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FLAGSTAFF, AKIZCXNA, THUESDAY, JULY 28, 1892.
K (DIRER 1G.
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TR3. SMITH ft SMITH, THE ALIlU.
Tua only dentists In Arizona or New Mex
ico n ho really cxUact teotlt ft lthout pain mid
without tho uso of cocaine, chloroform, or
laughing (, OOlco In Whiting Illoclc, Al
burquerque, Now Mexico.
I.. VAN IIOltN. ATTORNEY AT
law, Flagstaff, Arizona.
STEWART tc DOE. ATTORNEYS AT
Law. Olllco two doors west of tho Dank
hotel. Flagstaff, Arizona.
M.SANrORI, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
. l'rcscott. Arizona. Will Dractlco In all
lie courts of tho Territory.
PO. CORNISH. I'll YSICI AN AND SUR
. geon. t lagstatf, Arizona. Will answer
culls on ibeAtlantlc 1'aclSc Railroad.
R. JAMES M. MARSHALL DENTIST.
Office In the rear of Dr. Ilranncn's Drus
Store, riagstaft, Arizona. Teeth extracted
DR. D.J. BRANNEN. PHYSICIAN AND
Surgeon. Flagstaff, Arizona. Will re
spond promptly to all calls from any point
on the Atlantic & PaclBc Railroad. OfUco
ind drug storo opposlto the depot.
T O. O. F.-rLAUSTAFr LODGE. NO. 11.
I. meets cvory Saturday evening In Odd
Fellows' Hall. Vlsltlne brethren cordlallj
dlally Invited. W. W. Haobbuan-, N. O.
Heshy Heller, Secretary.
'LAGSTAIT LODOE, NO. 7. F. A. !.-
jumr meetings on tho Hist saiuraay
of each calendar month. Soluurnlnc
nreinren coroiaiiy in nea.
Ity order, David F. Hart, Master.
Max Salzmax, Secretary.
COURT COCONINO. NO KM. INDEPEND
ent Order ForcMers. hold regular meet
ings In Odd Fellows' Hall, I'lacstalT, every
Thursday u cuius. Visiting brothers and all
members In good stundtng are cordially In
vited to attend.
i, J W rrtAscts, O. R.
c. r. Rcmitt. r. s.
T 070. T. FLAGSTAFF LODGE, NO. 14.
. I , meets Saturday evening of each weolc at
Masonic Hall. All Good Tcinplan In good
standing cordially w elcomc.
W. II. NotiMAK, C. T.
HEMnr F. AsncnsT. R. S.
' i. . '.,
GA. R. - REGULAR MEETINGS OF
. Ransom Post. O. A. R.. No. 4. Depart
ment of Arizona, will bo held In O. A. R. hall
on second and last Saturday In each month.
.1. Outiiiiik SATAGt, Commander.
Wjj. D. Powell, Post Adjutant.
TTIRST St. E. OIIUKCII. CORNER OF
J7 Church and Lareux fctreets. N. F. Norton
Pastor. Preaching at 11 n. m. and 8:00 p. m,
Sunday's! Sunday schoal ut 10 a. m.. J. II.
Hosklns Jr., Superintendent. Class meetings
ut 12:13 p. in. Epworth League 6:30 p. m.
Prayer meeting Thursday oenlng at S.OO.
EIRST PRESRYTERIAN CHURCH. SAN
Francisco nvenue. Uov. Kobt. Coltman,
D., pastor. Sabbath School, 10 a m. ; morn
Ing sen lco, 11 a. in.; young people's meeting.
6:43 p. m.: evening (.ervlce. 8.00 p. m.s weekly
prayer meeting and Ulble studv, Thursdays,
at 8.C0 p. m. beats free Every one invited.
Cordial welcome for all.
JOUTHRIE SAVAGE. UNITED STATES
. Commissioner of tho District Court In tho
Fourth Judicial District of tho Torrltory
o Arizona. District Court Commissioner In
and for the County of Coconino. In said Ter
ritory, and VS. 8. Pension Notary. Admitted
to practice before the various bureaus of the
department. OfOco two doors north of the
ELAGSTAFF LII1RARY AND READING
Room Association. Reading room open
ly from 9 a.m. to 10 p. m. i Sundays, 3 to
10 p. ra. Cordial welcomo to all visitors.
A. P. Gibson, Librarian.
T TN1VERSITY OF ARIZONA. -SESSION
) begins September 30. Tuition free. Ag
ricultural collcce school of mines nnd prepar
atory courne. For catalogue address Secre
tary of University Faculty. Tucson, A. T.
Atlantic & Pacific R, R,
TIME TABLE NUMBER 34,
FRIDAY JULY 1st, 18D2.
Hli"-H fii -j
No. 3 (No. 1 No. 2 NO. 1
li'i'm'tflfOl P Uv CHICAGO Al 803u 8 30a
13 jQp 2.20 P iKAN"C1TVAi 70Ua 4 4up
".i. v 401 LvLAJUNTAAi W 45 a 7 lOp
g ) 4 03 a lv Albuquerque ar 1 ut 140a
7 50 a 9 03 a Mitchell 2 33pliilu
8 33 a 9 50 a Coolldge 1 45 p 11 53 p
g 55 a 10 13 a WIngato 120pll23p
9D0allC0a Gallup 12 40pl0 40p
1115a Ida I Navajo Springs 1027 a 820p
12 20P 3 20 1 Holbrook 9 05 a 6 43p
1 4Up ftl5r Wlnslow 7a3a 3 15p
4 10p 7 50i Flacstaff S;a 3 OOp
6 OOp 9tni Williams 3 55a 1 2up
6 53 p 10 40 p Ash Forks 2 23 a 11 55 u
8 00 1 11 50n Prescott Junction 1 53a 10 40a
9 Si i 2 15 a ' Peach Springs 12 15 a 6 43 a
it r. 503a Kingman 10 lOp 620a
1 43 a 7 43 a Tbo Needles 7 no p 3 20 a
tiuulOOOa Fcnncr S27p 130 a
B05al?40p llagdad 2 53ptll0p
9 10 a 3 Mil Daggett , 12 23 p 8 25 p
9 30 a 4 35 par Parstow lv 11 45 p 8 03p
7 40p ar Mojao lv 8 23a '
2 4ip Ar Las Angeles Lv 12 20 p
7 jpp Ar San Diego Lv 8 40a
im Arfsn I ranVoLv ft .lp
Albuquerque A.T. S. 1. U. R., for all
points east and south,
Prescott Junction Prescott and Arizona
Hallway for Fort lilpnlo and Prescott.
vBarstow California Southern Railway for
1os Angeles, San Diego and other Southern
California points. .,,.
Mojavo Southern Paclflo for San Fran
rlfo Sacramento and Northern California
PULLMAN TALACE SLEEPING CARS.
No change Is mado uv Sleeping Car Pns
engerslctnrcn San 1 ranclsco and Kansas
City, or San Diego and Los Angeles and Chi-
The Grand Canon of tho Colorado, hitherto
Inacccssabloto tourists can bo reached by
taking this lino Ala Peach Springs, and a
stago ride from thenco of but I went) -three
miles. This Canyon Is tho grandest and most
wonderful of nature's works.
Stop at Flagstaff and hunt deer, bear and
wild turkey In tho magnificent plno forest
of tho ban Francisco uiountalus. or visit tho
anclcnt ruins of tho Cao and Cliff Dwellers.
" T. H.Osncr, General Superintendent, Al
biiiiucrquc. N. Si
's iusnvH. Van Sltcic, General Agent, Albu-
nurrquc.N. SI. . .
i-Vi. A. 11J88EIU General Passenger Agent,
The Oldest Rank la Northern Arizona.
Interest Paid on Tims Deposits,
Collections a Specially.
Heferrnces-W. a Btrong, rroldent A.T. A
a V. llallrosd Company: Ellli Wslnwrlght.
tlanuing Dlroctor Aritona Cattle toaipsny,
St. Louis, Ho.: Hank of California, Can Vr&n.
Your Banking Business Solicited.
J. H. HOiKINS, Jr., Cashier.
All tbo FasMonaWo and Latest Styles
MJ)E TO ORDER.
A GOOD FIT GUARANTEED.
FINE ASSORTMENT OF
-WEEDS AND CORRSLREWS.
A SELECT LINE OF
ALWAYS ON Wn
BOOT and SHOE MAKER.
Shop ui. M. K. Church, Flagstaff.
Ladles and gentlemen's fino work a
specialty. Repairing neatly done.
Hoots made to fit the foot and euro your
corns and bunious. Tito model ol your
foot is taken. Special attontion given
to tho fitting of deformed feet. All
kinds of boots and shoes made to order
on short notice. A flrst-clast boot and
shoo shop. A good stock of sole and
tipper leather on baud. Heel bracos
anl shoo findings for ranchmen kept in
stock. Rubber patching. All wotk
warranted. Opp. M. E. chinch.
Finest Quality and Breeding.
Everything usually kopt in a first-elass
baker)", can be had.
BgfiOrclcis left at the Hawks Houcs
tvill be promptly filled.
J. P. HAWKS. PROF-.
Has oponcd a new
BLACKSMITH '-:- SHOP!
East vf Babbitt's Store,
All kinds of general black
nmithing promptly nnd satisfac
iionsH siiontNc a hpccialtt.
The Wagon Shop in connection
is in chargo of II. Van Norman.
GIVE THE HEW SHOP YOUR WORK.
T D X
Hose, Shirts, Ties,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
Just received, and which we
would be pleased to have
Summer -i- Underwear
From $i .25 a suit up to $4.00.
Gent's Hose, 3 pair for 25 cts.
up to 50 ct3. a pair.
Gent's Handkerchiefs from 10
cts. each to $1.50 each.
Come, see the goods
and get prices, and
we know you will
C. B. TAPPAN,
Sir Arthur Sullivan realised $00,000
by his Bonjf, "The Lost Chord."
Two Paris thea'ters havo discharged
tho women ushers nnd put on men.
Funds are bein;? collected to purchase
tho house in Hallo wbero Handel was
born, on Fob. 03, 1035.
Tho domand for loading men Is grow
ing ail the time, nnd tho right meu from
tbo ranks don't teem to come.
it ts reported that handsomo Arthur
Piteie. of tho "King Kaliko" company.
U,ui married an englishwoman with a
MusHonet has great confidence in his
now opera, "Worthcr," composed in
1880. He is writing another opera in
live acts, called "Thois."
W. S. Gilbert Is tho author of Charles
Wyndham'B now play. Oilbert onco
described that omiuent London actor
manager ns "tho best Charles Wynd
ham on tho stage."
London has forty-fonr theaters, with
,1 capacity for seating 70,000 spectators.
Its music halls and other places of
amniemcntnnmbers 473, with u capacity
of uioro than fiOO.OOO.
Donuun Thompson says tho uet prof
its of his thirty-two weeks' season with
Tho Old Homestead" wero $131,000.
Ho plowed twelvo weeks in Bostou to
$ 14.1.0UO gr. seven weeks in Philodel
phu to $75,000 und in Chicago to $.57,000.
Tho legitimate draratl, 3 Davenport
and Forrest understood it, hits m) placo
un tho Rtago today. Tho tastes of tho
.iter goers nowadays nro vory strongly in
favor of light and nluiost farcical com
edy, nnd tho most serious moods do not
descend deeper than society plays.
Although alive to the exaggerations
which often characterizes stories about
the compensation given to great nrtisut.
the London News is disposed to credit
tho assertion that Mrno. Patti will re
reivo $202,.5CO for iter next yejr's Ainerl
rati tour, or $-1,600 upioco for forty-fivo
WHISPERS ABOUT WOMEN.
Aliss Charlotto 51. Yonge, tbo author,
h& given $10,000 for building a mission
ary college at Auckland, New Zealand.
The widow of Professor Richard A.
Proctor has married lie" third husband,
tiho was formerly ht .laughter of a
merchant in St. Joseph.
JMisfl Mary Graham, a Wesleyan grad
uate, and Miss Mary A. Scott, a Vassal
graduuto, nro the first two women to be
awarded fellowships at Yalo.
Miss Clara Barton is tre.isorcr of the
Nntional institute, nn organization in
rorporated under a national oh ji ter for
promoting tho highor education of wo
men. Mrs. Horatio Brooks, a very energetic
woman, is conducting a foundry and
locomotive, buildiug establishment at
Dunkirk, which turns out a new loco
motive every day.
Tho appointment of Dr. Mary Pataaci
Jucobi as visiting physician lo St. Mark's
hospital in New York marks tho first
yielding of professional prejudico in
favor of a woman doctor at n man's
Hospital in tho state.
Ono of tho largest oar building estab
lishments in tho country has for tho
dosi;;ner of interior car decorations a
womau, Miss Caroline Kelly. Under
her aro over twenty young women who
aro engaged in tho samo work.
WORLD'S FAIR NOTES.
Innnraco aggregating moro than
1,000.000 is now carried on tho World's
Many relics of the Cabots, tho early
English voyagors to America, will bo
exhibited at tho exposition by n coramit
too formed for that purpose in Bristol.
England, where the Cabots lived.
An international chess congress in
connection with tho World's fair is lw
mg advocated, nnd may bo accounted
certainty, as some of tho most influen
tial chess associations and clubs are
strongly in favor of tho idea.
Tho 00.000 Woild's fair appropria
tion which Greece has made will bo de
voted in largo pat t to tho preparation
for oxhibit of reproductions ia cast of
the many famous specimens of ancient
Greek art now owned by tho govern
ment. Visitors to tho exposition will be able
to go comfortably and expeditiously
from ono part of tho grounds to another
and obtain advantageous views of tho
buildingt. They may do this either in
electric boats through tho lagoons or by
tho intramural olevated ojectric railway.
AROUND THE THRONES.
Queen Victoria is completing the
tlfty-lifth year of her reign.
Tho omprebs of Germany plays tho fid
dle whenever sho gets tho chanco.
Tho young khedivo of Egypt I3 now
entitled to rank as a grand commander
of tho order of .tho -Bath, Queen Vic
toria having commissioned his decora
tion. Tho order of tho Lion of tho Nether
lands, which tho Dutch queen regent
lias recently conferred on M. Carnot, is
cot bestowed with a lavish hand and is
therefore raro enough to be highly
Tho king and queen of Italy will cele
brate their silver wedding next year,
but they havo expressed a strong desire
that nil public demonstration should bo
avoided on account of the country's
Tho king of tho Belgians aspires to
havo one of the finost shooting estates
tn Europe. His majesty has just pur
chased a largo and valuable "shoot,"
formerly tho property of Count do Cun
dry. It is known as Villers sur-Lesso.
CHATS ABOUT KCH.
Lincoln, Grant nnd Harrison, tho only
Republican presidents renominated,
wero renominated on tho first ballot.
Tho Earl of LonBdalo is tho most
prominont patron of piizo fighting in
England, and ho is also a patron of
thirty-eight church livjngs.
Cyrns Thomas claims to havo discov
ered tho koy which will unlock tho mys
tery of tho Maya codices nnd probably
of tho Central American inscriptions.
Tho Japaneso minister to Washing
ton wears in his turban a magnificent
opal, almost U3 big us n pigeon's egg,
set in a frame, of sparkling diamonds.
To interview Scuator Gorman is not a
difficult matter. That is, it is not hard
to gain nn audience. Ho h readily uc
cessiblo to any properly accredited jour
nalist. General Mengin Secreulx, tho dean of
tho Trench army, was born at Nancy,
March 12, 1700. Tho next in succession
is Count d'Anthouard-Vraincourt, bom
Dec. 25, 1703.
Governor Foraker's youngest son has
been christened Arthur St. Clair, after
tho first governor of Ohio. Governor
St. Clair was u gallant but bluff old sol
dier of tho Revolution.
Boston is profoundly shocked because
Bishop Phillips Brooks persists in wear
ing u bobtailed coat. This'cxcitement
is akin to that aroused by tho mustache
of Chief Justico Fuller.
Father Duron, a Catholic priest of
Springy Garden, near Madison, Wis.,
who rescued the daughter ofM. -Orsiui.
a Paris millionaire, from drowning in
the Mediterranean sea last winter, has
been presented by nor father witli C""'1'.
Tho city of Nnutcs Is proud of tho
distinction of being tho birthplace and
homo of General Mcllinct, nnd gave
him a grand reception recently on his
ninety-fifth birthday. General Mellinet
was asous-lioutenant in 1814. and fought
at Scbastopol and Magonta.
FADS OF FASHION.
A fetching floral bonuet is of vieux
roso roses In n flat, closo fitting shape
with a Mario Stuart front.
Sheer snow wliito wool fabrics are
very fashionablo mado up with border
of jacqueminol red, palo copper, prim
roao yeilow or resoda green.
Ribbon rucbings are among fashion's
favorito trimmings this season. They
can bo had ready mado at tho shops in n
great variety of colors and shades of
color. Laco tuchings como prepared in
tho samo way.
Tho Spanish flounce is being intro
duced by leading modists. On tho plain
bell skirt, about a half yard from tho
waist, about tho front and bides only, is
set tho deep, unlined flounce, with a
heading abovo tho singlo lino of shirring.
Heliotrope which has not been much
favored this season, Is coming in. as it
wero, at the top. Tho newest bonnets
and hats aro in a pale shade of thU color
and nro trimmed with lilacs, heartsease,
violets or jonquils intormlxed with green
velvet ribbon nnd ecru guipuro laco.
Bangs nro doomed, notwithstanding
tho fact that by them raoro woinouhavo
been mndo beautiful than "by all tho
jewelry and flnery that was ever do
signed for thorn. Ilowover, tho fiat has
gono forth, and tho pretty adaptable
fringo of hair must now givo placo tu
soft waves with curling cmb worn low
on tho brow. Chicago Post.
THE LATEST NOVELTIM.
A flying goose in wliito enamel is a
now scarfpiu design.
Silver mountings nro now mndo for
leather pads Intended to hold telegraph
A small ornamental clock is set in n
carved wood caso fashioned to represent
a wroath of laurel.
A pocket corkscrew comes in a silver
caso designed to represent a cigar. A
band about tho middlo of tho cigar is
reproduced In enamel.
Tho handles of walking sticks aro now
studded witu small silver ornaments.
S?omo of theso represent nail heads nnd
others aro in tho form of flowers do luce.
Elaborately chased buckles of gold
and silver, intended for uso on suspend
ers, have recently appeared. To them
aro attached short chains with wiro but
tonholders to go over the buttons of the
A peculiarly shaped pearl has been
used by a Now York jeweler In making
a novel watch charm. Tho gem resem
bles a horso chestnut nnd tho jewclet
has fashioned in gold an imitation of
halftho outer shell. In this tho peail
Is set, making a very good Imitation of
nature. Jeweler's Weekly.
Tho Missouri, Kansas and Texas Rail
way company has finally decided to
mako Velasco its southern terminus nnd
The general inannger of tho Wiscon
sln Centra railroad Isieportod tohattf
said that nil the trains pn that lino Jjrlll
bo rnu by olectricity beforo tho Cdpim
blan exposition Is over. '
Tho statuo of Marshal Noy, which had
stood for forty years on tho spot whero
he was executed, has been removed to
mako way for a railroad track, and ono
of tho historic siteaof pari3 is effaced.
Tho Pullman 'Palaco Car compnhy Is
building twelvo handsomo coaches for
tho Southern Pacific company for uso In
through traffic between Chicago and
San Francisco. Tho cars will havo two
drawing rooms and will bo somewhat
longer than thoso now in uso.
Pittsburg, Lnko Erio and Chicago is
tho name of a new road that has been
incorporated in Ohio. It Is tho purposo
to mako this road part of "a new route
between Pittsburg and Chicago. The
Ohio portion of it will run through tho
towns of Oberlin, Medina, Akron, A1H
nnco, New Lisbon, Sandusky, Napoleon
end Bowling Green.
A PROFESSIONAL LEG BREAKER.
Slaking ullutlneis of railing on llml Side
wall.n mid Getting liaiuautt.
Tho autl-.orities of Anaconda, Mon.,
havo tent lottcrs of inquiry hero In re
gard to ono C. F. Burkhart, who, it ap
pears, had sued that city for $.5,000 dam
ages for a broken leg and other injunci
sustained, it is claimed, by 11 full upon
tho sidowalk there some time ego. If
Burkhart is not nu assumed namo the
man is not known hero. Tliero aie tav
cral features about tho case, however,
that iccall tho career in this section of
ono of the shrewdest confidence men
who over worked a gaino In Illinois.
The man's namo was Landers. He
was an expert telegraph oixu-ator nnd
one of tho smoothest of talkers. Land
ers mado it a regular business for sev
eral years of traveling through tho state,
falling down on .bad sidewalks in coun
try towns, and breaking his leg. It was
always tho same leg that was broken.
A heavy damage suit followed each
accident, and the man fairly coined
money at his peculiar business. His
success in towns nnd small cities fired
his ambition for greater things. Ac
cordingly, fifteen years or moro ago, ho
went to St. Louis, found a bad placo In
the pavement on Oliver street, and
promptly till down nnd broke his leg
lie afterward compromised tho mat
ter with tho city for $2,000 and actually
secured every dollar of it. After that
Landers camo hero and pencd up ono
of tho largest rotall grocery stores in tho
state of Illinois. Tho place was run
upon metropolitan principles, nnd mado
a fino show ing for a country store. Tho
trndo of the town, howover, did not
justify tho outlay, and tho country
grocer eocn went to the well. After
tho failure of tho business ho left it to
stralghton out itself, and returned to tho
moro profitable business of leg breaking.
As a pretender Landers had uo su
perior, and few if any equals. Some of
the best physicians wero taken in by tho
fellow. He submitted to painful opera
tions with wondexful fortitude. A num
ber of physicians, whoso honesty has
never for n moment been questioned,
havo gono upon the witness stand in
court nnd taken a solemn oath that tho
man's leg had been broken and reset by
them, when iu reality tho fellow had
never been hurt nt all.
Tho man's ability as n pretender in
that lino was equaled only by his ability
to tell with wonderful effect a talo of
woo. His pitiful story was told in such
n manner that it carried conviction with
it. It seldom or uet er failed to bring
about tho desired verdict. Landers
finally drifted to, Chicago, whero he was
ranght in somo swindle and was sent to
tho Joliet penitentiary for n term of
years. Tho term expired several years
ago and tho leg breaker left for the
great nnd growing west. Ashley (III.)
A roolhardjr Girl.
A quite thrilling incident occurred on
tho straight stictchof tho lino of tho
New York and Now Jersey railroad be
tween Woodridgo and Corlstadt Sunday
afternoon As u passenger train was
proceeding ut full speed, a Bixtcen.year
old girl left her half dozen companions
iu tho roadway that runs near tho track
and stepped quickly In front of tho lo
comotive, which was not moro than S00
Sho was laughiug defiantly, facing tho
locomotive, standing squarely between
the rails, and tho engineer know that
she was bent upon mischief and not
upon suicide. Ho mndo tho passengers
jump on their soats with the blood curd
ling whistle that be sent out of bis en
gine, but tho girl between tho rails
snapped her fingers and danced deri
sively, Tho engineer had to stop tho train or
run over her. Of the two evils ho chose
tho one ho supposed to be tho Ie.v-er.
His fireman did not agree with him, but
there was 110 time to arguo tho point.
When tho locomotive was brought to a
standstill Us pilot was hardly Ave feet
from tho girl's skirts. "I told them
you'd havo to stop," bho eald. "I knew
you daren't run over me." Then 6ho
laughed and ran after her companions.
.Slnslnit Ills Way Out.
Every 'now and then Sing Sing prison
furnishes a romance, and a caso in point
is tho story told about Alfred Sheridan,
whoisservhga term for forgery. Ho
was eugaged to be married in the week
ho was arre.ited for his crime, and so de
voted was his fiancee that Bho expressed
a willingness to marry him even behind
tho prison bars; but this ho would not
allow. Sho often goes to visit him, and
as they are both fond of musSo they
Xing together, to the delight of tho pris
oners. Bne has written several pietty
songs nnd sent them to Sheridan. He
has also composed soveral songs in his
One of his compositions, entitled
"Sweet Little Mary Ann," was written,
by jotting down tho notes on a piece of
cardboard abo whistled the uir. He
has Eold itHo a Now York rausio pub
lisher for twenty-fivo dollars and 1,000
copies. With tho cash and what ho ex
pects to realize from his 1,000 copies he
has engaged a lawyer to present his case
o tho governor for n pardon, and as a
preliminary his sweetheart Is soliciting
signers to a petition to,ba presented to
tho governor at tho same time. New
Fopulnua Chicago Water.'
Professor W. S. Haines, of Chicago,
says; "Water that contains nn to 230
bacteria to tho cubio centimeter is
classed ns good water." Iu Chicago
water examined by him during tho last
fow months ho found nt no timo lesi
than 2,000 bacteria to tho cubio centi
meter, and bomotimes as high ns 8,000.
-Chicago Tribune. ' '
A Mathematical Curffftltjr.
Jacques Inaudi, n young Frenchman
twenty-four years old, is astonishing Hio
peoplo of Paris with hb marvelous fcits
of mental calculation, which surpass
anything that has cer been known be
fore of a similar character. Ho in
forms multiplications nnd divisions of
numbers of twenty-four figures, nnd ex
tracts tho tqtiare anil cube roots of num
bers with almost incredible rapidity,
and an hour afterward ho will repeat
every number written ujwh tbo black
board upon which bo lias boon operat
ing. His memory In prodigious, bnt his
mnemonic powew ,v. cxclnsi vely turned
toward uumcrical c,, "r.tions and alge
braic problems. The joung calculator
bcarccly knows how to read or wnto
and docs not interest himself in tiny
other pursuit thau calculating, vyhicb
amuses him constantly. '
His method of multiplying is simfilo
nnd natural, although different from the
common one. Instead of beginntng'at
tho right by units ho mnltiplies in
round numbers of a singlo llguro each
and adds tho products. In this way bo
will multiply two sums of. threo figures
eacli in six seconds.
Wb.Ho Inaudl's power, like that of a
musician who plays "by car" without
knowing a note, bar a fascination, it
cannot bo reconciled with science, for
whoso methods and formulas ho has a
'high disdain. -.
If Inaudi, hoyvover, could bo persuad
ed to explain his mode- of procedure
fully and allow it to bo published, it
would certainly mako a pamphlet well
worth reading and preserving as h
mathematical curiosity. Youth's Com
panion. No Tun t a Japanese Auction.
"Every woman nt bomo timo or an
other has a mania for auction going."
said a young woman who has been
around tho world several times and 13
full of bright, witty anecdotes ard
jokes on herself that sho has no scruples
in tellingfor the benefit of her interested
"I v?m just nt the height of this fever
when papa carried mo off to Japan, and
consequently you can imagino my do
light when, in unu of thoso funny little
towns of that far off land, wa .'jjt-u
that an auction was to tako place.
"Hero was ray opportunity. If I en
joyed the spirited bidding in Cnglu-h,
how much moro exciting it wonid brfm
this unknown land and in tho odd little
booth that served as the auction ruom.
"The first object to be sold waR a cu
rious bit of bamboo furniture, aud It aa
held high by tL auctioneer fof all to'si-o.
"It did not seem to tako, however, for
no one eald n word, though they all
looked hard at it and then inarched off
to n black box in tho corner, in which
thoy deposited certain littlo slips.
"My curiosity being aroused at this,
an English speaking Jap who stood near
tne explained that it was their method
of conducting e, sale. The bits of paper
represented each ono's bid, and when nil
had deposited their slips ti;o box was
opened and tho highest amount offered
bought tho article.
"Imagine my disgust. Nonolso, no
excitementr entirely too prosaic for mo.
Thcreforo 1 came away feeling I had
been at a funeral." Philadelphia Times.
Tho Vrloclpedo Iu the French Army.
What was at first regarded as a sim
plo amateur venture in tho way of ex
periment tho French velocipede for
servico on land nnd water as well is
now treated by tho Maiscillcs papers as
a practical and nvailabio mechanism.
Instead of skeleton wheels tho wheels
aro mado hollow, so that when tho
machino enter? tho water they support
tho devico with its rider; they nro also
grooved on thr-ir circumference with
rubber tire for laud use. At tho sides
of tho wheels aro small coppor paddles,
and when the machino is run from tho
land into the water these servo to pro
pel it, bo that, while tho machine can
mako very good speed on land, it is ablo
to mako about three miles an hour iu
water with the raine exertion that is
needed for its propulsion on a good road,
It is stated that it does not easily tip
over when in tho water, and that when
somo special features havo been still
further perfected its efficiency and use
fulness will bo largely enhanced. Tho
points mentioned in which improve
ments aro desirable aro tho addition of
airtight compartments, enlargement of
tho paddles and a reduction of tho
weight of tho eutiro machlue. New
An llililblt of Army Uniform.
.One of tho most interesting exhibits in
tho Government building nt the World's
fair will bo a display of arms, uniforms,
tents nnd flags In uso in tho United
States army at varioui times since 1770.
This display is being prepared in one of
the Gray's Ferry arsenal buildings. A
spaco of 0,000 square feet has been set
nsido for this exhibit. Tho uniforms
will bo draped upon lay figures nnd ur
ranged in realistic attitude.
Tho ono particular group in which
especial pride is taken is to consist of
seven fignies on horseback, representing
a general of tho present army nnd staff
Tho central llguro will be as uearly na
possible nn exact likeness of Major Gen
eral Schofield. All tho articles wero
mado entirely by Americans and of
American materials. There is a collec
tion of nt least twenty-fivo flags, and
theso alone aro valued at $tf,000. Phila
Tho Ilat U I)4iccruu.
Dr. S. D. Weber, assistant stato vet
erinarian of Pennsylvania, ndvances tho
theory that tho iat is a transmitter of
6omo of tho most dangerous diseases
which afflict humanity, chief of which Is
tuberculosis or consumption. Ho cilcs
tho results of post 11101 teni examinations
on moro than 1,000 of tho animals iu
proof of tho theory. Dr. AYebersays
that nowhere does tho ubiquitous Vatfdo
moro harm ns a dibeaso transuiittcr'thaii
iu the farmyard and bam, where Iho
comes into contact with tho cattle and ;s
horses. Philadelphia Press. to r-