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Three women served as judges at
the recent electlou lu Wallace, Idaho.
In Bangkok, the capital of Slam,
there are about severny-one thousand
houses, and eaeh house floats on a
Many of the millinery stores In Lou
don serve alcoholic stimulants to their
patrons, and on the hills they are
-charged as ''trimmings."
The busiest telephone exchange in
the world Is lit Chicago, where the
dally average is 180,000 manges.
Uerlin has a professional bird
catcher appointed by the government.
He .supplies educational insliluliiius
with birds, birds' nests, and eggs.
Tliu order for the building of forty
locomotives for tbn Nippon railwav'in
Japan, is reported to have been given
to the Baldwin locomotive works of
A uegro in llogansvllle, in., while
plowing, uneurtlied sixteen thousand
dollars in gold coin. The money had
beeu concealed under some stone.,
evidently by thieves.
A.Chicago" gentleman who studies
the ease and convenience of his patron?
-rents burglars' tools to those who need
them, and sends them iu a .wagon to a
retired spot uear the sceue where they
are to be used.
'Pay weddings" are Hot uncommon
Id some .of the rural districts of Ger
many. All the guests pay a fixed
sum for the entertainment and the
receipts are used to furmsh a home for
tho bridal couple.
A consumptive iu Lyons, France,
whose case bad been given up bv sev
eral doctors, submitted to transfusion
of blood from the veins of a vigorous
and healthy farmer. A thorough cure
wm effected iu eleven weeks.
Queen Victoria's daily income is
98,000. The German Emperor gets
f 10,000 a day, the King of linlv $8,.
000, the Emperor of Austria $12,600,
aud the Czar of Russia manages to
pay his bachelor Mils ou 130.000 dolly
The bark Tru Love, built in Phila
delphia in 17CI, has been found upon
search to be yet atlo.it, in the capacity
of a coal hulk, ou the river Thames at
London, engaged iu active trade at
the ago of 133 years. This discovert
was made through a casualty recorded
in the .Maritime Exchange.
Not yet extinguished is the spirit of
the Indian warrior's death chant iu
the northwest. Charcoal, an Indian
murderer of one of the mounted polico
at MeLeod, Manitoba, was so infirm iu
the legs that ho hud to be earned to
the scaffold, but he died full of de
fiance, giving three ringing war whoop
as bo was taken up the stairs.
William Kingston, an English farm
er, was born without arms, hut never
theless made such good uso of his feet
that hu could do with them almost any
thing that was done by a person with
hands. He could feed himself, using
the knife aud fork, and carrying his
cupHo his mouth; could shave himself
and could perform 'all the ordinary
work of the farm except mowhig. He
was even alilu to milk cows witli his
and wrote a beautiful hand,
tliu pen between the lirsl and
Tho greatest military, engineer of
any nge was Sebastian Leprcste Vau
bau, -horn in 1633 and who died lu
1707. To Vuubun is duu the credit
of almost all the fortresses which to
the i present day protect, the frontiers
t,;ahd'thu coasts, of Fraiico. During his'
career ns a military engineer he con
structed on new lines over 300 old
fortresses and built thirty-three now.
Ho carried on flflv-ihreii sieges, being
successful in 'nearly every one. anil
took pari iu 110 battles. '
v The committee of stockholders and
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incomu bondholders of tliu Atlantic &
Piicjjic,, railroad- Jiuvg'cpmnionced prn-
ccitdlngs" against (hu Atchison, Topeku
&j$!ijnht railroad company,- tii
Atlantic & Pucilio, company, the St;
Louis & bail Francisco and various
t ' -trusu,.,
companies. Tim, petitioners
-' attack Hio yaHdity of tho s.au of the
we,s!!i4i,dlvlS.)Qn. pf tlio, Atlantic &
Pacific to tho Atchison, and it is sought!
-"'.V .: -Hi) htivoUhd property' sV'ncdnlrdd h'bhi
s.t ftV'-'vin trust for the benefit ot the Atlantic
1 - rfe'V- & Pacific' income bondholders, whoso
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lions np.ni fhe. property' and. income
the Alcluson company attempted to
foreclose. The position of the com
plainants is that the Atchison 'com
pany cannot deprive them of their
rights as creditors, inasmuch as they
are all security holders of tho old
Atchison company. The bill died
aks an accounting and injunction
against the disposition of the securities
of the Ailaiitiu & Paritio company by
the nominal new owners. The suit
has undoubtedly been Instituted, for
the 'solo purpose of bearing down
Atchison seen rilies ou the stock ex
change. , A suit for divorcu instituted by Mrs.
Antonio Terry, formerly Miss Grace
Dalton of N'ev York, has begun in
Paris. Mr. Terry, who is a UiiImii by
birth and worth $1,000,000, is a na
tlirali.ed Aiil'M-inin. Hit is defending
the suit, although he has declared bis
intention of marrying Miss Sybil San-
deriou when ho 's free, to do so. In
an i pplieatlon for temporary alimony
Mrs, Terry was awarded $400 a mouth
and the custody of her child, ami
ufthr mi appeal had been taken the
alimony was Increased to $1,000.
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IMiyslrluns and Suicide.
There are several theories advanced
as to why the members of the medical
profession am morn prone to suicide
limn itnj other. During the last three
years ivuleides among physicians have
mimherfcd respectively forty-live, Hfiy
nine and forty-teven per annum, nt'
about 1 li 2,000. Nearly one-fiftieth
of the dcf.tlis in the profession have
beeu by suicide. Some claim that
this result is caused by mornidness
resulting from association with the
sick ajd dving, or by an indifference
to deal h or front a kuowledge how to
die pilnlessly. A medical journal
claims that suicide is a matter of in
sann impulse. The doctor coniws in
fatigued v mind aud body, depressed
in spirits, pei-haps drugs is fatal in his
case. If he hsil .to walk to the drug
store to obtain them, perhaps meeting
au agrneabte aeqiiallii-ince on the wav,
the impulse would puss, but with ttie
deadlv polMiii within reach of his hand
the ju-Meu tempi ati.. n in avail hiuitelt
of its uso is loo strong to be resisted.
'olJ Ifcurlrit ltusslit.
A sad story is told ot a poor mar
ried couple, llussians, who had settled
at Great Diiinbrowka-in Upper Silesia.
About two years ago they' received an
order td quit the territory, but on ar
riving at the Russian frontier they
were not permitted to enter, "for,'
said the Russian official, 'tliu woman
is blind, aud Russia is not iu waul of
such cripples." Tho couple relumed
t" Gr'at D"Mibrowkn but. lqtwv re
ceived another notice to leave. 1 lie
Russian officials were obdurate, and
sick at heart, without work or home,
the husband grew desperate. When
the wretched couplo came to the
Przemsa, the stream which separates
Russia from Germany, hu caught his
blind wife up and threw her in the
river. Ho then wont to a tree' and
banged himself. London Daily News.
There Ih Nothing ho (lonil.
There Is nothing just as good as Dr.
King's New Discovery for consump
tion, coughs and colds, so demand It
and do not permit tho dealer to sell
you some substitute. He will not
claim I hero is anything better, but in
order to make more prolit he may
claim something else toi be juSt as
good. You want Dr. King's New Dis
covery because you know it to bo
safe ami reliable, and guaranteed lu
do good or money refunded. For
coughs'' colds consump'lou and for
all affections of throat, chest and
lungs, there. Is nothing so good as is
Dr.' King's New Discovery., ;Trial
bottlo froe at D. J. lSraiincn's drug
Regular size 50 cents and 1.
L'oflliiH Krom Their I'uvorltoTroo,
James ,Synn .and wife, aii aged and
wealthy couple living on it farm in
lughamcoiiiity, Mich,, fifty years ngir
planted id 'their dooryard a cherry
tree, of winch they became very jinjhi)
because it grow sii straight and to
such a gre.uL size. Affur .'talking i
over for- several years- the pair, con
cluded to bo buried iu coflilis mado
from j their fuvorlto Iriitl'ko sAveliit
days ngnfltbe'ticoowas felled and a
mammoth log taken to Mason, from
the burial caskets will bo mado.
Liver and Kidneys
Pronounced Incurable, but Advised
to try HoodNa Sarsaparllla-Now
Entirely Cured and Able to Work.
"I was greatly troubled with livtr nn
kidney difficulties for many year;.
pronounced Incurable by my pl
A neighbor advised me to get' a feu
ties ot Hood's SarsaparlUu; I neat a
uot six bottles and before I had tok
three of them, I was cured of my kidnc
trouble. I am now able to work, altfiougL
before taking Hood's Sirsaparllla I wa3
almost helpless. I am able to walk three
or four miles a dny and feel none the
worse for It." Beth B. Sr.iUTON, Wlnn-view-.OklnliOT
Oov. Kenfrow of Oklahoma nays:
" om Im ne.itT.il reputation, I know of
no that I would pp"er to Hood's Hnr-
..rllla if we should tieedo blood purifier
it i ir general debility."
srlOOO S pariHa
Is the Bcst-ln fact the Ono True Blood Purl
fler. lie sure to get Ifrxvl's. Price $t, six for 55.
-i u run. curo '-lver '"'! r!"y t0
ilnOtrS FHlS take, easy to operate. 25c
Cattle and Sheep Shipments.
Tho cattle shipments were iucreased
2,500 head over last week, there being
14,500 shipped through this point dur
ing the seven days just past, occupying
400 cars furnished by the Santa Fe
Included in the above number of
cattle were 1,315 bead shipped to Orin
.Junction, Wyo., and 1,950 head billed
to Whitowood. S. D., for tho Minn. &
Dakota Cattle Co.; 600 bead went to
Cheyenne, Wyo.; 6,350 were billed to
points in the Sun Flower state; 1,870
to points in Colorado; 1,500 head to
Texas state line; 400 head to Iudiana
and 420 to South Omaha. Neo.
The local cattlemen who delivered
tills week were: E. E. Burdi'ck. J. N.
Upton, Mr. Rodgers, A. Llndauer,
Dan. Taylor, Wbitehill Bros., Martin
Mullen and A. W. Wilson. Rankin,
Hall. Carpenter Bros., C. W. bealer
aud others being the shippers.
The Sou'hern Pacific delivered to
tb Sunla Fe this week 10,300 head of
Mlieip. shipped from Mesa City, Arizo
na, 3.300 going to the Chicago Live
Stock & Com., Co., and the balance
were billed to Nolan & Booth, Kansas
I Citv I'lio hheep are in tints slaughter
From reports already in, next week's
shipments of cattle will go over 15,000
head. Deming Headlight.
About the Fourth Finger.
The wedding ring is almost invari
ably placed on the fourth finger of
the left hand, and all because many
centuries ago the Egyptians believed
that a certain small artery proceeded
directly from the heart to the termin
ation of thai digit. Iu the "Altick
Nighty" we read: "The motion of
this artery may be felt by touching
this finger to the pulse, it being an
index iii peases of sickness, or where
persons are weary or overlabored,
always informing when the heart is
overburdened or offended." Further
on in the same article he says: "This
linger rarely hath gout" mi account of
the sympathy and neighborhood it
hath with the heart. It is the first
linger that a new horn babo is able to
move, and the last of which the dying
man loseth control. It is also the one
last to swell when the vital heal is
abating in one that is paasiiigover."
lliiclclcii'i .Vrnlcn Salvo.
The best salvo in tho world for
cuts, bruises, sore-, ulcers, sat rheum,
fever, wires, tetter, chapped bunds,
chilblains, emus, and all skin erup
tions, and positively cures piles, or no
pay required. It H guaranteed to
give, perfect satisfaction op miiniiyre.
funded. Price, 25 cents per box
For sale by ). ,1, Hrainien, , , ,
Miildui; lllin-'flrut Home. '
"Mr. I'iggc is ahogethur lo literal."
"Tli last time ho Was at.tnv lioiisn
I toll bin lo make himself thor'oiiglily
nt lioiuo, ami In IcW than fivi( inluiiifs
lid hud quarreled wtthjny wife, kh'ked
tho cat out of doors, discharged (ho
cook sp.1iked (lie baby 5uaii'd"nii I
was a fool." '" '
Evcrvlio'lr.'Says Bo' '
Cascarcts Cand v Cathartic, the most won
derful medical discovery or the ago, pleas
ant and .rofrcshinK to the taste, act gently
und positively on kheys, Hycr and bowels,
cleansltif? tho vcntl Vstfindlicl colds,
'cure hcadaohei1 fevdr, nabUual cdnstlpatlon
and biliousness. Plf"? buy anil try p bor
of O. C. C. to-day 1 1 o. a,,V" ccntB oo'd and
guaranteed to cure by all druggists.
Ideas are characteristic of the, American people. Each succeeding -'season
brings a flood of new patterns, newi
fads, new fancies, and how quickly
the "Old" is banished for the new. In
"Dress" this is most strikingly ap
parent. Our ideal high class goods are
the correct things. Most of our new
goods are in and If yon have not al
ready seen them, lose no time in call
ing on us. Our buyers have bought
the finesfitook of
One Pattern ot each.
Ladies at)d- Gerjtlerrjers
Ever brought to Arisoaa
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For your Inspection and
The Largest Department Store in Arizona:
We trade with tho Navajo and Moqui Indians and have the finest and
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Tourists and Visitors are always
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