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I:" h if V,. I i - "3 Arizona Weekly Enterprise AX OLD 8CPIRSTITIOX. Oa TtvsU noait be Hot Rid of to ! aura CKmhI Ilcalili. The greatest part of tho disease that afflict civilized mankind durinsr the winter mouths is unquestionably due to Wie (act that all freen air is caroloiiy ex cluded daring the night hours, and sometimes with the coming of winter the 'windows are aecuroly fastened and sot opened until spring. Many people eera ti think the house is sufficiently Teutilnted if the windows of the sleep ing rooms are loft open for a few min utes during the day, but almost every body is convinced that night air is in jurious to health. In this connection, lr. Felix L. Oswald Bays in the Popular Scicnoo Monthly : " Bewnru of tho night wind ; be sure and close your windows after dark I " In other words, leware of (iod'a free air ; L sure and infect your luufrs with the 'stagnant, azotized aud offensive atmos phere of your bedroom. In other words, beware vt the rook spring ; stick to e7t-rfige. Ia night air injurious? Ia there a kindle tenable pretext for such ui Idea ? Since the day of creation that n:r Las teen breathed with impunity by uiilions of diiTi-rent animals tender, delicate creatures, soniool thni fawns, laml s and yvung birds. The niCit liightairof the tropical forests ib breathed with impunity Jy our next relatives, the anthropoid p'B the same apes that a-ion perish witU consumption in tlie vioae though geueiiUljr well-warmed at-luo-pht-re of our Northern menageries. Thousands of soldier, hunters and hun-lx-riueu Bleep every cvgfct in tenU and open theds without the least injurious ooiujcquunots men iu the last stage of ooiiauiDptioa Live recovered by adopt ing a Kmi-savagd mode of hie, and tttuiipiug out doors iu all but the storm iest nights. Is it the draught that you fi-ur, or tho contrast of temperature? U'lfthmaitlis and railroad conductors f jr i thrive under such influences. i:t? Have vou never seen boys f in tlie teeth of a snow-storm at ijo of fifteen miles an hour? "They ir.ict tho efl'ect tt the cold air by irMT'JBt Cilis exercise. Is therd no other ! keeping warm ? Does the north J.iinyge the fine lady sitting I as in her sleigh, or the pilot and ma c.f a storm-toesed vessel? It be the inclemency of the golden l-.d, even iu sweltering summer night-H, the sweet touth wiud, blessed by all creatures that draw the breath of life, bring no relief to the victim of acro )hub a. There is no doubt that families who have freed themselves Lorn the curse of that superstition can live out Kud out heulthier in the heart of a great city thau its slaves on the airiest high luud of the Southern Apennines. Iu a tolerable location" ta air of a tkree-room cottage can be kept pure 'noujli without any fre ventilators or any other -xpeuaive contrivance. Open your windows; in very cold weather air tha bedrooms in daytime and the others ut night. In larger houses the kitchen, parlor and dining-room should be thor oughly ventilated every night, also in dnytiuio at convenient intervals, during the temporary absence of tie occupants. To save foul uir for the sake of its wurmth is poor economy; eiperimuits would haw thut tlie difference in fuel amounts only to a Uitle anyhow. Ten or twelve eni)dx of coal a day ought not to weigh ut;uhiat the direct gain in comfort and tlie prospective, unspeakable gain in heidtii. llreathiug the some air over aud over a;;cau means to feed the organ ism on the excretions of our own lungs, on nir surcharged with noxious gases und olinottt depleted of the bfe-austain-iug principle. Azotized air affects the luugs ati the substitution of excrements for nourishing food would affect our di lutive organs; corruption sets in; pul monary phthisis is, iu fact, a process ot putrelaction. No ventilatory contrivance can com pare with tlie simple plan of opening a wmdott ; iu wet nights a " rain shutter (i blind with large, overlapping bars) will hoop a room both airy aud dry. Ia oveiy bodioom one of the upper windows should be kept open night and day, ex cept in storms accompanied with rain, or with a degree of cold exceeding If doys. Fahrenheit. In warm snmme' nights open every window in the house aud every door connecting the bedroom with the adjoining apartments. Creata a thorough draught. Before we can hops to right ooi.suu'ptiou with any chance of sitcoH&fl we have got to get rid of the li ght air superstition. Like the dresd of cold water, raw fiuit, etc., it ia found ed on thut mistrust of our instincts which we owe to our anti-natural relig ion. It is probably the most proline single cause of impaired health, even among the civilized nations of our en lightened ftga, though its absurdity ri vols the grossest duiusions of the witcb graft era. Tlie subjection of holy reaso to hearsays could hardly go further. Progress on the Jump. "I am proud of dis iniDortunity to ad dress you," remarked Brudder Gardner, of the Lime-kiln Club, " and, as an hon f mry member of de club fur de last two fc ' , I have been deeply interested in E ur plans an' purceedins. De oder ll waj u uciii, waul UCknccu awuu" '-"Ji. an' Washington, I got to finking "Vhat progress de cull d race of dis i v had mode in de last fifteen y ars, 1 jumped from dat to de progress of orld. v hat did we have in dis id- 100 y'ars ago worth libin fur? ar wasn't a grindstun, cider-mill, hoss- ralish-grater, bootjack or stree. kyar to 1 found, an' Bich a thing as a lemonade wid a straw in it was not eben dreamed of, I tell juidis world am jumpin' 'long right smart. We has got about" all dat any world wants, an' yit de wheels of genius, science an' art am not gwme to Btopr-f ititT r Wlioved in ghosts. To-day we. believe in big bridges, long tunnels, immense uigniB na last trains, i weuty y ars ago de howiin' of a dog at midnight would make a whole nayburhood shiber wid fear of death. Let a dog open his yawp to-night ah a dozen men would ria from deir beds to pelt him off de Mock wid biters an' clubs an.' boot-jacks. Ta y'ars ago when a. man entered a barber -shop lie foun' no one dot' but de barber. To-day ho finds a boy to black his butes an' brush his coat an' talk pol lyticks an' sing him outin a quarter of a dollar. Fifteen y'ars ago a man who utole a boss an' got away wid it was counted sharp. Nowadays we doan' flatter de pusson who can't copper half de cash in a bank vault. Progress am ou de jump, aa' de cidl'd man am push iu' clus up to de leadiu' lios. He's gwuie to git second money, an' doan' you torgit it. I simply say to you, keep yer eye wide Ojwn ; doan' let your feet grow at do expense of yer head ; .pay flash dihtft as fur a-) ye kin ; git up airly in de mrr3i ,m doUn' leave do wood shed dooh open ..iieu ye go to bed. You can't oberlake de wn m!m ju ais race of progress, but you kin vp dug to him dat he won't have no ifL-, an' look arouud. Wid dese it,. te. marks, frown off widout a palpal, effort, an' intended to execute your har monious feelings, I return my thanks and will expectorate to my cha r." lUnti your hair all yon want to, girlie. Then people can hear it, and kuow that yon are comiag ; beside, the bung must lend a killing effect to it. And if " he " ftnecrs at it, bung him. Bang anything ; bang Banagher if you will ; auy thing but the door, Jtnnti ttn. Biff Trees. Bef erring to big trees, the American Register tells us that a grove of trees In California, consisting of 1,680, con tain not one whioh measures less than six feet in diameter. A rare and mag nificent white oak is 4o be seen in the Quaker buryimr (round in Salem, N. Y. It ia more than 200 years old. and is remarkable for its enormous brunohes, which have a spread of 112 feet. A remarkable chestnut tree is growing on a farm in Berks, Pa. It is nearly forty feet in circumference at the base, and the top of the tree can be reached by steps tautened between the limbs. Most remarkable of trees with a history is a russet apple tree in Skow- hegan, Me., which was planted in 1762. In its branches a playroom lor ciuiaron has been built for half a centur. The tree is seven feet from the ground to the branches, five in number, all of which re very large and average thirty feet in length, covering a apace of ground sixty three feet in diameter. It is more than four and a half feet in diameter, and has yielded an average of thirty bushels of apples each year. A sprout from this apple tree stands thirty-two feet from the parent stem, but is fcrty-eight veais younger. Gloomy Thought. Dull, depressing, dingy days produce dispiriting reflections and gloomy thoughts ; and small wonder when we renlPUiber thut tho mind is not only a motive but a receptive organ, arid that all the impresaioE it receives from with out reach it through the media of senses which are directly dependent on the con ditions of lifcht and atmosphere for their action, and therefore immediately influ enced by the surrounding conditions. It is a common-sense inference that, if the impression from without reach the mind through imperfectly-acting organs of sense, and these impressions are in themselves set in a minor esthetic key of color, sound nil general qualities, the mind ruut be what is called " moody." It ia not the habit of even sensible people to make sufficient allow ance for this ratic aale of dullness and subjective weakness. Some persons are more dependent on external circum stances and conditions for their energy than others but all feel the influence of the world without, and to this influence the sick and weak are especially respon sive. Hence the varying temperaments of minds changing with the weather, the outlook and the wind. The Theban and the Crops. It does not seem to be known that by the best process of embalming in modern times, the bodies, though preserved in outline, are in tlie course of 100 to 200 years found in that offensive condition which the persons so treated would have indignantly scorned as insulting to their memory. What has been the ultimate fate of the Egyptian mummies stored with care in rocky vaults and pyramids on the banks of the Nile ? They have in these luter times been dragged from their recesses and ground into powder, as an article of commerce to be exported to Europe The cereal crope of England are partly produced from the mummified remains of human beings who walked tout the streets of Thebes "8,000 years ago.1' Tlie bodies of venerable Thebons swells in their time laid to rest in 'ond anticipation of securing a kind of mortal immortality, sold at so much a ton to fertilize the exhausted soil of an island in the German ocean I That is what the ancient Egyptians have got by all their skill in protracting the dissolu tion of mortal remains. Their marvel ous preparations have ended in a favorably-quoted manure ! Chambers' Jour nal. A Hank and a Rattlesnake. My musings on the ages of change that it must have taken to mold the scene to its present aspect were broken in upon by a large rattlesnake glidiug .mt oa a bare rock within fifty feet of the point where I was sitting. He seemed to search around like a dog for a place to suit his snakesltip, and then stretched himself out to enjoy the warmth. I was thinking if it was worth while to heave a stone at the monster, when a big shadow swept down and a hawk nearly caught hini napping, but not quite. The snake sprung his rattle nd coiled himself ready for attack, while tlie hawk hovered around, making a Uush, now on the right and now on the left. It was quite an interesting skir mish, but at last the snake made a spring and apparently failed to strike, und, before he could recoil himself, the hawk seized him with botu talons close behind the head in fact, he had him on the neck and swept into the air, while the snake struggled aud twisted, away up into the blue, in wide, circling sweeps, until the struggling reptile hung limp and lifeless, when the hawk came to earth again, and, alighting on a neighboring tree, made his meal on the Unuke. Ai Izona Olobe-Chronicle, Bungs. The bang ia a homely device, lacking altogether the symme'jy of au obelisk and having little even of the grace which corks often possess. But its uses are of a most important kind, and wher ever liquids are contained in casks or barrels there must the bung be also. It is almost impossible to estimate the quantity of bungs made and used annu ally, but the number is well up in the millions; They are made of wood well seasoned, and are cut by machinery which is patented. In no country are so many bungs made as in the Unit ed States, for nowhere else are the woods which are used so plentiful. Una, hick ory, spruce and pine are among the va rieties utilized, and the bung factories are scattered about the country in the neighborhoods where the woods used are found. By cutting the bungs before )jbMi i., hn nnn tranSIXTtlTlff tilO waste material ia saved. A great many bungs for beer casks are sent both to Germany and England from this coun try, not because tliey are better but be cause they are cheaper than those made abroad, iiunprs are cut by peculiar and ingeniousmachinery which works againBt the grain of the wood, tapering the bung with the irrain. In niuny coses the ta per is mude but.slight in the cutting, and then the bung is submitted to a power ful compression to increase tlie taper. .things of ale and beer barrels are of a standard size, measuring one and seven- eifhilis inches, while bunas for oil barrels are two inches. Whisky barrel bungs are used over and over again. JJeer and oil barrel bungs are always picked out. because hammering the staves to start the bungs is sure to injure the coating of the barrels. Jeio York Hun. A Radical Cure for Drunkenness. Under the heading, " A Radical Cure for Drunkenness," a Hungarian paper tells the following Russian story : "A workman brought a complaint against four of his fellows that they had (riven him twenty-five blows with a stick. The accused, on being asked for their de fense, produced an agreement in writ ing, one clause of which expressly stipu lated that, if one of their number drank to iph an extent as not to bo able to at tend fc. his work, the others were to measure o'ufiJiirn twenty-five blows, and that they liXjnerely carried out tne agreement. Upofrvihis the masis trate discharged them, reiiking that they were not doserving of bsjae for what they had dpne, but rathe? praise." In driving a hen a woman is blow biv shoo-her. BITS OF ICT01UUTIG3. Florida was organized as a Territory in 1823. Th great massacre of St Domingo was in 1804. Thh first dime waa coined in this country in the year 1796. Thh Hindoo historians ascribe their origin to a period of ages long before the ordinary chronology of modern writers upon the subject. Genoa. Italy, became a free and in dependent Btate about the year of our Liord lixxj. it was governed by tne liomans a hundred years before Christ. Thb wedding anniversaries are as fol lows : First, iron ; fifth, wooden ; tenth, tin ; fifteenth, crystal : twentieth, ohina ; twenty-fifth, silver ; thirtieth, cotton ; thirty-fifth, linen ; fortieth, woolen ; forty fifth, silk ; fiftieth, gold ; cventy-fifth, diamond. Tkb words of " Hail Columbia " were written by Francis Hopkinson to the air of a march written by a German band- i ? master on uie oocasiou oi a visit oi Washington, then President, to the old John Street Theater in New York. It was called the "President's March." Elbotbioitt has been applied to pro pel velocipedes. M. Trouve drove an English tricycle through the streets of raris by means oi electricity stored in a Plante secondary battery and a pair of Deprez electric motors. The weight of the apparatus was 400 pounds, and the speed was not great.. It is an almobt universal practice among butchers to take the calves that they are preparing for the market twenty-four hours before they are killed and bleed tiiem until they ore faint or fall from exhaustion. Some butchers treat all of the cattle and sheep they kill in a like manner. The reason given for this is that the meat is rendered white, more salable and less likely to spoil. Bl.ist-furxa.ch slag or cinder is turned to a useful purpose at the Seles sin Iron Works, near Liege, Belgium. After the molten slag has escaped from the fuvnaae it is conveyed immediately to a stream of cold water. The effect of this is, a division of the slag into a substance very like coarse sand. This substance is then raised by an elevator and deposited in wagons, whioh convey it away to places where it will be ap plied as an excellent " ballasting " for railroads. Thb Hoosac tunnel is a little over four and three-quarters miles in length, and mode large enough for the passage of two Hues of railway trains. It reaches through the Hoosac mountain, which is tlie summit range that extends south ward into Massachusetts from the Green mountains of Vermont. There was some experimental work done in 1851. but it wiyj not until 1856 when any act ual tuuneiing was commenced. The coat of the tunnel and thirty-nine miles of adioming railroad, including the ac cumulation of interest, has been between 813.000,000 and $14,000,000. . Indian Eplcnreg. In the summer of 1675 I stood ona evening near the Quartermaster's office at Fort Wingate, New Mexico, when two Kiowa Indiana applied for permission to water their famished horses at the Got emment cistern, offering to accept that boon in part payment for a load oi brushwood which they proposed to haul from the neighboring chapparaL The fellows looked thirsty and hungry them selves, and while the Quartermaster ratified the wood bargain, one of the officers sent to his company quarters for a lunch of such comestibles as the cooks might have on hand at that time of the day. A trayful of " Government grub" was deposited on the adjacent cord-wood platform, and the Indians pitched in with the peculiar appetite of carnivorous nomads. A yard of commissary sausage was accepted as a tough variety of jerked beef, yeasted and branless bread disap peared in Quantities that would have confirmed Dr, Graham's belief in natu-J ral depravity ; they sipped the cold oof fee and eyed it with a gleam of suspi cion, but were reconciled by the discov ery of the saccharine sediment, and the cook was just eoine to replenish their sups when the senior Kiowa helped him celf to a vinee-ar Dickie, which he proba bly mistook for some sort of an off-color sugar-plum. He tasted it, rose to his feet, and dashed the plate down with a muttered execration, aud tuen clutched the prop of the pi itform to master his risincfury. Explanations followed, and a pound of brown sugar was accepted as a peace-onenng, but the children of nature eft the pest under tlie impression that they had been the victims of a heartless practical joke. Popular Science Monthly. Phases of Washington Society. It is the most striking phenomenon of Washington life, the unwillingness, the apparent inability of men who have held omce at the capital, and of women who have shared their honors, to go back to the comparative ebscurity and privacy of their former homes. It is quite often true that men, tired of the turmoils of political strife, of the inadequate rewards of legislative and official drudgery, turn with a sense of relief toward the quiet law-office which years before they left, off amid the hills or on the plains, or to the lucrative personal business that may have suffered while they wore national honors: but the v. if el the daughters! the cousins and the aunts ! the whole feminine phalanx bears down on the man: and what is any man. beset, over powered by women, but weakness itself ? " lhey give up dear, darling. Washing ton! its revels, its pleasure, its priv ileges, its powers for the old Sunday- school, the sewing-circle, the home missionary society, or even the villaee literary lyoenm; for the humdrum visits of Mrs. Smith, give np the multitudinous ring of the dear ten thousand, bearing wit-fc An hnmiAy- -' tha fini -cardAthe social seal and stamp in Washington of social inferiority! Mudtown, with such sacrifices, never! " The result is, Wash- in eton ia full of gray-haired men who have stepped down from office, more or less lofty, to go into inconspicuous places, to earn a stipend and to stay in Washington. Taking Advantage of Sature. An ingenious application of expansion and contraction in metals was mode use of in France, and has frequently been taken advantage of since. The walls of a large building in Paris were observed to be giving way by bulging outward and the problem was to bring them back to their vertical position. For this pur pose a number of bars of iron having crews and nuts on eacn end were let hrongh the opposite walls and across he intervening space between them. he nuts and screwed portion of the bars were outside. The bars were now heated by a number of lames susnendad below them until thev had expanded as much as possible, and the nuts screwed up against the outside of the two oppo site walls. The lamps were nuxt re moved, when the heated bars, in cool ing, gradually contracted in length brinarinsr the walls very eeutlv. but wit) irresistible force, into their normal posi tion. Scientific American. Wbt don't railway corporations tak more women into their employment Most of them know how to inana' traius, they can handle switches ver .carefully, there is lessQlor blindneo uB?Q5ig them than among me-4oe casionJjlly one is found who can Ail i 1 up " eautiiully.- A Sew Soul Theory. Prof. Gustav Jaetrer. of Stuttgart, Wurtemberg, haa published a book en titled "The Discovery of the Soul," which is a moat remarkable publication and has brought him at once into prom inence as a philosopher. Ia his b.ook the professor explains how he discovv ered the soul, ana what it consists, ot He divides man into three parts body, spirit and soul throwing the liver away, and making no use of it. - He shows that the human eye ie for the pur pose of seeing things, that the ear is for the purpose of hearing what is fledd. while the nose, he contends, is for Jlie purpose of smelling. Taking tiiesa three senses together, on tha axiom that things which are equal to the same thing are equal to each other, the professor finds that the "soul is composed, of odoriferous particles, and consequently tne nose can perceive the soul that is, that tlie soul can be smelled." This is certainly an important discovery, as it locates a man's soul with unerring cer tainty in his feet. The material part of man may die, and his body be resolved to earth again, but his socks shall live on forever, in a life beyoud the toniU 4,ne tneory oi nrol. Jaeger is a strati one, but, if correct, it behooves the Christian youngien of the country to put forth renewed efforts to prevent tho young and thoughtless fiom losing their immortal soulu by making use of tho foot bath and a case kniie. It is liiintiitible to think how the world lias been grop ing in heathen darkness in this mu'4tr, and people have turned up their nosijs at the African, for shedding a soulful iiiiii ence around him. High-toned people should now be aslmmed of themselves for refusing to ride in emigrant ears.bt cause the comimuv had thrown sonu- soul into them. Xho theory iu)i'ttoore-4 entertained that dumb iiiimials had no 1 soul, is demolished by Prof. Jaeger, arid j if he is correct there are onuuuls Unit iiave plenty of it. The skunk, for -instance, has soul enough for six, aud wiil occupy a front seat in the New Jerusa lem. Prof. Jaeger wiil shortly visit the United Stales and deliver a serie of lectures in the principal citie-s, ond ii we have misconstrued hia theory we shall apologize. But he should be heard, and we trust his audiences wiU listen respectfully, aud not greet him with a volume of soul-stirring egga J'eck't Sun. Dutch and fieruians. t The term "Dutch " is considered op probrious by the Germans of the present day. It is more properly applicable to Hollanders than to citizens of tlie Ger man empire, but, less than 250 years ago, wheu Van Tromp ruled the ocean, to be culled a Dutchman was esteemed an honor. This was not more becai- the Dutch were great in war than bo cause the people of Holland were gre.it in peace. In those days the bonkers of Amsterdam controlled the finances of tlie world. When speculation drove finan ciers t7 rain, tie supremacy of the sea was lost, and Holland speedily sank toils present insignificance in the a;t'.iirs of tlie world. The greatness of Holland itnd the weakness of tlie Germans caused the latter to delight in calling themselves Dutchmen, which practice continued until the time of liaiser Willie! ni 111. and the powerful confederation under Bismarck. The name " German " tl hi became relieved from the odium olwiiys attached to it from the barbarism of tLe ancient days, and as the honor of "lie name " German " hae increased with ;he decrease of power in the Holland peo lc, and the metamorphosis is now bo com plete that "Dutchman" has beoomo a term ot contempt and derision, wDie German" is honored and respectl. England to-dav holds tlie proud pcsK tion of mistress of the seas, and lias the t reputation ui iioiuuig ui purse oi ii - i a; v .1 1 xi .... . ..7 tions. Speculation, rapacity, lnjustiw are rampant in its borders. In a coul of centuries it may be possible that i jo ord imgiisnman wm nave a sign n- cance as low and contemptible as t.2 ' Dutchman " of to-day. Turkey's Decay. v Only two generations ago the posi sums of lurney ran from tne luver ! Pruth to Cape Matapan, and, baiTiug Russia, it waa the largest empire in Eti- t rope. But Turkey has been txtensive'.v i carved and bled smce that time. Lit ti 7 f Greece was cut off in the south, and st: .t np housekeeping for itself; then Serv and Roumania were cut oft" in the north. Since Turkey's lost war with Iluss;a i Austria has appropriated Bosnia and j Herzegovina; Bulgaria gained in fact its t independence; Lastern Aoumeliaa stuta j of semi-independence; and Servia, Bon-' mania and Montenegro were enlarged by several slices of Turkey. This left iar- key in Europe one of the smallest Euro pean states. Bo far Turkey has lost two-thirds of her European possessions. The European population of Turkey has dwindled down from twenty to live mill ions of people. - . A Realistic Audience. It is said that the audiences in Rouen, France, are the most oritical and realistic in the world. An actress appeared in a play, the scene of which waa laid in ( 18'22. .Everything went oa well u!l a gentleman in the orchestra arose andr exclaimed : " Take oft that breastpin ! i The cause for the demand was asked. ; The actress is wearing a breastpin j which contains- a photograph pho-l o-! tography was not discovered whe" the j. play waa first produced." "Take o2( tne oreastpm resounuea irom au parcn of the house. The actress obeyed tbf demand ; she was Immediately tlie re cipient of an ovation, and tie play pro ceeded. , , The proof that peiroienm sources ar almost world-wide appears to be abnniV ant, and its use would also seem veil nigh coeval with civilization. -In one j' the Ionian islands tnere us a ttprag which haa yielded petroleum mor Uau 2,000 years. Tne wens oi Armen a, an he ank of Jo, were formerly n for liffhtinar the city of Genoa. La l t aia, too, near the Caspian sea at Batu, numerous springs of petroleum- hivss been known from the earliest tiffin . and those of Rangoon, on the Irnvtr&ddv, are said to have yielded, before the gen eral introduction of petroleum aivjiig civilized nations, some 400, 000 ""L' , heads of oil per annum. " - .The new Duke of Portland seems U be a aenerous young man. The Swing estate in Caithness was bought by tae late Duke of Portland not long before nis death, and the tenants have recently petitioned the present Duke to grant a permanent reduction in their rents. The Duse sent an expert down to Scotland to inquire into the matter, and the report i was that the rents were Zo per cent. I'K) high, and they have aocording been ra duced. It turned out that the proi rty nad been purposely over-rented before it was brought into the market; but it would have been rather hard upon the purchaser had he happened to be a p i man. There is a sound reason why there are bones in our meat and stones tu -rjr land. A world where everythrl ; easy would be a nursery lot for b.ui- but not at all a fit place for men;; . Cul ery is not sweet until it has felt t'.,e frost, and men don't come to tliolr i.f in fection till disappointment has dKiju d half-hundred weight or two on in r toes. Who would know good hj there were no heavy loads 1 $ No ship, it i said, that red :ond tli naran of Jasper, ever , wenre. Why Bnouiu iiojroi u r"- " hardiuau i i ttti .5 1 1 T U 'alTUr: ft Notice to Taxpayers. The Territorial and County taxes for the year 1881 are now due and payable at the Sheriff's office, at the court house, in Jhiacity, from 9 a. m. to 12 m., and 1 to 5 . m? Taxes will be delinquent on and after' Monday, December 19th, at 6 o'clock, p. m., and unless paid before that tiine the usual 5 per cent and costs will be added. J. P. Gabriel, .... i ' Tax Collector. rber SIiop Main Street, Florence, A. T. -1- A.t tins establishment you can get first class work at moderate prices. - 'I WING, HAIR-CUTTING, ' 'i SHAMPOOING, ETC., ETC., ETC. ' the best quality of hair oik and per f " eries used. Razors always sharp. SAM.. EOSTICK, Proprietor. SMITH, LUCY a CO. MANUFACTURERS family soap--pale family chem ical olive. F..1 Weight, Strictly Pure Peer less Soap. . OrxicE 405 Front St. , Room 3, SAN rSANCISCO, CALIFORNIA. chas. w. whitnet. JOHN MARSHALL. Whitney & larsliall, SOU, STEEL, COAL, METAL, AND C of n)ifioifJIefcli'h rff 22' and 24 FREMONT ST., til, ISANCISCO, - CALIFORNIA. T ICHLY RELIABLE BITTERS. SWBL acre tA A Vat fALIFORNIA "- .- - .SrELS, P;v4i BEST TGH1S IH USE. :);: i be for dispepsia M !!(,; EST I ON. 'bysicians Certificate i Bottle. on Back of Everywhere. . TRADE SUPPLIED AT pad Haraszthy & Co., 510 Washington street. SUMMONS. In the District Court of the First Ju ,.'1 Listrict of the Territory of Arizona it'nifor the County of Pinal. 2 L. Robinson, .. K"MnSumn,ons. LLrzt F. Robinson, j . :. ! Defendant. 1 Tha Territory of Arizona sends greeting t isuza h. Robinson, defendant: Voa are hereby required to appear in p aerion brought against you by the 'wc- named plaintiff in the District i.' .n.-t, of the First Judicial District, of the Territory of Arizona, in and for the County of Pinal, and to answer the com l ...iiii filed therein in said County of Pi- n;u, a, the office of the Clerk of said Dis trict Court, at Florence, within twenty mm. nan- jT .t-w .-.-:-. rjim iy si n m ewe -,ix 1 Wfc L Iormer4jr KHilaJB (exclusive of the day of service) after rhe service on you of this summons, if served within this County; or if served out of this County, but within this District tiieu within thirty days; otherwise, within forty days; or judgment by default will be talcen against you according to the prayer ut tlie complaint. The said action is brought to obtain a docreo of this Court dissolving the bonds of mi trimony existing between plaintiff and defendant herein and for other and f'l'llM'r relief as will more fully appeal- in trie certihed copy of complaint accom t aiiyina herewith. 'And you are hereby notified that if you f ul to appear and answer the said com- hiint,, as above required, the plaintiff will Jipplv to the Court for the relief de- trkftiid ed therein. ' Given under hand, and the FrtiAJi.n seal of said Court, this the : - 27th day of August, A. D., , 1S81. i - j Jno. J. Devinb, Clerk. t By Wm. D. Griffin, Deputy. .rrrtory of Arizona. ) County of Final. j """" I Jno. J. Devinc, Clerk of the District uH, of the First Judicial District, of i. Territory of Arizona, in and for tl e iy of Pinal, do hereby certify that i5jjxe and loregoingis a lull, true and m;t copy ot the original summons is if d-in the above entitled action as the . !-! avmeyrg of file in niv office. test my hand and tho seal or-ua Court, this the 2d j day ot September, A. D j 1881. I Jno. J. Devink, Clerk, i Bsr Wm. D. Griffin, Deputy 23-2ni A. T. SOUTH ERLJUCD, CHAS. A. riSK, Globe, A.T. CLINTON a. r"K, Atiw York STOUT, FISK & CO., BANKERS, GLOBE, ARIZONA. 'Correspondents: National Shoe and Leather Bank, New York City. Bank of California, Ran Francisco, Cal. Wells, Farco k Co., San Francisco, Cal. SalTord Hudsoii & Co., Tucson. Arizona. BEWARE Gallic is CAUTIONED against SPURIOUS - imitations. ji0 Pioneer BakirtgPciodGr is the only 50 uder con sisting of nothing but REFINED Grape Cream.2a.rtar and. Snglish'Bicarb.Soda SCIENTIFICALLY COMBINED. Mo. CH I LUNG SAW rRAMP.JO. J. SUTER, Prop., FINAL, ARIZONA. A carefully selected stock of Stoves and Tinware Kept constantly on hand Orders from country stores promptly filled. Special attention paid to jobbing. Patent, Nov. 11,1879, Patent Nov. 0. lssn. yv:" KliECTBO-MAGNETIC BELT. CUARANTEEn nvn w.n M .u ,ptiv,,y5u' mtdicioe Rheumatism. Pal tl 1 . Nervousness, yspepsil,Sital Dlssase. e.Psami other diseases..' Alio, Kill' I lK orcured. SeodforiUustrated VI Wllaki catalogue Hundredsofcurs "as Bui ssa ran Cisco, t al. Pascae Somel West aide of Bro&d street. GLOBE, Mrs. Rosa Howe, ARIZONA. Proprietress. The Lodging Department is the best in the District. The RESTAURANT is open from 6 a. ra. until 9 p. m FOUNDRY. f WAREHOUSE, I IOnduu, Kugl&iid. Ediuburg, Sotlsxid. J Miller & Richards, SOLE AGENTS FOR EXTRA HARD METAL Scotch Type, AND DEALERS IN Printing Material. SPECIAL AGENTS FOR The Cotterell, Peerless & Babcock NO. 529 COMMERCIAL STREET, SAX FRAJfdSCO.CALIFORXIA. '. 8TOUT, OF r -..iTr!Ni : ffv c FLORENCE BREWERY j WISH TO ANNOUNCE TO ALL my customers and patrons that I am still at my old Stand in this place. I manufacture the F i n e st Be e r IN THE TERRITORY, WHICH I OFFER FOR SALE BY THE Grail on, IBottle, OIR. GLASS. Eottled Beer A Specialty. A Finer Akticle not Found Tekeitoet. IN THE ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED, Beer Fokwarded to SILVER KING, MINERAL HILL, AND OTHER MINING CAMPS. Also keep in my Saloon, connected with my Breweryj Choice Wines, Liquors, and Cigars I ALSO KEEP A h Dioronn L'fild Bdrf R-5pftp! TjjMo FOR THE AMUSEMENT OF MY 4 CUSTOMERS. r - .ir r GIVE US A CALL. Clias. W. Tillman, CARPENTER & BUILDER S FLORENCE, ARIZONA." Job Work, Fitting and Repairing Stores and Dwellings. SZ propose soon to keep on hand a supply of Furniture Suitable for this market. Furniture Repaired, Saw-Filing a Specialty. (Undertaker. Coffins made to order at short notice, and always on hand. BILLIARDS P. Liesenfeld, Manufacturer, Established 1856, Sole Agent for the Only Patent Steel Plate Cushion! GUARANTEED FOR 10 YEARS. The Most Elegant Stock or Billiard and Pool Tables on the Pacific Coast. P. Liesenfeld, manufacturer of Billiard, Pool and Bagatelle Table and Assignee for the Patentee of the New Patent Pool Attactant, On account of removing to my new quar ters, and the saving of rent the prop erty being my own I will now sell goods 20 less than any other house on the Pa- ciiic Coast. 945 Fclsom Streets, Near 6th. SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. SEND FOE A CATALOGUE. ... : . 1 PATRONIZE DIRECT IMM - PORTATinw ' I HENRY W. SMITH & COT CELEBRATED t KENTUCKY WHISKEY. & CO. DI8TILI.EI1M, r EestQa Cauttiy, 6th DisU Kentucky 252 & 254 WEST THIRD STREET . THISTLE DEI Cincinnati, o: - Im.;, Special Xotice. Hnckalew &. Ocboa, siefl " - Agents Tor Pinal and Gils Con ties. The above whiskey is fast supercedisi' - all other whiskeys on the Coast for i '-". fine flavor and purity, recommended f . '.; the most proimnent physicians for medi , inal and family stimulant. Try it and : . ' convinced ' , He Great English. Eemefl"- '. ,- Is a never-failing C ' v " for Nervous DeoUi v " -'.' Exhausted Vit a 1 i t "-" .. - Seminal Weakne ', SpermatorrhowuLO! '. " , MANHOOD, Imv v? tency, F&ralysiB, i . all the terrible eff ; - ' -v of Self-Abuse, you '-' - ' ful folliee, and exo ; .-.' e in matnrer vearl . audi aa Loss ot Aiemury, Lassitude, Noetel ' . .." Lniismon, Aversion io Society, Dlmnesei . ? ' - -Vision, Noise in the head; the.vital fluid pi ;' " ihg unobserved in the urine, and many oti : . ; diseases that kad to msanity end death. ( ' ' DR. MLVTIE. who is a regular phvstd f l :" (graduate of the University of Penn) will ag . r to forfeit ITivk Hundkkd Dollars for - c -- : ' of this kind the VITAL KESTORATI".;,'- Jl: .;. ' (under his special advice and treating f-' ' . '- will not cure, or for anvthine impuie orlr ' ,: ' ous found in it DR. MINXIE tat Ml !.V''-V.1; vate diseases successfully without mercv -, - CONSULTATIONS FKEE. Thorough - V.;. i".- amination an i advice, including analvsis i .A urine. 5 00. PRICE OK VITAL EE8" v T-s-..; RATIVE, f S a bottle, or foui ha q .J' tity, $10; sent to any address upon recelp K ; IU 11 I i aw uwuo ax uirau CM, v J lit, iULIX. . v it. l. Ki - 11 Kercy Street, San Francieoo, Ca -V.v Z.Z. i : DR. MINTIES KIDNEY REMEf i NEPHRETICUM, cures all kinds of KI-1 -and Bladder Complaints, Gonorrhoea, G LeucorrKcea,. For Bale by all druggists; $ "i '. Z; a bottle, six bottles for 5. - t DR. MINTIES DANDKLION PIL.-".;C are the best and cheapest OYSPEPSIA t : BILIOUS cure in the market. For sale bf ' ' " drugifists. t w. V ,. CBT0UIGL: Leading : jn ewspapeir!; r ins.... JPticific " Coast THE SAX IB ?' fj. v - . J( CIS Is th first s.rr os tha tt -i wi Vki lo tha trsshness s.U r . ... . 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