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THE SU -DEMOCRAT.
PUBLISHED EVEItY THUUSDAY.
4. a. JuXas o. . JCKS0N
JONES & JACKSON,
Editors and Publishers
fnte.ed at the PostoMee at Flagstaff, Arizona,
as Second-ciass waiter.
Ono Year 0
Hi Month 1
Three Months 75
Advertising rates Riven upon application.
THURSDAY. JANUARY 7. 1897.
1IAHH1TT' OI'KllA HOUSE.
Tebrnary a Fanny KIce.
February 15-1'rof. llrlstol's Equine Won
ders. February 18. 17, 18. 19-Ford's Comedians.
March 15-Rlchard & Prlnule's (Hilly Ker
Gf.ouge (.!. Pekkins of California
will b" bis own successor as Senator of
the Golden Slnto.
Stf.phfn Crank, tliti novelist, at
tempted to go to Cuba on a filibuster
ing steamer. Km Innately fnrCtnne,
the craft was wiecked ami lie escaped
to Florida on nn improvised laft.
TnE Los Anjieles 'limes of Snndaj
fives convideracle xpncu to I lie Clifl
Dwilleis in ihi vicinity and publishes
jilct tires of the Imlhin liiiiiiiniii'S m cx
liibitioti at Haldiili Hi".
TlIK baiikin: Iiiiiiias in the East
is a liiizaitlniH nufl exciting vocation
' for tlui depositor. What the tiflift i
" fail to (.leal, liuilats and cr.icKsnieii
''iippiopiiali', tliotih tlieir fchale at
.tinies is eM,eedin:l) snnill.
- Worms. (KitHhr. takes fust prize
on a hchenie for tilteiing water,
arcotdingto tin- United Slates Con
mel's icport. 'JIih plan will be Hied
on thu Chicago liter, which is so rank
.thet woinis can't lite in it.
The Li jtngi-Mo tieiaid prints a
piclnie of tlm new City Council at
work. 'Jim picluies .ire light up to
the Heiald stauilaid, which is suffi
cient in itself lo give good ginunds for
libel suits to lai tiled against that
otherwise respectable jnurnal by the
The sanitt of a Nuw Yolk cigar
deal- 1 wlm hung out a M0'. i t ' I ol
bis placn of business read'ng, "Trt
our Cigsrs and Piepatr for Eterni'y."
having been queslioned, it should be
remeniliered that he lives in a town
where, suicido clubs are popular. His
.trade was uiidouliteilly increased.
Sekatok Hill's seat in Congress,
the li-iin of whiih ex pi us Match 4, is
being scrapped for by two senile
worthies of 1 he Euipiio State Joseph
ChoHtt) and Turn Plait. Ornate would
make a good Miccexir lo Hill, while
PImII well, the 1'Sh said almul bin),
fimn an adniiuislialiou slandpoiut, the
Iukland is badly afflicted indeed.
While a meeting was in progices hi
Dilhlili to piottst iigaiusl Iheexholbi
tnut taxation letiedou the Etnelald
Isle by the liiilisli gnveriimeul, a bog
(lide cieHtes havoc to life and proper! v
hi another pail of ihe cutiiniy. It is
claimed that Iieland is overtaxed to
tbu uniouni 01 $13,7A0.UU0.
A i'ECULIAKIty iibuiit n majority of
English aulhois who wiite cnuliiilleil
Still lea" ill the magazines is the ease
Willi which Ihey can Iraii'.fer 11 scene
of holiday ga tt) and picnic pleasure
to ono of blood and crime. Most of
their daik deeds start in galyand
lightly, though Ihey end with a
miserable and shocking tragedy.
Uuidi r ami cilnie are all ono hnlida)
OTent with IheHtitisliers.
J Six rents dmuiiges and six rents
costs is the veidict relurned Mondin
at O.-likili, Wis., in a suit hi ought b)
Rev. C. R. Ouidlrk for 125,000 dam
ages against W. II. Phillips, a wraith
lumbetiuan, who had accused the
pi car her of swiping a whisk broom.
The leverend gentlemen is vindicated
of the lerilblH charge and jiri haps b
this time believes in the wisdom of the
'sieentb conimnndmnrtt, which says:
CliV,( not 111 IIMlgllbul'tt liUlliw Ktll.'1
. '- j .
The iilin of Hie mineral output f
Aiizoun. including gold, silver, lead.
copper and limestone, for tlio last 3 ear
is lixed at $l!l,978.B33
W. O. O'NEILL whs elected Mator
of 1 lie city of l'icoott 011 Monday, and
. . .
llms. beiuiii. iiiTouier. iiiero were
nnly 250 Vole eit .H I lie election.
'J'HE Teliitnrinl Li'islntiiro meets in
Phoenix on the I81I1 of (lii montli and
jiulin froiiMlie inteiest the various
memliers are lakiiur In endcavorim; to
get Iho wishes nf 1 heir coiistltiieiits, a
gi eat (leal of judicious mid wisu le'is
latiou will lie dune.
Eastern ci'ies am overcrowded
with the uueiiiploted. If miiiih of
iheso wort lit pi'ople would let up on
berating the miii, 11111011 ami stais anil
everything eNe fur their llllfoitlluale
condition and coiiih to Arizona thet
would tiud that their troubles were
only imagiuvi . Tlieieis mom here
for thousand- d willing workers.
General (Jomez Uh given orders
that on and afi.r .J.um.try 1, 1897. no
Spauisli piis is will lm taken alive,
hut will be eli iniinali'd. Women and
children are exelmted fiom this decree.
but the p.teilico 111 geneial will eitlier
hate to lake up .1 uiukel or muclieli
ami light for Cub 1 m juiu the Sp.tui-I
fillers. This ;u lion is dcfeiisite, t
offset a similar d eiee In Ve3lcr.
Ml'-MANAOKMhM' t liiinkintr ilisliltl
lions and what appio.n les verj iieailt
to di.ilione.sty of iii olliceis, resulting
iu the suspi-iisioo mill "liuiiing' ol
tliose financial htiltvuiks." of lie
nation, cannot will- an,i gte.it dejiiee
of fail ness bu blaiui d lo the political
conditions nf 1 In- connin. Out of
about fifteen luuks ilmt went broke
dining Decemlii-i, I89fi. pel Imps not a
thiid could I ' I i.i r'l up ! polities
With this in . . i he mjn Democrat
enti rs into tin wmk of a new tear.
'I lie paper will ;.. on eie.u- of personal
ities, bu candid iu Ms icws, deal fairlt
with all subjects, and iiccord lo otheis
the same riglils anil piitileges it
L'laiius. Its columns will be devoted to
the best interests of Coconino county,
and we ask the co-operation of all iu
ourifforis, mid hope that 1897 will be
.t tear full of happiness and prosperity
to every oubo. '
On Tuesday night thu prisoners at
Yuma came very near making :t whole
sale cM'tipe. They had commenced a
tunnel from the oirjx work simps mil
under the stone foundation and then
doubtless aimed to burrow to the sur
face on the outside. They had madu
a tunnel about 20 feet in leiigih win u
discovered by Superintendent, Nugent,
and were within a foot of the outside.
The diligence of thn supeliutuudeut
no doubt prevented the escape of a
number of thu convicts.
While Congress will not. recognize
I In independence of Cuba, Uncle Sam
is busy fin bishiug up the navy and
gelling everything iu tiim for what
looks to most people like war. Eastern
powder factories aru running night
and day , which is asciibed to a de
mand from the Cuban Junta in New
Yoik for more munitions of war.
One thing is ceitain: Cuba will
cither will her independence will out
recognition by the United States or
she will get It through the ah) of
Uncle Sum. The main point is estab
lished Culm will soon be an inde
A NhGRO who had at'.acked a white
woman al Mat field. Ky., was dragged
from jail and hanged to a tree in llie
courthouse yard Ly a mob. Before he
was hung lie was told to pray, which
he 1 lied to do, and the mob then be
gan driving knives into his bm'y and
1 1 led lo force him to confess his guilt.
To the last ho declared himself inno
cent and the mob continued the torture
by cutting off ills fingers and toes.
At lengih he was strung up to tho tree
and his body riddled with bullets. It
seems almost impossible that such a
crime could happen in a rivi ice I
community, and we have grave doiilds
of this particular section of Kentucky
being very much removed 4frnm the
itlliziitiou that guided men to do
just such deeds as this iu the Dark
LlVKItMOISB SAMI'sON At the home
of the bride in IheiiN, on Wednes
day. Deeemlier 80. 189C Mr. Frink
M. Llveiinnin of FhitrsUff to Mis
Lucille HIiiL'If-im Simtiiiiii. of I'leie
nix. R-v. Dr. (1. J. Chase oflleiiitliig.
The rnutliictiu" p'iriies are two of1 ont life, ambition, energy or appetite.
A. izmm's most e.orured ).-.ple. TIih often tto forerunner of serious 111
,,,.,. .... i . . n-.. 1 neM or the occorarionimcat of nervous
Mi.lMis.he irihH.l duiLd.ter of (.Hi..-" tmVbam it j, . po,,Uw pjooi of tttof
A .1. Sampson and is hiirhlv I'steomed j weak, impure blood; for, if the blood Is
by her iiiinn-roiis friends and aeqmiut. tloh, red, vitalized and vigorous, It 1m
auces for lier mnuv rar uinpliih- I18 I"e w energy to every nerve,
ii r. :, ...... ..f it.u organ and tissue of the body. The
nients. Mr. Livermore is one. in ni" .: ""
. ' ' -' no aeoesslty of Uklnp; flood's Barsaparllla
staunch cilizens f Northern Anzoni tor that tired feeling Is therefore apparent
mid for a number of tears has held the to every one. and the good It will do yon
important, p isition of rener.il iniiuatrer
ot the Arizona Cattle Compiuv.
To tlm newlv miiiried couple The
Sun Democrat extends coiigratula
lions and hopes their nitericd life mat
he a most happy one.
Of the abot e iiiiirriagn thu Phoenix
PHOENIX AND KI.AOSTAFF MARRIED."
Last ni-lit Miss Lucille. Uiugham
Sampson, dati-iliier of General and
Mis. A. J. Sampson, was inariieii to
Mr. Frank M. Litermoiv of Flagstaff,
i.t the lesidence of the Initio's ptreiiN
in lids cilt. The cereinony was per
rmineil I iy the R-v. Dr. C J. Chase,
pastor u( llie Firt M E churcli.
Only tin iininedi ite fr U of the
eoiiir.iciiii!; pailies wro piesent.
"Mr. and Mi.s. Liveiinore left fm
iln-ir fuliii" lioiue iu Flaasliiff this
in lusr. Mr. Llellll..ie is thegHii-
eral iiMiiiier of the Al C.ittle Com
paut. with which conipint lie lias been
for thiltren ,eal.s. and is well spoken
of ami higliit esteemed I13 those who
klloW III II t l'M.
Mis. Lit ei more, nee Miss Sampson
was a conipainiitelt new- comer in
Phoenix, bid iluriiii: her short resi
ilelice hem lias ui.iile miin.t fl lends
.sihe was one of tin si charming and
hiyhlt cillliiieil touou' Indies of lln
eil and will liH-nllt iiiIshi lit social
eileles. Phoenix' los is Flagslntr
uiiin. M'iiiV fi lends wish lb" bapp.t
eouple :t it iiliund.ince of llie jots and
siiecesses ill III'".
'I lie Phoenix K-piiblie.ni has the fol
The niiniaue of Fmnk M. Liver
mine ami Miss Lucille Itioliam Simp
s Iiugliiei" of General and Mrs. A
J. Sampson, im run til last night at Hie
residence of the In ide's paie.its. The
eeretllollt was pel formed lit Dr. C. J.
Chase of the M. E chinch ill the pies
once 011 iv of the rnlaiites of the bride.
Mr. and Mia LiveiUiolo t m IraVu-lu.j
moinunr for FlnghUiff. where thet
will usiile. Mr. Liveiui'l" is gen-,
eial malinger of the Al Cnllle Coin
pauy and is highly esieeiuid by all
who know him. His wife, who has
until Illicit leslded in Deuter. is a
highly accomplished toinig lady."
LI Hung Chung eviilentlt has vert
little 1 espeel for a man wlm earns his
living like itieloiiil Hiiriliug Davis
does In ttiiiiiiir 1."""1 stories.
Uichaid met Li iu Si. Peleishurg and
as usual the Chinese statesman asked
him what he did for a living, hun
rich lm wa-. etc. To lln-hist ques
lion Mr. Dat is said. "I will.' luniks."
Why do you write?" ssked LI; "are
you not strong enough to uoik?"
Tim bill providing for llie leasing of
the school and university lands in
Arizona piss.d last Congi ess and be
came 11 law, ami yet not an acre ol
these lauds hate been leased. What
lias become of the hoard whose duty it
is to sen afier this mallei t A large
portion of lhee lauds is in Coconino
Highest Honors World's Fair,
MOST PERFECT MADE
A pure Grspe Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant,
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
Makes yon eectn "all brolrcn up," wlth-
Si equally beyond question.
Is the best-In fact the One Tree Blood Purifier.
Hood's Pills SSKoM2:
State ok Ohio. 'it of Toledo, )
Lucas County. j '
Fiank J. Cheney makes oath that tie
is the senior partner of the tinn of F.
.1. Cheney & Co., doing business in the
City of Toled 1, county anil slate afore
s iid, and Hull said linn will pay the
sum of one hundred dollars for each
and every c.ism of calarih that cannot
lie cured bytlieuMtof Hall's ('iitairh
Cine. Frank J. Cheney.
Sworn hi before nn and subscribed
in my presence ibis 61 h day of Decern
tier. A. D. 1880.
seal A. W. Glf.ason,
N ilary Public
II ill's Calarih Cure is taken internally
mil acts diiectly upon the blood and
mucous sin faces of the sysluiu. Scud
fiir testimonials, free.
Address. F. J. CHENEY & O.. To
Sold liy druggists. 75c
Hall's Familt Pills are the best.
ItOCUI'-O'n 1'IIIC.I "..live.
The bests'tlve iu the world for cuts,
liruises, soies, ulcers, sail I Ileum, fever
-ohm, tetter, chapped hands, chilblain,
corns and all skin eruptions, and posi
tively cures piles, 01 110 pay required.
It is guaranteed to give perfect satis
faction or money refunded. Price, 25
cents per box. For sale by D. J. Bran
ueii. Flagstaff. Arizona
Hood's Pills att easily and promptly
Ion the livr ami nnwi!. t lire sirk
. m m
Opinion of An Kxpert.
Ibtlmv uu give what .foliu W. Kel
ley, a well known milling man, has to
yay about Randshurg: l'lieri) is more
gold seal lured over the surface of
liimlshurg than iu any camp I was
over iu. 1 Hunk that California ami
1 he west promise to have I here one of
the richest camps. Every man wh
has a claim iu tint oelt leels iitmseii a
millionaire. It is being watched by
milling men from Molilalia, Cohuado
"Among the richest, properties are
those owned by the Kind company
and P.-Ueddy & Co.," lm said. "O ie
of thu best of iIicsh is lint Olympus
chiitu of ore which 1 tins $30 to the t
I'liere. are twelve, claims iu the Kami
company group. Rich seams niiiall
iter tho hill apparently tending to
ward the. Olympus ore body. Thet
get oro hauled ami milled for $8.51)
"Other rich rinds am the Kenvnn.
Wedge ami Butte properties. The
Keuyoii has milled ore from a depth of
seventy feet, biug taken six feet wide
from Hie vein, and it runs f 116 per
ton. Tho SU Elmo, owned by Ua
Korsh'uld parties, is six miles from
Randshurg, in the Mohave desert.
Some very rich ore has been lakeu mil
there. It is right In the desert. A
prospector in passing llie spot hit a
big bowlder a clip, picked up ihe
piece ho knocked off, ami there it was
"Randshurg is a typical mining town
and is growing very rapidly. Tin
population is now between 1,500 and
2,000 people, and more are coming iu
every day. Buildings are going up
rapidly. A daily newspaper was
started two or three weeks ago.
Squatters have settled 011 some placer
claims, and there may be some trouble
over it some day, but it has not ap
peared yet. These claims are tukeu
up and arc i'i the. f)"V"."
Atlantic l Pacific R. R
0. W. Smith. Receiver.
Condensed Time Table No. 44.
Effective November 29. 1808.1
- . :
Lr. Chicago. ..Ar
10 00 pi
.. . Denver ..
.... La Junta..
13 40 a
12 05 pi
. Albuquerque Ar
11 10 a
9 30 a
Ar..Ash Fork Lr
Ar . I'rescott lv
Ar... Phoenix. .Lv
Lv..Ah Fork. Ar
Lv.. Kinsman. .Lv!
II 00 p
4 40 a
10 15 a
Ar .liarslow ....
Ar San l)leo..Lv
ArSau Kran'co Lv
10 40 p
7 45 a
West of Wllllnms.
7 2) p
2 Oi a
4 10 a
10 0t a
3 50 p
ft Oi p
7 33 p
.. .Ash I'ork. .
. Pe.vh Springs.
... .Klncman ...
. .. .Ilacdad. ..
.... Iltrstovr ...
.. .Mob ive
7 10 a
C 35 a
7 40 p
3 45 p
1 00 p
12 40 p
11 05 a
0 45 a
Trains Nos.3 and 4 aro limped trains, run
ntns seml-wenkly. No. 3 leaves OlilR-igo
Wedno-davs and Faturdavs. passes Albu
querque on Fridays and Mondijs arriving
ai LiOS Anzers Saturdays ana 1 nosaays.
Trln No. 4 will Inuvo 1Oi Amteles Mondays
mid Tbursdays. pas-lni; Altiuqueniuo on
Wednosdays and Saiurdays, arriving at Chi
cago Fridays and Mond tys.
I'unman raiace sleeping uars oany
throuirli between Chlcairn and ban I'ran-
clsr-o and ChliMio and Los Angeles.
cun man lounsc steeping liars aauy
through between Chicago and 'an Francisco
and Chicago and Los Angeles. Tourist cars
leave Han Francisco every Wednesday and
l.os Angeles evory Thursday, running
through to Kansas Cfty, Chicago and Boston.
The Grand Canyon nf the Colorado can be
readied only via this line.
ARk for a beautifully Illustrated' book
which will be mailed free.
DON A. SWEET,
General Passenger Agent, Albuquerquo.N.M.
Santa Fe, Prescott S Phoenix
Time Table No. 19 effective Nov. 29th,
1S95. Mountain time la standard used.
lv Ash Fork ar
7 3) a
ar Prescott lv
lv Prescott uri
ar Phoenix lv
8. F., p. & p. Railway,
fl., T. k S. F.
Is the Shortest and Quickest Route to Den
ver. Kansas City. St. Louis, Chicago and all
Nos. 1 and 4 connect at Jerome Junction
with trains nf the United Verde. & Pacific
Hallway for Jerome. Connecting at Preseott
with stage lines for all principal mining
camps: at Congress with stage lines Jnnct.
with Congress Gold Co. It. It for t'ongress
and stage lines for llatjui Hala Stanton
and Yarnell. At Phoenix with th ' Mailcopa
Phoenix tty.. for points on a. P. Hy. Also
with it. K V. K. II.
CIoso connections made at Ash Fork with
Santa Fe route fast trains to all points east
and west. Trains for California leave Ash
Fork at 7:3,)and 7:40 p. m.. arriving In I-"
Angeles next afternoon atl:30andSan Fran
cisco second morning at 10:46.
Geo. M. Barakkt. General Freight and Pas
sen tor A vent. Prescott
F. M. Murprt. President and General Man
ager. Prescott, Arlt.
y . p 7 00 &
s : 7 65
0 25 850
ID 40 10 3-1
10 M 10 45
11 49 11 22
1241a 12 35 J
1 0; 12 55
2 21 210p
3U9 2 50
4 W 3 45
8 21 5 28
6 33 fi 43
R. E. Wki.1,8. Assistant' General Manairtr,' 4"
Caveats, and Trade-Marks obtained, and all Pai
nt business conducted for Moderate feet.
Our Office Is Opposltfl 0. S.Pitent Office, fe
na wo can seenre parent in ibsb una wuui uiuh r
vr ."..'.."- ..lj i rW
ccna moaci, urawingorpnoio.,iiinueBcrii
tlon. Wo advlso, If patcntablo or not, freo ot
charge, uurrao noiuiieini unicni cture.i.
A Pimohlel, "How to Obtain Patents," wlta
names of actual clients InyonrrUate. cnnntr,or
town, sent free. Address,
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