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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Flagstaff sun-democrat. — 21 January 1897

, -f -iVtwMK &v$iyLjL.. . i'.l -;- ' v ' ' "v, , ") . J-WPHt .jnsjm..fc.,, f f. 1 i' i THE SUN -DEMOCRAT. NOTICE TO TIIK I'UHl.h All contracts and bllN for ndvertlRlnc pay-.-tM monthly. AdTortUInK ralM Riven upon application. Bnalnf fw lnralx 10 cents ppr line for first In sertion, and Rcrntaperllna for each uW euent Insertion. Thk PON-nocnAT Is plrnird tocontrlhntf ta public matter, but nil noilrnf fetlvals, tatrs. meetlnirs of PootPtles. Riippers. enter talnnirnts and mention of nmrrlaees, birth and deaths bevond the recnlnr nnnnnnee Mnt. will be chareed fur at regular rates. THURSDAY. JANUARY 21. 1897. The Citv Council meet Monday. Coffin's dressed pnultir ariives tn- Uy. a W. S. Hllss h( Williams vlriied Flagstaff Fiiilar. v Hairy .Rollins of Williams whs in . town Salurdav and Stindav. Good rlifxp kIiiixs hi M. J. Rinirs. Try tin- $2.50 and $3 00 ali.ies. J. S. Maetairrii, iiii Allniitii'i('iln'i, was In lnwn Momliiv nml Tu "lu. 0. E. Botre, thn Willi mis in-'ivliini 0(1 li...

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. — 21 January 1897

-i. v'ijjD ;. i " .i 2M h 1 ' (, -H k S,rT in J (rM" ELECTION RIOT. Two Faotlons Clash at Byron, Qa-, Over a Tie Vote. M EMIGRANT TRAIN IS HELD DP. Goorge Taylor Tl.on jht to Bo the Lender of a Gang of Desperado JJegro High wayman Lynched Tramps Take Possession of n Town. Amf.ricus, Ga., Jan. 18. For over 34 hours the village of Bsyon, in Houston county, has been in a stato of riot. Tour men havo been bhot and others held in terror. The trouble grew out of an election for munclpal offices, held two weeks ago, which resulted in a tie. The town divided into two bitter fac tions, and charges of fraud were freely interchanged between the leaders. A second election was called for Saturday todecido the contest, 'and every voter was brought up to tho polls. Not a change took place in tho alignment, causing n becond tic. Tho leaders of tho factions wero Charles L. llatcman and C. C. Richardson. Unfortunately, they approached tho polls at tho same mo ment, when a personal collision took plac...

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. — 21 January 1897

T. , - mm s i . n w it 0 V - ,v ;oiixuiiiUAii( vxjjx xixEJinxrax, The Ohio Statesman Will Be Soo rotary of State. Tbfi rortfollo Tendered by Fretldent-Eleet McKinley nnd Accepted Hanna May lie Senator from Ohio Alger for Secretary of War. Wasihnotox, Jan. 14. Tho asso ciated press is ablo to positively an npunco that Mr. McKinley has ten tiered the state portfolio to Senator John Sherman, of Ohio, and that the distinguished liuclteye statesman has ncceptcd and will bo the premier ol tho incoming1 administration. Specu lation as to who would be the Ohlc member in tho cabinet of tho president-elect has persistently hovered about the names of Senator Sher man and Hon. Mark Hanna, the chairman of tho national com mittee, tho former being mentioned in connection with the state and treas ury portfolio and the latter in connec tion with the head of the tieasury and post oftlce departments. It has been known for some time, however, that Mr. Hnnna's ambition was a seat in the United States s...

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. — 21 January 1897

lit 'M " rrTftMltsKIHWmtttWX ) .V f'M i ,u. d 39 ' 3B& '?h- .vjflBs."'. v r I I k 5 1 L if C.(T 35, KY 14. SEv : "r COBBESPONDENOE Eoliora Thk Sun-Democrat: 1 lift e ttie four nr live inuiilles wlio intenil mm in; in tm npilng to Ail sou fiim lift and I would like. y to mit-wer few qufKlioiiK: (1) Is tbne hii. In nif.xicail Unci I menu walem) laiul (eiiilijurcieek!) intlte IiNilliillx. or l.em-li IniulP (2) In I lino plentj .f limlit-r IbimI? (3) dm ihe iiBil.tr IhihI ln iHimetlP (4) Can n urn k i Mi tk llifi tP (6) Dues one ku to IimiI I he slock from Novemliei ( Maidi. M8 we. ilo here? (6) Will U to ilthe Imiscs front hero I liet-e, r would it W dent to fell lliem here far hut we emi tj:el; horses aro er eheap here. (7) Could a man sinrl ill Hit- Miee liiiiduesi, sny with 100 in ISO hemlp (8) Can a mmi rain Tejrrtalilifi, M.talof, carrots, onions, corn, eu-.P Ymi mif-ht think these qpieMioiiH loo iitimeiotis, hut we kmtiv olliing at all in tefiaid to j-mir.Terri-torv. '(9) Wha...

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. — 28 January 1897

!. l ,..& ,:,m y IjeiFlagstoff .A.' .& "'JM '-r.-j VOL. MY. FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA, TUUltgDAY. JANUARY 'J8. Ii7. SUMMER 54l Q 11 w1 &v te 'iVl . C v .; f i v.v y f tm:s MJ " I ' vm- m !A, r? T t. V &' &s 1 jfxv !HBP9v7 WANT IT QUICK? Well of course you do. What is the use ot lumber if you can't get it when you want it? WE DELIVER PROMPTLY We realize that we must not T only be of the GEi THERE -kind in delivery, buc we must GET THERE with quality and prices as well. OOOOOQOOOOOO Call and see favor to" yourself. THE PRICES ARE te- " V &, " X ,. av - THE ARIZONA LUMBER & TIMBER CO., O pWGSTfFF fRIZO. IFYOUflRE ItHPlURRfl For groceries thereis aj"Ray;-a wagon at our door ready to bring them to you? Your order will be filled promptly. 'We have everything thai is best in Groceries. The Monarch brand ol Canned Goods the best in the market, are sold ty us. Our assortment of Table Luxuries embraces lots of dainties not found in ordinary stores. Our prices are no highe...

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. — 28 January 1897

r . i. f THE SUN-DEMOCRAT. JONES ft JACKSON, Publishers. THE WORLD AT LARGE Summary of the Daily ITewa WASHINGTON NOTES. Tnr. supremo court of the United Staffs formally ratified the report of the special commission on tho boun dary lino between Missouri and Iowa. Mercer county, Mo., gains about 7,000 acres of land formerly supposed to be long to Decatur county, la. It was reported that a syndicate, backed by J. Plerpont Morgan and the Vanderbilts, had made a proposition to the government, which had been ac cepted by Attorney-General Harmon, that if the government would foreclose on the Union Pacific railroad tho syn Idicato guaranteed to bid on tho proper ty a sura to net tho government 845, 000,000 plus the sinking fund. Under tho proposition tho government would lose $34,000,000 of its debt. The senate committee on foreign re lations on tho 20th had under consider ation the general arbitration treaty between tho United States and Great llritain and Secretary Olneywas be foro tho ...

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. — 28 January 1897

-i. -SSN "f f.- 4 . ' jn ii v .. ; '" 3?JL-iL.$ '' IJBBMj r" &&. A . &m i .. - S? A' l r te H Wf J ' J FROZEN TO DEATH. Two Ohlldron Pound Crying Ovor Thoir Mother's Stiff Body. A NEGRO LYNCHED, IN FLORIDA. L Klff lire In Chicago A Schoolhouso Col lapses A Man Frozen to Deuth on the Prairie A Bojs" Dor mitory Burned. Lexington, Ma, Jan. 25. The first Ifatulity from cold hero was reported yes terday. Martha Lacy, an aged ncgress, was found frozen yesterday morning. She had no home, and had sought the cant shelter of tho basement of a di lapidated old framo house. In the -basement was what had onco been a bedstead, and It was upon this sho was found frozen stiff. With her were her two small children, crying with the cold, but refusing to leave their mother's body. They were just allvo when found. Thero was no bed cloth ing of any kind on the bed. This was by far tho coldest day of this winter here. A NEGRO LYNCHED. Taixahassee, Fla., Jan. 25. Fierce Taylor, a young negro, ...

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. — 28 January 1897

f V ' THE SU!N -DEMOCRAT. PUBLISHED KVEUT 1UURSUAT. & s. jonsa o. v. jcksin JONES A JACISON, Edlton and Publishers Mitorcd at the Postofflce at flagstaff, Arizona, u Second-clan Matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. OneYear t S nn 81 x Month 1 Thro Month 75 Advertising rates given upon application. THURSDAY. JANUARY 28. 1897 AMUSEMENTS. rURMTTW lICIM. II3DSE February ft Fanny Wee. Kebrnarv 10 and 11. wltii Matinee Prof. Bristol's Fqulne Wonder. February 14. IT. 18. lO-Fortl's Comedians. March 15-Rlrhard ft Prim le'g (Billy Ker aoda) Minstrels Wk dislike to lake tip smch ami ile. Tote It lo our own HiTitl fj, hut n few Words at this linn seems pt'liiiif . The Sun-Demockat. b w have announced linfoit will irnmin natural politii'Hlly; i. ., It will not I)h idniitl Hftl it hii organ of ell her pHt'ty, lint hnll remain Mi idly Independent. Wliili tlte paper III lie independent Inpnlilicx.it will lint liesilnle, to con ieinn hii unwuilhy deed, whether ii emanate fnuii a Kepitlilican or a DeinS ...

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. — 28 January 1897

jLj. . . -- -wK.ww'.iyrMrMj1""JM A if rfii J . 3 A nape ' i 1,' ! V ft m f.vBL' W-i pt W- - fei, l if. A . v .liKS h&ff a i -t ' ' "fc !!. .O I' a- a; a f X I J i' ,, -f . u. THE SUS-DEMOCIJAT. NOTM'KTO TIIK t'UIM.K All contract and bill for adertllnjr pay--tie monthly. Advertising rates given upon application. Bnitlnf Kg lo nls to cent per line for flnt In sertion, and Kcenta per line for each milise nent Iniwrtlon. THR Pdn-I)mociiatI pleased tocontrlhute la ptiblie matters, hut nil notlreoof festivals, fairs, meetlnes of societies, suppers, enter tainments and mention of niarrlacps births mod deaths hrvrniil the regular announce ment, will he ehiirced for at regular rates. THURSDAY. JANUARY 28. 1897. f sSss Theie was a slight full nf snow Monday night. Tin' IhiIiv nf James KhUu'ciis anl rife is vert sick. Disllict Attorney Claik was in Wi. liams yesleidny afternoon. GuimI cln-iip shoes at M. J. BagnallV Try llii' $2.60 anil fS.OO shoes. A M. Coliinil of I he Williams Brew Ing ...

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. — 28 January 1897

A L. ( .J" , 4 -'' ' -? &" 'WW-.' $"' ?' ,$vM8i ' Mi4: WW)' B - If i . 4 . 4." i f ?" (I Ik': '. ,,, GAMBLING KOBIN." BY JAMES DAVENPORT. ' People called him "Rambling Robin." You could have t.een him almost any day walking along with his head hang lug down, and his eyes fixed on the ground. Nobody spoke to him, nor did 'he speak to anybody. Ills clothes were In rags. He wore no collar. Some times a red scarf was fastened round Jiis neck, but of tener than not his neck and chest were bare to the cutting winds. Nobody knew where he came from, and nobody cared. Some said be bad been an actor at one time others that he had been a doctor, whilst many maintained that ho was a man who had gambled away a large fortune. Whatever he might have been, we could all see that he was no common vagrant. I do not know whether the peace and goodwill which are supposed to come to oil men at Christmas-time had anything to do with it, but when I passed him one Christmas Eve a few years ago, as I vas...

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. — 28 January 1897

-i. j 1 7 t . if? 2fv FwS' . "-,- $PW tT CAME ABOUT THAT THE RIVAL KINGDOMS OF NEBERANTERBERBEHSTEIN 51',;', AND WILOHOHENSOUNEWALD WERE UNITED. a.. &J rawK ' vtrri.j - m Pvrv iK ABi fHI aH V jl tilt wfm ICopjrle", 1J9T, by Not 1'rlde, Hat Caution. Sweet Girl Mother, Mr. Niccfellow Is coming to take mo out riding1 this uftrnoon. 1 inny go, mayn't IV Mother If he drhei up with a bpan of spirited horses, you can go; but if he comes with that broken-down old nag ' he had last time, you shan't. "Why, mother, 1 didn't suppose you would eer tunc such foolish pride." "My dear, a younff man who comes w ith a puir of spirited horses expects to drho with both lunula." N. Y. Weekly. One Wuy of Looking at It. Hlnnlc. 0, I'm superstitious, about Friday 1 ln Would you decline a proposal on Friday? Minnie Well nh! If It were satis factory in other respects I might think it unlucKy to ueciine. nicago xrio- unc. Fetched. "So a mere bonnet brought you to this?" "Yes," sobbed the culprit. "It was ...

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. — 28 January 1897

jL fPfl "'i- y IB?'' SB?,, r 'KfMHsv' fl i -fAAjYfflHaWi , i aft'' ?!' uBaSfc& f iiSflJNv'.. iixF AT THE HOTELS. A. W. CinU, lit- fttlllcmiin, is si tke New Monk Hotel. Ginif.1 W Klujr of ruFcelt slopped at tl Kiv BmiV Hutrl Tut-edity. Jrniin A. Btflid of 15 Hi' tis Park. Oil., In HJpiig at tlie New Dank flott-1. ". I! Savjir n ltfil nt tlie Grand Chi ii Uiiel fiim Oakland, ChI., laslllitiiMln.x. T. II. SutiMi, tie Los Aiipeiesrom nili'xl liMiln. npiMuid at the Nv Hail Hotel Moik1. E. 8. Ji litifon, Sun Fi ant-torn h ii Ij. lit of Megilp tifiMetd nl the Gland Ciiii urn Hotel Fiiday. F. X. limp jr. h Pullman conductor. rct-iding Ht MoJHe. Cnl., stopped Ht ti Nivi Bai-k lain SHlimlny. Mux Eolm, traveling for n Sun Pram !tco clnililnjr dim. done business ere ShUimIhv, stopping t the Gland Can; on Hotel. . AliiHlni. Hip Standard Cijrar Cn)pnnV tiHVfllnjr agent, registered Sall'li'li iMNGiand Cnnjon Hotel Jroni pinrinpatK Htitio fcctmrWriikii, n rnninieielal traveler fur n Cincinnati...

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. — 4 February 1897

--". l)eJfla0stoff0tttt'Hemoi:rat -v t, H tl' VML. 1V KLjVfWrAfc'K. ARIZONA. TUUKSDAY, FEBRUARY $. IS!7. NUWBEU 4J2 I ft,. Ji A ,'' 1 .j , sssif - iwiiiiMiiiii ii in m 1 ." . f ' - 1 , T 1 -if v 9 " rare- ?-,'i'? iW,V. Lt(Alk dfiVVCSr '1 W K 1 - -' I, VJ WANT IT QUICK? Well of course you do. What is the use or lumber if you can't get it when you waiit it? WE DELIVER PROMPTLY. - We realize that we must not only be of the GEi THERE kind in delivery, buc we must GET THERE with quality and prices as well. 000000000000 Call and see us--as a special favor to yourself. THE PRICES ARE RIGHT. THE ARIZONA LUMBER & TIMBER CO., MV FLAGSTAFF ARIZONA. IFYOUfRE IN f HURRY For groceries there is alay a wagon at our door ready to bring them to you. Your order will be filled promptly. We have everything thai is best in Groceries. The Monarch brand ol Canned Goods the best in the market, are sold by us. Our assortment of Tabic Luxuries embraces lots of dainties not found in ordinary stores. Our pr...

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. — 4 February 1897

A, M THE SUN-DEMOCRAT. JONES & JACKSON. Publishers. THE WOULD AT LARGE Summary of the Daily News. WASniNGTOJf NOTES. Ex-Quekn Lh.iuokai.ani, of the Ha waiian islands, called on President Cleveland at the will to houso on tho 25th. Tho interview lasted about 20 minutes. Not a word was said about her restoration to the throne. The national board of trade con vened at Washington on tho 2(!th and re-elected Frederick Frnley, of Phila delphia, president. He is 03 years of ago and has been president since its organization. Resolutions were passed indorsing the Anglo-American arbitra tion treaty and asking tho senates to approve tho treaty. Pr.rsiDKXT-ELECT McKiNLKV has writ ten a lettcrUo tho committeo having charge of tho arrangements for tho inaugural ball deprecating the expend iture of $30,000 on tho affair in tho faco of the hard times and suggesting that SJ5.000 of the amount bo devoted to alleviating the wretchedness in tho great cities of tho United States, 515, 000 to relievo...

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. — 4 February 1897

T ,T . . ' THE SUN-DEMOCRAT. St. JONES & JACKSON, Publishers. THE RIVER OF TIME. There's a rtver that always Is flowing: It Is bearing your life-boat and mine, 'On Its mystic and fathomless bosom, ' And we call It the Hlver of Time. And It often flows stilly and quiet. As it wlndoth through blossom-lined ways, ind we gather life's roses and lilies. In the beautiful sunshiny days. It Is then, with our loved ones around us. That we list to the songs of the birds .And our hearts' gladly echo the singing, To the music of each loving word. Eut in some spots the waters grow troubled, For deep whirlpools and rapids are there, And 'tis many fair vessels that founder On the sharp, Jagged rocks of despair. And there sometimes come storms and thick darkness, When wo sorrow, and shiver, arid moan, And we find when the daylight Is breaking, We are drifting, bereft and alone. On, the mystic and fathomless river, That Is bearing your life-boat and mine. Ph. the peaceful, the storm haunted rive...

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. — 4 February 1897

Jl. .... j- ,4, VF. A frr-$! 'rfV Km fS. , fvr ff -.' MMWM, WmMh -.,..-.. . THE SUiN -DEMOCRAT. PU BUSHED EVERY THURSDAY. . a. 4.1MCS o. r. jtcKiim JONES & JACKSOX, Editors and I'ubllihers Katortd at the Postoflloe at Flagstaff, Arizona, as Second-class Matter. SUBSCRIPTION One Year .... Plx Months Three Month RATES. .. t sno . 125 75 Advertising rules given upon application. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 4. 1897 N WA.IO ENCIIOACHMESTS, For ii tiiimlitT of entn sheepmen mid riitiliMiii'ii Imve coniilnliiHl I lint the Nniij' Iiiilinn ueie t-nrrdHcliiiij; on i hi" -ile of tin) Little ColoiHilo river, inilf awny ('inn their lesenn tion. Mini on leiiiiorr tlittt ti:lilfiill bfliiiii."'1! to l lit i lilies. A lii petition vint'd by iihhi I. CTvi ettien of this hci'tioii of ilie coliniv. u:i lecentlv sent to Si'cu'lxn of tin Intel tor I). R KianriK, niviujj tliH view of Ilie stockmen niiil request Intr l lie Inti-iinr ilepinmeiit to intei fere in tin fintlier encroachment l the Imli in. Tin' mat...

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. — 4 February 1897

.., i ' rf m "A m .'4? e ivMMlf(' THE SUIN-DEMOCKAT. NOTICE T HIK l'IMW.H All contracts and bills for advertlslnx pay ,blo monthly. .Advertising rates given upon application. fBuslne ss locals 1(1 cents per line for first In sertion, and IS rents per line for each sutwe uent Insertion. Tn RuN-I)KMOcnAT Is pleased tooontrlliute In public matters, hut all notices of festivals, fairs, mcetlnes of societies, suppers, enter tainments nnd mention ofnmrrls.ee. Iilrths and dentlis bevnnd tlio regular announce ment, will he chareed for at regular rates. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4. 1897. ' Kansas City Dressed Beef at Garrett -A Hennessy's. Jeff Myer it having a neat nddi tion built to ltis l vvcllinjr. Good cheap shoes nt M. J. BagnalPs. Try the 12.50 nml 13.00 shoes. James A. Vail is in KtnsasCiir with a big shipment of entile. Geoige Woods returned from a tlip to Kingman Mundav morning. F. W. Pavue, llm Bellcmont mer chant, was in town yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Doe returned Friday from a visi...

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. — 4 February 1897

JL. i V at S?tf .nwuwJ f '! rtt' v - . J 7 i i .to ,. " ); PERISHED BY FIRE. Sovon Pooplo Loao Their Lives In a Firu at Hobokon, N. J. SAWYER FAMILY MURDERER HANGED Ed Ferry rays the Penalty of III" Crime at Ava. Mo. Five Men Kllleil by Full ing; Tree A Nep;ro Killed A Utah Murder. New YoitK, Feb. 1. During the early hours of yesterday, two fires oc curred in Hoboken, N. J., which re sulted in the loss qf (.even lives. Many poor people wcro made homeless and had narrow escapes for their lives. Tho fires occurred in different parts of the city, and one of them, at least, is believed to havo been of incendiary origin. Tho first fire started in tho three-story fraino building at 410 New ark strcot There a mother and five children lost their lives. At tho other fire a little girl was burned to death. Tho dead are: Mrs. Nellie Schoedcr, 40 years old, wife of Charles Schoeder; her children, Henry, 11 years old; Kate, 0 years; Maggie, 7 years; John, 3 years; .Willie, 3 months; Mabel Mangle...

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. — 4 February 1897

'P - e " f -iSjffiK,!) V?. tf? mm hi VST e I. Hitting- Homo. Lawyer Now, Mr. Thrift, describe to the court the chickens you charged my client, the defendant, with stealing. Farmer Thrift goes into the details, lut he is Interrupted by the lawyer, who exclaims: "I have somo chickens Ilka those myself." Farmer Thrift (resuming) The chickens he took arc not the only ones I hate had stolen I N. Y. Herald. THK rOWKK OF WKALTII. Slfo Brother Ju rues Harriet, Jimmy loves yer, but he's too bashful to tell yer so; he's willin' to dewote hisself to you if you'll on'y say the wordl Jimmy (aside) Speak to her of my wealth; tell her I've got a quarter saved up. Money talks! N. Y. Truth. Courage. "Mono but the brave deserves the fulr" To this we credit Klvo; Jlut add. none but the brave would dare With some of them tc live. -Bay City Chat. 1 'CMC W fMO l.N FUTURE THE HIGH HAT WILL DE REMOVED IN CHICAGO PLACES OF AMUSEMENT. MUtaklnc the Flace. "Can't you ghe me credit for a pait of knee punts?" as...

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. — 4 February 1897

$ft sr ft fcf (M(K((iriiiSon.:B2i;ousness Ihe Gucci Cacy en Claims Go for $85.0C0. Vn.i. (nun. Inwjilie and linboidi Jnstini tiipttMllsta I.ttise the Properties Jor Ugliteen MonltiM. A nilnli'g tWul of llie gieatest iiu Xritsi e n ( iiotiiuu iiiul was com-pit-led IhsI utek. For iitmilit'i' of Jems lite lirh copper Ht-iii8tlH on tlttt lini of the Grand Cmitim weie belli"; developed, ia a srimll ny. by several of nut- el'i ens, anions whom wei n Hm i v Jat-uli) , Da id ml . J. Balihill. 'Jom Rlckel, C. H. Alt Cltitc, John WhisIihII, Jnlm Hal ford and Louie Boiirheie, P. D. Bell, R. H. nud Nilea Canteiim and Ed Gale, and F. R. Nellis. Only sur lace iIeel'meDt vtmk whs done and a few cat loads of oie lilitd. John W. Gnliett of I lie Ualtui)oi"& Ohio lailioMl, AilburA. Hiov.nlee of Hew Yolk ana Tlionws R Li mi In id of tbeLoiubaid ItiveflmeM fompaii of Chicago, lluotigli the effoils of Hon. W. O. O'Neill of Pit scull, lieconiH in terest id ill these piospeds and fie pent trips were m...

Publication Title: Flagstaff Sun-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
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