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THE SUa -DEMOCRAT.
rUBIJSHEU EVEUY TIlUnSDAY.
. a. Jokm . o. r. J.CMOH
JONES & JACKSON,
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Nr. - 1UNE 24, 1897,
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SKafeitiimi.. tin will hn noon.
TllB longest tclrphona linn in exlat
once Is the ono connecting Boston and
St, Louts a iMstnncK of 1,400 miles.
Miss Susan B. Anthony is now en
gtged in assisting Mrs. Ida Harpfr
in preparing the biography of the latter
The city of Cliieajjo is not only the
greatest wheat nmpirlum of the world,
but is also the greatest receiving point
for lire stork.
The goods of this world are in the
bands of the few. Germany bss
fifteen titled persons who own niue
million aero of bind.
THETrHiis-Miwiissippi congress enn
venei in SnltSnku City on July 14th,
and gives evidenco of ft largo awl
The pnssiliiliiies nf Arizona m
great, and tiiu iniiientl ami other nat
ural lesmuces tti but In llieli itif.incy.
A few jmh huiicu uud it will slilno to
all its glory.
The must inpiill im-i easing country
in population ii. Iliu wmlil ii liuisiu
The gtowih of that cuutitry in thu
last liumlicil )enre has been one mil
The po.vei" in grunt divmces is vest
ed In (lie legislatuie in ilin Slate of
Delawain. Slxtj-mie coupleg Iihvh ai
res ily been separated by that body
4ur!ug lis present session.
The new congressional library at
Washington will have, when com-
,pleted, nearly one hundred miles of
helving and will have a bonk capac
ity of upwaids of 4.600.000 volumes.
The new Chiue-w niinlnler at Wash
inglou, Ting Fang, is the first repre
sentative of the Flowery Kingdom to
the United Stalest who lias been abln
to speak English with any degree of
A LADY of Telle ilaulf, Ind., claims
-6ho whs win neil in a ill earn of tint
-death of her husband and walked
eight miles into thai city and upon
-ciitfiing her home fouud her husband
Ijiug dead on the bed. Ho had com
Ttnilted suicide caily that morning and
.jlm claims hliti was warned iu a dream
of his dealt).
Thiiee ) oung ladies were killed by
lightning near Bellaiie, O., on
"Tuesday. It is believed that the
4tecl comets worn by theso young
ladies contributed to their death, as a
.fourth lady who was accompanying
iheui wine none and she was only
stunned by the lightning.
The worship of wealth Is a univer
sal failiug. England, that never loses
an oppoiiuuiiy to sneer a, the monoy
lovlng American nation, could not
resist the glittering fascination of Bar
ney Barrato's wealth, and made him
the most admired and influential man
in Loudon aud in all England, for
The Scieuce News sajs: In sev
eral places in the Cape Colony and
Orange Free State of South Africa
caves have been explored which yield
ed hundreds of mumroitied remains of
a queer species of six-fingered monkeys.
All of the full-grown specimens of this
remarkable raco have the tall situated
tlgh up on the back from three to
five inches farther up than on the mod
ern monkey and other distinguishing
'.Marks, such as two seUof canine teeth,
,,, fteardi on the males, etc ,
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The following gives an idea of the
tehernalla of a steamer. For the
irnt cabin of a big Atlantlit liner there
must be 3,000 spoons. 2,000 forks,
1.000 napkin rings. 3,000 knives,
600 finger bowls. 300 salt cellars,
3,000 tumblers, 1,000 cups and 1,000
saucers. 6,000 plates of various kinds,
aad 12.000 napkins. In the outfit of
the cabin thore will be required at least
2,000 blankets, 1,000 counterpanes,
600 mattresses, 800 pillows, 7,000
sheets 1,000 buth towels, and 10,000
Ymtikdat was Queen Victoria's
jubilee, and the sixtieth anniversary of
her majesty's ascension to the throne
of Great Britain. President McKinley
sent the Queen a personal letter con
gratulating tier upon her illustrious
reign, which mesagn was delivered by
Whitelaw Held, special envoy. The
President iu his letter said: "It is
pleasing tn acknowledge the debt of
gratitude ami respect due. our per
sonal vil tiles. May our Ufa lie. pro
longed nnd peace, honor and prosper
ily bless thu people over whom joil
have been called to rule. M.iy liberty
Uniuisli throughout our umpire, un
der just anil equal laws and your gov
ernment continue strong in thu alTeu
lions of all who live under it. And I
pray God to h.tvu yur Majesty in His
TiiEgiealwriter, E nhansay. In com
mentiug on death, any: l)u tj reaches
down ages in its effects, and into eler
tilt; and when a man goes about it
resolutely it sterns tome now as though
his footsteps were echoing beyond the
stars, though only heard faintly in the
atmosphere of this world, because h- is
so heavy. What, then, is death? Il
will be a concealment of me from the
the world, but not a hiding of the
world from me. Alwajs there will be
something of me. lasting on iu the
woi id; and to the end of it the win Id
will he known to ra iu some things, I
think. It Is not to bo estranged fioni
thu woiid uuulj. Oh, Uu! Fur it is
to betaken unto the bosom of the Father
ami to feel bis feelings for this woilil,
aud to look back tipou it from under
the light of His ejes. Death is this,
and il is beauty and it is peace.
yinli.li It Up.
The LegiHliiluiuof lb'J3 passed n law
proilding for a Reform school to be
located iu Coconino county, anil the
tititeis appointed by the Governor
located that institution iu Flagstaff.
The building has long since, been com
menced, and thu walls of the same Hie
complete and the roof placed over
theiu. The building has stood in this
condition for more than 18 months,
and is an expense to thu Tenitory in
its present condition. The last Legis
lature converted it into a brauch in
sane asylum, made an appropiiation
to finish ibu building, aud a balance
in the treasury of over $7000 to thu
credit of the Reform bcudoI was trans
ferred to the brauch asylum fund. Now
there seems no good reason why some
stops are not taken toward Its com
pletion. It is hoped that the incom
ing Governor will take bold of the
matter and see. that the building is
finished so It can be of some utility to
the taxpayers of the Territory.
There's no use in talking," says W.
H. Broadwell, druggist, La Cvgne,
Kan., "Chamberlalu'a Colic, Cholera
and Diarboea remedy does the work
After taking medicines of my own
preparation and those nf others' I
took a dose of Chamberlain's and it
helped me; a second dose cared me.
Candidly and conscientiously I ran
recommend it aa the best thing on the
market." The 26 and 60 ceut sizes
for sale by Or. D. J. Braunen'a drug
The nmipxatioriSii Hawaii to the,
Uulted States, asido from other con
siderations which may have prompted
the step, is a wise move for a nation
that U rapidly approaching great navul
An exchaugii sio: - Michigan
man, 05 jeais old, has just regained
his npvrclTnfier ii dumbness of h.ilf a
century. It I a cruel fate, however,
that tills thu voyager with jubilant
h'ipes only to wieek him and dash him
to places on the shore of good fort tine.
Since this Mlchlgander found his voice
be has been talking incessantly, until,
as a result of his wild joy, his reason
is tottering on lis throne."
IX MKMOHIAM. '
Died, at the residence of Henry
Smith in Fhiggtuff this niotniug at
7 o'clock, William Roden, sr. He
had been ailinjr fm- over two weeks.
but his iclnthes had noticed nothing
aim tiling in his condition until about
a week ago. Hi, was fttticken with
p.irallses whi (lll hi-i ranch about leu
dajs since, but was able to reach town
lastThumda). He immediately took to
Ills oed and never spoke from Friday
morning. He )ny in a stupor until
M unlay morning, when he became
conscious, but could not speak. He
recognized his Mends when they vis
ited him, but could neither move or
speak. Ho was fi9 jears old in April
last, and had been a strong healthy
man. He whs a native of Missouri
and came west years ago, settliug first
in lexas. He located in Coconino
county about 13 years ago, and en
gaged in the cattle business, in which
he was very successful. He was a
good hearted man, always jovial and
respected by all who knew him. He
leaves surviving him four daughters
Mrs. Ward of Texas, Mrs. Barny of
New Mexico, Mrs. Lillie Howe of
Williams, and Mrs. Henry Smith of
Flagstaff, and one son, Wm. Boden of
our city. His death has cast a shadow
of gloom over the eutire community,
and his sou and daughters have the
sympathy of all in their sad loss. The
funeral will take place to-morrow iu
the afternoon at 4 o'clock from the M.
E. church, when the last sad rites will
be paid to the leniaius of one of Coco
nino's most lespected citizens.
IlARPKlt whiskey on jour siileboatd
proves oiir taste is collect. It pioves
also that y mi aie doing jour duly lo
,Votir guest mill to yotiiself keeping
the finest whiskey obtainable.
PIjAOSTAKK, - - AltlZONA
SANTA FE ROUTE,
Atlantic! Pacific U,
a W. Smith. Receiver.
;ondned Time Table No. 40.
Effective April 3. 1WT.1
No. 1. No. 2.
3 25 p
B : a
10 60 a
1 10 p
.Lr. Chicago. .Ar.
... Albuqieriue Ar ,
WlnKuie. lit ,
10 IS a
7 40 a
Ash Fork hr ,
I 4.1 p
Lv .Anil Fork .Ar
.Ar I'ruscott IjV
S 10 p
12 10 H
1 'iS It
3 30 a
A 41 ll
8 15 p
,lr .Asli K.irk Ar .
.. l't'mli Springs ....
. Tim NeodlOH...
11 1)0 p
10 60 a
Krstmir .. . .
Ar ban I)leKO..I.T ,
ArSan KranVn I.v
Went nf Wllllntun.
4 10 a
6 05 p
7 10 a
10 20 p
7 40 p
3 45 p
1 00 p
12 40 p
11 05 a
O 4 Il
. .Ash rorlc Lv
Peach springs. ..
. .Mohave Tj
Through Pa II man Palace and Tourist
Sleeping cars dally between California and
The onlr line roachlng the Qrand Canyon
of the Colorado.
Limited trains No. 3 westbound and No. 4
eastbound ran semi-weekly.
No. 3 leaves Chicago 8 p.m. Wednesdays
and i-aturdajs: passes Albuquerque 12.05
p. in. r rmays anu muuujo, uai.wni.iwif
m. Tuesdays and Saturdays, arriving at Los
Angeles 8 p. m. Tuosday and Saturdays.
Passengers for north of Mojave folding
tickets reading via Mojave change at Bar
tiw to No. 6. . A .
No. 4 leaves Los Angeles at 8 a. tn. Tues
days and Fridays, passing Oarstow 1.55 p. m.
and Needles 70 n. m. same daysi Albuquer
que 3.65 p. m. Wednesdays and Saturdays,
arriving Chicago t.43 a. m. Fridays and Mon
days. Passengers from north of Mojavo may take
the Limited either at Bars tow or the Needles.
Only first-class tlckota sold at full rates
are honored on the Limited trains.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Oars dally
through between Chicago and San Fran
cisco and Chicago and Los Angeles.
Pullman Tourist Sleeping Oars dally
through between Chicago and San Franc sco
and Chlcagomnd Los Angeles.
The OranffOanyon of the Colorado can be
reached only via this line.
Ask for a beautifully Illustrated ook
which will be mailed free.
DON A. BWKRT.
Oeneral Passenger Agent. Albuquerque. N.M.
sonxGtimBs doming -
When you see 0 r Name
ber, Well Dressed, Well Manufactured,
Good Grades and the Best Attention and
IS IT mm
If You are going to enter the
Building "DERBY" this year ,
Get our PRICES and you are
Sure to be a Winner.
CALL AND SEE US IS . SPECIAL FAVOR TO YOODSELF.
OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT.
THE ARIZONA LUMBER & TIMBER CO.,
RAILROAD A VENUE.
Will sell, for a few days, GLASS and QUEENS
WARE at Cost.
BEST GOODS. LOWEST PRICES.
JAS. A.. VAIL, Proprietor..
Fine Wines, Liquors Cigars..
IN A NAME?"
it means "Good Lum
OB IS IT FOTBIIf.
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