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The Pioneer Journal ? Locally nr.d Editoriaily l!ie & Pcpci for the People Best Advertising Medium Locally and Editorially the Paper for the People ( Dest Aavertising mcuium w Iiiclependen ( in ..U Tilings VOL. XXVII. YUMA, ARIZONA. SATT Y - Jr. i . AUGUST 13, 1898. NO. 39, A L THE ARIZONA SENTINEL, PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT Yuma, Arizona, BY XV. IMHtKIIVGXOj, Prop. SUBSCRIPTION. Eix months One Tear ?1 SO 3 00 ADVERTISING RATES laade known on application Address, ARIZONA SENTINEL. Yuma. Arizona. THIS PAPER Dake's Advertising gency, 64 and 65 Merchants Exchange, .San Francisco, California, where contracts or n lrp.rfcisiu.tr can be made for it. Oft-nt!tJLI nfT0WAi, omct f ,-rmyrt .... -,cmsTAaT. .' IKV. t. MfOORJ) I -8 AKERs VirKKR' . PKAZIF.K HN'fTONV iHtffMAN . A. SMITH DORRINC'TON J.TRIPPEL. . E R MONK -jrjtML . -AT TO CMH . rSKETt-OIUAb P1WS.. J- W TCCSOS IjAXD office. Reoibtkr EUGENE RECEIVER COUXTT orFICERB. DisiRicr Juron WEBSTER STREET O lerk of District Court C H BRIXLEY i A. JIODESri, Chairman; J. M Supervisors ;( speesE and T. A. JORDAN Clsrk or Board of ScrERTibORs C. P. CRONIN Pfobate Judge and Soft. Schools . FJ1A M 8ntRirr,TA- Coh'it akd Assessor. .M. GREEJj Lh Al Under-sheriff DieTRicr Attorket iY,r Treasurer li"OTT urvetor lJn COUKTT PHYSICIAJf I. f"-ii Couxtt Recorder i.uiuaw FKECIN'CT OFnCEKS. t G. M. TIIURLOW ;,tir of the PCAce j & WERNING ER . Constable. U. G. WILDER and JAMES JONES. TrusteeB of Yuma School Dist.-! I. POLHAMUS and v t. ciwivrs citt orriccas, H. J. DUNCAN JACK DUNNE GEO. H. MILES W. T. IIEFFERNAN HARRY F. NEAIIK. J. B. WRIGHT ' GEO. DUKE WM. E. MARVIN . I . LEVY ". AVKAN MOLINA Uayor vnc'lmen Cityn orne3-.... City Recorder Assessor Treasnrcr Marshal RULES OF POST OFFICE. The. office is open from 7 A. M. to 7 p. M., aily. Sundays from 7:00 to S:00 A; it. t-Wd mail cioses at . . . 5:20p. m. .hn-rtr' rr:r.:1 "loCS at . . . :00 P. V ' -f ;ney Order and Toetal Note depart r . closes tt 6r. M. daily, excepting ,yB, when it do? os afr r. u. N-j ? . -ey Ordf r or i'ostal Notes bsued Sun- M ail for PmW, Emberg and Silver j strict reaves Yuma Suadaar taA We j e at 7 a. v.; ar arrive r Ta, ---nd S!atnrlay. J; OOURT YlXA, 3. F. Of A. Meets on the lift Land l.r," .'i. "i.y nss of each month, at 8 o'clock. Visiting Foresters of America in pood standing are invited to attend the meetings. Yours in L. U. B. and C. C. P. Cnosi-, Chief Hanger. Mvlford Winsor, Financial Secretary. YUMA LODGE, 0. 7, A. 0. U. W. Meets every Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock. Visting Brethren in good standing are in vited to attend. Yours in C. H. and P. F. G. Blaisdell, M. W. R. S. Hatch, R. T-RIGHT, JOHN B. ATTORNEY-AT- LAW. (Office Molina Block.) Ywa. - - - Akizoxa. D R. W. T. IIEFFERNAN, PHYSICIAN AND Surgeon. Onice m uonuer c ums M OLLER, L. X., M. D. Physician and Surgeon. First Street, Near Main, YUMA ARIZONA- T3ULLAILD, PURDY GEO. AT 1 UltiN ti 1 -Ai- Practices in all Courts- Business promptly attended to. Office in . ROOM 4, TINBODO BUILDING, , PHOENIX, - - ARIZ. E LLIOTT, "W. H. CIVIL ENGINEER os SURVEYOR.: U. S. Deputy Mineral Surveyor. Y; i a, A. T. Y AT LAW ' N'L NOTAHV VrhX.V (Office next door to Post OWice. ) The Providence Fur Company. PROVIDENCE, R. I. Wonts all kinds of raw Fur, Skins, GiiiBcns:, SenccB, &c Pricei quotoJ for next sixty days arc as fol lows: Silver Foz 15.00 to 150.00 Bear 85.00 to S25.00 Otter $4. 03 to $9.00 Martin $2.00 to $9.00 Bever S3.00 to S3. 50 per lb wolf $1.00 to $2.00 Bed Fox.....; $1.00 to $2.00 Mink $.75 to $2.00 Sknnk .25to?I 00 Gray Fox $.50 to $.75 Rat ,..$.20to$.25 Price-list on all other furs and skins furnished upon application. Full prices guaranteed, careful frlection, courteous treattfi?nt, and immediate remittaccc onjill consignments ttrANTED TRUSTWORTHY AND ACTIVE W "cnUemcn or ladies to travel for responsible eStaollbneU IIUUSO m 'i""i"- iwumij naiail g65.0" and exDenses. Position steady. Reference. I Enctlos self addressed stamped envelope, 'lhc' Doroinion Company, Department Y, Chicago. 1 Three Half SccSiosis of B'sit cnlcil Ijiintt, us line suitl Tor tile as I'Jovr ever turned. iO PER ACRE. 1 JERPETlTAL WATER RIGHT ITNDER X the celebrated Mohawk Canal in the Celebrated Mohawk Vallev. Each half .sec tion lias FORTY ACRES ALL LEVELED, FENCED AND READY FOR FARM 1X0. Inquire of Ynnta, Arizona, Oi GEORf"" VT. v N. MOUAV. I M Co., Autz. DO YOU TRAVEL Arc roil F.'-mir t..t.!- h l .-'; tre sov4?t c ii.-tuiiwkcft, ".7 v-"-.' ;'?? J" ER. li. :t n. . ithnulont and preventative know. Womlei-nil re. oli: SO eet.: Send for toot o.. Mf.ol, free. CCSUJUN IHtCflCO., TIM'iaJtS, "I)., V. S. A. Blacksiiiitli and Wagon Maker. Shop on Main street, lorrosiTE public school. Horse Shoeing a Specialty. Mr. Doten has in connection with his shop a fine Feed Yard for stock. iiv Meal Market. j DAVID BALZ, Pnor. Wholesale anil Retal Dealer in BEEF, PORK. MUTTON VEAL AND SAUSAGES Alfalfa fed cattle from Salt River Valley received by rail heve. TUEzviaa. Stroot. Txa.xxx.r PALACE SALOON, A. TYNER, PROP., THE FINEST WINES CIG ARS KEPT IN STOCK. Chop House. JOE GUfi Prop, MAIN STREET. In connection with the Place Saloon. Meals 25c, 35c. and 50c., served at all hours of the day and night. Board per week, $5. OYSTERS, FISH AND CHICKEN. Bread, cake and pies for sale. Lunches put up to order. Meals at all hours, the da' and night. Private rooms for ladies. PUBLICOPalIOIV l CiiiOTTo's Stouk to it we ding, for Goods that have the genuine ringCc Eligh class Guoceries we get hero, un surpassed both far and ncarSS En Canned Goods, they'res a splencid show, of first-class brands whene'er we gO Of .Shoks and Hats as, all agree, the choicest quality here we I'he purest bread anil Cakes, 'twould seeia, John Giiiotto's are supreniK 'JtYne value in Wis us, beyond compare, first -c)a.-s Cloth ixi at prices 1'aiEJ On every thing we can rely, that John Uiuotto does suppl V ix'i n "o a vsc. it pateriioie or not, tree of 2 1 'ur i.e. 0 .- mi por.fis srcurecij PMLtT, " H'1 1 1 Obtain fati.".ts," vith' A PAMP Pcost ic. i.i the C. L. d ft ?se..: ' .. A.'crcs, ICABSNOW&CO, iCaveats, and Trade-Marks obtained and all Eat- )TU!RTV-?CeM7M VP,'1, -i. I jem DUSiucsstuauuticu lor MODERATE I-ECS. I 2 ' Sour Office is Opposite 0. S JTFir-'-r ,ui,u:, , 1 i i-.'-'w uA; 10:. f S 9 j -' E I 25c. 50c. 3H " DRUGGISTS. V. "For Over Srll ty "B'estrs Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has been used for over fifty years by mil lions of mothers for their children while teething, with perfect success. Jt sooths the child, softens the gums, allavs all pain, cures wind colic, and is the best remedy for Diarrhaea. It will relieve the poor little sufferer im mediately. Sold by Druggists in every part of the "World. Twenty-five cents a bottle. Be sure and ask for "Mrs. Winslow's Soothihg Syrup," and take no other kind. Tiles! Piles! Itching I'ilcs. Symptoms Moistuic; intense itching aiKlj-tininu' mot at night; worse hy scratching. If allowetlto continue tumors form, Yrhich often bleeil and ui- I cerate, becoming vcrv sore. SWAYSBh Oint.mk.nt j -!-;- tl.. -m ...a an. I ( ioeti:tir.-iicr!s uk-vrai.-n j I ai.d 111 most casus t uwvesi the tumors. At tini- yribts, or hj mail, for to cents. Dr. Swajnv & hon, I I'liU(uii'!pdia . ( YOUR FORTUNE 1 1 ti. r.li. SJ.mI Kreatust relief to mankind in nil 'head troubles. CUKES COL5SS, HOISE TJISCO.VT. C.i TAISRSX. That ttwliil oiler of Catarrh dis nppears by its use. Wonderful in llav Keverand Asthma. I3-BSY C.LY WSiilMAIi'a. IT inn can't get II at Dnissists sciiJ Tor II. Kj mMlJ 50 crnls. Spnd Tor Iiook on Jlrndicl, frro. CUSH3IAX 1)U1 CO.. VlSCCMitS. 1X1J.. V. 3. A. JACK DUNNE, prop. FINEST B HANDS OF LIQUORS AND CIGAKS KEPT IN STOCK. PRIVATE CARD ROQiOTS. The only saloon in town where 3Tou can sit beneath the branches of the orange and lemon tree and drink a refreshing glass of ice cold lemonade, beer, wine of an- kind or smoke a fragrant cigar. ."MAIN STREET, YUMA, ARIZ. THE GEM, C. V, MEEDEN, PROP., Main street. WINE, LIQUORS and CIGARS FIRST CIiASS in every r'spc au-i POPULAR PMCES. h i.'t'.' r, rCC- i i. aii' : tic t. , liiid no.v. .vi . . !" 1 i:'j t'i- anj curative. ivc are poitc-ed ty no oilier n-:ij i' . sk ur ariiirsKt for MYb"-OlXT''F.xr. JOHN QH! IOTP DEALER IN General Merchandise r?Iy oi" Groceries are Al. -ways JI-'resH mid. of the ECest. 3iy Dry Goods E&eparSjneut is ftMipiiedvillitJieaaiies. mill Jiost Eicasitiinl flaltcnnn. GIVE ME A CALL Before purchasing elsewliere. Don't be FOOLED B Y NE W ARM VALS who claim to SELL CHEAPER. I Will Not Be Undersold. Cor. Main and Fourth Sts. OKS FOR A DOSE. Remove Pimples, Prevent BilionsuoHS, Purify theBIood. Cure Headache and Dyspepsia. iorncaltn. They neither snpe noreicken To con' bold by druggists. DR. BO5ANK0 CO. Piiila. Pa. t.- ,,.r.n--c U -?tri!iiiictrQfd i In-dispensable to Miwno Msn: i J THREE DOLLARS PER YEAR, POSTPAID. , 8AVPicwre. U mwm fil S'lhKTlrU ltSJ. I ?JSS I f a y? ill mi - niimiinii.,1 irjoe V TT LOST HAPPINESS "Oh, when a - ''":" -' The babe Hath she nc t 'i- . The day o- ' " "re, at, For all ner ! " ' An over-p - - When a bahy is taken away by the angel of death from its sorrowing1 mother she has some sense of consolation which is denied to the sad hearted woman who has never been blessed with the joy of clinging little arms around her neck and a dear, ten der little head nestling against her loving bosom. It is sad indeed, that motherhood, the most complete and perfect of womanly delights is denied so often to those most fitted by their loving nature to enjoy it. It is impossible to avoid the feeling that kindly nature would not allovr her own best purposes to be defeated, without some fault or short -coming on the part of the woman who longs to be a mother; and ex perience shows that in a large number of cases the difficulty lies in some unnatural weakness, which, by proper and reasonable means is altogether remediable. So delicate and sacred a subject cannot be treated in any but a serious, and Pt the same time a sensible spirit. It is pv "ily a feeling of gratitude and a desire thaf other vromen like themselves shall be made happy and contented that prompt-id the writing of the following letters wi :h the express permission that they be published here: " My baby girl is now five weeks old and is fat and healthv as can be," writes Jlrs. Elizabeth Wright, of Spring City, Sanpete Co., Utah. "I commenced using Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre scription when about two months along and continued to use it until I was confined. I used about ten bottles in all. I have been subject to miscarriage, having ten of them and two pre mature children. I was not troubled in the least this last time. I got stronger as each mouth progressed and went to my full time. I shall recommend Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription to all I meet who are troubled with female weak ness. There are several ladies taking the ' Fa vorite Prescription ' since they have seen the benefit I received, and more no doubt, will com mence its use after knowing my condition, as my progress was watched with much interest by many of my neighbors and friends." " My wife has used Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre scription when in a critical condition, and finds it the best medicine on earth," writes W. J. Journigan, of Rhiuehart, Catahoula Par., La. " My wife had miscarried seven times, but with the last child she took nine bottles of the ' Fa vorite Prescription ' and the child is now a large, fine bov .The ' Favorite Prescrintion ' m.-k-1? clii' '.;' . Dr. Pierce h o . nirly ye-tr-- been at the head of fh-i! g:t i:r.del" sainrar: n-i, the Invalids' Hotel ..-;cl Surgical -In" t 'into of Buffalo, N. Y.. j its chief consulting phy sician. Here ha- bad r.n intitrate. prac tical ext)C'ri.ricv in this cari .:!:: ueld of practice wl.,'i t; -- :., .r.t!v by u,-V f jiv r - ie;,.:i j.. -. s - - i'i u.asrno- ' . : . .-eiibiuji ; .o:::p! ,:'d . iT ct--. .-mm-.!-;dge 1 h l--'hug l:- . v r---v.hiro His "Favorite! ition ba enred more cases of fe- j d:c. pnysKj. P'e-crii male complaint than all othe; medicines ; combined. It i tho only proprietary rem- ' edy devise J 'or tliis ppre'?'' puroose by an arcompiisiieo, i ntine-pii'--icnn. When you ask your druggist for Dr. Pierce';; Favorite Prescription, and he says "let me sell 5rou something- else just as good" ask him gentby but firmly if his "jiist as good" medicine has a "just as good" record as Dr. Pierce's, a "just as good " physician behind it as Dr. Pierccs and carries with it "just as good" privi leges of consultation and treatment, as do Dr. Pierce's medicines. There are no medicines for female dis orders as good as Dr. Pierce's. In fact it is the 011I3' successful speeifie remedy for women prescribed and prepared by a graduated physician in regular prac tice and sold through druggists. Every woufau would be benefited by the clearer knowledge of her physical self which she would obtain from Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser, a splendid tlimicnriri - nnrrp vnlmiif illnctrotwrl rv?tl, over seven hundred engravings and several ! colored plates. Jlore than half a million copies of this valuable book were sold at $1.50 each; but a paper-bound copy will now be sent free for the mere cost of mail ing 21 one-cent stamps, which should be inclosed to World's Dispensary Medical Association, Buffalo, N. Y., or if a hand somer, heavier cloth-bound copy is desired ten stamps extra should be sent. NOTICE. To whom it may concern. Notice he eby g iven that the Fioe Gold sgroup of mining claims, consisting of the Arasta, the Free Gold, the ykookum, the Kio Vista, the Siwash, the Celestina, the Missing link, the Hidden Treasure, the Cashier, the Little Mint, the Quien Sabe,the Sandstorm.situated j 111 the Chocolate mountahis.arid the j 5 stamp Gold Milling Plant con-1 nected .therewith, in Yuma comity, Arizona, and now -n ml-r V-nd and j lease, is, and will not L-.-1 c.-ponible ' for anv debts whalsonv't: that mav l,t' incircd Li v tne -s nov: working said mine, under said , bur)t ant JPase. '1!.'U I. Ma.'Lkm,, And vartners lucutoc and Owners Dated this 10th day of March,lS9S 1 53 WAR EXHIBIT AT 031 AH A; First Spanish Flaa: Captured to Tie Added to the Collection. The first Spanish flag captured at Santiago will soon be placed in the War Department exhibit at the Omaha Exposition. Assistant Sec retary of war Meiklejohn, after a consultation with Secretary Alger, ordered to be packed and shipped to Omaha the first Spanish flag captured at Santiago. Pinned to the flag is a card giving the history of the capture, when taken, from , Vt.'j. a:.- :) .cr what eiiYimi- r..M .r trophiee. a hit of old- styte ffre arms and a hnx of Jhf now .TanoV .;rl.o'! , i r . . ' " u ouijj tut-;,, illicit iu inv pres jfdentofthe Transmississippi Ex position, where they will be added to the exhibit of the War Denart- merit. NEW WAKSHIi'S TO HE TAST. There is news in the Washington dispatches this morning that will inspire gratification and rejoicing in the heart of every friend of the American Navy. Secretary Long has taken a hand to some effect in the movement for faster battle ships. He sent to the Board of Construction yesterday a note sug gesting that it might be well to recall the advertisements issued for bids for battle-ships, and prepare altogether new designs for those vessel. That means, of course, that the new designs will be such as will insure greater speed. The Board has not yet acted upon the sugges tion, but all its members aue said to be warmly in favor of so doing and of thus making sure that the new ships will be in speed as well ns in all nt.Upr ypsnocts the best of heir class in the wo' Ki. It id now i seen that there is no such hurry for ! the ship as woul f forbid ouf wait-! lag a little lnn.,v for them while the now 4e,4rus are huing prepared u.vl wnne the-iurlhvr necessary action by CoiiRresa is Iving taken There i.-: tod;,.v, t hv; ciore, t-xecl- ! lent grounu lor nope uiai me-new battle-ships wii! Hi(il 1 1 ; e plan of the Engineer-in-chief, that they should have a speed of IS knots in stead of 10 -knots, and a radios of 0,400 knots instead of 5,400 knots that they will, in brief, be ships of an 1S98 instead of an 1S94 model. Upon this prospect, the naval service and the Nation are to be congratulated. The officials at Washington who make it a reality will do the Nation an inestimable benefaction. They will insure that the naval lessons of the war with Spain shall not be ignored by tiie very Nation which brought them before the world, and that the Nation which in three wars has been the world's teacher in naval science shall not now lag behind its pupils. Lovely Woman. There are women engaged in sew ing for the soilders whose husbands have to buy their pajamas ready made. When a woman begins to talk of her "sphere," look out for an in- i -II - ereaseu hi teres 0 111 pontics ana lessjjj from thv -tar 'ii'l stf;f- rf ihkrerft in cooking. . jlhe Unite ) states of men-a . There are many more things in ; the wurM Lube iaujjhH at. when a ! Ai-MfR-L ! w i: :t!Sr;r a ;-iri is w't'i a young man than stiiet disci plinarian inci o-j'-ioa-when she is with her father and ally inflicts punishment in curious ui'ther. When a man is so. good that he wants his wife to go away for the summer for her health her folks regard him with suspicion. It is hard to believe, but "every woman who supports her husband and family by running a boarding house was once a bride and people said she was "doing well." A woman may have a face like an open book, hut a man always finds it difficult to read between the lines; Some girls admit that engage ments are failures, but they have their doubts as to mairriages. No matter what a woman's age may be, she never thinks she looks it. Before starMng to tlu war, get voUi ?an repaired sit Uu Yuma Vy- kry ami Novelty YAoikj. Reveries oia Bachelor. About the worst joke a woman! can play on a man is to marry him. j An echo is the only thing that! can flim-flam a woman out of the last word . Time and tide wait for no man but it is different with a woman. One can never judge the length of a woman's tongue by the size of her mouth. The hardest thing for a woman to decide is when to commence her 30th year. Ti. of matrimony is one of the United States even if it .isn't r on thfi man. r- i . , . . l . . . .:f . ! be always laughs, but his wifecries. Court costs are fully understood 1 by the man who has been defendant in a breach of promise case. When 3rou see a man with his ears stuffed with cotton he either has the earache or a' scolding wife. A man laughs when he is amused; a woman laughs when she thinks other people think she ought to laugh. A woman can pass a display win dow of a milliner's show without stopping if she is running to catch a train. You will always get a truthful answer if you ask a woman her age and she tells you that it u none of your business. When a man undertakes to tell you what love is, the chances are that he is in love himself, and you can't believe him under oath. When a bride has been married about three weeks, she begins to write home for the old clothes she refused to take with her. When a ivrm comes home from the club at 2 a. ra., and his wife tells him to come upstair?- io bed, sIkmis asking the impossible. It is an -all-wise Providence thatj crfiAteil woman after V? rvthins j eige haJ been finid; oUierwie ! ghe wouW hayc wantfla Q bog3 tb . ! marriaffeable a,c 0f woaien - . , . . .1 death. A Toast. There were live sea captains chanced to meet-one Russian, one Turk, one Frenchman, one Amer ican, and one Englishman. One of them proposed a chanpagne supper, and each one to give a toast to his native country, or pay for the wine drank. The Russian Here's to the stars and bars of Russia, that were never pulled clown. The Turk Plere's to the moons of Turky, whose wings were never clipped. The Frenchman Here's to the cock of France, whose feathers were never picked. The American Here's to the stars and stripes of the United States of America, that never trail ed in defeat. The Englishman Here's to the rampant, roaring lion Britain, who tore down the stars way i. ' v. -iito a tvieiu port he suddenly ordered the heav iest tackle to be gotten out of the hokl without delay. After two hours ! hard work his orders were carried j out, and he then directed that a! ' large chew of tobacco which had j been thrown under one of the guns ! j be hoisted overboard. Never again ; ! in that cruise was such an mi par-; donable offense committed. Many, very many, self important ! people wonder why publishers of newspapers do not make it a point to give them occasional local nofice, whilst they never for a moment ston to consider il tne puunsner i under any special obligation to do so As is tne case in ;i gieiiL many i instances, these self important per sonages never condescend to show ptiblishpft' anv hub'ine.-s courtesie -v halt v cr nut evtn m'jh a.- t j.ni burs, n Kiwmn M nmn t.ho. i nmistitiitioHal disease, requires a CQU r-iv...t- - 1., ,1 Uf.iMitinnsd treatment. Hall's Ca wings 01 iurKy, picKctt tne leauiers - ; interniluv, acting di oft' the cock of France, and ran like K, urion blood ami mucous surfac P Royal makes the food pure, wholesome and delicious. i s j 3 Absolutely Purs L Aft, - i subscribe for his paper, or speak il word of praise for it to a friend. In such cases it is but natural for pub Ushers to resort to the principle of reciprocity and refrain irom any meniton of them, or their business except a$ a strictly legitimate iletii of news, as in accidents, deaths, etc; It is not, as some persons suppospj from a standpoint of prejudice or personal feeling that publishers pursue this policy, but is simply because thejT are driven to it by the treatment they are accorded, Show a leeling of liberality to the publisher and he will always evince a reciprd; cal appreciation of your respect. Show him a spirit of scorn and be will treat you with the contempt? you deserve. Ex. One of the methods of testing the1 question of the existence of a per ceptible atmosphere on the moon is the observation of a star at the instant when it disappears or emerges from behind the moon. If there were atmosphere it should show effect on the appearance of. the star. No such effect has ever ; -crtaiii! v been observed. "Recently this method has been rendered raore delicate, perhaps, by the aM i,l.iimi f rKrwtriorarhv . ! .. - . BietlwV Aria Jtolw. : The B3t Salve m Um vorKi r, 1. Bruises. Son-g, Ulcew, Kir,-; 1 Fc.or Sores .Tetter, Chopped Ila: '- Chi! bruins, Corns a fart all Skin Eriij, ti ins, and mi.-itivily r-.-c Pile or B pity required, iu isrgu.iraiitoet igwr.i perfect satisfaction", or rrib'iiey refund:? ed. Trice 25 cents per box. For Sale by W. T. Gohtler &, Co'. There is one; little iiiaxim that nc I will name which may bring what is better then. Holies or fame. Alt those who will heed it good appetite find, strong nerves, rosy cbeeks, and vigor of mind. It will banish dyspep sia; rheumatics and gout; that Tired Feeling conquer; drive scrofula out. And here is the maxim its wisdom is sure take Hood's Sarsaparilla and keep yolir blood pure. (Jovernor's Report. A limited number of copies of thfi governor's report has been received at this office. Parties can have sarrie on application. $100 Reward $100; The readers of this paper will bOi nleneed to learn tiiat science has been able to cure in all its stages, and tliat f ( 'rp'tf'18 eatarrn. rnui s at.imi vuic n t fi.o .inlv nnatlive cure known to the j imHp,Cai fraternity. Catarrh being' a larfH rectt pon ..! tin-system, t u reoy e.es-r ying in 'uuiuLithn of the disease, .m-i tiie patient strength l v building U the const itution and assisting naiwn ;.i -'oing it work. The proprielte o much faiU in its eurativ powers, that they offer One Huudm lioiiars tor any f'.;s- lhal U fail cure. Send for list of testimonials!! Address, F. J. CHENEY & GO Toledo, O. Sold bv Druggists, 75c. Hall's Family Pills are the best. RIVETED OVERALLS SPBISO BOTTOM PANTS 7 ( LEV1 STBA0S8 & GQ SAN FRANCISCO,, Every Garment Guaranteed. Frhey'W 1 r,rnr : 1 !