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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Flagstaff sun-democrat. — 18 March 1897

fiTTTHllllHiiiiiiiiiiiii i vMTTfi..i,.i,. . --- --mifltUlmtntm IHKSa" frt v 'Vrf-.:-itoaT$i tm-Hemocrat VOL. XIV. KLvU.NTAKF. ARIZONA. THURSDAY. MAHCII 18, 1S!7. NUMIJBB 23 l-i-isMtfMlWfflM&!$-h.,,.c. - '...- ' -- Hl& ESHBHHHHHiaLU JSfciiLaiifc- ....if K&m X -A Sbeiflaiifitaffs TI J1 a . W jft "i SW 84. ! K! Ky" .,- ' jC ft V WANT IT QUICK? x , Well of course you do. What is the use of lumber if you can't get it when you want it? WE DELIVER PROMPTLY, We realize ' only be of the GET THERE kind in delivery, bucwe must GET THERE with quality and prices as well. WWXOOC913 Call and see favor to yourself. THE PRICES ARE RIGHT. THE ARIZONA LUMBER & TIMBER CO,, FLflOSTflFF ARIZONA. UUM HOB WMM t-ftfl,- iMJUU?" Wins Over Corbett in Fourteonth Round. One of tliiFlnet I'uctllstlc Contents of the Docnde llolli Men In Ftno Condition nntl Squally Matched. Wrdncsilny iIhwiiimI blight uml eli:ir at C-tMon, Nev., tin tcnipointiii o was uqualilo and t'vuiy tiling most auspicious for I...

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. — 18 March 1897

HE ."iS 4 Si 1 .WP'5 1, isSSFU rt V WS -THE TTHTIQI? rATTPTTQ . JaliL 11VUUL UT1UVUU. ,$'' Thomas B. Rood to Be Benominatod ':- Speaker by Acclamation. VJ' - THE MINORITY LEADER NOMINATED. Joseph W. Bailey, of Tntii It Chosen by the Democrat at Their Candidate, for Speaker Speeches of " tha Nominee. Washington, March IS. The caucus of republican members-elect of tho Fifty-Fifth congress, which was held Saturday, voted by acclamation to re nominate Speaker Reed and all the of ficers of the last house. The slate was as follows: Thomas B. Kccd, speaker; Rot. llcnry M. Couden, chap- THOMAS II. ItEED. lain; Alexander McDowell, clerk; Ben jamin F. Russell, sergeant-at-arms; W. J. Glenn, doorkeeper; Joseph C. .Mc Elroy, postmaster. Of tho 203 repub licans, 175 were present. An effort to change the house rules failed. Mr. Reed's name was presented by Mr. Payne, of New York, who referred to him as "a man of towering intellect, of sterling republicanism and a peer of tho greatest parliamentar...

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. — 18 March 1897

1 W ', fi: IJSWf.-nj- pf-'v ..;:, W-Wfcrf AlW' V--ii" ! - ' VH'V-!' rMVtt:airel PpSi . ,.,-j,k -t -, . 3$rH i'"' ? MM'"W' ' ' ' ' " SH i nSfi li . 1 X .V. Ti5Mii4liii9fiUMKai; i v ! , r -ft& ? V - Wr5- -,. nwraHnTtfS7w j"a"awy4'wwsT i x I fr I. ir .: fr V What Tbey Uot. Ttia honest old fellow who cleans out a bank, with' a broom, or a dollar a day, Gt only the courtesy shown to a dog;, ex- ' cept while he's drawing his pay. The burglar who cleans out a bank at night, with a Jimmy and powder and saw, Qts only a sentence, to pay for his paint, that's the farthest extent of the law. The trusted, official who cleans.out a bank Bets the cash and he's nothing to fear. But why should the crookedest one of the three be acclaimed as a "financier:" Chicago Times-Herald. THIS DIVIDED FAMILY. Jlmmle Where are your folks going this summer? Tommle Don't know yet. Ma wants society and pa wants boating nnd fish ing, but I am backing up pa. N, V. Truth. economy In Wealth. Lady of the House Did y...

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. — 18 March 1897

CTwMMwwtrroK.w.iiWD'miJ.-inmfHilfUIJWi ;Ssi h, vf ,'1 e44 4aLtu m N3 .$ "ih . - v-. tfV 3H'J 1. "i h. VM. W WtALt i t r A THE 8 U3N -DEMOCRAT. rUaUUBKD XTXBT THURSDAY. . ay JOHN a. v. Jicasow JONES JACKSON, Editors aad Pabllsusrs Catered at the Pestoffiee at Flagstaff, Arltoaa, M 8eeoad-elaM Mailer. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year I Six Month 1 Three Month IS Advertising rule j-lven upon application. THURSDAY, MARCH 18. 1897 AMU8EMENTS. nAniTT oi'kiia. non4Kt March 27 Tho Pmalley Mu1ch1 Comp'inv. April 7 J A-thurLorlnir. character work. April 17 Monroe's "Monte Crlsto." April IT Monroe's "Tomptatlonof Money." April -Whlt Hub hall. April 24-Olaf Kraser, the only E-qulmau lady ieetiir-r. April 57 SI Perkins. TIIK lllKAl, SUMMER IJKmT. The hotel niTomtuodntloua In FIhut StafJT are ample anil nf a Mali rlas mid th health anil pleasure seekers who Tlsll us this summer will he tnken cue of in fiwt-el.iss stile. Flujiataff Is beyond ilniilit I In' most roinforiiiMe place on tlie lolf ! spend ...

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. — 18 March 1897

. i i f... i,r inMfnwfr ir 1 ,' W. - - . . r.A Ay r L) "4. $. '- n 1. VI iff ! ' S $? ' i i THE SUN-DEMOCKAT. NOTICE T TIIK IMMIMC. All contrncta and bills for art rertlslnc pay We monthly. Adrrrtlilnr rates given upon application. . Business locals 10 cento per line for Bret In sertion, and Scent per line for each sunae sent Insertion. Taa Pdk-PkmochatU pleased to contribute (ta public matter, bnt alt notices of festivals, 'fairs, meeting's of societies, suppers, enter salnnicntN and mention of marriages, nlrths "and deaths beyond tho regular announce ment, will be chanted for at regular rates. THURSDAY, MARCH 18. 1897. Kansas City Dressed Beef at Garrett 4k Hennessy's. Under Slu'i Iff Fletcher Fulrehlld wn la Gallup Friday. Extra copies of The Sun-Democuat on suit) nt this office. Goto Colli ii'k for f 1 full vegetables, fruits, SWeel eider, etc. Boas To i ho wife of R. H. Cameron Tuesday morning, a dot. F. W. 1'aine was hern from Bello wont Sundit.i aihI Moud.ty. The city pound h...

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. — 18 March 1897

WKUBBBBEB&M33i$p8! !HBBRBaaKnBaaBHfciiral' ii i ii iMir tthittiyt i nflniT w V 4. " ' -T ' w IfelT- W vy " V . j.py. r: V . r"-l t A?- V I THE SUN-DEMOCRAT. JONES ft JACKSON, Publishes. MARCH 1897. Sun. Mon. Toe. 2 9 Wed, Thur. Frl. Sat. 3 JO 17 4 11 5 12 8 14 15 16 18 19 2J 22 23 24 31 25 26 27 28 29 30 THE WOELD AT LARGE Summary of the Dally Nowa WASHINGTON NOTES. Sechf.tauy YIL80N, of the depart mcnt of agriculture, has issued an or der, that on and after Murch 15 all beef offered for transportation to European ports must bo accompanied by an of ficial certificate showing that the meat waft sound and wholesome. The work of making allotments on the. 'Wichita reservation in Kansas will begin nt -once, a Washington dispatch of the Vth stated. The work will oc cupy about nine or ten months. A si-KClAi- from Washington to the New York Herald on the 0th said that President McKinley was emphasizing his earnest desire for the prompt ratifi cation of the general arbitration treaty by ...

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. — 18 March 1897

Illfllftilp RaT ' f )- 'i M V "WOMAN AND HOME. LITTLE LOST BIRD. torr of a Hluux I'nnoniie Found on Wounded Wuue pMlelleld. The adopted daughter of ilia. Clara Bewick Colby, the eminent suffragist, -who recently addressed thu New Clti ens' club ot Pittsburgh, Is n full-blood-d Sioux Indian. The story of the little .maiden formed the theme of a supple mentary chat by Mrs. Colby, as Inter stlug to those who heard the tale as the eloquent address of the speaker bad fceeu ou the selected topic, "Equality Before the Law." The babe ,was res cued from its dead mother's arms four days otter the noted battle at Wounded Knee creek, in South Dakota, six yearn ago. Col. Colby was in the churge made by the United States troops against the Indians at that time. The uprislug had its inception from he ghost dance. Orders had been is sued for the disbanding of 1 Foot's band. The order aroused hostility among the Sioux, and without hesita tion the' "medicine" man threw a hand ful of earth into the ai...

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. — 18 March 1897

""WWWWlltrllllltB,l.iy,,ll,),,.t,, .. .1 i I, I Ill HI .111111 l) Ill igiiUwPii " ! mm jjt&p ,& itl jt iw j;jw4.i-dtei" i i"HTOW ,-i Pit HP if. ,1 HSf 'J ! "fctbJ PM ,jr (", A 1 fc' . V ftI F siSSaf v? Al 1R ' LEG,SLATIYE PRtCEEDIXGS Conli'nufJ fiom First rage. of Hie Ti nlloilnl Iiimitl of Control. Tlie Bonn), ll eini, was niviisi-il of even eiitiio lii.Hi:iii;tlle. 'lli after noon whs nn inlueetiii,' one. At S oMoih llie Coiini-il Mill Into t lie A" cimlily (InniiliH-. It alt tit HiiIkw Vfn gluu ilm jjtiul of HUilimliy. 2fanpnlrl' men, clelks, etc.. ivete volM out, null ihiiij; iiiimmiImI a ven nntiteiiotis iiem:inn imleeil. Hv it vote of SM lo 6, fi'ini iiI'MliI, the joint Kv , eMAloimgiMil I" Ijlimio ' ilmlgt-y. and I lie iloois weie iiiiiiimI. Mr. MIiir sliuwnl ltis lesetilinent of tlio TihwIim' union by nenilinjr. in Ills iciipin'ion of tlio i'liiiiiiiuiiihi of Hie loniiiilllru iu riuolleil mill en growtl hill. 'Jlii- House sit tick a mi;i In tin' np pioiiiutioii hill ...

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. — 25 March 1897

IMIrWBiIUiJMtlftWl'"WW'lW"y''WWMJ"1,lw 'um" -"" If 'M' " '"riv?" WMiiu(.iitift'mitiiwiiwwiitiy J irTilMw TerrUorijlMWPJU iiirirk-. h J "" -T Wi.'' heiflag0tftif0itlrt-llem0i:rttt VM '5J VOL. XIV. FLAGSTAFF. ABIZON A. .THURSDAY, MABCH 25, IKH7. SLWBEB )WttUl.itlllj)llllim"!!ill.IH'HBI".JIl'MBmuM 't B11'' I 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 only be of the GET THERE kind in delivery, but we must GET THERE with quality and prices as well. COOOOOQOOOOO Call and see favor to yourself. us as a special THE PRICES ARE RIGHT. THE ARIZONA LUMBER & TIMBER CO., FLttGSTttFF flRIZONf. LEGISLATIVE ENACTMENTS. ThVrSTTawoa Opt Nineteenth, by tho Mill on All Mannar of Hubjnets Soma Good. o:ne Dad, Othara Indifferent At All Kveuta a Plenitude. providing Mint the jury penalty in cmm of borai- The following U it compilation of bills tliKt were passed by the Nine teenth Legislature and ...

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. — 25 March 1897

Sjigiiagttswr! vw&mnimmMmm if 3 A &V Ml & ' ft te. ir "w 'V. r;y J PI w ( '1 A Aft ., f-i 7 f 'y THE SUN-DEMOCRAT. JONES t JACKSON. Publlshira. THE WOBLD AT LAME. Summary of the Dally News. - WASHINOTOK NOTES. Miss Blanche Beiubb ikm sent in her resignation as. postmaster of West Point, N. Y. She has held tho posi tion since 1858. The regular cabinet session at tho white house on tho 10th was princi pally taken up by two photographers in getting a group picture of tho pres ident and his advisers. It was said at Washington on tho 16th that news dlreet from Madrid, though not. official, was to tho effect that tho Spanish ministry acknowl edges Spain's defeat In Cuba and that negotiations would bo proposed short ly to the government of tho United States looking to an end of tho war. Tlir. United States court of appeals has affirmed the scnllot of a lower court awarding the government 89,647 against Francis M. Khodes, of Hanni bal, Ma The government, it is alleged, had been ...

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. — 25 March 1897

wimKm u , ,lBJ(,,.r,,Mr.,...Wy..,iril,p m... ...... ,..,-...l. ,, ym 'WSSSTt MrgWTili-iWl4fHyli"'"l"""rll1 fll'V -'j v-ji; '; ".' T W f ssWamiKJRW ,.,? .. n. v. r ' A i u - .1 JtSHEH , ir v J?&5M XK $ w THE SUN-DEMOCRAT. JONES t JACKS8N, Publishers. MOTHER. .As we tottered on through Babyland in days so Ions ago, Each plaything now we welcomed with delight; With (lowers, toys and butterflies some times tho days were, passed, ' But restless did we grow with coming night. Twas the longing for the presence of the one who loved us best The one who loves us always as no other: So, weary of our playthings, we would throw them all away, Crying: "I am tired now, I wants my mother." tTo womanhood and manhood grown, we each our playthings clasp, Though by some other name tho baubles call, -And for a time they pleaso us and our hearts aro full of Joy, But. alast we, child-like, tiro of It all; T"or our toys lose their brightness and our old chums tcavo us, too, For the comradeship, It may ...

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. — 25 March 1897

SHU .i?ife; TK.TRWESSpr THE SUiN-DEMOCBAT. FUMJillED EVERT THURSDAY. I. . JOXIS o. r. JACMO JONES & JACKSON, Editors and Pabllihera BaUrtd at the PoitofBee at Flagstaff, Arliona, i 8teoad-clMa Mttr. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year 13 00 Six Months 1 25 Threo Months ,. 15 Advertising rates given upon application. THURSDAY, MARCH 25. 1897 AMUSEMENTS, 1IAHH1TTM OI'KUA. nOHSE. March 27 The Smalley MuMcal Company April 7 J A'thurLorlnir, character work. April IS-Monroe's "Monto Crlsto." April 11 Monroe's "Temptation of Money." April 23-WhlstOlub ball. April 24-Olaf Kraser, the only Equlmau lady lecturr. April 27-SI Perkins. TllK bicycle bubble lias b.irsted. That is to say, Ihe daysnf 1100 wheel bave gone hy mid they are now celling nith tlue tegaid to cost. The day of the C50 hlgli-giade hikH has dawned. An Aii-min beauty. MNs Franrtsca Alexander, daughter of the late Judge Alexander of Phoenix, is In he Qiippii of La Hesta at Los Angeles Her elster.is Ml". Baker, wife of ihpClilef JuM...

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. — 25 March 1897

sjSbi -r- aiMWiiyifWiMIWilii Willi mmamiMmxfMam l$?$ W ',f "':.f il' w. " . r F .3 H'Vt:" .tL lSrf ' ii", J i t'-V.8SY ,i '"UtK M' ft ,y .c TMVsjVit t:i! :ff ) uf THE SUN -DEMOCRAT. NOTICE TO THE PUItLlU. All contracts and bills for advertising pay able niontlily. Advertising rates given upon appllcstlon. Business locnls 10 cent per lino for a rat In--Mrtlon, and A rents per line for each Bubso euenl Insortlon. Tn PuN-PEMOcnATls pleased to contribute In public mutters, but all notices of festivals, lairs, meetlnes of societies, suppers, enter tainments and mention of nmrrlnccs, birth, and dentlis beyond the regular -announcement, will bn cluireed for at regular rates. THURSDAY. MARCH 26, 1897. F. R. Netlls ts hern from Williams. Kansas City Dressed Beet at Garrett Hennessy's. Bouv To Mrs. Hauser on March 17. 1897. a girl. J. M. Fain and Sol Johnston arn here from Jerome. A.J. Utmpheil left Sunday after oon for Williams. Parker Harper camo In from rrcdoula Monday. H. H. Patildge of W...

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. — 25 March 1897

- ' iT" ' :-' . v-;?JEl V ""I'' 4 a. CV'W , - i y.' . . 4iw,ssi.i.f. -; Tr i i " y " , Jt " . ( , ' fts S''-;. i V A OH"' . ms FIRST MESSAGE. PreeJdent McKlnloy Urges Con gress to Pasa a Tariff BUL Maya the Depleted Treasury la Sorely la Need of the Relief Which Revenue kfflalatlon Will Aft ord-The In- creasing Debt Alarming. Washington, March' 10. Tho presi dent yesterday sent tho following mes sage to congress: To the Congress of the United States: Becrettlug tho ncocsslty whloh has required as to call you together, I (eel that your assem- kilns in extraordinary session Is Indispensable because ot tho condition In which we find the lerenues of the government. It Is conceded that ita current oxpendlturos nro greater than lu receipts and that such a condition has ex isted for now more thrco years. With unlimited means at our command we sue presenting the remarkablo spectacle ot In creasing our publlo debt' by borrowing money to meet the ordinary outlays Incident upon even an economi...

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. — 25 March 1897

p--. - T -,-jw- fY W'l' awM1" IRWfflHWt .V I fTwhne She Wanted to Knonr, - A certain minister, who Is not always bo careful as ho ought to be-in making hi teoehlug and his practtco corre spond, was lately telling: soino menus a story of ndtcr.ture. It was n pretty "tall" story, and the minister's ten-year-old little girl was observed to be listening- to it very intently. When he finished she fastened her wide-open eyes upon her father's face, and said, vc.y gravely: "Is that truo, or are you preaching now, papaV" Tit-Bits. ft A HATTBIl Or IIAIIIT. Parke I tell you, old man, it's a great thing to be a somnambulist. Lane How so? Pavke I'te taught myself to get up in my sleep and walk the floor with tho baby. N. V. Tribune. Easily Enough. "Mr. Gibbons," wild the teacher of tho class in rhetoric, "point out the absurd ity in this figure of speech: 'At this time tho Emperor Frederick hatched out a scheme,' etc.' "It seems to me all right," replied tho young man, after some reflection. "I...

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. — 25 March 1897

mmmwmmniw iff Of- "mSfflS v ? . r fc& I ,4" 1 ''!! - . F tl Ml--- 4 v fc HSfK' -fc 4 Pfft".' b. ty A. &. h . J V, I-A5 &: U iVtWJf . ' Private School. '' '; Miss Cora M. Flnulo will open h pri'Hle aelirml In Flagstaff about May 1. Pernis itin-rertwl may obtain particulars by applying t Miss Finulu 1st person or by Inner. a, i a ' IneLrg'slalutt-haa passed the hill tppiopliallng $100,000 (or thr criM tion of a capital building. The ques tion lit, !iwr Is the nn.ney ronilnt! from lo coiiKliurt such a t'iily mIIHiv? Again, aie tb (x-ople willing to have the capital pt'init'tiniitly located at PhdfiiixP i auothrr itnpoitaut conaltl- elation. It it Kilniltttil to be the hot test place in the Teiritaty, Yuma not exit ti d, Mill thMt ait many other aeiiotife object lima lo the periuaueut lo at icn cf theiHpllolat that point, mi- It-tiB tlielt i pint ixintl lllnile liv which the khI of giiwiiimrnl citn in the cld in I mhM'Ii he Iniatid It niMt-ti il at PhkcoU or FIptalT. But the...

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. — 1 April 1897

miTMIiHil f56w liWlltt8tolwlMMW'i " , ' i,J -V - .J -Uem0i:rat. r i I I L. VOL. xW. FLAGSTAFF. ABIZlWA, THU1I8DAY, APRIL 1, I8H7. NUMBER 30 WHBllMEyWlnnv H2i.T 'iv V .V " '"Ji.. heiFIaastaffBtm V r fP- C'Si 4 I ri 8 W ' ' m, PfMH r- W 1 -f 1 r r, 'w: r .& "k f i t . ii '. WANT IJ QUICK? T Well of coursevyou do. What r is the use 6jt?l umber if you can't get it when you want it? v WE DELIVER PROMPTLY, SVe realize v r only be ofthe GET THERE kind in delivery, but we must GET THERE with quality and prices as well. ooocoocooooo Call and see favor to vourself. ii" ,r. ,v A THE PRICES ARE RIGHT. THE ARIZONA LUMBER & TIMBER CO., v Judgo Hawkins Changes Off With Judgo Bethuno. The John Ilawlts Trial Takes Up the Tlinn at the Court luring Tuekdavand Wodnea- da- JihIi) ll.iuRiin inlj'iiiiiii'il I lie Dis trict, (.iiiii t fast Tliursil.iy until Muii ilny, n plump1 f vpiiiih liiiving Iihom pr.tcil for in tliu iM3uf J. II. Iliiskins jr. m. K. n. I).ik. Jiulpi .1. i: Uetliiini', ulio u,n ...

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. — 1 April 1897

wmamm m m m llkWJ wHWiWiW rr-r &Ff i f!S WmEk p " ij .. I - nwiTin f hi ill lun i HM"sS".V s VKJ THE SUN-DEMOCRAT. JONES & JACKSON. Publishes. THE WORLD AT LARGE Summary of tbo Daily News. flA81inOTOJ NOTES. Pkesident McKimjcv f-avo a recep tion to newspaper correspondents on tho 23d. As a token of regard for ex-Senator Dubois and his efforts In behalf of the silver causo a number of senators and representatives of that faith In this congress tendered him a dinner at Washington recently. The board of managers of the na tional soldiers' homes met in annual Mission at Washington and took pre paratory action for tlio erection of a branch homo at Danville, III., fot which an appropriation of '"00,000 w ill become avallablo shortly. The board also provided for the distribution of the appropriation in aid of tlio homes in the- -0 states maintaining such in stitutions. It was said at Washington that Sec retary llliss would not serve out his terra as.secretary of tlio interior and t...

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. — 1 April 1897

V JK-.JT - t .' y"hTnffwft il ITfflf1 . Ntv I ,' i !,SSVSjj$i5 r Lv i . i l THE SUN-DEMOCRAT. JONES ft JACKSON, Publishers. SPRING. At last, O Joy, sweet aprlnp Is here, Though keen and cold Is still the wind, .And all tho earth lies bleak and drear. And Icy bonds the streams still bind. The scent of buds and coming flowers I In tho air, and Alls my heart, And soon the woods and leafy bowers Will In new life and beauty start. Trom yonder hedge, first of his clan, A bird begins his song to sing, As though he would do all he can To welcome back the sweet new spring. That sprlns Is hero scarce need be told, And soon the trees will all be green, And nature, robed In green and gold, , f Stand out In all her glorious sheen. yor from the sere leaves at my feet A modest violet lifts Us head, And with a fragrance passing sweet It warns me beed well where I tread. And here, too, at my feet, I see A daffodil with golden bell. As though about to ring, with glee The gladsome news It comes to tel...

Publication Title: Flagstaff Sun-Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Flagstaff sun-democrat. — 1 April 1897

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