOS Gold Mining r0 Owning Big" Horn Mountain Tunnel and Veneta VIen 100 aci situated on the westorn slope of Pike's Peak, in the famous Cripple Creek Gold Mining District. THE SAFEST OFF Eli EVER MADE TO IXVEST0I 100,001) shares Preferred Slock at 25c a Share. It is I'l in? i'.I on e.c ti i. it I !!' a 1 1' tli.it suls. r i l.ers to 1 1: e above l"rrlrr'.t Shut ' Itli'd to neetve in dividi ii.ls 1 1. c In.", loraauit of incn.-y invest, ,!, i,,-iori i.tlii-r sic. kh j-.eelve nay otiuii", hi(.'nei ,y T rtt-si.I.'ii! r.f tli compuiiy. This Districi;ProtIuctil More Cold in tlian ?ny otlxcr in tbc United SU This pro ftrt y coiisi-ts if ."a. i o ,y :;i,i o , . r '.'oo )t( 1, . (,t n.t.l hi ml. Ttif n.aif workeil. Tin- li ature o tl;W mil,:' is "the Yeii.-tx Will. UO to to .-. t in wi.lt li. nnt i-i. ttna.; of t I.i' t 1'oiL'i t vea.M in t liN fa mi ais .!! rii f . 'i'lo-i arc hoim- f',!: t-n oj i nnis on tins rn, ore lioin w tt lil iwv.iys in ko!i fro in I to loo ton. 'n,c jiciaty jh ail v tint nf. Iim-hIim! f..r li'Vr'io.iii nt l v tunnel. Mi Ii will in.ike it juvit, to j r.. .line nil uiornn'i:i hi: of or.; iJally. tlie mnoitlty vnrlcu from :'mm to .Vi tmis j.t Cay. Tlir il'V.ilc.iin lit l.y ti.m Is t lie most ccoim. inn al iin.1 inlvaiitni.coii imoun-r of wot kti.u tl.H j ropiu t y. At H itlstainif of Sort fi., t th.; TI'NNJ:L will nit re t tlii Wnctn Vein nt nil"j th of a c.so f.-ft, ami wfl! al-o intersect st-vcial oth. r vt ini. Tin' Tt'NNLI. will cut tin Inn Horn V tnln aioo f. ct ilii p, lOi-l w ill Kive thi ( oiii.uny y ,000,000 tons of on- worth over fiejo p. r t Tin nmv railrort.J. now print ically eoin.lti'it ftota ( 'oloncio si.ricus, c.ille.l tin' toil S'prlnrs .V Cricp!.' i r'-k ro.nl, pnsc'witliin U.oon t..,.t o tins tunin-l. Ailloiiiinu this propertv is th Lu. ti of too f.-.a , th-- Veil, tu V 10.. I value Iroui s.'u ti 'hcte III.' Illiv.l.lv III ( T.i.l.t spriiiLs TI NNhl, 1 1 .inpaiiy. In thi 1 r.a.. itv 111 undent. At tins iioint th.. vein was luliv L'o feet m w s 1 ,1 100 p( r ton. t y . v hu ll i-s .it ip.'i-a! ion mil 1 ash f.-l (in.-. a 1 1. 1 sin, -iters u ;ii i-ait ti t v .it 1 he on t put of ' ' tapilal Slock $i ,000,000. Par Value per SIiis 100,000 Shares Prcicrcd Stock at 25c per share. . f It- i, th; Mukc all Checks and Money Orders payable to ARI8T0S GOLD MINING CO.. 411 COOP R BUILDING, DENVER, CC Bo you want an absolutel safe investment one which will bring you large and quick returns? If so write for the preliminary prospectus of the GrOix Consolidated Doddbi1 Die o f Li' t leu S 1 1 1 e r i o r. Tliis Company is just pl:icinr the first issue of its treasury si upon tho ninrlciH nt a wry low ti tury. nt rin'i! ulto! rer,ilarly nscil l.y t Jtr pul.lie nil per- ; TJn.'y OWtl ill fee L'l.OoO aci't'S of li l clioicost locations Upon. M.anl meet. ' pons visihiy tTeete.i with contagious coppor rani;o (if Xorthoi ii Wisconsin, incltidod in which arc S'2 malailies. Mnnmrr lie st roii.tjlj : t hn iiot properties Oil the HUlO. rocoinineinls tltat all ( arpets bo re- J place. 1 by linoleum, 1 1 1 uecntion of j For particulars address - .Iry Kwcepmi' of ears and wattm: llulnlc Hallny Itrform, M. Hamlin, minister of public worki of France, lias entered actively Into railway reform, from a hygienic standpoint. He has lieun with :iu elety and t he Women's auxilia ry, u ht order excluding from compartments started tne liark inoveinent were In attendance at the 1 In', declared themselves gratified at the rejiort. Tresident Cooran. of the I'oron:rh of Manhattan, evpreseil' himself an fit f a n if' 1 1 n e saved. that the old tavern will bo lllltli-Th""! GmH iiNtp. In 1S0O the public hih schooN of the United States praudatcd. 20,344 boys nnd 30,124 tzlrl. The boys are taken from school earlier than the flrls and put to work. The ATvitLrntnsr of Sleepy- IIoIIott. To Sleepy Hollow by trolley may lound Facrilrp-ious, but, nays the Bos ton Transcript, it is beautiful after jfou get over the first thoclc Mnlnntna .liilp In tnrlile. Aeeordiiur to London Daily News tli ere is alio. it to he exhibit ml in Madrid a marble sculpt nre by an Andalusian artit representing tlie noted Matanas mule -just after lie received Ids death wound. Tho fculptor obtained the living expres sion by having a mule idiot, and in stantly photojrraidif d. I.Mi Iraanraa In I'll 1 1 ml el pli la. Secretary (iibboney, of tin' Law and Order society, of Philadelphia, ray that there are l.ldo disorderly houses, 2.200 policy shop nnd 1,100 jeak-ca&ics" in that city. evr aiiip for n ollene. The forty-third annual commence ment of Northwestern university at Kranston. 111., was memorable ns the. time nt which was first broached the Idea of chaiiinir the name of th in stitution from that which it nowbenri to Deerinjr urovcrity. in honor of Wil liam Deerint!. pres'deut of tlio board of trustees. Kxpre. 'on of th fe"!i which ha been roN!i alumni nnd friends of ihe institution was made by I'rof. ( ha rles W. Pear son, president of the Alumni associa tion, at the annual banquet of that or ganization preceding' the conferrlLj of degree. rooms, and the adoption of washable eoers for chairs and cushions, so that many of tin' present, nuisances arc likely to disappear. NORVILLE B. ARNOLD, SECRETARY, 19 TO 21 WISCONSIN C3LDG,, WEST SUPERIOR, W l.nnl nllliir oliller on. Lord Cecil, Lord Salisbury's soldier son, Itaving' obtained his brevet nia-' jority in May L'-M, for his FeriecH in the Doiirola expedition, nnd the J).( 3. (). for the expedition to Jxhnrtootn. ans been promoted to u brevet lieu tenant cooiielc uhi'e still U eap- ann iiL' !lo?jttiiii in the (irenadier guards as a reward for his frood work at Mafe kin.', where he was Mnj. Gen. Haderi Powell's right-hand man throughout the investrncat. Lord Hdward is ifot yet st. Ae Dof ot IntproTV. Catawba, O., has fallen off in popu lation from 272 to 231 in the lavt tea year. The Ohio variety of Catawba, remarks the Chicago Tribune, dcc Dot Improve with age No Ilrnft. Hoston is to have a new naval mag azine, but, says the Hoston Globe, as it is not of the kind that aceepts and pays for manuscript authors have no good reason to feel encouraged. n rt r ilia ! ' 'J ir M t. m THE HIGHEST POINT PURE RYE WHISKEY. CStinrnutcccl to be the Fluent Quality Sold lit the United Stntcn. Sold by all doalirs. CLEARY DROS., Escanaba, Mich. 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 0