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ft - - - - jj The Pioneer -gour&al it . . , Locally EtiiioriHllj' iv.a 'Jh p Papci Sor ths Pecpls j Best Advertising Mad'turn 'U R The Pioneer Journal Locally riusl Editorially the Paper" ilia Pcdpla Best Advertising Medium i ui..i'iw.m..i I am H M I. J I II I I H lili II I II 1 1 II I I I I I II I'llTI'lITT W fl' 31311 f ll'I'l HI ll'lMl Independent in All Tilings, 33 VOL. XXV HI. lfl OHLJPTlNEt, ETRLISflSiD 1SVEU TMsLwTU RD A Y "Yd ma. Arizona, --BV- SUBSCK1PTI0M. Six tMHstbt Ot Tar $1 50 s no 0VE3T1SIN6 3ATE3 made Viiown on applietMon Addrow, ARIZONA SENTINEh, Yuma, Arizona. THIS rHrCtt Dake' Advertisinc U'ency, 6 and 65 Merchants Exchange, 5m Franohoo, California, where contracta for i lvertiain? can be made for it. Tir.&lTORIAL omcBKS. g c V-sTSrS mtaw vricrhs Smomau v:.::"Vaw:JonNSSsB Mwrr. or Poetic Ixsteitctios A. SEW DBtMATS TO CONGRESS V " nnttMVOTOV TCCSOS OFFICE. 'EUGENE J.TIIIPPBL. asmm oomcTT'orncKss. 9W,erJi WBDBTERSTMBT 0mm or Dwtmct Court ..C H BtlINLE A. MODES ri. U.wnnan; , .T. X StrtXTlgoaa ,SPEESK and T. A. J0RDJ ClEEK Or B0AH0 Or SorERTJSORS ....C P. CROSIS tfWTOIFr, u-r. WII.DE 1 UxbEa-SHEEirr ... ".J. B. WKIGHT H. ausE .W.H ELLIOTT ...P. O. COTTER DlSTEICr ATTOBKET... T8A3URB1 BRTKTOS OOCSXT PHTS!CIA. PE.rc.vcT otneuus. ! U. M. TiiULUV E. vfc.ssKS. 6otaW. TJ. 0. WILDER and JA'l. fiWI.VG, ( .. POLIIAMUS and TTMteet of Yutna SoliooJ Die I C. C. OYER Jrncaas, J K.J. DUNCAN JACk DUN'NE GE(- H. MILES - aemcB CHy craey City Recorder Alienor Treasurer Harth&l W. HEKFERNAN HA RY1 NEAHR. J. B WRIGHT . '. GEO. DUKE . ... Wm. K. "AJtVIN I.LEVY AVRAN MOLINA RULES OF 0ST OFFICE. Thi office ia opeairom 7 a. m. to 7 p. m., &ily. Snudays from 7:00 to 8:00 A. m. tad g.00 to 7:00 P. U. EMt-boHttrrTnai5 crj a at . . . 5:20 p. m. Wost-bouad mail ci,os at . . . 7:00 P. M. rfoney Order a!h TootaJ Moie depart mtBt closes at Cf. M. daily, exceptinc: 3tordavs. when it closes at S P. M. NTo - V., t-n ?oa.io1 Sim. day i. Mail for Parkor, Ehronberg and Silver District loaves "Yuma Sundays and Wed dys at 7 A. M., and arrives here Tuesdays Ksd Stnrdars. Mail for Picacho. leivas daily at 7 a. ra. F. B. LOGANT, P. M. COURT YUMA, XO. 3, F. of A. Meets ou the first and third Monday even ncs of caeh month, at S o'clock. Visitinir Foresters of America in gO'id standing r invited to attend the meetings. Yours in L. ifc. B. and U. C P. Ouon'in. Chief Ranirer. KvLfOBD Wiksoe, Financial .Secretary. TUMA LODGE, 0. 7, A. 0. U. W. Meets every Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock. Vijting Brethren in Rood standing are in ritd to attend. Yours in G II. and P. F. G. Blaisdell. M. V. X. S. Hatch, H. "T-RIQHT, JOHN B. ATTO IIXEY-AT-LAW. (Office Molina Block.) Yrjci, - Arizona. Surjceon. OflJce in jond r urns fir". OLLER, L. N.. M. P. jphyxician and Surgeon. First Street, Sear Main, fUMA ARIZONA- gULLARD, PURDY GEO. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Ir notices in all Courts. fraala&as proaaptly attended to. Ofnce in IIOOW 4.THIBODO BUILDING, PHOENIX, - - ARIZ. JLL10TT,jw. H. CIVIL BNGEER &, SURVEYOR. . S. Dedity Mineral Surveyor. Yuma, A. T. jL JjXIGHT, GEO. 5J. ATTORKET-iT-LAW AND NOTARY PUBLIC, OSoe aest door to Post Office. ) YOTiA. : : : Aiizosa. THUtTY-inah YEAR. A jAiL, 24 Pages : Weekly : Illustrated. INDISPENSABLE tq Mama men. 53 PER' YEAR. POSTPAID. V EnffD ME COPT. MINIM Scientific PRESS 730Mi.ff2g!TSl'.,SAIfrRAI7CISCO.CAX. . ,, ,-Jni in i iihiiiiiii i inn i i in, imtn ' ' nmi m trwmatcst .1 lk i i TTn nm. .uj-m-. uLinnmnn- 1 jflTEN, ml JJlaeLbiftith and asron Maker. Shun on Sflain streets " OITOSITH PUBLIC SCHOOL. Horss Shoeing a Specialty. Mr. Doten has in connection with his shop a fine Feed Yard ;t for stock. Gilv iea! f8! DAVID BALZ, Pitop. Wholesale and Rata! Dealer in BEEF.POUK. MUTTON VEAL AND SAUSAGES Alfalfa fed cattle from Salt River Valley received by rail here. TSLXX3l StX'OOt. aTl2.X22JJ.. PALAGE SALOON, A. TYNER, PROP., STREET, Kear First. THE FINEST WINES AND IMPORTED OIGAttS KEPT IN STOCK. Restaurant Attached, Phoenix Restaurant & Chop House, JOS CU&iProp. MAIN STREET. In connectjr with the Place oaloon. " -tprgTrtiT'lbc , 35c. and 50c, served at all hours of the day and night. Board per week, $5. OYSTERS, FISH 3 QHiQ&ESSS, Bread, cake and pies for sale. Lunches pnt up to order. Meals at all hours, the day and night. Private rmnns for ladies. PPBLSC OPiailOj!! Siiiotto's Stokk lo it we cling, for Goods that have the genuine ringW 3Sigh clas Groi:k.:ie we cet here, un- suri.-a'ied hoih far and near 5 n Caxkep ?oon?, they're a plenr.ld show, tf firxt-chis-s branils whene'er we gO Of Shoes and Ha s a. all aisree, the ch-icet quality here we The purest bread and Cakes! 'twould seem, .John CJuiotto's are supreniK True value in Wia'es, beyond compare, tirst-cla-is Clot iixu at prices faiSt n every thing we can rely, that John Ghiotto loes supply Caveats, and Trade-Maria obtained and all Bat-f fent business conducted lor Modcratc Fees. )and wo canseccrc patent ia less time tban those s I remote from Washington. 1 ion. "We advise, if patenuble cr not. free ofS Jcnarge. our tee not due till natenfrs secnrcrtt ; f A PAMPHLET, "H"W to Obtain Patents," witht cost of same ra the J. S. and foreign countries' (sent tree. Accress, Opp. Patent Office, Washington, d. C. Hi 53? a2a3 Tlareo El.-ir Scctiittis of Ea Cisfe'cl sn :,s liiic .tud fir ti5e its S'ioiv t'ver tsai'ised. HfHJ-Al 9UU FEllPETi A L WATER RIGHT JNDER tlie celehrated .Mohawk Canal in the Celebrated Mohawk Valley. Each half sec tion ha- FORTY AC ICES ALL LEVELED, FENCED AND READY FOR FARMING. Inquire of "i'uni:. Arizona, Or GEORGE W. NORTON, Mohawk, Yusta Co., Ariz. S YOU TRAVEL Aro you p;nlng to take a trip! Do you suffer from Scvci-c ileadnphen, 5""rT'jiinc3k, Kfj,ic-li-B'.'M cr Kx!ian.!or.!f Vhy nt jiivvent it all by i5intf US!L1!AX'S MENTHOL 1NJEAL EF.!. Help that lieadache. euro thr.t aervouhucts and enhlel&ers by the um' or this Irhaler. the grcntc-st timnlant and preventative Ur.cvm. Wonrie, fill rt lit'Cin Hav Fever onit Asthma. S2T53UT CJJSII JHAX'3 tSHALIJK ard you will always ute It I! jua cna't S't It at i!ru;gj:s Ktti (cr it. Vj ranll. SO ccnlf. finc! Tor Itmik ru Hrnlhcl, litf. cI'Siuias jjucaeo., visaai.M;s, hu., v. e. a j Mm PLEASE . f .CANDY CATHARTIC J rUMA; ARIZONA, Is your bualth. Yourliappiness 13 your 8iikin. Keep the Head and Throat clear and healthy and vour mind and brain ialwn vs at rest and oase. Rrnato-st relief to mankind In all head ?ubles. CUIIES GOLDS, SOKE TMKOAT. CA TAItltS. That anful odcr ofCatnrrh d,s apnonrs br its use. Wonderful In Hav I ever and K Ton en't get It at Driest send for II. By mMir 50 rfnti. Srai for P.o-k en Menthol, free. CDEiUUS rDRUfl CO.. TIKCKSSE8. 15H.. 0. 3. A. RUBY SALOON FINEST BRANDS OF LIQUORS ANI CI6iAR3 KEPT IN STOCK. PRIVAT& CARS ROOMS. The only saloon in town where yon can sit bmeaththe branches of the orange and lemon tree and drink a refreshing glaes of ice cold lemonade, beer, wine of any kind or smoke a fragrant cigar. MAIN STREET, YUMA. ARIZ. C, V. MEEDEN, PROP,, Wlaln street. WiNE. LIQUORS and GiGARS EVERYTHING In every respe' and POPULAR PMC US. "How to Curo all Skin Diseases." Simplv appb "Swatsb's Ointment." No Internal tncdicino required. Cares tetter, flczomn, itch, all eruptions on the laca, hand, no3e, lie, lcsvinythe svjx1; "'tv hcUhy. It-3 great healing aim curative po.vcrs arc pocu-g-- v, 0ijier retaody. Ask your drorcht for Swatw's OitjiS" 4 'JQHH GHIOTTO, DEALER IN General Merchandise lILy SJoc'r of 5icesaef arc AI ways iFrcsLi is. ml oflhc BEcwi.. Sy Bry otrtls Sep:irf uent I Must iicaii5il S'it. sterns. GIVE ME A CALL Before pwchsising elptv!ure. Don'i he FOOLED B YXE V A lilt IV A wholaim to SELL CHEAPER. I Will Not Be Undersold Cor. Main and Fourth St?. 17TAHTA Dealer h '5 f;i8 Celebrated Bain Wagons. Bucksye Mowers, Tiger Hay Bakes. Eie., ELc. Sole nrnt for Yumsi County fn Uaker & Hamillon, Los Angeles. iifii mi) mkin OUTH MAIN ST.. YUMA, A. T OWE FOR A DOSE. Remove Pimples, Prevent Biliiinsness, Pcrify the Blood, Cure Ucnd&che and Drapepsia. A movement of tho bovrels each day ia noRsscar? fer health. Thov neither sripe nor sicken. To con vince yon, we will mail" rumpko free, or fall boi for 83c Sold by drneeista. DR. S0SANK0 CO. Fhila. Pa. j THIRTY-SEVENTH YEAS. 4- 4 4. WORLD-VvlDS CtROULATiON. Twenty Pages; Yeeklyj Hiusirated, lND'SPEfiSA3LE TO MiHiNG MEN TSRES D0I1AES PER YEAR, POSTPAID. SAMPLE COPIES H!6. 5 EffRISG AND' SGIENTffK PRESS, 220 Market St., San Francisco, Cai f im i ll . SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1808. TOTS AND DOTS! The well known publishing houos of fiarper and Brothers, has just put out a little volume that will be a revelation to millions of people and perhaps cause a revolution in modern methods of in3truc tion. The title of this interesting work ia " Methods of Mind Training," and Jt ta chiefly devoted to the study of the concen tration of attention and memory. The facts disclose that a little boy, following out this new method of teaching, could tell the number of dots from seven to twenty grouped irregularly on s black-lionrd, at a single glance, and without hesitation, and could remember and rep2at thirty lines of j prose alter neaiing tueni once reao. The children stand with their backs to the board while the dots are made. When the class is ready they turn round and one is asked to name, instantly, the number of dots, obseived in that moment. There is no time to count. The eye takes in the group as a whole, and recognizes it aa ten, fifteen, eighteen, or twenty, as the case maybe. And these children have grown so observant, have so acquired the power of concentrating their faculties on the object before them that they can name accurately agaiu and agaiu, the number of dots re vealed in that momentary glimpse of the board. You and I can't do this. Houdin, the great French Magician, could walk past a store window and enu merate thirty or forty articles, seen as he passed, with a turn of the head and a glance of the eye. What enormous possi bilities are in us of which we live in pro found unconsciousness ! We think that memory is in the mind alone. But the gfPi.1,siV0.a memory cr the pianist could Theveisatremcuaouc.ic.fj:f;.,f Development of deflcieiu --..i. j;tlst possible as development of uTfacient facet- ties. Now and again the progress of con- Bumptlen is arrested in someone. The doc- tors had ''sounded'' him, One lung was fntirniv irono " It was a IinnplpM rac But something arrested the disease, and tut uiiiu ncut uu nviuj; wiui uuc luii. rxis laugh was just ;vs hearty, his voice just as loud. And the poor man had only one Inug. How could he do it? Sasily enough. You can do the same. You have two lungs and you use about half their volume. If you lose one lung and use the entire volume of the one remaining, you have still as much lung power as ever. Doctors go on treating lung diseases as if there were no elasticity or recuperative power in nature herself. They decline to take ittlo a-tcount that reserve lung power. Nature f wl't do evervthintr Sho vrnr!r5 to her cb4s through natural means. She'll ' make blood but you must provide blood- making material. The sick man or woman, the consumptive, can't give Nature the means she is used to. What is needed is blood food, uerre food, brain food, life making material in a condensed and con centrated form easy for the sick to receive, ample for the operations of Nature. And this is just the essential provision of Dr; Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. It provides in a condensed form the neces sary aliment Nature needs for her body building, and with it she goes to work and repairs the ranta and tears in the worn out organism. f ' My wife a fewyears ago had hemorrhages of the lungs, and we summoned our home phy sician," writes Joseph D. V.'iles, Esq., of West PoinPStrect, Frederick, Md. " He checked the hemorrhage but failed to cure her. She had also a terrible couch and expectorated a great deal. She wanted to see another doctor so I called one. and he examined her. she asked him whether she had con.iumptiott, and his answer was, ' Madam, it ia very near consump tion ' He advised her to use cod-liver oil, but this gave but litUe relief. I procured a bottle of Dr. Pierce's Goldeu Medical Discovery and my wife commenced using it. She legnn to pet better right away and her cough left her. She used about ten bottles of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. She can walk teu or twelve miles without any trouble. We arc satisfied that her life and health have been saved bv the use of 'Golden Medical Discovery.' As "fooa as she talce3 anv cold she insists upon having a bottle of her medicine, as she crtf Is it. aud that Is the last ve hear of her cold." "I can truly say that your 'Golden Medical Discovery" and 'Pleasant Pellets have been the means of saving rav life." writes Mr. D. I,. Rowles. of Olanb. Clearfield Co., Pa. " When I began taking your medicines I thought my time was short. I have uot spit up blood now for about four mouths and am feeling much better. I feel that your medicine has done vocdcr3 usr me." E'or Over FlfJy Years Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has been used for over fifty years by mil lions of mothers for their children while teething, with perfect uccees. It sooths the child, softens the gums, allays all pain, cures wind colic, and is the best remedy for JMarrhaea. It will relieve tho poor little sufferer im mediately. Sold by Druggists in every part of the World. Twenty-five cents a bottle. Be sure and aelr for "Airs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup," and take no other kind. -o-t Piles! FilesI Ltclun; I'ilos. SYMnoys Moisture; iatonsc itching and stinging moet at night; worse hy tcratchinjr. If allowed to continue tumors form, which often bleed and ul cerate, becoming very sore. Swayxb's Oix?iigxi to3 the itching and bleeding-, heels ulceration and lu most cases removes the minors. At drug gists, or by mail, for 50 cents. Jr. Svrayne & Son, P.uia..ifc..niA mm Mm Removal of Usmaius. Mrs. O'Neill lias just received hotifition from the quartermaster general's office, Washington, D. C, that the government will pay only for the shipment of the late Capt, O'Neill's body from Cuban soil that the tamily must pay all other expenses. The government "will provide transportation from Now York City to Santiago, Cuba and return on a government transport, for a representative of the family of the deceased soldier and a casket; I and upon arrival of the remains at j New York to forward them at public I expenfce to Ifome of deceaEed, $75 I being allowed for funeral expenses. . Meals on transport must be paid j for. It will be necessary that the J family attend to disinterring and ; preparing the remains for shipment (and see tr.at all sanitary regulations j of the states tru versed by the re mains in this country, governing the shipment of dead, are complied with." By the above, it will be seen that all this bluster about the govern ment paying all expenses of the .emoval of the remains of officers from Cuban Soil to their homes in the Utiited States dees not mean very much. The government simply pays transportation charges and the family all other expenses, tbe quartermaster's departmt nt regula tions making those expenses very heavjT. In the case of families of IJmitfid mentis. 1,hp5f rpo-nlfltinns I" e . it '-"L-.tnu rse, prnmomve OI tne ( v,imrnlfTT"SVir,i;o ,.f a rein0al0t the bodies of the loved ihigs. The appropriation by con 1 1 c J ' iress for this pUrpOse V?as liberal but the action taken by the quarter master's department is in line with t he infamous conduct of that depart ment since the war with Spain com m enced . Co urier. A iliun Shaft Cased With Steel. At Cripple Creek, Colorado, the Portland M. Co. proposes to fit out its main shaft with steel, the sup ports and sots to be of that material, with timber for lagging. The three-compartment shaft of that company if timbered, and the Hxpense item is becoming burden some, not only on the gronnd of ' tfety, but on account of the heavy xpei.se of securing and transport inc tbe bpaw timbers necessary This big shaft has always been a problem with the company, aud as depth is gained hi' importance steadily increases. A few weeks a in, says the Denver Republican, it wis suggested to the manager thi.t a shaft composed practically of steel wis practicable at a cost only a triHe in excess of wood, while tl a durability would be much greater. The suggestion was immediately taken up by the management, which, upon :nvestigation, determined that a shaft construct -d of .steel would be stronger, more durable and rheaper than the ordinal y timber sh'tTt. with a saving in the time of construction. Th't- corner pas's are to be com posed of structural sU-ei 1 inch thick, ca?t at right ang'es, with the a-ghs inside, the several lengths olidly bolted together. Thetquaie sets are of the :-ame st3'Ie of iron, to e firmly bolted to the uprights at i '"ivul. of 6 fftet The lagging IB to be composed of 4inch plank, set m endwise," with broken' joints, so that the pressure will in no place come against more than 6 feet ot p . The cost of the steel siructuie with the heavey lagging is just the -ame a if ihe shaft timbering w:is composed entirely of wood, but the saving is in the rapidity of con 8truction, the gi eater durability o he ?u-el a,nd the saving in excava tion. A timber shaft rcquins i lube!-of from 10 to 12 ' inci es u';are, while the steel is Ip t 8 inches thick, aud, uiiacouij' fit Fhape, presenting a sharp eda- ton rock, 'an be rc.-.dily tii.-.d with t few blows of a pick. The savii.g ii vKCHvat'on in a threfi-compart-iient .!aft, such t?at in use at ihe Portland, an;onnts to nearly yard and a haifol'ioclc work lor every foot of depth gained an im portant matter in such a shaft 3? the Portland, with its !000 feet of ! depth. A Retrospect. UL was thinking," said the man who had just given a deep sigh, i:of. the departed days of youth." "Ah, yes," answered his eorn-j pardon. "I suppose that when a; man gets a little along in years,? say er like yourself, he'd give a a great deal if he could" only turn the! I clock back a decade or so." j "fie would. There's no use deny- J ing it; he would. lie can't help feeling gloomy over w.hat he ha3 lost; those days when he trough! j that he could give Bismark points on statesmanship, if he'd only take the trouble to study a little; when ; he was certain he'd he able to give Rubinstein music les-ons, if he decided to turn his attonlijn to the piano; when he didn't entertain the lightest doubt of his ability to show Booth where his reading of Shake speare might be improved if he would only take advi3, and saw a dky that teemed with undiscovered planets, waiting for him to turn astronomer. Ho may have moro sense when he gets older and not annoy the neihbors so much; but I d'no's it's worth what he has given up Eigh Hats nnd Deformed Heads. The discussion over big ha's in the theaters has gone far enough. The discriminating public long ago reached the conc.'uaion that the big theater hat is utili'od only for the purpose of concealing some deform ity of -the Load and those women who are compelled to wear them should have the sympathy rather than the abuse of those wao happen to have seats behind them. Wash ington Post. Two Aspects of Governor Tanner. Governor Tanner began as the lawlesp champion of unscrupulous wealth. Ho now poses as a lawless demagogue, offering to miners ad vantages which no man has the power or right to give. In other instances men havesailed into high offices by rendering to the ailments a d ignorauec of tha people and have given themselves over to cor porations and capitalists afterward. Tho difference in the use f means IB iot important. The "worst man" will do whatever he deerris neces sary to do in order to get th otiic. Dallas, Tex., JTews. Centralized GoTernmeut. Having crushed Spain by over whelming farce, having overridden the declaration of congress and ag gressively adopted a policy which that body has expressly disclaimed in advance, it will not be strange if. in the future, cur professions of humanity and disinterestedness xcite distrust and derision abroad, Vn have apparently reached the ioal toward which the country has been travol. n2 for manv year?, and at last have a strong, ceii'.r.tl gov- 'rnmentut Washington so strong, udeen. that tne executive cani scornfully and aggressively set aside the pledges of congress and by sheer w i-iit and brute strength bring a lecrepit European power to it.- cnee.- and exact the last pound "fjken, tongue coated, pain continual y le.n Baltimore. Sun. . . . - .J, Chrtstian science has fia&Ily :-'acl,t 1 the city f Mexico, where the fad has ,,.,ir- n following in the , , . , Angio American colony. The closing of the leaves of plants as the evening comes on was at fiit supposed by botanieta to be due to the difference in temperature, but on transplanting the plants intn a hothouse it was found that the same phenomenon nccured, the leaves closing at. sunset.. Thb newiv-uppoinieci Russian Mi nisi er of Police lias a large con rrtCt on his hands. He has issued tit -du't that ail school girls in the z.tr'i; dimmio: s mut take fi' their orsiity. 'lis fi iehd-4 are pointing ut to hini that it is one thing to ive an order, a::d quite anotiir to enforce it. A southern editor observes that just as we have taken Manila, yith .ii. r.. i ji ui us iui;j msuiutes, iuussai;uuseLt.5 i . .turns around abolishes, hanging;" it) which thc D'-slon' Tramcrtpi rf- 1. Povni mal:cs tho food oure. wholsssmc and dsiisteci. ROWl EKW3 TOVfKR CO.. NTYf VOSX. plied: "Massachusetts would stilt try to find rope enough for certain eminent Philippine annexationists to hang themselves with politically if they would onlv take the hint-' A verdict of 6' cents damages iri favor of a young woman who refused to wear tights on the Isew York stage and was discharged by the manager, saems to show thatj-nriea incline to the opinion that.wea'riiig tights is a part of the theatrical business, and that young women1 who object to that sartof a costume ' ought to find some other occupation.' That is tha remorseless logic of the fdtuation. . The latest ue of glass is instead, of gold as a material for stopping decaying toeth. It answers afjlen didly, and ia far less conspicuous1 than the yellow metal. Of course? it ia not ordinary glass, but is pre pared by some new patented process which renders it soft and malleable; Glass, too. is being Extensively used for church bells. It can be toughen ed so there is no risk of it cracking, and the tone is said to be beyond an -thing yet invented, perfect, soft and sonorous. Long experience has demonstrate el uttermilk to bean agent of t superior digestibility. It is, indeed a trus milk4 peptone; that is, milic already partly digested, the coagtir lation of tho coagulable portion be ing loose and flaky, and not of that firm indigestible nature which is the result of the action of tho gastric juice upon sxeot cow's milk. It is ii decided laxative, a fact which must' be borne in mind in the treatment cf typhoid fever, and which can bof turned ta advantage in the treaV ment of habitual constipation. Istf i a diuretic, and may be used to' advantage in some kedney troubles.' It resembles koum:s3 in its nature, which with the exception of that' article, it is the most grateful, re freshing and digestible of tho pro duct? of milk. It is invaluable in the treatment of diabetes, either ex clusively or alternating with skim1 milk In some cases of gastrin ul cer and cancer of the stomach, it is j thc Qnl fon( that can be.retained. -.- i West Virginia is without a State, l,lcbt ancT ha3 a cash surwlus of j ,000,000 ; iu banks, drawing 3 per j C5n interest. - , Kobbeti tac Grave. A. startling incident of h Mr,. John Oliver of Philadelphia, was t! e. subject, is narrated by him r. U llowf :" "I was i i a most dreadful conditio- ilv skin was almost yellow, eyes sir. - j in bark and eides, uo appetite grat u- : ally growing weaker day by day. Th ce ! physicians "bad given me up. . F r- j tnately, a friend advised trying. j 'Elect rjc Bitters,' aud to my great foy. i,nd surprise, tho first bottle made n, 'decided improvement I contintud their use for three weeks, and am nr-v a well man. 1 know they s ved myr life and robbed, the grave of anotbtr victim." No one should fail to tiy the.m. Only o0 cents per bottle : t Gonder fc Co's. Drug Store. tin im ii i hi hi I ii "' ' ml J ike iro'u f COPPER RIVETED OVERALLS SPR1NS SOTTOSa PANTS IEvoj- Garrtient. Giiaranleed. NO. 8 issj-ssS LEV! STBAUSS & GO, I SA FRANCISCO, ' A " r' crry g ST Z "