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JNO. W. DAVIDSON, Attorney at Law, Saguache, Will practice in all courts. Colo. H. AARON LORD, M. D. CRESTONE~ COLORADO. Surgeon to the San Luis Valley Land & Mining Co. Off]co in Croutons Drug Store. J. TRACY 31EL I/IN, M. D. PHYSICiAN AND SURGEON, ORice opposite American House, San Juan av~- sue. Calls promptly answered, day or night. xamining Surgeon U. S. Pension Bureau. 487. O. P. SHIPPEY, M. D., Villa Grove, Colo. i CHAS. HAYDEN, Attorney-at-Law, Saguache, Colo. THB AMERICAN HOI]SE SAGUACHE, COLO, MRS. M. E. COLVIN, PROP. This house has recently changed hands. The new management will aim to make it the best hotel iu the valley. Good beds and an excellent table can be relied upon, 1,1| The Sogoaclto County Bank, Pioneer Bank of 8agnache County. Organized, May, 1850. Incorporated, July, 1882. CAPITAL STOCI~ $50,000.00. A General Banking Busi- Transacted. Drafts Issued on Principal Cities of Europe. Safe Deposit Box~ for Rent. OFFICER8 AND DIRECTORS. ISAAC GOTTHELF, President. LEOPOLD MAYER, Vies-Prec. CIIARLES TARBELL, Cashier. WM. F. BOYD, Asst. Cashier. MARK BIEDELL. CORRESPONDEN rS. Kountze Bros., New York City. First National Bank, Denver, Colo. First National Bank, Pueblo, Colo. /)eecrt Land--Final Proof Notice for Publication. Land Office at Del. Norte, Colo., April 23rd, 1901. Notice is hereby given that Clarence Clin- ton Clay ot Sagua,,he, Cole,, has filed notice of intention to make proof on hls desert land claim I~o. 82, for the W h)t 6, see. t, twp. 43 NR8EN MPb'lbeforethe clerk of district court at Saguaehe, Colo. on Saturday the 1st day of June, 1901. He names the following witnesses to prove the complete irrigation and reclamation of said lan:L John P. Melster. Alice O. Melster, Clyde A, WelGb, James B. Fnllerton, all of 19aguache, 4Jolorado. JAS. H. BAXTER. Regtster. SAGUACHE COUNTYABSTRACT COMPANY, Dealers In Saguache County REAL ESTATE. CHOICE I~ANCHES For sale in the Best Portions of the San Luis Valley--the fa- mous grain field of Colo- rado. Property rented for non-res- Idents, taxes paid and msur- ante written. SAGUACHE, COLO. ['. V_. EUKLINGA,V,E & :i d,. AND LA3ORA ~ O~f ~stablishedin Colorado,186& Samples by mum!or expre~ s will reeive prompt and careful atteut ion flald IP, ~llua, Bnllian Refined, Melted end Asseyed UUIU SO~II|UI g UUII OR PURCHASED. t,,n~r~tratlon Tests--;~'~. or car is,:,' ~o, r{',e for tt'rm:: 1736 1738 LaweeneeSt.. Dearer. C~,,* A, BREWER, LiYery and Feed Stable, Denver Ave. SAGUACHE. I have just added a largo and com- ~ plots line of UNDERTAKING GOODS. ']:his department is m charge of one who -has had many years experience as an undertaker and funeral director. My line of coffins runs from the cheapest to fine metalic caskets. I :have a hoaxes. Bad Blood Breeds Humors Boils, Pimples, Eruptions, Sores, De/)ility, Languor, Kidney Troubles, Indigestion and That Tired Feeling, All of whMt Hood's Sarsaparilla Cures, by purifying, enriching and vit'dizing the blood~ Blood troubles, left unchecked, in- crease and multiply just as naturally as the weeds and thistles infesting the soil. They need the same radical treat- Inent~ too. They should be rooted out in Spring. HOOD'S 3arsaparilla Stops the breeding of disease germs and impurities in the blood. It also imparts vitality andrichnes% and that me.ms a strong, vigoroufi body as well as a clear healthy skin. You will look better and feel ben ter if you begin taking Hood's Sarsa- parilla TODAY. It Purifies The Blood after a while became a mass of sores. "I began giving him Hood's Sarsaparilla and soon the sores were getting better. "They finally healed without leaving a scar." Mas. L. Tu~sT, ? WIllow Avenue, Hoboken, N. J. LOCAL HAPPENINGS G. O. Taylor ~'Vhisloes, arv pure medlcln~.l stimutsnta Instruction on piano and organ. Mrs. Pittenger. Frank Peterson, was over from the east sioe yesterday. Instruction given on p|ano and organ. Mrs. Pittenger. Art Creger t)ough~ Dandy from I~n A Brewer on Monday. Tablets and box papers at lwoest prices at CRESCENT office. We are a day late this week owmg to the delay of the mails. Get your Bluestone at the Gotthelf & Tarbell Mer. Co's. Lowest prices. The photograph outfit pulled out for Crestone on last ThurSday. Attend the high school commence- mpnt at Umon hall tomorrow night. .......... ,me Dan and Johu Mahoney of Bonanza were in town Thursday and Friday of last week. Make your arrangements to attend the Woodman dance at Dune's hall on June 6th. .~ia, G. O. Taylor 1VhiMios~ honestin~uri$D Ed Funk, one of Cochetopa's'ranch and cattlemen, was in town on business Tuesday.--Guunison Repubhcan. F, at first class short-order meals at Mrs. Schwackenherg's restaurant, wheni in Villa Grove. Opposite the -155"~ffice. I Don Gilbert and Mr. Grattan cams i down from~ Bonanza early..~at0rdayI m0rumg after a coffin for- Chas.: Gilbert. ~eed Potatoes, George Itazard has some small pota- toes whmh can be used for seed which he will sell at 50 cents per 100 pounds. We are informed that two more cases of smallpox imve developed on th'e Upper Saguache--Mr. Chu rch and George Top ham. ,D =. /~,i ~,~ ~.sxic;~ ~A greaL value tothesic~r \Vearei,foruwdthat the houseoccu- pied by \V. ]~. Cox (og~'thor with all his househokl goods at, Alamosa were burned the firstof the week C. B. Coffin of Salida, Colo., graduate and practical optician will b~ in Saguache on Wednesday and Thursday, May 29 and 30. J. L. Hurt arrive(~ Tuesday with his t,e~d of 1500 cattle from Saguache. They ~iil be taken to the Taylor river ranges for the summe~.-Gunnison Republican. Tile Jeweler \Viii be at S,gnache during court week, ,/sue 3 lo 8 ~ith a moo line of watel~s, jewelry end spectacles. All work (h,r,e neetly and ~naranteed. Yours H~espect. H.'D. MeKelvey. G. O, Taylor" WhiskZe$~ are decidedly fin Short Order. Mrs. Frank Iiall, Villa Grove, is now prepared to give short order meals a~ reasonable prices. CASTORIA Yor Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of CENTER SHOTS. Tom Good, manager of the Del Norte flour mills, was transacting business m Center Monday. Editress Lane and assistant, of tl.e Hooper Press, were Center visitors last Monday. The social at the hall last Friday was largely attended. Lem and Jim Lockett of Saguache were m town Sunday. J. L. Hurt while enroute to Gunntson was taken with a serious attack of rheu- matism at Poneha. Mrs. Hurt went to attend him last Friday. Mr. Bixler's printing plant arrived from Denver Monday and the first issue will make its appearance next week. Mr. Louis Conant of the Monte Vista Jour- nal came out Tuesday to assist him in setting up his job press. Mrs. W. M. Brashear has been quite ill the past week. A large delegation of Woodmen from this place attended a meeting at Hooper last Saturday. Paints, Oils, Varnish, Furn. Enamel, Gold Paint, Varn. Stains, PaintBrushes and White-. Charles Johnson agent for McOormit:k ..... L I~ ..... L --m, harvesters and mowersmoved h sfamiiyI WHEH flrHEHHK out from Hooper the firs~ of the week. ] II ~#lq~ll I~IIIdlVlIM~V Gee. Dyett sold his interest in the artsI sian well outfit to W. W. Wyland. I There is to be a grand horse race at I Center next Sunday. Everybody come. g~All~d.th~kIDhar Jess Hess was over from Hooper last ~M~UU~ll~ BliM!i Monday, Miss Alice Chase, who has been visit- ing her sister, Mrs. J. N. Lawzence, re- turned to her home at Monte Vista last Tuesday. Pete Sheridan made a trip to the saw mill on La Garita the last of the weeR. W. M. Brashear has built a board fence around the back part of his resi- dence lot. W.H. Graham and Jute Law- reh~e were the artzsts with the crow bar and shovel. Will Birdwell went up to the Wallace cow camp the last of the week. 1%. P. Sells moved back rote his hotel butldmg Saturday. T. E. Ickes returned from a bust-cos trip to Denver Friday. 'There is more Catarrh in th~s section of the country than all other diseases put together, and until the last few years was supposed to be in- curable. For agreat many years doctors pro- nounced it a local disease, and prescribed local remedies, and by conbtuntly faihng to curo with local treatment pronouueed ]t incurable. Bci- once has proven catarri~ to be a constitutional disease, and therelor~ requires constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Curs. manufactured by F. J. Cbeney & Co., Toledo. Ohio, is the only constitutiontU, cure on the market, it is taken internally in doses hem 10 drops to a teaspoon- ful. it acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. They offer one hundred dollars for any case It fails to cure. ~en(i for circulars and testimoaiais. Address, F. J, CIIENEY & CO, Tolcd% O. Sold by Drugcists, 75e. Hall's Famil:~ Pills are the best. Wm. Crawford and Henry Berryman 'were examming properties at Spring gulch, Short creek and Cotton creek last week and report that the same veins a~e being sho~n up in that vicintty that are attracting so much attention here, Ap factit seems as if the surface is not'~o badly shaken and the veins~are better defined than in this immediate portion of the range.--Eagle. "I have been suffering from dyspepsia for the past twenty years and have been unable after trying all preparations and physicians to get any relief. After tak- ing one bottle of Kodol Dyspepsta Cure 1 found rebel and am now in better health than I have been for twenty years I cannot praise Kodol Dyspepsia Cure too highly," thus writes Mrs. O. O. Rob errs, North Creek, Arkansas. Saguache Pharmacy. FARM FOR SALE. Located as follows: N. E. I-4 Sec. 3, Twp. 44, R. I0, in Saguache County, Cob. Is assessed at $760. Terms Cash. Address, J. T. PATTERSON, 325 Sakm St., Maiden, Mass. mary Co. Johnny Smith was up from the Vet- eran country today. Sheriff Williams was a Crsstone visit- or the first of the week. E. M. Wales was over from the ranch today on court business. S. W. Hodding left on Monday for an extended vtsit in England. Marquis White, the Villa Grove livery- man, was in town yesterday. Hen. J. D. Pilcher, distrtct attorney, came in from Creede yesterday. Mrs. H. M. Bryan has been engaged to teach the Veteran school this summer. Mrs. M. E. Colvin and Miss Landess were Moffat visitors the first of the week Ray McManis of Center was in town a few days last week and made this office a call. Mrs. C. W. Walte~s and Miss Breeze of Moffat, were Saguache visitors last Sat- urday. R. S. Fisher and Alex Craig came down from Bonanza on Sunday to attend the Gilbert fuueral. W. D. Davidson and A. Z. Brown of Mirage were transacting business in Saguache on Thursday of last week. Uncle George Rood was over from his ranch east of Moffat the first of the week ca business and make this office a call. Mr. Elsie Wells of Victor came in on yesterday's stage for a visit with his sis- ter, Mrs. Zach Clark of Upper Saguache. George W. Beckley who has been quite sick for over a week, waaso far recover- ed as to be able to come down to his store the first of the week. Mrs. W. A. Lockett, who has beeu stopping with her son Ned since the fam- ily departed, lelt on last Thursday to jom them at the ranch in the 41. Cha~. Damey and Ohas. Brown, t~o promment ranchmen from near Crestona a'ere transacting business with the county supt. of schools yesterday. Mr. Hettler of Crestone was in town Tuesday on probate busmess. He re- i ports havmg a deal on for some mining property in which he is interested. G, O. Taxlor Whiskies, of superior excellence Catholic Chorch Notice. ~earsths ~,,~h0 K i~ 0u Hav0Always Bought , -- [ I will be at the plaza west of Saguache WANTED--Capable, rcliable person in every ,. ndi county to represent large c( mpany of s,,hl flnan- , on the Wednesday followmg the eeco oia|.r'eputatlon: $936 s/~aZly per ~ear,.payable] Sunday in each montb, and at Saguache wee~Y, $;~ per oay at,aerate ysure ann an expen- i ..... f "" in and will sos. straight, bonafide, defimte salary, no tom- ] on I~no '~'nursaay OllOW g mission~ s'dary paid each Saturday end expense [ ]~h.~ + t~ I~ ce ~, e mass a eat,, ,.,~e money advanced eaci~ "eek, STANDAIgD i ......... P * '~ I HOUSE, .884 DzaaBo~ ~T. CmOA~O. I Father Good. ! From old age --seven yems of ripening in the wood, thm~ -- bo'.tlcd ccr:zinty. And sca'ed, and stamped ,a:ti~ ~t~e maker's name. And warranted -- pure~ripe~ mellow Every bottle of P. fl TAYLOR u.u.. Never sold in bulk. Of Drt~sts, Grocers, and Liceam~l Dealers. Trarlff >:applied i?L WOLFE LONDONER,. Grocer, I)~ver rile BRIDAHA~I-QUEREAU DRUG CO.. Wholessl- Druggists, Denver. GEO. E. TAYLOR, Wholesale Drugglgt, Lamdville. Germs of disease should be promptly expelled from the l~'lood. This is a ttme when the system ie especially susceptible to them. Got rid of all im- purities in the blood by taking Hood's Sarsaparilla, and thus fortify your whole oody and prevent illness. Will Daily, ditch rider for the Travel- ers' Co. was in town the first of the week. A marriage license was issued )ester- day to Mr. Charles W. Hauntz and Mien Minnie Sales, both of Moffat, Colo. THE 8CHEME WORKED. A Scheme by Whleh Brown (~uleted His Wife's Suspleion. To be perfectly honest, Brown does not go to his Griswold street office every night that he tells his wife he is going there. The business which he says is pressing is frequently imagi- nary and the man whom he is going to meet does not exist. He belongs to a club, and clubs have their attrac- tions. He thought that his wife was growing suspiclous, and Brown Is re- sourceful. On the evening In question, as the lawyers would say, he told her that there was a matter of business that could not possibly be deferred until the next day. About 9 o'clock she answer- ed the 'phone and was asked If Brown was at home, and she replled that he was at his office. "Guess not," was the alarming re- sponse. "I was Just down there and all looked dark" She rang off viciously, if women ever do such things, ordered a coupe, told the driver to go as fast as the ordi- nance allows, kept taking on temper as she went and flew up stairs to the office as though a mouse were In hot pursuit. Her husband met her smil- Ingly, Insisted that she had gtven him a delightful surprise, put his easiest chair near the light' handed her a pa- per and apologlzed for having to re- sume work that would possibly keep him till 3. She could not explain, she could not keep awake, she was asham. ed of herself, and after lamely telling him that she had dreamed that he wan ill she left. In ten minutes he was at the club and shook hands with a man who stall- G. O. Taylor Whfsld~, Iffow in popularit),. E. N. Wood a late employs of the Lucky Strike mine went to his home in Gornellsville, Pa. Wedneeday.--Gunni. son Tribune. T.hia signature ia on every box ot the genuine Laxative Bromo.Q~a ~l.~ the remedy that em~ea aeold la ~ae d~ DIRECTORY. Twelfth Judlclal Distrlot. Sudge--Hon. C. (2,. Holbrook. Clerk--Lee Fairbanks. Attorney--& D. Pilcher. Legislative. Senator--Hen. Clark W. Roe. Representative--Hou. Mike White. County encore. Judge--Hen. O, D. Bryan. Clerk--Lee Fairbanks. Treasurer--S. Jewell. Sheriff--Eugene Williams. Assessor T.M. Alexander. Supt. of Schools--& I. Palmer. Surveyor--Tom I. Atwood. Coronsr--Dr. O. P. Shippey. Attornoy--Jno. W. Davidsou. County Physician--Dr. J. T. Melvin. CO~MISSIONERS. John Welty, Chatrman. Frank Brown. Johh E. Ashley. qlive Branoh r,odge, No. 32, A.F.&A.M. ~Regular meetinp held on the Satur- day on or betore the full moon in eaoh month at the Masonio Hall, (Duan'a brick bl~k), at 7"~) p.m. JOHN E. ASHLEY, W. M LF,~ F~Ia~A~MS. Secretary. Saguaohe Carols ~o. 28, ~V. of W. Meets in Odd Fellows Hall the ~xmd and fourth Saturday nights of each ~onth. ALVA SCANDRETT, 0. C. ~. C. LOCKETT, Clerk. lngly asked If the scheme worked. WANTED--Capable reliable Person in every He replied that it was as good as ready cou y reseat la~m~ comnanv o~ a~d''4 "- _ [ nt torep -.- -- .--. _ _~.~.u~.- money for at least 60 days, and then [ cial reputation~ $936 salary per year, payable ~at~h hn~whf n ~fflolz ~f ohina tl~,t n~,, J weekly, .$8 per nay absolutely sure and all expen- ....... ,~- -~. ~:,~.~" ~ --- *'~ ] sos, strazght, bona.rids, defluite salary, no corn- In the nlght.--~etroit ~ree t'ress. / mmsion, salary paid each Satu~a and expense ", / mosey a~vance~ eaen week. BTANDARD " ~ [ HOUSe, ~84, DZARBO~ ST., CRIOAOO. t Kin~:'| 1~ea.r of Woman's Beanty. ! ~ Charles XII of Sweden feared only _ ~~~ one powe, I, tbe world, the power of flfll.flRAl fi IJWRY beauty; only a handsome woman could .... -,,,--,,,,,~,,v ~'~ai ~a~ boast of making him quail--she put him to flight. He said: "So many he- roes have succumbed to the attractions of a beautiful faceI Did not Alexan. de,, my pet, burn a town to please a ridiculous adventuress? I want my life to be free from such weakness; history must not find aueh a stain upon it." He was told one day that a young girl had come to sue for Justice on be- half of a blind octogenarian father maltreated by soldiers. The first In- clination of the king, a strict disciplina- rian, was to rush straight to the plain- tiff, to hear the details of the misde- meanor for himself, but suddenly stop- ping he asked, "Is she good looking?" And being assured that she was both very young and unusually lovely, he sent word that she must wear a veil, otherwise he would not listen to her.- Countess Potocka's Memoirs. The Nstlonal Emblem. The Presbyterian Review tells of a Scottish mtnister who. remlnded the Lord in a prayer, "For, as thou know- est' men do not gather grapes of thorns nor figs of the national emblem." "This delicate reference to the this- fie as the national emblem of Scotland Is delicious," says The Review, "but how It would have surprised the writ- ers of the four gospelsI" M|ssed. "It's always dangerous to Jump at conclusions," said the careful man. "You're liable to make yourself ridicu- lous, to say the least." "That's right,!' replled the Jersey commuter. "I Jumped at the conclu- sion of a ferryboat once and missed It."--Catholic Standard au4 Times. Strong cheese Is recommended In moderation; it is suitable to those who suffer from "nerves," for It acts as a ~sedative, but If eaten to excess Its ef- fects are not good. Fools acqtflre wisdom and Ionfers go to work tomorrow.--Chlcago News. trhe Lnnd of the Gul/n~'. In Portugal men play upon the gut- tar as naturally as Yankees whistle. The peasants are universally glven to the instrument, chiefly as an accom- paniment to the voice. In towns and villages the artisans are often expert guitar players aud walk in groups to and from their work, enlivening the Journey with music and song. The carpenter who comes to your house to execute a small job brings his gultar with his tools, and the blacksmith Is a and Sale Stable, Wm J. Wel'ner, Prop., Fourth St., Saguache. Best of care given to all stock ~n- trusted to my care. OoantyState OfofCOlorado,3agaaohe. } ~ In the District Court. Belle b[ofl~tt, Plaintiff. 1 vs. [~ Summons. Chaun0ey ~V. Mofiat and A. H. Moffat, I Defendants. J The people of the state of Colorado, to A. H. Moffat the defendant above named, gretting. You are hereby required to appear in an aetlon bronght against you by tbe above uam, ed plaintiffin the district court of ~aguaehe county, state of Colorado, and answer the com- plaint therein within t~yenty days after the service hereo! if served wlthin thte coulr W, or U'served out of this county~ or by pui)lication within thirty days after the service hereof, ex. chtsive of the dayof service, nr Judgment by delault will be takeu against you according to the prayer of the setup|ajar. And if a copy of the comp/aint |n the above entitled action be not served with thls summons, or it the service hereof be made out ot this state, then teu days additional to the thee hereinbefore speeifled for appearance and answer will be allowed before the taking el Judgment by de. fault as aloresaid. Thesald action is brought lor alimony and. dJvison of property against the dotbn~ant Chauncey W.Mofl~t and to set aalde certain Lraudulent oot~voyane0s of real estate and lor - equitable relief against, the defettdant A. H. MoITat, as will m~re Ikllly appear from the complaint in said actioa to ~bleh reference Is here made. And you are hereby notified tltat If you tail to appear and to answer the said complaint as above required, tl~e said plaintiff will take de- fault and j udgment as prayed for iu said com- plaint. Given under myiiand and the seal of enid court atS,~guache, ia said county thm 17th day of May, A. D. 1901. [SEAL,l LEE FAIRBANKS, Clerk, C. A. Merriman, attorney for plaintiff. First pub. May 23--last June 20. MI ~IN6 APPLICATION. No. 557. Mineral Survey No. lg585, U, S. Land Office, at I)el Norte, Colo., March 13, 1901. [ Notice is hereby given thatthe Bonauz~t City Development Company, by,loin E. Ashley, its attorney whose posto~ce is.Bonanza, Colorado, has maAc application for apatent for 1500 lin- ear feet on theBaldwin lode bearing gold and silver, the same beieg 180 feet S 36* 51' E and 1320 fee~ N 36" 51' W of the a|scovery shaft with surface ground 300 feet in width. And 1500 (eel on the Stlver Spur lode bearing gohl and silver, tim same being 730 feet N 4~*, 18' W and 770 feet 8 44" 18' E from discovery shaft thereon wtth surface ground 300 test m width, situate in Ker- bs, creek mining district, Saguache couaty~ state of Colorado and ~eseribedin the plat alia llchi not0s on file in tnis omoe, as follows, vlz: BALDWIN LODE Beginning at cor No. 1, whence the N .~4 cor sec 19, twp 46 N R 8 E N M P M bears N 24" E 872.5 Ieet. Thence N 36 51' W 1500 feet to cor far better performer on the guitar than No, 2. Thence 8,53 09' W 300 feet to cor No. 3. the anvil. Thence S ~ 51 E 1500 feet to cor No. 4. Thence ] N 53 09' E 300 feet to cor No. 1, tne place of be- When the Portuguese day laborer or l gmn|ng" workman has finished his long day's 8ILVRRSI'UR LOI)E. toil, he does not hie him to a wineshop lleglmm)g at cm" No. 1, ou line 4-1 Baldwin "to squander the few cents he has earn- !ldethis sm'vey wimnee the N ~ eor sec 19a ,twp46, NR8ENM1 M bearsN 26 ~5'.10~ E ed; lie does not even lean against a 19~48s feet. Thence ~44" 18 E 15a0 feet to co, post and smoke or whittle a stick I No, 2. Thence S ~3" 09. W 302.Sleet t~eor~No. 3 ThenceNd~18~W 1,500 feet to era' No. 4. while swapping 3 arns with his fellows. I Thence N 53 ~r E sO2.5 feet to co, No. 1, the If he did not bring Lls guitar with him, : place o~ beginning Net ,area Baldwin lode ', 10.~31 acre~. Net area ~llver Spur lode I0.33i he goes straight home and gets it, rests acres. No| area of claim contain|ag 20.6~ acres and comforts himself with the music laud forming a portion of the S W ~, of sec 18 i aml N !/~ of see t9, twp 46 N R 8 E o[ the N M P while supper is being prepared. After- ~ M. Said location bei,~ recorded in eel 72, pages ward he spends the evening singing 54and72of the records of S~guache county, ! Colorado. Adjoining claims snr No. 1014 U. 8., doggerel songs to a strumping accom- 1 1015 India, 1466 Banker and 1t67 John A. Logan paniment, tilted back In a chair against lodes, claimants unknown, others If any un- known. hls own house or on the doorstep of a I .TAs, H. BxX~-~, P~l~r. nelghbo~,--Phlladelphla Record. J First ptlb Mar0h $1--1ast M~,Y 25,