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THE COCOJfDfO WEEKLY SUN: THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5, J 891.
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OAN THIS BE TRUE?
An Unexplored Reglou Said to Exist In
the Mute of Washington.
An old friend, who hns just returned
from a town of the now Western
States, tells mo, says a writer In tlio
SU Louis Kopubllathnt there Is nn un
explored region In tho Stato of Wnsh
ington which Is as Uttlo known as tho
lntorlor of Africa. It Is the- country
shut In by tho Olympic mountains and
Inoludes an area of about 2,500 squuro
miles, boinj; some 400 miles greater (n
extont than tho wholo stato of. Dela
ware This traekloss waste, to tho positlvo
knowlodgo of old residents of tho
state, has novor been trodden by tho
foot of man, whlto or Indinn. Tho
mountains mentioned rlso from tho
lovol country to within ten or fif een
miles of tho Straits of San Junn do
Fuca, and, towering to a hcleht of
6,000 to 8.000 foot, shut In this vnst
Tho Indians fenr tho spot as tho
Javans do their "Poison Valley" and
say that no man, whlto or red, can
cross tho groat basin enclosed by tho
Olymplo mountains and llvo to tell tho
Btory of his explorations. But tho at
raosphero of this American wonder
land is not poisonous, noithor is tho
tangled jungle tho homo of wild, llorco
beasts or dangerous serponts; tho In
dians simply claim that it is inhabited
by a race of men which nro so fierce
that no representative of tho whlto or
red man's nations could stand boforo
them for a moment. Helng unexplor
ed, no one can oven guoss at what tho
physical aspect of this great Bilent
wilderness Is. Tho most generally
accepted theory In regard to it is that
it consists of great valleys strotching
from their Inward slopes of tho moun
tains to a groat central basin.
This theory is supported by tho fact
that, although tho country around has
abundant rain, all of tho streams flow
ing towards tho four points of tho
compass aro insignificant, and rlso
only on the outor slopes of tho range,
nono appearing to drain tho groat
tract shut in by tho mountains. This
fact supports tho theory that tho
streams flowing from tho inner slopes
of the mountains feed a great inter or
lake. But what drains tho lake? It
must have an outlet; can It bo Hint
this outlot Is through a subterranean
river which empties into tho ocean,
strnlt or sound?
Kvldontly thoro is room for much
exploration and a chanco to mako
many new discoveries in Washington's
great "unexplored regions."
CARVED ON THE MOUNTAIN.
An line Iptlon 'x r-I"our Y u- Old
Judge II. A. Sharp spent a day this
week ou Shade's Mountain, near Ox
moor, says tho Birmingham 2Cows,
and to whilo away u fow idle moments
ho memorized nn inscription cut In a
largo rock on top of tho mountain nnd
near Farrar's Cave.
The lettors were clear cut, but cov
ered with moss. Tho Inscription is a
quotation from Byron, nnd tho dute,
"1827." Is shortly nftcrthotimo Byron
wroto it. At tho bottom of tho quo'a
tlon is carved tho names, Thomas W.
Fnrrar and Soraphino Fnrrar.
Hero Is tho quotation:
To tit on locks, to muse o'er flood and fell,
To slowly trace tho forest's shady scenes,
Where things that know not man's do
And mortal footbath no'rr or rarely been.
Tho quotation is incomplete, and tho
following is tho remainder:
To roam tbu trackless desert all unseen,
With tho wild Hocks that never need a
This Is not solitude, 'tis but to hold con
verse with naturo's self,
And view her stores unroll.
Tho quotation Is from Byron's
"Chlldo Harold." and Its Inscription
on the rock shows that Mr. Fnrrar.
who was a bachelor and devoted to
liolitude, was also a man of literary
taste. Tho sontiment Is In keeping
with tho place, for at that time tho
woods wcro almost nn unbroken
forest. Tho point of vlow is high
abovo tho surrounding country, und.
sweeps tho valloy for miles with Iti
shifting scenes of light and shadow,
waving trees and fragrant flowers,
flashing streams and musical songsters.
The "Pis or lite Iliitlicft."
In Ireland tho lizard is called "alro
lulchalr," which, literally translated,
means "tho pig of tho rushes." It is
liold In great esteem for Us curntlvo
powers. When caught tho person
who is anxious to recolvo tho curntlvo
power lakes tho n.lro luichnlr In his
hand and licks tho crcaturo all ovor
bond, feot, belly, legs, sides and tall;
and the tonguo of tho person who thus
licks tho alro lulchulr Is said to ovor
filtcrwards possess tho powor of
taking the pnln and sting out of n
burn. Tho alro lulchalr crawling
across tho throat of ono suffering with
qnlnzy or tho hands of n person who
hns licked or oven recently bundled
ono of tho .llttlo creatures Is thought
to be a sovereign remedy for that dis
caso. Thoro Is also n prevailing
idoa that tho alro lulchalr is nlwuys on
tho watch to crawl down tho throat of
any person who happens to fall aslcop
out of doors.
The Czar' Journey.
It ia a serious matter for ordinary
travelers when tho czar of Hussiu
starts on a journey. Tho other day,
when he wont from St. Petersburg to
Moscow, u trainful of business raon
proceeding in tho opposite- direction
was put on a side track in order thnt
tho imperial train might pass, und for
two hours everybody was kept tho
closest prisoner. All tho doors and
windows In each car was closed and
locked, and special sentries wcro posted
to sco that no ono attempted to opon
them. During tho preparations for
tho czar's trip thoro was nn almost
total cossatlon of postal and telegraphic
communication between Moscow nnd
& EfltsrsVunj fw p UoIb faxs-
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A NOVEL IDEA.
rMr. llookwnl tor's Man for tha Farmer's
Tho farmers' villags is not bo novel
a schciuo, as u schema, but It is ono
that hus, wo bcllovo, never been do
velopod In America to an oxtcnt coin
mensurnto with its advantages. Mr.
John V. Bookwaltor has undertaken
to put tho idea In practical working,
and to that end has purchusod a tract
of GO, 000 acres In Nobraska. with tho
Intention of dividing it up into farinu,
and renting or solllug them to farmers
1 who aro willing to cntor into his
theories nnd benofit by them. Thoro
seems to be nothing visionary in tho
idea, und tho only very oxcoptionul
feature of it is that it is taken up by
ono mnn for tho beuollt of his followH,
whon it might easily bo carried out by
a combination of plans and forces on
tho part of a number of raon who would
sharo equally in its advantages. Mr.
I Bookwaltor proposos to build homos
for those who uro notable to buy them
and allow thorn to pay rent until such
time as they can become tho owr.ora if
they aro so inclined. In this way each
man can test tho plan and need not
commit himself llnnno'.ally to Itsfailuro
or 8UCC03S unless ho chooses to do so.
Of courso thero Is no moro liability to
failuio under these conditions thin in
nuy other fa ming cnterp.ise. Tho
diawbaeks would dimply bo llioso con
tingent upon all agricultural ventures.
Tho advantages, howovor, would be
Incalculable in tho opportunity thu3
given for tho enjoyment of tho lighter
nnd brighter things of life. Farm lifo
has Its pootic side, but it is. lo.-s ::p
parant to the nvorugo farmer than to
the rest of tho world, and it has not
been a sufficiently strong clement to
counterbalance tho pioalc monotony
and tho Isolation which ropol so many
ambitious young spirits. Tho possi
bility of oven degradation in tho lifo
of a fnrmer h sharply brought out by
Hamlin Garland In his storloj of
prairie lifo. Tho oxlstenco thus ox
posed Is divested pitilessly enough of
every vestlgo of glamour that could
possibly cling to It. Tho hopelc saess
of tho outlook for men and women
who seem doomed to a slow death of
mind and eoul is not accented ono
whit too strongly. It is well known
that tho inmates of insane asylums nro
many of them farmors' wlies. and tho
monotony of their lives is tho reason
generally asslg- cd for this fact, in hich
is always a featuro of hospital statis
tics. But tho farmors' village might well
bo bcnefic'al to others than to theso
exceptionally unfortunate ones. Tho
most prosperous nnd wealthy farmer
would hardly forego tho advantngoj of
social Intorcourso for himself and his
family if it could be mado avnllublo
without interfering with his occupa
tion. Mr. Bookwaltcr's plan of bui cl
ing tho hora03 in a group, with tho
farms surrounding them and ro..ched
by good and direct roads, forms per
fectly fcasiblo and ought to bo attract
j Ivo to young pcoplo sturtlng out In life,
to whom tho chief d awbnck to tho
l farm lifo is its loneliness. Thcro la
I llttlo doubt that tho dread of sottl.ng
I into n "rut" and becoming mero mn
ch'nes hn3 hud much to do wl h tho
sending of young men and women into
c tle- rather than tako up for them
solvos tho same lot that their fathers
and mothcrsi havo found tolorablo.
Iho chanco of a social existence, of
education for their children, and tho
stimuloui of a certain neighborly
emulation, would romovo In a great
measuro the objections to farming
which now prosont thomsolves to young
pcoplo In tho cholco of a lifo occupa
tion. It Is hnrd to tee why tho plan
should not oxtond nnd bo realized by
many farming communities on tholr
own account and without tho aid of a
capitalist. St. Paul Pioneer Press.
COUNTRY GIRLS IN THE CITY.
They Look for Social I. fo Which Thoy
tun lie t Kijoy nt Home.
"I havo heard country girls talk of
coming to tho city for employment,"
says a lady writer In tho Cincinnati
Commorclal-GuzcUo, "nnd thoy havo
given ns ono reason that thoy wanted
moro social life. Well, that is just
what thoy will not got. Tho woman
of business is not tho womau of leis
ure, and sho has no tlmo for society.
She will find moro toclal life in hor
own homo, oven if sho bo n worker,
than sho could ovor havo in tho city,
and thero Is no lonesomeness moro nb
soluto than tho loneliness of a stranger
In a crowd. Salaries nro not largo
enough to permit of such relaxation
in tho way of rocrcation, and aftor tho
day's work is over ono is too tired to
go in search of onjo moat.
"In tho country homo, In theso days,
tho daily papers nnd magazines come,
so that ono may koop in touch with
tho world, even if sho bo at ono sldo
of tho bustlo nnd confusion of city
11. o. Tho fashion article tolls hor how
to dress her hair und mako her gown;
gives her tho latost notion in small
toilet dotnlls. Fow lowns iiroso small
that thoy havo no public library, whero
nil tho now books come; and tho lec
ture and concert nro not infroquont
in visits. Hallways and telegraphs
havo brought tho corners of tho earth
together, so that ono is novor far from
tjio center of things. Thero is occu
pation, too, for the girls who stay at
homo, und particularly those who stay
in tho country. Do not throng to' tho
cities In search of employment, for
you will bo doomed to disappoint
ment." Where ISIectrlclnnn nro Pintle,
A nnmbor of technical collogcs in
and about London havo an electrical
department, whero everything posslblo
connected with this branch of science
is taught, and it is noticed that tho In
creased number of students havo been
In this department. Notwithstanding
tho largo number of graduates taking
this courso It Is reported that bo far all
havo obtained immediate employment
upon tho termination of their period of
BITS OF INFORMATION.
Alt or Thou Well Worth Storing In Yci:i
Tho proportions of tho human figurs
aro six times tho length of the right
foot; tho face,, from tho higliest point
of tho forehead, whero tho hair begins,
to tho end of tho chin, is one-tenth of
tho wholo Btaluro; tho hand, from the
wrist to tho end of tho middlo finger.
Is ulso ono-tenth of tho total height
from tho crown to tho napo of the neck
Is onc-twol fth of tho statu-e.
Ten days por annum is tho nvorago
amount of sickness in human lifo.
A mondleamenl moro powerful than
quinine in counteracting fovors Is sal
to havo been discovered in Mexico.
It is a plant called tho pompolnno, tho
root of which contains a substance
analogous to quinine.
Twenty thousand words havo been
added to tho English languago In the
department of biology sinco Dnrwin's
Experiment has proved that If a
dellcato pieco of lnco bo placed botwen
nn iron plato and a disc of gunpowder
and tho la'.tor detonated, tho lnco will
be anniji luted, but it's impression will
bo clearly stamped on tho iron.
A bird of immoneo wing powor is
tho tiny stormy polrel, tho smallest
web footed bird known. It belongs to
overy sea, nnd, although 6eeming 80
fmll. It breasts tho utmost fury of the
storm, skimm'ng with incredlblo ve
locity tho trough of tho waves and
glid ng rapidly over tholr snowy crcts.
Petrols havo been observed 2,000 miles
from tho no-rost lnndi
The const lino of Alaska oxeceds in
length by 3.000 lrllcs that of all the
rost of tho United States.
Fach minute, day and night, by the
official reports, tho United States col
lects $039 and sponds M01. Tho in
tore 4 on tho public dobt was $90 ti
minute last year, or just o- nctly equal
to Iho amount of silver mined in tha'
Tho lowest body of water on thr
globo Is tho Caspian Sea; Its level has
Vcn gradual 1? lowering for centuries,
nnd now it is oighty-fivo feet below thr
lovol of Itsnoighhor, tho Black Son.
A microscopic examination shows
that tho word hello" mako lfi.'O't
indentations in a phonographic cylin
der. It is a mistako to supposo thnt polni
research hn. cost enormously in human
li?o: despite all the great disaster.-, !)7
out of ovrry 100 explorers havo re
Ari Thoy 1'rnrt cllo fir Uio In Light
linutoi li I' I ce o Oil?
Notwithstanding tho doubt oxprcssed
by good judges as to tho adaptability
cf ho oloctric l'ght for lig .tho;iscn.
on aerount of its picsumcd lak of
ponctrativo owor in tho eao of log ,
such upprehensionu ap car not toha.c
Icon conCrmcJ in l rsctico, it bom;
proved that tho i ower of illumina'irg
fo ; dopends cntl ely upon tho quantity
of 1 ght. vrh lc thnt of penetration do
pond open tho uuico-itrutlon of the
bftim. Iu. tho abundant tests which
havo been m do in this line, the lact
a -pears that both oil and gas po .i
I rtatcr fair liumina ing powor. in ro
pnrtion to fog penetrating power. th:.n
docs electricity, though In a light fog
tho slight oxtensiou duo to tho glow
would bo of Htt'o value; indeed, tho
direct lUlit would bo icon first, nnd. in
thick fog, nrrossitiit'ng a near ap
proach to n lighthouse. Iho lumirosity
would 1 o easily seen b -foro the 1 ght,
which would of c-uiko bo stron;-r.
An authority on Ibis sub cct declares
that while, for general li hthouso
work, o'l Is withou , doubt, tho inoit
economical illuminant, thoro aro yet
situations of sufficient imporlnnec to
warrant tho ndopt'on of ulrctrlc ty;
and notwithstanding tho tost of tho
original n-'lnllntian bui g so much
greater than in the onso of gas or oil.
thero are doubtless. It Is remarked,
tna y lighthouses, tho world ov r,
wh'eh could be fu plied from cxitlln?
plants, ii' d would require, then, only
tho ncrc -ary lamps and lenses. New
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Another sensation has been caused
i book circles by the publication of
Heroes of Unknown Seas and Savage
Lauds," by J. W. Iluel, tho famous
itithor. The book is ahead of anything
i tho kind which has been publishou
i et. It is another triumph for tho dis
nigulshcd author, and his rare judge
ucnt in hitting the public taste i;
shown in tho enormous dcinaud whiel
..is greeted the announcement of n.
jiublieation. The stones of tlio Bin
.inceis, the terrible era when ti.
aek Flag of No Quarter was nuisU
of t.io. high se.is, the discovery .
iinorica by tho Norsemen, 000 yeai
cfol'o tho birth of Colmnliils, the my
ter.oiis legends upon which early liu
'ry is bused, the discoveries, hen.
xploits and thrilling adventures -nuvclcrs
and voyagers in many htm.
a.id iu dill'erent ages, are alive wii.
.itere.st, and the Knglish speakin.
.vorld will read this wonderful nex
book with unfeigned delight. Such .
ook with such iiuiguihcent illustru
lions and at Mich a price cannot UutL
sweeping the country by storm.
The History Company, of San Frai.-
isco, the great pioneer book house o
the west, want live agents to tuk
orders in this community. Enterpnt-
ng men and women will do well l-
ead their advertisement in auothe.
l'lio double two Htory brick bulldli t
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of fall and winter goods. This is an opportunity to secure the
best bargains ever effereS in Flagstaff. Fail not to visit our
store and see for yourself, the famous bargains offered. You
BOOTS AND SHOEES.
It requires no argument to convince the people that the
most reliable and cheapest place at which to buy boots and--shoes
is at Babbitt Bros. They have always in stock tlie ,
latest styles and best' makes. -
We have everything you can ask for in this line, such as
Doors, Sash, Redwood Shingles, Paints, Oils. Glass, Cement,
Plaster Paris, Etc. A full line of Hardware and Stoves."
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Lucks, by McMillan & O'ooriuin. Flag
Mali, Arizona. sep 12 tf
V Of AKIXiNA SEv
fins September to. Tuition
Agricultural cliche kclool ol nnuo
mil preparatory Coure. lot c..talu,.uc ail
iro hecrcury 01 Umveriily I-'dCullv, I'uc
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fo Wool Growers
II -l U.t.Vl
ktep jiiii M.ctp luallliy, :u:d Invutt- a
good cll, uto
iaywara's Sheep Bins.
v -I ui. 1 1 iii. 11 U(n i.ltAii, rii-r.
Jaywarci's "fasce B.j"
Mlxik null either ( obior Uiiiio Ui.iir.
laywaid's liquid Dp
la Xon-I'olMinous, In.provvs tlio Wool
and decs not stain It.
CHIvISTY & ISI2.
WOOL C01IJIISSION MEUCIIAXTS.
llli and 'lonii.rml u.,i-hii Iliu lcn, ( ill
Gei erul Agents.
A POPULAIt FAMILY.
JE55IE : " How Is It, Kate, that j-nti r'w.
eem to catcb on to tho last new tlilnjr t
what I may, you always seem to get alu
Kate: "I don't know: I ccrtalnlvdo r.
mako any exertion In that direction."
Jennie: " Well, durfnjrtbo last few nr-n'"
for example, you havo taken up palnti.
without any teacher : you came to the rcscr
when .MI43 Latarso deserted bcrUclsaiti-cl
so suddenly, and co rtalnly wo are nil ,1111.1.
lu; In irraco tinder your Instruction: 1 Ui
you tcllm? Tommy Eamcs last cvcnlnjr !.
Ins club mado mistakes In playlntr Inu-ln.i
you seem to bo up on all tho latit faus,' in.
know Just what to dounder all clrcu rattan ci
you entertain licuuttrully; nnd In the lu
month you ba 0 un proved so In health, owio
you tell me, to your physical cultui-eeieivlK
Wiicro do you cct nil of your Iiilonnnti
fruai in this littlo cut-of-tho way plucui-1-you
never po to tho city."
Kate: "Why, Jennie, you will make rci
vain. I havo only one source of inrormmii.r,
but It Is surprising bow it meets all wants. I
very seldom hear of anything new but vis
tho next few days lirlnjr mo lull iutnrmaii.
on tho subject. Wacic? Not i'n(,-.Ji'.
And a great treasure It Is to us all. fur 1
really furnishes tho reading for ti e wl.i
household: father bai given up his magazl:
that he has taken for years, as ho kijs iL
ono gives more and better Infonnatu.n 1
tho subjects or tho day ; nnd mother tf
that it is that that makes her such a fnm
housekeeper. In fact, wo all ngrco that it
tho only really family magaxine puM'
as wo havo sent for samples of nil ol t:
and find tbatonols all for men, nnotLcr
for women, and another for children o
whilo this ono suits every ore of us: si
only need to tako ono Instead of t et err I,
that Is whero tho economy comes in, 1- r .
only S'--(W a year. Perhaps you think f
too lavish In my praiso: but 1 will let if
purs, or, belter niu, rend teccnta to iv (
lishcr, w. Jennings Demorcst. 15 T-cibt
Street, Now York, ror a tamplo cop ,l1'
shall always consider that 1 luivo rt. r
a great favor; and may bo you will !(
us out, as you say wo have tho reputa
being the best Informed family l.i t
that bo so. it is IX-morcjt'a 1'aialiy 1.
that docs it."
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