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The Pony Express Famous Ride of 2.C00 Miles For A Purse Of 4o:,ooo An u tnr.t vx(nt In tin- bUtory of Ft. .?! Mo., was the start;:).; of tli' '"p'.'iiy cxiirrss" on April IS'".). The facts nr.tl IncMont rouiicru d with this rl.li? f 'J.ooo inll-.-H to i'.iu IVanc!. co form a niost lt.terfstlri chapter Ui the stoi.v of rarly western progress. In bv,'.) St. .lo: p!i was .he western terminus of railroad oonnntinlo.-itloa. Jtovoinl th- Missouri rlvir t!ie sta-e-cojw.'j, tlio Ki'Mb' liorst an 1 t!ie oc train were the ':i!y means of 11 tiifici' and iO!!;!:v::i!',ati"n w ith t!i Ko- !:y mountain ami tbo I'aciiie si. o across a space now ttav. r-. .1 ly a !-'-cn Vi stl!)tilf(l trains daily. In th" wintor of bv,o a Wa'.l ro: lobby was In Wio-hiii'ton tr.inu' to ir- t .".' ''..' o for (iuiyiiu; tin ma;!- yiar In tw ii New York anl San Tru'i-cl.-fo. Tin- propoitioii was Ji.tth;::..; more or 1. vs than an nttnapt t buin-o the 'ovciimMiit. William II. Kr.ssrll. who was tle n Int. ii'(i"l lately in froihtiiu' hulni .-s i ii the plains haok cd hy lloyil, tho sri'it tary of war. n Pohrtl to ylve tbo lobby U Cohl slmwrr Imtli. Kusm II oifiivil to wiiuvr .yjon,. OoO that he eouhl put on a mail llii" twoen 'San I'ranelseo and St. .Jo.m p'i that couhl make the ilist.-iiir-o n.b..i.' miles) In ten days. The wact r was ae ceptcil, and April 1m'o was llxid up on ns the date for startins. Mr. Uussill smauioind his partner and general manager of business on the plains. A. It. Miller, for many years a prominent citizen of Ienver, tol 1 what tic had done and ashed If he could per form the feat. Miller replied. "Yes. I'll do It, and I'll do It 1y pony express." To nceoniplMi this service Miller l)OU'ht .'Jon ef 'the fleetest hordes he could Hud In the wot and employed brave and hardy riders. These men Were selected with reference to their light weight and courage. It was high ly essential that the horses should ht loaded as lightly as possible. brcaiiM pome sections of the route had to b" covered at the rate of L'o miles an hour. The horses were stationed from 10 to 20 miles apart, and each rider was re the loij. -t ljiv and the largest stake fver run In .vmeriea. AYh'.u the time for Fry's arrival v.a uearly tip. at least people stood ujmhi th rb.vr biii"; with eyes turned toward ti e woods frtn which the horse and Its rid. r should emerge Into the open country In the ri.nr of I'hvoo.I, our mile from the tinMi. "Tick, tick:' went hundreds of watch es. The time pp. tty nearly rp- Only seven mlnuies reiiiained. Hark! 'Hurrah!" A shout jroes up from th" aveniMed rir.it :trvb Th-' courier coum's. A noble link' mare darts like an arrow from the how and m ikes the run of the la v? mil,. u l :,o, bui.lins; on the lYrnbn;;' o!V Pram-is Ueet with live l.ilii'ites and a fraction to spare. Th-' v,,,-y ,.f t,;! p tnarkahle fi at Is only a s fin i hi-: vy now. A few of the riders who pan ieipa t. d in the at raee a p.- .-till liin.r. ::u Irim'.r.is of old tii .. ; ii .ill t!:.. - tie and ia-b d.-nt :.;: I :ii k .1 t! . f ti e Sj-'elliPd e.,!lte.t M l; 1 1 f tltl.e. It Wih a -vtat ev nt In ti." lii-t 'iy of St. I.oil!--. Ti:c Taic Side Of Electricity GOT THE WRONG KECIPE. faeltrotf d Itnull of n lulorctl I'ouU'i i;tT"rU ut Cuke It Is now ;ir-'t .'.t eu: .,:: I William Kn.uix cd death in t!; York. Ie-;e!' rut iliee tho plae. . mi :'!.! in .-w ou:er of huid i. w V- 1 v ! ' ii Tin: ( ori;ii n comm. quired to ide ;u miles. Tor each change of animal and the transfer of the 1'ulted States mails two lnluutes Were allowed. Win re there were no Btauo stations at proper ditanees tents capahli' of a eotumoi latino one man and two horse, ut ic provided. Indians, It was Mipposcd, would sometimes jrlve chase, hut their eayiise poni-s -ould in.nho only ,-orty show in pursuit of Jliih i-'s thoi-ouhhn d. t.ianv f which Couhl make a mile lu l;oU. All arranscnietds Ivim: eei.ipl' ted for this ireat undertaking, a si-u., pin n a sti an:, r at Saeranieuto proclaimed the meri.liau of April s. is-v. ti e hour tor starting. At that s'-nal Mr. Millcfs prhrite vadi'.le hor-e, I'.ntdrr IJulMan. with a hravo rider In tho s o! le Poimd cd .-.way toward the foothdU of th. Kit i:i N'o adas. The tii M '.' mih-s We". . eo ered ill l' 1. 1 ! TPH s. ;' h 1 t feat v. rep.-att d until the i. ,.;:.:! i. Were 1 1 a c!,ci I. The .- !io s !" p In the mountains, an I oil" rld r -as .-t for -evonil hours In a -:,.'v sVi m. After salt I.ak.- Miiley had !. ) rea. Cd additional -p. ed heaiue n ie--aiy t( Ii ;i( tl i'-i. .Io-eph In 1lme. I'loUl thi le n. !.o'e.r, all Went Well until n.ltte I-1 V V .M to he cros-e at .lilies Intr.'. '"!'' streani v, a wo!l-;i and t uinum,' rapidly. Put the Ihhm plnm-ed into th floi..!, only, hover. to mire i?i 'p.iU k fatid and drown. The courier slice. t del In reaching the shore with his mall Par rafe and traveled h miles on foot to V aeh tho u-'t r ! ay. ThejMiii" 'r ;-i thU point, to wltnin oil i,i:im of st. Jo-epii was mad.' quickly and without Im id. nt. .lohnny rr. a .opular rider of his day, was tn make the tlnNh. lie had Co ralles to ri!". with six horses upon Winch to d. If. Wlien the last courier arrived nt the 00 tulle post out from St. JoMph, l. was one hour hehln.l time. A !e ay i;;in had et In. and the road Were slippery. Try 1 id Ju-t "3 hours and J:o tnloutes hi v. I. l.h ta win. It wai tho Cn'.sh tf 1 years - . i. -it.Y t... v, a murii. rei . 1-etrle chair th. popular avrap.ist le-trh itv a a mean- thath. It h. he u eoaoliisiv. ly prod that it I- l.y far K' :.". V ' ' A 11,1,1 most mer ciful. Innu'm; tlhle aechhl.t have show ii that ono toneP Is si;?llelent to divorce soul from ho.ly. l'er hajis one of the V. . fry xvi JliV-H Aliments of a jSwM criminal Is that n'. i Vn wll,cl was in lllcted on a hur- Klar In Hoi land. Although It laclcel the sanction of a court of law, yet it was none the less Just and of ft t!vo. The cahior of a hank In Amsterdam went down to unlock the safe at i o'clock 'on' mornltiir last July. The safe was of chrome stetl half an limit thh k and stood in n vault hetieath th" hank olliees. The cashier pulled the switch of the deetrlc lik'lit. hut found, to his astonishment, It would not work. Stiihlu' a match, he moved on and stumhl. d over something. It was the hody of a man. A dance at tin- safe s!...,-,.d a hid.- mplePdy through the st. el door jut aliove the cotuhinatioi: look, lie called for liuhts and a-sip nin e. Then the my-tcr.v heeamo plain A hurlar had at 1 1 tupted to crack the safe in the latest fashion. He had at tached a copper wire to the main wire of the (l.ctiie h-ht and atiotlmr to the coi ti v of the saf". With a cat I. on dee 1 1 !. i.e 1, id completed a circuit aiid lo'ltcd a hoi" completely throuidi the safe duor. Then he had set to work with a stool tool to pick the lock. In sonic way he had Initialed and touched tho live wire with his tool. Th' circuit had heeti completed through Ida body and killed him. Boy Photographed In Jaws of a Shark Perhaps the most horrible picture ever taken by a camera Is that of a boy In the vrrasn of ;( shark. Some persons profess t have no fear of these lleree sea timers and contend they will not attack human belnics in the water. but most people prefer to iow them, If at all, from the safety of a vessel's deck. The rallacy of the belief that the-o monsters will not attack man was proved recently In the harbor of Adi.n. The photograph from which this pie tuie was made was taken from l he deck of a steamer In that port. Thuv.' as in most tropical seaports, the ma th os come nloimMile in their small boats offerlm; fruit and curios for sale and bcjjk-ir:',' for money, which Is l ill 0 I ill I ne t waP r and for ''..'-! w h I e h t Ii .- v ! . dive. Mr. l.iu- ford of the I on- dull i i t' ; I p 1 1 I had t taken ta;.- pilot. :. rai.h thP In t! the t! t ar- tii 1 It hcB bt-cn aid that tho black scry nnts of the south June no objt-etioni to cooking in th-ir cwn rtmnrkahle, thou lt usually highly palatable, way, iuys the Troy Tim.. A northern holy tried for a kmir time to procure a cook who could read. anJ to make, according to recipes, some of the rem inhered New Kntdatid dishes. She pt ono tinal Jv, a niulattu man. who cou!d read. Shr gave him a rcci; " for inakitt eake, written plainly on a erap of paper. When the cake came on the tabic it was cot a white cake, which the re cipe" was calculated to compound, but had a tcm.irka'oie pod coh r. l he lady called the cook. "IMd yuii make the cake aeeoriim.r to that recipe?" she akcdhim. 'Oil. yi m ;m." "Did you put in all the e ;-,.'" "Oh. i mntn." 'Pat in i cr 1 !.im.'V" "(Hi. s mum, imo.'ar, too. 1 put in Ihmr ami -Mioar, 'eau.-e I knew ti m wa repdre.' for a ce.ke. I , u t I put ir. a!! t!o m other thit;','-, too. Vim ar. mustard, pep per." he enum ril.uf. thoughtfully. "'ii.e :ai." cii. i! tii - lady. "niutard: Tj-ft me the re.ipe." (in the hack of the paj er was w ritP'ii a r' eij-e for salad lire-sin-.'-. "W. 1 1." said he;- litis, baiui, louhimr at h" -ohieii jate on his plate, "it taste-, im.i.i!. It's the best cake I've eaten in thi-' l.oiis. ." And the hoii-. -w ife look- oii! a little dis (.(nir.iL.ed. A ys;ar av she mll.t have criei Tt M ut" l fr IIIim. There a -tory of a layman who rorcuctt d a s rice one day for a we, tern minion, lie had been a stout i-hi -oltlier in hi timo. but hi-knowledge of II brew was limit.!, am! his. pronunciation if unfamiliar ISiblo nainis a thinir to woih.'.t at. When he opened the llible that day he could not at (Uice litii! t he place, and, after turniiiL: the pay. - laaaiaisiy, in the face of a tittering cunt: relation, he finally took a pa-aL-c at random and bewail to read. A-ill lin k would have It, he liirht a! upon one of t he L-cneaioe;-ical chapter in Mta. ad there he stni!.'irled hopeiely thrnj'.di half a column of Hebrew nanus, set-kins' all the time for better luck. At lenirth he tumid the psiL,re. in tho vain dc-ir' td soeinc some chantre in the Mile-tanee of the chapter on the other side. What he found proved too much for him. and, after i m- fright ened l; '.ai.ee, he thu- concluded his reading.': "And a pair and a half more of the fame kind., hi it area. Hi re i ndeth the lirbt Ic.-.-un."' 'I tie (iiiinl Nnl.ire.l JJneen. A hnraetcriM ic story is told of two church dignitaries who were one 'day i--a-vis at a dinner purty witlitucen Victoria at Win. Nor. One was a courtly. poli-h-l cleric, hii;li in her majesty's L'ood graces, the other ;i blunt but important persona to- vho-e rank utith il him ti a position on the queen's riht hand. She talked tn him for some time, and then, turned to Dean , rcferrinir accurately to the dramatis persotiae of a lonr past event. "What a wonderful memory vmir maje-ty has!" murmured tho dean. suaely. "Nonsense," interposed his brother cleric, "it's nothinif of the kind. I told her majesty all that myself five minutes njeo!" And hor rified quests, who almost expected to see the earth open and swallow up the plain-spoken ecclesiastic, were re lieved to observe the queen smiling with the most evident delight. Troy Times. He Didn't Mkr tin- Vhrrmr. "A few- years nir," said Harry Cun ningham, of Montana, to a writer of the Post, "the lute Charlie Uroadwu ter, of our state, yuve a banquet to about a score, of his personal friends. It was an elaborate spread, and one of the chief items was some L'o-yenr-old brandy that cost Mr. P.roadwater a fabulous price and reardinL,' which he spoke with much enthusiasm. At th" wind-up of th feast coffee nnd Jloqucfort cheese were brought in, though the latter was not common ly down on Montana menus at that period. Sitting near the host was one of his .special friends, who. after cveitu;' the Koqueforf a trifle .Mispi-ciou-ly, tasted it, made a wry face ami h-aved his plate, to one side. You don't -ceiii to like that.' re marked Mr. Urodd water. 'Indeed I do not. Charlie. Your "Vyrnr-oLl brandv i all ri-ht, but I'll be huu.-ed if 1 11!.. otir 'J'l ear-old cheese. Vlldiiii"l'.,;i P,,.st. I n portent Work. An experiment of trrcut interest to upper peninsula farmers. ;.iid the re sult of wliich will be one f the great est Irnpartatice to the future auricul ; tnral Jieiu.-try of this pciiiusuli, ; be undertaken by the I'pier Petiin j sula r4xperhnvit station durlnis' this I fall and continued next st as n, says the Miini.sin'4 Kepuhlic;m. The ( x S p"iiu:ent is inteiidicii to ascertain the Idiirereiicc, in th-yield of the jx.tato Jo: tip by Jollow in. certain n.et In U of ; cultivation ;:mt .-pia. inr; todt teriniuc the diU'orcnce In nint uriir: the crop by ' planting In the fall, ds weli :;s- i the ! usit il no tlroil of spt itu phudii', and a!s-i to ascertain ! Im niio-rcnc- In the i quality of the crop by lia r est im: dur ; iit-i tii' following -pi imr .".s w. i! a-by I the usual i'all harxe-tiiii.'. As tin- 1 1 1ii1 d' the cxpefiti: nt uid be ". i . I. the vid -t p.iblieat imi orr tii" I'r.ited M ites, laraii ts of e. ry .ount in t In- uppi r ; insula v. :!! be a-!;. It" c .--pciatc w ith the ri-1 !:n :il Mi! i- n and c"!e.'ici similar j i pel i n.cid - a. i ' it 1 i i . I'. Ili-i IT. i Ion i'n rni-!i''d by 1 1 : - 'd'e ; s. A- I a n lully c.;i ine l t! ;d t Ic ' e:;: i i.-."tit .. iii b- hijliiy sticce.fui." -a Hi ho i M. ( . r i s a ill 1'. " s: ; p" I'i Ii J el id ell t -!' th" -tat h ii. "it is hard to compute iii dollars and ends the - teat bcnelit . whiv-li the upper p 'tiiiisula will derive iioui it. ! 'or a i' icat number of years t i the urt at bulk of i ot at '.os which pdo i supply l lie euiu-rai niark'd is raised in .latitudes where climatic conditions !;M" similar to tluse nf the upper , 'chipstiai. To avoid s U':; in"; these I po tat oh safe p;anted late reirardlcss of satiety. They look w !! enough when j ha rvcsl ed. hut they are not ripe. : They w ill keep for -i cert;;in length of j time in cellars or pits, and for a lon time in the modern cold storage j i.nil.vs. They suit tlie jobber because ! he has no choice in Ids source of sup ! , ly. but they fall far from suitinu' j t he consumer, who is the linal cus jtotner and jude. and as he is the j fellow win. is doim,' the "kicking," the jobber needs but to hear of a new source of supply where the consumer j can t what lie wants, when he will j b" anxious to place his orders there. Tim special ciimatic conditions of the I upper peninsula not only insure a I complete success in the raising of t lie j rLht kind of potatoes, but as the con ditions ;-re ted enjoyed by other ! remits, the upper penin-ula la t iner ! ma' in t iii.e enjoy a luoiaqiolv of the i ht-'b L-radc lota.to market . I "Idu tl.enii'ire. si'edsi.ieti. as well as 'all pp. ive growers, know t i : 1 1 the I furt her n-ift h a plant or a ,. . cat: be matured tin- hardier it b". o;o"-. and Ithis e.periment mac well be cai ! eiikiteil to 'i;al-i- ol the ii,pt r puiin ; siila a mai k t for seed p da toes. Tiie r--sii!t ne ans an itieicas 'd demand f.ud 1 Colise (iietit ! higher prices, besides j l I M 4 1 ! . -T tie Upper peiiillsUla .i t he ' n .1 ice of 1 he w bol.. world, as a held of i -. 'ri:il as we! as of unlimited j res aire I j Mxel'ts'oji Ticket t (ioytdtic it ike. I Will be sold by the ,. u t li-We-.fi I n lane lit redui'ed rat-? .bom tlie iiiinni'i' . Usui' !l .Ul l 'l -ti.l ! lb- .lime "J 1 -1 t o I Sept . P.'U i. J pO , on l' l.l.i V - U II I S.I till - J day- .it S." ; for t h" nnii.il t . 10, hut it d : return .ot b.f.ie the following Moiiduv. The lake uffoi.U mod ecel- I- id ll-limi. and is noted lor the m,i and qu-tnt ity of lilt t t ken from its unteiv. lHCi' numlici-. id bn- uii'l brnok trout are caulit m the I ike and its tiibutiiiy tr'Oi.. I-'nr fuitlief infonnii f ion appU to iiyeiits Chieejo A; 'Noith- -tern H i iIvmi v. ' DAILY EXCURSION v TO CALIFORNIA 'I'iirouh tirst-class and Tourist Sleeping Cars to California and Oie every day in tho yvrr from Chlonyo. 3 ERSONALLY CONDUCTED EXGURSYOI EVERY THURSDAY FROM CHICAGO. Lowest Rc'-it-s, Sliortest Time oii.tlie Road, Finest Scenery. Only-route by which you can !ca e home any day in the week and tiv.vo in tourist car- on fast trains all the way. I 'or descriptive pamphh ts ami lu. information in. pure of nearest acnt. or address W. 15. K N IS K hll.V. (hia r.v r.isscimcr and Ticket Avrcnt. ('idea.'". , S CHICAGO & NORTH-WESTERN RAILWAY. ----- -- - - o- THE ARISTOS Gold Mining Coj Owning" Dig Horn Mountain Tunnel and Veneta Vlen 100 acre situated on tho westorn slope of Pike's Peak, in the famous Crlpplo Creek Gold Mining District. THK SAFEST OFFER EVEU MADE TO INVESTORS shares Preferred Stock at 25c a Share. 1 ft HUES OF 51 A Book for Young and Old. ii -1 ioiu-' r Arc Ol.tllii,; A cc : i :: r l c .i : r : iu to c , v , !,(" !.:. CLii .i D.uo .c. t:.(y i;1 4 OUR pTvTcURC RECORD I , tfERVOUS Mum j dlood 230,000 j SKINV, DISEASED, PRIVATE CISEA5ES URED ; I H li I'llntv"! on fin li (VrtKlcatf that MiJ.s.-iilifis to tlte itni; Prefer wil Fliari-s will ! Itlf.l to r.-.i-ic !n .livl.I.-inl- tin- tu!) iiiuoimt of in. any h.vMt.l, Ltfuie ether torlLi:.'.. w rrri'iv any nturiis, s!k.ti'.l l y tin I'lvsidt-nt cf tin' it'inj'aiiy This District Productd More Cold in lfJ()0 llian rny cttcr in itc Unitid Stales TliN j r ) i rty c..n!M ..f ;;ooo ,y :toou f,.t. ur L'oo i.f ies. f f vn hirul. Tin iniiie lirn I. workfl. '1 In- u nt me f tln iiiino ! t h- V. nitn m. ;to t lo f.-i t In w i.lt li. nii.l 1m rrtionly in nf I lie Miini;.t in tliU tioiii'ii-. . listr.it. Tln-ii-art-mini' ffti-cii oj.tnlin!- en 1 1t if. vnn, tl nit-Ii iitii nl,i h an :n IJ..I.I Jr. in I'i t Moo j-.r ton. Tlu )'4ojnty is hihiiiiti.u'. ,'i lo.iil.-.l lor .). -lo.iii.-iil t-y tnmi.-l, wtii.li inakt- It j citi!.' to j.i.mIum- i'iii riiorn.oiii hH;oin of on- .lailv, tl,.- .jtiautity vaiyinit Iroiii L'oo to .".on ton- i-r .lav. Tin- il-v.'lo Imiit !; tniiru-li: H tin- in.t -. ol:oi-iic.li all. I HlYiuit.it.'eMiH inaiHit-r if wotklnil thw JToin-rty. At a .li'tanr.-of mio f,.t I!;.' 'l'l'NNI'.b will int. fx t tin? Wni-t.i Villi at a .l.jth cf alt C.so f.vt, a:ol will a!-o intiT-.-. t ..-wra! otli.-r v-ln-. Tin- TfNNKb wi!l cut tin bit! Horn M"tu tain L'loo tict ami w ill ui. thi ('M j'a'iy L'.o. 10,000 t,,Uu t,f no worth ov.-r j.. r t.-n. Tin- ii.'w raiii-o.i.l. now iart i. ally roiMj.i.-ti-.l from rojoral .-'I'l-iim"., i-,ii;c. th- r.-'ovii.U j.i-nit!H ,v 111 1 V" H i". ol, . i- wmnii l'.iiihi irrt 1 1 tiii- tiiiin.'l. , A-l.'. .i-:nu tl-. ) o .-ity In tl i-(olora.lo f TINNI'I, Tonipaiiy. In thi -rlw i? ii-l-ini'i t . . 1 1:- fii' 1 a .-in a rin . . l l II Is 1 1 1 1 la- s.-lll v a - 111 ;iy 'o jctl 111 w I. Hi.'! i! Vaill.- llo.il l'o to Si, OOII j,..r ti 11. TI.. O- .11- a'.iv.i ly 111 o..-i itloii ml!:, aii-1 Mia lti-is siilhi -ii-nt to tn-at tii" outjuit of this 1 11 1 y , w lit. 1 1 1 a t 11. i-a!i r. t ui ti-. Capital Stock $1,000,000. Par Value $1.00 per Share 100,000 Shares ITcfered Slock at 25c per sliarc. In I. nyiiiK' this St... k tl..-jaiti has.T owns n !in.rt titli-In tlit Coinj.any'si jiiocr1 y. This Ccia j.any oft. is you no wat. i.'.l stock, hut a limtitiiuti- hluh-.ira.U' trol-l mining lnvt rnt-ut In U. l'iipl.1.- ( r.-.-k liii!i t. Th fihov.-off. r of I'r. r.-rrf.l bivhlfii-ls is mi assurance of t-arly n-tnriis. Aftrr u.l.litl.'Ua lnarhiia ry i- t-o-i .-!, this pio.'ity will U i-arninu ill vl.K-n.ls nlinot "oih1 to it capital htock. Make all Checks and Money Orders payable to ARISTOS GOLD MINING CO., 411 COOP R BUILDING, DENVER, COLO. Jut t!ic c.itu. t:i , MIl'l M s t l.c slltlt t' I ii 11. I'lioto-i.'ii.b. r ; !..'i;i. uini;, a k!isU'! i i : " ilv o:.. ;ii i.i tlo- I. . ;.. y. II - 'aiiio to t'.c i w .is j . . i ; i f . .1 ! ' . Ml.i''.''I. b. 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' .:.:r o(ii!elrr in their inoMMi -ntt. the ;ml- w. ii'.l a'ch r; with t'o- rib rpii!'r. ar.i ono uou'd mount his bach and bio- him. J'au-itif:-, tl.c eatori i ' ' . i r v.-ub! turn hi head, and bite lh ant and thus, hiii tlir toinipntor. After ''aiurlitciitu: a $.07' n or 'norf of J;! -oroTiitnr. tho caterpillar showed of f iti.'iii-, nr.d the ant thi n w ' a coadiir-ed attach. r.etal.'i.'j- 1 in s. if to a stalk of trias. the cat. i ; .r c'.iir.lad up, tail firnt, foi!..ed by :h.- ant-. Ah each otic apjr. aeh d. he sci. d it in Ids J ins. aid f hr. w it ofT th' i-tall;. The nr.t, M di": that the eatf rpolnr had too tro! :r n po Vmi for th.cm to oMic'ino. r'"rtcd to 'tTatc'y. They b-cnn av. irn-r thfoofrh the jrran ittalh. In a feu minutes the sta!l fill, and tl " entire force i-t ar.t j.on.ecd upon the in i rpi'.'a r, h i o i a v it at oner. 250,000 CURED iniiiin rtiil TT . . . , - , 1 ! t N .ft .. ' . "l ' f v. in-11 ... "in TV-t it th? f cruU'' r!r..- m i t i ':'. '"' !- -'erf. bib- -K-i. -'.-i.t . "J fn f.i-i.i-iitn.rf m1I'.o:.i.. i,! "i of ti.H tul 1,1 ' I it W ' ) ' no tl ho-i 1 t ' t.-r. HI .1 i ,1 !o r 'ui:.', i" ..i y,..r e,.-i (ii-i,. 1 t . ' ' 4 '.-! ' orn Ml' b. I J-..I i .-. r . -. 1 ' re,, f . ' 3 , i 1- ,-.-.' t i.:.vi-Ul i i , r '.!. ?j j .!' ' " 1 i) ' ur.-'l t i- M I '..v t A ". , il ,. ti i I K. 0 s. , ,-. li. ; ',' ' 1 l.'l-.M V I I I- i ' i. ! i s ' . " I -; i . fO.." ltt,.ni ,- v. . t-u.ifa 1 -' ' 1 1 I.' ' .,' la "in i I i e. : ...: f J f 1 1 i "'uo 'h 5 i ti r : - -e.if ( f . vv . ';. S f lv O i'i- hyfulyn'iu-iMTlilir.-.-bl ? i . Ii v y 'i u ! i , . t v i-! ; A A I.:.-: -orv? Thb- V I t 1 1 ! u t i t j ? I . I t h" 1 1- t.!' 1 i t' t ,k - ri iia. 'i I ( "n, t t J . J . nt l vo ir .Nb'.V Mill Ilo: 'j .!. i- f 1 : I' I .MKN l' ui'l i..,.-,iiv'b- f.,:. y.,i. It f k Wii -n- k-" t.'.-'ir hi 1 -.1... i en i ui1 1 o; . 4 , A ' ir Js'i. V 1 ii i : I M! .M. It t-ovi-J; ' f i le, v u cm or mi m j.i: lo t i i:i; j' i i jj ANY rl'UAbbP, CAM-1 OK bo I'AV. l.y , -V" tr.it it. I rMf-.-bMl.' -HOVV, f .j i J Vl;!oii'lI,l, SVl lllbl-. ol.!;, I. r 1 I rfi ,M nn; I I'bt . IM lo revr . t-.. V2 Do you want an absolutely saie investment one which will bring you large and quick returns? O If so writo for the preliminary prospectus of tho $t Croix Consolidated Copper1 Mines of Lnkf Superior. This ( 'ci!i j i.i ny is just plar-iii'r !ln- lir.st isstio of its trc.i-.ury fstocn" iiixui tlio tiKU'lcot u vorv low !iLrun. 1 hoy own in fo- LM.b'H) nnv of tho -lioirost focatious 'tipr-n tin oopjior raniro of. Xoi tlioi ii Wisr-jn.-in, itM.-lmhnl in which a" 1- oil lilo i)ost, I'Top.-l'l los on tlio j-a no"'.1. !'hr particulars a.Mro-; - NORVILLE B. ARNOLD, SECRETArV. 10'TO 21 WISCONSIN HLDG., WEST SUPERIOR o i i;t;i' Mt , in.-. rvN'A'iniA!, in ll Altob.s, KibNi'un t JibAbl'bi; CURES GUARANTEED i . . ; . .i - . ni y ; r i "i .1 'i r i ' j r I1 I r. . II in'M m run, f i ' " " r i i t' bSTT o N i5LA:;i: ft W)Ult i ,. i o.i i . r Kennedys Kerg&h Ccr, Michigan Ave. and SMtySI. 1' DCTnOIT, MICH. THC HIGHCST POINT PURE RYE WHISKEY. fttinrnutcctl to 1ic the finest u:Wly Jjolil In llm J United Jitatt' i. J J Gold by all dealers.