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VOL, XXV, YUMA, ARIZONA, SATUSI3AY, NOVEMBER 7, 18 THE mm SENTINEL, PiJSLISSKD EVERY SATURDAY IT -Yuma, Arizona, v , ' BY- SUBSCRIPTION. Eix months Oai Year SI 0 00 A DVI3T1SING RATES made known on apnliuvMon. Address, - AIUZOXA SENTINEL,, ? ' ' " Yuma. Arizona. rrnrv nnrn 8 kePfc on file at iHKVrArta Dake's AdvertUine Atncy, 61 and 65 Merchants Exchange, Mn Fraueiaco, California, where contracts 7-r aJ-vcrtisin.? can be made for it. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. reR.tt!I&!UAI OFFICERS. ...B. J. FRANKLIN C. M. BRUCE ". C. P. LIETCII J. M. WITSON . .CEO. nOSKRUOK p. J. POLE . .F. J. NETIIEUTON ....N. O. MURPHY ..V.M. J. NUGENT GoTEESfcft iBCRECART AUNTCK ArractsT Gexerai. SCRVETOR GSXE1A1 Te.ExaDEER Scrr. ok Pcstic Isstecctios. BWOaTETO COSORESa tsir. TeainatAt Paisox... TCCSOJf.tAXD OFFICE. BMMtEE .......EUGENE J. TKIPEEp. fttccvr : E. R MONK ED. MAYES. Dititvj aulec Custom nouse j- Deputy C.-llectcr COCJfTT OFF1CER9. BuTerJOMS A. C.BAKER GtExa or District Cocrt C. H. BRINLEY 1 E. A. HARAS ZTITY Chairman, J g&MRVisoM f qaNDOLFO, and A. MOOESTI. tJuswor BoAtm op Supervisors... M. L POOLvt PsfW Josac & Suit. Schools, . AMv DuTMcf - 'SSLVetV. .. .......... .SAMUEL PUIt DY K?:. f. s. ingots Rw"ii A"p 'TOWN'S PVD Svrvetor O. F. TOtfSS- tOCSIf P2TSICIAX P."- COTTl.II PREC1SCT OFFICEM GEO. A. DUKE a;:i H. C. DAVIS Jastlcw ot the Peaco ) F. L EWING, Tatkeea ot Yuma School Dls. F. FliEDLEY and ) C. C. p JEB crrv officers, Uayor R.J.DUNCAN FRED FUEDLEV, f J. M.SPEES-. toaaailjaca J0Il;f SH VS5KY, J F G. BLA.I3D3LL, eity Attorney MUSAT MASTEHSOS- :::::::::;":::::::::::::::::p"bke KULES OF POST OFFLCii. Tha ofGcc is open from 7 A. M. to 7 P. M., dailv. Sundays from 7:00 to 8:00 A M. and b.00 to 7:00 P. M. Eabound mail cloaca at . . . .r):2l) P. u. W3t-bouad mail closes at . . . 7.00 p. m. Money Order and Postal Note depart ment closes at 6 P. M. daily, exct-ptinu Satnrdavs, when it closes at S P. m. No oney Order or Postal Notes issued Sun day a. -Maillor Parker, Ehrcnbcrg and Silver district laves "i'lima Sundays, and W-d-dayait 7 A. M.f and arrives here Tuesdays ftud Siturdava. 3 Mail for Picaoho, leaves daily at 7 a. in. F. B. LOUAN, P.,. Ynma Lodge No. 7, A. O. IT. . ieeth Tery Tuesday .evening at S o'clock. Vir.it tietheren iu good standla are iuvted o att-ead. Yours in O. H. and V. T D. Alclutyie. M. W. F. B. Wightmau, II. C A. R 3. C. Fremont Pot, No. 9, meets the Second and Laut Monday of .each month. C.Stowe G.eo. H. Field, r Adjutaut. J Commaudcr J-OLLER, L. N. M. D. S2a.3Ti3lcit3a. and. FIRST STREET, NEAR MAIN, YUMA,' . - ARIZONA. J-OTABY PUBLIC, iAWIES H. KINSLER. Can bo found at the office ot the Sentinel any hour of the day. gULLARD, PURDY GEO. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Practices in all Courts. Business promptly attended to. Office in ROOM 4, THIBODO BUILDING, PHOENIX. ? - ARIZ. -gJLLIOTT, TV. H. CIYILB2SGINEBE & SURVEYOR. ,U. S.eputy Mineral Surveyor. Yuma, A. T. TpURDY, SAMUEL, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Special attention to Land Business. Soma. -" " Arizona. rr night, geo. 3i!f ATTORNEY-AT LAW AND NOTARY PUBLIC, (Office next door to Post Office. ) Arizona. .YCMA, JTX G.DAVIS. ATTORNEY"-AT-LAW. YUMA, A. T. CHAS. L. BROWX. W. O. HUSON. BROWN & HUSON. ATTO RNE Y8 -AT- D A Y, nOOM SIXT COTTER BUILDING rcjwiNG, F. l:, ff.. ' NOTARY PUBLIC Ar.iroA- SOUTHERN PkCIFIC COMPAQ COMMENCING i - . r- tent i i irvi; v!rv?a A3 FOLLOWS: 7.if.. M. (DAILY) Mixi. : itl: J Tniin for Ut-iid. Ti-fsi.u. j Deniiuj.'. ElPato, sind all way t-t.-ttiouu. i 11:00 f,f, ton. liOS Anizele-, Sintii Barh.ira, San Francisco, -sicramento. Portland ami Xorth. Oirden and East. X.KCl P- M- (DAILY) OIOI-I ORLEANS EX Kl-h" for tiila Bend, .Mnricupn. Titcsnn, Hons-on. ! Lordshurs;, IJt-ining. vA I'aso. iMew ui ieans and East via the ".Sunset lltjute. " Overland Tickets Sold, Sleeping Car Berths Secured AND Full Information Regarding Trinscontinental Routes Furnished on Application Parties can arranpe to join the WEEKLY FAMILY EXCUJJ.slONS over . . . , tne Sun3ec (toute oy corresnunmny ujm Y. H. DRICSSE?., Agent. Depot, - - - - Ycma T. H. GOODMAN, Gen. Pass. Ag't. RICHARD GRAY, Gen. Traff. Mj;r. SAN FRANCISCO. CAL. SANTA FE, PRESCOTT & PMNIX R. R, IN EFFECT TEOEMBER 2", lt-95 MOUNTAIN TIME IS ST ND R1 USED. SOUTIt BOUND."!" "fNUllTII ROUS" NO 31 NO 1 Pas Paa STATIONS. Vi iN?'a" LLi L 2 nop 2 20p 2 45p 3 (Op STp 8 5"ip 4 1.1p 4 nOp 5 09p 5 21 5 r.Op No 41 7 OPa 7 3a 7 33a is Ola 8 31a 9 O Ja !)2'a 9 49x Hi Ida 10 5a 1130a 11 5-2a l2S0p 1 03p 1 27p 2 Odp 2 23p 2 3.1p 3 (Op 3 25p 3 45p . 0 ii 7 fa 7 3-a 4Ji S I la S 391 S i5t 9 12a 9 21a 9 4.ia fl 5"a 10 3a 10 ioa 10 5'. a 11 3ia 11 .Via 12 1 'p I2 31p 12 5-'r l nsp 13j 1 43p 2 05p 3.p 2 45p 3 usj) 3 2 S 3p 3 47p 4 Ojp sh Fork.Ar l-ath .... Wiekluw, ... tok Batte... ... cJar Uli.ie. .. Callei' Del Riu .Jeroni3 .lu'iL-tion. t.rmite. ... ... Masicki ... 1'iej.jjt: Precotf. ..Iron S-iriiijf-! . ....Summit .... ... .ta.n-s,'at3 .. .. .skull VMley .. .... Kirklm.l .. ...Oraul View .. H.llsiJe. ... ...Uate C-titii:. .. ... Martinez .. . . ... on;rois ... .11 rpia IJ.ila.. .. Wic'tenliurjf .. Vultur Hot S,ring-.s .Innc" ... HfarJsley .. . ilanpci'.ito ... "eiria Glen lale ... Mhanihra. .. Ar..!'hojiiix. .Lv ! Oflp t (1!) 43 p 4 1.p 3 i"p 3 irp 3 3p " 13 ) 2 59p 2 4 p 2 3.p 2 -3;i 2 Olj, 1 33p 1 l.Jp I ' 3Sp 12 lip II 5a 11 3!a 11 Ida U 53 1 to 45a 10 2 -i f ".9 1 !) 4 a 9 J a 9i 3 5a 5 tla 8 3Ja 113 a ll'ts o3" in :a 'jjja ss"a No 4-! ill1' 3 30 n 3 3tT HIj 2 'uti j V,' l-iw'n n ''a li ioa JJJ3 !) t5a V?1 ! " 4Sa ! 8 3,1 "-;51 1 4'a Trains Vcs. 41 and 42 will run on alternatf rtay. Infnimation as 6 v. hat day s -me. will run will be furnished by agents on application. XT . 1 n.o o ..r....u.f . ...1. K.-'. ,,-1.1. A r. P. vestibule liuii-cd No. a f !om the tas. ' TliiV i , the finest Tiin we.it of Chic-ao. 'e. 1 also com- ) necis wi'ii a M i . io. z iroiu e wesr. i eiuin dcblrlng to stay over at Ash Fork will iind the best of ai-commo "ations at ired H rvey'ri I ott-1. No. 2 makes tio e conn-c i.m at Ash fork with ) A. & P. trains Nos. 1 ati.l 4 & !'. No 1 rc.ichca J an Francisco 10:4" a. ni. s'-ciid iuorninr. A. .fc 1. No. 4 is a vctih-.-led train throHjflMiit. I jrV-crt wi h P.'nti-h t'as, diui'ifJ cai running through fr ni I.o.s Aintele ta liicafo. I -ini r ca-.s under the man azciuent of Fred Harvey, with his unexcelled ser vice, care and attention to hi.-i guest-. Nos. 1 and 2 connect, at .letome .'unction with 'TSSS principal m.ning camps; at ingri; s with ttag; lines for Haruia Hala, Slanto'i and Vaniell. .At i AtPhoetrx with the tiarie ipa A tboenix ity. for points on the . P. 't. ti. j This line is tho hist riute toth Grea'- Sdt River ; Valley. For 'iifomi i ion n-sardhutliw valley ail j , the rich mining section tiitiuurv to- this-road aJ-i dress, GEO. II S RGENT. G F:.t I. A. R. E. Wixix, L. M. MonPHT, AssUt int Geu Manager. Pres. & Gen Manager. Maricopa and PhcBnix Ry. TI3IE TABLE X0. 40. To Take Effect September 25th 1896, at 5:00 p. in. The Company reserves the ri-rht to vary the same as circumstances may require. DAILY TRAINS. From Phoenix From Maricopa 2 A. F. & P 7.15 a ni. (?.40a. m. JG.G5 -j. iii 5.35 a m. 5.15 a. m. STATIONS. 1 A. F. & P. 9.00 p.m. 9.35 p m. 10.15 p.m. 10.50 p m. 11.15 p.m. Ly.. Phoenix. Ar ..Tempe .... ... .Kyrene.... . .Sacatoii. Ar.Maric ipa Lv Train No 1 connects with Southern Pa cific 19, passing Maricopa at 11.30 p. in. Train No. 2 connects with Sou t hern Pa cific 20 passing Maricopa at 4.55 a. m. Connections made at Mesa with stages j for Goldheld Connection made at Phoenix with S. P. it R. ll. for Prescott aud Congress. "A" dailv. Trains stop on signal. E. SUA MP, General SuoerinK'nilvnt. F. I GRAHAM'S TO THE La Foriuna Mine. rna,B stage Tivia.ir. .o.v. IVKtX WI'fi'BS :2l TKAtf EAST KTEJEY ?SSa'a' AT BLAISDELL STATION. '0TICE TO TOTERS. At a meeting of the Board of Suiri rs of the County of Yum i, Territory of Arizona, held on the 13th dav of April, 1S93, the following resolution was adotited, all niemberi voting aye. Be it resolved that a re-registration of the voters of the County of Yuma is hereby ordered and the clerk of the Board is directed to puhlUi a no'ice of 8ald" re-registration ill the Arizona Se.vtixei-, a newspap.r published in the Village of Yuma for not less than foar month proceeding the next general election. ' OL- ' lis B M J Who can thlnfc waniGu An eugb &ggss& Profit vour Ideas: ther mav brlDK you vvealtli. Write JOHN WEUDEKBUnN & CO.. Patent Attpr- nev. Washington, D. C. for their fil.BOi; tiHzo oflter r3 il or two aurired tcvoatfosp TaneJ. 1 1 I . E3 ' tk F fi f 1 a ; - -r-H i3a Ail S Ali 'ORE! l.Ml''. Id liny- U- f !) y.n n.i'liil rr Wi' V! i n. inn h :ii.y 1 Ji :i li r , ' 1 1 e V t fl j' v 11 in- 1 r'oui' to n wiil i(u ue!i nr hc(iir. A. ViSLFiN. Froii. NOTICE OF Ar?LICATI5 FO U. S. PATKXT.--2I. A, NO. 652. Sdrvky No. 12U0. " Tf Tucson Lax:- District. L S. Land Okfici:. Ociotit-r .'). H0." Notice i-i liercny sivi;:, that in p'tr-uawep 0)' tin Act of (.'ini:i'ess ajijir vwl May 10 1872, Charles J. Rt-idv. l'at.-c-: H D r.- ne-an, Frod P. An.ire. T it o -xkv D. tih Frank L. Anilre an-1 A lion': Jin. elv. w j l'o--t Otih-f i- E'lroiiho-ic. Y :'ni ci Arizona, liave nade application 'or s patent for ti.e t'actus jilacer. I "in'-irr lo'-'. yitnate in riomoso Mining District ' V County, Ari.o ta. and (h'rO-ioed bv ' official lat, liCTt'wi;) rosted :tnd l v ; fieid note- on li e in i!h 'oiihu o. i 'risloro- the U. I.a"d titriee ai Ti o ' Arizona, a- follows. Itti n.ir ti vin- Nr VI ; ; Befunninrat ("r. No I wl.entv u I M. I2J3 !)-a- 81 l.'.' . 1) iiro... ?l 1817 ) ft.: thence X. -H do r.'2l nun. K..0W.3 it t Cor. N. 2; fiencp S. TO d(4 2' min. F. 1520.1-1 ft. to i 'or. No. 3; t lie c- N. Gl dv 31 nii i. K 1727."i ft. to Cor. X . 4: tln-nct N. 47 le. 4 1 niin. E . 2'30 S3 t. t- t' r N- 5; th-nceS 2) ,Lc 47 .i n. Ii 2 55.19 H. t ( nr" 5 t:,on!' S 41 e.-c 27 niin. V fiO.Xl ft to Cor. No. 7; 'hence S. 1!) tie. 3 "dn. -125.5 ft. to C--'. No. 8; tl o,. i S. 12 dei 2:','iniii. K G70.7 ft. icj 'or No.il tl.enc-e is. 2.1 de'. 3t min ii 1)27.5 t. t - Cor. N(), 10; then.-e ' S. 7(5 de.'. 20 m;;; W. 5Gl.fi t. to Cor N-. It; t i.'in-e N. 4 dear 47 :ir'n. W., 4 !3 7 it. t for. No. 12 !tt.ence N. 32.1c-. 42 min W. 4 '9.7 :t. t. l"or. .No. 1": thenee S 85 ".8 min. V 1307 ft. to C-.V. No. 14; t'u-m e S. 41 detr. .48 min. V. 2:'i.02 rt. t i Cor. No. i"; "tlMMice : y 87 ""n. E. 37G.7 ft to Cor. No. 1G; 'ti enceS. 3(Ie,r8-nin E. 992.3 ft. to for. X" l7; tl,f,"ce ,s- -Slej,'. 34 min. E. 1257.G ' ft. to for. No. 1$. thence S 25 de-.r. 40 min. ; E. 5G2.2 feet to C r. No. 19; tlietu- y. 07 de.a:. 45 min., V. 22.;7 ft. to- for. No. 20; tiseiue N. 2 5 dej. 3! mi i. V. 1511.15 ft. to Cor. .No. 21; thot ct N. 5 deir. 29 min. W., G00.7 ft. to for. No. 22; thence N. 3'i dejr. 21 min. VV. 1101.45 ft, to Cor. No. 21; thr.cc N.8U (le. 2 min. W. 512.5 ft. (o Cor. So. 2t; j them-e N. 53dctr. 10 min V.. 1571.1 tl. t for No. 1. tiie place of b(-inn:n-. Varhi- li"n :lt 'Jl frnera 14 le0'. 3) min Cm. tainiii!; 12J acre-. "J I i i s cl dm i located on , . . , i ., i ii r, ,- . trict. Viunn founlv. Ariz-ma. The location of ti clai n is recoried in locanon oi r 1 1 1 eiai u is recornco in i iter. nJcr's oiricc of Vuma jCouniy. '. nainiJo.,kIIof.Mines.pelGetWq.! I ..ii .1..: 4... ,.!..;...: !.... I thff I Arizona in Uo ik xi ot .Mines. p:me 10 et seq Any and all claimants claiming ndvc se- iv any porno 1 oj said Lactn- placer c aim (Survey No. 120 5) or snr.'ice ground, are required to tile the:r n.he.-e elaims with the Reyier of the United Srates land t". , iV- , ... ,-.. nmc( a '"'. ' mi.lv, Arizona, during the ixty days period of pnliHc.iti n i, ,r ,. , u, oi k i. i 1 .. ,.: r hereof, or tlu-y mH b.-harreil by virtue of tne provisions ol the fatiue EUGENE J. TItlPPEL, Kejrtster. First publication. Oct. 17 13fK5. RED M HEWS. KEWS THIA'D' Iff NEWS H-M2r. AI2aZ3iA?SM J13f !a'22!a nge HO Si GO Fl! Wire Service. Very Fr enfly to Arizona. Glean and V;coro is. Largest. Papar on the Coa3 Fspc wit't n S-6i:il i i-i-xovsi I'c-.V 55Ttv,i :i enl U'ei-rljorial .('tv 'rcxpaiulciicfi. ' The TTME reuener? Arizona Points 24 iiouis almad of tin' San Ktaiicipco daiiio.--, and is 4S to 60 hours ah d of all papers coiu- jiiig Iroiu tin' e.-isi ward. 12 TO S3 PASES. By 3Ia, $9 Per Year. 11 Carrier 75 i:its Per Month. SUBSCRIBE IV fTIl I. OVAL AG EXT. 2 n rx: w i!i ii U tea 0 KxO JT-L &xi teff vay iVSa JACKDUNNE, pr p. CKIAK3 HEPT IN STOCK. PRIVATE OARD FINK ST BRANDS OF LIQUORS AND. The only saloon in town where you can s.i t Ir neath the branches of i he orairie and b'snon tree and drink a lefrt-shing glas of ice col lemonade, beer, wine of nnv kind or smoke a fraurant cigar. MAIN STREET, YUMA. AHIZ. TTT AVrrtu-sm-n vt. f.WTIIFHL ME"f 0t V V w man to travel fr u-spoiiJiblc tA ihe 1 ! oawtaA i.ps-sw and cxpe e . Position pcrm .ot. Kcf.ronce. ! Enclose seli-addressed utamped envelope. The Na- ! , n nu,,L I tler.p.l, Sr BuiMlng, Chieiyo. 1 I) . If and Bost Family I!edi-S5Sw-)i cine in the world ! iliTKTiK. An Effectual Specific h .alS-x.-J-XaCi iiSaKK for ail diseases of the viSS? Liver, Stomach 38sS and Spleen. 3 Regulate the Liver S&xSzT and prevent CniLt.s lS?vf and Fever, Malaui- sSra;5SSd! sV$k 60s Fevers. Bowk. 4 Complaints, Restless- wViSSj NESS, JaUaDICK AND VCuffr-mSSTrtp ,. Nausea. , II. VD BREATH I Noth'ng- is so unpleasant, nothing so common, as bad breath: and in nearly every case it comes from ....u i i .:i :r .. :ii take Simmons Liver Reculator. Do not neglect so t'-U"l mauy to righteOUSUCSS as tho Stars sure a remedy for this repulsive disorder. It wiil also forCVOi and liVCtT. " To find a morO dG iiii prove your appetite, complexion and general health. . . ., , . - , , . , tailed account of hades vre- must turn to PJXKSt How many suffer torture day afer day, making life b rden and robbing existence of all pleasure, owinz' to the -ecrct suffering from Piles. Yet relief is ready to the hand of almost any one who will use systemati- cally the rerr.edy that has permanently cured thftu- sands. Simmons Livrr Rrculator 'is no drastic, violent purge, but a ;:itle ass stant to nature, CONSTIPATION SHOULD net be regarded as a trilling . H.-ncr.t in tact, nature doinqni!. tne utmost regular ty of the bowels, and any deviation fiom thi.s aen-.axd paves the way often to serious danger. It is cmite as necessary to remove impure accumulations from tha bowels as it is to cat or sleep, and r.o health can be expected where, a costive habit of buUy prevails. SICK HS1DACEIE! Thw distressing affliction occurs most frequently. The disturbance cf the stomach, arui.ig from the imperfectly dyeitcd contents, causes a severe pain in the head, accompanied with disagreeable nausea, and this ccnstitutcs w.iat is popularly known as Sick li " " LJ-1--i o i.,.v -- ... , ( itn i e Headache, for the relief of which take Simmons there is grievous condemnation, will box. which can h:; closed hy a wooa- trees and undoubtedly models of bvu roguutok o medicike. ycm tlutcl end Ihci-o wll be en door to urnvent. waste of material health. Thosn who saw simply stated- MANUFACTURCIl ONLY BY o . II. & CO., Phiiadcthia. Pa. fl bs feyKi 1 Jremote from Washington. 5 bead model, clraw mg'or photo,, V:tn descnp-' tioa. wo aavise, if patentable or n-t. free ofi jcliarge. Uur tee not due tul patent is secured. A PiusHLrT. .How to UStam 1 atents. witbc ?cost of same in the U. S. and forcisrn coantrieci Csent free. Address, 5 Opp. Patent Office, Washingtok. D. C. $ JAMES B3TEN Blackshi'ith -A aiui ' Vs?! u '-' - V, 4 ni o ? -j? n,i street frOTSS !H3''1S 8 -H V ii... : I' "t'.i i i ': :-t'l!oi li.t U'i hi.- -ii'Ji;i lif.f Feed V-.-.mI luv -it-'ck XT tf J J TTp I? V iU' J J ' lj ROftJnrv ?J7I7TH nsinttiann J4Y'J fvlif-IfWI kI?JfiTM5IS?I? I iUilllltU1 UllUiiicJUil AMD METALLURGIST, Workiiig h'-itu ma '(" I y Am ilya-na-t on', Lii iSti.i-i. tMilor':: ition or Cyniii -'e j'lm-; .MAIN STIiEKT. YUMA. MINE'S BARBER SHOP, SHAVING AND HAIR CUTTING, 1?. e ,T?.nTRTn 1? A X HOT AND GOLD BATHS i n. HAi-iiS, prssfi3ior. THE "La C, V, MEEDEN. PfiOi ?1ain st r Lett sVtrmc j ,ffri&m' ' UbbbliO. UiaAH5 51 TSfci LAWK E&l Is !Ca'eats, and 'itie-JIarh: ent business conducted for OUR OFFICE IS OPPOCITC and we can secure uatcnt i: llfWlJfM1 A PSIaI aisa' VA wl,oco S1SUC incy s"u wn:ie b umuiuiiu miau. plants, not merely of the peach trees, MMJiM4l tlicy aro alive." Much imlncnco on later Beginning with tho coarsest the but of olher trees, aro caused by tho Caveats, and Trade-Marks obtained and all Pat-j Jewish thought was c-erc:ccd by a wed workman irrocecds gradually to the njveclium of a minute fungus at-. ent business conducted for Pijooeratc Fees. 5 taowu passcgo of the later Isa-.ali: finest, resiftm-each time that which 4.,(.i- rnnt. ,-r nn- n OUR OFFICE IS OPPOCITCfJvS-. PATCHTOF-ICt:? "TW 11 rfifnr!', I'nn .. 7. . . , UUlag I JO EOOtb 11 lb not d6 UD. nd we can secure patent in less tune t:-.aa those J ' ' ., - nnsses Llirnu"! UKJ nocv.tn"li. i 'dueling, wherein tho two duelists, with hniic'c-l ferlintj prevail.--, wln-n th tioth Ko'ciitii -tnti .(.mr-sta- Dt-MiuH. ono second, meet w.thiu dcrs and liver i- tor.j i and slrsigish and tin- XKATi.'-- ; .draw lots for who chall shoot himself : ,., d nf a tonic and altor.-itiv is felt. f"-ia.xrj2.is3a.oca. tti J3.ooiiir fr Che iiceoinmlatioi) ot tlu- ull.lc j?ym;YT!MM" in t'Vry respi.-et .-.in; 4We G, k, THURL0VV Pgop,.' v.AtusoN vv;:nii: vti K.eupf.t,l- ay in iiaiut ;,h- -!: 'o-ioi.i vV 1 N F .M. 0.lliAK Cough Syrup. Tastes Good. Uso REM time, bom oy aruggists. hvC liTii W'lUll- A.I 1 1 SF r AILb. iJii Best THE UNSEEN WORLD. dados as I! la I'tcturo-I la Uic Boobs cl thu Aiiocrjplia. The book of DaiKfji, ;l5itii5g from iho Maccabeau ago, is perhaps tho-earliect VvTorL: iu vliich any clnur moral (lifcr(;n tiatioa as regardo tho unseen world ia manifest. "Mauy of them that sleep in tho dust of the earth shall awake, some to ovorLiitiug Lfe, and some to shams and cvcrhistniy contempt. ,And tlioy that bo wiw shall shine as the bright ness of the firmament, and they tliat- tho books of tho Apocrypha, written in Greek, and 13C .'VCClcd by ideas UCt pro- ;erlT- Tr.Un-t n Vi-!' TInnmvVtn C1Soly but, HoUClUCtiC. In particular tho book of Enoch, y-UinU (jn-ilg 1 rrrCW in ochatolo-V aiid - i-ccV lu iULiatu-Uej. tne secrets or tho muvcrsc, spools m eomo detail cf the future- of righteous and wicked : 4 'All goodness and joy and gloiy arc prepared for them and are written down for tho saints- cf those who have cLcd in righloouEiocs, and nnm-lfold good will be g-ven to you in rccompcuEO lor yenr labors, and your lot i3 abund:uitly beyond tho lot ci thu liv-ng. " A:id in contrast : "Enow yo that their souls (the sinners) will be pv-n tr rlf ir"nd iTit.n rIioiI r.A thov .7. , .,t,.i ill bccomo ,-re.ehed, and great (-lJ be their tribulation, and into dorknesS . q . ...,. aision. and be eon- and wither in fear. whon ihwwifl thn n-In nf thn' Mrv-.t Hitrh. in whoEO sirrht thev sin while carcases CI the KICU that have trailS- rin;'of) jwiinir inn fnr t'io v w.-irni ? .UUuUll i;:,.uuao HIV, lUi liiU 1 WOiiil shall not cLe, neither chall their firo bo quenched, and they shall be an abhor- ring unto aii flcch. " Theco wcrds in tlieii primary meaning refer to tho ma- tomu uju us ui mo ucau, one iu u:o lenict-ic age they wero nrcd of tho future whicli the outline wa3 thus sketched was by degrees filled in from non-B-bli-oal source,!. But this filling in went on but slowly r.nd wa3 not far advanced at tho beginning cf tho Christiaa era. Contemporary Review. LETTER wr.ITIK3. l - Scribblers of Ilasly Notes. Every one knows, of course, that the actual number cf letters passing through the mails of every civilised country if iiiiiatci, litiiitix Limn xuoa, ju-ii uyuiu:. JJufc every ouo alio leeis tJiat therolet- ters are no longer letters, m the true consb, at all. They arc amplified leic- grams, bald and bare statements of fact, P . , , and they have the looso and diriomted and cartdess phraseology of tho tele- ph :eology of tho tclcr grapnic message. rru-f .,e iun c, ! exurcision. thn sraefiful connp-itt that j. , leeimg lor me mxu anu conucetea e.- position oi .uic ideas tor the .balance ot tmn, in short tno vc.y term is pro- Adamite to tho end .of tho century car that used to preoccupy tho beet lettur TTi-irnrs r.f ;iiintlmr"flni-i(inTi l.vn m-m ! from our present day scribblers of hasty notes, as though such musty things had never been. Tho only people who "compose" their letters now aro cultivated old ladies. :Thoir college bred granddaughters, in tellectually armed and professionally !gStV,JruS0S Z m:gnt no .sa:ct, as iicnry damc3 re- marked of the notes of invitation cf tho 'London society woman, that they have nothma m common with tho epistolary epistolary art but the postage stamp. It may bo held that cuch an acccm- plishmcnt is not, after all, cf the great- est value. Cut bchmd it thero is an in- stmct, deep coated m tho race taat a widespread habit ci carelecs writmg ar- fta x-nrxr Ah ,v-t.V f S ihnlr r f a rnn. plc. And this cue cannot but bciievc to bo tho caEo. It takes no intollect to put plain facts into lionet, cef lespcctirrg phraiies. But it takes f.cif icctraint tmd btxeutiveness, and theco lead in time to r. diccipLned and coherent way cf lookv ing at life. "The Po.nt of View" iu Scribner's. i Payn'a American Cucl. James Payn, tho English.wrlter, tells this story cS tho "American plan" of Un a recent occasion, A and 13, having had a "d.fiiculty," A was tho unlucky , man, aud retired for the purpocc of celf 4 destruction into the next apartment. B and the scccud, both verj -iiuen moved by the tragedy cf the situation remained, in listening attitudes. At last tho pistol was heard ; they shuddered with emo tion and remorse, when suddenly in rushed the supposed dead man, trium phantly erclaiming, "Missed I" Elevator Wit. Tho elevator boy in tho b:'g flat was airing his v.ews to a passenger on tho proper coucraco oi cmicucn. "What do yon know about it? ' laughed tho passenger. "You'ro not married, aro yon?" "Well, no," replied the boy, but I've brought up a good many families m my time," and then he gazed up the eie.vator sn:uc .uu n liiptuiuus upiui-- Bion. Detroit Free Press. Tennyson. Tennyson would not talk about his p-otry bnt once .intimated that ho re- carded the Odo on the Death of tho Dake of- -W ellmgton" as contammg movomSptaio.urfmoof hoc,!,- ZZZUt gacie antt was agrecamy surpriceu at its receution. gricyons condemnation for the generu- anc injnry to the workman, tire their belief that it was only a coin- iUfu ?fi!l1 3lM'w tw i i- fwo inm cylinders in which play tho cidonce, aud that tho trees would In tho fourth beck of Lauras it i. ;W -n,,, ft lo f,-, ... . . ... aid of thn or.mnVi nf Gnd that "thoT f v. probably have been as nealthy with- Highest of all in Leavening Pover. Latest U. S. Gov't Xiepori GLASS PAPER. Chat Would Ii a More Aronraie Ucsigna Ion Sorsiiajs TJir-f Suai!p;tprr. SawdpyA:r fsi tow wadi Lnlsc to i:s m:m'c, i r it hi a r:o i..rnl alxvr.t it, tho placf. uf Vjit iLt5ti.na I being now taken usucily b.Y powdered gins?, which doen'itsf$vork with vast- 'Jj;11"1" mu' Ono of tho most iinpftrrnirt opera ions in th'o fnbricaiion of sancipapcs the pulverization of the fdass into powder of th(5 different grades of fineness. Commonly an iron mortar is used tor thin iurposo, a heavy iron pestle being th3 crnsmng m- 1 . v ; ' ; strnment. Stamping uiacmnen' is hotter: It consists of a 6tont box whose iron si kMvalls serve as a base fnr lfvi tp imino- in:iftlnncfv In- the Ilw,inn. r, ,-1 ....... -I,r, .luov r -T iirauing iuu puwuui vu,u shifting cylinde.vs ve necessary, cov- ored with ganx The iwper to bo used in tho man- - . . . , ':lf,t"J'l! st bo good, strong and hcr long libored It musfiij:;o bo uv.u irom umn ;imi u i vizuiin it ua,. understood that all plants of a lower tnl if thero Ua any such thoy must orJer of vop,ctation wnicn Q tn0w r,o piancu on 1 1 i tn-y Hiituuti no uvit- looked, t hoy would intt rfere with tho proper use of the sandpaper The knots would protrudo through -no gum. aim mup rmses huh cnan- ,els would result, making it impos- sible to smooth off a suriaco overly wilh the paper Tli e pa pt r is cut into largo sheets, spread on worktablcs, lasteneci down and then p.uuted by means of a largo brush with n thin, even coat ot 1,ot luo 11 u; 'Pc ,s to Tnnj nd the paper of bad quality, the glue soaks into tho paper, so that witiuit reiiJ.iiiiii is nut ui suuzuiuni- consistency to hold tho glass 'Funs results a saiinanor from which tho h,v ' nr B .j3 ' niT places, has no glass at all 1 ! ,, ? , , , enough this is notably tt Kli UUi J - '-" u L"su v.Min ino coarser varieties, in wnicn tho layer ot clue must bo put OU i- ill wnn o.cotMiing caro uiat mo rma- hv ely largo i ntgmen ts ot glass, which tha bindimr materia . mav hu held faSf, m On the t ' f,t. la.VCr Ot ! .lO IS tOi - - other hand, if the oo t hick or tho eon- sisroneo too viscous, the outer pari, -miwu um quu-uiy. s.u toai inopinss powder cannot imbed i'.soll in it. i:en isso gjtie lias i.eon spread or. tho paper, inn powaored glass must be sifted on ihrcmch amove. This : operation also requires considerable , Skill, though not SO much as the' spreadina of tho glue, for tha glass ulUi?fc "ot lJ sifrctl 'reJy in such a manner as to uso a given quantity to n sneer, out; so mat easn sueei: may bo covered ovenlj. Even theii all the powder will not stick, and somo Gf tho particles lio upon others without touching tho glue. Theso can he shnken nff hra aliht move. . ,. , , 1, nK'nt 0t tbB i)Sr V UOn th nl)er- flnous Pln5,s powder has hoen remov- adt a wooden roller is passed lightly over tho pijiei- to jrcss tho particles of glass as firmly hs possible into the ghm and to fortr a perfectly ever suriaco. rhiiid iphi Inquirer, . Electric Bitiers. ' Eloctiic Bitters i- a medicine suited f nnv t-p-isoo, lur perhaps mor' g'ii- e dl " n- d. i. when tin-l.in.MiM fx- ,,r.-nipt u-o o; this meclt'i iii Imp 0ft,.n av. te. iong an ' peril fatal i, ij()II levers. No inodirini- v.-ill act n,ore surclv i" eounU rncling and f-ei j,,., s, sten, finill t.h,. -mabiria po:ioi-. ITea'tiich", Jn i -e tion. Cnn jtipiiriM. Oirzine-' yi-Id to El"ftr:c litters H0x an.! $1.0') p..- I ottle at W. T Goi.der & Co.'s Drug Store. Hegret That Came Too ate. Tho London Musical Herald tells a queer story about Jack "Wilson's tomb in tho Little Cloisters at Westminster abbey yilsou Was Shakespeare's tenor. Hc wag pvobab:y the first to sing "Sigh No More, Ladies," and ho died at the ago of 73, iu 1073. The inscription on his tomb afc the abbey was much oblit- eratcd aQfi umicr tho directicn of an antiquary a man was cmnloyed to reeut ,i,n (ittfrs. Thn nnHnnnrv Ktrnd lnnldiif? , over lum, so that ho should rnako no mistake, and to make the time go pleas- "mSon lufd merits cf tho deceased. The man oven- t.lly 6toppcd his looking iip Ji.B .-.i t wich t L lit li S --.. , ,. " HSACH TREE DIScAScS A Simple I'rpcdient V!iich I Clairpf pi Ua Wljoily rffoctlve. Sonio years ago a gentleman resfd? ing near Cincinnati prented q sensar' tion by what ho regarded, a naw mothod of keeping peach treea Jicalthy. All that ha did Tvas to pilo up earth about tho trees, the mound- reaching u;j to tho branches. It took several onrlloads of earth to maio these monr-as, and tho little orchard' tliad tbb- nppcaranco of bushes grow-, Qufc Qf fte t Qf tho of - . . , . earth. Every one used to look on , , . ml laugh a. lie thought oi burying "P tbo trunk of a tree in order to- cntko it healthy, but thore were tho- 1 I - . out the mound of earth as with it. Hinnn it bns-r.mrin to bn woll rprrnr. niscd that many of tho diseases of likelv that this mound of earth, oner- ntorl honnfininllv hv n7-fivnntir.tr hA ' j j i - o growth of tho fungus which preys on tll0 roots of trces -It U0V. rs f ano-j wiil only grow under Q po- nnn.Li.nnnnf oi,mmctnn Among other' things they must ho vcry ngar tho surface 0f tho earthy and if buried to the depth wonld bounder a mound it isunlike ly thsLt fangi y-0uld find a satisfac. I tory home. SomQ say right heTQ that j tll0usllfc ourying uu tho trunks of aBd coverin sxlrfacQ r00t3 ' ,:f!. vf1, ncripcnnti-rotoioiti,. but the burying by itself is not tho i roa30n trees die i1Grj earth is piled over them to rf "considerablo depth,. im). rrn711 r10 fn. j, 4Un vnrm ffrowinir roots do not cot air. Thesa 1 : i i. n ; JSws u' uimusu im i afc th eemilies' tho Q n-ni.n, I iin I- tt-ai, I.I j in the slightest degree in juro theso , t-i, .. .,i,i 1 : .,,ni,f T,r,,-0,i ift,, o. 9UUIV- uux iuu, iu u viiotuixiuAjr. tc leavo a spaCQ around the triiak ; parhai)g building a dry wall, to keep v... x. ... . riui, i iiis; is, mil, i iijii, i iim i--;it-i,ii is, tti. jurious, but to give a chanco for wa- j .tcr to flow frcsly down into tho soil, j aBd tll0 fjow of water always leads to a flow of air following tho water. Iliese remarks arc suggested by n nrtifiln in nn nrPimilfnral nn. statinff lhat tbe applo borer and pench -borer Lavo been L-epfc onto tbQ trurks of trees bv making k nTimlnf fiarth nrnnnrl Hi mnlrf Aleehan's Monthly. 'i Be bothered with inferior goods xvlien you cm yt-1 a iin-t-chiss artiele if only you . -will call for it. LEVI STRAUSS & GO'S c:le3:iat:d c:pp:r riveted OVERALLS AliD SPRING BOTTCH PANTS Aro made of the best materials. ' 3 Sewed with the bet threads. 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