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FLAGSTAFF, AltlZONA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1892.
law, lYnKslsitr. Arizona.
t v IIIHIV. ATTfUlMiY
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O Law. Ullloo two doors west of llio Hunk
luitol. l'lnRstiiff, Arizona.
tlio courts of II
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T) O. COltNlSH. PHYSICIAN ANI SUIt
I . Kcon. KliiR-mir. Arizona, lll answer
culls on tlioAtliintlc A I'uclllc ltallroau.
it. JAMES M. MAKSII.YMj duxtist.
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mmiihI promptly to all culls from any pout
on tlio Atlantic A. I'aclllc Itallroad. OlUce
ml ilniK More opposite tlie depot.
Tf O. O. K.-rLAOSTAlT LODOE, NO. II.
J . meets oi cry Saturday ovenliiK In Odd
fellows' Hall. VbltliiR liretlircn corUlally
dlally Invited. W. S. I)eci.oss. X. 0.
J. L. TitEAT, Secretary.
1?IjAGSTAIT LODGE. NO. 7, V.ti A. M.
J"1 ltctnlur meetings on fourth Monday
nUhta mery calewl ir iiiiinth. (.'ailed meet
lues every other Monday night for work,
Uy order, luvio 1 . Haiit, Master.
Max Saijan, Secretary.
niTi!T i-nciYNMXO.NO. KM. INPF.l'ENP-
I . ent Order I'oresters. holds reRular mcet-
Incs In Odd Fellows' Hall, 1'lap.tafT, otery
Thursday otciilnil. Vliltlns brothers iiiul all
members In cowl stumiing nro cortiiany in-
vlted to attend.
J W . 1 iuxcis, C. It.
('. T. KurfNEii. It. S.
JO. O.T. FLAGSTAFF LODGE, NO. 14,
. meetN Saturday evening of each week at
asonlc Hull. All Good Templars In Rood
Mandlng cordially welcome.
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W. II. NOltHAN. K.S.
17IUST M. E. CliritCH. CORNEIt OF
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Pastor, l'reachlns at II a. in. and 7:30 p. in.
Sunda's; Sunday Mlioal at 10 a. in-J. 11.
HosklusJr.. superintendent. Class meetliiRs
at 12:15 p. m. Epworth LeaRuo 8:M p. m.
l'rayer meeting Thursday e cuius at 7:30.
MUST l'KESHYTEKIAN CHURCH. SAN
Francisco avenue, ltev. uoiit. loiimaii.
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. unstor.-fubiiatii scnoot, iu a in.; morn-
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prujcrmcetlnsnnd lllhle study, Thursdays,
ai:jup. m. seals iree r.ery wnu iiiviieu.
Cordial welcome for all.
JOt'TIIltlE SAVAGE. UNITED STATES
. Commissioner of the District Court In the
Fourth Judicial District of tho Territory
of Arizona. District Court ComiulaMoner In
nnd for tho County of Coconino, In said Ter
ritory, and IJ. S. Pension Notary. Admitted
to practice, before tho various bureaus of the
department. Ollico two doors north of tho
-TTLAGSTAFF MIIKAKY AND ItEADIXO
X Doom Association. Ueadtn'R room open
(Tally from ll a. n. to 10 l. hi.; Sundajs, 2 to
10 p. in. Cordial welcome to all sltors.
A. 1'. UiiisoN. Llhrarlun.
TOIt SALE. - i'O Sl'AXISH - MEIUXO
J'1 bucks, by McMillan A. Goodwin. FIuRstntT,
N7vEUiTYoi' AD1ZOXA. - SESSION
lieslns Septemlwr 30. Tuition free. Ar
rlculturul collese hclinol of mines and prepar
atory course. For catalogue address Secre
tary of I'nlxerslty Faculty. Tucson. A. T.
Lingo & Whitlock,
Having leased tho Wilcox shop, on
Ilumpliroy street, between Railroad
avenuo nnd Church street, wo invit
thoso in need ol work in our lino t
givo us n trial.
ALL WOUK GUARANTEED.
Atlantic &. Pacific R,H.
TIME TABLE NUMBER 32,
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 18, 1891.
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points east and south.
1'rescolt Junction l'rcscott und Arizona
Hallway for Fort Whipple and l'rcscott.
llurstow- California southern Itullwur for
La Angeles, Snn Diego and other Southern
Mojave southern l'aclllo for San I ran
Cisco, saciniiiuiio and Norliurn California
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ji . uuu ivunsa.
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The Giand Canon of thu Colorado, hitherto
Inaccfssalilclo tourists can lie reached by
tukliii; this lino ila 1'each Springs, and it
staKO ride from thenco of but twenty-tlireu
miles. This Canyon Is tho grandest and most
wonderful of nnttiio's works.
Stop at Flagstaff and hunt deer, bear and
wild turkey in tho miignltlcent pine forest
of tho San Francisco mountains, or visit thu
"ancient ruins of tho Cao and CHIT Dwellers.
T. It. Oaiiki, General Superintendent, Al
ii iniiernuu, N. M.
llE.vuv S. Van Slyck, General Agent, Albu
(luemuo. N. M.
V. A. ltitSEM.. General Tasscugcr Agent,
Albuijuercjue, N, M.
Tha Oldct t Bonk la Northern Arizona.
Interest Paid on Time Deposits,
Collections a Specially.
ItofcrenoM-W. B. Strong, ProIdnt A.T. A
a F. llallroad Com pan ji Kills Walnwrlglit,
Managing Director Arizona Cattle Company,
St. Loaln, Mo. Dank ot California, Ban Iran,
Your Banking Business Solicited,
J. II. H03KIN8, Jr., Cashier.
Lull the Fashionable and Latest Styles
MADE TO ORDER.
ftGOOD FIT GUARANTEED.
FINE ASSORTMENT OP
WEEDS AND CORKSCREWS,
A SELECT LINE OF
ALWAYS ON H'.vn
BOOT and SHOE MAKER.
Ilcnairinir Ne.itlv ilono. and Ladies'
and Gt'iitlcini'n's Fine Work a Spec
ialty. A kok! stock of Solo and Upper
I.e.'ltlior. lff.i.l llrnnnd nml nil bintl rif
Shoo Fiudliigs for sale. Cowboy JJooU
aiui too iimug oi vciormcu root a
bliop opp. JI. h. Cluncli, Hagstatl.
Everything usually kept in a first-class
bakery, can bo had.
BQOrricrs left at tho Hawks Hones
will be promptly filled.
J. P. HAWKS, PROF.
J. H. HOSKIHS, Jr.,
Representing tho Largest Lino of
Reliable Fire Insurance Go's.
IN NOIlTllEItN ARIZONA.
PnoPEnTY Insuked at Lowest Rates.
ITS CAUSES AND CURE
Scientifically treated by an aurlst ofworld
wldu repututlon. Deafness eradicated nod
entirely cured, of fruu S) to JO years' Htnud
InK. after all other treatment have .failed.
HowtliodlHIeuIty Is readied and the cause
removed, fully explained in circulars, with
ullldarltii nnd testimonials of cures from
prominent people, mulled free.
Finest Qualily and Breeding.
We have a few gentlemen's
California Flannel undershirts
that we will close out at the
very low price of
They arc goods that have sold
for sl.25 and 81-50 each
"all over town," but
WE WANT to CLOSE OUT
the few we have on hand, and
shall do so at the very low
C. B. TAPPAN,
A.n Ex-Membor Tolls Some Of
Tho Oriental Order of Humility
Wlilcli nourished in Tucson
.some Twenty Ycurs Ajfo
It was twenty years ago, Tucson was
the capital, anil tho legislature was in
scision. Times wore lively, ilrinks
weio two bits anil the "tliinl house"
vvivs quite as busy as its legalized con
temporaries. Among the members of this paiticti
liir hotly was one Henry Uigolow, from
l'rcscott, of pleasing appearance, tall,
with long, heavy black beard and a
fairly musical voice, a man to impress
ouo in address. He was also fond of a
practical joko of the deeper class for
many of which ho was quite as pecu
liarly litted as iu his duties as lobbyist.
Soon after his arrival iu Tucson talk
was about of a certain new secret so
ciety. "It is the best thing out; the
very best I have over seen," said a
nieinb. "Talk about your Masonic ,
fraternity, its symbols, its protection
and its fellowship, it doesn't compare
with our Oriental Order of Humility"
cald another. The society did seem
most popular, and no sooner did a man
become a member than his praises
were of tho loudest. "So scciet! so
deep! so mysterious!" Its ranks swelled
all being anxious topenctratcitsdeplhs,
anil awful mysteries. An ex-member
tells of an initiation:
"Wc all stood around the candidate,
each incognito from our black masks
and robes. All was Hilemn, still, iin
pi essivc. Higelow as head of the order
stood before the candidate anil drew
from him the most impressive oaths of
.solemn seercey, and the candidate
would shudder as Higelow said in his
deepest voice: 'Let tho grand final cer
emony bo performed!' All around was
deathly quiet. Not one of the solemn
black figures moved. Tho candidate
could hardly breathe for the awfulness
of tho occasion. Frightened and won
dering he was prostrated before a black
cut tain near. Down and down, till
his head touched the lloor. Still the
masks did not move. They might have
been of stone. Invisible hands drew
back tho curtain, and tho candidate
lifted his head and gazed oil tho em
blem of the order; a dilapidated bono
stood before his astonished gaze. Then
a laugh so loud and heaity that the
dupe gaed at the beast again. No, it
was not the animal; only the masks,
but how tlic enjoyed it! They almost
doubled, fimflrsMially at this portion of
the situation tho candidate demanded
that ho bo released. 'One more signal
my brother,' said Higelow; ouo more
signal, and then you are one of the
mysterious and wonderful order. And
now my brother, learn the signal of
distress. Will the brethren kindly
show tho candidate tho sigual of dis
tress, that ho may repeat, if likewise
iu distress.' Each of tho figures placed
his thumbs on his hips, and slowly
waved his hands back and forth in im
itation of an animal iuoing its cars.
'This means that the emblem of order,
otherwise the member, is athirst, and
would drink,' said thu chief. 'Are the
brethren athirst? If so give the sign
of tho order.' The brethren were of
cour&o athirst, and tho candidate was
supposed to acquiese iu their feeling,
provided ho followed by tho signal of
the distress, when asked to 'show how
it is done.' Invariably ho showed the
method, and o(T camo the masks. Al
most bodily tho candidate was carried
to the best bar iu town. Two bits a
drink meant $30 $00 or even $100 for
tho relief of tho distressed brethren,
nnd then plans were laid to take iu an
other candidate. Tho laic dupes were
of cotirso most anxious toat others be
caught, a preacher being among thoso
iuiatiated, who begged for dear life to
bo released when the emblem of the
order was introduced. That bar made
thousands of dollars from the Oriental
Order of Humility." Citizen.
JXrOH.MATlOX l'OIl A TJtAVJXlUt.
XVhy 3Ir, Churchill, of London, Do
cldccl to A'lBlt Arlzonn.
"Don't go to Kuropo until you have
seen all of this great land," said Fretl
ctick Bond; guest at the Itichlictt.
"That would not take long," au
swerd Thomas Churchill, of Loudon.
"You have no idea what you arc
talking about. Englishmen como over
here and stay a day or so in New York,
go to Niagara Falls, enjoy half a dozen
hours in Chicago, visit onu or two of
tho thriving western cities, then end
tho trip with a few days at San Fran
cisco. That is i hat some of them call
doing America. Hut you miss half of
tho sights. I was with a pat ty riding
over Arizona a few weeks ago, when
wo made a discovery which paid us for
tho long horseback jaunt.
. "W'v had tiavcled about live miles
over tho Apache bad laud, when we
found a lake entirely surrounded by
rndiaus. Tho color of the lake was
brown, and its cool breezes were of a
most fascinating odor. Wo were sur-
ptised to see half of the Indians with
their heads in tho water; the other half
were dancing and yelling as if on the
warpath. Our guide tilled a tin pan
with the contents of the lake, and wo
drank it; I never drank such a pleas
ing liquid in my life. If there had
been a cherry in the bottom of the pan
I would have taken an oath that wo
were tasting cocktails. Wo carried a
panful to town, and as a fact you could
'lot distinguish it from a manhattan
cocktail. It was tho most mysterious
incident that I ever came across, but
the phenomenon is easily explained b
the Atizoua sages.
"In prehistoric days that country
was covered with prickly pears or cac
tus, from which mescal is distilled.
Tills growth was covered with water
and iniiil, and heat and chemical forces
of the earth's interior worked upon the
process of distillation, just as oil is
formed beneath tho oaith's shell. Some
volcanic force pushed it out of tho
ground, and it was not'iing more than
a whiskey geyser. It disappears now
and then, but can bo found about half
Do you suppose it is tliero now?"
quickly asked tho Englishmen.
"Then I'll change my route and take
in Arizona." Chicago Herald.
Of feminine Interest.
Iu thirty of the largest cities of the
country there arc now well equipped
A grandaughtcr of George III, and
Hannah Eight foot, the Quakeress, his
morganatic wife, lives in Chicago:
There are a dozen women piano tun
ers in Philadelphia. The new Conserv
atory of Music of that city will give in
struction in piano tuning and regu
lation. Following tho example of India and
Japan, tho Siamese are about to estab
lish a school for native gills of high
rank under the management of En
To Lady Drook, tho noted English
beauty, is due the founding of a school
of needlework for poor girls near Eas
tern, in the midst of a poor agricultural
district. The school has been very
Mine. Modjcska has more faith in art
than in'mere feeling of the stage. She
is quoted as saying: "Hut I alwas
act worse when I feel most. Feeling
is all very well in a way, but it should
not dominate a part. Acting is, after
all, a littlo bit of feeling added to a
great deal of ait."
The gallant young gentlemen of the
St. Louis Medical College recently
handed iu a petition to the dean pray
ing for the exclusion of the lady stu
dents from the institution. The dean
gave the petitioners their choice of
withdrawing their names from the pa
per or leaving tho college.
Fraulein Helenc Langoof Hcilin has
proposed to the (Jennau government
that all girls bclwe.su tho ages of 18
and 52 years shall be compelled to servo
ono year as nurses iu tho hospital, at
tendants iu the people's kitchens, the
kindergartens, the homes for nurses,
governesses and servants in order to
increase the number of capable nurses
and attendants necessary iu war times.
Another marriage between an Amer
ican girl and a Chinese is chronicled.
Tho bride, Josephine Ncely, is the
niece of a Presbyterian clergyman, and
tho groom is a tea merchant, a natur
alized Amciican, and a Christian con
vcit. His name is James I)'. Urtico.
At Gloucester, Mass., tho golden
wedding of Captain and Mrs. Charles
Habsou recently took place. At one
time there were in tho reception room
live men, Captain Habsou, Judge James
Davis and Messrs. Calcf, Caswell and
John Habsou, who had been married
Pang Yttn, credited with being the
richest Chinaman east of San Francisco
has become the husband of Miss Ada
Not ton, a recent graduate of teo High
School in Indianapolis, where Yuu is
also in business, and described as tho
handsome and accomplished daughter
of a wealthy citizen of Indiana's
Mrs. G. M. Harris, an American wo
man, who for many years has resided
In Venice, is ono of those gcntlo hero
ines who are still remembered with
grateful affection by survivors of our
civil war. -In no less than forty-nino
battles this sweet Woman found oppor
tunity to" wait skillfully upon wounded
soldiers, in camp and upon Ihc field an
angel of mercy, whllo iu many a hos
pital alio cared impartially for the suff
ering on both sides, In en washing tho
weary feet of tho dust grimed nnd pain
AM) ST1I.I. IT OHOWS.
(Joort Crops. Ilcclproclty, the Xcw
Turin nnd Unprecedented Trade.
Taken altogether the past year stands
as the most striking iu the history of
the foreign trade of tho United States.
It is really remarkable iu how many
different ways the year is distinguished
beyond all other years aud takes first
Tho Bureau of Statistics hxs this
week furnished the statement for De
cember and the twelve months, and by
compatiug it with tho statements for
the j cars preceding we discover a num
ber of very prominent characteristics.
To cite only the more important ot
these, wc find-
First That wc exported more wheat
and Hour than ever before in any pe-
liod of twelvemonths.
Second That we also exported
more cotton than in any previous
Third. That our total merchandise
exports have never been equaled.
Fourth. That our imports havclike
wiso been unexcelled.
Fifth That the total trade (imports
and exports combined) is far iu excess
of that of any other year.
October was tho first month to break
the record, with exports of $102,877,
213. This was followed in November
by still better results, namely, a total
of $110,103,537, and now for December
as stated, we have an aggregate but a
triile below $120,000,000 Financial
Crisp And Casual.
False teeth increase life from four to
The government of Nicaragua offers
210 acres of coffee land to every mar
ried immigrant ane one hundred and
twenty to every single one.
A descendant of General James Ogle
thorp, the founder of Georgia, is suing
for a largo portion of Savannalt real
estate, to which ho believes himself
In computing a mail's age Chiuamcn
always reckon two years back from the
day w hen he celebrated his first birth
day; or, iu other words, as though he
were a year old at the time of his
The Belgian Minister of War lias just
decided that iu future every soldier
will bo furnished witli a small bone
disk, bearing the nanii, birthplace and
regimental number ol! the holder, so
that in tho event of his being killed or
injured on the field of battle identifica
tion will be easy aud rapid.
Out of each 1,000 people living there
died dining the year ending May 31,
1890, iu New York city, 27; in Brook
lyn, 25; in Boston, 21; in Philadelphia,
22; iu Chicago, 21; in Detroit, 20; in
St. Louis, 19, nnd iu Minneapolis' 17,
while iu the country districts the loss
was only 11 or 12 out of each 1,000.
Yuma! What recollections the uamo
itself brings up! Yuma, where they
dig for wood and climb for water;
where they chop wood with a sledge
hammer, cut hay with a hoe,, and plant
corn with a crowbar! Where there are
more Mexicans than Americans, and
more Indians than cither. Where tho
thermometer "seldom gets above one
hundred aud eighteen degrees in tho
shade," and where the wicked Yumaito
iu shcol sent home for his blanket.
Where- tho seat of honor is the left
hand, and the railroad hotel gives the
traveler tender beefsteaks. Where the
liver is the color of the earth, aud the
earth the color of tho water. Where
steamboats run comfortably on moist
sand, and the prisoners iu the peni
tentiaries keep store iu Iho prison
yard. Where tho girls arc "tough"
and the boys are "gentlo and refined."
Where they eat strawberries in Jan
uary, aud where tho desert blossoms
(sometimes) liko tho rose. Where
the rainfall is less in a year than it is
in Oregon iu a da-, and irlicro the old
mdn pitch pennies and fly kites.
Where the Indian man is practically
peaceful aud clean, aud where tho en
tire world seems topsy-turvy. Such is
Yuma, a no-man-s laud, where Califor
nia aud Mexico meet Ventura Free
Tho Dead Soldiers.
The bones and dust of tho men bu
ried iu the different post graveyards
throughout Arizona and New Mexico
will probably soon be gathered togeth
er in one camping ground, in the na
tional cemetery at Fort Leavenworth.
Tho government has advertised for bids
for their removal and the work of dig
ging up, disinfecting, re-boxing, etc.,
has begun iu sonic of the long ago
abandoned posts. From Fort defiance
there passed through Albuquerque, this
week, 32 boxes with tho dust of bravo
boys who 40 years, ago reported to the
Great Captain on the Other Side. How
light they were! Those wooden tents
and all that was left of tho stalwart
fellows who in those days stood bc-
tween tho Indian and Mexican, 3.5
pounds! It seems cruel to disturb them.
Restless and uncertain in life, iu death
their camp is but a bivouac, jet it is
best that before the inarch of eivih'zr
tion shall quite .stamp out their halting
place, they shall find sepulture in con
secrated ground. At Fott Union lio
many of both infantry and cavalry and
as yet it is not fully decided that they
will be moved. Fort Union should bo
preserved by the got eminent for a hos
pital and retreat and that tho authoii-
ties arc uncertain points to u hope that
this will bo its ultimate disposition.
Secretary of War Elkins knows it thor
oughly and caunot but be alive to tho
great advantage such a point would bo
in treating certain diseases.
New Mexico, irrespective of locality,
should unite infiirtheringsuchaschcmo
aud thus keep old Fort Union, as wo
hope Fort Marcy will bo kept, in tho
control of tho United States govern
ment as a military reservation.
A year ago four miners left Globo
for South America, two of them, Host-
man and Morton, were wcll-knowned
in Tombstone. One of the paity has
returned to Globe and tells the Silver
Belt of the wanderings of the nartv.
They landed at Pccasmayo, Peru, and
outlined at Gaqamarca, an inland citv
of Peru, from whence they struck out
for the land of promise to the cast
ward. Three of them were taken sick
and left behind at different places aloii"
tho route. The rumor of their ha in"
been attacked by Indians aud several
of the party killed, which was circula
ted here last fall, was without founda
tion. They had no serious encounter
with the natives, who except in tin-
most remote localities are not very
As regards the discovery of precious
metals the party were much disappoint
ed, having found no Iedjrcs or iilaccin
of importance, and in their travels they
met a party of Chilean prospectors who
had been out two years without dis
covering anything of importance.
upon reaching the naw'gable waters
of the Amazon, Schmcling and Morton
embarked iu a canoe, in which they
traveled down tho king of rivers a dis
tance of 1,500 miles. Morton stonned
at a large town on the Amazon, and
Schmcling continued his iourm-v to
Pera, where lie tookpassagconastcam-
er bound for New York. SchinelinL'
returns with a higher opinion of tho
United states aud well satisfied with
Arizona as a mining country. Globe
Iceland'.) Money (iunrded.
The Bank of England's doors arc now
so finely balanced that the clerk, Im
pressing a kuob.uuder desk, can close
the outer doors instantly aud thev can
not bo opened again except by special
process. Uiis is done to prevent tho
daring and ingenious unemployed of
tho great metropolis from nibbing the
famous institution. The bullion de
partment of this aud other great En
glish banking establishments are night
ly submerged iu several feet of water
by the action of tho machinery. " In
some of the London banks tho bullion
departments arc connected with tho
managers sleeping rooms, and an cn
trauco cannot bo effected without set
ting off an alarm near tho person's
Head. If a dishonest official, during
day or night, should take even as much
as one from a pile of 1,000 sovereigns
tho whole pile would instantly sink aud
a pool of water take its place, besides
letting every person in the establish
ment know of tho -theft Manchester
A white livcrcd, craven hearted, lcath
cv lunged, dwarf soulcd, chicken giz
zard, pudden brained, pigcoutocd,
weazel faced, buzzard billed, blear
eyed, hawk nosed, claw fingered, son
of Belial, suggested a day or too aero
that he would rather have the Flail
against him than for him. He thoucht
differently before this paper gave him
a twist for his meauuess Fremont
Mrs. Henry K. Uinlirr.ivn f T-n,.
City, Pa., is a great-grandmother at
the ago of 47. She was married when
she. was fourteen and her eldest child
followed iu her lrymoucal footsteps by
walking to the altar at tho aso of 15.
The grand daughter came iu duo time
aud was wedded when 1G, and now
every lady in Tower City is wonderinz
whether the, great-granddaughter will
bo married when she is 17.
A Wideawake Traveler.
Gambler Have a game of poker
Traveler Thank yon. I beg to' bo
Gambler Perhaps you object'? ti
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