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Arizona baa a pretty good crop Id
her famous sandatone quarry at Flag
staff. Ooe high school building .Jn
Sn Francisco .tuts over a thousand
trlmtsk of it. It wuald be a good
for the pupils ut that ichool to
ttetlHi wMNlorlHi surroundings of the
'urnr 'whence caaae their building,
faeledlDg ihe Cllf Dwellings end the
Grand Canyon of the Colorado. Pas
astsaa (Cal.) Star; '
Wji'followlng registeVed at the Car
rplltoa Hotel daring the week: J. P,
Watkias. Mew York; 8. L. SmHh.Cbl
go, John H. Hicks, Traape; X. P.
Deeaaa, Santa Ft. Id. M.; Geo. Heater,
Loa Angeles; Xd Jamison, 0. B. Rich
aauad and Joan Oberly, Phoenix; P.
'. Phelps. Albnqnerque; I. B. Allison,
Loa Angeles; lira. A. L. Abblugtou,
Boston; lira. H.EIIswortb, FortWortb.
lad.; J. M. 8malley, Kansas City.
The following true bar story was
printed in Tuesday's Phoenix Repub
can:( Messrs. L. H. Chalmers and
J..J& r Walker returned on Sunday
morning from a two weeks' fiobiug
excursion on Oak creek, near. Flag
staff. Fish are getting scarco in tbnt
fasaoua trout stream. Bear are nu
merous in that vicinity, out the gen
tlemen were not provided with tackle
for bear and consequently tuiy spent
no lime angling fur them. Que woru
ing Mr. Walker was standing on the
. bank of the aire am negotiating with a
tnrtit when a half grown clunamoii
cub crashed through the bushes tweu-
ty feet away. The bear aaw Wal Iter at
the same Instant that Walker saw
himl(bul being of greater presence of
mind than Mr. Walker, the bear galb
ered, himself together and ran away,
Mr. Walker was intending to do Ihe
same thing as soon as be could get his
breath. He did change bis location
anyhow, for knowing something of the
habits of bears be thought it was uot
anlikely that the cub's mamma would
be coming along that way.
aomt Recent Work of the LoWell Ob
rvatorv. During the last year some very im
portant work baa been done by tbu
Lowell Observatory, .which has not aa
yet been made known to the public at
large. Part of this work has been
the determination of the orbit of the
rapidly moving star B 883. This star
was discovered to be double, by Prof.
9. W. fiurnhaa, a Chicago astrono
mer, fn 1879. It is a small star of
about the sixth magnitude, 'or just
large enough to be barely seen with
the naked eye on, a very dear dark
alght, and is situated in the constella
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tion Orion. The two components of
this binary are always very close to
each oilier,, at .times showing only as
an elnugated point of light, even in
the great 24-inch telescope., Observa
tions oirtlito star were made bere last
fall-by Dr." See and Mr. Cogshnll and
were continued during the wluter in
Mexico. These observations, com
bined with those of other astronomers
have resulted in the determination of
the approximate orbit by Dr. See and
hia discussion of It has been recently
published in the "Monthly Notices"
of the Royal Astronomical Society in
The most remarkable feature of this
star Is Ma extremely short neriod.
being only about fire and one-half
years, white the next shortest orbit of
the visual binaries is about twice as
long. Tula star furnishes the best
connecting link yet discovered betweeu
the visual and the spectroscopic bi
naries. Other important work has been dona
by Mr. Douglass in the determination
of the rotation 'periods of two of tint
satellites of Jupiter. This work was
begun by Mr. Douglass some time
after the removal of the observatory
t Mexico and whs continued for sev
eral weeks after his return in the
spring to. Flagstaff.
Tbenc satellites are very small bodies
and the markings by which the rota
tion periods were found are very deli
cate and almost impossible for any
but a specially trained cv to see.
Their difficulty may bo estimated froth
the fact that with all the large tele
scopes now In existence, they have
never before been seen with any cer
taiuty. Mr. Douglass finds the rota
tion period of the third satellite to be
a little over seven days and very near
ly the same as Its period of revolution
about Jupiter. It tberefure is very
much like our moon in tho respect
that it always shows the same face to
the planet. The fourth satellite was
also observed to have similar mark
ings and probably it also has a rota
tion period very nearly equal to its
period of revolution.
From the many drawings made of
the surface of the third satellite Mr.
Douglass bas constructed a map which
sliowajbe location on the surface of
the prindipnl marking.
This is the best determination yet
made of the rotation periods of these
bodies, aud in fast the only one much
better than a guess or an estimate.
Toe rainy season seems to have set
in for good.
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CI) leu to.
The only line reacblnK tb Orand Caaron
of the Colorado.
LlnilUxltralniiNo. 3 weatbouna and No. 4
eaatbound run M-ml-wevkly.
.No, 3 learra flitaiRoO p.m. Wnlnmdays
and raturday; paiMv Albuqucrquu li.04
p. in. Hldayn anu Mondayni llitow Ui p
m.Tuiiidtty.uiitl!aiu,duyH. arriving at Loa
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mi.m .iviw imwi. ni. puimu ujrn Aiouquer
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.Only Unit-i:iUN ilcketa Mild at full rates
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Pullman Paluce Sleepinif Can dally
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Pullman Tourist SlMnlnir t.'ara rl.ll
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The Oriind Canyon of tbu Colorado can be
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OF WEST VIROINIA.
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