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12 . THE COPPER ERA, CLIFTON, ARIZ., JUNE j899
'- i & LIU m vrltDQ1 THE COPPER EE A ,- 2 iS . j ; tho sflnsnf.ir.n of being BtJ BUU ($lCO who t . 5 that Vina heeled over through the aotion of an ebb tide. The effect upon the low side, so to speak, looking over from the gallery and seeing the -t-.ti. Ha hnHP. is very Star ts 11 a i w Aououa - ' - tling, and I saw a nervous traveler hold .. fv.o tntvnr involuntarily after UU W uw - - glanoing down, as if he had some idea ..nnnlnil It Tin. " h thn Frammit.' "W8 nlues TI1IOU TT V - not forget that this was where the great astronomer Uanieo wbkubu experimented on the fair of bodies and i il. ion if cavitation. Here, oho nniwr stnrv. bang they BIX bells, the largest of whioh weighs more than 13,000 pounds. The bell founders Dto- v,a a tcidB renutation for cast ing bells of beautiful tone, sonorous Thev lavished on r thnir talent. ftho Pasubal bell), ! XUO .1 nnMWivw - ii ;i n.na nt tha Pisan bells, toe h?nh was tolled when criminals -were taken to exeoution, is ornamented with a figure of the Virgin ana mo u- Tioes of Pisa ana nas a non, iuh w rk. iult P.oole on Krth. : . The laziest and dirtiest people in the : world have reoeutly oeen aiaopvorou .u .i .U. Tim li va in an inaccess- : UO VBUUnouo. - ible mountain range between -the BlacK . , nnrt - the Caspian sea, and as they , a nnn nra turn so tbev are today a f-m ncithnnt. there is a certain .. - ohnnt a Svanctian vil f .itknnoh it merely oonsists ol miserable stone hovels without any at- i.kform.wf adornment. Within ?7rr",: nnnn,ablV filthy. ' fclJ W UUUOOO m&w - , 'They are filled with rags, vermin ana . i dirt of every description. They possess All the cook- ' ing, in fact, is done over a hole scooped . i i iu ,;ia nf the floor. In these : houses ' inen and women ,nd children u-.Mio.l tnonther. . DuriDR the long winter months they are shut in-for ' j M.f a tima thn cattle often sharing . iL-:- o-ttvpo f.vptv nrtertnre' nas to of 'the cold, inis r long imprisonment is perhaps tne cause . -m 4.1 jfltiHnn nf the tlBOIjle. Hom- j ble diseases result from it, which are ' j h on hnhrmal oonBUmp- tion of arrack, the strong distilled drink of the Asiatios. Besides this, it is an i i-l-LI- .! fn.Trinltn four dflVS B liivanfAuia &u v week holidays, with saints' days as ex i a Vhatt hava adoDted the boll - days of every other country with which they have been in contact, it is not sur . i-: ut u man find little time for , fork. - Farming, bee culture and cattle . ... fha nnlu indnstries of these ..-people, while throughout their territory A. there is not a single manofactured arti cle. New xorK meager. rmnnrr i 1 Oflice, near postoffice, -Clifton, Ar. Such as - - Letter Heads, . Note rleaas, Statements, IT.n volnnpn. Bill rleaue, Business Card?, Display Cards, Meal Ticket", Vifitiiig Cards, Shipping Tass, ' . Keceipts, Etc. i M1v1 t Trade Marks nrBICNS ..in. . akAtrta and description my neial noCK. without ch.rge. In the Scientific American. Texarkana, Shreveport, El Paso, New Orleans. Indicator: THE TEXAS & PACIFIC ..RAILWAY. West-bound arrives El Paso 1 : 30 p. m. Lieaves i: xo i. For particulars address, r, x, T.t a w P A. Kl l'aso. A W Montague, DfpotTkt Agt, Et P o, E P Turner, r a, "No Trouble to Answer Questions." IS JUST' WHAT THE, WORD j IMPLIES. 77Gtl O mriTin. IITl.. rinW Dal T Min- inKPper on Earth.' The World's Fair .The VALUE of DOLLAKS is enhanced by KNOWLEDGE. Fortune Favors the Wise. Keep posted Dy reaumg The : Daily v liiii : Recoril. -r. ...i. miiilia irivpB all relia- Jl is an naum o Bu.v., B i I ble news of markets and mines ; exposes anesiionabie enierpriaea nuu v i Ufa(TrkrrnnnnndentSin 1 gnimaie uin'"'B- -"" 1 . i mining camps. "-k sending you a Bample copy tree. Rates: Per annum, $5 ; six months, $2.50; 3 months, .i.2i; one uiui.n., o. THV. TJF.TNERT PUB. CO., Denver, Colorado. It indicates the state of the tension at a glance. Its use means time saving and easier sewing. It's our own invention and is found only on the White Sewing 'Machine. ' ; We have other striking1 !..mnk that aooeal to ' ' liuyiw'w"-"' . . the careful buyer. Send for our . elegant H. T. catalog. White Sewing Machine Co. Cleveland, Ohio.