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fYlTTTn tCl!T "rvtu-fc r s v - a w I ....... ..... I I " v i I I k OTICK T TUB PUBLIC. All contractu and bills for advertising pay abia monthly. Adverting rates given upon application. Business locals 10 conts per line for first In sertlon, and s cents per line for each subno- quvuk insertion. Tna Sdn-Dkhocrat Is pleased to contribute public matters, but all notices of festivals. airs, meetings of societies, suppers, enter tainments and mention of marriages, births and deaths beyond the regular announce ment, will be charged for at regular rates. THURSDAY. SEPIEMBER23, 1897. AU Otw Tlie World. Only 9 per ccCl. of cases of ampu tation mo fatal. Australia harbors one aperies of kan garoo no larger llinti it rat. One pound of sheep's wool U capa ble of producing ono )aid of cloth. Down to thi) Norman conquest the Biltong had "living mono" and "dead monej;" the fmnier being slaves and cattle, the latter metal. Alexander the Great had a large numher of wives, and was accustomed to leiluco them to obedlencu by ulng the flat of his sword as a corrective. When old coins am woi n so that Is is haul to make "out the insciiptlon, gr.idu.illy heal the coin, and in almost all cases the inscription will appear. 'I he hoises of Ueiman cavalry regi ments niu to be shod with paper shoes, recent expel intents having pinved their dm ability and lightiiiss desira ble. A Dakota man has, after 20 years1 efloits, succeeded in collecting (75 fiom the government for supplies fin- uished Custei's hi my on its way to the Little Dig Horn. Alexander Mcllioy, who died the other day at his home in Philadelphia, Mas adelegalo to Ihe National Whig coiieution that nominated Geueial William Henry Ilariisou. The Rev. Mr. Mor)l was getting .shaved. 'Ihe baibei's hand was shaky nnd nis bieaih was 'laden with the fumes of liquor. At last tlio expected happened ihe blood flowed fieelj fiomntutin the parson's chin. He looked at tliu barber sevciely. "See," said be, 'what comes fiom using whNkej." "Yefsir," I uplift! tho bar bel ; "Ml makes the skin very tender." When the cowboy of Venezuela wishes to catch a bull or cow for brand ing bo titles alongsidcs it and with hoi so and bovine on the dead run stoops from the saddle, giasps the creature's tail with a sharp and pecu liar twtot and sends tho auimal rolling on its back. Fiom the force with which it falls tho animal's horns al most invariably pin it to tho ground, giving tho.cowboy timo to dismount and sit on its head whllo a companion tie its legs. According to a recent cousular re pot t, Cuba, although its cntiro aiea is only about equal to that of the state of Pennsylvania, contains 13,000,000 acres of pi imeval forests, wbcro the ' woodman's ax has never been heard." In these foiests, which cover nearly half the entire surface of tho island, are found amoug other timber, mahog any, cedar, redwood, logwood, ebony, 1 iguum-vltao, and a tree with extremely durable wood railed caigiiarau. ' In tho kingdom of Poland there was foiruerly a law that n peisou convict ed of slander must walk on all fours tbiough tho sttcets of tho town, ac companied by the beadle, as a sign ho was disgraced. At the next public festival the delinquent had to crawl on bands and knees under tho banquet table and bat k like u dog. Each guest was at libel ty to give him as many kicks as iie cIiomi and he who bad been slaudcicd must at tho end of tho ban quet throw a picked bono at tho cul piit, lio, picking it up in mouth, would leavu tho room on all fours. ' It 8itvt' the Croujiy Children. ' SeAview, Va We lmvo a splendid sale of Chambetlain's Cough Remedy, and our customers coming ftom far and near, speak of it in the highest terms. Many lmvo said that their children would have died of croup if Chamberlain's Cough' Remedy had not been given. Kellam & Ourren. Tho 25 and 50 cent sizes for sale at J). J. Branuen's drug store. Vest's Prohibition Story. Senator Vest has a favorito story which he has told on the occasion of many a political speech, but. so far as known, never on the floor of tho Uni ted States Senate. "A temperance lecturer was strug gling against odds iu Kentucky," says tho senator. "He was talking to a not very largo audience that had been drawn to tho hall by curiosity. The effect of alcohol is to shorten life," saitl the lecturer. An old man at the rear of tho hall rose at that juncture and said, "you're a liar." "Whj P" inquired tho advocate of Adam's alt. "Because sir. Pvo boon drinking for seventy-five jears, and I am 90, awl am likely to live to bo 100. I am sttong enough to lick you if you'll step outside." "No doubt sir. You'ie an excep tion, sir. Ifjou keep on di inking ' tho lecturer paused. "Whatf" naked the impatient old toper. "If you keep on drinkingyou'll bavo to bo shot on judgment day." Horuethlnif to Know. It may bo wmth something to know that the very best medicine for re storing the tired out nervous system to a liealthy lgor is Electric Bitters. This medicine is purely vegetable, acts by giving tone to the none conties in the stomach, gentlv stimulates the llor nnd kidneys, and aids these or Cans in throwing nIT impuiities iu the blood. Electiic Bitteis improves the appetite, aitls digestion, and is pro nnunred by those who hate tiied it iih the very best blood pmltler and nerve tonic. Try it. Sold for 60o and $1 per hot tie at Dr. 1). J. Branuen's drug store. . iiaiutuiouvirij M fJlliru. jf. The Rev. Sam Jones scorches the society women in the following lan Jjnajre: "When God gives a man a wifo and M clnldicn He has dono a great deal for that fellow. But when Hegires him a society woman and a poodle He has ihrowu off on him. 'ilieo society women look upou childien as a nuis ance. I nave had somo of these little old society women shako hands with me. I had us soon rhuke a dead llsh's tail. I wouldn't give one of your old sock-dainiug women for nil tho society women in'the country. Between cut tiug 'off tho top of their dress for the ballroom and tho bottom for the bicy cle these society women will soon have no clothes left. A man said to a so ciety woman. 'I hope I'll see moic of jou.1 She said. 'Coma to tho ball to-night.' Somo people say you shouldn't speak this way before mixed audiences. You rido tho bicycle be fore mixed audiences. You old sisters wear a high collar close around your necks that's modest and comely. But deliver me from the society women who button their collars around tbeii waists. You preachers don't talk that way, do you? You talk about tho sweet bye and ,byo. You ought to talk about the nasty now and now." p . Tetter, Salt-Rheum and Eczema. The intense Itching and smarting, Inci dent to those diseases. Is instantly allayed by applying Chamberlain's Eye and Skin Ointment. Many very bad cases have been permanently cured by it. It is equally efficient for itching piles and a favorite remedy for sore nipples, chapped hands, chilblains, frost bites and chronic sore eyes . 25 cts. per box Dr. Cndj's Condition Powders, are just what a horse needs when in bad condition. Tonic, blood purifier and vermifuge. They are not food but medlcino and the best in use to put a howe In prime condition. Price 25 cents per package. Everybody Pays Bo. Cabarets CnnJv Cathartic, the most won derful medical iliscoxcrvof the age, picas ailt nnd refreshing to the tasie, oa iMly and positively on kiJuoys, liver and liowels, clcanslnit tho entire MUm, dispel lows, euro headache, fever, habitual constipation land biliousness. PIcaso buy anil try a box 'of C. C. C. to-day; 10. 25, 60 cents, tsoldaud guaranteed to cure by all dru.fjist. HASH S2,K)0mz-OER VrtVJl land INVENTOR'S ASSISTANT UKT mitt alio !X1 Utiles mint. Hw,Toss,tOTi,'rMis4 antutnti. wulti auj to rmt. tuim utnieu trrllrt Intll Wnt'MM(mMtnpat;M)Uttl utistou noxgnox irouv. Wmiiis.d. o. All dranisMmaraatM Jh Miles' Pax PxuatostoB MdacM, "OBscaatadostV Liver anj Kidneys Pronouncocl Incurable, but Advised to try Hood's Sartaparllla-Now Entirely Cured and Ablo to VYctt- " I waiffreatlT troubled wit! ' i I kidney di:ficu!ttcs for many pronounced iti'.'.uablo by " A nclf hhor ndvi'crt tso to o tlfs ot Hood's FartHptrllh I -Mot six bottles and balure I h.j ia. three of Hum, 1 v.a-t cured fc( 'ny ki'li. trouble. Ir.rr. nowi! ilelow ?fj. tltliou,, boforo Itlcln; Ho ' C-.r jrrarilla X v:.. clmot )'.?;,). Ir s '" wallt tbr; or fpor iri!l?J r, V ! '" ' sone tlv wors? for It." tic X . i ox, Vi:in view, Okli.'io...-. Gov. Itt...i-o. -' ' -' in s.iys " Trorn JU fju.-al )"' i knov o' noup ir I wo-ilvl ti "i t - " Par SHLariila KvcbhontV x i -iJrlUti cr t.r r.c.T.l . "'UUv .' rlOOO b iDarliia U the Best-In fact the One True Blood Purlf tier. K? sure to p?t Hooil' Price t, six fort J. u i mo c,,re ilUn ,"',i 'a'y to llOOU S PUIS take, easy to operate, sec TJio man who has offered a piizti of V to tho homeliest baby oxhiliited at n country fair iu Maino has a safe thing. No committee can be found to make such nn awaid, unless the Infant happens to be an oi phau. IMaccs of Inter!. Table of distance fiom Flaffstair, Aiizona to Urand 'Cunjon of the Colorado River C5 miles. Scenery indcsciib able. Cataract Canyon 05 miles. The abodo of the Supai Indians. Can be entered only on horseback. Natural Bildge 75 miles. Arch, 250 feet; width, COO feet; height, 276 feet. Mouteinnn Wells and Castle 50 mile. Point of great Intel est. Walnut Can j on 8 miles. The home of tho ClIlT Dwelleis. a pichistnric laco of four bundled yeais ago. Walls of castles pel feet. Sunset Mountain 10 miles. An extinct wilcnuu. .supposed to have been ncliie four hundred Jens ngo- Cave Dwellings 8 miles. The homo of a piehiMotie race. Tho Black Ciater 15 miles. In the center of the laigest lava beds in the world. San Finwisco Peaks 13 miles. With an altitude of 14.000 feet. Snow- capped most ot tho 3 ear. Fiom the top with a good glass, one can see al most ono-third of the Tertltory. Tho Moqui Villages 100 miles. The homo of tho Snake Dance. A.S.Murray andWife 8PHINQFIELD, MO. Restored t Health by Or. MIIV R.stora tlv Nervine, 5i-..' r0Sk MR. MDItKAY, engineer for Keet 4 Kountrco Mcrcantllo Co., Spring Hold, Mo., writes: "I suffered from dyspepsia, was unable to cat anything with out severe distress. Treated by several physicians without benefit, I became almost a physical wreck and unablo to attend to my work. I took Dr. Miles' Hestoratlve Nervine and In six weeks I was well. My wife bail a sovcro at tack of ta Orlppe which brought on troubles peculiar to her sex. TI10 Itestor atlvo Nervine Is tho only thing that has helped her. We both hoDe you will use this Dr. H (vines- ; m. -ftv': -Nervine ; Restores . iUnoltl, . in a way to help others as wo have been." Dr. Miles' Romodlcs aro sold by all drug gists under a positive guarantee, first bottle benefits or money refunded. Book on Heart and Nerves sent free to all applicants. DTL MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. WantRfi-In Idea Who esa thtalt of sobw simple thing to pitenir -ww IUU writ. JOHN WEODBRSOKH vu., rucu. jur .... t5...ii.JJ,nn 1 ttuiratJOO oris. cttt l-TOMCl ymr igwi inw nwr 'y-- -;--- ruw wnuw. Saa ritw TWol oai taoBiand laTscoas sraatsd. Kin aVr MjOVvr& wvliA. -00' X?SZS L m wva issr wjwm?' W'SSX " . .i,V9r 1 t v Schilling's Best baking powder IS .V IS it. ' is stronger, , than any omer. 1 . i s We are Sole, Agvnti here and can fully reorarannd these - ' - Alife' -goods. Atilal wi'l' convince you of their good value. ' , ' f l "JL'f ' If you use too much of Schilling's Best soda it doesn't spoil what you are cooking. BABBITT BROS Trie Largest DpM 'sVsVsVsVsVsy ',-r si Tourists and Visitors are always welcome to our Indian Department-' Our Indian Trading Post...Red Lake, Ariz. i( E. P. GREENLAW GREENLAW FLAGSTAFF, ,t! ... s4 tut s ' rt'i " . -r I -.1 ''" MANUFAOTUREttSa Native Pine Lumber, Telegraoh Poles, -- Shingles, M'Sstf Your money back I r S"3 t V SB Bed 6fTEE IM A1 if you don't like ScMlmft? OU aon ' BJesi ! l'i P, 1 , t,tybJ. I ! u 4 IK, iV This is a package Tv f of Schilling's Best tea. You can buy it (and get your money back if you. don't like it) at store in Rrizona. mm J Jmmmmw Gfl a HDadB . l C. A. GREENLAW LUMBER CO ARIZONA " 1 Z.H t'l t t 1 xtif fWt 4 vf . r . r. $M&mirkri " . &&$ AND .DBALKU8 'in',.'.. ..' 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