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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: TUESDAY MORNING,
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. a- jiovcmont to Rooovor tho
cmiuloiior of ChrlHt
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' 11, t!i- 'iMn Kinpluj-fil
lit the Mlllllt'r.
hiU' fir the rescue of tho
' i hnst and all the other
, m Jerusalem from the
iril'iliever is now being
t'u liitholie ehureh. The
- ii u it ins sanction, and me
i II ! Cross is organizing'
i ,i ' i .itholie Christendom.
, ml and lance, however,
it kittles be fought, nor
i nil rn "arms of precision"
, 1 1 .ti the place of thoso an-
rn mi nt of the soldiers of
liiiuillon. Xeither will
i .f .inns and bloodshed,
jmimi and powder smoke.
s .if moving men will at-
1, 1 in his strongholds;
a hungry hordes of zealots
i possible task of crossing
i ntr in pursuit of a chi-
villi i me idea.
1 1 ynn the new crusade
. I that preached by the
. ,Iku in France and the
is in Germany, and as
' t ii m have no doubt joined
i panoplied throngs
i rt .Ii rick, of ltarbarossa,
u I. ion Heart or St. Louis,
ad the doings of those
ks in the chronicles of
nisade is not being con
. same lines as those of
,1 i nut and St. licrnard. It
ii lied ith equal fervor,
ut the methods proposed
niTerent It is preemi-
t. entli century idea and
, h.no the usual nine
. 1Ti-i tiveness. The lead-
1 1 a movement intend to rely
power of gold rather than
HI KCII OF THE HOI Y 8EP-
irms or strategy to win
nl ill try to purchase
a od wealth what so many
u h treasure were vainly
of the modern crusader
itmt 1 to furnishing the
with to make this possi-
n ' me condition iru-
i -,. who join the army
-- the payment of tho
" cents annually or
iii'urship The army
n N of thousands of
r the world and al
lot mbership in Araeri
i 'U Its headquarters
states are in the city of
nbutions furnished tho
i'i purchased the Turk
'iTounded the ancient
Ii M'ph, the first church
t.the foster father of
n- In en erected on tho
Imp. and at Nazareth
In pilgrims is being
in. -f funds. liut the
iimy is to raise suili
r. base all the shrines
' ' M-pulclu r, whiili i"
ii sinte the year 1MW,
trol of the orthodox
.i.i.l t lie Franciscan
i' barge of it on be
i i hurcli.
ii Holy Sepulcher is
nig and includes bo
ll -. the traditional
' i imatliea, wherein
m.iin other spots
ii i ition ith the
f Hie Redeemer,
'.mils right under
ut ninety feet away
f t ahary, whereon
I .lust across the
it marking the spot
.iid 1i Magdalene,
i!n prison of Christ,
v at the spot where
r divided Christ's
i t at the foot of the
t i the chapel of Cal
'i which Christ sat
li thorns and mocked
urn On the rock
the places where
PI.d of His gar
t where lie was
the place where
I mteil and tho spot
b dj was placed in
i- aftir being taken
- Here also is one
i' were split across at
' Holy Sepulcher, tho
inrtuaries, is divided
I irst is the Chapel of
n the angel appeared
' ' '' ' and where there is
f the stone that closed
'i In sat, and then
r" liher itself. The en-
" low that a person
r ' a stooping position
'" ' s and there is bare-
f t three persons at a
''ii.il rock is covered
, ' alabaster to preserve
1 ' 'n and tho slab now
' Hie identical one put
H 'en, the mother of
'rat On panels bo-
"'" -wo representations
usiirrection, ono be-
' r' ' ks and tho other to
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A PERILOUS TRIP.
On Foot Through Trtnry, Turkestan and
.SIIxtU to St. 1'eternliurR.
It may bo safely asserted that not
one of his Episcopal brethren lias ever
performed such a feat as formed an ep
isode in tho early life of tho newly-appointed
bishop of Norwich, says the
St. James' Gazette. After serving a
couple of years as curato under Dr.
Hook at Leeds, Mr. Sheepshanks went
out to ISritish Columbia in lS5y, when
that colony was a far wilder and more
isolated country than now. He did
eight years of rough work, and then
determined to come home for a holiday,
at all events, electing to travel via
Japan and China, in those days a by no
means familiar route. For months lie
disappeared entirely from mortal ken,
and his family began to entertain seri
ous misgivings ns to his fate.
Ono evening n young Cambridge man,
afterwards head-master of a well
known grammar-school, but tutor for
the nonce to a Russian prince, was
smoking a cigarette in hit, rooms in ht.
Petersburg, wliun his servant an
nounced that a moujik wanted to see
him very urgently. The unknown vis
itor was shown up nnd appeared in the
well-worn garb from which llrian
O'Lynn derived his simple but practic
al sartorial notions. To his host's ut
ter bewilderment this uncouth being
addressed him in refined English, and
presently explained that he was a
brother Cantab desirous of securing
his good ofllccs. The man, in short,
was Rev. John Sheepshanks, who, hav
ing landed some six months before
near tho mouth of the Amoor river,
had made his way alone nnd on foot
through Tartary, Turkestan and Si
beria to the banks of the Nea.
Iiiilhldiiiillt) In Vegetation.
The vegetation covering tho slopes
of European mountains, as well as
that on the great snowy peaks of the
American Cordilleras and other ranges
has an indUiduality, a character of its
own, striking even the most indiiler
ent of tourists. In this ilora all is
dwarfed and on a small scale. The
llowers alone, of relatively exaggerat
ed sizetind generally brilliant in color,
seem to bo abnormally developed. The
manner of growth of the plants is a
surprise to those ignorant of their his
tory and the causes of their peculiar
appearance. While in the lowlands,
large plants, with spreading brandies
and well developed foliage, generally
have llowers smaller than the leaves,
the reverse is true in the higher re
gions. Another easily noticed pecul
iarity is that while the Alpine flora in
sunshine show llowers of great size
and vivid coloring, as the gentians,
auriculas, anemones and violets, in the
shade, on the other hum!, we find them
small nnd weak in color. Thus, the
action of the sun's rays on vegetation
at great elevations seems to be more
intense than on tho plains,
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION
Standard Ware-House anil Storage Company.
Know all men by these presents, that the un
dersigned have associated and do hereby asso
clnte ourselves together for the purpose of form
ing a corporation and becoming Incorporated
under the lawa of the Territory of Arizona, and
do hereby make, adopt, Blgu and acknowledge
these articles of Incorporation, to-wlt
Tho name of this corporation Is and shall be
be the "Standard Ware-House and Storage
Company," and its principal placo of business,
tho City of I'hrenlx, Maricopa county, Arizona.
Tho names of tho Incorporator of tho com
pany arc 1'. J. Cole. E. J. Ilennttt, Richardson
Fleming and Thomas Armstrong, Jr.
Tho general nature of the business pro
posed to bo transacted Is that of acquiring by
purchase, lease or otherwise, warehouses, de
lators, and storeago rooms and buildings, tho
buying, telling, renting and using of the same
for tho purpose of storage, tho receiving of
grain, ore, merchandise and other propei ty Into
storage and the issuing of ware-house receipts
for the same, tho collection of proper charges
for such services and the buying mid fellliu of
grain, ore, merchandise and other property,
real and personal.
Tho capital stock of this corporation shall be
ono hundred thousand dollars, divided into ten
thousand shares of ten dollars each, and the
same shall be paid In at such times and In such
amounts as tho board of dlrectora may deter
mine ARTICLE IV.
Thetimoof the commencement of this cor
poration shall be tho flrt day of June, ls'JI, and
the termination thereof shall bo tncuty-flvo
The business of tho corporation Bhall bo man
aged and conducted by the board of directors,
consisting of three stockholders, who shall be
elected by the stockholders on tho first diy of
Juno In each year, and who shall with the
other electUo officers of the corporation hold
office for tho term of ono year and until tholr
successros arc elected and qualified.
The officers of this corporation shall be a
president, a Uee president, a secretary and a
treasurer, who Bhall bo elected in the same
manner at the directors
The board of directors may also appoint such
other officers and agents as they maj deem
Hie highest amount of indebtedness or lia
bility to which this corporation shall at any
time subject itself is tho sum of one hundred
thousand dollars, provided, however, that Its
total indebtedness or liability aside from that
arising upon its ware house receipts and asldo
I rum tho actual value of property held or
I owned by It as collateral to such indebtedness
or liability, shall never exceed five thousand
The private property of the stockholders of
the corporation shall be exempt from liability
for the debts of the corporation.
In w itness whereof we have hereunto set our
hands and seals, tills 1st day of June, 1S'J1
I . J. COLK, eal
E J. UENN'ITT, Seal
IUCIIAUUsO.V FLEMING, heal
The lliiiinlliin Nhuiiln.
The Hawaiian group of islands are
the most isolated bits of land upon the
globe. They are tvn thousand miles
from the mainland and eighteen hun
dred and sixtv miles from any other
land worth calling such. They are not
bits which once formid portions of
some largi r piece of land, and were
subsequently isolated by oceanic
changes. Tiny are of olcanie origin,
having at some period been thrown up
from the Inittom of the sea. One eon
sequence is that they have a flora al
most peculiar to themselves. A large
proportion of the native plants are
found nowhere else.
Florence and Globe Stage Line
FLORENCE DAILY FOR
kjl Riverside and mono at 7 oeiocs:, r m , stops
all night at Rlvers'.do and arrives at (Hobo at
5 o'clock, p. M., returning, leaves Globe at 8
o'clotk a. M .arrives at Horeme at 1 o'clock
A. M. Good accomodation on tho road, Im
proved line, good stock and comfortarne stages,
four-horse coach every other day W. E.
GUILD, Agent, Florence E. K. KELLNER A
DoDsaekcr's Stage Line.
IO. I'bienix fl-iu n m. I.'o Jlwn 1 W 1 in.
1 'c. Tempo 30 a m. Le. Itm uJ " P ni
Ar. iicsa '.' W a in Ar I'liu-ulx 4.00 p. m.
I.'o I'hirn'x 1 10 p m. 1 'e Mcfaf. '0 a m
l.'e TruineJ to P m 1 e 'I em ei ii n in
Ar Men 'i ' Ar I'lm ii x ' 00 a. in
CAIIHV I'ASSEXGKllS AND EATRESS.
Office Commercial hotel, frank l'hllllp and
K aLes' stable
TrhRiTon oi Ak17i.sa,i
UoUNT 01 Makiiopa, I
lleforo me, Ilruce 1'erley, a notary public in
and for ald county and territory, on this da;
personally appeared 1". J tole, K J llennltt,
Richardson Fleming, and Thomas Armstrong,
Jr., personally known to mo to bo the persons
whose names are subscribed to the foregoing
articles of Incorporation, and acknowledged to
me that they and each of them executed the
sumo for the uses, purposes ami consideration
Given under my hand and seal of office this
first day of June. A D Wil
Seal J HRUCE I'ERLEV,
TEUMTOK of Akizomi
CoI'.st or Maricopa.
I, Nerl Osborn, count) recorder in and for
county and territory aforesaid, do hereby cer
tlfytlatthe within Instrument was filed for
record at 5 10 o'clock p m. on this lBt day of
June, ls'J I, and duly recorded In Hook No. 2of
Articles of Incorporation, Records of Maricopa
County, Arizona, at pages SO, SI, .
Itness my hand and official seal the day and
year above w rltteti.
ca' NERI OSIIORN,
Recorder's Offkk, i
I'liiiMX, M imtopi Co , A T.i
Filed and recorded at request of I'hcenlx Na
tional Hank, Juno 1, lS'ii, in 1 10 p in , Hook -
Artlctcs of Incorporation, pages SO, si, W
STAGE Ml LINF.
CARRYING THE U. S MAIL
BOWIE STATION. VIA SOLOMOXVILLF,
TO FORT THOMAS ANT) GLOBE.
A Dally Uno of Stages running between the
atiove points, connecting at soiomonvllle with
Stage lino for Clifton, UpperQIla, and at Howie
Station with tho Houthern l'HClflc railroad
New Coaches, Splendid Teams, Fast Time.
Special teams on liand all the tlmo for tho ac
coimnodatlon of drummers and families, inc
Rest Equlpjied dtago Lino in Arizona.
The Great Middle Route Across (he
American Continent in Connec
tion with the Ititilwajs of
the "Siintii Fe Route."
l-IlI UREsQUE SCENERY,
TheQrandCanon oi the Colorado, the most
sublime o! Nature's work on the Earth, inde
scribable, can easily te reached via Flagstaff,
W llllams or Peach Springs on this road. To
thoNuturil Bridge of Arizona and Mor.tenma's
well you can Journey mint dlrectlj by this line
Observe the Ancient Indian Civilization of La
guna. or of Acoma, "Tho City of the Skj,"
Visit the 1'etrlfled Forest near Carrlzo. Sco and
marvel at the freak of Canon Diablo lake a
hunting trip In tho magnificent pine fnrestspf
tho San Francisco Mountains Und luterest in
the ruins of tho pre-htsloric Cave and Cliff
Dwellers View tho longest Cantilever bridgo
in America across the Colorado River.
T R. Qabkl, General Superintendent, Albu
quoniuo, New Mexico. VY. A. Bibsell, General
Passenger Agent, San Francisco. Cal and Al
buquerque, New Mexico. II. H. an Slyck,
General Agent. Albuquerque. N. M
TALBOT & HUBBARD.
'a handwriting is said to bo a key to his character, but the stationery a business
man uses is a sure index of his business.
A good business man uses tastv. snhstnnfini ,.,,! ., .... ... , ... .
" " ri,UKU maud, a. puir one suDstuutes a
stamp or shoddy, cheap stationery. Customers and natrons know the dim.
and the cheapest becomes the dearest.
Are the Best Equipped Job Rooms In Arizona,
The finest lino of Printers' Stationery ever brought to Arizona has just been received and
we are prepared to print anything from a visiting card to a book as cheaply as tho same
class of work can bo obtained in any of the largo cities.
Pamphlets, posters, letter heads, bill heads, statements, all kinds of envelopes, blanks of
every description, and in fact
HLL KINDS OF
Receive Prompt Attention.
A full stock of society stationery always on hand, such as wedding cards, invitations,
programs, etc. a Trial Will Satisfy You.
The Arizona Republican Co.,
Monilion Block. Phoenix, .Arizona.
I'OIENIX, TEMPE AND MESA STAGE
I.v I'h(Bnlxat7a m. Lv. Mesa at 1 p. m.
Lv. Tempe at 9 a, m. Lv Tempo at .30 p. m.
Ar. in Meea at 10 a. m Ar I'luenlxat 4p m.
Lv. Fhornlx at i n ra. Lv. Mca at 6.30 a m,
Lv. Tempe at I 00 p. ni. Ly. Tempe at 7 30 a. m.
Ar. in Mesa at 5 p.m. Ar. hhienix at9 30 a. m
Carry Passengers or Kx press.
FRANK MILLER, PROP.
Office at Mesa Fruit Store.
Phoenix k Prescott Stage Line
FOR Presoott. via blaok oanyon:
Lcayo Phcenlx, Tuesday, Thursday and Satnr
day at 7 a. ra. Arrive, Sunday, Wednesday and
Friday at 9 a. m. Fare, J12 60 Fifty pounds oi
baggage Iree, excess, 0 cents rcr pound.
For PrHtctt, tu ToHom d tnfnu :
Leave I'hoenlx, Monday, Wednesday and Fri
day at 7 a.m. Arnvo, Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday at 5 p. m. Fare, 15. Fifty pounds ol
Uggago free, excess, Ta cents per pound.
)SF Office with Wells, Fargo A Co.
J-lENTlir E. KEMP & CO.
--W IIOLESALE AND RETAIL DKALEK IN-
Shelf and Heavy
SOLE AGENTS FOR
Bain Wagon Co., Deere Plow Co., Columbus Bupgy Co., South
Bend Chilled Tlow, McCormick Harvesting Machine Co.,
Standard Mower, Planet Jr. Garden Tools.
WEST OF CITY HALL PLAZA - - - PHOENIX, ARIZONA.
L,ITIIOGItAriIINO A.'I JJOOK JJIIVT) I3VQ.
0. S. MAIL AND STAGE LINE.
inn!.nr trnm Globe. Kan farloi Fort
Thomas and all points, below will pleaie .io
the stage at boiomouviue ior uuutnu vu ..
days, Wednesday and Fridays at . o cioox a jn
making close connection at Uuncan with tni
train Irom Lordsburgto Clifton and Moreiicl ,
Also with the stage itr larusie, kuwui
returning iruui uunmu w uu.uu.w...... .--
..... I .llf.n.. unit .lairA 1mm l.Rr
lisle on Tuesdays. Thursdays and Saturdays, ar
riving at Solomonvillo at G o'oclock p m I
keep a good corral at each end of the route
This is a short road free from dust and chuck
holes Commercial men taken on any day of
tho week. noaii okkkm,
SEND FOR DESIGNS S ESTIMATES
Ho for While Hills Mining Camp-!
TrI-Weokly State Line.
Through In one day: 8 passenger, 4-horse
thoroughbrace wagon, change horses at Cross
ranch and at Mountain Springs leave' King
man Monday Wednesday and Friday at 7 30 a
m., and arrives at camp at 7 n ra. same day.
Leaves White Hills Camp fussday. Thursday
and Saturday at 8 a. m., and arrives at King
man at G p. m. same day.
Shortest and most 'direct route to the Kuw
White Hills mining camp. Stage office at store
the W H. Taggart Mercantile company. Extra
conveyances on applicaUon
Southern Paeifle Co.
rt CA A. M. DAILY, MIXED TRAIN FOB
L ' O U Tucson, Benson, Lordsburgh Demlng,
Eli'asoand Intermediate stations.
-I C K l A. M. DAILY PACIFIC EX
" I 2'DJ PRESS for points In California,
Nevada, Oregon and Washington.
U1 rt P. M. DAILY, ATLANTIC EX
'.VZ press for Tucaon, Benson. Demlng
El pasoTsan Antonio. Houston and New Orleans
8-1 K. V. M. DAILY, MIXED TRAIN FOR
11.D Yuma and intermediate stations.
T. H. GOODMAN.
Gen. Pass. Agent
Gen. Trafflo Manager.
Ban Francisco, Cal.
aps, Pamphlets, I
0iG? Stationery, ?
r.SR Bannlner S:.
Los Anffelea. Ca.
-SF - ---, 7-L-'-
THE MONTEZUMA, sZtiJSSSSSPl1-''
new mexico. jr. iSS3i r-
Clark D. Frost, Manager.
This MagnificeBt Wayside Inn is located in the Rocky Mountaine, 705J
ims jungu.ui. j on thfl ganU te route
Von Should 'V tii
A Modem Hotel. Constant Sunsliiue.
Open tLe Year Round. Medicinal Hot Springs
Low Weekly Kates. Huutins: and Fisbinff.
... iuk nifl Plouanvp.
Dry, Cool Air. n "" -....:..' .. . ..- . n
iHk Ji Dh'
..thr LAND OF SUNSHINE."
Him,H,uct'on of Raphael's