didn't bother him again. The
that they don't know how to
troubled about it."
l t issue of nmy paper, to show you
quacks, ee from evertlhing that the
o the purest mother and ask her
am using. It is not a '"Chinese
at first sight to a stranger, but, like
way out. It starts at 25 cents for
ecreases one cent per inch as the
one cent per inch per week, until
Note the line We have no best
flicants for " bat rates is a copy
arked, aiso the prce o0 bs ad.
NEW POSTAL REGULATION.
HE Post-office Department has dededed upon a certain line
1 of policy which is of great interest to newspaper pub-
lishets. Under the law as it exists to-day newspapers are
carried free " to subsribers." A dispute often anres between
a newspaper publisher and a part to whom he may be send-
ing his paper regularly as to wbether the latter is or is not a
subscriber. Many such individuals receive newspapers reg-
larly, and just as regularly decline to accrpt them. For some
time past the mails have been encumbered with newspapers
which alleged subscribers have refused to accept, and the
department has now determined to adopt a rule whereby
newspaper publishers will be kept strictly to tbe law. . Thus,
when a man refuses to be classed as a subscriber, and de-
clines to accept a newpaper sent to him through the mails,
the Post-office Department will call upon the publisber to pay
the eost of transmission of such papers through the mails at
the rate of ic. per copy.