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VOL. TV- RED KIVER, TAOS COUNTY, NEW MEXICO. THTJR3DAY APRIL 21, l04. NO 36. RED "" . .. i ' i WOTJCE OF APPLICATION FOlt DW ED Sl'ATEH PATENT. MISKUAL, APPLICATION NO. 150 Unit (1 States Land Offloo, S tit i Fe, New McxfcV April. 14. 19 4 Notice i3 hereby given thatl. .). Use. cs, Frank Pelllni, T. Blsnehl, L u Msrchluo and U audio Balgherooi. hv Louis Marchlno, one of said co-owr-ei , 1 authoried toaot.for all for thopn . itms application, and whose foi office address is Ked River, Taos C.n-tv. New Mexico, have made applicaiio for a United States patent for the VTnt Western (irinp of lode mmine el im Survey No. 1179, consisting of the fi t Western loda coveriiiK 209 ft. S. 88 w. and 1288.8 ft. N. 86 55' K. trvm point of discovery; Sunbeam Me tuiir ering G080 ft. N. 24 3V E. and ;i 8. 24 35' w.frono point of ttl OovBrVj tiolflnn I'otge lode covering Pl5.r ft, 8. 84 22' W. and 1304.5 ft. N. 31" 88' K from point of discovery: Kosimni lix.l eovering 269.5 ft. S. 86" 11' E.an f 08.fl it. N. 86 11' VV. from pointot rtisitov ery; Southern Cross coverine 116 ; X. Z 15' W. and 1134 ft. S. 8" 15' i. f, tn point of dicovery; Dante lo!" m-. 40 8 ft. N. 86" 84' W.and 676.1 ft S. Wl" 34' E. from point nt discovery ; lufel'io lode covering 424.8 ft. N. 79 37' W. nd 1075.8 ft. S. 79" 37' E. fro n ftolm Of discovery. 'Said group of lode Ifti inif eUtmBbeing situated In the lied i( r MinlngDistrlct in the County of it I and Territory 0f Nw Mexloo wit in township 28 N. range 14 E. (unaui vey ed), and more particularly bounded and desctlbed as follows: OKEAT WESTERN LODJC. Beginning at Cor. No. 1, N. E Cor.. a spruce post 6 ins. square, 4 ft. I et 181ns. in the ground, with a iimm d of stone around it. scribed 1-1179. $. R. Cor. of ti,o amended location In ars N, 87 30' E. 8 ft, a spruce post, i Ins, squnre 3J ft. above ground. V, L '. No. 1 bears S. 70 19' W. 638.87 ('. A pruce tree. 12 ins. in diain. b-mrs , 7(1 66' W. 15 ft. and a spruce true 8 Ins. In diain. bears S. 89 55' W. 19 ft., eact) blaz (1 and scribe! X. B. T . 1-117H; Thnce S. 2 15' E. 58J.B to Cor. No. 8; Thence S. 86' 56' W. 1497.8 V . to Cor. no. 3. Thence N. 2 15' W. 600 ft. to Cor, No. 4. Thencs N. 87 34' E. 1497.8 P. te O r. No. 1, the place of beginning, coot no. lug a net area of 20.346 acres, Adjoining claims are the Sootiierii Cross on the south, and the lioamine pn the west. No other coiilliuting o; adjoining claims. The notice of loeation of this claim is recorded in the offlje of the J' noma. Clerk and Recorder of Taos Quiinty, New Mexico, in Book No. 15, at Pogi 877, aud the amended location is rec irtl ed iu said otlice iu Book No. 22, at Page 542. SUNBEAM LODE. Beginning at Cor. No i, N. VV. C identical with the N. W. Cor. of th.. location. A spruce post 6 ins. squitre, 4)fr. long, set 8 ft. In the ground, iu mound of stone, scribed 1-1179. LT, . 1,. M . No. 1, bears S. 68 41' W. 860.68 f . Cor. No. r of the Great Western lo !e 1 t tbla survey, previously described, bear fci.64 01' W. 222.32 ft A spruce, tree. 11 ins. in diam. bears 8. 13 05' W. 19 3 ft. and a spruce tree, 12 Ins. In diam bears N. 23" 37 E. 15.1 ft., each biased and scribed X. B. T. 1 117a; Thence S 65 06' E. 579.7 ft to Cor Ko. Tb. nceS. i 35' W. 1186.0 f'. to Cor. No. ; Thence N. 66 06' W. 584.5 ft. to Cor No. 4( Thence N 24 46' E. 1486.2 f'. in (Lor. No. (, the place of beginning, cor,, taining a net area, (after deducting area In oonilict wito Snr No. 978 B. Alpine lode, .615 acres, and area Inconiliet w'l (Great Western lode of this survey, ,4lo acres) of I8.W18 acres. ' Aiijuiuiugolai us are the Great W. t. eru on the wist, and the Alpine (-et-nted) on the east. Ni other mu! n ng or adjonlng claims. The notice of location of this claim l recorded in the office of the I'nba'e Clerk aud Recorder of Taos Oouptr, New Mtxico, in Book No. 15, at pug 418. GOLDrJN FORGE EODI'1. Beginning at Cor. No. L S. E. "'or., spruce post 6 ins. equare, iyt fi. ontf, set I ft. In the ground, in a mound or Btone, scribed 1-1179. 8. E. C r. ofl' p location, a spruce post 4 Ins. squat e, 4f . above ground, in atone mourni, !,e 1 K, 34 22' VV. 58.8 ft. V. S. L. M. N. 1, bears n, 80 18' E. 588.3 ft. A balsam tree 11 Ins. iu dlam. bears N. 43" 4i,' W. 22.2 ft. and A plnon tree 6 Int. In fliam. bears 8. 36 16' E. 23.7 ft., e ih blazed and scribed X B T 1-1179: I hence N. B3 24' W. 584.31 ft. to Cir. No. 8; TiiettceN.33 43' F. 1500.80 ft. to Cor. No. 8; Thence B, 53 21' E. 600 ft. to Cor. N . 4; Thence S. 34" 22' W. I5OO ft. to Cor. N . 1, the place of beginning, contain tug H net, area, after deducting coiillict wtlh Uusmine lode, this survey, .455 c:es, conllict Great, Western lode, this survey, 1.577 acres.l of 18.314 acres. Adjoining claims are the Great West ern u the southeast corner, the Ros mlbe atsouth west corner, and the Dante Od the west side, all of this survey. No o'Ikt conflicting or ndj4ning claim". The notice of location of this claim I recorded In the office of the Probate C eik and Recorder of Taos County, New Mexico, In Book No. 17, at page 16. ROSMINE LODE. Beginning at Cor. No. 1, N. E. Cor , A spruce post 6 Ins pquare, ft. long, et 2 ft. in the ground, in a mound of tope, scribed 1 1179. U. S. L. M. No. 1, bears S. 07 48' E. 975.82 ft. N. E. ''or. of the amended looatlon, a spruce p is' 4 ins. square, 3 ft. above ground, hearR N. 37 26' E. 19.3 ft. A ?oruce tree 12 ins. in diam. bears N. 56" 30' E. 19.1 ft. and A spruce tr 9 ins. in diam. be ira N. 46 27' W. 22 r., each blazed nod scribed X B T 1-1)79; Thence S. 2 15' E. 603.1 ft. to Cor No. 5; Thence N. 86" 11' W. 1378.4 ft. to C it NO. 3; Thence n. 2" 15' W. 600.00 ft. to Cur. No: 4; ThsnceS 86 13' E. 1378.1 ft, to Cor. Vo. 1, the place of beginning., coutain mar a net area of 13.93 acres. Adjoining claims are the Crow lode ou the north side.G, ft Crow, claimant, the Golden Forge, this survey, at the northeast corner tfc Great Western, this survey, on the east. No other ad joining 01 conflicting claims. The notice of locatlou of this claim is recorded in the office of the Probate O erk and Recorder of Taos County, N w Mexico, in Book No. 22,at page 541. a id the amended location la recorded iu a dd office in Book 22, at page 541. HOUTIIERN CROSS LONfi. B -ginning at Cor. No. 1, N. E. Cir. tin line a d, (.reat Western Lode, of tht survey. A spruce poslO ias. square Vyi ft. long, set 2 ft. in th ground, in a true moud, soribed, 1-1179. N. E.Cor. of the location, a pinon stumn, 7 ins. in diaai. 5 ft. high, bears N. T 10' F. 12 ft. U a L. M. No. 1, bears n, 50' 53' 0, 082.14ff.. A sprue tree9 Ins. In diam heirs .62' 6' W. 21.8 ft.; :nd a oinon 1 re e 8 (as, (q diam. bears N, 86 45' E. 17.3 fr.; u.lBh blazed and soriLwd X B T 1 1179; Thence S. 86 50' W. 300.00 f. to Cor. No. 2; Tneuce S. 2 15' E. 1500.00 ft. to Cor. N .3; Thence N Cor. No. 4,' 86 56' E. 300.00 ft. to Thence N. 2 15' W. 1500.00 ft. te C r. No. 1, the place of beginniag, cou a'tung a nut area of 10.330 acres. ily joining claim is the Great WKirn lode of this survey, wbioh jiuti Uiis cl lim ou the north end. No ooiidicting claim. The notice of looatioa of this cltim ll recorded in the office of thi Probate Q erk and Recorder of Tios (Jouaty, Vew Mexleo, in Rook No. 22, at pag 544. DANTE LODE. B Tinning at Cr. No. 1, S. E. Cor., A xprnos post 5 iat. sqmre, il4 ft. long at 2 fr. in the grouid In esrth mound se fitted 1-1179. S. E. Gor. of the location bears S. 85 O7' E. 019.2 ft., a spruce i-ost 4 ins. tquar- 4 ft. high U. S. L. M. . 1. bears S. 64 21' E. 928.42 ft. Cor. No. 1 Rjamiue lode of this sarvey, pre fiouBly bescribed. bears S. 63 50' W. 73.31 ft. A spruce tree 7 Ins. in diam. IHWTl S. 54" 18' E. I0.7 ft. and A spruce raj 9 int. i:i diam, bears N. 60 26' W . eij ft., ertdi bluzed aud scribed X B T 11179,- i'nepaa N. 18' 39' K. 808.8 ft. to Cor. No 2; Poanf N. 86 3C W. 710.9 ft. to Cor. No. 3; TnceS. 18 39' W. 2J0.1 ft. to Cor. No ; T'.. nct 8 85 ' O7' E. 712.20 ft. to C .r. N o. 1, the pi ice of bgiuuliig, contain ing a net area (after deducting ares in SBuUibl With Golden Forgalodeof tin. survey .815 actes.J of 4.440 acres. Adjoining calms am the Crow lod , ilohurvefBd. U. U. Crow, olalmant. wiitih cotflicta wl'h this lode across lipet 9-3 apd 4 ! the Golden Korg.t 1 de, this survey, conflicts with this flxlB at tbe east ml. tbe Iaferno id. ; tins survey, adioius an tbe west end .So otUer coiilliutlug or adjoluttig olalua The notice of location of this claim is recorded in the office of the Probate Clerk and Recorder of T-'os County, New Mexico, In Book No. 22, ui pagn 645. INFERNO LODE, j Beginning at Cor. No. 1, identical with S. E. Cor. of the location, and wit h Cor. no. 4 of the Danta lode, of this I survey previously, described. (T. s. L. M. No. 1, bears s. 73 23' E. 1614.34 ft, Oor. No. 2, Golden Forge lode of this survey, previously described, beats 8. 66 18' E. 552.05 ft.,- Thence N. 18' 39' E.'30;i.l ft. to Cor. No. 2; Thence N. 79' 37' W. 1509.00 ft, to j Cor. No. 9 Theuce 6. 18' 39' W. 303 1 ft. to Cjr. NThence8. 37' E. 1500.00 ft. to' Cor. No. 1, the place of beginning, coo. taining a net, atea of 10.::.?a acte-. xoe u tuie ioae, (tue eurve-., in joins this claim on the east end. No other adjoining or qoaflieilOB clattDf, Tne Notice of location of tiit claim :s recorded in the Ml'uce or the Probate Clerk and K rde- of Taos County, .ew .Me,co la ilouK N . 22, at pae 543. Mauei. ft Oikh 1, Rkoistbii. Sobfteri'-'a to tbe Prospector: It is the Oldeet Paper iu Taos County. It is the Official Oran of the Red River ttioicg District. It is the Only Paper Published in the Gold Licit of Northern Taos n y- I B. LUSK, LAWYER- Prompt attention to all business intrusted to my care. M V BSY' 1LY AlLAiC TAOS, BOUND TO HAVE THEIR LIQUOR Knnxnnn Ortrnnizc n Bnrj Inir AmnocN utUm fir tlie I'urpoHf of Sat lafylnts Their TUirMt. All sorts of subterfugos hare bcrn ro- Sorted to by the Kar.sas prop!; In evnd- Inn the prohibition law, but the most extr-torriinary ons so far heard of Is reported her;, wfaersthert baa been for some time Bn organization known as th German Burial association, aj tho Mfwtdn Kan Rao, To all BPtearane-R fl,', ,,.nlv .,r, o..crn,rr,l nnlv In ...... o. ........ uud .u ... ti-.' torii of carlt: for the dead tfter the (Bsbtonof burial BssocbitloBB i ..!; w'lere 'Vb uornrt-.. of the ik i-ol" l -ev .... "u UreterT" . r Bheriff sw oped down on the sssoola- tion :-- rooms, arrested the' Bseeriittioii of.i:!tH. n v.('. eapttn il a lsr:.vae "nul of Hyuor. The Chief onicie.l pleadi-.' fillty and v.-s flnrt si 00, ami tho liquo. s re (eatro)td by the order of the ccuirt. after It hud been detrrmlned that the assoei i! ion wub In reality nothing but a drinking rlob. The maimer in which the character of the place-became known to the o;li ciala Is ra.her Intereetlnf;. Otto of the members of the association ha.1 broken one of Its rules and the board ha.! lii:e.l him $25. For this sum hi : itave his note, but when it feM due he failed to pay it. Thereupon the association parniKheed his wages, and, made anfrry by this pro- ceetling, he went to the county attorney an1 r. . , tia aaernla tt I ba i.nlor WHITE LINES IK FIHGER-NAILS Qermsn Medleitl Bipfrt St7a Tht7 . Are an Indication of l-r. ........ , A medical writer in the Frankfurter Zeltuag gives some curious particulars about the white lines which cross lin- tror i.nila Tli.'qp urp rI.TIU nf i'iaii'iO. ance in tho organism at the time they .TrLlTnet ften f0nn dUrlDg The proportion of normally const;- tuted persons who have these lines on their finger nails Is from tea to 11 per cent., while 4G per cent, of criminals have , them. 47 per cent of the demi monde, per cent, of Idiots, and 50 per cent, or lunatics. Hufferers from melancholia show a large percentage, but the largest percentage 76-is . r ... .. . among those woo are periodically dan- gerous niuaiics. The writer comes to the conclusion that these lines denote some degeneracy of the upper nervous system; that they lectual change. I Official Directory. NEW MEXICO. M. S. Rndoy Delegate to Cougrees. M. A. Otero Governor. J- Wr Raynold Saeretnry A. L. Morrison Internal Revenue Col. M. O. Llewellyn Surveyor General. W. B. Cbilders U. S. District, Attoney. G. M. Foratcer U. 8. Marshal. M. R. Otero Register Land Offlce. Fied duller Receiver Land Offtoe. E. L. Bmlett Sdicitor General. J. th Vaughn Treasure. J. E. Chavez Sup't Public Instruction . W. (i. Sarger.t Auditor. John R. McFie Distrlot Jrelge. E. O. Abbott District Attorney. , . .TA0S 0U!TT- ITGoit Mat. net Chacon ' Commissioners llnraoti Sanchez Treasurrer. Tumisc M. y Gonnles Recorder ', Antonio ft Trnjillo 8np t of 80I100I." LoOiU U;)mingue Prceate Jtulce. Adoi:.i Sjntletevun Asaees.-r FaueUu Trnjillo Mien;,, 1 T T"e Jieople are nt ill wondering j bow Judge Pai ker i tanda on the reat question of the day. The office of traveling auditor under the able inannoement of Mr. Saiford, is proving a big success taxpaveri of New Mexieo , "!V d There is one thing in favor of Judge Parker for President and that is tho opposition of Tammany Hall, one of the most corrupt po litical organization in the werld. The Russians, up to date do not . ' r seem tfi be making much headway j r'aeinS ea8tern Asia under the! (.ontrol of Kussian influence. The j 'little Japs seems, to be a mountain . K 1 , . hh it were, hard to pass over. The war news that leaks out is always J favorable to Japan. No is a gcoil time to bring to the notice of the mining world, the ft ' l;"rt loads and deposits of copper 1 .1 niV i or 1,1 lho litld ll,vr district, j Eyervthinir tXtthts to the raise in!setuP their Joss-houses. On ' J & , . - . . ... l.u f ..n..u A V. r... MID ) UUltll KUU kild J U- j spector can show mining men as hM W PP found in almost any district in the J world. j The sitizens of Santa Fe were! greatly astonished to hear the news last week, that their county j Treasurer and ei-Offlcio Collector 1 tieoroe W. Kttaebel was a default-. er to the amount of ? l!,ooo. Gov J Otero at once demanded his resig i , , ., nation and he placed it ft the i.ulljs Qf 1 1 . o-erhnr which was at Knit, o.-i oiico accented. Mr. , . . . ,, , bought cotton Inst fall and winter. wbiell lirovtd his ') ; .wnfall. TraVfl log Auditor Sailor 1 by eheckina UP huo)i6 idti ,veek' f(jU,ld lllHt ,. KnaebolVviiB short, ' "-re rc st-u ''tlge milliners t,s Semlte ,loW that Tillman hai f Dc,nocrats who iilUSn valiaut" returned with a reconstrm . Y lor the Democratic pUtformsLj, Jacolj Rijs, the UQSteell of I-So6 and IQOO ami are not yet ! f ti. uresii(le.il Albert Show .,1 . ... . . OI tile 1 lesuicni. nioci .i.iw o lcacl' this campaign to give up Review Qf Reviews, and Akx the principles for which they j iicCormieV of the Newspnper v(,nrw jtt . . . . .-11 1 1 " ; become quite apparaut at the St. , t- ,, tiw I .niiK coiiff'iitinn nltlioiioli the " v Cleveland and Pdrfcer reofgau- i th : i i b t t0 liLrs WU1 ap tRC1C 1CVel 10 keep the Bryan followers in the back.rouiul and, il possible, to ' read them out of the Democratic party. The Louiaaua Purchase Expoai tion will gwing itt doors open to the public on Saturday, April So. The exposition will be one of the greatest of the age and will he worth tho time and money to vieit the same. The Democrats of New Mexico in convention last week at Silver City, by a majoiity of two, in structed the delegates to St. Louis to vote fcr .Mr. Hearst for tho Democratic nominee for president. The fight for the democratic norii- i;:ntion for president looks ae if it hud narrowed down to a race be tween J udge Parker and Congress man llenrnt, both of the great state of New York. WasliioiKin Lsttcr u Last evening at the irquoios Club at Clticago, Lieut.-Gen. iMiles made an effort to repair his boom which has been some-wh.it fractured bygetting tangled up with some "dry" material that has escaped from the Prohibition camp. He could not speak freely about the subjugation of the Fili pinos, the -'taking ever" of Pana ma, or even the Eastern war, so that his speech was sure to be perfunctory and commonplace. I n t., 1 t n 1 uesdav there was mtro- duccd into the Senate a bill pro viding for a civil government for the Panama canal zone. There is exPected tobe a population 1 -. .i-l,;i 1 . U.IAAl U Ilia LJ1C CttilLl lJl IO UIl- ' ' y cesf of construction. There is to t , , be no involuntary servitude, or imprisonment for debt, which is gooa, since some -10,000 coolies or ; negroes will be imported an mAAB rn .,,nrL. -v t1, vr ,,m.(, ., macic to work at tile ery iQVrest wages. Reliion is to be free I t . im : . which will enable the Chinese t, ""-JlIlJll 111 IMC t -1 1 1 11HS31UI1 WU have executive authority, vu$ ,uul tn. auic tu liilM llt-i tltiu ; laws:-these powers beiti"- del. ' .mted to them bv Concrress ltu lu u,r,u " v-out,e"v here Conjrress got the right to transfer to seven citizens of te United States the power to in? te and enforce laws, is a que? n which no really "patriotic" pers.m wlU cver ask , ., , , , .', 1 lie terrible trai'etlv on boriti ti,- HtW w- , l tile hattlesllip MlSSOUTl has SC. ! every official hereto think ,, , . , , Thsy are asking each other "Is there not to much rivalrv? jln we no' having too many ponder toiiriianients? Are we trllo that vc are m-c ,, . atrrnuoii'i h tl we arc uu and foolish? Are we all "Hurrah fot tile next that There will be lively times ill ' PnbJisIiers Associatl.-..)!, ble:;k,ast- I , .. . ,, , '' Av tne " mu: ?'"lnc fOc-n slu.Cli la tecoveimg. ppatujNr Gen. Payne is n fti.lv,cston afflicted with tbegont. Come to the poei-ollice nuA '.. t j wa shtiw yuu our spectacles ai 5,1 Uv. eacii. Ik Pric: of Copper. That copper is scheduled for n rise. in pricw stem to be a foregone oonolneion. The combined export arid cnnnuir.pilon is now In exoeaa of producuion by 23,700 tone, with every ood reason for belief that he loreign deraaud will oonlinu tbroAtfhent the rnr. C'oprir PTportH have averigod abuui 'ivLOGO toiin monthly, whil he hom consuaipSion is about 17,000 tons monthly end the pri. dnction :s only 31,000 torn raoiiib. ly 12,000 tons less than the do tnnnd. Thus the stock of copper hes beer) Rnd is being constantly dirpiulshd. The production, In-fitt-ed of int'rroslng, hus nftually 1 1 (eased1 for one year ngo the figures shoWoti a total prodaclion of 21,000 tons monthly, whilo now we nre prodaciog 4,000 tons less tbsti was thi case twelve months bade. And, wlint is more to the noint. 'here --jfuis to be no itnnie4i t proe)e't:t (J nil increased output. All thi. being true, it would seem te tbe most nitnral thing for bo pripe ui copper to advance, as the atoek, is depleted, and it is not ut of place to predict 15-ocnt supper Ht;d visibly a hitfher (jrice. I his will enable properties not now iperatii.;; to start up. It will re UirH, i i ihe Aiiuiou of tha lest ia l.iriu.'tl, the pru luclion of exactly j ji.OOO tqns 11iL.ro copper mouthly to yki tin price down to the present i ,111.0.. It uot being possible to. ni.tdiu the iuoreaaied ontput, it is ibpar;Ut ihtl pttoei will rice stead il for u time ut least. Ores and lit.'Wii. I Coxtly Pnpal Glf. 10 XIII. receivetl many costly pres snts wf.llo he was pope, and at hla death they did not become the proper ty of hi. beirs, but were placed in the rnpal treasury. The most notshle of those sjlfi i -nd their estimated valua nre as follows: A Jewek 1 vase, pre sented by the prince of Monaco. $30, 000; a lar e diamond, presented by Queen Ictnrla, $100,000; a golden cro. 1 hv the czar, $200,000; a rin - b id yevcral rubles, which were a pi ft from I is sultan, $200,-100; a triple crown presented by the emperor of Germany, ' . CO: a rare copy of the Hible. ir.;r, by the frrand rabbi of Cerm-"r- 8100,000; a sts'ue of tho Apof a 3 bn, wbleh was a gift from the Knl I Is of the Order of Bt. John. $000,00"; a Rotden chalice, presented by the ' tr.r nf Orecce, $100,000: a t.ra, rresentrd by the Catholics nf Purls, 1200,000; an opal ring, which was. riven hv the shah of Persia, $50,011; a croB of gold and diamontls, present ed by the Catholics of Brazil, $600,000 N. Y. Iltrsld. Ouwr Craveynrd. A stem 'hip filled with bones ar rived t Now York. The bones wera. the skeletons of cattle gathered on the grci? tdalns of South America. They Bre'Shlpped here to bs gnund ln;o fe;- lllzers. The longshoremen And In "--r'v evcy carco a human bone- -all that Is Iff of some '-nor fel low who .'led on hc piains. Tbisv reenonsiblB for a iuer little jfPave yard nenr the ferMHzlei ptaat, Th workmen have strict orders never 'o grind up a human bone It c'ei o'-.t to a ii tie fanead sTravsyard e'-d burled. Mmy of the graves are net. more lhan two feet loop, but they nra. as carefully covered m though they cor'alned entire skeletons. N. Y, Times. It Mnl.ru a Difference, "JenUlns is a quser duck." "What's he done cow?" "Why. las! Bight he fretted tir.d fumed. and finally slanred. bec:'.i.r-. his- wife took three mlnutt:, lo drrts for t ear, ride out to the par!:, and laEt wel: he sat in an open boat in the hoi, broiling sun from two o'cloe'.; until six without getting a bite, and enjoyed It." IJalUuiore News. ..... j V !