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GUARDIAN PUBLISHING CO.,
John J. Birdno, - - Manager.
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1895.
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Address all Communications
The Guardian Pub. Co.,
TniNK twice boforo speaking ill
of your noighbor.
The doraand fortonoment housos
m Safford is constantly increasing.
Observation of tho papors of
lato leads to tho bohof that tho
nogro voto went to tho party with
tho most chickens.
A restaurant which rhas been
started in San Francisco has bloom-or-clad
waiters and is said to do a
The groat and only Carlislo
claims credit for dofeating Hardin
in Kontucky. This makes ono
moro in tho long scoro against tho
England's schomo for capturing
a slico of our territory in tho Artie
regions is a vory clover ono,
but it isn't likely to go through
A New York barber has beon
sued for 85,000 for shaving oil a
customer's moustacho by mistake.
Another illustration of tho frequent
slip botween tho cup and tho lip
Discouraging reports about tho
cold fields in Alaska havo been
brought down from that region re
cently by unsuccessful minors, but
every onco in a whilo somo ono
turns up with tho other side of the
situation. Last wcok Peter Wy-
bcrg arrived in San Francisco from
tho Yukon River, ho says tho un'
successful minors aro mostly from
Cook's Inlet, and ho doosn't think
much of tho reported big gold finds
in that region.
In tho cast end of Graham
county aro located somo of the
richest copper mines in tho known
world. Tho Arizona and Detroit
Copper Companies oinploy
Is of men tho wholo year round
and run day and night shifts, and
tho oro taken out cannot bo sur
passed in richness and tho quantity
seems moxhaustable, whilo there
aro numerous other mines in that
locality which will provo equally
as rich and productivo whon properly
dovcloped. Tho mineral is
not alono confined to coppor, but
consists of gold, silver and load
in largo quantities.
Eight men aro now employod in
tho Graham County Mining and
Smelling company's mines. Sovoral
carlondsot oro lrom these mines
will shortly bo shipped to tho
oast. Activo preparations aro be-in;'
mado to orcct a smolter on tho
Gila river in closo proximity to
Saftbrd. Tho mining industry in
Graham county has been continued
actively for tho past year and tho
lot urns of tho oro which will be
snipped east will bo anxiously
Gold strikes of wonderful rioh
11 ess are reported to havo boon
mado in several parts of British
Columbia in tho last weok or two.
At El burn, a few miles from Vancouver,
a man boring for wator in
a lot adjoining the Methodist
church struck quantities of flake
gold 260 feet below tho surface
Ho galloped into "Westminster and
staked his claim, and returned to
prospect. It is bcliovcd ho struck
tho bed of and old river, and prospects
aro boing mado all over tho
neighborhood. Big strikes aro ro
ported from Cariboo county and
iidm South KoOtonai,
niirics of excellent promise having
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licemrcccntiy.oponea in tno latter
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United States Sonator J. I'. Jonos
is strongly of tho opinion that there
will bo a soparato silvor party in
tho campaign of next year. Tho
formation of such a party is to
grow out of tho coming silvor
at Chicago ho thinks.
Tho Chicago conforenco is to
tako placo somo timo near tho
Christmas holidays, in tho hopo
that it may havo an effect on congress.
A calf is now boing
by tho executivo committoo
whioh grow out of tho Memphis
conforenco of last summer. Mr.
Jones is particularly anxious for
tho conforonco to bo hold and ox-pressed
himself as follows on tho
outcome of tho elections:
"I think that tho oloctions just
hold havo domonstratod beyond
tho possibility of any doubt whatever
that tho issuo in tho campaign
of 1800 will bo flatly botweon tho
chanvnions of cold and silver; that
finaneo and not tariff is to bo tho
only question, and that it can no
longor bo settled within party
"Tho gold and silver men .knifed
each other in theso elections
gardlcss of party. It is an object
losson to silvor men all over tho
nation. If tho battlo betweon
bo not forced now on a straight
issuo and along unmiatakablo lines
tho gold brokers of London and
Now York will dominato tho gov
ernment of tho country for tho
next four years.
"Tho best thing for tho silver
mon to do is to cot together at
Chicago and outlino a plan of or
ganization. Tho pcoplo havo been
protty well cducatod and thoy
know ouito well what frbo and un
limited coinage of silvor moans to
thoir business interests. In my
opinion a distinctively silver party
Tho Denver News says: Tho
oloction of Judgo Zano as tho first
chief iustico of tho now Stato of
Utah is a notablo incidont in Amor
ican politics. Judgo Zano was for
many years chief justice of tho tor
ritory, and had tho enforcement of
tho anti-polygamy, anti-church
laws in his court. Ho was a stern
and unyielding but just judgo.
Although bittorly assailed, almost
hatod by tho Mormons, his
personal or judical intogrity was
novor called in question. Ho sat
on tho bench as tho ropresentativo
of tho majesty of tho federal law,
whioh ho rigorously inforcod. Ho
is now olected chief iustico by tho
same pooplo who onco abused and
It is a tributo to judicial ability
and intogrity seldom witnessed,
and coming from tho people it is a
demonstration of magnanimity on
their part worthy of marked com-
mondation. and an evidence of
cood faith at which tho wholo
country can woll rojoice.
The eighth session of tho Trans
missinni congress will convono at
Omaha next Monday.
Now that Corbott has retired
from tho prizo ring and surrender
ed tho bolt to Potor Mahor, Mar
tin Julian Fitzsimmon's back
or is wrathful and says
should wait until ho wins tho
bolt beforo ho attompts to givo it
away. Corbott won tho bolt when
ho defeated Sullivan and at his
retirement has tho privilogo of
awarding tho bolt to whom ho
chooses. Fitzsimmons never hold
tho heavy weight championship
ana consequently cannot havo any
claim to tho bolt. Maher challengos
Fitz and says ho is proparod to do
fend it from either him oi Joo
Goddard at any timo, an early dato
preferred. If Fitz wants tho belt
Potor Mahor stands ready for the
it is oviuent tno gomoug press
favors a short campaign tho shorter
tho bettor for them. They fear
education upon tho silvor question;
thoy foar tho serious calm consid
eration of tho peoplo and thoy fear
thoir dispassionate judgmont.
Thoy would rush tho issuo through
to tho polls surrounded by
and let tho tariff lose itself in
tho grand shufllo. The noxt campaign
will bo a strugglo betwoon
goldbugs and tho peoplo. Let the
battlo bo fought in tho light of
facts and experience, and lot tho
si Ivor question bo sottled purely
upon its merits. An extended discussion
of tho wholo matter will
consume timo, and that means a
campaign measured by tho importance
of tho issues involved.
EATING MEAT RAW;
A Carious Habit Suld to Bo Increasing In
The well-known favor with which
Englishmen regard underdone beef
brings to notices a curious habit which
is said by tho New York Advertiser
to bo on tho incrcaso in London, that
of eating meat raw, or nearly so. Tho
habit started from a belief that it was
conducive to health.
Of lato years there has been n great
run on tho gravy or juice expressed
from raw beef by tho latter being
squeezed into pulp; but, quite apart
from this, many regular customers buy
the finest cuts with a special view to
eating the latter raw, each customer
having an earnest belief that ho benefits
in health from tho practice. In
most cases it is moro than a matter of
health than of actual taste. There aro
two remarkable points about raw meat
eating, one of them being that a great
many butchers themselves constantly
cut prime bits off and chow them.
Tho other point is that a great many
people, who do not at homo eat in a raw
stato tho meat that they buy, ju'dge the
quality when buying by chewing a bit
of raw meat, just as they might tasto of
butter or cheese. A celebrated London
barrister cats quantities of the best
steak finely minced with salad, aud in a
great many other cases tho meat is cut
into very slim shreds and mado
into sandwiches, with seasoning added.
Restaurant-keepers say that the chief
call is for meat very much underdone,
but there aro great numbers of faddy
people who eat meat absolutely raw. '
Costly Chicken Diet.
Recently J. E. Thurmond, a wealthy
farmer, who lives between Louisiana
and Bowling Green, Mo., on removing
the "sparkler" from his shirt bosom
placed it in safe keeping on tho mantle,
but on seeking it a littlo while afterward
the costly jewel had taken flight.
No person had seen it, and diligent inquiry
failed to connect anyone witli its
sudden disappearance; but it finally
occurred to Mr. Thurmond that perhaps
a pot chicken which had tho entree
to the house was the thief, but
how to connect it with the robbery
other than by resorting to the ax blade
was beyond his reach. Ills decision
was soon mado up that the chicken
should pay tho penalty, and like many
others that havo taken tho same route
to tho fowls' paradise, oft! went the
head. After a careful post mortem, to
tho astonishment of those present, on
splitting open tho gizzard the gem Vas
found firmly encysted in that organ.
HE READ THE MESSAGE.
Hut the Drns Clerk's Translation of the
Telegram Was Not Correct.
Thoy were standing on tho corner of
Seventh and Vine streets not many
nights ago. Ono of them had received
a telegram, says tho Cincinnati Tribune,
and ho was making a great effort to
read it. lie tried it for several minutes,
and then handed it to his friend with
an air of disgust.
Tho second individual gave it up after
struggling with it a quarter of an hour.
"I never saw anything to beat that,"
ho remarked, as ho handed the message
back, and I've seen some pretty bad
writing in my time, too."
"Well, I can't read it, and I'd like to
know what it says badly."
"Let mo see. Ah, I have it. Drug
clerks can read most any kind of writing.
Let us go and see."
They went to tho nearest pharmacy
and handed the message to tho prescription
clerk. Beforo an explanation
could bo made, he darted in tho rear of
the shop and disappeared behind a
After an absence of fifteen minutes,
during which time both men had grown
very restless, tho clerk appeared, and
as .he handed tho bottle to one of the
men, ho said:
"Sixty cents, please."
Rather stunned for awhile, the man
opened tho packago and read on the
"One teaspoonful, to be taken three
times every hour."
When an explanation was mado the
clerk set up tho soda water.
Tho Foor Lovo Art.
Those persons who profess to believe
that among the poorer and more ignorant
classes art is not appreciated
should note the fact that when some
years ago Toynbco hall, London, held
an exhibition of paintings for the
dwellers in Whitechapcl no less than
50,000 visited in fivo weeks. Tho experiment
was tried in New York in
1890, and in forty-one days tho exhibition
was visited by over 80,000 persons.
Tho next year 50,000 came in six weeks,
aud this year the attendance for thirty-three
days was 105,006.
NEWS OF PEN AND PENCIL.
Mr. RicIIard Le Qaxxiexne, tho decadent
Yellow Book poet, has been engaged
to lecture in America next fall.
Anthony TROixorE was in tho habit
of writing three hours a day, and composed
one thousand words an hour.
The fact that sixty-two literary
women sat down to dinner together in
London recently is viewed by a leader
writer for an English daily as ominous
and portentous to the future of man in
Paul Potter has gone to tho
to study the scene of tho play he
is writing with Bill Nye. The play
will deal with tho adventures of a'
hunting party who spent the summer
in the Adirondacks and met with mishaps.
Amono tho many autograph letters
of authors preserved by tho Tauchnitz
house in Leipsic is one from Thackeray,
in which ho says: "Don't bo afraid of
your English, my dear man. A letter
containing s. d. is always in pretty
The old homestead of Jano Grey
Swisshelm in Swissvale, Pa., is tho
Mecca of many visitors to Pittsburgh.
Mrs. Swisshelm was tho first woman
engaged to report Washington news
for a dally newspaper. She was employed
for that purposo by Horace
It used to bo tho fashion for
British lordlings to come to this
country, to chaso tho buffalo, tho
oik, and at times tho dangerous
grizzly. Tho slock of this wild
game being exhausted, thoy now
find tho porsuit of tho American
heiress a safer and more' 'lucrative
TnE Edition of tho
Now York World has been converted
into tho It
furnishes 3 papers of 0 pages apoico
or eighteen pagca every wcok, at
tho old prico of OWJfi VVhhAXi a
year. Tins gives loo papers a year
for Ono Dollar and ovory paper
has G pages eight columns wide or-1&
columns in all. Tho Thrice-a-
week World is not only much
larger than any weekly or
weekly nowspapcr, but it furnishes
tho news with much greater frequency
and promptness. In fact it
combines all tho crisp, fresh qualities
of a daily with tho attractive
special features of a weekly.
0 OK AT THIS.
The Now 'York
WORLD and tho GUARDIAN can
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tho prico of both subscriptions to
this office and securo two good
papers for a littlo moro than the
cost of one.
Snlphnr In Popocatepetl.
The crater of Popocatepetl contains
thousands of tons of the purest sulphur
ever mined. Tho natives who gather
the sulphur securo small packages of
it, which they fasten to their backs.
Then they slide down the snow on tho
mountain, after the manner of the
wood-cutters of France. For this venturesome
work they get about twenty
cents a day.
Fainted SkulU In Austria.
A strange custom, dating back to the
dark ages, has survived in somo of tho
mountain districts in Austria the
painting of skulls. Tho small size of
most cemeteries in those regions makes
it necessary to regularly remove the
skeletons of tho buried who havo lain
there eight or ten years, to make room
for newcomers. Tho relatives of the
dead thus to be exhumed are generally
notified before thp removal, so that
they can attend to tho cleaning of the
skeleton and be present at its deposit
in the so-called "bone-house" or "charnel-house."
On such occasions the skull
is often ornamented with paintings,
representing rosaries, wreaths, snakes.
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