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THE DAILY SENTINEL
» r OL 6. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. | rule of no paper on national holi- L vill be observed in this office to \ In common with other patri \ «ene The Sentinel will cont«m --f nd celebrate the new glories ■ ave come to “Old Glory.” Very truly, I Lee & Bunting. ''M .umber of visitors yesterday. I /ell uses distilled water at the jntain. 1 / CCIDENTS \ / WILL HAPPEN insure against I them in the /ETNA LIFE... - The Best Accident , Comyany *in the World C. B. RICH ] Town Compay’s " Office. \ riMERON ass TICKET AGENT Oldest Agency in the City. Reliability Guaranteed. "KETS EVERYWHERE - ' •* • "•mum Member American Ticket Broker’s Association - - - lave on hand at all times tick ♦ver all eastern Lines. Selling nt Foreign Steamship Line. 9 Main St, Near sth. d Glory The Flag of the Free from the top of the staff, and tue world hats are off in honor ‘Star Spangled Banner,” What *lory is to the world at Urge, our r is to those who need money, annar means exbellence, reliabil iee to all, and protection to every , u . If you must borrow money onus. We have plenty to loan on I ■ terms. uAPLAIN & - - CROSBY | 'I ; For Sale by and Guaranteed UKANP JUNCTION, COLORADO. MONDAY, JULY 3 1899 From Our Neighbors Yes let us whoop her up for a smelter for Grand Junction.—Glenwood Aval auche. * * * State smelters Is ths solution of the smelter trust, but while this is being brought about we would suggest an an ti-trust smelter at Grand Junction. It would pay—Ridgway Populist. * * * Joe Swan’s Deßeque Bugle is not in tune, as Joe had his ambition to become a perpetual game and fish warden trod upon when the office went to the Silver Republicans, and he has not as yet for given fate for cruelty.—Durango Demo crat. * * * A smelter is talked of at Grand Junc tion aud it ought to materialize into a certainity. Grand Junction is just the place for a smelts**, and a big plant there wou'd do much to make mining men independent of the smelter trust which certainly canu it be depended on. Silverite Plaindealer. * * * The Sentinel complains that Grand Junction is over-run witu bums. Why don't you establish a stone pile and put them to breaking rock for paving or macadamizing the streets. There is nothing so effective for inducing /‘wan dering Willies” to walk around a town. While they may question that there are sermons in stone they do not want a practical demonstration of the 'fact Telluride Journal. * * * The Grand Junction smelter project is certainly being favorably commented up on and there is no denying the fact that it is excellently located for reduction of ores. A smelter at Grand Junction would effect a great saving to shippers in the Ouray-Aepen-Leadville and in tervening districts. Fuel, proximity to all grades of ore and tluxing, aud a down hill pull is an advantage worth consider* ing and one which the town in question enjoys.—Durango Democrat. * * * The Ouray Silverite Pluindealer has the following to say of Grand Master Mason DoLon. ’s speech recently made at Ouray: Horace T. DeLong of Grand Juuction, Grand Master of the state, re sponded vo ‘‘How rough should an Ash ler be or how smooth a Mason,” aud his el< quent flow of language and new ideas on the subject was listened to with c.ose attention by all assembled. His £dis cription of the rough stoue made smooth by the artisan und operative mason in comparison with the smoothing of tho rough traits of man by the speculative mason was very instructive and inter esting. The Grand Master is an orator of high standard and his remarks have an elevating influence upon man and womankind. SENIBLS ADVICE. Some of the Grand Junction papers are agitating ths question of a smelter for that place. That Is the correct thing to do. That city is right in the midst of the richest mining region in the west. It is a down-hill pull from every mining camp on this side of the range. A smelter there would find eoal in an enlese quantity aud plenty of lime and other fluxing material near at hand. The proper thing for Grand Junction editors to do is to leave off their petty personal quarreling and pull together like men should. What do their read ers cars about what brand of booze one aet uaee, or whether certain others had their billa paid by some one else. Very few people believe atatements that are made solely for the purpose of injuring another’s credit. Harmoniously work ing together, great things could be ac compliahed. Tearing down others and their work will never accomplish good. Get together, gentlemen of the press, and fulfill the great purpose for which all true journalism was intended: the building up of character and country.— Mesa County Mail. The Turners’ 4tb of July celebration at Wurtz’e grove. Parade starts from City park at 10 a. m. Admission free. Bead music and refreshments. Danc ing at 2:30 p. m, All members and members B. are invited to join the pa rade. 6 29 4 The News Condensed One dead and one injured fatally is the result of u quarrel between ne«ro workmen at the Black Diamond Steel works of the Park Steel company, Pitts burg, Pa. An unknown man dropped from the center span of the Brooklyn bridge early yesterday, about 130 feet from the water. Two men suw the suieide climb ing over th rail describe him aa about 54 years of age. At Sacramento Cal. yesterday, Judge J. W. Hughes sentenced Geoage Putt man to death for the murder of Johu Showere, a fellow convict at the state penitentiary. Puttman is sentenced to be hnuged September Bth. In Chicago, the jury in the case of Michael Emil Uollinger, the Milwaukee avenue restaurant keeper, wjio was charged with murderiug and attempt ing to cremate hie wife, has found him guilty. The death penalty is reocom mended. It was his second trial. Tho Greater American expoeition opened its gates in Omaha yesterday, The exercises were opened with a mili tary parade. The annual mobilization of the troops of the garrison and the land and sea at tacks of Halifax, N. S., commenced last night. On prospect of a fight with Fitzsim mons in September, Kid McCoy with drew from his agreement to meet Choy niski before the Colorado Athletic club this month announced that he will spend the summer in the mountains. — U. P. TRAIN BANDITS. Hrleua—United States Marshal Wool man today received a message from Marshal Grant of Texas regarding the men now held at billon, Mont., under suspicion that they were implicated in the robbery of the Union Pacific train Wyoming. Tho men have been held ou suspicion that they are the Roberts Bros, but tho Texas official lias another i lea of it. He telegraphed from Paris Texas. “Your deputy Meiklejohn wires uie that he holds 1 ave Putty and Bud Nolan. I know them both. Both are desperate criminals and bolh in my opiuion were in the Union Pacific train robberj. 1 believe I know all the men constituting the gang that robbed the train and where the plot was formed Have you any others arrested under suspicion, if so wire descriptions and names, as I think I can aid you in the capture and conviction of these men.” Officers here now believe that the men are not the Roberts brothers, but will hold suspects awaiting further in formation. MAY COME WEST. Washington—Senator Carter of Mon tana called upon the President to pre sent him with formal invitations to visit Great Falls, Helena, Butte and Missoula when he goes west on his trip. The president says he has not abandoned his intention to make a western trip if con ditions permit, but stated that he would not be able to attempt the trip before the middle of August. He could not fix a date and could not say positively that he desired to go. The president added that he would like to pass through Montana after the Montana regiment in the Philipines had come home. This is taken to indicate that the president will start on his west ern trip late in the summer, and that he will try to go to a number of the west ern states which furnished volunteer troops In the Philippines. In this way he will be able to shake hands with the returned soldiers. M H-IMMUfilMlHldilllMlllliyUHiiilMWMHaarii j The First Gun Your Gain t t The Greatest - j CLEARING | \ - - - SALE \ « f ? Ever Held in this City will r - Begin j Monday, July 3 f j BE SURE and GET ONE of our CIRCULARS. ; i Our Store is Y ours. ? j ..LAY A GARST.. \ 'tww iintniTOinunwii ww rm iwn ifi MANN* < Cash Grocery For the emallest amount of manay in cash, we will Hell yon th* l*r gest quantity of go*d», Staple Groceries, Fresh and Salt Meats. Ol)K CASK Confectionery and Fruit*. SYSTEM Has worked like a charm. Our customers are pleased; so are we. Onr aim is to please. MANN’S CASH GROCERY Corner Fifth and Main Street. iBUGKLIN’S « | ••••FURNITURE HOUSE! »»»»€€€€ * | NEW CAR FURNITURE. J £ f CHINA CASES, j | S We have the Latest j CHEFFONIERES, J 5 Novelties m- - -1 FOLDING BEDS, S [ NEW LOUNSES. | %%*X**#;X!<k*)k** SUMMER * O 111 UT WAISTS are irrisistibly fascinat tlPPPlAl # -1 ing. However, they must he worn 3 with a Belt and, without the Belt TIES | lias a beautiful buckle, the whole en- I semble iu spoiled. JEWELRY |We Keep Them * Then there are THOMPSON % Stick Pins, Shirt Waist Sets JEWELRY | HatKi " S ' Cuffßuttons AND | , $ Our Assortment Leads MUS!C | all others COMPANY | mm. m m f Don't Forget the Place—We are Winter and Summer Advertisers THE THOUIPSOR JEWELRY lIP HjSjC CO. W Hit Daily SaH.