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r: Th 3i fi v . ' c-n- vH. . 6 "!.".l ..." -. -, A. T1X, KdltoraiidProp'r. - - r. Ahjiil 19, 1898 -4- U-k .v. -. . ...tliot P. Shophara loft an ' : rorth SSoO'000. " idoiit Reinhart of tho Santa od is cutting down espouses of joinpauy. M Browning, of Illinois, has rt on appointed commissioner of ndiau affairs. , Our Arizona legislature triotl to : got a deop water harbor established baforo adjouning. A San Francisco bank cashier named Flood has gouo wrong to tho tuno of $161,000. Tho Sacramento Boo buzzes as usual, despite tho fact that a boy c ytt was inaugurated against it re cently. It is annouuced tkat tho South ern Pacific will soon commence running two traius a day over its road. Tho low condition of tho govern ment's finances has alarmed Presi dent Cleveland and Secretary Carlisle. Gov. Boies is said to havo his "eyes fixed with a stony staro ou tho Whito House." Thoy will turn to stone before ho gets there. Lawyers of San Bernardino, Ca.li- .forma, claim that tho act creating Rivorside county California is un constitutional. Freight and passenger rates in England are about three times tho average of what they are in tho United States. It seems that the appointment of L. C. Hughes, as governor, has boon confirmed and he has assumed tho duties of the position. Tho Examiner of tho Lith, inst says that J. J. Hawkins was ap pointed Associate Justice of Ariz ona for the reason that Mark Smith could not tell a lie. Candidates for official positions, who have secured the endorsement of Mark and Meyor are seriouslj contemplating having such endorse ments eliminated from their papors Tho Tucson Citizen Is uncharit able .enough to think that "the wi d would have been just as well -.it' as it now is if tho Seventeenth Legislature of Arizona had never exi sted." L. H. Manni ng the newly ap pointed surveyor general of the ter ritory is a Tucson man. Wonder when Cleveland lighting will strike, in this section for a territorial office. President Cleveland seems to keep up his lick in 'smashiug slates." Judgo Hawkins was not on tho slate of the would-be dis pensers of official patronage of this territory. As Marcus Aurelius Smith is mak ing an active and bitter fight against Dr. Geo. T. Thornton, tho Jouun'al . Miner's candidate for Uninted - States marshal, we have great hopos of his appointment. Zulick left tho territory in a sort of halo.of fclory, as being the great I am of the democracy of Arizoua. The halo which surrounds him now is not of peculiar brightness and thoy do say that he will not return again to this territory. It has been said that you novor loara a man's character until ho runs for office. This seems truo in very many instances. The' people of North Dakota are shocked to learn that their now senator, Mr. jRoach is accused of being a Wash ington, D. C, bank embezzler in the sum of $2f),oOO or $30,000. It ia in order now foranothor tele gram to lo sent out from Washing ton assuring the count r3 of tho "cordial relations," and "friendly feeling" existing between Mark Smith and President Cleveland. As tho preaidont has appointed another candidate opposed by Mark, the re lations must bo more "cordial" (or probably Belle of Nelson) than ever. A Tucson merchant advertise "Highland zephyrs, in stripes and plaids." During our last visit to tho ancient pueblo, we experienced a highland zephyr, but there were sio fancy fixins about. It was a simple, plain, fifty-miles-au-hour zephyr, with a cubic foot of sand to a cubic j-ard of zephyr. If the striped and plaid variety are more disagreeable than this, we will ro jserve our ordor. President Cleveland continues to keep in lino with tho recommenda tion of tho JorsxAL-MiNEK in mak ing territorial appointments, as it endorsed Judge Hawkins for asso ciate justice of tho territor3. This appointment knocks another great big piece out of the slato of the j miin-.&iUucK comuiuaiion. juioir candidate was II. D. Ross, and he had good prospects for obtaining the position, had they not been kuockod out by Mark Smith and Moj-er Zulick. The Couucil refused to confirm tho appointment of W. K. Meade as superintendent of tho territorial prison. Tho reason assigned was that Meade ran 500 behind his ticket iu Cochise county and was repudiated by his party and people in that county. Tho tcason, how ever, was that the democratic mem bers of the territorial council, with but very few exceptions, aro under the domination of Meyor Zulick, and Meade is a bitter aud uuroleut Ing Oppoueut of this 3x0 statesman. Theoj is no man in Mio territory, ' - yrithex, who has had a bettor oppor tunity of len?jug tho truo charac .? ior of Meyer ZuUk than Mr. Meade, -.' ,and his opposition to him is not s. basod on projudico, but upon well founded ovidouce of the chaxaoter I itho waq. ' i ot war. The Gazette man telegraphs fr&fiji iho nuoor :w that of Washington that "thoro has boon liif disagreomont, as reported, between, ttl0 birthday of Thomas ttio president and Dologato Mark. fers0Uf t.ho stauuehost prohi Smith. Their rolatious havo con- r.tioiiist of tho early days of our tinned extremely friendly," If any l.ountrVj ;s the queerest. Jefferson uuo uuuuu, uiu Mum ui uiu aoove t t n it i oruor, against Mark's most viohnt opposition. Or let him ask $omu ono who has beeu in Washington, in regard to tho eulogies paod bj Mark on President Cleveland. These woro of a character not usu ally used in religious fovo feasts, but they go to show that Mark on tortainsk,oxtromely friendly" feol iugs for tho Presidont. Oh, yes, ho does t Tho legislature has adjourned, just what it has accomplished that will redound to the good of tho ter ritory, wo are unablo yet to state. In no session or the legislature for tho last decado has thore been so much personal legislation as in this It seems that a large percentage of tho members attouded the sessiou with afview to "-rtttinir some uor O" o sonalf legislation through. A law wasjjnnotod it seems, providing for establishing a reform school for boys, charged with crime. This measure can bo classed as a steal pure and simple, a wasto of public money, as thore is no moro necessity for such an institution in Arizoua than there is for a territorial theo logical sominnry. During tho past ten years in this couuty thoro havo been just two bojs charged with crime, and they were both acquitted. Thoro is not today, we venture to saj-, in tho territorial prison of Ariz ona three prisoners under are charged with crime. The establish ment then, of an institution of this kind it can bo readily seen is entirely useless. ne legislative couucil nippod a little tlnoving schemo in tho bud by defeating House bill 97. This bill provides for publishing tho govor- uor s mossago and reports of terti- x r ... lonai omcers, on tho face of it an apparently good bill. Heretofore the publication of theso roports nas boon made only aftor ndvor- tising forbids, giving each paper in tho territory an opportunity to Uiu on thorn. Tins yoar, howovor. the owiiors of a couple of papers in 1J1.-..:- : i it. , , i uuiiiA luuauvuu mo iciea oi onr- raliug this work, and succeeded practically in doing so as far as the promiso of tho printing committee was concorued. Tho "deal" lo tweeil t,ll IWDON .Hid ihn tii-inti,. ---- - - 11 v. I . IUq committo was closed earlv iu the session, in order to allow ono of the parties to tho deal an opportunity to go to Washington to assist iu trying to defeat L. C. Hughes for governor. A bill to carry out tho scheme was subsequently worked through the house, but when brougt to tho council was defeated, as stded above, by a voto of against to 1 in favor. L-ditor bhortndge, of tho San Jose (Cal.) Mercury, has just won a victory for himsolf and tho press. A few months since the Mercury published a full report of a divorce case which was tried in Ban Joso with closed doors. For this, Editor Shortridgo was cited for contempt by tho suporior judge, and was fiued $100. Tho case was carried to tho supromo court, and a decision by that tribunal vindicates tho liberty of tho press. In deciding tho coso this tribunal says: "The power of tho court to control con duct by command or prohibition is restricted to persons boforo it; it cannot detormiue the conduct of thosoovtr whom it has acquired no jurisdiction. An ordor forbidding the publication of proceedings can not operate to affect tho right or abridge the liberty of ono who is not a party to tho action at trial. If what he sa's or does is not mado unlawful by tho law of tho land, it cannot be mado so by tho order of the court, made in a cause in which the court had no jurisdiction over mm. o congratulate Brother anortruigo on his victory. ITS CI.OSINU DAYS. The legislative session is drawing to a close. While mombors seem to bo quite active, nothing or special importance seems to be doing. Tho committco appointed to oxam ine territorial institutions has made its report, and, as expected, it is as unfavorable as could be possible to wards republican oilicials. The insane assylum is, howovor, au ex ception, as tho committee compli ments Dr. Miller on his able man agement of this institution. Dr. Wright's bill, providing for tho location of tho sent of govern ment, was stolen recently by some one unknown. This is in kooniin? with tho tactics of certain peoplo of Phonix. A similar act Was nHnmnf ed by a Phonix man during thoses sion of tho thirteenth logialnturo. The Council recently passed a bill providing for the president of tho orld s L'air board to bo tho atreut of the torritorv nnd to tako charge t J of Arizona's World's Fair business L in Chicago, in connection with tho m, Senators it would havo no Mm lff on for anythiiicr else, it is aloiif. i imn f k tion ...... u, Tho cahln ir.'ll l ...T i.- .i . T.n(.m,nfil.n v: territorial commission, tho board -m uj oiec- ;en, , ' Y. V w -wuio ieg- aiesuon mat clogs up tho rstcm, when tho Usolt being abolished tnc powor, so that it may bo called " ?! I, x' W J!"? i !Vnko tho Ch- -a-x mcs impregnated with tho P fa aDoiisnoa. a cable electric railway r ,. T ? ,n?l?,;nlVs'of tat state wear Tho old Sampariua, attempt to if q , v n P nnTiin raiiwaj. Iu theso thoir shirt-tails inside their trous- "h -"'condiUon by atucWns the blood with If Senator Vest did not exaggerate fad othor respects tho Pasadena ors, in Chrisrain fashion, revives in "-"cmincrai-pousu.- The potxsh theory when he said that if tho Senato "no, says an oxchango, will bo oItl nnocdoto of a dialogue botun , -oW"J obsolete. Joy'iVegetabJoSampariUa undertook to investigate all charges uniouo it hiviim hnn J i j an American and n pi,S?I) '-aodcra. it goes to tho teat of the trouble, it made against the nhnranfn 'l ,hav,uffbeo constructed a a?lA Ch,,nain.a.n- 5-the liver, kidney, and boTtel, to health either abolish tho Senate, or got uoarly roady to bo placed in opera men with bettor characters, isn't hi rpi. 't r 4T ... upVra ,, ' w w"'" -U3- wjo uuo meandor- llireo democratic Senators whn iuc nrnunrl fii urawniL' tt cj y tho . 0 a . u. junstuiia us vuioraus i ia i. i i . . i . . . t-tta ia urouauiv ac o Mexican war, althoudi 3 to bo1an oIoctnc ,mo" -o trol- tua.tod by humauitanau motives -r of them was disabled in f linV ,03" sjstom, and will havo an nnsv I LjX noithe "jiovise the ponsion list-." grado. -.wins uiai uio Jinn of Clovo & New Orlnnna , reconciliation courts," rocontK- Stove has dissolve partnership, and VLMvS C1?at,' bo wa withffl roports says that "Clevo" will re- , osL luo object aimed aMho los- pudiato all of "StnvV !nfl! m. U". wna to horspvonUi bus- seiiinir of thrf niiiwf Ziu 03 oblig.tlon. WZ'lAth certa-mlTaod'n" OINTKU AND PKUTINKNT. "mm0erats who urouoso colo- jwas about a3 far from being a dom- oorat, as the term is now omployed as ho could pj33ibly get. Hoop skirts will, according to an electrical export, endanger thj lives of thoir wearers who attempt ro walk across the track of an electric railroad. This hint should hot bo lost upon young men. If tho Znyder Zee can be success fully drained tho engineers who ac complish tho triumph should bo given a ohauco at some of the po litical cesspools in this country which havo up to this timo dofied all efforts to drain them. That man may bo born on All Fools' Day and yet not bo a fool, r s has been fully proven in tho career of Bismarck, who was born April 1, 1815. The Kansas populists who com mlain becauso Senator Martin moro ly used thorn to get into office, are a little slow in gottmg their eyes opeu. Martin ouly followed tho oxamplo of Simpson, Peffer and Co. To bank cashiers: Dou't rob your omployors, but it you ovor do don't go to Canada; it is just as easy to go to North Dakota and buy a seat in the U. S. Senate, and its lots more respectable, iu tho oyes of democratic Sonators. Tho people of Philadelphia can stand anything. They actual allowed Gen. J. B. Woavor, Ex-Gov. St. John, and Henry George to speak from the same stage tho other night. Republican Senators should in sistupon having tho light turned on that charge of criminal emboz zloment against Koach. Since when, and iu what court nas "you're another" become a justi- hablo plea for criminal embezzle mentT Mr. Clovolnnd must take special pleasure m stirring up tho race prejudices of tho Austrians. He did it during his first admiuistra- tion by appointing a minister whose wile was a Jewess, and again ho re peats it by sending a Jew toboU. S. Consul Genoral at Vienna. Tho Austrians refused to receive tho minister, and tho indications aro thoy will mako things very unpleas ant for tho now Consul General. To the United States Senato: When thoro is no precedent for doiui tho nrooor thin nvilt. mw. - i - o w V Whilo sanitary exports and com missions aro hustling iu all direc tions to clean up tho filth so as to keep out the cholora, tho filth in columns of certain nowsnanors is growing ranker aud ranker. When Axmnn Maxwell told some of his callers that it was his inten tion to appoint only "live demo crats" ho must have had a suspicion that somebody was trying to run iu on him some of tho "dead demo crats." regularly voted on election day. A pointer for disappointed oliico- seokors: tho diamonds and othor precious stones with which tho tomb of Mohamcd is covorod aro valued at moro than $10,000,000. Tho ofiico-seokors must bo lotting up a littlo at Washington. The othor uight Mr. Clovoland actually got to bed boforo 2 o'clock a. m. something ho has rarely been able to do, according to tho Washington news. Tho Kansas republicans havo lots of fun ahead of them as specta tors at the gladatorial coutest be tween tho straightout democrats and tho populists of the state. Tho nowly appointod democratic postmaster at Pittsford, Vermont, may havo to servo a term iu jail bo foro he can qualify, as on tho day of his appointment ho was convict- ed of illegal liquor selling. "Turn out the rascals." Mr. Cleveland's rule against edi tors only applies to the anti-Cleveland democratic editors, it seems. He's taking good care of the other kind. A .MOUNTAIN KAII.WAY, Tho first section of the Pasadena Mountain railway, which is intend ed to run from Pasadena to tho top of Mt. Wilson, ono of the nmd romantic and picturesque places in California, is about completed. I ho ascent of Echo Mountain, which constitutes this first section of tho line, will be tho steepest rail way in tho world. Iua distance of .j,uuu leot tho vortical rise is 1,-100 feot, making a grade of 50 per cent. The Mt. Pilatus Railroad, in Swit zerland, is tho noxt steepest, with a grade of 48 per cont. Thoro are three tracks, upon which two trains .;n iw, uiiuiiHi, m opposuo turoc- uons, turning out at a middlo point to pass each other. As both trains aro attached to tho same cable mak- ' inr theeirniiif. nf M, . always suro to moot at - " ijuuiiiu3. I 1 1 1 1 i I'nr rams aro "f PU afc tho "Bht tiiu- onSinai ,noUo13- This first sec of tho lino ia rnmnlnfi ...i shirt V . toth summit a,, "S76 rVXS is auiuuiii, ui me oierra A m m nni . , .a ft 4 - 11 K DKSKltVKH KVEltV WOHU. Tho Phonix Herald contains tho following complimentary but de served notice of Governor Murphy ou tho retirement of tho latter to nrivato life: To day Gov. N. O. Murphy became a privato citizen of J our Terrilorv. Gov. L. C. Hughes j took the oath of oluco last evening aud this forenoon Gov. Murphy turned over tho ollico to him. In performing this last official act Gov. Murphy can justly outertaiu a souse of gratification and pride that his administration of Arizona's highost ollico by him has received the general approval of the whole peo ple regardless of party linos and that this appreciation has been freely and emphatically expressed and is not a more mattor of surmiso fjuuded on silent acquiescence; thore has been a postivo and open expression of approval not only eoinmiug from his personal friends but coming front the people. Gov. Murphy has taken advanced ground ou every question concerning tho Territory and tho tendency of Ids administration has Irhmi such as to propnro tho territory for those higher duties that we all h po will fall upon us soon to discharge the duties eueuiuborod upon us as citi zens of a sovereign state. Tho amount of work that Gov. Murphy has done during his administration j to actuato the development of our interests of nil sort, niatonal and political, and his unceasing efforts to put us on tho highway to admis sion to the nniou are worthy of un usual eomniondation, and are rec ognised by tho people us tho most eminent service the tertitory has ever received from any oxecutive that has ovor guided her desti nies To be sure we were not ad mitted through n situatiou iu public sentiment iu tho oast over which tho territory could have no control and for tho correction of which we must now bide our time, but that does uot detract from tho omineut service, in the line named, which Gov. Murphy has rendered. When wo had been dismissed in the Senate without a hearing ho secured the oar of that body aud on application received the recognition that should bo giveu to the earnest desire of any great body of people But we need not outer into details of Gov. Murphy's services to the territory; whenever then) was a chauco to ad vauco any interest of tho people he has used his best and most able otTorts with the alacrity that came of his earnest good will in all such matters. Gov. Murphy will be re membered as our most enterprising and best Governor up to the day he turned over his ollico. Nrr Sy.tr in r Mnll IlUtrllditlnn. In the presence of ono hundred distinguished persons the first offi cial trial of the pneumatic tube for mail transit iu America was success fully given in the Philadelphia post office recently. The tube runs from tho sub-postofiieo, 233 Chestnut Street, a distance of a littlo over a half mile. Post master Genoral Wannmaker, aftor declaring that tho system meant rapid communication be twoon cities all over tho world, at 4:1S o'clock himself sent through a Bible wrapped in au American Bag. and a message which he composed as the initial package. It reached the station in ono minute and three seconds, at the rate of forty-five feet per second, with a pressure of six pounds to tho square inch. Tho message read: "First use of tho pneumatic po.stal tubo iu the Uni ted States is to send through it a copy of the Holy Scriptures, tho greatest message ovor uiven to the world. Coverinir the Bible is tho American fins', tho emblem of fn- dom of G5,000,000 of happy peoplo." Many things were transmitted to aud from the sub station. Tho ro- rosults wore highly satisfactory, both as to speed and safety. Don't Lunk iAUc ItuiMine nu Ailionn Koa.l. A telegram from Snn Francisco of recent date says: Col. Fred. Cjroeker, first vico-p'rosidont of tho Southern Pacific, returned from tho east today, and in response to ques tions by a reporter said: "The only constructions wo consider of ereat imnnrl.niiP nt ,m.t : " Dlote tho irn in m,r r.n,J is., i " tween Santa largaritn and Elm- wood. Wo aro very desirous of fiu- ishing t hat work as soon as possible, but we cannot crowd the construe- tion unless tho money market is favorable. Wo hone that Ihn nmr. w ouuu iiuwiuiu in Lilt) nnsr en t will take, I should iudire. fullV ST.. Iil.lt. U'A (.1I1 lll.lfi mtv l,.wJ, Ti wi,uw hj iiuisu me t oast hue. 'Do you think it umbnliln iw tne gap win bt closed this yoar?" No; if we had our bonds all placed, and had 3.000 men at work, wo could n t finish tho road this year." "Will it be finished in 1S917" "1 ceitainly think that it will. We aro working away at tho tunnels bo tween Stnta ManariLi nml Luis Ob.spo, but that work is not being pushed ahead -nearly as fast as it would be if wo were in a posi tion to rush tho rost of tho lino "' Siiiipem" Court DcclMon. The following business from javapai oountj was transacted last cruiny in mo supren me coiirl Iieeso if. Ling, of Prescott, was aumiuea to practice, ou certificate from tho Michigan court. In Bank vs. Witherell, tho mat tors of soperate trials and uewly dis covered evidence wero involved. decision aillrmed. Campbell vs. Castnor, for broach h f let so. Held tat oviriminn lmt liomi imnrmwirli. n.l i ...1 i, ; in me court, ueiow. Jfevorsod aud now irmi Sraued. 7, T Ts Twor, Hold, affirm- 0 , W0i ?ourt .hat n iutg" uareuiu vacation atrres- vv lllullt..u KU luo aionavo (lis -net court clork. was invalid. r n,wf i 1 1. r 1 coos I M.utf 11. IlJIIIlf HBL'n lv I ft-tl .t. J ...... IV i n ninn crll i 11 . . ' wu iircumiion, ana W into man. Belly cold, bolly cold," Jbo tmpurllies aro quickly carried off tbraiuh was he response VeU snorted onaturat channeU. cL?S& t ip America", if you'd tuck your Third and Market itrecu, 8. P., writes: "I took - tail 111 tllO Wav VOIl mirr!, ,n K lor vour bolly wouldn't got cold." It raw cumato tliatMmnnsnt.n hnB i . ---- For everybody but tho lawyers, " ' ' ' A Ducr With h Itnbber Tool, "It ia Biirprising how nlcoJy a awa can walk with a rubber foot," re marked a traveling inau ttfc thoLji oledo, around whom n group of lis teners wore Hitting. "I attended a ball last week in n town in Illinois and wan introduced ton,. :lman from Ohio, who had for a iMiruer tho prettiest lady in tho ballroom. Dur iug the evening I had occasion to no tico thin couple, who were conceded to bo tho most graceful dancer iu tho hall. In all round dances thoy wore partners, and tho most intricato fig ures wcro executed with ft charming ease and graco excelled by none, ex cept thoy bo teachers of tho poetry of motion, "Next day, after Ihad waited upoa my customers and gone to the hotel, in caino my friend of tho night lw fore, walking on a uiir of crutche- and ono log off at the knee joint I was surprised and remarked, You certainly aw not tho gontlemnn I mot last night at tho ball f 'lliml a Buredly 1 am, but after dancing all tho ovoning my leg becomes wearied, and to givo it a mst I Icavo my rub ber foot nt homo tho next day. I can feel tho sonsation now as if my toe woro crumped by a pair of tiht shoes. Otherwise I fool no ineou vonionco in tho loss of my lower limb.' "-St Louis Republic 3tr. GUtlklune nt IIiiiiik. When roliovod from tho affairs of state, Mr. Gladstone find no pleas ure bo great as his homo life at Ha wardon. There his family are Ratli orod togethor, and the great man romps nnd plays with his grandchil dren as though ho novea know what it was to bo blamed for ew ry thing that wont wrong in art Great Biitiu and her colonies. Mr. GljuMone is a wonderful scholar, a busy writer uud speaker, but tho littlo GladfitoiM- chil dren know him best as a goal, kind grandfather who is fond of fun. Ha, too, would prefer to enjoy thoir com pany rathor than to be tmrrouudtd by England's groat mea at au all uight session of parliam&nt His othor recreutions aro walking and this is really very funny -chopping down trees. Our great Goorgo Washington, according to tradition, had a liko fondness in his youth, but by tho timo ho became president ho had probably outgrown such fancies. Mr. Gladstone, howover, is an export woodman, and though ho doesn't de stroy valuahlo cherry treos he goes out with his ax and takes tho keen est ploasuro in felling tax in Hn- wardon park. -Harpor's Young Peo ple. lllicn l'roni tho Sea. Geologists havo collected in Barba docs and othor islands in that region some curious information, which ttiey publish as ovidouce that during tho pliocono period, when man is sup posed to havo mado his adout, the wholo of tho Caribbean region was deeply submerged. They found plen ty of earths not only in Barbadoos, but ako in Jamaica and Cuba, which contain great quantities of the re mains of radiolaria. At preaont no ratliolarian ooze is found on tho floor of tho Caribbean sea, although tho greater part of tho sea is moro than 12,000 feet deop. Theso earths must of courso havo e ! been deposited in tho depths of tho sea, and it is inferred tliat in tho courso of time they were raised thou sands of feet until they became a part of tho land surface. Mr. Jukes Browne and Professor Harrison think that tho oceanic deposits of Barba doos wore formed at a depth of 12.000 to 18,000 feot below the sea level. Professor Sollas says that it can no longer bo accepted as an assured faot that deop sea deposits novor outer into tho composition! of laud masses. American Register. For OUnislnff Llclit ludounu A well known Boston investigator in economics has been exicriineiit ing with various kinds of glass to as certain tho ono best adapted forvrin dows in laboratories, engraing rooms, weaving rooms, etc. In theso places a stronsr lisrht is desired. which at tho same time shall bo free from glaro and shadow. Shades are "JLJ"r: oluoa uiumuauxwry UC au UinCS. Til 0 OX Ponmente so far show that ribbed or " . saS3 ,m?st "earl.v meota th remrVtl conditions. About 22 flutes to, 010 mch avo l-esirahle. Tliis kind . nhsorbs much less outdoor --Kht than a sliaded window and not much moro than clear class. linfl 'n)n 4,u" KiitIimI IUbUIU. Johnny (looking up from his arith metic with a sigh)-Oh, papa, I wish I was a rabbit I Father Indeed! And why would you like to bo a rabbit, my sou? Johnny Because I was reading a book today which said that thoy mul- uimeu wiui astonishing rapidity Exchange. An ArrulcM 5Inn' Sincere WUh. Mr. Lyncli of EliaiU'th, who has no arms, was told one uight last weak about a man in this city who is simi larly afflicted. "Is that so," sud Mr Lynch. "Well, tho best luck I caii wish him is that wo may meet somo day aud shako hauds."--Xewark (N. J.) Call. A Dcvotoo of Art. First Boy My sister painting lessons. is taking Second Boy Whv? Fii-st Boy 'Cause Susie Stuck-up is color blind nnd can't Good Xows. Bad Blood Impure or TltUted blood Is nlno times out of tcncuied by omo form of constipation or in. TlUatcd blood and whlfo on thn fl tti. became convinced ot its merits, fori could feel it wu working a change. It clcanted, puriQed and braced mo up generally, and everything U now working full and regular." invo Vegetable nnd MM I OSarsaparilfa Many druggists havo a cheaper Sarsapariha .than Joy's. As they mako mora oa it, they'lltrr tos-ellyoult. IntUtoa Joy'a. Salo bv W. w t?. ...... jiuoa, Jjyua Agent, PrescotU Arizona.. Atldross I " WORTH SL CKffWaA jjoVI tttgbl'tf C.nL, Uon and atenuu irisffthB sTK..MrU cure bit miiniw J m! ?Jcrrn ntKrdcr. amd IH . i.e.. . , it iiamlcmiii. .r i ,i ii 1f u trie 23 vnUi n but. t fc 'X 5pot. v Canal SC. Inortasid Appetite is one of the first good effects felt by users of Scott's Emulsion of cod-liver oil with Hypophos phites. Good appetite begets good health. Scott's Emulsion is a fat-food that provides its own tonic Instead of a tax up on appetite and digestion it is a wonderful help to both. Scol's Emulsion ar rests tlu progress qf Consumption JSron chilis, Scrofula, and other waslitiF diseases by raising a barrier of healthy flesh, strength and nerve. lrprl hi Kaoll Jfc Bovoa. Jf. V. AlldruitUtl. jSTO HOW BUT HOW GOOD Thafc'e Tho Vital Quoetion When You Buy Drug?. CHEAP AUD IHPUKE DRUGS Aro Daugcinus. Often Dwit. DONT Kik Yur Ilfulth. I'ennicfi. In Sa WTY OJCtT TUB I BEST DRUGS ! AV. W. lOSS, Comer J)rug Store. , This Is Mrs. Klaiiie's A.cl. TL. "-war Mil M ftl MlTL 3?rtKscoa-x aisoma. 'OltPnnATim tho T07A7. " ' tonk in . L. HAZELTINE Cashier ml n TTF I fill Km II If AT il niiiECPOHs. "TOOIUOWBM. W.8.H.AD, J.W.SOLMTM COHlUiSrONDENTa : .HAN FIUNGISCO NtyV YOKK General ItaiiklngrBnsincssTraiwacteil D'Sffl'i all the sold. YjiMiKui uio unite i Unitnl StattM bouRltt E. E. BURLINGAME'S Office and Chemical ktorafcry btablbhnl in Colorado, 1SCG. SamitW iw utall Or CXlirMHfl Wilt nwwirn limmiiilul nanafiil mention. 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