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BRIDGEPOBT, MONO COUNTY, CAL., SATURDAY. AUGUST <!, IS!) 


VOL. XXXI. 


MISCELLANEOUS. 


CHRONICLE-UNION, 


IRISH HOSPITALITY. 

TU PMiltor Trait of a Peasant Shown 
■a a Cap of Tea. 

Com Inf is tired from a long walk, I 
went to my room to He down, lays» 
writer in liarper's Bazar, and on my 
way left a message for Mary: “Tell 
Mary to make me a cup of tea—strung 
and bring it upstairs.’* 

In the course of time there appeared 
at my door Mary’s round, smiling face, 
surrounded by its curly kinks of hair, 
that. In turn, was surmounted by the 
green and gold metal butterfly which 
waa its dally adornment. 

“It's an Irish cup of tea I’m bringin’ 
you, ma'am," she said. 

“An ‘Irish cap of tea,’ Mary! Ami 


CEYLON AT CHICAGO. 

All the Product! of Ike ■•land to lie Rep- 
raoentrd ut the World's Fair, 
lion. J. J. Grinlinton, Ceylon commis¬ 
sioner to the Columbian exposition, will 
make srningcinents for the exhibits 
from Ceylon. Mr. Grinlinton, whose 
service with the English forces in the 
Crimea was distinguished and brilliant, 
is slxty-tim-c years of age, and has l>eou 
for many years identified with the In¬ 
dustries and llie development of Ceylon. 
This remote and enterprising island is 
making very lil>eml preparations for an 
extensive display at Chicago, nnd it is 
certain to be one of the most at tractive 
and interesting of the whole fuir. Mr. 
Uriniiatuu will remain in tlmruuntry 
until ’July, completing his urrange* 
rm-nts, und will then leave for Ceylon, 
to return early In JS!>:i with a staff of i 
twenty native assistants. These, in- 1 
sides actiii ' as att ■iiilanls, will give ex- [ 
hlbitions of native amusements, games 
and ceremonies. Mr. Grinlinton bringh ' 


FR3.V1 THE PHONOGRAPH. 


Unole Bam Has Been Making Some 
Changes. 


EXPORT OT 

PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR. 


Hew » Man Celt Wlieii II* Meant Ilk 

Words l>|>rst«<l. 

I p town tli.-re !s a phonograph, and 
the i:|...i who i> mi nin',' it is a hotel 
owner, says tli • I.e vi: t in Journal. Ho 
bud a i : .'l,.r i ; »tly whose ''dander" 
vv., up. The i , '«,:ii was quite full of 

.a: - th. 1 caller had un insane do- 

• give his man n *'piece of hia 
d. ' I! dfci o. lie l>eratctl him up 

II nail > u. He didu't leave him, oa 
'•>' > • or:' ■'! It, in any kln<l of shape. 

Cie I r :> the olijeet of the attack 
.i.al on the counter by his side the pta>- 

• *'• :>•!• in action, only tho caller 
h'di't 1;now It. Mien he had Br-.ihed 
th' I. ' man said: 


AL1X. C. FOLGBR- BOBT. M. FQLQE1- 

P«Mtlk«4 hj 

tt. M. Sc A. O. FOLGER 


A» Imu« uf llantLotue Treasury Note* 
fluon to IS' .Vludu — I >..!«„• In¬ 
tended tu lErmler Ciiuntrr- 
faltlug Impossible, 


JO TflE HON. W. H. VIRDEN, JUDGE OF 
THE 8CPERI0R COURT OF THE COUNTY 
OF MONO, BTATE OK CALIFORNIA: 

V. M. Walien, Public Administrator of Mid 
County, respect fully makes this bla return of 
all Estates u( Decedents which havo noma Into 
his hands and which still remain unsettled 
on the UOth, day of June, law. In puri'iance 
of tba provlalous of Section 1731, of the Code 
of Civil Procedure. 

LETTERS GRANTED. 

Withers Robson. January 8tiL 1891. 

Jacob Weaver, January St. l*#l 
J.X. Demise*, July 261 h. IBM. 

Ab Quoaa Tta, Jaty nth, 18*1 
William Mooney. July ‘Aid, 1881. 

Ah Weou. July 81st. 1881. 

William H. Stanton, September 19th, 1891. 

ij APPRAISED VALUE OF ESTATE. 

William Roheon. 85S780 

Jacob Weaver. — *88 


drancrl. 


OFFICE: 

aot and School Street*, 
t House Block). 


what is that?" 

“It b a cup flowin' into tho saucer, 
ma'am." 

I laughed as l.took the “Irish cup of 
tea." “Walt and take down tho cup, 
Mary.” And Mary stood beamingly be¬ 
side me while I drank the tea. “So that's 
the kind of cup you get at home, Mary, 
ia it—tho tea running into tho saucer?" 

"Oh, yes. tpa'am," she said. "When 
ye give a cup of tea to a friend, ye're 
not givin’ plenty unless it’s flowin’ into 
tho saucer. We’d not be insultin’ a 
friend wid a cup that wasn't full. At 
homo it’s mane ye are if ye don’t fill the 
cup rnnsrin’ over.” 

It is the fashion to-day to prefer Ger¬ 
man, Swede or Danish servants to Irish. 
The Irish have, indeed, many faults, 
and those of us who daily bear with 


•. 1 i o d.ine." was the reply. 

,t oae i!niM”nt," wns the rejoinder; 
im ; no in hear wlmt you Bald," 
>' '•* a ilc:w. phonograph waa re- 
..ml the record [irnm in need 
h the machine so that ho could 


.OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. 


II. virden. 


Superior JndRe . 

Sheriff and 
Cou>itr c,er *> AiiuR 

Recorder 
jeasurer. 

Istrlet Attorney. 
ohnJ. Welch. 

1 /, M- Walter*. 

Superintendent 

Supervisor, 

Supervisor, 

Supervisor, 

Supervisor, 

Supervisor, 

Board Oi Supcrv 
at'the County ses 
Bonder of January. 


M.'J. Cody. 
John D#Mnrphey. 


josephA^Bmwn 

, As»es*or 
Public AdminUtraior. 
oriieltR Richards. 
Wllltam Calnan. 
WtlHum Mtewart. 
Walkln Morgan, 
n b lluuewlll. 
Henry A Pitt*. 
Regular Session* 


A ii‘ .h over* pro, d tlie caller’s face, 
rle li .te.u d in v,'under ii.mt surprise. As 
II. • an l epithet;. Ik>wed nut of tbs 
..a. iii’ii'. t!iee«:sict repriKluetion of hia 
' v >'■ tion, lie mo veil atvny, and 
lien : !l e.:. i il i::e a inim more sheep* 
'' 1 ”'l a'.fiiiined could not bo found. 
<**! lie. oil ■;; moment's thought, turn* 
io tin 1 I. lyiston man: “I Imre hml 
■'•In bio le-.smj., lXo man who would 
like .!iat it. public hastily right to 
■ red. I want .you to puli that 

■ ' .I. "ti call it, off from that ms-* 
•lii;ie u.iij giro il to mo.'^1'bL’:pji.|jr fur 

it v.vi. done, and the caller stood t>r 

■ i •’..ter uttering apoiogk-a and 

l ' ’ u ' » pieces the wax cylinder) 

.!ihl c.>.il.il,)ei| id., remarks. * 


Coroner A 
._..t ot Schools 
First District. 

BrC.'inl District. 

1 hlrd District. 

Fourth District « 

Fifth Dtstrlrt 

C 9 ^V°Prl'.Ueport, on the ri 

’ April jSly and October 


William Robson . » j 

Jacob Weaver. . .*} W 

J. K. Denison .-. HW “V 

Ah tpioug lla « 

Will "in Mooney. AJJL#* 

Ah Woon .. 180 00 

William H. Btantem— rrT. . aO 

FEES AND EXPENSES PAID BY ADMINIS¬ 
TRATOR FUR BENEFIT OF ESTAiE. 

Willi im Robson . Il'JC 0) 

Jacob Weaver. . ljO uo 

J. K. Denlaou. ll >0 00 

A li (Juoiik i ia *07 ITi 

Wilil.im Mooney •>'" •** 

Ah W.g^ T _ l’JS 00 

WillisJ^^rStanton . luO l)U 

jfclALA-NCK CASH IN HANDS OF 
* ADMINISTRATOR. 

William Robson —• None 

Jacob Weaver None 

J. K. Denison None 

Ah yuoug Hit . $ 271 10 

William Mooney. None 

Ah Woon . ....... 02.8) 

William H. Stanton. lou »u 


MISCELLANEOUS 


virtues of t! 


^ Irish peasant girln. 
They havo man/ a virtue. The Irish 
cup of tea is not a bad exponent of the 
national character as, we soe it dis¬ 
played in ouy kitchens. Generous to 
lavishness, careless to sloppiness, quick* 
tempered^but kind-hearted, and wann 
as an Irish cup of tea is warm, and just 
about ns much to be depended upon if 
something of a more substantial nature 
does not go with it. - 
But an Irish cup of tea is a good greet¬ 
ing to one who is tired or cold, nnd, as 
we drain it, we find in the bottom ofthe 
cup the pretty bit of Irish p. ietryy ^ v 
“A cup flowin’ over Tor a lYlfmr 1 

VALUE OF EVEN TEETH. 

Public Speaking Interfered with by Irrcg. 

Ulnr Molars—Doutlutry's Progress, 

Speaking with distinctness and 


C/’P“ COLONY'S PLAN. 

■ lip..! I ■■Ultiil I'roposeil far th* lisps 

« iii,n. . - 

i - r .i! on is in Receipt of an. np- 
" ' '' t'f" 1 ‘otntnissloiL from 

j. f »r nn allotment ofthree 
I ‘t > I iirei' thousand nnd five 
; 1 .••>: feet in the manufac- 

■ •." )i ; This is in addition to 
11 1 1 1 ' iiiaj.' bv the Colony in 

.un"'--It is proposed to 
il.il into four courts: Tho 
11 * ’ dir :' 1 *' a display of ostrich 
in the rough and dressed 
. iiij .a^' iimntier of stuffeil 
-i.*'.'i ifi luirpintange, ostrich eggs, 

1 ... of incubution. Tho 

■ -how fleeces of wool anti 
h i’. i uses, maps nnd stutla- 
i.f 'li' 1 colony, stuffed Angora 

< t.i. fu tite third court will be 

. "i n.iGvc production In saina, 
V.Vu’ bh's, etc. The^fourtli 
" ■!). e'.hibit curiosities in tho 

■ i i ll 'a..ir - ornaments, kenesaea 

. weapons, beiuis, etc. . 

'? < d to erect n^small Kaffir 

1 "T 1 i -is un office for the coni* 
i-lfliXti Nfal a.v man und wife in 

< iae will be imported aa 
■ i:i iiddithm it is expected 

’ a real Bushman and a 
'• '■'■ iio will also be in native 
i’ * > j ct to tho regulation* of 


. , ., _ com¬ 

fort depends much upon a full mid even 
set of teeth. If they are crowded nnd 
irregular, or if thero i3 now and then 
ono missing, it affects the voice at once 
and io very annoying to others who arc 
•obliged to listen, to It. Public speakers 
often tail to produce the effect they de¬ 
sire upon their hearers from this cause 
and arc not conseious^of it themselves. 
Nothing contributes more to the beauty 
of tho features than a perfect, regular, 
clean set of teeth, while a neglected, 
diseased mouth disgusts every beholder.. 
Such things arc noticed nowadays much 
more than formerly and good teeth and 
n sweet breath arc considered indis¬ 
pensable to every lady and gentleman. 

Filling tlie teeth is the only means of 
preserving them when decay com¬ 
mences. Tho science of dentistry ia 
now so far advanced that the skillful 
operator can save and restore the teeth 
leven where they hove been badly do I 
cayed and nbccsscd. 


A NOVEL FEATURE. 

Carrfst rigmins to Contest for » 
Prize. 

One of tlie inten'xting'fcaturcs of the 
livestock exhibit at tlu: fair will l>e the 
libern^ion of large numbers of homing 
pigooiw. c ltibltC’V by brooder?; from fill 
parts of Vie country. Bre.'detr. of these 
pigeons tire anxious for a contest ut the 
fair. George W, (.'hild», of I'liiludel-j 
pltia, is iuiere.'.l*':! in the contests, and! 
hasnffered a prize, under eert.iin candy 
ticn.., wliieii will encourage the training 
of birdri for the f.-ijf. Many other prizes 
have inTun promised. 

un riff tlie large numlierof sugges- 
tb'iis.’a to the show. Some faneirrs sug¬ 
gest that tness.>nger lofts Ik- cstablislied . 


General 


of Distribution filed herein. 

Ill the mutter of the Estste of John K. Deni¬ 
son, bfct'tcieil. the Admlnlstritiion bus been 
c o»ed, mid the Administrator dlstfll irged. 

Statk of Califorsia, I 
County of Mono. ) 

I).- M. Wiiltvs, hetiiK dnlv sworn, depose 
uml v, .hit hi L the Fahllc AlinlnUtr 1 
lor o ini' C'. mtv of Mono. 8t it« of Cttllfornl , 
anil t"< . t i.unr l.> i . ill, true and oorrcc: 
relurn of ul tin- Kslutcs lierclu above named; 
III ll lie K not, mill m. not it any I’.me Inter- 
r.i.il iii Die expenditure of ntiy kind mndenii 
iie.iiuit of any e.tite he administered, nor I 
lie issneliitiMf in tin-bless or otherwise with 
any one so interested. 

D. M. WALTERS. 

Public Administrator. 

Subscribed mill sworn to before me thU27tii 
diy of June, 18'J2. 

|La] CHAS. L. HAYES. 

Notary Public. 

Indorsed: 

Report of Public Administrator for the Half- 
Year eiidlna June .°0, 1K>2. 

Cfl as. I, If ayks, Attorney for D. M. Walter*. 
Filed June 27.1812 J 1>. Murphey, Clerk. 
|Jy2-6w1 


C’/UHNET 1 , 


lii’iioLpi'n-iJi' 1 * 


Some wonderful 
cases have been presented in the lar.t 
few years of teeth seemingly beyond 
the hope of saving, where the science 
ond skill of modern dentir.try has re¬ 
stored them ngain Jfi usefulness, much 
to the joy anrK surprise of the patients. 
Fifty years ago the great study of the 
dentist was how to make artiAcini 
teeth; now, according to the Domestic 


“*.' 1 ' f Quc>en Anne’s greatcap- 

t ,m nr.- briiiij|iied, anti, in what some 
I i : •' I : . s l-.uvc eonsklereti its scath- 

. U> ° ,,lHast <'rs of Blenheim 
md I n’.ufli ., an- Is-lieved to have been 
avenged. Dat the fact is really the 
\ f r if read appreciatively 
’ . .a: ilir,,u U" expresses the wide- 
•error oeeasioned by tho mer* 
na’nc of HI, i lieim's hero and the cxal- 
| " a t'b’ I_tv l, 'h when they heanl 

of I im death. The “nomplainto” is sup. 
in "I to Imvo come from the Walloon 
eorntry, and it was unknown in tha 
I V : 't ejipi'al until fifty years after 
M.iiibiwNttigb.'s death, when tho Plo- 
md.V p „;.t w’oman, coming up to V*r- 
saiiles to uurso the baby dauphin, 
brongiit it with her and sang her little 
baby shgrgdto sleep with the old 
jingling rhyme. From this “Marl- 
bnmek" Ixx umo popular in Paris, and 


tir l-.iar, ov.d.or r’l.-.g i . ! , ; 
I plele in itself— 1 ’•.'•nr-tin I'.y, 

I »r three days of pr , 

merely to eontpoM- tlv mrib 
formula. Kv.-n v.iGt the, f„ri 
bu»d the eriiiiinut engraver <:< 
set the machine so’ns tp copy 
ture. 

An admirable example of llfl 
work will be found in the new 
lur cer'iliento v.lnn it is iv--.it ' 
middle of the hack is a In nib i fi 
of ltd he engr,g. tvhi, 1, 
one of tlm dissolving ki.ij ji, 
terns thrown by » r,iygi<- li. i i . 

a while sheet. But. Ili<-must e 
of sil the.designs is the In-a-’i 
for one thousand doilnrs. whirl 
wheel llmt is a marvel of dis oni 
trieaey, 'I he flfty-ilollur note 
ciently snaky in the tuanner 
in lorn mint to irxeit" a tremor 
toper who would e’lam-e J; f.. ri 
In eollulMiration v.dlh the Iatii 
er, the eneraverof letters mui Mi 
mental engraver have ".vtictide 


BEND FOR CATALOGUE, 


Notice to Creditor*. 

'STATE OF ALICE MAY SCfU’MAN, DF. 
(OcHseil. Notice I* hereby Riven by the un- 


present: aay w centering upon, the one 
great work of saving the natural tooth. 

A CHILD’S BARGAIN. 

■he Purchased an Infant at a Orest Sac¬ 
rifice. 

The following true story Is told in tho 
“Journal of Emily Shore.” It illus¬ 
trates tho truth that if one really de¬ 
way 


Soientiflo America* 
, Agency for 


Notice i* hereby Riven by the un- 
dorrlRnod, Executor of the Estste of Alice M ly 
acluimsn, deceased, to the creditor* of, and 
•II permm* htvItiR claims sgstnst the (aid 
deceased, to exhibit them with the neceianry 
vouchers, within four months after the first 
publication of this notice, to the said Execu¬ 
tor at the Law Office of Wm. O. Parker, BrldRe- 
port, Menu County, California, this being the 


is to purchase it 
tunity occurs. 

A little girl near us was one day play¬ 
ing before tho house, when a woman 
appeared and begged a few pence. Nho 
had a baby in her arms, and the child 
was so delighted with the little thing 
that she asked the woman if she would 
sell it to her. 

“What will yon give for it, miss?” 
was tho counter-question. 

“Ilalf-a-crown." 

“Very well," said the woman. “Let’s 


puri, niiiiu LDiiiiiyi uNiuuru _ 

l-pt»ee for receiving the >sme.'< - 

M. J. CODY 

Executor of the Estate of Alice May odiu¬ 
ms n, deceased. 

Dated at Bridgeport, Mono Co. Cal., June 18th, 
1892. Iy2-4W 


is pnbUo by • notice given frso of cbsigo In UM 


jfaientifif ^ttwifan 

Lamst circulation ot any scientific paper In tbo 
wotMT Pi'Ienrfltlljr illustrated. No 'nteMlaent 


front rank. It is announced that the 
gold and silver nuggets to lx.- shown by 
that Mat 11 alone art: worth a quarter pf 
3 niilli"ii tteilsfs. There liftsTuVn' i«YnTj*~ 
a splendid collection of native gold 
specimens, from all the ricltci.t milling 
districts A single collection, vitlucil at 
sixty thousand dollars, lias already 
been secured. This will be supple¬ 
mented by the finest collections, se¬ 
cured ns loan exhibits. The exhibit 
will be both technical anil ceonotuie in 
its eharaetcr, showing a scicntiile 


r' w-c und- leave yoar roygI 


oEWI^G MACinXLS. 


It was pnxluced, and the sale made. 
Tho little jpdlmk the baby, carried it 
upstairs and laid it on her Iv-l- and, 
after she had fondled it “cn jugh for 
onoe,” s -funpored away d jwii .tairs. 
calling to her mother: 

“Mamma, mamma! I’vo got a live 
doll! I always wanted ono, and now 
I’ve got it" 

The baby was found, and tho story 
frankly told, but though the beggar 
woman was sought all over the town, 
no traco of her could be discovered. 
Meanwhile the baby’s little “owner" 
so hard that it should be kept 
that the parents yielded, and the living 
doll becamesa household blending 


, In '-is lo enjoy this Virginia’s best,” 
•v , thi- polite remark when tho mint 
i tl ’P wits brought in, Whon tb* door 
'■ its opened un hour later the prtnoa 
was alone anil the great cut-gtaa* 
ll iron was empty. Ever since that 
tin:i tb; 1 room has l>ccn known as t)» 
pi i >’ 1 f ’.v .tics’room. 11 was occupied 
;tf! rv. ard by the marquis of Ixime and 
I’rin- . I>ouiMe. J)ori bar I os. count 
of I’.tri. and < tlier notables. Th* fl^guii 
was lo t in reebuetruction ilaya. 


I>w Mfe« reft. 

The exposition authorities are anx* 
ec .Hi.' till t/f-the slates and territorlaa 
a!.. -It it--ml to erect buildings a* tha 
• 1 <>*■ 'ion urd which have not yot sub- 
i ii plana for approval do so at tba 
icv; fv)< slide moment. Very aoo^ a 
t M v. ill be specified beyond which 
j>!a ' ul not l>e accepted. May X ta 
■l -'ha likely to Iio chosen. The dn- 
ituiud f space is so grant tha* dslin- 
‘I'lciit (.lute urc liable to lose tba sitaa 
tliat bare boon assigned to tbenx. 


I 'mm t and ftmltty. 

"GporTe," i he said. “If you must go 
(.A)’hoar was one in the morning) 
pmiuise nAe one thing." 

•V a \ill, C -jL" he replied. “What 

IS It?^ " 4-^ 

“Ltop and te’ the butcher to *snAy 
up rome lor '» chops for breakfast." ‘ 

/ -J so they parted.—Judge. 


THE MbV* HOME SEWING MACHINE 
COMPANY, 

Pacific Department—Distriouting Oflfiee. 
7S5 Market Street, History Building, 
SAN IBANGI600. 


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■EIDGEFORT, AUGUST C. 1893. 


l l U f l I M the Brlitirpnrl P piUB tt tt 
Baeond-Claai Matter. 


UFMU) II fTOPFES. 

- REPUBLICAN RATI OOffYIMlOR 

II tkaiw la anjUUng iu these UnllaJ _ , _ ~ 

Staua 4* bring out people and Court*- to _ Th * B *P“ bli “» «Uia Conventions, 

a tana* ol datj, Iu devising way. and meant ° aor,,n * n '° “»• <ollo*lng reaoln- 

to step tha im mania immigration front Eu- 


NEW TD-DAT. 

CHAPTER CXI. 

Aa Act to provldi for tile iaauot tf 


* --•• v *~ mi o ... **vn *v viviiui IUI WlO IHUiUQI II g-- > 

it Ihooid ba th* lloma.uad tronbiaa. *“ * ul ; “«* »*• of SUU bond* to craata n fund witMh* 


REPUBLICAN NOMINATIONS. 

POK PRESIDENT. 
BENJAMIN HARRISON, 

Ol Indiana. 

TOR VICE-PRESIDENT. 
WBITELAW REID, 

T OI New York* 

FOR CONGRESS. 

Second Dlilnct. 

JOHN F. DAVIS, 
of Calaveras. 


[Kaw York Praia |. 

TARIFF PICTURE!. 


tna BOArd of 8Ut« Harbor Cotnmia- 


"O' tb * < “* r * ‘ far depot In the City mad County of 

lid !‘i‘2 r " b * P r,ncl P , “ • nun ; Ha Pranciaco; to crania a ainkinF ftmd 
'*t? in tha platform _an<j resolution# of for the Peyaeftt of aaid bonds. and nra . 


■■naral election la be balden In lha month ol 
Kovaiub**, A. D. elghlaaa hnndrad and aiaely- 
tvo. Tha eoala or aoeh publication .hall ba 
paid ant oI tha Oanaral Fund, on Coataoller’i 
warranu duly drawn lor that porpaoa 
Baa lx Tbla Act map bn known and citod 
aa lha " Han Franclaeo Da pot AeL” 

Bac. IX Alt Aata nr part* of Aata tn aendM 
wlihjft* provisions of this Aat am KaraA. ta- 

MiSCELLANEOUs! 


PROFESSIONAL CASH. 


TO VOTERS. 

RE-RBOISTRATION 07 VOTERS. 

B Y AN ORDER OF THE BOARD OF Su¬ 
pervisors, taada at Ibo January aaaaion 


r,a vr-.-r-n a«.vw »>»<Wiad that alrik. ar. lorrignam nnd •• ®xi*#eM.. of iu view. on tha fan Uf»mn ef ! renertl terry And DABM- fflintl T ANWUTR 

ran francuco AecNTe. not d t)M> Uniiod Suue. They o( tb " da * T * k gwr depot in the City nud County of MWiKM AWIwtlp. 

*. C. DaKE—M trrhju j‘ Kxchang. *"“ U ~ “ d «*» **" olJh ,h.' ^ ' 

fctTaaiiigigjgr»- r:r.tr,rr;. b ‘^r. ".re as— to voters . 

A 1 FOZ 1 ICAX XOKDUTIOXS k>» •«*»•■ ibrrtadu, a 1 ! ■‘•'•““J Co ;' TH. [ p/o P iaJ ,d ,! Ur01117 ‘ 18931 ' a *‘ a * 0IJTEATI0 * or TOnn. 

_ WAOM and if il.wtr ^ *aupUd it JCiftBMpohfl JoDft 9, THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OP CA UFOR- —- 

® ODOB 1892. nlB, rfpriicotcd in tfiuit* and Akaenblr do T3Y AN ORDIS OF THE BOARD OF II!. 

FOH MBDIPENT. compiled with tti«y turn to *L(1 de»tro? tbt Resolved, Tbit «• hereby pledge the € “ -ct •* *ohowi: B f*rvi*or*, made ml lb* Jen aery mnaIod 

BENJAMIN HARRISON, proparty of tha.. who b.v. Leon inairn- Z ™*™*'*■•*£« «f the luTO^pa^a'^rbTOrt^V^b? «u«^. U .nd 

Of Indiana. menUl in putUng braad into tha moallia of „ paD l w p,r1 ^ *° tk * nomineea of tha authorlied io ba Incurred by lha Board ol auta or>Jc '* <1 - 

™» vm-fhm wz*t. •.»«"- ..a -iu-, .h. .on,. “s^sarasSB-si!: sj JsagyusssritaK k: sshk 

WHITELAW REID, wiae aUnra. Had thia wholraala ioflux of Nallonal Republican L.agoa ol ibe United In t£e cl^v and Countr 'of ^ 5 P«*nXo* t "'a ^ *'*KCINCT8 Iu lb. Couuty, will oomtueuc. 

, Ol N.w York*' * CnlD 01 Ear °P 8 ^ ‘—I’ f. l g ?Lmg d u.‘w. «Wdof SlStteSS^Jg: BATCBDAY, .he Both DAI of JULY, 1804, 

•* r * - trouWm InXri W °u d h Th D ° ,n0h M* b ° r * ,,1 ‘ li ‘ Tie, of »^d ^aloomt them-Ao tha in Lhe^^au"'^^h^ h< ;^Wl'.cd w «d RUST BE COMPLETED WITHIN 45 DAYS. 

• FOR CONGBKSS. troutnea in thia country, Thera would noi ranka ol the Republican party and to active * n l! 5* fl cn * 1 P ot *° «*ceed all hundred th"U»-I A11 voter, ihould h« to it that their unnea 

q ■ TM.idni **• • ibouaand men after every tittle job participalion of the affaira ofBtate. alriy d a}!ef^he?«li» t ne!. r *f , i'h 0r kreproperlyref Utered. 

,hoW * d , '“ 11 ,b * market, a. „ Tb *' tb * Bapublic.o party ol ^ TShwzY Clerk 

JOHN F. DAVIS. there ar* now ... . Cal,,orni » baa alwaya atood for the mateiial oI ,' he HUI « of California: oue ... , . J. D MUKPUEY, Clerk. 

of Calavarat are now. Our Slata priaoua would developmmt o» the State and believina h!n !f?J!i d A^Ii ,ld "’ ll ' ,l *» denomluatl.m of ooe (Be*tatartni A*«ula will be appointed Iu each 

of Cavern.. not be filled wllh th. de.per.do. .hipped lhat in^ra.aed faemti,. oi tr.n.SSou 

by foraign Government, to thia country.— boib by water and rail Will conduce to tbut j. wo hundred ami dfiy bond,. In die dcuomln,- ——— 1 

(New York Pre»a|. ^jp'he galea should be abut, and none but * n< i ^ deraauda from the general Govern. {re^fT.m'tX^h.ll^'ex^md t?** Wh °’? O0TVT 0 

TARIFF PICTURE!. |tb. worthy ahonld be allowad to enter tbi. ““! Joctrol'of'ttS P KS^ d 'C.Sl'wd _ H0TELS> _ 

- I country from foreign porta, and the law. the liberal expenditure of money to improve aVthe 1d »‘®' » h allbe 

The tin plate industry waa one year old of our country and the reipectiva State, our harbor, and.iuternal walerwavi, and it expiration of uluetet u year, from^he'I^date^ ALLEN HOUSE, 

an the Aral day of thia month. Daring tha .honld be auch that every foreigner, note iDT ‘‘« B *o build into the Bute other ®^ d .h 0 ,"/ 1 ' f ,b h ,d ‘ the flrat day of Jan'u uumnnnET Wflyn pnimTT 

tr^ nuri.r n/ in nl.t.nn, *. mol. . .. , ... J . * . and competing Iranacontinental line, of YJa k Jii £ l * hte *“, huudred and ninety three, HBlIJuJBFOR.T, MONO UNTT, 

Aim quarter o< iia extatenne wa made naturalised eitUen, on conviction of crime ,.n—.. JTujJ? _I , “ and ,hall be payable on the flrai day ni Janu .... 

bo, nog . ... . . ’ .. . ‘ railway, pledging proUotion and support to *ry. A D. nineteen hundred .Miw.k! Th. CALIFOBIHA 

, w. ’ xhould be aent back to th* country from all the in,trumen(alitiea exiatlng and to ex- intercut accruing on «ald bond, shall be due 

pound*; daring the aeoond quarter, which ba came, and by tbi* mean, we i»t that may promote the general welfare *ntheVr*.t davrif'iSnaTf! 0 * Tr,! » ,urr ' First-Olass In Its AppOint- 

1,409,821 would weed our fair land of the nndeaira- and B' ve *° the people the benefit of the July of each year; provided,'^hat ‘hWra'pay- TlTGntfl 

ponnd.; during the third quarter bl. cl... of foreigner* who are terrorizing "LltveTJhaTihe Secretary of thia con- _. - } v _ . _ . .. .. 

3.004,087 the country. Every Congressional oandi- veution will be inairuoted io telegraph pur theretofore l“u"d ‘^AMhe^xnirnM* h * v r ° b .**“ ^ liYofy and Feed Stable connected 

POonde. and during the fourth quarter over j», e ibouJd be pledged to rote and give an repreaeDtntive* in the Senate of the United t**} year, Irom the dale of laid bond, ThVy with tlle HoteL 

8,000,000 e.rneat aupport to meaanre. looking to a 8t»tea urging the immedtiU p.aaage of the IhJtl “"fhirithTev'K'ame^ „T}>* patronage of the Public re.peetfutl, 

pounda. And 2,090,000 pounda more are Rto ppage of thia damnable invaaion ol the bl11 “°* r P* ndlD « io tbttt bo '?• ^ "m»if LEWIS A MURPHKY 

rapreaautad in article, made of American eotlII1 0 f Europe. The candidate who will Tboma. R. Bard, of Ventura, and J.i.eph ^tgned hj thc oov^nor; ^ime^lrl.cd^y ,hJ 

shv«l Iromr sImI and then lioned or terne no # trr to alon ih{« immicrr ft Un.k a >xn«Tri Cani P* >e ^i Frnncieco, were elect I^ r * ewd Treemirer,end shaJI -—.- 


pound*. And 2,090,000 pounda more are R t 0 ppage 0 f thia damnable invaaion ol the 
rapreaautad in article* made of American iot , m of Europe. The candidate who will 
■beat irowr steal and then tinned or terne no j | 0 ,| 0 p , b j g immigration should be 
platad. All thi* growth i* ou account of ( e ( t 4t borne, 
art advance of the duty from a free trade or _ 


HOTELS. 

ALLEN HOUSE, 

BEIDGEP0ET. MONO COTJMTT, 
CALIFORNIA. 


The patronage of the Public respectfully ■» 
llclted. ,■ 

mySO-lf LEWIS A. MURPHKY. 


H- M. XDDT. 

attorney at hAV 

ARB 

DISTRICT ATTORJTRT, 
BRIDGEPORT. MONO CO, AAR. 

CaUlornta?*"* '"* Utb * ConzU 
Uodi Mlnlnf, ta4 Weifr b ^ 

Omen—Court Homo. 


CHARLES L. MRTMt 

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. 

NOTARY PURUC. 
BRIDGEPORT. MONO COUlfTT, a it. 

FRAME P. WTL1ARD. 

ATTORNEY AT LAW. 

BO DIE, MONO COONTT. CALIFORNIA* 

Water Right). Land and Mlalag lit 
gationa apaclalty. <T M 


w. O. PARKER, 
Baiboironr, Cax 


P. W, lilt RETT, 

BncsTos.emL 


BMMMITT ft PASSXS, 

ATTORNEYS AT LAW. 

BRIDGEPORT. MONO COUNTY 
CALIFORNIA. i a 


ed Electora-at Large, and George B. Cook. 


have Ole teal of the State affixed thereto. 

H T C ; 2, j Interest onupnn, ,h,n benttvehed to 


revenue level of one cent a pound to the 
protective revel of 2.2 cauls a pound. 


JO YOU! REPUBLICAN!. 


of Merced, and A. S. Hallidie, of San Fran- •"«!} bond, r-o um they m-y be r.-m,n ,.,t w | t h. 

cisco. Alternate. at-Larga. The Firat Con- ^LVned 

grentfional District nominated William C*r- ,, i t • m^ r I 1 T‘* r ‘ /l u i ,l ° Interest on any 

„ w or kb id boncJb hhdljbu paid for nny time which 


CalftYftrua County CftlftbruLftt th« Nomination * Humboldt, u Elenlor and H. W, m.iy Intervene befWeeu^prtfAtB (fT nny of said 

G...M) Uloklea of New York .lopped •* »■ °* “ A ' t * ra,,lt ' “ bJ Sue' %. Vhe IZ “ Snnffiioftir. I. I 

long enough in hi* electioneering at the Calaveraa oounty gave Hon. John F. E. W. Dnvia, of Sonoma, for Cougreva. hereby npproprlated to |.Ry the expeime that] 
Uhioago Democratic Convention to declare Davia, onr next Cougreeaman from thia. The Second District nominated George iboicu' 1,7*d He s«rd r moonr^11 bep»id 

that the duty oh champagne i. particularly Second. Dl.trict, a grand reception on hi* B. Sperry, of San Joaquin, for Elector, and C# muZnfc™! werriut^duU^raw^f^ 

burdensome, became milllomi of bottle* re{urn home B,ter bi » nomiuanon for Con- M. L. Murry, of Bu^, hi Alternete, and that purpose. 

are ahippad to Europe every year to be ship- gr«*« b y the late Republican Convention. John F. Davie, of Calavcrua, for Congress. ...tV'.mde^thi? Act b Shiiroe , di'w e<1 « t xecmed‘ 


'■ ". nnvil, OI oouoma, tor t^ougreea. ncrcuy appropriated to pRy the expense that T» n nrrnirno 

The Second District uomihfted George rabl bin'idJr^'b^^demo^n,"^ha'l 1 b^pllS N * -l*ro„rIolor 1 ' HUGHES, 


OCCIDENTAL 

HOTEL, 

Main itreet 

BODIB-.-v .CAL. 


&. 8. MUTER, 

ATTORNEY AT LAW 
Bridgeport, If oau County, Gal. 

l?. ttl * Coort, «*f Oalltoraie 

:ii“itssLiJ 5 f ,,Bi m ‘*‘ iton wn, £ar 
MISCELLANEOUS, 


are ahippad to Europe every year to be ship- gr«e* by the late Republican Convention. John F. Davi», of Calavcrua, for Congress. 

ped beck with foreign labels on them._ San Andreas on the night of July 28th wa* The Third nominated Jamca A. Wuymire 

We are glad to adroit that in one case at daooratA aa for a Fourth of July celebra- for Elector, and W. P. Harrington, of Co- 
least th* Tariff ii A tax, when it taxes the tion, and wa* crowded with visitors from Inaa, for Alternate, aud S. G. Hilbom fur 
un-AmerioanUm of our millionaire obam. *11 part* of the oonnty to receive Mr. Davig, Cougre„a. 

pagoe drinkere, who acorn to drink wine There waa rnuaio by the bands, sa In tea by The Fnnrib nominated I. Hecht for FJcc- 


,hn FJDavi,. of Caiaverua, for Congreee. ,h. bond. .ujhjjMrdtjh. TCd 

The Third nomil,Hied Jamv-a A. \\i>ynnre numbered cormeciulvely. end sealed they shall' 

r Elector, and W. P. Harring.on, of Co- gf VStSrJlSSSrrSSVSh 1 . "nS’l'n'^eT^'a? rb& Tak »l® Cn**ot Be 
aa, for Alternate, aud S. G. Hilbom for r «I» n» »«i<i Trenmrer shall deem best; but he Excelled. 

r must reject any nnd h 11 olds lor said bonds or 

)UgrH»a. any of tlirin, wcicH shall be below the par value Tlili B«ORI« ARM URftT.FLAIv 

The Four, b nominated I. Hecht for Elec Me, V c.o;^Being Healed and Kept Scrupulou.ly oiaaa. 

Vary Beat Attention, m wallas tha Bait 
Accomodations 


bearing an American label, and drink tha dynamite and firing of cannon. The re- tor, and J. It. Stetson for Alternate, aud C. £ 8 11 t i h ^jd^cl? 1 he°mu ,lr i -tpci t,1 rme , nn 0 < “ ,y lllno 

•ame wine with avidity when it it atamped ®*ptlon waa not atrictly a party affair. a» 0. Alexnuder for Congress. piece rind time of sale of aneh bonrt/shsll'be 

••imported."—N. Y. American Economiat. bU neighbore, without regard to party, The Fifth nominated H. V. Morehouse, ?, e wrpajU%\^ Courn? 

- - turned out to show their respect end esteem of Bant* Clara, for Elector, and E, F. Don- published In'tlie cli*^of'oidt/iii ri*" new * p * p,r, ‘ 

A look ovwr the fashionable proceaaiodln for their friend and neighbor wLo la to nelly, of San Francisco, for Alternate, »nd in the city of Los Angeles, and’ twopnhilsfled 

tha park driven'aa it trails its glittering represent them in Cougresa, A large open- Eugene F. Loud for ro-elaotion to Con- w e £k! prV.i?' f to'«uch C "aie.° n The* co!th ^siuch 

.length along theae bright afternoona will air meeting was held under the tree* i gress. publication shell be paid out of the San Fran- 


a iuur vvwa tua iiiuiuunuio ^ruuoHiuaju »w» iiiwii inuuu nuu uui^auur W|jg m UJ uuuj, ux onn i rnunBiu, iuf Attriuatb, nun m me ray oi ixis Angeies, find twt) published f wa 

tha park drivea'aa it trails its glittering represent them in Cougreaa. A large open- Eugene F. Loud for ro-elaotion to Con- weeks prior f to' l »uc , h C haie. 0n The a *,ttpT S'/Jch SAMUEL FALEB 

length along thtte bright afUrnooDi will meeting vm held under the tree* i grens. puhllcailoii Bhnll be p«l<l out of the San Fran- 1IIN(mAM n . 

9 • B cfaro Harbor Improvement Fund on Control JUPiUTION OI 

•how that id mftnj of the brtreat tiublish- front or the Court Hoqm aud was addreai- The Sixth aeleoted John T. Porter, of ler's warrants duly drawn for that purpose.— 

manta the eheek-rein baa been discarded.— ed by Mr. Davis, their guest, Lieutenant. Monterey, for Elector, and E. L. Williams, mrih’with < pilS f over b'y said TreistTrer into'the 

Th* author of “ Black Beauty” should have Governor Reddick, Ira Hill Reed, F. T, of Santa Cruz, as Alternate. At a aubse- r^ R * ( , I I ry ‘,*I' d h m, v 1 be by h 1 1 U kcpl 1,1 1 *ep* <86 miles from f 


t HOT 8PRIMQS' HOTEL, 

.MUEL FILES...—....—Proprieict 

JUNCTION OF THE ANTE LOPE AND 


--- ---- “ ' 7 .. ' rate fund, to be known and dcxlVnatcd as tna 

Mved to have been cheered with thia sig- Solmiky, E. F. Floyd ijud others. Mr. qnont session at Snr.ta Cruz, Hervey Lind- " 8an KraucDco Depot Fund,” and mint be used ,_. . 

nifieent entering ol the wedge. It may ba Davis is very popular in Calaveras, Ami- ley, of Los Angeles, was nominated for »Jd U dep*'/.*i»reftB b nnd ''wamlnfa 1 "^Ipoh^Tlr * This 


aoNOKA Wagon hoadr, 

iB6 miles from Sonora and 9U from Uodle) 


MONO COUNTY, CAL. 


said depot. Drafts nnd warrnnia upon *SlT5rt' 1 well-known and popufa** 'tumrner Ke 
fund ahttU be drawn upon ami shall be-paid out »»« la pleasantly sltua'*don the eastern slope 
of *h I<] run a tnewanie manner ns drafts and I °f the Sierra Nevada MouuiaiDi fttnld wild 


an enoonrngement to the continnano* o# dor and Et Dorado counties, where he i* Congres*. fund shnll be Ur.iwn upon an<| shall be paid out BO! 

* " or said filUa in (he same manner ns drafts and of 

this wall-doing that aUWhwdsor tha English well known, and will roll up big majorities The Seventh selected S. L. Hanscom, warrants nre drawn upon iyid paid out of tb* an 

Quean uses no oheok-reina.—N. Y. Time*. e »°h oounty against Caminetti, editor of the Modests Herald, for Eleotor, Sa H U r ^ ra " rl v,? |l “ rb<,r mprnv «uent Fund. ini 

' Htr. f fir t ia nnvmAnf nf _i m( 


Queen uaea no oheok-reina.—N. Y. Time*. ®*«b oounty against Caminetti 


or Ihe Blerra Nevada Mouulafna amid wild Ginypn Al« 
and picturesque sceuery, whioft’feWers superior xxxgtsi Aie, 
Indueemeuls for tourlau. Tna beat of scoots- 


BLACKSMITH AND 
WAGON MAKER, 

BRIDGEPORT, CAL. 

KURSK AND OX RHOEINO. 

AND GENERAL JOBBING 

R. A. LEALE, 
Manufacturer or 
Sareapai*illa and Iron 

SarBaparilla, 


E. W. Hilgard of tha State University 

warns tha pnhlio of the danger of naing a „ _______ , -.- 

praparation known a.” Compound Extinct Tb. Republicans hav* acted wisely in ... _ I month after the dale »*f mid Iwrui--, tn lie from 

.! SUp." “lb. Olio Frail “ otl“l S T1 “ r, '“ b " g “ J U "‘ c0 T ‘“ Sf.iS 

OftliioroU Cold Proceu for Pret^rving 1 Company, wbon« io1d«ib are at Portilloa Jy ° n ® dollar*, ami- p1b**p fhr hnnie hi sunl 8an 

Fray, WM. ..4 Liquid,.*' *l‘ ^ 8 '“‘ 1 ^ “ "T?" Cl.. n.„ Da„, g a. arMSB/W.IS* 

prdpdnllaa aater. Io pr.u,,. frail lor Y „Vt ' ,| ‘ of”Lo. iZl,. "tw! .Z «< «”d Iia u N.w York. lbr.. la rala„ a'S^SiM^kl'S.d’SISrpJSfiS 
allow, bat the fruit is not fit for human v «7 Lmdley, of Los Angeles. Two years are now beiug worked bj this oomuanv — °X lb , c l,,,, ‘ pd sn,tc,i ' which said boiTd* 

#n/wl ill* aalinlvtn *pid daalFovinir th* Ai *8* ^ r - Lmdley was a candidate before the rrir , , . * _*** shall be kept in a proper receptacle, approprl- 

footl, the aailoiylc acia destroying tna di- _ I he ora, alter being washed. tifTwiii.o a stely lr.bcled; but he must kppp aiwnva nn hmd 


AN EXCELLENT CHOICE- 


editor of the Modests Herald, for Elector, “ rft , nr l ?° ‘,“ rb< ' r lml ' rovcmenl Fuud - ln ^.°f ] meDt ! ■l't.e beat or acoom 

. * HXC. S. >nr the payment of the prlnelna] oodailoh* for famine*, the rooms belna lurae 

and L. B. Olcese, of Bakersfield, for Alter- and Intercut of raid bomln a Finking fund, to he AII<1 * lry - For Invalids tb* 

nate. Congreaaman W. W. Brown bad fiSpoiVnVls**F^ STEAM. MUD AND SWIMMING FlATHa 

been previously nominated for re-election. b r e 7hi’]{; r oTthJ*fftat'dnV of h *.eh"**n.T' r *“v „ Th * Ue * 1 of Wlne *- »J<»uor. and Clears at tb* 

mouth after the (Into »*f kiIi' lirmL, take from * ir ' 


Soda Water 


The PlHsburiz and Mexico ht;„i„ ‘jj® Han I'raiiclaoo llarhur-Improvement Fund Good F lib id* m Walker itivei. 

aua x iitsuurg and Mexico Tin Mining the ram of four thousand «|x hundred- and thlr- 

Jompauv, Whose mines are at Portillos Jy-one dollar*, and place the mine In vaul 8an Commodlnua Htubllnf, 

_ , ' »» x-oruuoa, pranelsco Depot Hlnklnir Fund, eroated by th(» 

^ol., near Durango, recently aent a carload » eptlo “ Him Treasurer rhall, on Cmaroii e r> _ _ 


food, the aaliolyio acid de.lroying tha di- “ r ‘ p «ore mt 

geaUvs organa. The introduction of thia F ‘«* n ° Convention and would have receiv 
•• prooeaa" would ba ruinous to tb* Cali- ed <Ue no “' iD4 t | on had not the Fresnc 


ora, alter being washed, effecting a ately labeled; but he must keep always on hand 
__ .. . a aufficli-iit amount of mrmcv In raid sinking 


BARNETTS HOTEL. 

COLEVILLE, MONO COUNTY, CAL.. 


:rz \zzzzr:: r z-irr. - ~*+ —> sss a “-- wasassa-— 


I30DIE, OAL. 
W. A. It. LOOSE. 
ASS AYER AND 
M ETA LLURGIST. 


par cent, of tin. Opera Dona are to be bon 'V', hb p elii provided to he limed. And to 

* " “ ,r ue nrovlde mcaiik for IhH n<vm,.ni ni _ 


. , . 1 • “rr to oe provide means for the payment ot raid mm of D. M. BAKNJI' 

ished ou n large scale.—Deuver Mine. fl'« thonenrid one hundred and thirty one dol¬ 
lar*, monthly, from anld Ban Francisco Harbor The hotel it 

-Improvement Fund Into kaM M. n Kramduco sully alLuau-d 

a p^ • j , - .» Depot Sinklfiff r mule And for tSipother rHYtnrntB 

Oiemeot A, Grucom* president of the out of untd fnud authoriEed by th«K Act, nmt nn Thetabjeli 


City End 61 from Hodie), j 

D.M. BAKNKTT....Proprietor BODIE, 

The hotel Is new, cumuiodious and pleas-- 


Tbe table la supplied wjth the beat tn* mai 


inmiaiMiU ..rTiini, injn.i.a Tt. Con n tj delegation g(* d * back on I heir pledge . , . , , J provide means for the pRy!in*pt ot raid sum of D. M. B A KN KTT......—^ Ptoorieior 

fomia fruit canning industry. The ageule , ., ,, . F h pushed ou w (urge scale,—Deuver Jliue. fi' 1 ® thouaurirt one hiindred and thirty one dol- ” 

should be treated as publio enemies. Io vote for Licdley when their vote would lnrs, monthly, frorn aaid Ban Francisco Harbor The hotel la new, cumuiodious and pleaa- 

nomiunte him Mr Lindlev is one of the-Improvement Fund Into said H. n Kramduco sully situated. 

-»•-— ■ asr. ijiuuiey is one oi me ... ... Depot Striking Kuiul. and for the other payments 

Assembly man A. J Bledsoe of Hum- l«* d *“« citizens of Los Angeles, a fine gen- . ^ lem * n ‘ *. Urwcom, president of the «>«;/*»W 'iiuhorlsed by th'a Act, mid a. The table Is supplied wjth th* beat tn* mai 

boldTlnly has bean nominated by tb. ««“■ * nd " «“ " b * •«! make an "able “T h “" ^ 

B.pahlla.n.lar r^elwlion la lb. iLa, f *paie.l«tl*»olC.litorain iuCoaqreu. ZLl toSZZTa .Z IZ ”JS’SHS^laJSSSR Ta.»*B... w,a. 

hlri.ml in*lmot.d to vote for P.llon for TT ••• Government for the formal transfer of the ,„m of money nr,fltclent therefor, overand shove Uquot* and Clgani. 

niyana inairuoiea io vote ior reiton lor U. Demoerata in r n »a»i. |,.„d„ l . staaihaSips City of Parts aud Citr of New lh « » mo . ,,nt ltc ‘ l by/cetlon two thousand live atablinn and Ulacksmltb shop euaaected 

S. Senator. Latlbe Republicans through- „ 10e 1Je,aocr “ tl • « Uougreia Lars dealt / u hundred and iwcnty-sl* el the Fnlltieal Code of with tbe bonte. >11 

. . .. * Carson and Nevada a blow by reducing the York fronl En 8 b *h registry to American the Slat* ol California. After the payment of 

oat (b* a tat* inilroot their Anamblymen ... J all said bond* the surplus or balance remaining -. . 

V/VP to wntafar MiV* n* Vnn«» #o, s ».♦« uppropnation for the Csraon Mint to |1C,- 8 y> In said alnklnx fund, if any there be, shall forth- -- * 

not to vote for Mika De Young (or Senator, iwaa,, ukl .... ml . -—_ with be paid Into the 8an Francisco llarbor fro- __ 

~W* hone the Invo Retlnblf ran Convention 811,000 for labor and $4,000 for sup- pmvement Fund. At the maturity of said State PALACR SALOON 

P* Y . ^ ' plies, and consequently a number of tbe Sixty-flve miles of track of the Tehuan- boiidaiheaalil Treiumrer shall sell the United 

will give the candidate for Asaemblymau to , . J ® r ,u ® i eD e C railroad have been laid 1 State* bonds then In said slnklnc fund, at gov- (Brick Building-) 

. V. .... , . employes have beeu discharged. Perhaps P r,,lroaa oa,e Detu ““d almoat e riiin« market rate*, nnd place the proceed. In t-oru-* ntuiOJUgj 

«adent*nd that thia Asiembly District does . , , , . . P all tbe grading has been done. The road "S 11 ?, 9 ' n Francisco Depot Blnklnx Fund, and MAIN STREET Bridgeport tai 

no) want Da Youno eUetad tn th. IT H aoma Of theae discharged onea belong to ... , .. , . „ "hall pay out the same In extlngul.hment of MAIN STREET, BRIDGEPORT, CAL. 


CALIFORNIA. 


Sixty-five miles of track of tbe Tehuan- 


all .aid bond* the surplus or balance remaining 
In .aid sinking fund. If any there be, shall forth¬ 
with be paid Into the ean Francisco llarbor fro- 

R rovement Fund. At the maturity of aaid State 
nnda the said Treasurer .hall *ell the United 
State* bonds then in .aid slnklnc fund, at bov- 


nndantand that thia Assembly District does 
not want De Young elected to the U. 8. 
Senate. 


Senator Stewart'* bill to throw opan a ' Houm io ord#r that Cleveland and hi*anti- 
portion of Pyramid Lake Reservation and " ll ™ men may rDn the GoTerum * ct the 
th* whole of Walker Lake Reservation to Celt ^ our year ** 
asttleis will probably not reach th* Honae _ , ,, "" 

in time for action at thi. session. The bill „ j 8 * ‘ he Crimio,, Di,lrlct 

providaa that the Walker Lake Pintes shall ^. 0art °‘ N '* 0r,ean, • wbo aiysierionsjy 
go to Pyramid Lake. dieappaared last April, ia now raid to L* a 


cm tn Pwramiri TaV* diupptiied Iftst April, ii dow iiid to bl A 

e. io F,, " ‘d La., p,i,ou.r in ,b. b.nd. a, ,b. M.»., A 1* U "’“ V ’ V ' aiR. 

Tb* tittl. Iowa oi AmwlM, in Hon,jr L.k. ~“ b “* « “• - Tb. pabll. d.b. J.,. 

V.UO. a b^*l., io boon. ilMtr b, W 2 .ZZ’T'Z , bj .!! WWAW 60. ’ r 'iKTT ... 


lb. N.v.d. dii„r Clab., which ptapOM io Z 'Z'JZlZZl 'Z Z “*Z S'" *»- m t IVIFFi 

act aa to throw the election iuto tbe . ’ * 00,1 e oKC. ff. The State Treasurer shall keep full 

House in order that Cleveland and bis anti- P*- 1 * » have oolUFl< = led » 

Milter man may run the GovcrumtDt the to thb Governor nn nhstMCt of »li hi* proceed- _ 

fnnp waaea — -— | \t%gi Ihewinter. w\ih liI«niiunl report. to be 

next lour yearfl. .aa , . m , - by tll« Governor U1<1 before the Lcirlbliturc*; 

- - - Aineni p Ublo, tua an eight-year-old boy and all hooka And piper* pertaininK to the mat® TmntniiTtAi 

Judge Marr of tha Criminal Di.lrict * h “ U the P ''“ eB “ or “ f donble J° in,ad BRIDQRP0] 

Court of Naw Orle.na, who my.ierion.jy ! “ ’.“"T" bay - lb « COkNKK OF 

disappeared last April, is now said to baa ,,n 8 alar kdFwniage of bsndufg with equal Joint committee of both. 8 

prisoner in tbe hands of th. M.n. i f “ cility *’ kher wa y* ... 8 "']-J* Inhall be the dutyof theStateTreaa BRIDGEPORT, MO 


PALACE SALOON 
(Brick Building) 

MAIN STREET, BRIDGEPORT, CAL. 
r* me WINES, LIQUOK8, CIGARS, 


THOMAS KALES. 


BR 1 BQIP 0 RT SALOON. 


r HOUSE BLOCK AND 
STREET, 


BRIDGEPORT, MONO COUNTY, CAL, 


HOMER E OSBORN, 


GENERAL BROKER IN 


Merchandise, Fire, Life snd 
Aocident Inauranoe 

BlOCallfbrnla S tre et, 
RAM KHAN CISCO. 


FRAZER bream 

_ — w nr Tn wailb, 


gran* tailing of a rich ora Ind wear that *“ wbiflb ^*7 d*“«nd 1500 to de- 

plaoa; abowtth* breaking owl of a grand ** r b ' m !»P, °r $100 to simply set him at 


ovtd- CV* This SALOON has been refitted, end 
“ uIy is stocked with he BEST ol WINKS, 

LIQUORS and CIGAR8: 


geyaar, a 

Aawr,” ete. 


'asarval ef baauty and gran- 


liberty. If tb* money ia not sent within 
twenty daya the writers say they will send 
Marr'a right ear to the Chinf of Police. 
Perhaps the Mafia want another dose of 


Th* Knighte ef Pythian in Indiana are in »>• Mafia want at 

* quandary on aooonnt of the Catholic New 0rleB,u popular justice, 
Churqfc havipf oondemned it in common “ ‘ * 

wtth ad ether secret Order*. The Catho- Ad *"' “ d £ 0> lhe « rea ‘ 
lice moat leave the Order, or be ex comma- o t e t, have *u 

, buaineu on th* San Frai 


Th* Sopreto* Court has affirmed th* 
jndgniMt In tb* case of F. O. Vinoent, lhe 
ftmmo wtnrderev, and aentenoad in April 
$th to be banged. He will now awing. 

The President haa signed tbe Aot limit¬ 
ing (he hewaa of laborera and mechanics 
onpiqwd on government worka. 


The TonriM aay. it ia 144 milaa around »» 

<ha *hor* of Lake Tahoe. Wh.r. aU the HJ 

-- pro leu Ion will be 

The PMritai ha. vetoed the inf.mou. H0MU,a RAZOK8 ’ 
■ri2a«ahan Claim bill. 


Adam* and Co, the great Express Com¬ 
pany of the East, have sold their entire 
buaineu on the San Francisco and St. 
Louis line* of railroad, which take* in all 
thair bnainesa south and west of St. Louis, 
to Welle, Fargo A Co. 


POLITICAL. 


For Sheriff 

A. MAESTRETTI, 

Subject to the decision of the Republican 
Convention. 


For Sheriff, 

P. E. VAN LOAN. 

Subject to th* decision of the Republican 
Convention. 


8nc. ff This Act, if adopted by the people. LIQUORS aud 

*■" hereinafter provided for, ahn.ll take effect on ±nd will be oondneted first-class 
the thirty first day of December, A. f. eighteen urn cioas. 

hundred and ninety two, iu Io all its pruvuloiia 
except those relating lu and necessary for IU J*!-tf B. L.B1MMON8. Proprietor 

■ubmtaalnn to the people, and for returning, 

c jd vasslug, fird proclaiming the votes, and as to_ 






,e 8«c n T d ThU AC shall be submitted to the PIONEER SALOON. 

people of the State of California for their rall- 

lleatlon at the next general election to be holden GURNEY BUILDING—MAIN STREET, 

In the month of November, A. D, eighteen hun¬ 
dred and ninety-two; nnd the qualified electors BRIDGEPORT 

of the State ehall, at said election, on their bal¬ 
lot*, vote for or against thia Act; Ihoee voting — , , , . . . ... 

for tbe same shall write or have printed on their ,?, el * w * d B ? d j’1™ *^f. d *** b tb * ®* 8T 

ballot* the word* “Kor the 8an Krancl.co De- °f everything required iu a Flrst-Llaak Haloou 
pot Act." and those voting against the same 


mnvE 

mm t - flat aid Bmfei 

POWER "5L 


NEW TO-DAY, 


- - ~ ----—" LEGAL. to the iamo rules as votes ca.l for SUte ufilcere 

. and If It appear that said Act shall have recelv- 

QO TO ed a majority of all the vote* cut for and against 

_ _ _ - * 1 ‘ 4 - | It at »nch election aa aforesaid, thru tbe same 

JOE’S BARB ER WHOP- *!? a !f b *T® * ffecl •• hereinbefore provided, and 

* w.ii.. »hall be irrepealable until th* principal and la¬ 
in th* “ Bbice” JXDIiOB. terest of the llsbliUles herelu crested shall he 

BRIDGEPORT onur wvri maeoaxn „ P* l( ? " nd discharged, and the Governor shall 

ha''?*" *vIL DISPOSED PERSON HAVING make proclamation thereof; but If a majorltv of 
Where all the HAIR CUTTING known to lha «T clroul " l * <1 • rumor lhat 1 am Indebted to the vote* e**t a* aforesaid ar# against ibis Act. 
proteMlon will be don* in style shaving T ‘ B ' Klck *7. ®“ * mortgage. I wish to eay ,h,n ,h * “ rae * hatl 56 * Dd void. 

HOMING razors, etc ' P ab *lelr, ‘F* 1 "Md rumor la falie, and the party , 8 Ji e ‘. I 1 * It *hall be tbe dntv ol th* Secretary 

JOSEPH SPARKS * '£. U ’ at ‘»« ‘ ,aUifl « * d <> «»» owe T. B Sn2‘n^p".^, \n\iZL ,Vy ".“d‘ 

Proprietor. .'5 T emL county, i, on* be published therein throughout 

in NORMAN If L'NTOON. Ihu State, for three mouth* next preceding th* 


poi act. anil I nose voting against the same 

*hal I write or have printed on their ballot* the iaj-ff T M RICHARDSON 

word* “ Agaln*t the San FraiirUco Depot Aot.” ' * m 

The Governor of this State ahall Include the 
■ubml**lon ol this Act to the people a* aforesaid ___ 

In hla proclamation calling fo- aaid general ~———^-- 

Sec. 10. The vote* cast lor or against this CAPITOL SALOON, 

couiited, returned, and eanvaaaed, cakmes nr uaih t vn mvci ,■. _ 

and declared lu the ume manner and lubject MAIN AND SINCLAIR STREETS 

*° i h w?f mo vo iV c *“ l for 8u,e ‘>®eer*- nBrn „_ D ^ u _ 


CAPITOL SALOON, 


and If It appear that said Act shall have receiv¬ 
ed a majority nf all the vote* cast for and against 

‘ -i- 1 - -- It «t *'tch election aa aforesaid, then the aarne KIR 

•ball have effect aa hereinbefore provided, and 
vg„.i„_ »hall be irrepealable until th* principal and In- 

a °tloe. terest of the llsbilltlea herelu created shall 

8 nu - — vrt . . paid aud discharged, and the Governor shall 

< i?15..i?iYiq l '. DI8P08K H. ?? R80fk HAVINO make proclamation thereof; but If a majority of mvtt-tf 
circulated a rumor lhat 1 am Indebted to tb# vote* oeat a* aforesaid nre against tbla Act ’ 


BRIDGEPORT. 

F1R8T-CLA88 IN ITS APPOINTMENTS, 
AND THE BEST AT THE BAR. 

RICHARD WH1TKORD, 

"Jg-tf __ Mauager. 

THE CHBONIQLE-UNION 


therefore lea. like hr 
Jf *•* or pHiiMtfa 

U " bor “*** tur “ 'Fa wfi 

**HI No DRILL OS m 
No dawNo *• ikiae rxpioofoaa, flwwoMk 
uumllaUa tparfc. 

r ” Bf m pi lofty Jt Baals tba Waff! 

II OU* Itaoir *-BBWriswni. 

No Battorlas or BIsMilw 

UlmsiiksawierandaMdMte 


PALMKJt « RKV. MAMiPi 

In FMr GIL td NM 


JOSEPH SPARKS 
Proprietor. 


Rickey oaa cent. 
DI 


* HIKE DOLLARS A Yl 


ADVERTISE 

IN 

THIS RAPER. 











CHRONICLE-UNION. 


BBIDQKPOmT, AUGUST I, 1893. 


LOCAL IMTBIiLIOEHCS. 


YcrMftli 

9. Edmirion anl wile, parente -of in, 
David Hefa, m40. K. Edmlebm. wife and 
child, all oi Bonora, arc apandlog the 8cm 
imer with the Hayea lamUj. 

W. 7. Key wee over Iron hie Hobo Lake 
ihama on Monday. 

Mn. Eervay Boone baa returned to her, 
Bodie home. 

Sheriff Oody and family are oantpng at 
'Twin La^aa. J 

Ben. Motdigbt, of Lundy, la at Twin 
Lakea, and hla daughter, Mabel, la elop- 
iping at Joe. A. Bfowo'a. 

Judge W. H. Virden and wife arc at the 
Lakea, camping; also Judge J. A. Goodell. 

George Kinney waa here on Thureday 
Ida family over to Mono Mitla. 

T. B. Biekey eime la from Antelope on 
' Thureday evening. 

J Powell, of Antelope, ie here. 

Joe Hunt wae in from Antelope Thureday. 

Paul Bouse, of Lundy, wa» here yefiter- 
• day. 


DiA'WaAU—concert given by Prank 
Overton'leet Saturday evening wae fairly 
well attended, and generally pleaeing to 
• thoee prevent. He la'a good aingerand 
igava hie audience a long program without 
any lntermiaelon, dropping from one aong 
into another, playing hie own accompani¬ 
ment, ezoapt in one or two inxtancea, when 
Prof, Heath emitted. It would have been 
belter had there been a few instrumental 
pieces thrown In. aa lire. Bryant’a fine 
■piano waa need for tba ooeaalon and should 
have been utilized for that purpose. 

•ft waa the concert wae good. 


A SOCIAL 

The La diet of Bridgeport, emitted by the 
Sunday School ehildren and other volun¬ 
teers, will give a Social at Bryant'e Hail on 
Setnrdaj evening, August 0th. The even, 
lag will be paaaad pleasantly with aonga, 
ml act reedinga, ehoraaei, etc., lavUhly in¬ 
ter! permed with lea Cream, Sandwiobea, 
Oakm, Coffee, Tea. ete., ate. 

The prooeeda ware intended for Rev. T. 
Lloyd Bradley, but if it ia neoeeaery or 
requiaite, or to deal red, they will be applied 
to any one needy from retail of Bodie Are. 
Admimion Free. 

The Lamm. 

Program 

The following ii the program tor Ihl* Social: 
Instrumental .Orchestra. 

Storm tba Port .. chnru*. 

Jewel* . ... Sunday School. 

Recitation .. . Irene Miller. 

SuDfblne aud Cloude .'*• 1 Addle Ilonne 1 

: Part II. 

iDitrumeutal — 

Village Paator. .. 

Stewart. 

KeeKatlon—Inventor’* WU,e Lottie Tim- 

mine. 

Seat.~ .Annie Bryant. 

Forbid them Not Sunday Hrliool. 

The Song o! the itoeee Klulae uu.l Lu.-lie 

Elliott. 

March.. Oracle Stewart and Pr>(. Heath. 

Part ni. 

Song ...Oracle Stewart. 

Only Ttred.Mre. Joe. A. Browu aud \V. 0. 

Parker. 

Reading .Winnie Pittcr-mii, 

Harveet Time 1* Failing By.Jde A. Brown 

aud chorue. 


NEW TO-DAT. 


.Orchestra, 

Oertle Towle and M tud 


folly, Wolly, Doodle, the Gem of the Evening. fee, A Co. Truatee* 


Delinquent Sale Notice. 

B odie consolidated mixing compa- 

nv.-Location of principal plm of liiMliifU. 
San Prancteeo. California Location oi works, 
Bodie, MouoiCounty, California. - . 

Nolle*—There are d jllnquent upon the follow¬ 
ing deeerlhed Stork on aecooul ol Ai»ei»tneut 
No. U, levied on the twentieth f.!0th) day ol June, 
1832. the several amount* eel oppose the name* 
e( the respective Shareholderi, at follow*: 


Name*. 

Averlll II C. Truilee 
Barrett J DA Co, Trustee* 

Burling H L. Trustee 
DUon A Miles, Trustees 
Doud W A, Trustee 
Doud W A. Trustee 
DouU tv A, Trustee 
Doud W A. Trustee 
Doud W A, Trustee. 
ihMid W a, 'trustee' 

Porter A W A Co, Trustees 
Poster A W A co, Trustee*. 

Po-ler A W .1 Co. TruMee. ~ U.i744 
Poster A W A Co, Trustees. 

Pester A W A Co, Trustee*. 

Foster A W A Co, Trustees. 

Po.-ler A W A Co. Trustees, 
ti filthier E A Co,Trustees 
linithler K A Co, 1 rustees 
(I uithler K A Co, Trustees 
Gauthier K A Co,Trustees 
Gauthier E A Co, Trustees 
Gauthier K A Co, Trustees 
Gauthier K A Co, Trustees 
Gauthier E A Co, Trustees 

Ollton J, Trustee. 

union J, Trustee 
<»l)!nii J,Trustee 
Goldman A Co Trustees 
Goldman A Co,Trustees 
Goldman A Co, Trustees 
Goldman A Co, Trustees 
Green haunt ), A Co, Trustees 
Grint F. I{,Trustee 
Grant P, K,Trust* e 
Grant K It, Trustee 
Giant E K, Trustee 
Grant K K.Trmme . 

Grant E It, Trustee 
Hooker A Frltaeh, Trustees. 

I-e. A Co, Trustees 
Ive- A Co, Trustee* 

Ives A Co, Trustees 


Aa 


"Tu Aociptablz Tim.—Y oung ladle* 
■booId avail tbemaelveM of their leap year 
privileges by taking their gentleman frieoda 
oaf fern moonlight drive them beautiful 
evening*. It 1* a- good time to elng, or 
Item, the old aong. " Meet me by Moon- 
' light atone, eto. No doubt eotse of onr 
young ladlei would make the oocaeion an 
•* nooeptable" one, if they bo deelred. We, 
■ball remain at home a reasonable time 
every evening ^rum^ now until the moon 
wanes. p 


BxrzcTiD.— The young Indies look for a 
food attendance of the young men of 
Bridgeport at thp <5bnroh booiai to be given 
bis evening. They have prepared a flue 
irogrmm, which will be found io another 
lolnmn, and will have on aale a good arrrfy 
if oakm, sandwiches, ice cream, eto.— 
< Yon peye your money and takes yonr 
iholee.” Of course, the young ladies will 
tot be disappointed in their expedition* of 
Ming their gentlemen friends. 

Beer.—The people of Bodie are rebuild- 
ng the burnt district as rapidly «■ they 
tan get the material to do with. Net Boyd 
Its purchased the Windsor Hotel building 
tnd will soon have It on hie old lot. Nat 
s now under way and feeding nearly the 
vbol* town—furnishing eorre two hundred 
>wople with three monies day. His Bridge- 
port friends viaitlng Bodie will be well 
tared for by him. 


Caen.—According to the financial state- 
• mentt filed on the let., the following min 
ing oompaniea had cash on band) 

’Bodie .. 7 . .. II*,™ #4 

. 7.171117 

Mono "J . i.174 bl 

Syndicate. 1 478 86 

OotntTT’MoWiT.—On Monday the money 
1 in the Oonnty Treasury was counted by tbe 
proper officers, who foqlfd therein tbe prnp- 
•er amount—♦28,533*04. 


Cowiao Ovxb.—T be Sonora fruit beam* 
are now oouilng over, but the fruit they 
tiring ie miserable, hardly fit to feed bogs 
on, but, then, our'people are expected to 
bay it at big price*. 


A CoirraACT _James Logan, of thii 

plaea, baa a 00 *tract to furnish 300 poles 
for tba Standard Con. electric plant. Tbe 
poles are for tbe Green Creek end of the 
system. 


Tbt It.—A* swlm in Sam. Pales' Hot 
-Spring baths I* delirious these hot days, 
and * drive horns by moonlight is fine, par- 
; tisularly if yon have good company. 


Bonin DsLnrQriNT—Oi* this page will 
bs found the Bodie Con delinquent list 
tbs sals of whleh will tsks place on the 

"Sind. 

Dirhiit.—D r. Alonz > Hudgens, tbs 
. dsntist, went to Hawthorne on Wednesday, 
and will rstarn to Bridgeport on tbs 1st of 

■ September. 

Tousoual,— If yon want s tbavs or « 
kSisiiUs hrir cut go to Jos Rparki. who 
has opsnsd np in tbe " Brick," next to 
Casaffalee Saloon. 

-Til Tn-kPHOiri,—Men are at work pnt- 
1 ting np the poles for ths telephone line bo¬ 
atman Bodie and Hawthorne: 


O tmwnM xn.—Jadge Virden has confirm- 

od ths sals of lbs Bobaon and Waasar *a- 

propartj. 


>tn —Rav. Mr. Bradley will hold 
I ths School Hons* at 11 o'clock 
r morelat. * 


by Murphey, llamptoo. Bryant and Miner. 

Mabk.- -The grandest sight in the heav¬ 
ens low anights ia the planet Mara, which 
shines so brightly in tbe Southeast. Ou 
Wednesday evening the planet was nearest 
the earth, being only 35,000,000 miles 
away. The Liuk Observatory triescope 
brings it within 50,000 miles of Ml Hamil¬ 
ton, »where tbe aslronouiers nre^takitg 
nightly observation*. 

To Yosbmitk.-t- A party from Lundy, con 
slating, iu part, of C. Dyer and-•family, ol 


Maine, one of the uwuera oi the Lukevtew King W H.iruitee 
, King W 11, Trustee 

mine, bupenntendent Piercer and family, - ” ~ 

of the Lakeview mine, W Oukal unit wifel 

have gone to Yoscmite Vail* y. 


The Eleotria Plant. 


The electric plant if» nowqn assurad fact. 
The poles are uuw being distributed, and 
8upt. Leggett is pushing things with hie 
accustomed energy ail along the line. The 
water will be taken oiit of Green cities; ami 
conveyed in u ditch 4500 feet in length and 
then through 1C30 feet of pipe, giving a 
vertical heud «If 350 feet. 

There will be four Felton wheels of about 
20 inches iu diameter connected by a Weet : 
inghouse A- C. geneegtor and dyuauio of 
120 kilowatt— equivalent to about 105 bone 
power—running at 805 revolutions, coupled 
direct to water wheel. 

The current wiil he delivered to mill at 
3630 volt*. Wire used ie No. I, U. and 8. 
gauge; length of line 12f* mil«8 approxi- 
mutely. Line loaa ie calculated at 15 per 
cent. Motor of 120 horse power in mill re¬ 
ceive* tbe current at a potential of 3000 
volts. Motor runs in entire synchronism 
with the generator the aafne as if its abaft 
reached and waa coupled to that of tbe 
generator.—Bodie Mipor. 


"The Wotering-Flate^Girr' ie tbe sub¬ 
ject of “ Van GryseV letter from New 
York in the Argonaut of August 8th. It ia 
another of that elever writer’s brilliant 
social sketches, describing the career of 
Mies Jones, from the time she is seventeen 
and acquiree the sobriquet of Sporty 
Jones," until she bad managed to live down 
the lively reputation of bet youth, and, at 
the mature age of thirty, has captured a 
husband. 


At Jena, Sunday, Bismark, in nddreaaiug 
tbe University student*, »*id: " I have 
■worn to found a Protestant empire. It in 
therefore out of the question to try and 
rule with the Cetholic party as a chief fac¬ 
tor. We most take the pres< nt Catholic 
party aa an example and must imitate them 
aud form a united party agaiust Catholio 
influence." 


Richard Tenbroeck, ths famous boras- 
man, was found dead in b*-d at his home 
near Ran Mateo on Monday. He was 80 
years of age, and wae the famous racing 
naan of former days. 


8. C. Wright, Superintendent of the Csr-, 
son Mint, died in.that city on Monday I eat.. 
Hie remains were taken tj Sacramento for 
interment. , 

-•- „ 

The ernieer Charleston baa arrived e* San 
Francisco from Northern waters and will go 
to’Mars Island for repairs. 


The Emperor of Germany has made a 
visit to bis grandma. Queen Victoria.— 
Lots oi love exist between them, no doubt. 


A detachment t>f the Ralvation Army baa 
reacted Virginia City. 


■t. Etna ia still in a state of eruption. 


The Temptation. 

To go out of door* In rough weather Is not 
strong, but we ere, many of u«, compelled to 
(see-rough weather frequently. Dlieaie* which 
arise from a chill are peculiar to no aaeiou of 
the year. Thl* U true, therefore there thonlQ 
he la the cloeel of every household—whatr Not 
00 unmedfested stimulant. abiolulely devoid of 
anything but an excltlve action, but a tonic 
combining, In the eflecllve form of an Invigor 
ant and an alterative, tbe quality of defence 
against changes of weather. Ho*letter‘a Stom¬ 
ach Bitters has three or four properties that no 
other article of Its claw possesses. Not only 
does It relieve the complaints which It eventu¬ 
ally curas, It fortlfles the system against the bad 
effects of changes of temperature, fatally and 
loo often shown In the deadly form of '■ la 
grippeIt produces a radios! change In the 
weakened condition Of e system peculiarly lia¬ 
ble to be attacked by It, ana It tends to provide 
aisinast the danger resulting from an impover¬ 
ished condition of ths bleod and a disordered 
stale of the Hear srtfl bowtte 


Kelly G W, Trustee 
Kii.tr >V II. TruMee 
Kim: IV II, Trustee 
Kmc tv if, Trustee 
King W It. Ttus’vu 
k'lmr tv K. Tiiistvu 
King tv II, Trustee 
King W II. Trustee 
Klmr tv J(, Trustee 
King \V II, Trustee . 
Klmr \V H, Trustee 
King \V H, Trustee 
King W If, Trustee 
Klim tV II, Trustee 
Kim; tV II, Trustee 
Klmr tV II, Trustee¬ 
ing W H, Trustee 
Klny tV II, Trustee , 
K Ilia tf II, Trustee 
Kina tV II, Trualee 
K'liv tV I), Trustee 
KIiik \V II, Trustee 
Kins \V 11, Trustee 


.lijTjS 

172 JV) 


King \V 11 , Trustee r . 

King tV H, Trustee .. 

King W II, Trustee 
King W II, Trustee 
King W It, Trustee 
King W JI, Trustee ... 

King tV 11, Trustee 
King tV 11, Trustee 
King W II, Trustee 
King W It, Trustee 

King tV II, Trustee. 

King W+l, Trustee 
King IV Ilf Trustee 
King tV II, Trnslte 
King tv 11, Trustee. 

King tV H, Trustee 
King \V It, Trustee 
king IV II, Trustee? 

Marye Geo T A Son. Trustee* 

Ntsble 11 II A Co, TrusteeSv* 

Gtf* A Co, Trustees 
)’ ir.-ous 11 It, Trustee 
Kehfieclt A Co, Trustees 
Rchllsrh A Cn, Trustees 
Itqhflsch A Co, Trustees. 

Kelifi»eh A Co, Trustee* 

ItelilWh A Co, Trustees 
ltehflseh A Co, Trustee* 
keh(t*chACo, Trustee* ■ 

Ituhflnrh A Co, Trustees . 

Kehftsrh A Co, Trustees 
Itehtts- h A Co, Truttee* ...... 

Kehflseh A Co, Trustees 
kehftsrh A Co, Trustees ... 
Kehftsrh A Co, Trustee* 

Kehfl-cli A Co, Trustees. 

IteStflsrh A Co, Trusties 
KrhHseh A Co, Triisfee*. 
itehtt.rh A Co, Trustees 
Itrhn.-cli A Co, Trustees 
Kfehtlsrh A Co, 'J'rustoeH 
Kehfl-ch A Co, ITUHtees 
Keliflsrh A Co, Trustee* 

Hoot G II, Trustee 
Knot •) H, ’• riintee 
Kiait G H, T rit*teo . 

Hoot G R, Trustee. 

Root U II, Trustee. 

lioot G 11, Trustee. 

H(«it G It, Trustee 
It,sot G 11, Trustee 
lloot U M, Trustee . 

K*>x G II, Trustee 
Root G It. Trustee 
RihiI G It, Trustee 
Root G Jt. Trustee 
Root U It. Trustee 
Itolpli Jus, Trustee 
Hesston* G W, Trustee 
Sessions G IV, Trustee 
Sessions G !V, 'Trustee 
So s’.ous G IV, Trustee 
Session* G IV, t rustee 
Hrstlnna G W, Trustee 
Session* G IV, 'I'riiktee 
Sessions G W, Trustee 

Stilton il If, Trii»tee. 17o>« 

tJreln Nst, Trustee 
81 anf, Cooper A Itedllck, 

Trustees — 

Stallf. Cooper A Kertlick, 

Trustee*. 

Stauf, Cooper A Kertlick, 

Trustee* 

Stauf, Cooper A Kedllek, 

Trustees 

Hussman A Dixon, Trs .... 

Suskmau A Dixon, Tr*., 

Hussmiu A Dixon, Tr* 

Turnbull John. Trustee 
Turnbull A Sampson, Trs. 

Turnbull A ttsinpaoii, Trs, 

Van M'yek II I,, Trustee 
Van Wvek It L.-Trustee 
Van Wyek If L. Trustee 
Wakefield A Co 8 B, Tr* 

Walker II I), Trustee 
Walker H II,Trustee 
Welker II II, Trustee 
Walker II IJ Trustee 
Hannan I'm, Tr, hal 
Golumau A Co, Trs, hal 
Ives A Co, Trustee*, be! 

O'Connor T. Tr, bal 
II -11 ley tV W A Co. b»l 
WolIbcrgH, hal. 

C J> Hesrt anil T H Perkin*, bat. ITV> 
Walker II l>. Trustee 
Walker H jl, Trustee 
Walker 11 D, Trustee 
Walker II 1>.Trustee 
Walker It II, Trustee 
Walker Illi, Trustee 
Walker II D.Trustee 

Walker II D.Trustee . 

Walker II 1). Trustee 

Wliltely A Co T, Tr* . 

tVhKely A Co T, Tr* . 

Whltely A Co T, Tr* . 

Whltely A CoT, Tr* . 

Whltely A CoT, Tr* 

Whlfely A Co T. 'I r* 

Wright tV II, Trustee. 

Zartlg, Wolllierg A Co, Tre 
Zadlg, Wollber* A Co, Tr*. 

Zartlg. Wollberg A Co, Tr*. 

Zartlg, Wollberg A Co, Tr*. 

Zadlg, Wollberg A Co, Tr*. 

Zartlg. Wollberg A Co, Tr*. 

Zartlg, Wollberg A Co, Trs. 

Zartlg, Wollberg A Co, Trs. 

Zartlf, tVolllierg A Co, Tr*. 

Zadlg, Wollberg A Co, Tr*. 

NEW YORK 

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Grant K K 
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Jennings W A 
Murray Joaeph J 
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Wollberg U XJOt UM 1 

And In eerordaure with law. and an ordat, 
from the Hoard of Dlraelor*. mad* oalha Tain- 
tleth tju h) d»y of June 1X03. *o maay shares of 
oarh pan el of meh block aa may b# Baeama r y 
will u wild at publlA Auction M-Cfce Aaotloa 
Uuu» of a. V. aludWiiB A Co. No MJIani 
ffomerr atreet. San PrmneUan. California, 01s 
MOV 1 1 \Y" tho TW KNTY 8ECONN (B4) day of 
AC'il el, liatA at the hour of 1 o'clock r. n. of 
said day, to pay *eld Delluquaat AmaaMBonl 
thereon, |,>getnrr with coot* of ad*ortlalnf and 
*'X|'*u*e» of sale. 

II. D. W ALKER, Sacratery. 

Oftlre—Room *3 Nevada Block, M M outgo la 
ry Oirei-t, San FrancUeo, California. 

!aultd| 


FOR AN OUTING. 

NT SH ASTA, the crowning glory of tho Nor¬ 
thern Sierra, reached In about 14 boar* from 
Sail Pnou lx-o. Railroad Station of Blason wltb- 
tu 13 tulles of the summit. Hotel accommoda¬ 
tions al aud near Hlsaon. 

Till. TAVERN OF CASTLE CRAGS, in tho 
most pletorewjiie porllou of the Sacremoitloi 
Cauon, under Hotel del Moute management. 

LAKE TAHOE, In a vait glacier trough of the 
Sierra Nevada, it.31*) feet above sea. reached by 
C- 1*. Ity (fw mile*) to Trurkee; thence, via 
singe, l.’ miles. The t*moui| Glen Alpine eouu- 


$1 M M IT SODA 8PR1VOM. on the crasl of the 1 
Slerr.i Nevailu, Ivo uiile* from Sau Franaiaco. 

YOSEMU'P., the unparalleled, distance INI' 
mile. In air line from San Fraticlsoo, HalL 
travel to Raymond, toy lattes; staging Ml miles. 
Iteaehed In ill hours from San PrxDClsCo. 

IlOlKI, DEL MONTE, with It* hundred-acre 


PAt I PIC GROVE, the cool camping retreat 


HAN 7A Cltt Z. wllii it* flue sea beaches aud 
bathing establishment*. 

TIIK gig:AY CAl 1KOHX1A GEYSERS, situ- 
ed In the lo-art of the hoi springe reaorta of 
Lake uml Sonoma Counties, reached via the 
fap.i Volley route. 

THES E, a mi .cures of hot aud cold mineral 
niter claMf-liment*, of camping ground*, of.] 


FOR AN OUTING 

You wilt And I he place you want U reached 
by tho Hue* of the 

Southern .Pacific 
Company. 

nitbll 11 GRAY, T II. GOODMAN. 

Alcu. Trulltc Mgr. ' Geu. Pa*«. Agt. 


MISCELLANEOUS 


A IHRESH AND 


GENERAL 


ASSORTMENT OF THE BEST 


OF GOODS 


TRAVELER'S GUIDE 


BRIDGEPORT 
v LINE. 

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T'-aCDiye.-H GENOA,. 

(On ARRIVAL ol STAGES trom CAB80I)' 

MONDAYS, 

W El )\ p:sda Y8, 

uucl FRIDAYS, 
Connecting at HOLBBOOK’B, 
on above day», for 

I’OI’A Z, COLEVILLE 
ami 1JKIDUEPORT. 

I .caves HlilDC rKPORT 
at G A. AL. on 
MONDAYS, 
WEDNESDAYS 

aiupi-FRIDAYS for 
C ’olcvillo, Topaz and 
I Iolbrookn, 

t'ONNKC 1ING WITH 8IAGE8 POIl 

Oonoa and Cuivon. 

R- GELATT, Proprietor. 


TOLL ROAD. 

Rates or Toll*. 


Horse and buggy—round trip. 


Each additional pair of ml all.. 

Il('rsemaii 
Pick Anlmnl*. each 
Hogs and sheep, earh. 

Loose stuck, each 
l.rnply team*—half price. 

Jy9 3m J. L. C 811KK WIN. Proprietor. 


•I 40 
1 00 
40 
24 

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4 
£ 


EAST WALKER RIVER TOLL 
LOAD. 


N OTIC'R is hf.rkhy given that the 

rates of toll* on the 
KABT WaLKKIL river wagon road 

re as lullowv; 

nuiij team.....•} 

r*ortd«‘d wagon aiul two aoloialSre.•— 1 

Kach addlllonal pair of animals... JJ 

Horseman...... ... » 

^*acli animals, each.. . fa 

Hogs and sheep, each.. 1 

i/oose stock, each. a.... I 

KmoW learns, half-price. 


AT THE 


LOWEST CASH PRICES. 


D. HAY S & BRO. 


f tr 


CHEAP CASH STOREjiJ 


- 


AT THE 






POSTOFFICE BUTLDING, 


BKIDGEPORT. 




EVERY DESCRIPTION 
_ OF GOODS 

1 

REDUCED TO 

BEDROCK PRICES. 

A. F. BRYANT. 


BIO MEADOWS AND BODIE TOLL 
ROAD. 

VtrriCE IH HERB IlY GIVEN THAT TO* 

i* rate* of tolle on tbe 

RIO MEADOWS AND BODIE WAGON ROAD 
are a* follow* i 

No deadhead* will be permitted to pom no 
tbe rued. 

All lolla will Iw required to be paid at tho 
line nf paailug thi loll gates, a* no eredlt I* 

given 

Buggy team.....41 4° 

IximmI wagon and two animate.—_1 0* 

Each additional pair of animal,—......... At 

Horae mac. 3J 

Pack Animals, each.....—.. 2a 

Hog* and aheep, aoohA 

1.0000 stock, each... A 

E mply teams balf-prlo*. 


JOE A. BROWN 

General Merchandise, 

Moia Street, Bridgoport. 
Clioioe Family Oroeerle*, 

Foocy aad Toilet A 

NoU 

Yankee Notion*, 

Powder, shot, Capo 



tatloni 


TTPI MXTAL 


ANTELOPE.TOLL ROAD- 


RATE8 OF TOLL. 

Hnrt* and buggy... 

Double team. . .. 

Additional span. 

Ilnrstmiti .,. 

Loot*stock. 

Jy*-U 


. < • 

WILLIAM PRICI. 


For IaU at 


Tkio OMoe 


-•♦ti- 

IB IB FAFIR 


n mi as a mi. 


• tms 

CHRONIOLB-UFlOV 

JBTHM a. 

FICTNEXB JOUSSAIa 

OF THE EARTH* blofb OS 1 

V ■ 

SamRA WIT A DA M 

IH OAUFOWITIA* 

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- -*frtAPPlNO CK0W8. 

How the Bomber Birdfi Are Omurht Gai 
tor Shooting Matches. 


TELEGRAPHIC HEROINE. 


LUCKY ROSEMARY. 


AN EXAMPLE OF CONTENT. 


Bolilisra Outwitted by ■ rrtMh . A rhul Tkat'Wu ImI w u A-.i,t..tu 


In the Fr»nca*German war of 1870 the l n the south of Europe the 


■ Whs Tala Trie la Nutkllf 

Uat UU Work. 

Perhaps the most oonacientlans work- 


CHRONICLE-UNION, 


L'hlunu in parkcular ployed havoc hu long had magic properties seent«d menship in the world is still to be found 
*' 0r **® a * lU *" with tho French win-*. On errirlng at t0 it. The Spanish ladle* used to wear j ,n Japan. although tho foreign demand 

*d. Cali “ * ll,a **’ w D r ® L’humben*' Journal, they | it aa an antidote againat the evil eye, I tor merely ahowy articlea haa proved 


tl*«* fart of the Trmppar 1 
oil* of Csplurluf tha 
4* fora Staalara. 

While tt^ crow k* regarded 
people ns a blaok-ooated thie: 


Cora Staalara. would ride up to the telegraph office, and tha Portuguese called it the Elfin 

v _ cutout the connection^ and carry off plant and dedicated It .to tha fairies. 

4 rrnw lirrnnM _ - lho ap”****. w el*e employ it to de- The Idea of the antidote, aaya All the 

oblaok-onaJd thief a Ja*. I celte the « D * n> J r - T^ry .were outwit- y e ar Bound, may hare been due to a 

to-tba f,,....... j ted, howeTer, onoae occasion, and by confusion of the name with that of the 


it aa an antidote againat tha evil eye, * or merely showy artioles haa prored 
and tha Portuguese called it the Elfin somewhat corrupting, even to true art- 
plant and dedicated It..to tha fairiea. lata. Yet, mays the, Youth's Compan- 
The Idea of the antidote, aaya All the *° n . there are still men who are proud 
Year Bound, may hare been due to a to *pend infinite pains on a piece of 


,, ted, huworer, on one oecaston, and by confusion of the name with that of the work for which they will be, according 

yr r-_ M I 1 <•«.*?• ^ 

lminlicr of people in and around Phila- itAtlnn'I.t* is frequently mentioned ^ P* d ' .. , , ^ 

Inhlnto whom be isasouroeof nroflt ^“PU station at Llthirlera, where she by old Latin writers, Including Horace The following inatanoe is giren of 
MrftfCbat XTtwTare Bved with her mother when the Proa- and Ovid. modest self-estimate, in the cLe of a 

v I whi/ make a business of trail- ®* an ® <; ntered t * le town - They took The name came from the fondness of 1 maB who is one of the most skillful and 

™ _ ‘ nrki.MeHj.inTi of the utjitinn and tnmlnip ,v.. —i_* i — .1___ l__ ,_,. _I ..i-lirin.l .iMjflna-. I_ , 1__—u_J 


-h he is easily taken iD great 
The home of the crows 


iiftuintljPl/ihulrlphla is 
i|n|cvktitj}e pto< 
'■-soy, and at night 


“ " K was able to carry out her purpose. Im- 

°* n ? r< ’? 8 portunt telegrams of the enemy were 
generally In the thuK obtnlncd and secretly commuul- 


last of nil for a sprig of rosemary to asked. 


bring her luck. And now we come to 
find rosemary in close association witli 


boat four months,” he replied. • 
“And what is the proportion between 


fnriMktA cA \’p vv ~ ^. i nu U ruw-umrjr m ciuuc obwjuubiua wmi ««« w unt u> buc uciwecu 

'ht thev eonoTeirite ca * e< * •mb-prcfect of the town, | both mtirriuge and death, just as the ! the value of the material and the value 

iimhr»r« tn nri«i. nt w ^° conveyed them across the Prussian j hyacinth was, and perhaps still is, of the labor in such a work as thb when 


ere in great numbers, to arise at 
iwn and wing their way to l’ennsyl- 
inia in search of food. They always 
• across at about the same place, and 


liner, to the French commander. 


among the Greeks. It is interesting to I completed?" 


The ah »• Mile. Dodu and hcr^nothcr were both trace the connection by which the same “I paid one hundred and forty dollars 
I ® arrested, and proofsof their guilt were plant came to have two such different f° r thia piece of ivory,” said he, “and 

te place, and R(Km discovered. They were brought uses. four mnnthi 1 wn*t «*»•.. ,ioii... „ 


i ..e , . ‘ ,, »oo“ uiscurerca. iney were urougnt 

e trappers place tlTeir bait on the line More a c<)Urt mart £, ,, nd 8pe « dily 

their flight, sometimes feeding them _i 1...1 n.. 


four months' work at fifty dollars 


I ■ i|- t.a -- vuc ui tuc cuiiicnv mcubiuufi VI r 

i^n , n f |^ni l | i5m! ^ condemned to death, but the sentence ma?y in English liternture is in a p< 

Kl * ‘ , U '\ ° *L l lod to lie confirmed by the coraraunder of the fourteenth century, called 

I Jld of the Corps d' armco, Prince Frederick Gloriouse Rosemary fie," which bej 


Charles, who. having spoken with 
-tfr.tfi.v Jt. The trap or net Is then MUt . i)odu on several occasion.-,, desired 
,.t in position in the evening and cv- hor U) ^ produccd . n e lnquin .. d her 
ryttung made ready for a pulj early in motivc in coromUtinff ^ u broach 

l,,M m,,rn,n ff- It consists usually of a 0 f what are called the “laws of war." 
n, t made of light hat strong twine and T|l0 rel)licd; ,. Je 8U , K Krancl> s( ,.. (I 
.jinte Mimll-meshed. Two hickory sup- am (l FrMctl woman) . T hc prince con- 
,mgs are cut and the largeictids made f, nnt . (1 the «e ntcllc c, hut, happily, be- 
last m the ground in such a position forc lt wafl exccutt . d tho ne ws of the 
Uuf }hj stugll sods are only a few arrab . tice urrived alld saved hcr lifc . In 
utS-t «:tf>»ive the level btrong lines J878 this telegraphic heroine was in 
are placed on the small ends and the c!mr geoftho post office nt Montrcull, 
saplings are pulled hack until they bend near Vincennes, and on the tilth of Au- 
ulinost double. 1 hey are then hooked g„ s f she was decor- ted with the Legion 
<m MJiall cloats. Ihcsc form tlie spring. 0 f |£ unor \yy Manthal McMahon, presi- 
I lie net IS made fast to thc ground in dent of thl . jvpuhji!.. 

the rear of the sapling butts and the _ 

other camera arc 'placed on the ^ FELINE SPOOK 

small cuds of thc saplings.'* The _ *A 

act is carefully placed in a small roll Cst-Crnft Deletion, of the Old-Time Ce- 
:md lightly covered with anow and lit- lestials. 

ter. The bait is placed directly in the One of the strangest superstitions in 
sweep of the net. When thc crows come all history was that which prevailed in 


One of thc earliest mentions of rose- month is two hundred dollars.” 
nty in English literature is in a poem , And this man was astimating his 
' the fourteenth century, called “The work at less than forty American dol- 
loriouse Rosemaryite,” which begins lars a month! His was the truo artist's 


Gloriouse Rosemary fie,” which begins lars a month! His was the true 
thus: temperament, for he was willing to ae- 

Tlils hcrbo lt calllt rasemaryne, ccpt only what would supply him with 

Otverlu ihiktlHrodenn.lfyae; the necessaries of life, depending for 

But ull tlio vrrtm ff tell I no cao. , 1 j ^ ^ . 

Nor. I trowe. no crthcly man. sr • actual reward on the joy of seclnftpr 

-- to do a perfect work. 

A MISER'S HOARD. **Are you not very sorry, sometimes/* 

An Old H enol.mn^Tuecr Hiding Plans 'vas asked, “to part with one of these 
for Hi* Money. worka that have been compmiTouH and ( 

The relatives and heirs of an old man a ? ar ^ Y our lif® fo p so long?” 


who recently died in a small French 
village have to congratulate thcmrelvos 
on tho circumstance that liis death took 
place during the winter, and that, con¬ 
sequently. while waiting In his cottage 
for the departure of the funeral cortege 
to the church and tho cemetery, a tiro 
was made to warm the room. The de¬ 
funct, says tho London Standard, was 
in liumlile circumstances, and though of 
a thrifty, careful disposition, nobody I 


ter. The bait is placed directly in the One of the strangest superstitions in thought he had left any property worth 0 f t bo ocean in the fai 
sweep of the not. When thc crows come all history was that which prevailed in mentioning behind him. Thc day of wben no w j nd j 8 b j ov 
to out, a line that is fastened to the China about thirteen hundred years " lc funeral being rf very cold one, tho f t . w nerlts of tho sea 
cl^fKil'Bg^ho springs leads some di»- It was believed that the spirit of old man’s store of firewood was drawn phiu Times more to' 

' ibu* AwuV and into the hnnds of the a eat possessed the jiower of conjuring . upon more freely, possibly, than thc SU(;b a wavo Fort 
trapper, wiio is generally concealed in hway property from one person to thrifty cottager himself would have np- vcrv rarc vet more t 
a. small thatched shanty. When thc another, and inftlCtPtfTtlirough incanta- proved of, and thia led to a remarkable ^ encountered one 
biiit is eovered he pulls the cord and tions, laxlily harm, writes I). MucGow- discover;,'. As the llumes from th>‘ T,iine atro the KIvuvIt. ss 


the saplings released throw the net over an in the Detroit Ngiva. The'popular 
the enniis, Lilies that are on the ends belief was intensified and i.prcad like 
arc then quickly pulled taut, and thc an epidemic until every disastrous af- 
crows are captured. A heavy pair of fair that took place was ascribed to ent¬ 


ile looked up for a minute at a great 
white lily nodding above him in the 
garden, and then gently shook his head. 

“No,” he said, “I expect the Dext to 
be more beautiful btill." 

WAVES WITrfOUT WIND. ' 

ImnaenM UpheaTEli of tlio Ocean from | 
Mysterious Causes. 

Occasionally there appears a great 
wave sweeping across tho calm surface 
of tho ocean in the fairest weather, and 
when no wind is blowing. There are 
few perils of tho sea, says the Philadel¬ 
phia Times, more to be dreaded than 
such u wave. Fortunately they are 
very rare, yet more than once a ship 
has encountered one. Only a short 
time ago thc Etruria was met by a wave 


an in the Detroit N<ws. The'popular ‘Tackling logs shot up, one of the .*T 

belief was intensified and spread like slumps of wood split in two, and out of ,, . ’ . breal inc atrainst 

an epidemic until every disastrous af- it. to thc surprise of the assembled rel- . , , a„„i, 


atives, rolled a gohlen stream of louis 


leather gloves is necessary to take the spirit agency' set in motion by some ‘I Hr ' " ben this precious log. which tho 
birds from lienijnth thc net. as with mischievous enemy. Accusations were deceased had chosen as the hiding place 
thfn'.sSrgng'baaks and claws they fight lodged against suspected persons, and— , of its savings, was emptied of its con- i 

biit* And. They arc placed in large the slightest evidence sufficing for con- j tents, tlicra was found over one hun- | 

boxes ami are nsualiy sold to shooters viction— the malicious were encouraged and fifty gold pieces—quite a for- 

nt twenty-five cents a pair. to trump up charges against the inno- , tunc I° r n man 1° bis humble position 

Another method is to stretch the net ^nt, until thc country became a pan- ! in People of a miserly disposition 

iH-twocn two polos, their length-being demonium. No one was safe, from tho 1 w fon <l ot concealing their hoards in 

just half the width of the net The free Imperial family down to the humblest queer places. But it is probable that 

end is fastened to the ground, and small clodhopper. Even a magnate of the noa( ; ol ll,e 01,1 c< ’ tta “, cr s I ' olati ^ s 

blocks, on which the poIrB can be rend- re 4fning house, who enjoyed the titular ^ ould bnve dreamed of inspecting his 

iJy pulled over, arc driven and the ends distinction of prince or king of Szec- I “ toru of Mro wood - _ 

<>f,tlK'_po]csplaced iu them. Guy ropes buan, was executed for nefariously cm- ASTROLOGICAL HOROLOGY. 

from the tipper ends of thc poles_ar* P lovin ff tho agency of cat spirits. In —— 

ilriifivA tijflit and staked out in aline this manner several thousaruP were im- Computing Time by the Movement* of ths 

with thc lower end. Two smalt lines moisted before the delusion was dis- wtnr “' 

are run from thc upper ends and are P° lll 'd- Happily the period appears to Most people In a clear davcan.with- 

splieed together a short distance frOm have been of brief duration; incentives a watch or other timepiece 1 , form a 


ASTROLOGICAL HOROLOGY. 

Cnmputlng Time by the Movement* of ths 
fftnre. - 

Most people In a clear day can, witb- 


thc act. From there the single line au °b ns bept up the witch mania for 
runs to thc trupper. A post, with a « cnt ''>rlo* were wanting in China, 
pally at the top,]is put in the ground doming down to our own times we 

and the pull linh run through in order find a cat-craft delusion prevailed over 
to got the nets tiAstart cosily. When B fiTeat portion of Chekiang. In the 

, t... .......... _!_._ _ , ,, Mimmttr itn,l imt.mnn of 1 K.l? fiMjrl.fful 


dowdy approximate idea of tho time of 
day by the position of the sun, but few, 
perhaps, have guessed at any similar 
method of computing the time during 


her sides, swept the dock with irresisti¬ 
ble force, killing one sailor and seriofis- 
ly injuring others. 

A smaller and less 6taunch vessel 
might have been overwhelmed and 
sent to tho bottom by the blow. 

The cause of the&e singular waves is 
believed to be some disturbance of a 
volcanic nature at the bottom of the 
sea. Volcanoes ''exist in tlic ocean as 
well as on laud; ln fact, nearly all the 
volcanoes known are on or nenr the 
Beacoast. It is easy to sec that an up¬ 
heaval at the sea bottom may start a 
billow at the surface of tho water when 
we remember that huge waves have 
been sent clear across the Pacific ocean 
to San Francisco by volcanic slmkings 
of the earth on the borders of Asia. 

The world under water is not only 
three times as extensive as that which 
is covered only with air, but it ;x>sscsses 
many of thc sumc great natural phe- 


I he crows corurrtg«t# on tile bait a aamfllcr un ‘ l autumn of 1M7 frightful 
pik'lc, strong pfillAlifows thc polea over wn »iths appeared throughout the de¬ 
em their pulleys and the loose net is P^rlments of Hangchow, Shnolislng, 
sprQtul tightly over the struggling birds. Nlngpo and AI nichnw. They were de- 

_ mons and three-legged cats. On the 

CLARENCE. approach of night n fmtid odor was per- 

_ ceptlblc in the air when dwellings were 

Not *n AjuelclSTus Tide of ths Royal entered by something by which people 
■ Hois# of England. were bewitched, causing alarm cvery- 

For some reason or other the title of where. On deteetiug the. effiuvlum in 
duke of Clnrenco has alwuys been re- the air, householders commenced gong- 
■rardeit in England as one that was ill- beatintr. and tlie soirits. frighten,.,! l>v 


“"'riled in England as one that was ill- beating, and the spirits, frightened by 
. MiieM^, nwrs tho K«w York Recorder, the sonorous noise, quickly retreated. 
• ;; "A ’*1 < WUT rfuprihe lAit also dissatis- Thia lusted for several months, when 
faction was felt by the nation when the the wierd plienomcnon ceased. 

queen conferred it a few years ago ___ 

upon tho eldest son of the prince of HOW NOT TO INVEST MONEY. 

\;vles. There hove been only three - 

English princes besides thc late Prince 'taven Rules That All Women will Do 


the night without any other mcans-than notnenti on u scale that is perhaps pro- 
the “starry skies." Notwithstanding, o portionately vast, but of whose ex- 
fairly reliable time indicator can be isU ‘ acc we ttre made aware only by 
found in -Llic northern skies on. evei'y md i indications as the voleunic ocean 
cloudless night. As is gcnerully known, waves that ships occasionally encoufi- 

says the Mechanical News, the group of ter ' __ 

fixed stars called the “Dipper” makes nwc utrnnuio _. 

an apparent revolution teward tho ° NE ° F NATUR £’S CANTEENS^ 

north star in every twenty-four hours. Water Confined in a stone for Tbouraads 

with tlie two stnr-s forming the outer * r Year*. 

elevation of the bowl of tlie dipper A very remarkable curiosity occupies 

pointing nearly directly to the polar a little shelf at thc geological survey. 


star continuously. 


It is a lump of chalcedony os big os a 


If the position of tho “pointers” is child's fist, white and translucent. It 
taken nt nn.v given hour, sny six o'clock Is but u thin shell, and. when field to 
in thc evening in winter time and as the light, is seen to be nearly filled 
boon us it dark in tho summer, the hour witli water, which flows about as the 


HOW NOT TO INVEST MONEY Can ^‘Toufter be pretty accurately object is turned this way and that. 

me;isurerl 1>3'thc eye during the night. What makes it interesting is that the 


«M*ibUdis- who have borne lt, and they 
■ ait. none of them, be considered as 


Frequent observations of positions will water has undoubtedly been inclosed 


Well to Olnrrvo. 

The ndvioo that an English lawyer 


huve to lx? made nt tho given hotir, its, 
owing to the constant changing of the 


ami hermetically sealed in this natural 
receptacle for thousands and thousands 


’laving beta fortunate in any sense of has given liis countrywomen in regard 
the wor^ Tli# first-of them was t<> investment# it well worthy of adop- 
liiodfcis, (hike of Clarence, brother of Bon by American maids nnd matrons, 
ung Henry V., of Shakespearean It is brief anil to the point, and there 
u nory, who &tfMc figuring for some * re only seven of thc rules: 
me ns lord lieutenant of Ireland, was Never buy anything not fully paid 
• illy defeated ip a battle with a U P' 

nch-Scottish force in Anjou, and not apply to an advertising broker 

led w ith a battle ax by thc Scotch (members of the stock exchange are 
1 of Buchan. Thc second duke of not allowed to advertise). There are 


earth’s position in spnee, the position of yours. Probably it was there long 
of tho “pointers" in relation to our before Moses was lx>rn, and yet not a 
point of observation nnd tlie star also drop of it has ovaporuted. Originally 
changes. Observations taken during a there was aqavlty in the rock, formed 

j’cur and impressed on the mind will by a volcanic bubble. Water percolated 

make a very good time indicator of that into it. bringing in solution tilex, which 
part of celestial space. was deposited on thc walls of tlie little 

~~ ~ ; ; ■ hallow in a coating of chalcedony. At 

n * r *f* nB 1 nn ' length it would have been filled up 

He was one of those punsters who solid with beautiful crystals, forming 

make puns even at funerals. Just like one nt t ho«? “ tw 


.re nee was the brother of King honorable "outside” brokers no doubt p \ ri ro i u j . , , one ot those “geodes,” as they arc 

-kwa sdlV- JMarcied to s daughter of but you have no protection from them , o»n Dennis had in mind called, which are nature's treasury- 


k. lie was imprisoned and brought Ste content with four or at most four , c U) lck , ” He makes 

lore the house of lords on s charge of n*d one-half per cent.; beyond that you vile * b \ lt hc makefl a ^ 

<■* truaS< ; n , ag “i nB / lls br ^ her ' A m ^ ! riHk thal ? 8 w ‘“'. , one now and then. A man who makes 

utencc of death was p^nouncod Avoid mines ant foreign investments, many puns cannot help but mut o a 
gainst him. The king, however, did Buy registered stock, preferring stock gC od one once in awhile. The particu- 
.otj dur^te exec** Alp, P^nJy. add to sonp. bocans. U scrip to los t your ^ which is to , K . Kiren t() ^ ^ 

• wa \ p | ,,t V' ln , tbc r nC V S pOUC: b “‘ r> fnTin » f an in : He in tills paragraph was made L he 

.,.wer of London, by beingdrowfied in dcmmty you can recover registered ofrk . p of a Pcrtaill ofl i ci ..i , vh „ ® 

b,,t w ‘“ e ' .. T h0 thitl l ^‘-niftho certificate is lost or whitP bo!lrd lonff ,,^1 'flowing. The 

uke o C Hbc was the third son,of burned. punster nnd a Rochester l rion reporte 

King George LIT who bore the t tie N‘‘vcr venture on house property * r ,. Ilt( , r( .d the office together and £ 
, n dhe ascended the throne as King without constdling a solicitor. gather s,x,ke to the official. The re- 

im. i V il li iy n J.V. Popularly known as Never lend money (unless under very „ bn i_ „ n , h „ „ r . . „ 

“Silly Billy,” he was eccentric to the exceptional circumstances) at any prioe. shoulder and said: “Mr _ .>'!?!* " 

verge of imbecility, and it is apparent - white hair on vi.ur m i' mi i * 0 * 

from the memoirs of Charles Clreville Trnmv ” f Ku "'»- | t Q g .. .}{£ ' ‘ / r saw that Vdieh k 

that his idiosyncrasies were such as to A Russian newspaper recently under- hadcom d trathcrinir hims-lf anC * 
unfit him for liny ordinary profession. *°° k 10 investigate thc conditions-of the W oo,lthlrLtv moviuito dfx-s „ , ♦ 

enrae necesstiry on two occasions, be- *» U ®*'*L ® n <l declares that inKlefajbne *avfiite h-iir It nwuv ” Vr.iihr.» 
fore he sncecd.d to-the crown, to de- they number more than two thousand J^/Vho .poJe r tn h * 

prive him of his command of the navy Per® 008 , living ln thc alleys, barges and , Thev w ere nnralv'zed bv tli« 1 ° 

in conscq^ncc pf hi. gross incompe ^hor available Elding places among mSs"n,dacUv 

tence rtnfl <?rnsB stupidity. Tho moat l ’ ho Dnei P er > ““I *)»t two-thirds of the ** -- } ’ 

astounding stories of his lack of in- lumber are men of culture, graduates, The Kins; or Aslutntee's Wire,, 

tclligonco and of his mental density are nan y °* them, of thc universities and In Ashantee no man is over allowed 
and i nay nM that there -heological seminaries. "A more I to sec any of the king's wives, and 
rtc ms to lx* a strain of Insanity in the ' vrct< 'bed and dissipated crowd,” re- should he even accidentally see one Ids 
blood of sevr ral of his illegitimate de- morb* thc paper, “It would bo hard to punishment is death. These wives dur- 
scendnnts. From this it will be seen imu Jf' no - All the more dismal and ap- ing thc working season attend to thc 


would moke so vile a pun would not ma tions where least expected and re- 
scruple to pick c pocket. He makes baling wonders of brilliant color. 


Agates uro made in thc same fashion. 
However, in this Instance the small 
chaniiM by which the water flowed ln 
and out lx*cnme closed up in some way, 
and so the process stopped. After tlie 


lie iu tills paragraph was made in thc lnpse of no one cnn tc,t how many 
oflloe of u certain official who has a centuricK, the stony mass containing 
white heard long and flowing. The the chulcedony chamber with its liquid 
punster nnd a Rod.ester l rum report- intents was broken open and it fell 
cr entered the office together and to- out> being loose, 
gether spoke to the official. The re- ________ 

porter noticed n hair on the official's Thunder In Various Regions. 

shoulder und said: “Mr.-, there’s a- Java is said to be thc region of thc 

.' V .r! U ' ,mir ,° n yOUr , coa V. 1 11 tak0 globe where it thunders oftenesL hav- 
o . 1 he punster saw that ins chance ing thunderstorms ninety-seven days in 
had come, and. gathering h.msclf as a the year. After it are Sumatra, with 
bloodthirsty mosquito does when about eighty-six days; Hindustan, with flfty- 

ov^u a V ,nn °, < i CDt,,,aK i Cn \ bh,rtt ‘ ,l0Ut: ^ Borneo, with fifty-four; the gold 
'•Wfiite hair it away. Neither the coast , with fifty-two; and Rio de Jan- 


•'■Wfiltc hair it away.’ 1 


i. blurted out: 
Neither tbc 


official nor the reporter spoke for a mo- eiro , with fifty-one. In Europe, Italy 
ment. They were paralyzed by the des- occpu., the first place, with thirty- 
perstc ma n's audacity. eigh t days of thunder, while France 

The King or Aiirantee'* wive«. * nd southern Rq*sia have sixteen days) 

In Ashantee no man is over allowed 0reat Britain and Switzerland seYbn 
.... „n... 1 •_•_ ...._ * . Jurs. and Norwav onlv four davs. 


ly sf* , end i may add that there -heological seminaries. “A more to sec any of tho king's wives, and da -' 8 ’ und Norway only four days, 
sec ms to lx* a strain of Insanity In the w retehed and dissipated crowd," re- should he even accidentally see one his Thunder is rare at Cuiro, being heard 
blood of seve ral of his Illegitimate de- marks the paper, “it would be hard to punishment Is death. These wives dur- only three days in the year, and is ex- 
.scendnnts. From this it will be seen ‘ mo £ ine - All the more dismal and ap- ing thc working season attend to thc tremely rare in northern Turkestan and 
imm oft larenee can scarcely P a| B n g a ppea rs their life for tho very king s plantations, but the rest of thc the polar regions. The'northern limit 
beregarded as a particularly suspicious reaaon ^ a ' nen °f culture and knowl- time they live at Coomassle, tlie Ashan- thunderstorms passes 

one in England. edge are enlisted Hi tha ranks of this tee capital, where they occupy two lomr By Cape Ogle, Iceland, Nova Zembla. 

syrstchefi fraternity:” . streets. _____ and the coast of the Siberian sea ^ 


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