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FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA, THURSDAY, MARCH 5, 1896.
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Cement Fillings 1 00 to 2 00
Rubber Plates 8 00 to- 12 00
Logan Crowns 6 00
Teeth Cleaned 1 00 to 1 50
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pnivenitnts of the day. The .nanagement will spare
no pains to cater to the want', 0f his patrons.
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3 1 -irn or th ) Sjinn 7?03'i
Are - Right.
IN ARIZONA. 3
WEEK OB MONTH.
f-oii thi Mirkot.
iuvitnd to call aud inspaot my Stock
Opposition to the Nicaragua Canal
in Oongressi v
ipuln Una a StronK Lobby 1ft Wash
ington WorfclnB Against the
Recognition of Cuban
FKOM OCR REOULAR eOHUKSrONDENTJ
Washi.nuton, D.NC, Fob. 28, 189G.
Senator Allen of Nebraska did a veiy
oiiusua1 tiling when lio picsontcd tlio
ultimatum of the Populist soiuilois to
the Ri-piililii'ims on tbu tariff bill. He
s.iiil that if tlio Ropublicans would
agree to vote for an amendment to tli
bill providing for I lie fruo coinage of
silver the Populist senators would fur
nish tlio votes needed to put tin
amended bill through tlio somite. Of
fotiisu Senator Allen knew that his
proposal would not be accepted, and he
probably made it only for tho purpose
of taunting tho Republicans who were
already iu a bad humor because of the
refusal of free-silver Republicans to
suppoit the tariff bill.
Senator Carter's explanation of whj
lie and four other silver Republicans
refused to vote for tho houso tariff bill
was. far more satisfactory to tho Popu
list and silver scnatois on both .sides of
ilm chamber than it was to the other
senators. He was (specially bitter in
hat hu said of Pi esideut Cleveland
Hid what he called his Republican sup
ijnrters in tint senate.
1'lie talk on Cuban affairs in emigre-
lias brought a poueiful Spanish lobbx
to Washington for tho purpose of try
ing either to bead off any action or to
make Ihe action taken meaningless n
fir as it will commit this government
in favor of the Cubans. Spain is said
to be haul up, but it seems to 1mc
money enough to hire an arm)- of spies
scattered lliiotighout the United Slate
ii watch even body suspected of
troiigly sympathizing with the Cuban
ind to maintain a lobby which is spend-
ng money freely to inliiieiice theopiii
ion of congrc-snien. The friends of
Cuba in congress aro expressing the
opinion that members of the admiuk
' rat ion aro much more zealous in plae
mg United States (.llleials under the oi
deis of the Spanish minister to captuie
illegcd filibustering parties bound for
Cuba than is actually necess.ny to
tiictly maintain the iicutraltv laws.
He laughs best who laughs last" i
iiicictit, hut it is none the less appli
alilu to the icseiit situation iu the
senate. The Kepublieaus have beeu
doing considerable laughiug at the
Democrats because of the financial
differences between the Cleveland wing
and the silver wing of the party , but
tlio Democrats had their laugh when
the opeu split between tho gold Repub
licans aud the silver Republicans took
ace ou tliu Hoar ol the senate this
k, showing that It was but another
nee of "tho pot calling the kettle
for cither of tlio old p.n ties
tlin .tlim ,ti iitmintit rif tin. in.
nces. However, it was nuts
tho Democrats to hear Sen-
ator MwrtB, Plretly following the
advice la fc7n by S-y Car-
lisle, by tryh to 'cad the silver men
. J. r, u. ican party, and tsena-
ocit ol tlnrxeKt,u- " V. . ..
that although the
'et along without
-liver men Is
iho party could
(he part bet ' "
..... ..i.....r ...i.i. out them
they did not
. i ." ii tlii'insulVW lo "u reatl
intend to allow iinmsui'
int. Iii'i':insn tlinv t
tlueliueo. m cuauge
tlieir financial eWS
to afcorti wiiii
i 1 1 i .ii llta-cland D.mioerac)
hose held by thet ,H1 """ . ,
. .. .. r, .mililicailUlM of the
nil mo morn 1 1 iu r .
.,!!,.. i- imdl ivoillo
country, lie said tlio '
J . mill tlllM
-la) in the Republican I""-'
'i re.idv In irel out.
lbeA.P.Iou a ,. Vided vielo.,
i i .ii.. Miuellded I lie
lu.s week when the house "
., . i mi i V IK'.'t ol tg
. ill! ipplopl latioll bill Ii, '
i 'ti. iiioo
. ai nunc il ill" limnei the. '
iiti.itcd should go to C.itho
-rilOOIS. 11 1- il IJIH'JW"! H'J
M-iiatii will mi ike out thai amen
I'luisHuatti hasalreadx shown, l
tinning tho uomination of Gen.
iii"iM. that a birire maiorilV "f
inenibeis ale opposed lo the A. P- A
nut Midden changes mo not unknown
in tli.it bod).
Ihe limited chance- that n bill b
naiilclothe building of the Ni '"-""
canal willi gnwriiiiu-iit ji i-iiU'C.
t.ifli..!' ilii.ti'l m lil cll-il nTl1-', ! "'
ciui cowiuuv's boud-, liud to &
through congiess at this session have
been ninteriitlly, lessened by "a deter
niined ciusado against tho canal uuder
any conditions, ou the ground that it
would, if constructed, bn more of a
menace, to the peace of tho United
plates tluiii a benefit commercially,
l'lie friends of tho canal still express
confidence ""that a favorable bill will
P'iss the house ami tho senate, but
that is just what they arc here to say.
This new crusade may or may not have
an) more sulist.iiili.il lucking than the
dejiro of thu owner of tho New York
Herald" to get notoriety for his paper,
but it will -ill the same iullueuco nine
men out of every ton who were in
doubt to declare against tlio canal. To
that extent the crusade will be a factor
iu the situation.
Ambassador Bayard may as well
brace himself to receive that House
resolution of censure for having spoken
slightingly of Americans and American
affaiis, as lie will got it very soon. The
resolution has been reported to the
liQitse, aud It is going to be adopted
Tlio .Ma roll J.udles' Homo Journal.
Just a few suggestions of the ap
proach of spiiug ami tho coming of
Easter give a refreshingly poetic and
timely interest to tlio March Ladies1
Home Journal, which in its literary,
artistic ami more practical features, is
exceptionally strong and uuusuall)
ai tractive. The number opens with
f isciuating story by tho I.itn Eugene
iMeld "Thu Wei e wolf." It is ex
plained by the author that tho Were
wolf" is Ihe only ltianiiscrTut by the
lamented poet and stnrj-uriler thai
nas not been published, ami that it wa
wiitteii and re-written eight Mines b)
the author before it exactly met his
ipproval. It is prohah!) one of ihe
nest of all Mr. Field's writings Hw
..id P)le has illustrated tho story ad
mil abh. Gpii. A. W. Greely, U.S. A.,
pie-ents his lirst paper on "Tim Per
soiial Side of Washington, "' which i
illustraied by B. West Clinedinst, and
from photographs. Never before havi
iho duties of a President, and Iheii
itteiid.iut aiino)auees and vexations,
been so clearly revealed as they are in
die iUich Journal Ly ox-President
Haiiison. Edward W. Bok talks most
interestingly of "Mary Anderson a--She
is To-day." A well-written artich
on "Paderewski in His D.iil) Life"
tells of the famous pianist's early do
mestic soriows, his triumphs, hi
woik and his diversions. Emma Ne
liid.i, the priina-donna, emphasizes tin
Iinpoitance of Singing in Tune," ami
CImi les R Adams, tho. venerable and
famous vocal instructor, bus anothei
practical paper "Finishing iu Sing
ing" iu tho same number. Kate
(rcmiana)'s delightful little folks, iu
pietly groups, well occupy a page, set
daintily in a poem by Laura E. Rich
aids. Spring hats, bonnets, wraps
and coats and feminine fancies for
Eastcitide are described compre
hensively and illustrated. "A 13500
Shingle House," "Homo Games," the.
fomtli of Mary E. Wilkit.s' "Neighboi
hood T) pes," aud contributions by the
various department editors ore also in
cluded in the unique March issue of
Tlio Ladies' Home Journal. By the
Cuitis Publishing Company, Phila
delphia. Ouo dollar
cents per copy.
per year; ten
The Ideal l'aiiuo-a.
James L. Francis. Alderman, Chica
go, sajs: "I leganl Dr. King's New
Discovery as an Ideal Panacea for
Coughs. Colds aud tiling Complaints,
having used it iu my family for the
last live years, to tho exclusion of
ph)sichin's prescriptions or other prep
arations." Rev. John Burgus, Keokuk, Iowa,
wiites: "I bae been a Minister ol
ihe Methodist Episcopal Church foi
j() )eats or more, mid have nevei
found niiwhlng so bcuclicial, or lha
jaie me giteh speedy lelief as Dc
Kni'- New Discovery." Try tlu
ldeal Coiili KemeA) now Trial
lintllis flee at D. J. Uranium's Drily
Tile-on is awake to the que-lioli of
water woiks and scweiage. "At the
!.jt mi cling of thu chamber of com-
oierce." sas the Citien, -a resolution
wan adnpted directing Pi csidenl Stein
f'Jil to lelejri.iph Deleuale' Mtirpli)
uigiug liim to hull), if possible, tin
, aage-if the bill now before eoligie.-s
at. 'Hi''ilig I'liC-nll t" islie Iftniil- Ii"
t .Uccl-iI CdlHI.UOl) to bit eiliplo)ed 111
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A Wonderful Institution.
There is an institution iu this coun
try whose history of remarkable growth
must be of interest to those acquainted
with it. Within a few short years it
has grown from a very small beginning
to ouo of tho first institutions of the
land. Selling goods, as it does, direct
from the manufacturer to the con
sumer on an economic, one small protit
plan, its business has enlarged until
it now occupies one of the largest busi
ness blocks iu Chicago and employs be
tween 400 and 600 people. Its entire
establishment is devoted to out-of-town
mail order trade. Its wonderful growth
is oviJenco of Its sterling integrity,
extraordinary ability and unquestioned
liiianci.il standing. In fact, wo are in
receipt of a letter from the National
Bank of Illinois, Chicago, one of the
I irgest aud most reliable financial in
stitutions in Chicago, a concern with
i capital of $2,000,000; also a letter
from tho National Bank of tho R
iiiblic of Chicago, ouo of the soundest
liiiaucial institutions in Illinois, with a
capital of l.UUU.U00fc wiierein tney say
that they are personally acquainted
with the stockholders, that the institu
tion is reputable and thoroughly
responsible, and tht thorough confi
dence can bo had in any represeuta
iions it makes. In fact we are in re-
ceipt of indisputable evidence as to
Mm reliabilitr of this institution, and
wi. feel safe in saying that our readers
an place implicit cni.mience in tnis;
inuse, and that they yjll receive the
sime prompt, careful and courteous
treatment the membors would like to
receive were I hoy in lour place.
The wonderful facilities of this insti
tution for supplying merchandise at
uantifacturers' prices is certainly of
reat interest to all economic buyers.
The firm to which this article refers
issues a long list of advertising matter,
deluding a mammoth catalogue and
uany special catalogues, all of which
ihey mail to anyone. In fact, they are
so thoroughly organized that they make
it very easy to do trading with them
Thu concern to which this article
refers is authorized and incorporated
iiiider-1he laws of the State of Illinois,
with a cash capital of (150,000.00, paid
iu full, and is Sears, Roebuck & Co.",
173 and 175 West Adams street, Chi
Let Arizona Alone.
The project of Congressman Allen
of Utah, or rather of tho legislature of
that state (since it was a resolution
from the Utah legislature which
started the scheme) to annex the
northern balf of Arizona to Utah is a
bad one. The west bos none too many
states now, and to cut up the two re
maining territories in this section and
iniiitx them to the neighboring states
would be very poor policy.
The state of Utah is large enough as
it is. It has a population greater than
many of the states, Delawaie and
North Dakota for instance, not to men
tion half a dozen more, and ft does not
need any part of Arizona to assist it
politically. Indeed Arizona Inde
pendently can be of far more value to
Utah than as a p.nt of the latest com
monwealth. Ihe west wants more
'talcs and not less.
In iew of the vast importniico of
the west holding it own, 'he Utah an
nexation scheme is bad. Socially and
commercially slate lines make but lit
e difference. Will ihe people of North
el n Arizona will do business with
Utah as though they were one political
division, but to uuite them politically
is to weaken them both. This is a
cish wheie united We do not Stand.
nir where diluted we do not fall. On
the. con Italy, sepaiiition means
treiigth. Los Angeles Express.
Geoige J. Kusk.igc Ins been au-
poiutud aurve) oi -general of Anzouu.
GoroTor Hughes on Friday last
issued a pardon to A. A. Beason, sen
tenced from Graham county to three
years ir iho penitentiary October.1893,
for buiglary. The pardon was rec
omtnenied by the prison officials for
valuabl s services rendered by the pris
oner sis head shoemaker for the prison.
Arizrni can boast of a railroad mile
age of 1256 miles. This is a good be
ginning towards helping develop the
72,320 100 acres of that territory. In
exportiiig, as it did last year, 217,213
head of cattle, Arizona needs good
rail ton facilities. The gold output of
the tcnitory for the year was (1,260,
000, :it. increase of (2.179,750 over
1894, -rad of (3,257,49-5 over 1893.
Verily Arizona is getting there in a
way that is pleasing to the people of
the sot thwest corner of this great
land. Lios Angeles Times.
The Apache Indians on the White
Mountain Indian reservation have be
tgiiu sig3 ng an agreement for the seg
regatioii of the Deer Creek coal fields.
The ee.Hion is rich in copper, silver
and lc id. The agreement provides
for the sale of lands under the mineral
laws, the proceeds to go to the In
diaus. They are perfectly satisfied
and no trouule will be bad in getting
ail to sign. This is believed to be an
addition of much wealth to southern
Althi ush the carnival Is over Phoe-
nix continues to be crowded with vis
itors, and those people who predicted
that as .won as th cirnival was over
the city would look dead and deserted
and bisiness would be almost bus
pended find that they were mistaken.
The trains from both the south aud
north a,-e crowded every day and more
people are coming into the valley than
at any previous time, while business is
good w'th all our mei chants and none
of them aro complaining Herald.
Dr. Brannen is spoken of as the right
man foi delegate to congress. There
is no better nor more capablo man in
the tcnitory nor a truer Democrat
than Dr. Brannen. The "Star" be
lieves tiat either Dr. Brannen or John
C. Hcrndon can be elected next fall
against any candidate the opposition
can miutcr, provided, however that
the par'y is led by a trustworthy chair
man, one who will not barter off the
candidn ps of the party or use the cam
paign fiindn for questionable purposes.
The Democratic party can wiu this
fall all iloug the line, but we must not
eutrust 'esponsibilities to trading, bar
tcriug, blackleg politicians. Let us
put up good candidates and honest,
clcan-h mded Democrats to man ago
the campaign and the result is as
Jrand Lodge I. O. O. T.
The j.tand lodge, Independent Order
of Goo- Templars, held a session in
Phoenix on March 1st and 2nd. Tho
folloivln grand officers were elected
P. G C. T., A. P. Walbridge, Phoe
nix; G. C. T., S. S. Green, Floral lodge;
G. Co., 'V. A. Place, Solomouville; G.
S. S.T.. Mrs.C. W. French, Florence;
G. V. T.. Mrs. C. T. Hirst, Glendale;
G. Sec. J. Webster Johnson, Temne;
G. Tier, .-, A. P. Showman, Mesa; G.
Chap., Rev. J. G. Piifchard, Bisbee;
G. Mes G. A. Mauk. Arizola; G.Mhc,
Pi ..f. H II. Brown, Phoenix; G. D. M.,
Mis. V L. Heibert, Chsa Griiule)
A. G. S Miss Frankie Duncan, Unity
lodge; J. S., W. J. Welcome, Gila
The installation ceremonies were
pei fore i d by J. B. Mullen, senior P.
G. C. 1., assisted by C. O. Austin of
lempe i id Mi-s Mattie Wright of Phoe
nix as Jujtallating marshals.
A. P Walbridge was continued as
editor i tlic official organ. The next
-cs-ion .ill be held iu Prescottin July,
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