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THE ARIZONA KEPLBLICAN: TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER SO, 1894. I lardware. Cassidy Sulky, Bonanza Gang and Oliver Chilled m AT EZRA W. THAYER'S. - T r THE QUAIL SEASON Is now here. He sells that new smokeless Ammunition and rents a good Gun fo 50 cts. a day. OPPOSITE CITY HALL. FORETOLD NAPOLEON'S FALL. Tailoring. TO FIND THE NORMAL CHILD. Novel and Valuable Work Now Being Car ried on in Washington. A new kind of scientific work is be ing carried on in Washington, in which the testing of twenty-five thousand school children, mentally, morally and physicall is the preliminary step. Dr. Arthur McDonald is conducting the work, under the auspices of the United States bureau of education, and the re sults when arranged and tabulated are expected to throw valuable light upon a number of mooted questions concern ing the race. For example, writes a correspondent of the Boston Transcript, it is desired to know whether boys of the laboring class are less bright than the sons of the well-to-do. Are they as well nourished? In London not long ago in vestigation proved that the children of laboring people in that metropolis were better nourished that is to say, weighed more at the same age than those belonging to higher social strata, the latter being fed on too much candy and cake. The work here being unfinished, con clusions cannot be stated. To begin with, the height and sitting height of each child were taken. Long-bodied races, generally speaking, are inferior. It is desired to know if long-bodied in dividuals are less clever or less strong than the short-bodied of the same race Are long-bodied boys and girls apt to be stupid? Long-headed children are usually tall. Tall people are most often long-headed. Tall races are su perior. The question naturally fol lows: Are long-headed children super ior mentally? When it is said that a man has a long head is there not sig nificance in the remark? Are tall children then, superior? No body knows as yet. These are among tne things which Dr. McDonald is trv- ingto find out. In the classification the eight thousand negro children in Washington schools have been kept separate so as to compare them with white children. How do they compare in respect to brightness, weight, phys ical measurements, etc.? The colored child surpasses the white child up to five years of age in mental develop ment; then the white child goes ahead. Comparisons of girls with boys natur ally follow. At the age of entering womanhood girls weigh more than boys; that age with city girls arrives a year earlier than with country girls. Some more interesting compartive data of the sexes have been already se cured. It was determined by a succes sion of simple, but conclusive, tests, that girls felt pain more quickly than boys, and Dr. McDonald is convinced by this and other tests that the conclu sion that women are more sensitive to pain than men is the correct one, al though the opposite idea widely ob tains. It is worth mentioning, by the way, that in every school there are more bright girls than bright boys. Girls are more faithful in studying and memorize more attentively. A girl will not get impatient and throw her book into a corner as a boy would. Discovery of Old Manuscripts Written by a Danish Astrologer Centuries Ago. I Some old manuscripts have just been j discovered in San Francisco of wonder- i ful importance. These manuscripts are the production of one Peter Han- j sen, a noted Danish astrologer, who lived through the end of the sixteenth j and beginning of the seventeenth cen- I bUllCa. lie wan c vvia uviuyji at ji uuu correspondent of Johann Kepler, the great German astronomer, Basil and other learned men of that time. He was also a nephew and pupil of the celebrated Danish astronomer, Tycho Brahe, and lived in Copenhagen in the years 1594 to 1612 The discovered Hansen manuscripts are in possession of a descendant, Olaf Linnberg, who, however, knew nothing of their nature, although believing them of great im- portance. Air. Christian Andersen, an accomplished Danish scholar, has ex- j amined these old papers and found j wonders in them Part of these manuscripts are of the greatest importance to the American people at the present time. But first it will be well to sow the value of these calculations and predictions. The great plague of 1064-16G5 is clearly foretold, with cumulative disaster on London, indicating the great fire more than half a century in advance. Lilly bor rowed from this. The French revolu tion and the rise and fall of Napoleon are clearly predicted and with entire precision in the designation of years. These are accompanied by charts and diagrams, apparently of terrestial and celestial combination. On one of these charts is a heavy line from the French frontier of Moscow. The fall of Na poleon is told with the force of lan guage of a prophet. It says: "The conqueror shall become haughty and despotic, drunken with ambition, leading his victorious hosts through fire and blood as a glutton revels at a feast. Then shall he penetrate the north for new conquests, passing be yond the lines of his auspicious star, and two stars of evil omen confront him. His victorious banner shall wither like dry twigs in a blast of fire. He shall stagger back before a hurricane of destruction, tattered, bleeding and torn, and fall prostrate to the earth. Yet shall he rise again, in the furious agony of a dying giant, to sink forever, as choking in a sea of blood." Among the other predictions in these old documents are the destruction of Lisbon by earthquake, the extinction of the papal temporal power, the Franco-German conflict and other great natural and political convulsions. Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair. I HASSAYAMPER Is one who drank from Ariz ona's famous river In very early times. He Is tall, rugged, strong of voice, long of beard end clad - I in rougn Doots, sioucn nat ana bine jeans. We never see one without wondering bow he would feel and look in a handsome new suit made by NICHOLSON THE TAILOR. 1C .n. The Great Middle Boute Across the American Continent in Connec tion with the Railways of the "Santa Fe Route." LIBERAL MANAGEMENT, SUPERIOR FACILITIES, PICTURESQUE SCENERY, EXCELLENT ACCOMODATIONS, The Brand Canon oi the Colorado, the most sublime of Nature's work on the Earth, inde scribable, can easily be reached via Flagstaff, u i i ; i i " l : .. ik:. i n- i imam, ui inuu opiiugH uu tuia ruau. au the Natural Bridge of Arizona and Montezuma's well you can journey most directly by this line. Observe the Ancient Indian Civilization of La guna, or of Acoma, "The City of the Skj," Visit the Petrified Forest near Carrizo. See and marvel at the freak of Canon Diablo. Take a hunting trip in the magnificent pine forests of the San Francisco Mountains. Find interest in the ruins of the pre-bietoric Cave and Cliff Dwellers. View the longest Cantilever bridge in America across tne Colorado jtiver. T. R. Gabel. General Sunerintendent. Albn querque. New Mexico. W. A. Bissell, General rassenger Agent, Ban r-rancisco, cai ana Al bnquerque, New Mexico. H. 8. Van Sltck, General Agent. Albuuueraue, N. M PICKLES AND PRESERVES. Chow-Cho w. Chop fine one peck green tomatoes, three onions and three pep pers and boil three minutes and drain. Then take two cups of sugar, two quarts vinegar, one-half cup mustard and tablespoonf ul of cloves, two of cinnamon and three of salt; heat all together and pour on. Cold Catsup. One peck ripe toma toes peeled and drained over night. One small teacupf ul of salt, two table spoonfuls black pepper,' two horserad ish roots, two tablespoonf uls of . celery seed; one cupful of chopped onion, one tablespoonful each of cloves and cinna mon, one cup of mustard seed and two red peppers. Spiced Cherries. To four pounds of sugar allow one pint of vinegar and spices according to taste; dissolve the sugar in the vinegar and heat till boil ing, then pour it on the cherries and let stand three or four days. Then scald the juice and cherries together and again let them stand three or four days, after which boil down the juice alone until there is just enough to cover the cherries. Marmalades. Cut into pieces ripe and luscious fruit and place with sugar in layers in the preserving kettle, put ting fruit in the bottom and allowing three-quarters of a pound of sugar to a pound of fruit. If the fruit is not juicy enough add water and stir fre quently with a wooden spoon to pre vent burning. When done it will look clear and glossy, an,d a portion set to cool in a saucer will thicken. Farm, Field and Fireside. MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Fre from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant SAVE TIME"" AND MONEY By taking the cheapest and quickest route irom soiomonvitie to sneioon station and Clifton, or from Clifton to Solomonvilla. Onlv nine hours making the trip either way. Green's regular man nacK leaves soiomouvi le lor snei fion station every Mondav. Wednosdav and Fridsy 8 o'clock a. m., arriving at Sheldon by 3:30 p. m , making close connections with the t ain from Lordsburg to Clifton. Return ing froT Shelrion to Solomonvllle on arrival of train from Clifton every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, arriving at Solomonville by 4 o ciock p. m. we snail spare no time or ex Dense to make it to the interest of all who will ffiror us with their oatronatre. Commercial men and others who have to travel on odd days can alwa; s be accommodated by timely notice. Fare, J5, round trip $7.50. We have a corral at Solomonville, where we give animals good care and plenty to eat and drink. Saddle horses, teams and buggies to let Thanking the public for their liberal patronage hereto fore bestowed and asking a continuance of the same, we remain yours respectfully, N. GREEN & SON. Solomonvills. Ariz.. March 14. 1894. Bowie Station and Thomas, Stage Line, EAGAK BBOS., Props. Carrying U. 8. mail from BowieStaiion via Solo monville to Ft. Thomas, eonneeting with stage for ilobe. A daily line of stages is run be tween above points, connecting at Solomon- vnie witn stage line lor mitton and upper Gila uumo outuuii nuu hue Duuinerii rucmcrail- road. FLORENCE and GLOBE STAGE LINE Carrying United States Mail and the Express. Stage leaves Florence daily for Riverside and Globe at 7 o'clock p. m.; stops all night at b i verMue aim arrives at uioue at o o CIOCK p, m.; returning, leaves Globe at 8 o'clock a. m.. arrives at Florence at 1 a. m. Good accommo dations on the road, improved line, good stock and comfortable stages, four-horse coach every oineroay. . uuua, agent, r iorence. J . Keuner s i;o.. agents, uiooe. EUGENE MIDDLETON, Prop. THE SCULPTORS. A statue of Shelley, the work of the sculptor Lucohesi, will be unveiled at Viareggio, the place where his body came ashore. Mb. Fkanklin Simmons, the American sculptor at Eome, has just finished and sent to the United States a statue of Gen. Grant, which will be erected at the capitol at Washington. During the visit of the British asso ciation to Oxford a statue of the great physician Sydenham, who was an Ox ford man, was presented to the univer sity museum by the warden and two former fellows of All Souls'. Besides the monument to be erected to him in Balliol college chapel, a mar ble bust of Prof. Jowett will be placed in the Bodleian library, of which he was for forty years a curator. It will be the work of Mr. II. Pinker, for whom the late master of Balliol sat re peatedly during the last years of his life. Cain, the sculptor, just before he died expressed the wish to give the city of Paris his last study in bronze, an eagle and vulture fighting over the body of a bear, which was exhibited at the salon in 1891, and at the world's fair at Chicago. It will be set up in the square Montholom, where the artist mil and Buckeye ,T, 9. BASETT, Prop, Leaves Phcenix Mondavs and Tuesdays at 7 a.m.: arrives at Buckeve in twelve hours leaves buckeye Tuesdays and Saturdays at 7:30 a. m.. ano arrives at rncemx in twelve hours. ortiee at Parlor Cigar store. A.J, HILL, Agt. I Santa Fe, Prescott & FhceLix R. R PEESC0TT DIVISION TIME TABLE NO. 7, TAKING EFFECT SUNDAY. AUGJST 5, 18M, Mountain Time is standard used. No.l21No.lO:i 7 2S S 35 f 9 Ool 9 451 10 101 10 SO l 11 05 l 11 40 f 05 p 00 p 25 p; 55 p 13 p 30 p 45 p 15 p ar! Sl'o.TJOS. lv Ash Fork Rock Butte Cedar Glade Del Rio Clear Springs Jerome Junction Granite r Prescott lv No. 104 No. 122 I 50 p 6 10 p 12 55 p 5 00 D 12 25 p 4 15 p II 50 a .1 30 p 11 35 a 3 13 p 11 15 a 2 48 r ,11 05 a 2 35 p llO 40 ai 2 00 p SOUTH EXTENSION, U. 201 s.oo a.m 8.40 S.45 9.10 9.30 STATIONS. Lv Prescott Ar. Iron Springs Summit Rams Gate Ar Stull Valley ....Lv. No. 202 l.OOp.m i2.;iu 12.25 11.57 11.30 a.m Trains 103 and 104 make close connection at Ash Fork with trains 3 and 4 on A. S P. R. R. Trains 121 and 122 connect with trains 1 and at Ash Fork on A. & P. R. R, Trains 103 and 104are passenger trains and run dailv. Trai 122 k an accommodation train ruuning daily except "aiuraay. Train 121 is an accommoda tion tram running dailv excent bundav. Trains 201 and 202 run daily and connect with stage line carrvme passengers and U.S. mail to and from Phcenix via Stanton, Congress w lCKenDurg, v uiture and uaiuerwooa. R. R.COLEMAN, Sunt. . W. Vaughn. V-Pres. and Gen. Mgr. F. A. Healy, General Passenger Agent. 'AfJSY PiLLS STOBtSlfl GUARD!' . Wilcox Specific Co.,Phiui.,PA. STOVES. TOVE Lowest in Price. Standard Manufacture. Largest Stock .A. GREAT HEAT. A cold snap may some any night. s Our $9 No. 7 COOK STOVE is a perfect gem. It throws a great heat and gives perfect satisfaction as a baker, fryer or broiler. A full line of Round, Sqiare or Open-Grate Heaters. HENRY E. KEMP & CO.. First Street, Opposite City Hall. il IIA ESTATE. GEO. B. PEEKIIS, Corner Wasiiton. and Wall P. 0. Box 323. 3?aoeiiix, Ajriz. I want a list of your property. It makes no difference wdiere it is, so that it is in the Salt' River Valley. I can sell all grades, whether cheap lots, choice residence lots, business lots or acreage. It costs you nothing if I do not sell. Carriage at door. No trouble to show propert'. I now have buyers for both city and country property IMPROVED and UNIMPROVED and can guarantee satisfaction to both prop erty owners and investors. Money Loaned. on first-class security at reasonable rates. Borrowers and lenders are invited to give me a call. j GEO. B. PERKINS. Flioenix, - Ajriz. I used to play when a child.