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Symbol off rfarTli'; . LmU t''T OTíinsn Mo--- im NrMrte n(irutP(l wilb vt'í','!i;:pi .lio fritgrnnt j.M-.iitne wiia cunimtt: '.y u-íd fir I lit fi rotation i f t t!(!o. A vr-v rretty Irg end f ancient Tiwany t . la how th's little llnfiin Ik came ti- symbol cf love. A traveler, rotorriijj from the w.irm rnnDiricn nf Am, hifwght home with Mm rare trvjiiral j!..iit the Jas mine whih wn liiitnowu in Tuwuiiy. II (ave small a;p to f rtnin duke, who set it anxn.g hi niixt treasured tUnts, whom it noted anil thrived un der the car cf the (MPlemr and fota freí lo b l g'l siaod .ilant The (lulcow.ts so proud if hi rare poasensiuu that ho (trtve strict rd-rs to hii pardon er ta Rrmrd the jiU:it carefully wil on nonrf-oDiit to kitij even a slip--not a Dow pr to any xro. Tho gnrdt-ner wit (p! yotinu man, and be would have Ux-n faithful to hi charge had he o hnn iipil to fall in lore with the awrrtcyt ieitMtrit maid In all Toicany. Tho maid was poor and her lover wa uot mix h richer, so thoy wrre unable to marry. On Uio tirtlxlay of tie feasant t!io gardener. Laving nothing rlre lo give the timid cf his choice, prwuted hr with a totujoid of flower, nnil ainotiK the oth'-r clirininjf In the hnnrh there was one from the dake'achf rivhed jnstniue hnsh. Xíudiitig om'd bo too K'l for the gardener's maiden, ao in this 0110 it) lance he re lajad hie ente cf the shrub. The K'r't admiring; the fresh bnda of the Spritf. wished to preserve it, and CO placed it in the pn;nnd, whete it rooted and re mained freeh and green all v.iutcr, thna , syuibolixing her love for the gar doner, ' and in the following spring it grew and wad covered with Mosaoma. The little bush fhrnrlched and the flowers multi plied so o?!t the tttaid' care that the was atile to sell many cf the sprigs for coimicierahle Wuin, thai spreading the unknown flower abroad; and in liort time, with a spray cf the preciont love tokeu on her bronst the Was wed ded to the happy gnrdenrr. To thi day the Tuscan girl preserve the remembrance cf the gardener's gift to hi sweetheart by wenriug a nosegay cf sweet j.-tsmine on their wedding day, and they have a proverb which aya a yonng girl wearing ouch a xptig la rich enough to make the fortune of a poor hosbuud. l'bihtdelihia Pre.. H mrdrnr Thna Diamond. When bou.u is made to act opon car bon undur tho huat cf the electric far Dace, two bodies are formed, one of thcin atablo, the other attackable by a mixture of potaxHÍo chlorate aud acetio acid. Tbe first cf thfe has tho formóla lioO CM.il. Molfiuuj, in La Natnre, aaya it la obtained by the direct onion of boron witb carbon iu the electric fur Dace and In other ways which are indi cated by the author. Borlde of carbon belongs to the same C -jtbfof compounds as silicldo of carbon poasesaes great stability and great hard Deaa. It ooenrs in brilliant black crys tals, having the density of 9.61. Heated to 1,000 degrees C. in oxygun gas, it bonis slowly and with more difllcnlty than tbe diamond, yielding carbonic acid and a black residue coated with melted horario aold. Tbe most corlóos property cf this new compound is its ex ceauiive hnrdutws. While siliclde of car bon scarcely poliahos the diumond atid does not cot it, fucets may be produced on the diamond by owing the dost cf boride of carbon. The latter is very friabla It can be pounded fine in a mortar, then mixed witb oil and nited instead of diamond dunt for cntting diamonds. The hardnnas cf this borlde is appar ently lifas than that cf the diamond, since It grinds more slowly, but tho facets are cat with great clearness, and It is the first example of definite sub stance capable of cutting the diamond. The compound therefore is harder than siliclde of carbon. Popular Ecleuo News. D Wa FUU Too MaekT If yon require proof that we do, sup- ntbat we have for breakfast a nice i roll which eats like a piece of oaka, will we uot eat more heartily than If we bad to partake of bread two or three days old? Can it be affirmed that it is absolutely tteoesaary to have several count for dinner? After the second course we only ect for the sake of eating. There is no doubt that we eat more than enough to satisfy onr hunger If we compare the quantity of food which eatiifle a peasant and that which is eouaidwed owesnsry for a rich man, W shall be inclined to t'uiuk that they belong to a diilerent species. fUherman will be contented with a pleoe of bread and chowe, but the tour ist who goes with him takes tremen doos hamper crammed folL It is uot be csote physiological u-iMty la more ex acting in the one man than in the Other, but because the gentleman is so customed to eat, not according to the, dictate cf hunger, but ontil all the coarse are exhausted -aud In many case ontil It is materially impotsible to eel more. Tbe Arab who acnoni parties the ports man on an excursion in the diwrt finds piece of bard bread and a few dat sufficient for his wants; the portnman is afraid of dying of hnng if he doe Hoi take witb him several bankets of provUions, boxea cf preaerved meat and the like. Loudon Tit bits. Tka Miras. Lord Raleigh aays that the delusion of water appearing in nilrrgus on hot, sandy plains is due to the fart that the undisturbed stratum cf air near the earth is Lighly rsrt fled. A my of llht falling very obliiue!y opon this stratum and be ing totaliy reflecbM roaches the eye of an observer Jimt as it would if reflecte" from water. Tbe phenomenon is. strict ly sjking, on of refrsction rather than f efiectlou. Now, just ss the glass lens f jrms an image on the screen, so the cryttalllue leu of the ty forms an lm a?e ci the retina or secaitive bar'k pari cf the eya. This re'.lna image ia invert ed, a all rt-ttua iiuage are, and being projtmt'id to another strata cf rarcflod air at oe ha the effect of making the de ljwn ptirfect. IUl igb further says t.'iat t!.r has Let o much unnecessary l-uhitioa la founcction with th the ory of luverted retina lmagts, th my t ry U!4 i at we do Dot auo all things liberte 1. lhe truth of U ruatter Is 1. J--V f k fr iutt!,!cg yoo never saw it a 1 - kwe d Dot .. th retina lui t : a', eü ; w i.u!y f tl It. If w oouUl i t , on th ey of rmn cut t . . v j ví . 1 c .ti.-! -.o It li,vf!e NFUCOP.r CONVENT PRISON. Wber Aartrtan Femut Mnrterr Iara tt World aud Start Lira Afrnk. The women in the Neadorf invent prim were all so kindly In their wnrs, SO pe.vffol and good humored, they differed so completely from onr preccD ceived ideas of crirninala, tbat we were periled to im'jlne what could have brotight them Into prison. Wehsd never doubt lot tliut their ctTrnao were of the luuft trivial Datnre, and we said a The snporinr gave os on cf her odd, buni'irou smiles. "Did yon notice that woman in the torridor?" aln aaked. "Bh Is liari fckhneider." That l:i!gnlf!oant Ixiking little wom an, who Imd stood arii'le with a gentle deprecative smile to allow o to pas, Marie hchnoidrrt Why, in wiy ether phice oiie would have ret her down at once as (ho hardworking wife of a strupslitig curate, .so thoroughly re spectuldo did she look. And sh is Marie tx htioiilor, a Lurupesn celebrity with Doro murders on her consclcnc than she I as fingers cu her Laud I "And yoa let her stay here?" "Wo have nowhere e)e to pother," the luppector, who had Joined os, re plied, "and we don't hung women in Anstria." Kor is she, as we soon fonnd, the on ly notoriety in the plaoo. One cf the prisoners is a delicate looking girl, with large bto'.vrt eyes and golden hair a typ of lieanty almost peculiar to Ans trinns. he has a low, cooing voice and a Ingolsrly sweet, Innocent expreeaion. "VShat on earth can that girl have doDe to be sent here?" I wbinpered. "Done?" the Inspector replied grim ly, "r-'ct a boose on fire in the hope cf killing a man with bis wife and five children." The girl mutt bare bad extraordi narily sharp ears, for, althoogh we were standing at aero o distance away, she heard what he sold, and she gav him a glance anch as I hope never to see again In my life. It was absolutely diabolic ; had there been a knife within reach tbe man would have died on the spot. Yet only a moment before she had been looking op into my face with a smile an angel might have envied. Several of the prisoners are iu the con Tent for killing their own children! some for killing or trying to kill their buHbond ; others for stealing or embet aling; others again for no more serious crime than begging. There are all de grees of guilt there, in fitct, aud all agoa, from girls of 10 to women of near ly 60. Aud they all live together on terms of peifoct equality, for there are no distinctions of rank there no one it letter or worse thon her Dcibbor. When the convent door clone behind them, they have done, for the time be iug, uot culy with the outside world, but with thoir own pat. They start life afresh, as it were. CornhlU Magazine. A Little rroooh Laaaoa. For those who have no knowledge whatever of French the fashion maga aims and the mena cards of restaurant brlsile with difficulties. When the strange word are ventured opon, it ia with fear and trembling which the re mit often justifies. The following is a abort list of some of the uoat used and worst prononnocd : Choos (shoo) A small rosette. Chio (sheek) la untranslatable, but perhaps "stylish" come nearest to its fashion book meaning. In its own home the word is slang and considered vulgar. French ladies do uot say "chio" any more than we say "nobby" which word is really it equivalent. Peiguoir (payn-war) A wrapper as fine as it can be made. Saute de lit (so da lee) being onr bsth rolie. Cerise (ilr-eaae) Cherry, hence the Dame cf tbe color. Bandeaux (balm -do) Braids of hair. Boutuohe (soo-taah) Braid for trim ming. Ills de vean (ree-do-vo) Sweetbreads. Bouillon (boo-yon) Clear soup. Mcua (mur-uuw) A bill of fare. Itoux (ruo) A mixture of butter and flour, which, after being baked, i used to thicken saacc. Saab (so-tay) Lightly fried in but ter. Ilor d'eruvres (hear d'orver) Light dlthes as appetizers served after th oop. I'blludelphia Ledger. Flaaalng for EDflUbmaa ad Others. How niuch brighter and more gay the EnglUh who have eaten "biftecks" in Taxis will be for the knowledge that since 1806 they have contributed toward the consumption of 889,078 horses, 10, 813 donkeys aud 010 mules. Tbe con sumption of thehe luxuries ha grown steadily but surely, nud it enis that they now figure in tbe production of sausages, which will surprise no one, and bImo in aalad oils, which will sur prise many. Ualfguanl Mesaougor. An Aea,utr4 OIA. "I'm a victim of kleptomania, yoar honor," pleaded the prisoner. "I cau't help stealing." "ludeed," said tbe Justice with in terest, "I've beard of such case. I your kleptomauia a natural or acquired gift?" "Acquired, your nor," replied th priaouer thoughtlessly. "I thought so. Teu dollars and coat. Call th next caae." Chicugo 1'osL A Palarrt DUaaaaaa. Bon I or Partner What ar yon look ing so gluui over? Junius- Partner Got a note from my wife that the pog i lost Now, if I don't sympathise for her a whole lot, be will say I am a cold bloodod brute, and if I do sympathise she will susect that I hired aoin one to steal tbe dog and am Just condoling witn her for a bluff. Cincinnati tuquittr Aocording to oriental Uaditlon th tomb of "Noah, the ark builder," Is in th small town of Nakhichevan, near the foot of Muuut Ararat. It is said to be a Dk'b iu th wall of an abandonad fortress. What a Prominent lasuranr Kaa hays. II. M. Bloaaoin, senior member of H. M. LUuesooi A Co., 17 N. üid St., fcU Louia, aritoa; I had been left with a very diatruiirg ooii'h, the rt-nult of in fluenza, which not). u.g seemed to re hare, until I took LalUrd' llorehound Syrup. On bottle complete! cured ui. I sent one bottle to my muter, who had a snver cough, and sh experienced liniue d.st reliar. I always recommend tins syrup to my trieods. John Cranston, 13 Hamparur street, Quinrx-v, 111., wrilet: 1 have found Lai lard's llcrehound byrnp superior to any other cotiyh uiedioiu I hsvsvr knou. It rever ('.csppotDt. Pi ii.a fx. t--oM 1 A'. C. 1 o .'.: t.o! J. 2 V H r C4W M t ' It Jim ViV, r i Y v V' I. "Big Enough for Three." v ÍÁA ... V - l ri pí n n The largest piece of jgoord tobacco ever sold Tor io cents tu e i. ancl . T Tne5 cent piece is nearly large as you et of ofher nigh trades for io cents An Ad ertisement- I3T WS'. 'M tl TTTTTTT'P T oda aja ai aju eOl aSo Jo 3u I Jo ig Soiiüosí Soni 13 Sure to Bring Good Results, Dccause: It has the largest Cir l.ii. e cuiaiion oi any news Íiaper.in .Grant Conn y. Its news columns always contain the latest items of inter est of a local and gen eral character. Our Facilities for Executing Prirdirxg V"" Are not surpassed by any office in the southwest. Our prices are as low as lirst-class work will permit. Send in your orders. Cardinal Mf nl' JM morr. Cardinal Mn7ofantl hud a memory little short of miraculous, Ir. Knnwll, his bloprapher, snjs that the cardinal IHike viith the greatest cie JJ0 lun-j RnnRea; that he sp1kn fairly well 9; that be uaMl oocaaionnlly, but not vrith any fluency, 11 more; font he spoke im perfectly 8, and that he could read 11 mora. Taking in addition the nnm-1 Aim . . U. ....t . .11 I - " "'.'m mi .i w ir i , BTjiim au uiverae from the mother tonjrne as to constitute a diíTerent laugonHO, Dr. Rnmell says that the cardinal was niantir of no leas than 111 dlXerent lanauaae aud dia lects. I Ilis Oermnn was so excellent tba be j eras taken for a native of Germany. while hi French and EoglUh were equally pnre. Dr. Tholuok beard biro couvnnie in German, Arabic, Spanish, flemish, EiiRllnh, Latin, Greek, Swe dish and Portuguese, at one of tbe pope' receptions, and afterward Mszio fanti Kve him a poem in I'lrsinn and left him to take a lesaon iu Cornish. He fcnevr several of the American Indian lanjrunges and nearly all the dialect of Iuiilii. Iu spite of all these attainments, how ever, he was a very dull man, and him self said tbat he had 80 words for one idea. He wa remarkable only for the number of language he knew, but wa not distinguished as a grammarian, a lesioographer, a philosopher, a philolo gist or ethnologist, and added nothing to any department of the study of language. St Louia Globe-Democrat i4, '.j M hrt tl v A laaparfoet Unid Coiaw Bnperintendent Beach of the atreet cleaning department some time sine found a $5 (redd coin on a curbstone, and it proved to be a curiosity, worth as much as two ordinary $5 pieces, on account of its having been "mis struck" that is, it had uot been placed squarely in th. die, and the milling on cue side waa some distance from tba edge, while on the other side there wo none. On mentioning the fact to an em ployee in tbe Han Francisco mint he waa told tbat the coin wa a counterfeit, and that it waa practically impossible tbat a coin ao disfigured could have been issued from any government mint When the cota wa produced, the mint employee, after putting it to all sort of test, had to admit that it wa a genu ine coin, struck at tbe Philadelphia mint, where every coin passe through tbe hands of four person who examine it for defects, and he said he would not have believed it possible for such a coin to escape them had he not seen it Portland Oregon lan. Daollnlna; Oor Freaonaa. In a collection of tbe poesesaion of the late Robert Louis Stevenson there is a letter showing the difficulties which even such a master of English as he ex periouoed in writiug our language. "When I invent a language," be writes, "there shall be a direct and indirect pronoun differently declined, and then writiug will be some fun. " This Idea he illustrates as follow: Direct --He, him, his. Indirect Tu, turn, tus. He adds In exemplification, "He selre-1 turn by tus throat, but tu at th same moment caught him by hi hair." A fellow would write hurricanes with an inflection like that Boston Herald. " ni At the BaatauraB. ' Guest Why don't you smash those dishes? Waitress They fine us for trashing dishes here. Guest Well, if I ran th place, I'd One you for not smashing them. De troit Free Fraa. Tbe a-rag A Hatanl Blatary. Born of a atone, he live under a tone and w'll dig In it hi grave. I viiit him frequently, and, whenever I lift tbe stone, I foar to find him and fear that he may uot be there. He 1 there. Hidden in tbat dry refuge, olean, narrow, quite hi own, he fill it, swol len like a miser' purse. If the rain make him com out he come toward me. A few heavy jumps, aud he stop on hi thighs aud looks at me with bis reddened eyes. Though tbe unjust worh treat him as a leper, I do not fear to sit by bim aud to place near his face my human face. Then I v'U overcome a remnant of disgust and cares you with my haud, frog I One swallow In life things that make one' heart r'eker. Still, yesterday, I lacked tact "My poor friend," I atd,"I do not wish to griev you, but how ugly you ar l He opened hi mouth, puerile and toothless, and replied, with a slight iaiglua accent; "And yon?" Pari Echa Sorely happiness is reflective, like the light of heaven, and every oouutenauce bright with smilo aud glowing with innooent enjoyment is a mirror trans mitting to others the ray of a supreme and eversbiulng benevolence. Irving. fl Fortune ;ln Frizes ! 06.UJ1.75 .GIVEN AWAY IN. 55 Separate Pxlze tus or... i 01.000 . ..ONB PSUI OF... I TIIS NEW WEEKLY K0GKX MOUNTAIN NEWS, Dtnvtr, Colo.. TU rTvi bona fi W prla off tfvr KtftA in iti wri ur Mouth, i ) KrM ta lb nirtntaUv pair of the) W-t II ta ailvor'a rhamitiint; it im th peo ría a a1vtxat: II ,1 in tiiouajht. la twwa. lit UUiy Itava Jual lver ulrJ t4 tm- ftiwetl; It contain lti later rul fullest nt lid' auJ Ttiuitiy aiock nv; It h ai:tl dar pl tilt IDS dovotrt to th flttn, th linu- ItuM, twnin a ltd f'hlldii n; a.11 th bright- Cul4lt iil lUrt tuiltli.'ltt of lit davliy asll tion r tu b fruncí In It; It rAta In rtm 4PBed ft kim th d'Hnaa of all IU trfiti it ia a fatnuly Hwr wlthwul tei-r. And tit WM-hiy Is dt (wmlited to kav rld a II QUfttln tit tnrrf t rlrc til lion of aj'jr pnr t. tr MitiawHp n ver atad th Pa-Hie c..Af llttir (- It Olí ra to th r -tt it'lmf tn tii aratat auiiitT of II rair- ly iiM ripiioti o-r'i ttaiasiuuvr 14 hía iUffaa u,ulit J pt t-a. RECULAR natUTV COMMISSION ALLOMO IH ADDITION. C0MTCST BEGINS i T 0MCÍ. CPÍM TO UlHtBOQt tVCRTWHZ&E. Tor ftrUcuUra luSdrtM ' " '' Tlio JSt-i lrliitluj Co, J tvuvtri Colo. a h on th !' d'ws t'ia wk. Iht ofRr maa tnairrVr i fi triin- eti-i from h!a orrtt. into a rtininflr tall. Nfllrr r1' the Herein be nf-rd. nfuhff takra thr pTojur limr fr entitisr. It in amHll WmA'T that th dif.rttinn of bith grl out of rtrdpr. Nature wort hard st alie ran but t'amrm sr snmc thing- nh ftnnnl aland. If a man f rt anra f rl(ra attic into t ti work of hi wtch, h ilman t mpr:t the watrh to r"n until the Impediment 1 re moved. Hi owe digetiv rtem is a much more vwiderful and del'.ralc mecaan Urn than thr.t of hia watrh. nA vet he iff- tecta it and ahiiaes it. It let it ret ont of otlr, and refuae to Kelp (. In the nd hi naslect react with ternbl force upo tiimwlf. The reaction come on rraiVially, however, so that sometirae be scarcely ua- prrtn th cause. Th cne of nlne-tentn or tne airne of the wotld is conslipatton a eonditiofl ao common that fmtr people ont of five take it as a matter of conra. rrnm thl one cauae come indire"'"" ; diaorrtcTS of the atomarh, liver and ktoneva; bi!!otnnea, heaftfirhea, flatulence, hearlbtitn, impnrity of the blood and the arrimia cnmnltt-tinna that follow. To brititt with, constipation is a little thins, and a little thins will cure it. I)T. Pierce' Pleasant Pellets are tiny, anear- coated rTannlea. They five to nature ju.it tbe little help lte needs. They are ss rentle as they ere efficient, nd will per. fertiycare the worst ce or constipation. Tlier is nothinr in the world like them, so there can be nothinr ."jut a ood." The ctrnirriat who trie to sell yoa something els has bis own tntrt ia view sod aot yonra. For a free sample pactare of front 4 to j rioaes, aflores world's Dispensary Medical Association, No. 6vj Main Mreet, batíalo, N. Y. Any on aendin st one-eent atamna to iu.. 1 cost rf metllnr ese, will receive free a cone of lr. Pierce a cmnii Fense ITroiral Ani-er. The ea-ense of prtwtuHna; this wooflrrful book, baa been paid by tbe sale of 6Hn.ono conies st the remilar orioe, fi so. It has now teen drc-IHed to f away miuymuir res, sa edition of fWrSe -a. a 1 1 1 a suortt Powor Canananptloa la Piano riarto. The amount of power expendod la playing on a piano has rooentlv been figured out in a way which, if not alto gether aoourato, is at least interesting. Commentiug on th statement made that it require more force to sound a note gently on this instrument than it doe to lift the l:d of a kettle," Tbe Amur loan Art Journal says that this is "easy to verify if one tale a small handful of coin and pile them on a quantity is piled on to make aaVte sound, they may be vreighed "ánd tbe BguT. vrlll be round to be true. II the pianist ia playing fortissimo, a much greater force is needed. At times a force of six pounds is thrown upon a single key to produce a solitary effect Witb chords""lhe force is generally spread over the various notes sounded simultaneous ly, though a greater output of force i undoubtedly eipeuded. This 1 what give pianist the wonderful strength in their fingers that is often commented on. "A story used to be told cf Padorew- ski that he could crack a pane of Frenoh plate glass half mi inch thick merely by plaeing one bond upon it a if upon a keyboard and striking it sharply with hi middle finger. Chopin' last study in O minor baa a passage which takes two minute and five seconds to play. The total pressure brought to boar on this, it is estimated, ia equal to three full tous. The average 'tonnnge' of an hour' piano playiug of Cbopin'a musio varies from 13 to 84 tons. "Wagner has uot ret been calculated along these lines. " Cancer's Magazine. II Know the Tlaoe. The man witb his coat collar turned up aud his hot pulled down ver his eyes, who was slouching along iu the shadow, of the buildings, suddenly beck oned to the man on the other aide of the street. "Here' a graft. Bill," he said when the other had crossed over. "Wot is?" asked Bill gruffly. "This here house," replied tbe flr-t speaker. "It's just like fludln things all fixed for you. Some bloom In idiot baa gone away an left hia latchkey in the door." Bill took a long look at the bouse and then shook bis head. "You kin have it,"heald. "I don't want nnthin to do with the game." "Wot "a the matter Í" "The feller woi lives here ain't to be trusted. He' a low down, mean, tricky cuss. He ain't got no fcoliua at all. " "D'y know him?" "No, but I was here onct before, an I'm on to bi8 game. Ee left the key junt like that before, an I thought it was dead easy. I went up an tried to turn it, an thought I wa bein electrocuted rare." "Was be watcbiu for you?" "Watchin uuthini He' oue of these here elwtrlcal guy, an be Just stick th key in títere to oatoh s ackers, turn a million volt battery on an goes to bed. I wouldn't touch that key if it would let me into the Bank cf ngUmd. Z3 j." v;.-XÑr ID izJ Tw Lltaimrj Pfadn. In a recent after dinner speech Bider TJaggard meutioned two old literary co incidence that bad oocurred in connec tion with bis works. One of these oouoerned bla invention of an iuoiduut on the Tana river, whore a mission station wa attacked by th Masai and tbe mission people wer killed, bar-tigs to say, altor Lis linai nary aooouut had appeared, soiue iui alonarle di t found a station on that river, wer attacked by th Masai aud utue of them wer klllod. In hi look, "Th People of th Mist," he had fixed upon an uuknown part of Afma and had described a re 1 from hi inner consciousness, and uoly a week befos tbe speech wa mad a company, in which th author is a dl rector, Lad seut out orders to Ui poa aesKlou of th very tract he had in view, and so far as th report of th native agent who Lad iuspeoted it weut he believed Lis doauriUou were fairly correct atinarlas; tba Girólo. One of th problems that ar a old as tbe science of mathematics i that of "aquaring the circle. " Hy squarlug th circle la meant th prcbli iu oí CuJIcg tbe aide of a squax exactly eqoal in area to a cirol of given dtsuieUsr. To do this, either by eltmioiitaiy geometry or by expressing it arlihutiiotioany in ooiornensurabl numbeis, has U;tru f.juiid to be an inipoealbliliy. la other word, the ratio between the diameter aud th circumfrrcuce of a circle ciiuot be ex actly found, even though iu th division the decliual be oarriod out to 10,000 flurs. The above being the eiuct fact Iu theenne, we will sy that the prubluiu of "s'iuariiia the circlu" is owe thut has lun becu (i,a up l r the tnui.Ucu.r li.i.ilii a iniiihitil "',tmr OF Southwest Cattlemen r. O. HlWer ntv. Trail Co., N. kt. Kn,Ba a FranHtoa fUror, hocotroCount5 We claim all eaff'a anil hors trsniU.1 WHn aof jrt 0( the Sn:nnAi, also rlsim nil horses and eat tl branded ; cota jaws All It.rreass t eattla branded W n left h't or side and V3 ou belli Jaw. t'ud;iio each WM. BttATtM. H Additional bra rlrht honl- der. Ilorse brand H on left boulder Kange on Whll. vratar Creek. I.nnai. W iulewalcr lunch. root Office Address, SUrer City, X. M Rang, East Be a " MouDtsIa fair nil I uortb of Silver City I P. O. Address, FKANK BILVXAT, BiiTsr vi ir it. ss N EG KIT A CATTLE CO. Ranr Fast sida Moxolion m o o a aluaíTíil -Jíe'-'-it Creek. - creeic. ,! Additional t, uaasn S I" I triauKi r.ij c V I aid. Borse brand left hip. Wo Cavairx For GPPER DENVER, COLO. T T awat i ! X rr.,- I COPYRIGHTS.' TAff T ORTA1Ü A PATaTTTt prorrn' intwnr wi1 aUi bnneytt otinlno, writ to PUN" lf. who mt bud aTtW Tit la rlf ilftT ?e4f r H. LONQSTRETH Contractor, Carpentor and Joiner, MrUei Street, - . Silver City, N. H EL PASO GREEN BOOSES Mn. M.M. Brlg5( Prop. Ilardy plants for House and Gar den. Floral pieces . for wed dings, funerals, eto., a special ty at from tl to T25. Purs Ercd Chickens And BettiDKS of EgR. Light Brahms, Black Laogahans, Brown and Whit Leg horns, Black Minorca. Ac. A. SOLKY, Hats Cleaned and Trimmed Ail Clcthln. Cleaned fcy Dry Cteam Process, 117 W. OrsrlaiiJ St, , Et Pao, Tax tl ta tvr tlieui ' I Vet thetn, pU:, Uiein. Thry aic t.' wmf y stuuiUinl tecú every ehtie; aonu ty tin " iuri'rot tuaiiter i-j t'i win -) W be , ,r;,..ipi,lij 1-. lf SriMiuJ or W !, y.,., 'i tí IllOft tUl'lUM, t.'H hi tf uje ai.d r i ."!-' 4 ew er i . fin. It. (!. Kt I'll ( 4., illBtll, tl i- ' \n\n key of the plana When a sufBciser. l'tipr.fa lo tii ptnt buti.. 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