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tSOOI) TEJU'lAHS' COLUMN.
EDITED AND MANAOED UNDEK THE AUSPICES
Or TLAGSTAFr LODQE NO. 11. I. O. O. T
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solicited for this column, and should bo ad
dressed to Box 121, Flagstaff; all such con
tributions, however, are subject to approval
,by tho editors.
Lodge meets every Friday oventng at the
0. A. It. Hall, 8 o'clock. Visiting members
Invited to attend.
F. C. Reed, Chief Templar.
Miss Alice Riioades. Secretary.
The injunction in tho case of Alice
Nelson vs. Tho Town of Flagstaff re
straining the officers of the corporation
from interfering with tho employment
of women as musicians in saloons, was
heard beforo Judge- Hawkins on Au
gust 7th, on a motion to dissolve. E.
S. Clark appeared as counsol on the
part of the corporatoin and E. M. Doe
was attornoy for tho plaintiff.
Tho matter was fully argued bofore
the court, and the iniunction was
promptly dissolved after tho hearing of
the merits of the case. Tha judge, in
discussing the questions arising in con
nection with tho caso, stated that he
was entirely satisfied that the corpora
tion had tho unquestioned right to pro
hibit women, or men either, from play
ing, singing, dancint' or anything of
the kind in saloons, and held that it
was well established as a principle of
law in every civilized country in tho
world that tho entiro business of deal
ing in liquor could be prohibited, and
that consequently any or erery de
moralizing accompaniment of tho busi
ness could be regulated or prohibited,
ire held that the Act undor which
Flagstaff is incorporated gave to the
city council sweeping authority in these
The decision is a complete victory
for law and order, and Mr. Clark de
serves the highest commendation for
tho vigorous and able manner in which
ho defended the legal position upon
which the city authorities were pro
ceeding in tho prosecution of the case
until restrained by the order of the
Tho ordinance has been repealed
since tho institution of the above ac
tion by tho city council, ostensibly for
tho reason that tho members of the
council believed that tho law could not
bo enforced for the reason that it was
"unconstitutional." This defect is now
entirely remedied by Judge Ilawkins'
decision outl-'ned above, and it now
remains to be seen whether tho council
in good faith repealed tho ordinance
for tho reason above stated or whethrr
it is true, as some beliove, that public
morals are held by the council to be
worth only about S10 a month. With
tho sanction of the above decision to
support thorn if an ordinunce tvas
passed which would give them author
ity we believe our city attorney and
marshal would soon stop tho employ
ment of women in saloons.
The decision may also bo taken as a
basis for several other reforms which
are so much needed in tho community.
The subject of one of the recommen
dations made by the grand jury at the
la3t term of court was in regard to
prizo fighting, and the section read as
follows: "Section 656 of the Penal
Code has been brought to our notice;
concerning prize fighting. Would
recommend that the officers enforce the
law in this matter." Tho recommen
dation is brief, but it is sufficient. The
officers now understand their duties
with respect to these brutal exhibi
tion.!, and we entertain no doubt but
that the law will be enforced to the
letter. It should be a matter for con
gratulation that the grand jury should
take this view of matters upon which
many substantial citizens look with
lleware of Toxic Ltruea.
Here is a rule tint every man and
woman should inflexibly adopt for
guidance: Never under any circum
stances take opium or any other toxic
drug unless prescribed by an intelligent
physician, says William ltosser Cobbe.
There are mothors present, and I wish
to utter to them a special noto of
warning. The lovo they bear their
children leads them to exaggeration of
tho ailments of the Jittlo ones, and
they are too prone to resort to medi
ciuo for their benefit. It is this prac
tico that is responsible for tho recep
tivity of young men for drugs and
alcohol. As I have said, these rem
edial agents reek with narcotics, and
all of them contain alcohol. Soothin"
syrups, cordials, drops, etc., are the
curse of childhood. The mother would
bo much kinder to her child if she
were to smother it with a pillow than
to give it these noxious drugs. Tho
cells of the human body readily adjust
themselves to any condition, and when
fdled with opiates in childhood they
ore ready enough to take them or
whisky, any sort of a toxic, because
they all affect tho cells measurably the
same when they reach young manhood.
Knowledgo of a fact remains. Tho
bodily colls have a persistent memory.
They have tho faculty of acquiring a
taste for anything. Once they have
learned to like opium they nevor forget
tho fact. Tho child who has been
given opium is far more likely to ac
quire this habit, and certainly can ac
quire it infinitely mote readily when
he is grown up than will one who Jias
no acquaintance with the drug.
Mothers, learn this fact, and bear it
always in mind. Do not go to tho sin
of the father for tho inebriety of your
sons. Drunken fathers do not produce
drunken sons. If a man is a drunk
ard or opium habitue inquire what
kind of medicines were given him as a
child. It is in tho nursery too fre
quently, and not in the saloon, that
drunkards aro made. Vinoland Out
look. BOAED OF SUPEKVISOES,
Office ok the Board of Supehvis- "I
ohs of the uountv of coconino,
Territory of Arizona, Flag
staff, Arizona, August 8, 1895.
Board mot at their office on the
above date, and there wore present:
A. A. Dutton, Chairman.
C. H. Sclmltz,
following business was trans-
On motion the clerk was instructed
to draw a warraut on tho courthouse
fuud for $3,877 50 in favor of H. Clem
outs & Co.
Tho clerk was also instructed to
draw a warrant on expense fund for
$50 40 in payment fur extra stoue work
A. A. Dutton, chairman of the
board, stated that it was his intention
to leave tho Territory about tho 17th
Instant, and ho would be absent about
sixty days. The board granted liim
leave of absence for that time.
Approved: A. A. Dutton,
Attest: C. A. Uusil.
Proposals for Building County Jail
Office of the Boaud of Supekvis-
ous of the County of Coconino,
Territory ok Akizona. Flag
stakk, Arizona, August 6, 1895.
' Notice is hereby givon that sealed
bids will be received uy the Board of
Supervisors of Coconiuo county, Ari
zona, until 10 o'clock a. m., on the 22d
day of August, 1895, for .the furnish
ing of material and construction of a
branch county jail in the town of Wil
liams, Arizona, as per plans and speci
fications now on file in the office of the
clerk of the board, a copy of which
may bo seen by applying to F. It. Nellis
at Williams, Arizona. By order of the
board. C. A. Bush, Clerk.
For Over Fifty Years.
Mrs. Winsluw's Soothing Syrup has
been used for over fifty years by mil
lions of mothers for their children while
teethiug, with perfect success. It
soothes the child, softens tho gums,
allays all pain, cures wind colic, and is
the best remedy for diarrhuea. It will
relieve the poor little sufferer imme
diately. Sold by druggists in every
part of tho world. Twenty five cents
a bottle. Be sure aud ask for "Mrs.
Winslow's Soothing Syrup," and take
no other kiud.
A. H. Grtioll was fatally injured
while working in a shaft in the Home
stead mine, near Prescott, last Sunday.
The Last Chance mine, four miles
west of Prescott, wns sold last Monday
to Chicago parties, making the second
important sale in that vicinity within
a week. Tho other sale was that of
the Planet Saturn mine to Boston cap
italists for $40,000 cash. Both prop
erties will bo extensively developed at
once, aud mills will.be erected for the
reduction of ore.
Hawnro of Ointments for Catarrh
that Contain Mercury.
As mercury will surely destroy the
sense of smell and completely derange
tho whole system when entering it
through the mucous surfaces. Such
articles should never be used except on
prescriptions from roputablo physi
cians, as tho damage they will do is
tenfold to the good you can possibly
derive from them. Hall's Catarrh
Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney
& Co., Toledo, O., contains no .mer
cury, and is taken internally, acting
directly upon the blood and mucous
surfaces of tho system. In buying
Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you get the
genuine. It is taken internally, and
made in Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney
& Co. Testimonials free.
B,Sold by druggists. Price, 75
cents per bottle.
The total valuation of assessable
property in Gila county for 1895
amounts to $886,339.
Tucson was visited with a rainstorm
last week which washed down a uum
ber of adobe buildiugs.
The next year's work of the Univer
sity of Arizona will commence Sep
tember 25th. Circulars containing
announcements aud information will
soon be issued by the faculty.
Abe Humphries a lawyer from Flor
ence, Arizoua, has skipped by tho light
of the moon, taking with him money
and valuables belonging to others;
also, among tho valuables, one Mr.
Douglass, a grass widow from Bob
ContructorNiipier Informs the Tempo
"News" that he has now on the ground
one-half of tho necessary cut stoue
trimmings for the new normal build
ing. Tho stono is from the Flagstaff
quarries aud is made ready for the
walls before it is loaded ou the cars.
The work of making brick is pro
gressing very satisfactorily, and it is
expected that work ou the building
will be instituted early uext month.
Joe Campbell died from the effects
of n gunshot wound received in tho
shooting scrape hist Sunday night at
Turkey Creek Station, .near Prescott.
He made a statement beforo dying that
ho had been shot by Ed Payne, who is
now in the hospital department of tho
couuty jail. Tho shooting of Ernest
Aruez was accidental, as tho bullet
which hit him was intended for Payne.
Tho trouble was caused by Payne pay
ing too much attention to Campbell's
A sad death occurred last night
about midnight when tho little three-year-old
son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Ebcrt, living on South Third struct,
passed away. Tuesday afternoon
while playing about the house the
little fellow found so mo matches which
iguited aud set fire to his skirts. Be
fore his mother could extinguish tho
flames ho was terribly burned from
the ankles to tho face. He lingered in
terriblo pain until last night, when
death relieved his sufferings. Herald.
Tho great Crowned King mine in
tho Bradshaw mountains, forty miles
from Prescott, has been bouded for
$500,000 by the owners, Place, Sheckles
aud Harrington. These gentlemen
received a cash surety pf $10,000. The
purchasers were the H. B. Chamber
lain Company of Denver, who aro ono
of the largest haudlers of mines in the
United Slates. The mine is an im
mense proposition aud has already
given a fortune to its owners. The
new owners will place improved ma
chinery at the mine and with a largo
force of men will make it one of the
greatest mineral producers hi Arizoua.
The home of Mr. and Mrs. W. K.
Perry, on South Stono avenue, was
struck by lightning about 12 o'clock
and shortly after tho family had re
tired for the night. Tho bolt liist
struck the gable of the house which
faces north, theu rau east about four
teen feet, tearing off the shingles for
two feet wido along its, course, then
turned down and into the diuingroom,
tearing a furrow in the wall as it
passed. A dresser lilted with dishes
and fruit was simply pulverized. It
passed through tho adobe, boring a
'hole about one and oue fourth inches in
diameter, uud entered the ground on
tho outside. Tho holo where it entered
the ground is about ten inches in
diameter and about eighteen inches
deep. Tucson Citizen.
Sheriff Scott aud Dr. S. M. Craig of
St. Johns went to Navajo, tho first part
of this week and exhumed the remains
of the prospector who it is supposed
was murdered some weeks ago, for
the purpose of ascertaining if possible
the cause of his death aud searching
for clues that would tend to throw
some light as to his murderers. There
is now scarcely any room to doubt that
he was foully murdered and that rob
bery was tho object. Those who per
petrated the heinous act, however,
failed to get all the money tho mur
dered man had ou his person. When
tho body was uncovered aud lifted from
the gravo thirteen bright twenty-dollar
gold pieces were found, which the mur
derers had overlooked. - It is thought
this money was sewed up iu some part
of his clothing, aud as the clothing had
lotted to a great extent the gold was
freed. They also discov'ered'some evi
dence that tends to show there were
two men engaged iu tho murder,
and will probably lead to the capture
of one or both the parties. It is to be
hoped that the perpetrators of this foul
erimn will bo captured and made to
suffer the extreme penalty of tho law.
ur. Price's Cream Baking Powact
World's Pair Highest Award.
Arizona Game Law.
It may interest sportsmen to be re
minded that it is unlawful to shoot any
deer, fawn or antelope between Janu
ary 1st and September 1st.
It is unlawful to shoot or take elk or
mountain sheep or big horn at any
timo of tho year prior to April 12,
1898, a law approved April 12, 1893,
protecting this gamo for a period of
Wild turkeys, grouse, prairie chick
ens, partridge and quail are protected
from slaughter from April 1st to Sep
It is unlawful to catch brook or
mountain trout from November 1st to
Possession of dead bedies of any
game mentioned above during the sea
son when killingor taking them is pro
hibited is a misdemeanor.
Ono cent a dose.
i It la Bold on guarantee bjr all drug
gists. It cures Incipient Consumption,
and Is the boat Cough and Croup Cure.
BQi.For sale by W. R. Edwards.
to the person submitting the
most meritorious Invention
during tho preceding month.
WE SECUHB PATENTS
n FOll INVENTORS, and the
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All our hoes are equally Mtlsfactory
They give tho beet value for the money.
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Their wearing qualities are unsurpassed.
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Notice is hereby given that tho Grand
Canyon mlno or tho owners thereof will not
bo responsible lor any debts created by tho
lessees or bonders thereof.
W. 1). RtDKSODR.
M AlUUnETII RlDENOUB.
N-e Pine Springs, Arlr., May 6th, 1895.
p, Mi I
Atlantic & Pacific R. R.
In connection with the Railways of the
"SANTA FE ROUTE."
Observe the Ancient Indian Civilization of
Lacuna, or or Acoma, the "City of the Sky."
Visit the Pelrllted Forest near Carrteo.
Boo and marvel at tho freak of Canyon
View the longest Cantilever lirldge In
America across the Colorado river.
From Flagstaff the following points of ln-
The Grand uanyou ot the Colorado tho
most sublime of natures work on tho earth.
The NHtural Ilrlctge of Arizona. Btiil Mon
tezuma's Wells both wonders to beholder.
Therulnsof the pre-hlstorlc Cavo and Clin
Dwell will Interest you.
Take n hunting trip In tho Magnificent for-
vsia ui mu aiku x lauuuJ utuuiiiaiii9
TIME TABLE NUMBER 39,
(A. F. Walker, John J. McCook, Joseph C.
SUNDAY. NOVEMBER i, 1894.
No. 3 No. 1 No. 2 NO. 4
10 (XI p 10 (X)p Lv CirfuAGO Ar lOOOp 900a
1 SO p 2 00 p Lv KAN CITY Ar 610 a SOOp
U50p Lv DENVER Ar 5 1Sp 4 43 a
7 go a 10 10a Lv LA JUNTA Ar 10 50a HMp
0 40 p 3 30 a lv Albuquerque ar 8 15 p 6 10 a
2 4Ra 8S0a Coolldgo 335p I35p
3 07 a 9 15 a WIngate 2 60 p 1 07 a
335aI0n5a Gallup 220pl235a
5 30 a 12 03 p Navajo Springs 1203 p 10 18 p
6 50 a 12Sa Holbrook 10 40 a 8 55p
810a 255p Winslow 930u750p
10 45 a 6 40p Flagstaff J 20 a 5 40p
12 35p 7 35p Williams 6 00 a 4 20p
1 3J p 8 40p Ash Forks 4 30 a 255 p
245p960p Sellgman 335a 200 p
4 05 p II 40 p Peach Springs 2 10 a 12 40 p
6 05p 1 40 a Kingman 11 35 p 10 10 a
II 30 p 4 10a TheNcedlcs 850p 7S0a
10 30p 6 10a Blake "lip 610a
12 60 a 9 00 a Bagdad S 10 p 3 10 a
3 52 a 12 07 p Daggett 2 4.1 p 12 32 a
115 a 2 20 par Barstow lv 220 p 1210a
6 00 p ar Mojave lv lOOp
9 35 a 630p Ar Los Angeles Lv 700a 600p
12 45 p 9 20 p Ar San Diego Lv 215p
H 15 a A r San Fran'co Lv 9 It) a
Every day but Sunday.
Albuquerque A. T. & 8. F. R. R. for al
points east and south.
Ash Fork Santa Fe. Prescott and Phoenix,
Railway for points In Southern and Cen
tral A rizona.
Blake Nevada Southern Railway for
Man vol. and connection with stage lines for
Vanderbilt and mining districts north.
Barstow Southern California Railway for
Los Angeles, San Diego and other California
Mojavo Southern Pacific for San Iran
clsco, Sacramento and other Northern Cali
No change is mado by Sleeping Car Pas
sengers between San 1 rancisco and Kansas
City, or San Diego and Los Angeles and Chi
cago. SUMMER OR WINTER,
The -SANTA FE ROUTE" Is the most com
fortable railway between California and the
The meals nt Harvey's Dining Rooms arc
an excellent feature of the line.
Jno. IlriiNE. General Passenger Agent, Los
C. H.Speers, Assistant General Passenger
Agent, tan t rancisco. ;ai.
Santa Fe, Prescott 8 Phoenix
TIME TABLE NO. 12, TAKING EFFECT
JULY 16, 1895.
Mountain tlmo Is standard used.
No. 31 l NO. 3
8 00 a
8 40 a
10 .V) a
3 15 p
4 55 p
lv Ash Fork ar
II 00 a
10 40 a
ar Prescott lv
9 45 a
9 17 a
7 10 a
6 45 a
6 15 a
6 30 a
5 05 a
4 60 a
4 05 a
3 38 a
3 25 a
11 :0 a
12 05 a
2 20 p
2 40 p
3 05 p
3 20 p
4 05 p
4 20 p
4 50 p
6 20 p
6 10 p
6 30 p
6 40 p
7 15 p
7 40 p
6 10 p
7 25 I
7 45 f
0 15 p
10 40 p
11 40 p
11 47 p
12 20 a
3 .35 p
2 55 D
II 15 p
l! 25 p
12 05 p
11 31 a
11 17 a
II 00 a
10 05 a
9 40 a
9 10 n
8 60 n
8 18 a
7 65 a
7 45 a
7 00 a
6 45 a
Hot Sprgs Jnc
ar Phoenix lvi
Ash Fork, Skull Valley and Congress arc
Trains 3 and 4 carry Pullman comblmi
tioi sleener and chair cars.
CONNECTIONS At Ash Fork with tlin A.
& P. R. R. mid the entire Santa Fo system; at
Jerome Junction with the United Verde &
Pacific RullWHy; at Prescott with stagcllnes
for all principal mining camps; at Congress
with stage lines for Ilarqua Hala, Stanton
and Yarnall:at Phoenix with tho Maricopa
jwiiwuia iiuunuy lur points on aoumern
This line is the best route to tin great Salt
River valley. For Information regarding
this valley and the rich mining section trib
utary to Oils road address
F. A, Healy. General Fi eight and Passen
ger Arcnt, Prescott
R. E. Wells, Assistant General Manager.
F. M. Mciiphy, President and General
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cott, Arizona. anli' I's
DR. P.J. BBANNEN, PHYSICIAN' AV
Surgeon, Flagstaff, Arizona. Will 1D
spond promptly to all calls from anl Lf"
on the, Atlantic & Pacific Railroad V&x
inddrug store opposite tne depot fflc
uuai'Aia tyuut, ko 15. K op d
meets every Wednesdnv bui.. ,y.r. v
castle hall in Babbitt building" All .nlr
Ini brothers Invited to attend. ,ult-
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TfLAGSTAFP LODGE, NO. 7, V it A II
F Regular meetings on the first Saturti;
night of each calendar month. Sntn IitS '
brethren cordially invited. """Ho,
T. E. 1'cxt.lAM. Secretary. M
(" A. R.-REGULAR MEETING op
V.J. Ransom Post. G. A. R No. 1 L
mentot Arizona, will be held In G A iYk?,;
on second and last Saturday In each D.onth
E. II .Cress. Post AdlSuSfc Comman'
J. C. Qium. Recorder,
fOVRT COCONINO, I. O. F.. No fan
V. imwtsevery TucsdayevcnlngfnG A It
hall. Visiting brethren cordially lnuted u
attend Thank C. HociiDEnrrEii, t It
J. M. Cr.AHK. R. s.
SO. O. F.-FLAGSTAFr LODGF, No H
ii""vVSmVel7 l''rlday evening In K oil?
all. Visiting brethren cordially inited
J. L. DOUGHERTY No
L. D. Lakdeiis, Secretary.
JH"IRST M. E. CHURCH, CORNER OF
Church and Lareux Streets. J. T l'ierce
astor. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m,
Sunday's; Sunday school at 10 a. m J M
H ask ins Jr., Superintendent. Class meetln-i
at 12:15 p. m. Epworth League 6:30 p. a
Prayer meeting Thursday evening at 7 M
"ATHOLIC CHURCH. REV. HENRY K
V GRANJON, Pastor. On Sundays lW
Mass at 8 o'clock a. m.; second Mim at 10
a. iu. Sunday School at 11 a.m. Eenii?r
service at 7:30 p. m. On week rtavs Maw at
7 a. nil On the second Sunday of each
month prayer meeting at 10 a. in. Sunday
School at 11 a. in. AH cordially Invited
J7IRST PRESBYTER'AN CIU'RCH,
North San Francisco street. Thomas (
offett, pastor. Sabbath services: Preach
ing 11a. m and 8:15 p.m.; Sunday school, w
a. rn. ; Y. P. S. C. E. prayer meeting" lip m
Mid-week conference and prayer, Thursdat
evening. A cordial Invitation is etdtd
to all. '
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Usage, Ban Franokoo MouUim
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Uriahthlp; laoraass Alan left shoulder. P.O.
address, tlacitaff. Aria. Jou V. EioiKB
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Brand on right side
as In cut ear mar).
crop off left and slit in
same; range in ui
u-.j,r. ii Jirzona.
Horsd brand, AF bar. on right shoulder
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Pes toffies a
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, branded u u
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Cattle numbered oonsscatlvsly on It ft ohwk.
PoMoffice address, fl
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Brand as aboTS cot
All joang itook br
ed on both sides, mu
swallow fork and an.
derblt la each ear; al
own the I following
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tne side pi acinar
Boot otitis, road t.rand "
on riaetsldeiT cattle, oss an rlgkt sid: tort
Ramie eight ll
southeast of f lafitaS.
i,T ipal county. ,
Cattle branded t
on left ribs; ear my"
square cut on W
ear. over slope os isii
rostofnVs aildress. Flagstaff, Arlsans
CavcatiA and Trade-Marks obtained, and all rsf
mt business coadnctcd for Moderate Fees.
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and wo can secure potent In Ices tlmo than tuo"
remote from Washington. . . , ,.
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