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66 Independent in All Things. 99- VOL. XXIV YUMA., ARIZONA, SATURDAY, OCT. 5, 1895, NUMBER 47, SB THE ARIZONA SENTINEL, PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY --AT-- Yuma, Arizona, BY . s. A - SUBSCRIPTION. K rn Six1 Mcfoths, - - - - - SI 50 TV.,.. - - S 00 ADVERTISING RATES liiado. known -on-plication Address, ARIZONA SENTINEL, Yuma. Arizona. tuip nanrn is kept bn file at E. c, fHIo rArfcn Dake's Advertising Agency, 64 and 65 Merchants Exchange, San Francisco, California, where contracts for advertising can b.made for it: OFJPICIAIj MBECTOBY. TERRITORIAL OFFICERS. hrriifc HUGHES .C. M. BRUCE 8kceetib.t 4 k tTBTTnt. - .C. P. LIETCII Atiort Gekbral FRANIC J. HENEY Surveyor Geseral c. A. MANNING Treasurer Burr, of Tcblic Inbteuctiok.. . .F. J. NETHERTOH Delegate to Congress. . 1 N. O. MURPHY SUIT. TERRITORIAL PWBOS THOMAS GATES -' TUC60NXAKD OFFICE. iLmsTiK EUGENE J. TRiPPEL. f E. Ri MONK RECKITER CCUNTT OFFICERS. DISTRICT JUDOE T JS Clerk of District Court C. H. RINLEY ) B A. HARASZTHY Chairman, J . uVERVisors fQANDOLFO, and A. MODESTI. Clerk of Board of Suferviscrs... M. L. POOL Probate Jotm & Suit. Schools, .. ..A. NK Sjuerifk, Tax Col'r and Assessor..M. gkEENLEA UXDSR-5HERIFF QAWTFLPURDY District-Attcrnet SallI TREASURER jj L p00L RBCCRDER -j B MART1N SURVETOR 1' w ROLLER COUNTY PHTS1CIAS , L- N. MUl-V trecixct oiticers. GEO. A. DUKE Justices of the Peace AND W.O. WILLIS. . 1 G. M. THUKLUW. Tropes of Yuma School DIs.Jf. FREDLOT, and Y, ' ED. MAYES, tjnltsd States CustonI House Deputy Collector city officers, .F. S. 'INGALLS Mayor...... Councilman FRED FREDLEY, I J. M. SPEESE, I w w wnnTiMAN. City Attorney - V VtohTMAn! C lty Recorder NEAHR. Assessor ..I.LEVY MMflHal8!".". ' ' ".'. '.V.'.V.'.V.V. '.llCBT. HATCH RULES OF POST OFFICE. The office is open from 7 A. M. to 7 P. M., daily. Sundays from 7:00 to 8:00 a; m. and 6.00 to 7:00 r. m. East-bound mail closes at : . . 5:0 p.m. West-bound mail closes at . . . :00P. m. Money Order and -Postal Note depart ment closes at 6- m. daily, excepting Saturdays, when it closes af 6T. M. o Money Order or Postal Notes issued Sun- daMail from Parker, Ehrenberg and Silver District leaves Yuma Mondays and lnnrs dayslt 7 a.m., and arrives here Tuesdays &nd S-tardays Yuma Lodge No. 7, A. O. U W. meets very Tuesday evening at 8 o clock. V lsit ngbretherenln good standjapc are invited oattend. Yours in O. H. and P. D. Mclntyrc M. Y. F, B, Wightman, R. C. A. R. J. C. Fremont Post, No. 9, meets the Seeond and Last Monday of each month, ft r Rtnwe 1 Geo; H. Field, Adj lYTASTERSON, MURAT, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW; Cotter Building. Yuma, Ariz. -OULLARD, PURDY GEO. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Practices in all Courts- Business promptly attended to. Office m ROOM 4, THIBODO BUILDING, phoenix, - " &RIZ- M OLLER, L. N M. D. snrsoon. FIRST STREET, NEAR MAIN, ' YUMA, - - - ARIZONA. "pURDY, SAMUEL, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Special attentioti to Land Business. ... Arizona, Yuma. - T7"NIGHT, GEO. M., "bRNEY-AT-LAW AND NOTARY PUBLIC, (Office next door to Post Ofece. ) Arizona Yuma, C. DAVIS, -ATTORNEY-AT-LAW . YUMA, A. T'. p.ttas. Ti. BROWN. Wr. O. HUSON. BROWN & HUSON. ATTORNEYS-AT-DAW, ROOM SIX, COTTER BUILDING . E WING, F. L., NOTARY PUBLIC. Yuma, Arizona. ROTARY PUBLIC, JAMES H. KINSLER. Gan bo found at the office ot the. Sentinel any hour of the day. HOWARD FtfASTERSON, TYPE WRITER. Mining, Legal and Commercial work, promptly executed. Of fice with County Trcas arer, Cotter Building, H. HAHXEE, DEALER IN Home Bakery in Connection. MAIN STREET, NEAR SECOND PIONEER LIVERY, FEED & SALE STABLE, FIRST ST., BET. MAIN ST. AND MADISON AVE., DAN DEVORE, Proprietor. Carriages, Buggies, Horses and Teams furnished to order. Also careful drivers when desired. Hay and grain for salev. Stable room furnished. Charges Reasonable. JAMES DQTEN, Blacksmith, and Wagon Maker. Shop on Main street. OPPOSITE PUBLIC SCHOOL. Horse Shoeing a Specialty. Mr. Doten has in connection with his shop a fine Peed Yard for stock. ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF THE Franco -American Mining- and Milling Company. KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS: That we the undersigricd liave associated ourselves together for the purpose of forming vt corporation under the laws of tho Territory of Arizona. And -we do hereby certify as follows: First, The names of tho incorporators are: A. G. Adams, H. Harrison, J. L. Curtis and E. M. Browder. And the name of the corporation is and shall be" Franco-American Mining and Milling Company and its principal place of transacting business shall be at its office In the villac of Yum in the County oi xuma and Territory of Arizona with branch offices at such other places as the Board of Directors shall from time to time agree upon. Second. The-- general nature of business pro posed to be transacted by this corporation is min ing, milling, (smelting and reducing ores bearing gold, silver, copper, lead and other metals and minerals, buying, bonding, leasing and in any other manner acquiring title to mines and mineral lands in said Territory of Arizona and in any State or Territory of the United States of North America, developing, working, folding or selling same and acquiritg title to any other real or personal prop erty by purchase, lease bond or otherwise, as the Board of Directors may elect and holding or dis posing of same as said Board of Directors see fit and order. Third. The amount of capital stock authorized by this corporation is ten million (310,000,000.) dollars, divided into one million shares of tKc par value of ten (10) dollars per share, and is to be issued and paid up is called for from time to time by the Board of Directors of this corporation or by being issued nd delivered from time to time by the said Board of Directors in payment of property purchased by this corporation, or for debts con tracted by this corporation. Fourth. The time of the commencement of this corporation shall be the date of the day of the filing of these articles of Incorporation in the office Of the County Recorder of said Yuma County, Territory of Arizona, and its corporate existence shall continue for the term of twenty yenTS from and after said date unless sooner dissolved by a two-thirds majority vote of the stock-holders. Firm. The affairs of this corporation ar to be conducted by a Board of Directors to be elected annually upon the first Tuesday in January of each and every j ear and tho election of said Directors shall be in accoi dance with the by-laws of said corporation. All officers and directors of said corporation shall be stockholders of said corpor ation. Sixth. The highest amount of indebtedness or liability to which this corporation may at any time be subject shall be ten thousand dollars. Seventh. The private property of the stock holders and directors of this corporation shall be exempt from corporate debts. Eighth. The officers of this corporation shall bo a President, a Vice-President, Secretary, and Treasurer and such other officers as the Board of Directors may see proper to name and elect by resolution, and as may be necessary and essential in conducting the affairs of this corporation. NfxTH. The Directors elected for the first year and until the first annual meeting of the stock holders on the First Tuesday in January, 1896 are H. Harrison, J. L. Curtis, E. M. Browder, Murat Masterson, and Thomas J . Hurley. Who" shall act as such until their successors are duly elected at said first annual meeting of the stockholders. Tcxin. That a majority of the Directors shall constitute a quorum and that a quotum shall have power to adopt by-laws and transact all other corporate business. Eleventh . These articles of incorporation may be amended by a majority vote of the Board of Directors when authorized by a vote or written assent of the stockholders representing two-thirds of the capital stock of this corporation. In witness whereof we have hereunto subscribed our names and affixed our seals, this July 13th, 1S95. A, G. ADAMS, (Seal.) H.- HARRISON, (Seal.) J.L.CURTIS, (Seal.) E. M. BROWOER, (Seal.) Territory of Arizona ) County of Yuma. . f ' -ss. Before me, a Notary Public in and for said County and Territory on this day personally ap-; peared A. G. Adams, II Harrison, J. L. Curtis and E. M. Browder, known to me td he tho persons whose names are subxc'rlbed to the foregoing in strument and acknowledged to me that they e&e cntcd the same for the purposes and considerations therein expressed. 6El. SAMUEL PURDY. Notary Public. Received for Record, August 20, 1835, at 30" minutes past 9 o'clock'a. m. at the request of M. Masterson, Recorded in Book No. 1, of Bonds and agreements, page 404 et seq., Records of Yuma county, Arizona Territory. seal. M. L. POOL, Recorder. "How to Cure All Skin Diseasse." Simply apply "Swayne's Ointment." No internal medicine required. Cures tet ter, eczema, itch, all eruptions on the face, hands, nose, &c., leaving the skin clear, white and healthy. Its great healing and curative powers are possessed by no other remedy. Ask yoilr druggist for Swayne's OXNTMEXT. SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPAhK COMMENCING Monday, July 15, 1895. TRAINS WILL LEAVE YUMA as follows: 7.A( A- M. (DAILY) Mixed XL J Train for Gila Bend, Tucson, Deming, EI Paso, and all way stations. 3. A A A. M. (DAILY) "SUNSET .-J EXPRESS" for Colton, Los Angeles, Santa Barbara, San Francisco, Sacramento, Portland and North, Ogden and East. 6,1 AP. M. (DAILY) "NEW OK.' . X v LEANS EXPRESS" for Gijfa Bend, Maricopa, Tucson, Benson, LbnVs burg, Deming, El Paso, New Orleans nd East via the "Sunset Route.". Overland Tickets feoid, Sleeping Car Berths Secured AND Full Information Regarding Transcontinental Routes Furnished on Application. Parties can arrange to join the WEEKLY FAMILY EXCURSIONS over the Sunset Route by corresponding with. W. H. DRESSER, Agnnt. Depot, - - - Ytjjtia T. H. GOODMAN, Gen. Pa-jk Aft. RICHARD GRAY, Gen. Traff.. Mgr. SAN FRANCISCO. OAL. RTiCLESnoTFINCORPORATiON OF THE Citizens Building and Loan Associa tion of Yuma, Arizona.. Ivnow all men by these presents, that we. Edwin Mayes 3, V. ilartle?, H. W, JSIclvean, Altliee Modesti, J. 11. Kmsler. A. Frank, G. M. Thurlow, Jos. Nugent and O. F. Townsend, corporator's, have as sociated ourselves together for the purpose of forming a corpora tion ui'.der the laws of the Territory of Arizona, and we hereby certifv. i: That the name of said corporation is the Citizens Buildir.g and Loan Association of Yuma; its principal place of transacting business is at ttie village of Yuma, County of Yuma, Territory of Arizona. II. The business and purpose of said cor poration shalL be the accumulation of a fund, by monthly contribution of its mem bers, premiums, fines and interest arising from the. proper investment of the samd, to enable, them to build buildings, purchase real estate, or safely invest small sums at stated intervals. III. 4 Any person may become a member of this corporation by taking stock therein and paying an adtiiission of one dollar, and complying with the rules and regulations of the corporation. IV. The time of the. commencement of said cornoiation shall be the 1st. dav of Auirust. A. D. 1895, and its termination twenty five xo) years irom mat aate. The officers of this corporation shall con sist of a President, Vice President," Secre tary and Treasurer, ana shall bo Hected by the Board of Directors from among there number, and shall serve until their suc cessors are elected and qualified, and such subordinate officers and agents as the Board of Directors may from time to time appoint from among the stockholders. All business of the corporation shall be managed by a board of nine directors, who shall be stockholders and who, shall at the first meeting after incorporation, decide by lot which of their number shall serve respectively one, two and three years; and on the 1st. day of August A. D 1895, and annually thereafter the stockholders shall elect three directors, to serve three years and until their successors are elected. VI. The highest amount of indebtedness or liability to which this corporation is at any time to subject itself shall, not exceed the sum of one thousand ($1,000.00) dollars. Vll. The private property of the membea of this corporation shall be exempt from cor porate debts. VIII. The capital stock of said corporation shall be $100,000.00 composed of live hundred shares, at the par value of two hundred dollars per share. IX. That said capital stock shall be paid for at the' rate ot one dollar per share per month, until fully paid for at that rate, or by premium, interest on investment and fines. X. That not more than ten (10) shares shall be held by afiy one person. The By-Laws of this corporation shall be adopted by the StocKholders, and may be altered or amended by the Board of Direc tors by a two thirds vote at any regular meeting of the Board, and said alteration or amendment shall be presented at the next meeting of the stockholders for their approval XII. The common seal of this corporation shall be inscribed with the name around the circumference. XIII. These articles of incorporation may be amended at any meeting of the stocK holders by a two-thirds vote of the stock then issued. Notice of such amendment shall be given in the call for the meeting. Said amendments shall be signed and acknowledged by the rresitient and becre tary. XIV. We further certify that an election for directors was held at a meeting erf the' stockholders of said corporation on the 17th day of July A. D. 1895 in Yuma, A; T. and that the following named persons were elected directors ; Althee Modesti, J. H. Kirisle'r, A. Frame, G. M. Thurlow, Jos. Nugent, B. Fi Hartlee,' Edwin Mayes, H. W. McKean and O. F. Townsend, to serve until their successors are elected and qualified, and that the undersigned corporators acted as the offi cers of said election. In witness whereof, we have adopted the above and foregoing Articles of Incorpor ation and have hereunto set our hands and seals this 29th clay of July A. D. 1895. Edwin Mayes, B. F. Haktxee, H. W. Mckean, AivruicK Modesti, James II. Kinslek, A. Frank, Geo. M. Thurlow, Jos. Nugent, O. F. Towns ENDy Territory of.Arizona,) County of Yuma. ) Before me, Geo. A. Duke, n Notary Pub lic in and for said county duly com mission ed and sworn on this day personally ap peared Edwin Mayes, B. F. Hartlec, if. W. McKern, Althee Modesti. J. II. Kinsler, A. Frank, G. M. Thnrlow, Jos. Nugent and O; F. Townsend, known to me to' be th'6' same persons whose names are subscribed to the loregoing Articles of Incorporation, and who signed the same in my presence, and severally acknowledged to me that they ex ecuted the same for the purposes therein expressed. Given under mv hand and seal of office, this 29th day ot July A. D. 1895. Seal. Geo. A. Duke, Ndtary Public, Yuma county, Trritory of Arizona. lG.-u3er, Ciifl you evoiutake Simmons JjTXJ.x HhsxJlatoi?, tlia- "King of Lrf-J'i MEyicsNES ?" -livery body needs talc: a livoi; remedy. It 13 a ahiggish or ai?aGed liver tnat impairs digestion pn '1 cay 63 constipation, when the waste tr? ji should oe carried oil remains m H ie body and poisons the whoie system fJhat dull, heavy feeling is due to a torpid liver. Biliousness, Headache, Malaria and Indigestion are all liver diaoases. Keep the liver active by an occasional dose of Simmons Liver Reg ulator and 3rou'll get rid of these trou bles, and give tone to the wnole sys tern. For a laxative Simmons Liver Reirulator is bettek than PrLrs. It does not gripe, nor weaken, but greatly refrcEne3 and strengthens. Every package lias tlie Red Z stamp 011 tlie wrapper. J. H. Zcilin & Co., Philadelphia. RUE6Y SALOON, JACK DUNNE, prop. CIGARS KEPT IN STOCK. PRIVATE CARD ROOMS. FINEST BRANDS OF LIQUORS AND The otily saloon in town where you can sit beneath the branches of the orange and lemon tree &nd drink a refreshing glass of ice cold lemonade, beer, wine of any kind or smoke a fragrant Cigar. MAIN STREET, YUMA, ARIZ. SOCIAL ECONOMIST. A JOURNAL OF STATESMANSHIP, ECONOMICS and FINANCE. edited by Geo. &imtoii, President School of Social Economics. The Social Ec'diiomist represents the American as distinguished from the English) School of Eco nomics and Public Policy. It is the best authority in the United States on Scientific protection and questions pretaining to 'Wages, Labor Unions, Money, Banking & Currency, Monopolies and Eco nomic Statesmanship. Its Information Bureau will answer all questions on these Subjects free of charge to any citizen of the United States. With tho number for July, 1835, the Soc'iAl Eco nomist begins in its Ninth Volume, enlarged and with new dress. No Stateaaian, Philanthrophist, Business Man, Labor Reformer, Financier, or Patriotic American Citizen can afford to be without it. Issued Monthly, Single Copies, 25 cents. $2 per year. Three Months' Trial buu- scription, 30 cents. Sample Copiesj 5 cefats 34 Union Square, N.Y. City. For ale. 10 An Acre, THREE HALF SECTIONS OF PATENTED LAND 960 Azores. AS FINE AND FERTILE AS PLOW EVER TURNED, With-Perpetual YYatei Right under the Celebrated Mohawk Canal in Mohawk Valley. Each half section lias 40 Acres Leveled, Fenced,-and Ready For Farming. Inquire of J. W. DORR1NGTON YUMA, ARIZ. - OR GEO. W. NORTON, MOHAWK, YUMA CO., ARIZ. S5i00 REWARD. I will pay the above reward to any one who will furnish me with the name and proof of the person found mutilating or defacing my fence, buildings or trees. J. W, DORRINGTON. How He Spcrit His Wedding Night. A bridal couple from, one of our .neighboring towns, recently mar ried -went to the thriving city Springfield, Ohio, on their bridal totir. They arrived at the Lagonda House in that place about nine o'clock in the evening. The bride waited 'in the ladies' reception-room while her liege lord went to . the office to register his name, and for the first time to write with it, "and wife." The polite clerk was notified of the fact that he was a fresh and newly-married man, and the bridal chamber was accordingly assigned them. The groom retired from the office accompanied by a servant, and with his bolinie bride repaired to the bridal room. In about half an hour the affable clerk at the "Lagonda" was surprised to see the groom walking, in the office and still more surprised to notice that he deliberately walked to an easv-chair in a dark corner and seated himself with a disappointed but detef mined sort of an. air. The clerk waited a few minutes, all the time wondering if their could so soon have been a family row. He watched the young husband closely, endeavoring to discover by his actions the cause of his. so suddenly and so soon retiring from the chamber which contained his fair young Dricie. juc nis waicumg was in vain. There set the groom in the shadow of a pillar, quiet and calm. Finally the clerk's curiosity became so great that he determined to interview the young man about the thatter. Approaching him in a respectful manner, he said: "My friend, pardon me, but I don't understand why yott have so soon left the bridal chamber. Has any thing serious happened?" "O, no," said the young fellow. Jennie is an awful modest girl, and she said she couldn't retire as long as I was in the room. I told her she would have to get used to it sooner or later, and might as well commence the first night. But she said 'no,' and plead so hard, and with such love looks that I couldn't refuse her, and at her request left the room and came down here'. "Well, what arfc you going to do?" said the curious clerk. "You don't propose to sit here all night do you?" "No siree! Yod bet I don't. Jennie promised that as soon as she got undressed she would turn the gas lowj and then ring the bell. As poou as heard it I was to go up to my room. I will sit here, and if you will please teli rrie when the beli to my room rings I will be obliged, and will go up." "All right," said the amused clerk; "when yoitr bell ring's I'll tell you," and so saying he left the newly-made husband. Time rolled on, ana an nour passeu. ine young fellow anxiously ca'me to the desk and inquired over and over again if ''his bell hadn't rung," and when the answer came "No, sir!" he looked troubled an anxious. Finally he settled himself in an easy-chair, and soon the clerk heard his sonor ous snores. The night passed and daylight came, but the bell of the bridal-chamber had not so much as tinkled once all night. At six o'clock the daylight clerk came on dutyj and the groom, who was sleeping soundly, was Awaken ed. He rtibbed his eyes, yawned and stretched himself,- and, in a confused manner j exclaimed: "Where am I?" Then recollecting the condition of affairs he angrily said, "Look'ee here, you, Mr. Clefk, why in the devil didnt you wake me up when that'ar bell rang?" "Well, sir, it didn't ring." "Didn't ring?" "No, sir."' "Not once?'"' "No, Sir; not once." "What! not once during the whole night?" "No." "Well, that is darned strange. By gtfsh1,' I don't tirfdef stand this business. I'll go to the room and see Jennie, and find out what the devil she means keeping me' down here" all night," an.d off he started. About twelve o'clock he entered the dining-room with bright-eyed Jennie on his arm and they sat Highest of all in. Leavening Powei; Latest U. S. Gov't Report ABSOLUTELY PURE down to dinner. After the repast Jennie went to her. room, and her handsome and now happy hus band repaired to the office to ex plain things to the clerk " "Look'e here," he said, in a con fidential tone, "don't say any thing about this to any one, for Jennie feels awful bad about it; but the truth is, slie went to turn the gas down low and turned it out. This frightened her so that she jumped into bed and pulled the covers over her head, and was afraid to get up again to ring the bell; and, besides, didn't know where the bell was Said she thought I'd come every minute, and waited and waited un til she fell asleep. Poor girl, she nearly cried her eyes out about it I didn't like it much at first, but then she felt so awfully sorry and was so sweet and nice, and made it all right, you know: so I don't blame her at all. She said I needn't leave the room to-night, and I don't propose to either, you bet." Two Lives Saved: Mrs, Phoebe Thomas, of junction City 111., was told by her doctors she had con sumption and that there was no hope for her, but two bottles of Dr. King's New Discovery completely cured her and she says it saved her life. Mr. Thos. Eggers, 139 Florida St. San Francisco, suffered from as dreadful cold, approaching Consumption tried without result everything else then bought one bottle of Dr. King's New Dis covery and in two weeks was cured. He is naturally thankful; It is such results, of which these are samples that prove the wonderful efficacy of this medicine in coughs and colds. Free trial bottles at Gon der fc Co.'s drugstore. Kegular size 50c. and $1.00i The Coming Century. Only five years more and we en ter the twentieth century. What will it bringto our nation? Peace, prosperity, happinessj or civil war, chaos, ruin? See the enormous concentrations of capital in few hands. See the millions poured intb our universities, and how little is done there to educate the heart See how even our Sunday schools are being armed with swords, guns and baTonets, and taught military tactics. See the want of reverence in our institutions of learning and else where. See the wonderful discoveries in methods of destroying life. See the growth of vivisection and dissection of animals in our col leges, high, normal and grammer Schools. See the dishonesty which enters so largely into politics, speculation and trade. See the growth of prisons and penitentiaries, arid the increase of crime. And then on the other hand, con sider our great charitable institu-' tions,- our peace societies, temper ance societies, young' people's christ ian associations and unions, both Protestant and Catholic, Christian Endeavorers, Epworth leagues, King's Daughters, Sisters of Mercy and Charity, Red Cross associa tions, societies to protect dumb animals, and our "American Hu mane Education Society," (first of its kind in the world), with its over twenty-two thousand "Bands of Mercy," whose mottoes are, Glory to God, Peace on Earth,. Kindness, Justice and Mercy to' every living creature. Consider all these,- and how in the coming century this country of ours is sure to be the battle ground between the powers of good and evil, and then let every good man and woman throughout our land, who reads these' words, determine to say and do all that can be said and done for the preservation of our native land and the triumph of God ',and humanity. Geo. T. Angell. 6 Bucken's Arnica sfarvo The Best Salve in the world for Cut6 Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Rheum, Fever Sores Tetter, Chapped Hinds Chilbrains Corns and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cure Piles or no pay required. It is guarranteei to give perfect satisfaction, or money re nnded. Price 25 cents per box. For Sale b,y W.T. Gonder & Co. How to Breathe. Ram's Jlom: An old gentleman gave good advice to a young lady who complained of " sleeplessness . He said: "Learn how to breathe and darken your room completely; and you won't need any doctoring." "Learn how to breathe! I thought that was one thing we learned before coming into a world so terribly full of others things to be learned," the insomniac said ruefully. "Oh the contrary, not one in ten adult3 knows how to breathe. Td breathe perfectly is to draw the breath in long, deep inhalations slowly and regularly, so as to re lieve the lower lungs of all noxious accumulations- Shallow breath ing won't do this. "I have overcome nausea, head ache, sleeplessness, seasickness and even riidre serious threatenings by simply going through a breathing exercise pumping from my lower lungs, as it wer'e, all the malarial inhalations of the dav bv loncr,- slow, ample breaths . Try it before going to bed, making sure of stand ing where you can inhale pure air, and then darkening your sleeping room completely. We live ton much in an electric glare bv night If you still suffer from sleepless ness after this experiment is fairly tried, I shail be surprised." Electric Uittorx m This remedy is becoming so well-known and so popular as to need no special men tion. All who have used Electric Bitters sing the same song of praise. A purer medicine does not exist and it Li gaoran- teed to do all that is claimed. Electric Bitters will cure all diseases of the Liver and Kidneys, will remove Pimples, Boils Salt Rheum and other affections caused be impure blood. Will drive Malaria from the system and prevent as well as cure all Malarial fevers-For cure of Headache; Constipation and Indigestion try Electrid Bitters Entire satisfaction guaranteed, or money refunded Price 50' cents and SI. 00 ser bottle at"W.T. Gonder & Co.'s druK I tore. Deacon Skinnem- can't tell in my I always you how blessed I am son now. You know had trouble getting him to go td church, but of late he has been' going willingly, not only on Sun days, but on week days . He never misses a service, and I feel at last that his soul is safe and we will all meet together in that far off heaven of love and peace promised to the" faithftil. Neighbor Yotif son is in love with Miss De Poore, who sings in the choir. Deacon Skinnem What! Does he intend to marry that poverty stricken minx? If he gees near that church again, I'll disinherit him! iTeio York Weekly. Whenever you find a man find ing fault with a local paper, open it up and ten to one he' hasn't an advertisement in it; five to one he" never gave it a job of work; three to one he does not take the paper; two to one that if he is a subscriber he is a delinquent; even odds that he never doe3 anything that wili assist the publisher to run a good paper,-and forty to one that if the paper is a good one and full of life, he is the most eager to see the' paper when it comes out, For everything that 13 given something is taken. Society ac quires new arts, and loses old in stincts. The civilized man has built a coach, but ha3 lost the use1 of his feet; he lias a fine Genevri watch, but can not tell the hour by the Sun. Emerson. .Solitude relieves us when we are sick ot company, and conversation when we are weary of being alone, so that the one cures the other. There is no man so miserable as he' that is at a loss how to use his time. Seneca. Plies! Plies! Itching Piles; Symptoms Moisture; intense itchingand stinging; most at night; worse by scratch ing. If allowed to continue tumors form. which often bleed and ulcerate, becoming" very sore. Swathe's; Oistmrxt stops the: itchiug and bleeding, heals ulceration; and in most cases removes the tumors. At druggists, or by miil, for 50 !ents. Dr. Sway no ft Sen, Fhi!.vUljpH,v