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life; 'if mWP I The Pioneer Journal I The Pioneer Jovimal I Locally nnd Editorially lha Loially end rdiiofudly ihcS Poper for tho People Pnic io: rite People Best Advertising Medium VOL. XXVIII. YUMA, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, MAY 6, 1899. bo. m A ,. ........ ;t i tjMi'i...ii.,j...iLtiiTMlllimrmjJJgluitjiiMiiitwm.'.'iliijii i-r-j-r-jtri mm.',,. .... ( if ... ...,; .i ' -. EVER Y SATURDAY AT Yuma, Arizona, BY W. IMmRIZSGTOJS, Prop. SUBSCRIPTION. Six months' 5ne Yoar $1 00 2 on i 3VERT1SING RATES made known on application AddrcM, ARIZONA SENTINEL. Yuma. Arizona. THE YUMA J. . IIOI!fi9, I'ROl'BiETOR. ALFALFA-FED BKEF, frebli from th" far-fam"' meadows of 'Me Halt Iliv.r Vallcj-. Trices the Lowest lu Town. Free delivery tu nil parts of the city, j MAIN STREET. YIJMA, AUIZONA j THI-b rArCa DAke's Advertising roPGV, 64 and 6" Merchants Exchange, .-ian Francisco, California, where contracts for adVcrtisiu- can ha made for it. CrFKSiL IHRUCTOBV. j T2.1R'.rJRiaL omcsES. ... .N.O. Ml HPH.V . C S. AKEilS j . .G. W. VI. KKRS C. F. AINSWOitTH I GEO. rHKIsT AV. T. PENBERTON A. P. SUEW.MAN . Govt nob Sechetarv Abuiior Attorney General SrKVKTOR Gexeiai- TixeAijiinr.R Pt'i-r. -k Public Isbtkcctiox S.rrr. TtnniroRiAi. Peisos....HERBELT uuu, rucsox LAXD OFFICK. j .MILTON R. MOOR I , Rmistkr.. KKCK1VK8.. JOHN a. uovii cocxtv orncKRB. nuttier 3 upot: WEBSTER STREET C..r.RS or niSTKtCTCoBRT B?i?'v ScrEEVieoM MEEDEN and T, W. L'NDERIIILL. Vista o?BoASDor SurEitTisous....W E MARV IN , Probate Jhdok and Son. Schools ...A. F UANk StiuRjrr.TAX Col'r akd Abiswor.JOH M. SI Ul. xnER-Snr.aiir V,s DiiT.:tcr iroR..t:T Tw.Asnacrv yuitKYOK OTSTV l UYKICUN i.-fixrr Rr-cor.itSR .C I.. R OWN ...U. Li. DcVaNK ! .W.H l.l.-.lO'lTi DIl.GREENLE-F : W. JS..JA..V1.N racc:KCT orncEiw. ( g. m. t:iuri.ow of there -( WEWVIXGK,. ronstaWw.Il. McPIIAUL and JAMES JONES. t V J NTGlUT Tiust'' ff Yuaia Sthool DiatJ J I. I'OIiHAMl'S.unl j ( CO. OVER j ciTTorncsas, ; . J- H- KIIANSSEY Mayor Oonncl'mea i O. II. U.Lilt) ROBERT TAPIA Ill RH Y P. NEAHR. ' ."...PEARCE EVANS j "."...".'."."..... -GEO. PUKE j Wh. E. vA!yiS j U-ir vm. ! Gt0 iLUfc1' i Br.. UlliWU . ir Attorney.. C y ttevordur. A-;or Tioasurcr MHlslinl .. s ; ! RULES OF POST OFFICE. ! . - I Tho othce is oppn trom t A. M. to v. m., 'lauy. ouuoays uom t-.w w and C:00 to 7:00 P. M. East-bound mail closes at . . . 5:20 r. m. West-bound mail closes at . .. 7:00 P. M. aloney Order ami Postal Note depart ment closes at G i M. daily, excepting Saturdays, when it closes at 8 P. M. No Money Order or Postal Notes issued Sun days. Mail for Parker, Ehrenberg and Silver District leaves uma SundayB and Wcd daysit" a. m., aud arrives here Tuesdays and Satnrdavs. Mail for Picaeho, leave" nailv at 7 a. m. R. H. CHANDLER. P. M. TUMI LODGE, 0. 7, A. 0. U. W. Meetb every Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock. Visting Brethren in ood star.cihigaie in vited to attend. Yours in C. H. and P. R G. Blaisdell. M. W. R. S. Hatch, R. RIGHT, JOHN B. ATTORNKY-AT-LAW. (Oillce -Molina Block.) AltlZONA. "TR. W. T. IIEFFE'.lNAN, PUvsi ia. L Suwn. QiEceinOonclersurujrsroi-r OLLER, L. N., M. D. Physician and Surgeon. First Street, Near Main, - ARIZONA- 1) ULLARD, PURDY GEO. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. practices in cell Courts. noame8 promptly attended to. Office in K00J1 i, TUIB0D0 BUILDING, PHOENIX, - " ARIZ. ,-LLLOTT, W. H. CIVSftoGItfEElt & SURVEYOR U. S. Deputy Mineral Surveyor. YCMA, A. T. NIGHT, GEO. M., AftlVltNET-AT LAW AND NOTARY rCBUC, (OiScc nest door to Post Otiice. ) Ynu. : : : Abizosa. OUU FOR A DOSE. Ttraovfl Pimplr., Pr'Tit J?;lio JfcOf i, Purify t li" Blood, I -a Hnadaclic an(lDsl',lim. : , A rfurvmrnt of thn bowels etch d&y 1b aerrgsar7 f .if hM.!t ii Tn-w j.oll bor rivt nor BioVfC. To oon " C r' U f will ufii n'.tr fi-5 or full bor lor xrhtMl'Tl?siis.". DR. BOSftKttO CC. rSiilw. IU. UBLISUBD MARKET ! tin vziimm $1 DAVID JiALZ. Ijkop Wholesale an J Ratal Dealer in" f dccc twiirrna onov 3! lii.U j tfi'J I I till, 1 Uiiil, I El AND SMISftGE. 5 AllUllit leu uiimu uwui uim n g i 2 River Valley received h by rail here. BQTFM Blackbiii;! h 1 1 and ' as:oii Shop on zam strest. OPPOSITE PUBLIC Si IIOOL. Horse Shoeing a Special .v. j Mr. Doten has in connectior with! his shop a line Feed Yard for stock. Phoenix restaurant s Chop House, JOE QU?L Prop, MAIN STREET. Connected with the Place Saloon, i iIeals 2oc , o5c. and 50c., servi-d at all hours of the day and night. Board per week, -i5. !SH CH3CKEN, Bread, cake and nies for sale. Lunches put up to order. Meals at all hours, the day and night Private moms for ladies. PUBLIC OPIWIOW! 2,tIOXTO- Stoiik to it we cling, for (JiiniK tlisit lirivp ihf PllllinC rill' nnr .l. -I f . I...,- .... iK BmuMis. n-n ..r., Mirnaspd ixith hiroml near.- Rn Caxnei- -nifs. tlie',"'s a 'plenf.id siiow.ol (irr-clas brands whene'er we of Suoks and H s a, all airrco, (lie cii uc-fst qualitv hore we ' The purest bread and Caki:s, 'twould i I .-eein. Jon." (latKTTo's are -uprMn K 'I'rue value iu Winks, bevmul cuinpan-, Jirst-cias Ci.ot.iini: at prii-e fai 'A On everv thing we ran relv. that John Ghhtto de snppl V 'I'lavee B3 fir Seciinxw of I'ai1 e(cl Ui5iisl, :. ilim :jebI tile sis IPio-iV ever mrsied. SSO ACRE. OERPETUA L WATER RIGHT iTNDUR i the cclebratod Moliuwk Canal in the Celebrated Mohawk Vallev. Each half sec tion ha- I'OilTV ACKES ALL LEVELED. FESCED AND READY FOR FARMING. Inquire of UUiUKljil. W. JN MilU.X, -uouavK. ira i n., Aiuz. THE- GEM, C, V, MEEDEN, PROh. Main street. WIHE, LIQUORS ami CIGARS BVEKYTIJJNG in fvorx rosvc and rorrLAU i-.trcEs. We keej) in stork mining location in-riees according to t lie latest Ari.(n:i law on the subject. SCIENTIFIC 24 Pages : Weekly : Illustrated. I INDISPENSABLE TO MINING MEN. $3 PER YEAR, POSTPAID. SEND SOU EAJIPLB COPY. MUSING - Scientific P1ESS 33U KAKEET ST , SAH PRAHCISCO, CALr . j TSIRTT-iaijTH YTAR. J. , 3 TRTANnA ! AgriCEiStanral The Celebrated Oain Wagons, Buckeye Tvlowers, Tiger Hay Rakes. Ete., Eic. Sole agent "for Yuma County fori Baker & Hamilton, Los Angeles, j HAY AMD GRAIN Bought and Sold. SOUTH MAIN ST., YUMA, A. T. y ii ifaawrmf '4J 8a BS 3 a I E J? i E V; DEALER IN General Merchandise 53 y JSjoclc of groceries ai'd Al. vas i'rciSi anil srtlie SSesS. Sy Pry fi44ils EJepniMisteii i- S j? i ol wit ?i i isc ZjH t es I si GIVE ME A GALL A.'O GOT 3EY SK!.'ES Before pun'hnsing elsewhere. Don't l... tsnr ?t vpir 1 rnrir a t c ..i-vjl . ' 'Y'4- who riaim to hcjIjU ijjijiiAI I Will Not Be Undersold, Cor. Main and Fourth Sts. jS, DUNNE, pr p. FINEST BRANDS OF LIQUORS CK'.ARS KEPT IN STOCK. PRIVATE CARD RGOIViS. The only saloon in town where you can sit beneath the branches of the orange and lemon tree and drink a refreshing glass of ice cold lemonade, beer, wine of any kind or smoke a fraizrant cigar. MAIN STRKET, YUMA. ARIZ. "How to Cure all Slan Diseases." Simplv apply "Swat.vk's Oi.nt.ml.st." No internal modicne rejuired. Curcj tetter, eczema, itch, all eruption's on (lie face, hand, nose, &c, leaving the skill cL-.ir, white and lioalt'iy. Its groat healinj: and cur.ufve powers are possessed by no other remedy. Ask .our drusibtfor SWAYXK'sOixi.MKsr. MOHAWKS Norton's Hots!, Staqe mi Teleiipone Lines FROF1 MOHAWK TO TEXAS HILL ON 3. P. ItAILItOAD. The -tae leaves Mohawk for T.ixas Hill on Tuesdays, Thursdays . .nd Saturdays ut 0 o'clock a. m. . ud 'connects with the westbound passenger train". Stage . loaves Texas Hill for Mohawk at 9:30 a m. same days, on arrival of west bound passenger train. Turtles wanting teams to meet them on arrival of any train cm tele plionc for them. Their orders will be promptly attended to. Rigs fitted out to take parties to tho different mining camps on th.' north side of the Gila River, King of Arizona Wines, lhe Oregonian Mines, Rtiena Yuta and Lu V'cxicnna, Minos, Mohawk Copper iV.ues, Ete-, Etc. Good Hotel M'coinmodatjnns at Mo hawk. Ferry across the Uila river WJ30. W. OIKTOW, Tlse California TOM 0'JONG,Propnetor. The l-est 25c meal in town. All the delicacies the market affords. Board by the veek, i'5.00. Private rooms for Ladies. j p0l! try rOy.sters.Fish in and Game Season. HER 3F0NDEST WISE. a They were walking dovn Main Street, talking of old school days. The elder of the two women was entertaining the " fond, familiar frisr.d" of her girlhood, who had just arrived cu a brief visit. The visitor had been t -'o 3-ears married, and her whilom schc il fnend had marveled at the change mar'ige had wrought. The old, impulsive la. ?h had given place to a sigh, the quick bit .changed to a dragging pace. The face was lallow. the eyes were dull. Just then there passed them a comely woman with bright, healthy complexion, ' beaming oyer., erect figure and elastic step. ! Health seemed to radiate from her with every movement. For the first time since j her visit the interest of her guest seemed j watch the retrfatiug, figure, she cried in i tones that came from the heart " Oh! What would I not give to be like that woman. To have such a complexion, such brightness, such energy. '' Well," said her companion, "Yon can have all that if you waik it? " " If I want it! Why, health is the fondest wish of my life. I don't live now. I only exist. But I what do you mean by saying I can be like j that hcart3", healthy, vigorous woman? Itis imnnssihlo. She has something to draw on: impossible. She has something to draw on: Btamina, constitution, something that I am titterlj' deficient in. Ilow I wish I were as she is." "My dear," said her friend, -if ' But to wish more virtue is to gain," your wish has can ied you one -step toward the goal cf health. But wishing must give place to will'ng before you can move far ther. My father had a cletk who was a poor penm ui. One morning the mail i brought a letter, written in the most pet I feet commercial hand. The clerk said to niy father, "How I wi-:h I could write like I that. I'd give a hundred dollars to be abl answer, "but not by wishing. You must will tn dn it mil rnrlr In fin it, Tnl;p rhir. letter, ciy il as fairly as yu can onc everj aay tor tiirec montiis. At tne eint of that time you will be as perfect a pen man as the "man who wrote this letter." Aud he was. Now let me tell you THAT WOMAN'S STORY. She had th'ec children in the first three years of her married life, and at the end of that time she was nothing but a wreck. which caused her agony, her nerves were shattered, she lost flesh, her rounded cheeks fell in, her eye grew dull, she could barely drag herself about. "And how did she recover?" the guest broke iu eagerly. " Did you ever hear of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription and ' Golden Medical Discov ery? ' " " Why, they are patent medicines, aren't they? " was the reply of the visitor. "Of course they are," was the response. Do vou know of anvthiug ot great "You came here in a patented Pullman Car. You sit in a patent rocker. You wear a patent safety hook, I see, to hold up your dress, aud yet object to patent medicine. In everything else a patent is an honor. It puts the government hack of the thing patented. It guarantees the public protection irom fraudulent imitation ernment patent be a veritable badge of honor to a medicine? It really is. A patent ! really a crown of merit which the gov- idtcSctth'J'wo iteindSims aud new patent medic. ne begi is counuou propel ty. It is the skill to com bine, the discovery of one more needed ingredient, the exact relation of the remedy to the needs of the body that lifts it out of the common formula and gives it a claim to be honored b- a patent.'' " But do you really mean to say that Dr. Pierce's mediciues made her A PERFECTLY WELL WOMAN?" "I mean to pay just that," was the answer. "She had tried everything-. Her local doctors had experimented with her. She wan broken in health and bankrupt in I1?? T,h?a'en calling on a friend, she I Treat medical book, the " Common Sense Medical Adviser." Turninir over the nacres idly ohe read passages that impressed her with the pra.tieal common sense of the views advanced. She discovered that she had been at ,var with nature and must be reconciled. . . . But not to prolong the story, it led to her taking Dr. Pierce's Fa vorite Prescription aud 'Golden Medical Discovery,' .and the result is what you sec." Contest Notice. United State? Land Office. Tucson. Arizona, Feb. 20, IbOO.) A sufficient affidavit having been filed in tbisofliee, by Koberll. Hutchinson, against ir. E. No. 2103, made by Charles Nolan, at the Tucson, Arizona, Land Office on Jan. 14, 1S94, for the N. W. U of Section 21, of Twp. 10 South, Range 24 West, G. S. It. M., allegnj-r that the said Charles Nohm has wholly abandonea ... said.lioniestcad, and c bangen his residence tneretronr, ,or Jjjore .i i.: :.i man ma. iiiuiiui's mi ict: iiiuuiii sum eiuryi and next prior to the date of his said af fidavit; that said tract is not settled upon and cultivated bv saii partv as the law re- s quire?, and that he has removed therefrom t and cultivated by said party as the law re whatever improvements he had heretofore I placed thereon, and this (be paid contest-i ant is ready tc prove, at such time and place as the Register and Receiver may direct, he paying the costs ttiereof; and it Reins: further bhown by affidavit that personal .erviec of notice upon the said defendant can not be made, it is therefore , ordered that such notice be given by pub- ..nnor nnhiishod wi.i.in i..e eom.tv whom ! 4S mw Will the land in eontiovc.-py is situated ment effective so far as the poison j said to be seriously affecting British ! fThcyWear Lik iron Said parties arc hereby summoned to ap- went bnl gftjci ne ouc have tr. cut 'industries, particularly the elec- i I pear nt.tl.eofuee of 'the Clerk of 'the IMstrict! . ; . , , . , , . I S uourr, in 1 tie town Yuma, county 01 iiinin. i on the 31t day ot March. 199. at 11 o'clock a. m . when evidence will be taken before said Clerk, and bearinc in the case will be bad at the U. S. Land OHicc in Tucson, Ariz, at 2 o'clock, p. m., of April 7, 1890. Miltn R Muoau, Register. o Tiles! Piles! itching: files. Sy.mi'tomk .Moistute; intense itcliinj and stininf: most ut night; vroifrc Iv vcratchinp. If allowed to continue tumors form, which often bleed and ul cerate, liccouiin' very sore. Swayxe's Ointment tons the itchinz and hicediiiir, lieclJ ulceration 1 and in most cases removes tho tumors. At drug-i i!i ts. or bv mail, for aO cents, ir. bwa.vnc Son. era ! He?t t:ouli eijrup. Titsics Gc-jd. Use . WKHIt- All f SS MS. ITi" m time. S'n hy firuirr'i-t ! 'kky iood Will Tel! -wq It is an old saying that blood will tell, and the following rtCCOUlit of li , . . . little incident Which Came under i ,;nn tftnJa tn ,..ifv tu ' truth of the adage. I was down at Joe Carter's cattle i camp on the Colorado River, spend j ing a, lew dayv one spring not many ' years ago. Toe had a cowboy called . .Jeff Wilson, a long, lanky beef steer ! of a boy about nineteen years of age. ,IelT tried to ape the typical : cattleman and was the toughest and rouhest young fellow both in ap pearance and language that I evci met up with. His hair wa"? about 'ifteen inches long a-ul he never touched it with comb or brush. He wore the regulation chapparajos, or eather breeches, and a pair of th 'nnjrpot and noisiest ppurs in tlT country. There was nothing about his bridle or saddle that did not ; jangle and his chief amusement was' I ; p . , m in throw hi? h:iir nvpr him fuce. ! over his face,! draw a six-shooter, put spurs to hi ; vicious horse and chase the Indian J qttaws all over the reservation . iiis vocabulary of oaths wau mos : uridand varied for even the Colo : ado River. He swore in English Spanish and Indian with equal . . .. 1T ., . , I'acihty, and I venly believe h. iseu to lay awaite nignis invenunt "new and strange oaths, vhich 1k ! -ed to lavish with groatimpartia1 jityupon his horse aud dog and saddle and pistol and all animate land inaninjatt; objects with whiel ' l'o eame in contact. Occasionally j Jefl" would express himself in a few sentences of the choicest English ! loan led me to beiieve that In i I tv.d had an early training and as : i l. ..... . 1 . oumut.u which was, not ipuiibiu.f r the grotesque idiom he usually ' ofr.ffrrl One morning Joe and 1 had been n in i.ne nattom looKing lor a cow . u,l Ut .l.ff .,t n,t,n ln b , uun u.i.v lom v v-ii u.u bttmi ""u" the dishes, a task he heartilly de-spi.-ed. On our way back we passed ! an Indian jacal about a mile from! camp on the way to 5 uma. i h, usth:lt Juffhad foreour arrival, bound for Yuma. A few questions elicited the itirthcr fact 'hat Jeff had been bitten on the forefinger of his right hand by a rattlesnake, and had gone to see a helped him to burn a few cords of po,lt,Cfll effisct 11 cult to iitf Wo were horrified, for we knew j jt for the ncxj. three dflyp . durinjj , agme. 1 he next regu.ar session of the poison of the enake would reach thft ftnllrM nf wh;Ml ,1P hnntrIlt. fll, lllt the Pennsylvania Legislature will his heart and he wouid fail from his horse dead, long netore he COUid reach Yuma . We put spurs to our horses and started after him, ex pecting at any moment to find his lifeless body by the roadside. Hut we did not find it. On the contrary, as we rde in'o the river at the ford, onnosite Yuma, we saw Jeff on his buckskin horse, Valicnte, emeree driuninir from the stream j on the other side and gallup up the hill. We hurried across and caught Jeff just as he went into Dr. Cotter's office, Joe rushed np to him with breathless questioning, but Jeff cut j , . u , k 1 i i I'm nil Mfrnr- 1151, I'.nmn vi, a...... jw- in to let this doctor-trim ; me up a little." 1 He held OUt his right hand and tierG W(ls 01,y a raw and bloody Htump where the right forefinger had been. There was also a buck-! skin thong tied so tightly around tne wrist that it bit into the flesh until it was almost hidden The doctor examined the finger pronounced the heroic treat- Uli jih-ivj uiu.tui omui iu j order to bring the skin over it and make it heal properly. j While the doctor was preparing; his instruments Jeff told us how it all happened. He had gone to get a few sticks of wood and as he reached over a log to pick op a i piece a rattler lying there had sunk j ',11 .- 1 1 T 1 K its failgS into hlS linger , .,, , .', i. . l ii.... i ''.Ki etltne snaae aim un--n ujukhil inp the axe tie my ms nngei on a block and cut it otr. in!" mwl I'Hf 1 II T ,on vul Owing to the fact that lie had to . -.IT- I . IV I 1 I- -1.1 Strike with his loir hand lie irnyt-v. a bad liolvthe first time and cut ; ' onlV the tip of his fin ser off. The ; next siroice cut ngnt inrough thei j wound. This did not satisfy him, V'so he made a third stroke and cut on another niece. He then tied thei I thong around his wrist and struc!; ; out fr Yuma, leaving woid for us i with the Indian. i The doctor, being roady, startf-d to administer ether to Jeff, but the I latter indigjiaut'y repudiated the j idea that lie needed any extra-! neous aids? to enable him to bear! pain, and holding out Lis hand, told him to "go ahead with bis rat killing." ! The finger was very sore and the! operation must have been exert:-: ! oiatingly painful. Jeff bore it like a hero for a few moments, and then urst out with. ''Sin?, Joe, j , sing!" ,'Joe struck up a ; The appointment of ox-Senator cowboy ditty about "We gambled ! QuaV "3 Governor Stone of Penn--till the dealer called us down." and : sylvnnia to serve as United Stdte Jeff stood the rest of the operation ; Senator until the next session 6fv without a murmur. ! lne State Legislature shall have' , I came home soon after that and heard no more of Jeff, excepting that he sn fibred no inconvenience! . ura his finger, and had left Carter' - Mfl mnfi vn.t. In r w.iq ; .lunfiing at tie bar of tjle paiace in ! il" ffn" making the appoin'tnlsut ;an prancisco wien a Uxm fashion-; "P Clause 2 of Section Sof Article : j,ly dressed young man came in . j 1 oMhe Constitution, -which roadsr j rhere was something about his walkf and if vacancies happen jtnat seamed very familiar and his I by resifiation or otherwise, dnrincf Loice a6 h, aa-di ..A Manhattan j. , - Lrf n it,iinn ! l ' ecil. thereof may v ei. tin , p. ease, had an intonation ; make temnorary anpomtments nn- j which had heard befo but when : til the next meeting of the Lota- ; he tnf).- his :n unnfl iudl noticed the absence of his : vacancros- .refinger, doubt changed tocer-!. Th,? has aImosl rmly beenf tainty. interpreted by the Senate, not Once 1 handed him my card, was mctjbnt nlany times' to mea tilae ith the most cordial greeting, and ! where lhe LBgisIu- had an op soon wc were breakfasting together ;portnn!t-v 10 olect bufr failed to do' in the grill room. 50 the rnor has not the power 1 called him "Jeff" OHce or twice; aid he finally said, "Drop that Pennsylvania met and had an 6p !d man. mv name is no moro .leflri portunit to clecl a Senator, but 111, IC ll( IliVJI u ,1 Cll i f han it is Wilson." and he handed 1 rd bearing. vi.pinm .,.. hnt. h.aa hnon illn.f,Mnn0 siw j nnint j.;,., Tt ,i im1,i .. . .... .. s " ohnn. Afifinrr hnmn 1.1 o C(f,.iia about leavinp- hnm in n fit. nf iiin because his father would not allow him to marry a luscious milkmaid; now ho had wandered Vi oh.arm - ' J( nam8 aild dress and becanye a cowboy; how the rattlesnake had brought him to his d , , , retui.,iftf, homft ; lQ partnke ()f the fatted calf just returned from a Uip.medi?le.1a"0r ths verdfct' of thtf he world, . had monev to!-1"?.111 elphia became knowrr He had Lrminii fip K.,,. j . nn , . , " j , . pslp fll nf n.nM , . I ,uB,.. (n ino n.,rt,. -rx W Patton, in the Capital. TnE new Coreau minister who has been appointed to succeed Mr. j States sitting as a court and judg Chrn Pom Ye as minister to Wash- I iUg the qualifications of a man who' j mgton, who has been transferred to Russia France and Austria, is 1 1 rince im 1G,1S unnn- e is first cousin to his majesty, secot.d cousin to tho late queen and uncle to the crown princess. Ho speaks English. He stands very high in the. estimation of foreigners as well as Coreans. He was special pmbas- i , , , ,. r .. "k i" d acted in a similar capacity at "--rtjeeeiibTTeouixLondon. On ,. , , - h,s return home from tr..?-ijeen j luhl,ee "e s!,f;nt a 30ftri" ashtngs - ! ,on- biother, Ann long Cban, serve as first secretary under! !him. Thi brother also sneak: i Englieh .quite well. He loft Corea April 21. Tiih rise m the price of copper i? , ; " Sc miu m ; ; of copper ure required. . The Gov- j ! eminent has suspended orders for i t metallic cartridge shells and vnri- j j ous industrial concerns are reduc- jiog their force. if. dt S. FvesB, AfF.sa.75. Hopkins of Illinois, ;; ; tiepourn ot towa una aiierman of! ?& P4L. t Hehrn;New Yorl. vylU prohRblj JjSsl I i r , t v s i.,,i:,i (l iv,. c? i ,ship (,f lhc npsl iInB!Sp. ? ilft latter , . . , prolan", v has tiVe niust xtrontii ' ) fn ch wsUlr.ru ! i . ' 11 nrOJ.p (1,..vf V.i?Wr A pone cras cream 6? yarta ?cwr5sa y v ts Highest Honors, World's Fair Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair Avoid Baking Powders containing? alum. OThey ore Jajnrlou? to health1 I - "ot Likely to be Sested; i convened and chosen his successor j cannot be recognized by the Senate' f tue United States unless it re 1 vers former decisions. C-fover- ! uor Stone is said to' base his attt.hor. lure, wliicn Shall then' frlJ snelf " "fi,u""" iHU legislature or did not do so; Irenes a vacancy !exist toaa" ofUs o;vn ming, one ! lhat 000,1 "ed while it WtfS ill" SffS- jsion, and not, as the Constitution" of tilc United States says, ''during i thB n-nnssftf fftn TWni,,,."" TKa . v .. M t i.i i . j. uv 1 Seimteha nevep in its ntirG his-" i 101 y ttn"ea mo ngut ot the Uor- ! u' a l,lkU l" "P""" esceps ' ! where a vacancy occurred while the wnere a vacancy oc L!atre was" no y Governor S not in iesaion, ano? Stouo should fitf ostentatiouslv announce hia" arr- pomtment ot ex-henator Qaay urf- 'to hint, execjit it be for a certain! j convene on Jannary 1, 1901. k review of the vote' of the Sountff in the celebrated Mantle case is at this time of particular iut6rest. This is one of tho most recent ex-" ; nressinns of tho Senate ot thp Hnirp,? had been appointed bv a Governor j presumably to fill a'n existing t vacancy. j TirE practice among prospector? nf naminn naw InnnrtiniiR fitinr trull - known mines is a bad one anc? j should ceas.-as it laadi to mncfcLs!-'" confusion in ths identificaCfonV property and retrlL- siibservesv ntf j useful purpr-'hc idea probably j is to' borrow a little of the glorV si,. - to ' S jjrjjh attaches toa Successful mine- r but an original name would be far ni0re appropriate. Jf. & S. Frae, If the vclvA do3.s not" pift rn a bm for ;may bs considered luck'. -Er. mm j . . VfcaiTSwBsas j ? SFBsS BOTTOM PAJ r : t 1 3 ? 5 tx e sir "sCsis! 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