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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Flagstaff sun-democrat. — 1 April 1897

,' H r v v-iv s '' W if' ,u THE SUN -DEMOCRAT. NOTICE TO Till: 1'UHMO. All contrncta and bills for uihertUInK pay able monthly. Advertising rates given upon application. Business locals 10 cents per lino for first In sertion, and II cents per lino for i-neh subso auent Insertion. . TuisPun-Pkmociiat Is pleased torontrluu to In public mutters, but nil notices of festivals, fairs, nicotines of societies, suppers, enter tainments nnd mention of nmrrlutes, births and deaths beyond the reculiir announce ment, will be churned for nt rrsulnr rates. THURSDAY. APRIL 1. 1897. r elv F. W. Sisson Is ill Alhliijlinquo. The Board of Supervisors meets Monday. Kansas City Dressed Bert at Garrett A Hennessy's. Young and old are sadly harassed by the measles. Judgo J. J. Hawkins returned to Frescott Friday. Sheriff Po'ls of Mohuru county was in town Sunday. David Russell, the Bellemont ranch man, is in town. Clear Havana und Gen urn I Arthur cigars at H. Hock's. R. J. Hitrtmun, the Klngni in attor ne...

Publication Title: Flagstaff Sun-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Flagstaff sun-democrat. — 1 April 1897

m. rW RWR' I t F",t T "i". i trs rv - Vi- fLOODS AND WIND. Sho Situation Along tho MlssiooippI Blver Very Serious. 1 TERRIFIC CYCLONE IN TEXAS. The Wind IUaycd Uavoc at Austin and ths Surrounding Country Heavy Rains , , Alto Do M;h Damage to Railroad Property. Cairo, 111., March 20. That tho flood situation on tho Mississippi has not nearly reached its zenith now seems certain. Local weather and river men in many parts havo said so, and mow the announcement bears tho ofll clal stamp of tho weather bureau of tho nation. A special official bulletin was issued from Washington to tho river districts stating that tho river will continue to rlso for at least ton -days In tho region from Helena south ward to Vlcksburg, and to rise during a longer period from Vlcksburg south ward; that tho levees will be subjected to tho greatest strain about April 10, in southeastern Arkansas, western Jtisslssslppl and In Louisiana, and that should tho lovees break the result will be ono of tho most disast...

Publication Title: Flagstaff Sun-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Flagstaff sun-democrat. — 1 April 1897

wasiilHlteHaill"" iWHW''wbiiii lii i ii nut i i -, v. - v 'v --,- A1 .- oj r, :. ".' .. . : a ..,-" , ,.. l ,- ,"' ' J. -S-y? i i ' KffltgM$sv?ri. SiStlssSK. JL ;f A Mam of Fart. Mr. Duknne Young Mr. Homewood U about as smart a man a you'll And in a day's journey. Mr. Gaswell So? "Yei, sir. He can give editors points en how to run newspapers." "Pooh! Every man in the city can do that," "But ITomewood also knows how to run a hotel and a railroad, and besides, he can tie his own four-in-hand Bcarf." -Pittsburgh Chronicle-Telegraph. A NEW GAME. "Whatever is nil this noise about?" "Oh, mother, such fuuj we've locked Daddy up in the cupboard, and when he Ijets a little angrier Iteggic is going Intp the lion's den." Idler. Not n Qunck.- Tatlent (about leaving eminent physi cian's office) Well, doctor, I will get this prescription! rilled at once and Eminent' Physician Ahem I Ten dollars, please. u "Eh? Do you require pay in ad vancer "Certainly, sir. I'm not one of your no cure no pay' qu...

Publication Title: Flagstaff Sun-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Flagstaff sun-democrat. — 1 April 1897

JIHHIII 1 IN(I "7. IMWWWBMWKKftjn y, Wl" ai" .-. 't ,K N i . r . t V JSr Deafness Cannot be cured 'by local applications, as limy ran not roarh the diseased portion of the car. There is only one way to cute deaf ness, and that Is by constitutional remedies. Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube. When this tube gets Inflamed you have a rumbling sound or Impelled hearing, Dd when it is entirely closed deafness is the result, and unless the inflama tion can bu taken out aud this tube restored to its normal condition, hear ing will bo deatiojed forerer, nine cases out of ten are caused by catat rh, which is nothing but an inflamed con ditloti of tint mucins surfaces. We will cive one bundled iIoIIhik for any caso of deafness (canned by catanh) that cannot be cured by Hall's Cat auli Cure. Send for circulais. free. F. J. Chkkky & Co., Toledo, 0. Sold by druggists, 75c. Hall's Family PUN are tint best. Something to Know, It may bu wort...

Publication Title: Flagstaff Sun-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Flagstaff sun-democrat. — 8 April 1897

'"J1 1 u iiiMi' S&VsS -j 'diwimttmi'myt yMM,u,,j,,y ' vJ A w ? Sf .is , v.fa vr j K1;.1 311) eifla mt-Ife 1,1 1 Library r' VOL. XIV NO. 31. KLAUSTAFF. AltlZONA. TUUHSDAV. APRIL 8, I.X!7. JOc PKB COPY QStdtt s -I 4 III 'A $M AST I. i rwfflMB isl ) A SNAP! A circumstance by which YOU can save money and that's what wc are all after these days, isn't it? WE- HAVE A SNAP ! In What ? SASH AND DOORS Wc have just ordered a carload of Sash and Doors, and to make room must clean out some of those Fancy Marginal, Chipped and Cathedralled DOORS WINDOWS and Queen Anne YOU MAKE PRICE-WedotheRest Put a fancy Front Door or Window in your house and see how much it adds to its beauty. F'IRST OOME. F-IFRST PICK! -eayy THE ARIZONA LUMBER & TIMBER CO., FLflGSTfFF, flRIZONR Willi dim mIIowuiicm f(,rn. ,. f Other ll'WIIIICI'.H. It Is llllliMliili. iHt KIiisIhITh ivaii'St ojijmu t unity tn-i iy ix lit wisely iinil ciiHi,tiiMllv Hiiinii- lllll) illlt'll'tt ill tilts lllilliMllI IfL'ldll hikI etuleav...

Publication Title: Flagstaff Sun-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Flagstaff sun-democrat. — 8 April 1897

ii:,,- t V ?7 V'v L C ''. Pk; Sir Kir i '" l A. 1 .-iS F. t' , - 1 'I I " a V . it v. m v Tti re Ufa? - BATTLE IN A THEE. Sow Bold Robin Redbreast Van quished Hla Enemy. 'Copyright, 1837. They were u very demoted couple just mt this time, though I have reason to belief e that nt other seasons of the ;year they nagged at one another a good lilt, like other husbands and wives. He was a handsome fellow, and as for Jhcr she was as fond and affectionate jia a lovesick little robin redbreast ran tc. They had built and furnished their house in the topmost branches of the caly tree In our street, close to my tudy window a poplar and I enjoyed splendid view of their honeymooning, .and of his kindnesses and courtesy to her behavior which made me smile -as coming from him, because it was so very unlike him as he was for 11 .months or so of the year. Well, they liuilt what appeared to be a satisfac tory home from their own point of -iev, and chirped nnd congratulated one another endlessly over ...

Publication Title: Flagstaff Sun-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Flagstaff sun-democrat. — 8 April 1897

' - I v ) - When He Wu Frightened. "Yes," said the retired army officer, "I can recall two occasions when I wu mcst terribly frightened." f "Ohl" exclaimed the romantic young lady, "do tell me about them. 1 sup pose It happened when you were fight ing the Indians." "No," he replied, "one time was when I was married, and the other time was when we had our baby christened." Cleveland Leader. AN OLD QUESTION. oil She PXwln did this great money question start? He l'fwln Kve asked Arlnm for her weekly allowance. Detroit Free Press. Ther Cnn't Do So. The Chicago clrl's worthy of our bnwest defeniio; From her hat to her shoe she is simply Im mense. And we're happy to notice the failure, com plete. Of Jokers who've tried to belittle her feet. -I A. V. Bulletin. UhAUV. , 17. tr Mitchell Sillier.! wnuiin "Hello, Mary, old girl! Didn't sec you "Xo, there was an important nicctiug Club." tmmnterlul to Illm. Servant i'e been ctery where, Mr. Smith, und 1 cnn't llnd a single gooss. Mr. Smith Well...

Publication Title: Flagstaff Sun-Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Flagstaff sun-democrat. — 8 April 1897

m0mi?iMmtmMmm fttaMMNH0lffilrv95SS9Be9ISS88ESMfltiiliejai ; , '? '-f ' TTTTT" , trf i , .- . . -( "'..IVJ? ''.,'v rf.T;lj , TfgX'Wr' ';., . ,-luV WtVjp i:' - if i&r . vr . K -"w t THE SITN -DEMOCRAT. PU BUSHED KVKRT TnUftSDAT. a. B. jokbs o. r. Jcuo JONX3 A JACKSON, Editor sad Pbllkrs Satirea t the Pattolaee at Flagstaff, Ariieaa, a Bsesad-la Hatur. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Tear ISM Mx Months 1 Three Months lailcople10cent:two copies 15 cents; J over two copies, tit cents each. Advertising rates glvea apoB application. THDRSUAY, APRIL 8. 1897. AMUSEMENTS. BABBITT OPKRA TIOnE. April It-Monroe' "Mont Crlito." April 13 Monroe's "TempUtlon of Money." April S3-Whist Club bsll. April 24-01f Kraser.thennlj Esquimau lady lecturer. April 87-81 Perkins. The price of wool Is slowly but surely alvanretnr. On nnil after April 1 Mm Dingley protective tariff lilll Is in force. The insurgents in Cuba nt lai accounts am giving Wnvler no excuse folMilllllll. Tun mining resources of Arizona aro in ...

Publication Title: Flagstaff Sun-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Flagstaff sun-democrat. — 8 April 1897

JfjpKffliipwiUiiyiiiiiiuii , ' - 11 t ,. ' t ,v ITS-," r , v . m ,i ) THE SUN -DEMOCRAT. NOTM'K TO THE I'lfHMli All contracts and bills for advertising pay able monthly. Advertising rate given upon application. Business locals 10 cents per line for Brst In sertion, and fi cents per line tor each subse quent insertion. Tmi BeiuDuiocitAT Is pleased to contribute tm public matters, but all notices of festivals, fairs, meetings of societies, suppers, enter tainments and mention of marriages, birth and deaths beyond the regular announce lent, will be charged for at regular rates. THURSDAY, APRIL 8. 1897. Very Hula suow on tbe Peak. River do Flag la a raging torrent. Flagstaff will soon liavo a steam laundry. To-nighl, J. Arthur Loin I tig, at the opera lioue. Kansas City Dressed Beet at Garrett & lleuiicssx's. Will D. Tinker returned to Present! las! Thuisduy. Tun) Wagner was Intro from Wil liams Tuesday. J. M. Siinfnid was lieru from Wil liams yesterday. Sheriff Itiiffner of Yavapai...

Publication Title: Flagstaff Sun-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Flagstaff sun-democrat. — 8 April 1897

J - IV-- -- I I I Ilj II HI MM H IpmHWI'MKI- I'lillK lltnlOTlfclmWIfftfttffMM ssr - ' S .', 3 Jtyfj-v. - V: V A i:a 1. l", VJ THE SUN-DEMOCRAT. mi f JONES ft JACKSON, Publishers. : APRILJ897; : : Sun. Hon. Tue. Wed. Thur. Frl. Sat ; ' ' t 2 3r 4 , 4 f i ii ii ii ii ii 1L il : : ii J! ii ii. ii ii v : 25 26 27 28 29 30 ..j THE WOBLD AT LARGE Summary of tho Daily News. WASniNOTON NOTUS. Gkx. Maximo Gomez, commander of the Cuban insurgents, has sent a letter to President McKlnley, which Incloses one also sent to cx-1'rcsldent Cleveland, which either went astray or was kept secret by the recipient. Tho letter draws attention to tho Spanish atroci ties in Cuba and appeals to tho presi dent to enter a remonstrance against the horrors committed on the pacific population by tho Spaniards. Thk president has nominated Frank W. Palmer, of Illinois, for public printer. He was public printer under tho Harrison administration. Judou William It. Day, of Canton, O., has been selected by tho preside...

Publication Title: Flagstaff Sun-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Flagstaff sun-democrat. — 8 April 1897

WR1PS fi i bwih ,"-" fr? J'ffv" ipUMI lliiMUl ill ' '' """ ' TT'll' I'lll rill 1 '" ' " ' I ' "BITll1f"ir""lW "TT" """""T ' c ) RAGING RIVERS. Anothor Bad Break In the Missis BJppl Jllver at Fowler Lake. THE JIM RIVER SUBMERGING FARMS. -A Steamboat Sent from Yankton, 8. D., to Rescue Sufferer Four Hundred Farn- lllei Made Homeless by the A'U- slsslppl at St. 1'uuU Memphis, Tenn., disastrous break In tlio Mlsslsslnrjl levee occurred yesterday at Fowler lake, six miles below Tunica, Miss. The crevasse, while not yet of great width, is fully 15 feet deep and .the water Is pouring through the opening with great velocity. This will prob ably be the most destructive break that lias occurred in the delta. The most fertile farm lands of Mississippi, lying in Cohoina, Laflore, Quitman and Tallahatchie counties, in the northern part of tho state, Will bo inundated and the newly-planted corn crops will bo laid waste. Fortunately, no loss of life is reported, tho inhabitants of this stricken se...

Publication Title: Flagstaff Sun-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Flagstaff sun-democrat. — 8 April 1897

mmNHmmmmfmii"rmtw(ititinmnw ' tfft JS ' i r . (&.. ffS -"- 'I , V 'l v L& v . I 1 , , iicnfnew Cuiiliot bo VureU by lncal iipiillnilii'iif, us lliry eiiium! irmli tin' tlUriiseil initiiii nf tin i'hi-, 'JliiU' is oiilt mitt v to cm c tltitf ten, and lliat is l ciiiiNiit minimi rtnu'ilifH. DciifntHs Is miisrtl In ii ii infliininl coiiiliiimi nf iliti iniiciiiis lining if I lie Kiiotm biun 'lulu. When tli is mini pta IiiIImUiciI .Null hint" ii tinillin hiiimI hi iiiiicifn'i liciiiiii'. and w l't'ii ii Ih enliit'l chiMi ilrnfnr is t lit; umiIi, mid uiilfus ilii- iiitliiinii tiun inn In Inkcii mil ami lliiti lull)-rt-sti'iur in lis iitiinuil i'omliliiMi,,liriir ilig will lie (le.tlnel ftileVel', lilnti CHMHHtll llf It'll lllf ciillttl I'l flllll'lll, villi Ii In untiling lull mi iiiiliimi'il cmi dillnli nf llir nnif'ii.s Miifiit-rt-. Wnwill ,lt nnr liiinili'il IiiIIiii. fnr n 113 i:im nf il nfiit - (tiiiiM'il lil Clititllli) tluil Willi"! bit cut fit li llnH'r Culuilli Cult'. Si...

Publication Title: Flagstaff Sun-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Flagstaff sun-democrat. — 15 April 1897

rnniii,,, r 1 1-1 ii in i iimnrii.,, wii HitlOPl""' " " Mii jijitnMiii it - i it JtttiMrt JIUbuwbM wCTMBianiaaaitaai Tiwnwimmi . P. Jfe 'J ! . -.-? J)ejria00taffSuti'5lcmocrat U ' ,. i VOL. XI V. NO. 3'J. FLAGSTAFF, AltlZOXA, TJUUltSDAY, APRIL 15, 187. JOc PER COPY Bunk, anil i enderi!l h juilinitii for Iffrndniits. Motion for new trial A SNAP! E. F. GREENLAW tiled by plamtlll nod denied; notice C. A. GREENLAW given of an appeal to tlio Supreme r, U X . . A circumstance by which YOU can save money and that's what we are all after these days, isn't it ? WE HAVE A SNAP I In What ? SASH AND DOORS We have just ordered a carload of Sash and Doors, and to make room must clean out some of those Fancy Marginal, Chipped and Cathedralled and Queen Anne DOORS WINDOWS YOU MAKE PRICE-Wedothe Rest Put a fancy Front Door or Window in your house and see how much it adds to its beauty. FIRST OOME, FIRST PICK! THE ARIZONA LUMBER & TIMBER CO., FLAGSTAFF. ARIZONA. M. CRjfFORD THE OLD RELIABLE W trs...

Publication Title: Flagstaff Sun-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Flagstaff sun-democrat. — 15 April 1897

. imiwwwiwwnriMwtyiawf ittAJMMAKRtKSSa&ESllffiHffiWHRBteiii wiaawOTMwaawfc .ivl v 3' . v.- '' m i vt3k m ' . 4 . - v ' V. IS '") i i A . 4 w iiLanrkTLi ubSKiiB.T.i. TfftPHsrl fuTNOW.asonce.by budding leal And flower unfold ing blight and bilef, Wo mark our Easter day's return. While white the ill very tapers burn, And chanting choirs In full accord Salute the reigning, risen Lord! Tor icolng on. our life grows gray In shadow of the passed away: The things we had, and have not, seem The fading vision of a dream, Dear voices hushed, dear hands ungrasped. Dear household broken, links unclasped That lato were binding kith and kin; Such winds of sorrow have swept In That wide, waste spaces overywhcro Ueavo empty silence, bleak and bare. Mot now with starry lilies dlght We greet the Easter's morning light. Our lUles bloom beyond the tide. Sweet fields are on that other side. Here meet wo pain and fret and loss, And heavy weight of rough-hewn cross. When Easter breaks, thank (Jod, wo s...

Publication Title: Flagstaff Sun-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Flagstaff sun-democrat. — 15 April 1897

Wl9tK0tK0tS0K Mir- llM.Mimiiiitiw ' ; '' I The Wonderful Kava-Kava Shrub A Now Botanical Discovery. Of Bpeclal Intoroat to Sufferers from Diseases of the Kidneys or Blad der. Rheumatism, etc A Blessing to Humanity. A Free Gift of Great Value to You. Onr readers will be elad to know that the new botanical discovery, Alkavis, from the wonderful Kava-Kava throb has nroved an assured cure for all dis- enses caused ty Uric at.t 1m SllA l.1.u1 . on of tne Kidneys or nrinaryorgans. The Kava-Kava Shrub, or as botanists call It. Pticr Mtthn- , iicum, grows on the banksof the Ganges river. East India. TnrKAVA-KAV Shrub and probably was Piptr Metitytticum.) Usti tot centuries by the natives before Its extraordinary properties became known to civilization through Christian missionaries. In this respect it resembles the discovery of quinine from the Peruvian bark, made known by the Indians to the early Jesuit missionaries in South America, and by them brought to civilized man. It is a wonderful ...

Publication Title: Flagstaff Sun-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Flagstaff sun-democrat. — 15 April 1897

nSSfe. tiwm w , :ti f , w , MNfjMU)0Mwn'M0BWVS THE SU -DEMOCRAT. PUUIJSHKD EVEIIY TlIUItSDAY. I. 8. JoNM O. Y. JACKSON JONES & JACKSON, Editor and Publishers KaUted t the Pnatom nt KUKstaCT, Arizona, a Second-clan Matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. OneVar f3 Six Month 1 V Three Month V Plnvlncop'eslOcrn's: two copies llcent; 1) over to copies, 01, emits each. Advoriltn.' rate glvtm upon application THURSDAY. APRIL 16. 18(17. AMUSEMENTS. IAltlHTT, OtM'.llA. iioi;k. April Sl-Whit riutitiall. April 24-Olaf Krascr. thfinly E-nulnmu 'ladv lecturer. April 27-l 1'fH.lns. C With nil those uli-hips flying around, ballooning is a dangerous oc cupation. Damhi. Wuolsky VoottnnF.3. "ih.i trill t-jtsmiue of t ho Wabish." ex. Senator fiom Iniliiitui, died of ilicumu. tlsin i( llic heart Stliinlay morning ill bis home in Washington. The pieparatlon fur war in Europe seem In hu in tin inteiest f (lie Tuik and tending ioivhhI the slaughter of tlin Clilisliatis. Indeed, onu in.iy n'-k, wherefore does Goi...

Publication Title: Flagstaff Sun-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Flagstaff sun-democrat. — 15 April 1897

mzmmmmmmmmmmmm ' THE STJH -DEMOCRAT. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. All contracts and bills for adTertlslnii pay ablo monthly. Advertising rates given upon application. Business locals 10 cents per line for first In sertion, and 5 cents por lino for euch subso uent Insortlon. Tn SON-IUtuocnAT Is pleased to contribute In public mattom.bul nil notices of festivals, fairs, meetings of societies, suppers, enter tainments and mention of nmrrlaccs, births and deaths beyond tho rcRiilar announce ment, will be churicod for at regular rates. THURSDAY, APRIL 15. 1897. 'P3 wm &?A Little lines' sitltx at Mm. l iIimN, Kan9as City Ui-ossed Boot at Garrett & Heiinrsst's. Cup. P. Smith was a visitor from Williams Sttni day. Attorney J. W. Ross was Item from Williams Monday Tliomu8 H. Wagner leturned to Williams Wednesday. Go to ColliuN for blctelo. fixtures, rep.tii.s, etc. Wheels to rent. Good cheap shoes at M. J. Biignall's. Try the $2.50 and $3.00 shoes. Judge Roitsu left on No. 1 for his home at...

Publication Title: Flagstaff Sun-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Flagstaff sun-democrat. — 15 April 1897

aMHKSKSA4 ( t . 'I' mjujiMKWtwgfj ?r - v '.! '?'' "1 4SW" It" 4 vr .. ? It Oti 4 s ' V T- THE SUN-DEMOCRAT. JONES ft JACKSON, Publishers. 1 APRIL 1897. j 2 . i Sun. Mon. Turt Wed. Thur. FrL Sal : 4 12 3' a t r 37 jf T T T 9 jo j i 25 26 27 28 29 30 .... THE WORLD AT LAEGE. Summary of tho Daily Nows. WASHINGTON NOTUS. The Indian agent lias received in structions not to lease th lands of tho Kiowtis, Comanclies and Apaches in the Indian territory to cattlemen. This was said to indicate an Intention of tho government to open the lands to settlement. The president has nominated Theo dore Ilooscvelt, of New York, to be as sistant secretary of the nnvy. The reports in regard to the prospec tive opening of tho Kiowa, Coinancho and Apache lands are not understood at tho interior department. Tho de partment states it has no knowledge of any steps to allot tho lands and throw tho reservation open to settle ment. Secretary Sherman stated the other night that he had assurances that Gen. Itivera...

Publication Title: Flagstaff Sun-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Flagstaff sun-democrat. — 15 April 1897

inatawtwqwiiwixoatwi wiwMwmmn,mi ways ? ' J ? TRAINS COLLIDE. roo Persons Killed and Six Othora Woundod. A BA1 KESTIKE SUNK BY A STEAMER. 1a Grrnde Duchcssc Collides with the Nel lie Smlth-Tlio Knoxillle lire-Child Fatally Hurnetl Crushed by a Wacon Children Drowned. Chariotte, N. C, April 12. North bound Florida special on the South railway No. SO nnd local bouthbound passenger train No. 11 collided yester day morning at Hurrisburg, a small town about 13 miles north of this city, , killing three persons and wounding six. The northbound special was late In leaving Charlotte, but was given the right of way, Its orders being to pass r tho local train At llarrisburg, where there is a siding. No. 11 had slowed down preparatory to taking this sid ing and was but 100 yards from the north end of tho switch when tho ex press, running at 45 miles an hour, dashed into it. Tho two engines came together with a terrific crash. Tho two express cars on tho northbound train were shattered into thou...

Publication Title: Flagstaff Sun-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Flagstaff sun-democrat. — 15 April 1897

wminiwwwiwtw fe ' SW ei..1 j 'A-VIVCI " ,?f fF , i mtr 'MSft' iW HiW? 8t.v ist ( Kf"; rli .i rtf Deufnena Cannot be Cured -, by local Hpplicittlnii", ns tlmy cannot 'reach tin) dUciist'd portion of tlio cur. Tbi'i'e Is only onu wny to cuio di-af-ni'8M, nnd llmt Is by constitutional remedies. Deafness is mused by tin inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the EuMHthlan Tube. When this tube gtta inflamed you have a rumbling found or impel feet hearing, and when it is entirely closed deafness is the result, and unless the Inflanm tlou ean bo taken out and this tulie restored to its normal condition, bear log will be destroyed forever, nimt eases out of ten are caused by catairli, which is nothing but an inflamed con dition of the mucous surfaces. We will give one hundred dollais for any ease of deafness (caused ly cat anh) that cannot bo cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars. free. F. J. Ciivnky & Co., Toledo, O. Sold by druggists, 75c. Hall's Family Pill are tint be...

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