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GOOD TEMPLARS' OOLUMN.
Edited and Managed Under tho Aui
plccs of riacstau Lodge, I.O.U. T.
Contributions ot an appropriate uaturo aro
solicited for this column, and should bo ad
dressed to Hox 131, Flagstaff, All such con
tributions, bowoior, are subject to approval
by tho editors. Lodgo moots every Satur
day ovonlng at 0, A, It. Hall at 7:30 o'clock.
Visiting members Invited to attend.
O. N. Batt, Chief Tomplar.
(.Tho editor ot Trie Sun Is not responsible
for for anything that may appear In this
The Saloon a Poor Man's Club.
Under tho headline, "The Club,"
wo find tho following brief editorial in
tho Chicago "Record:"
"In a debate on tho temperanco
question held in this city recently tho
speaker, who was defending the saloon,
remarked: 'Tho saloon is tho poor
nun's clubhouse. I don't say ho ought
to go there, but under our system ho
must go there.' True, tho poor man
who wants diversion has but little
choice of places in which to soek it.
Why docs not tho dobater got up a
movement to help tho men of this class
get their own clubrooms? AT itli proper
organization ought it not to bo pos
sible for drinking men to set up club
rooms.with tho money which now goes
for beer and whiskyl By tho way, if
the saloon is "tho poor man's club,"
where docs tho poor man's wife go for
Tho closing sentence of .tho forego
ing quotation presents a very good rea
son why a man should mako hia own
homo his chiof "resort." Tho wifo
must do this. It is as mean a thing
as men aro ovor guilty of, to abandon
the society of their wives and babies
for that of boon companions amid tho
coarso environments of a barroom. Say
nothing about tho money squandered,
that ought to bo spent to better feed,
clothe and educate tho family, tho
practice of barroom loafing is a low and
degrading habit, that respectable men,
whether they drink much or little,
should not acquire. It is tidiculous to
talk about a poor man having "no place
to go." Ho can tako his wife for a
call on a congenial neighbor. Shu may
havo such neighbors to call on her, nnd
tho two families may play games, dis
cuss what they havo read in tho news
papers, and so on, all to their improve
ment. Tho saloon may bo a necessity,
but it is not a necessity as a "poor
man's clubhouse. "--Chattanooga Times.
name, If sous and daughters aro co bo-
como truo men and womon, if men are
to do their whole duty, wo must realize
that it requires
"Two heads In counsel; two beside tho
The namos of home and mother are
inseparably intorwovou; and tho rela
tion of mother to child must ever re
main tho most sacred upon earth. But
it must not bo overlooked that thorn is
also a most necessity i elation between
the home and the father as well. If
tho lovo and comfort of the mothor
hoart aro needed, so tho prudenco and
strength of tho father-head aro to
quired; and tho counsel of the father is
as much a part of tho well regulated
household as the tr-ticlorness of the
mother. And so long as men neglect
their homes, giving to tho wives they
havo vowed to lovo and cherish less of
their society than in tho days of their
courtship, they neod not wonder if
sometimes the desiro for sympathy and
companionship leads those wives into
tho path of wrong.
All of theso ovilsuro accompaniments
of tho club. All theso abuses follow
in tho wako of a saloon." Truly tho
saloon is the poor man's club; but tho
question which suggests iUelf to any
light minded observer in regard to tho
club patron, whether rich or poor, is if
the sort of club needed most by him bo
not of tho hickory sort, well laid on.
Is wheu neai ly ecry one feels tho
need of some blood-pin if lug, strength
invigoratlug a'ud health-produciug
medicine. The real mciit of Hood's
Sarsapaillla is tho reason of its wide
spread populat ity. Its uuequaled suc
cess is its best recommendation. Tho
whole system is susceptible to tho most
good fiiim :i medicine like Hood's Sar
saparilla taken at this time, and we
would lay special sit ess upon tho time
aud remedy, for histoty liasitieeotded
that delajs arc dangerous. The re
maikablo success achieved by Hood's
Sarsapaillla and iho many woids of
praise it has received, make it woithy
of jour confidence. We ask jott to
give this medicine a fair tiial.
m m '
Scud me tho names aud addt esses of
tlitee or more good canvassets, with 25
ccuts in postage stamps aud I will mail
you copy of "The YVotld Family Regis
ter" neatly tubed, packed and postage
prepaid, that sells evciynheto for
$1. Elegantly engraved, size 22x28J.
It cost 2000 to pi od uce.
Address R. II. STROUS,
The abovo furnishes food for sober
reflection, and is suggestive in morn
ways than ono. It is only a short
time since tho saruo plea was set up for
tho saloon by a minister of Now York
City i. c, that it is tho "poor man's
club," and that it was not fair to de
prive) the poor man of tho piivileges( J)
which it affords while tho rich man,
because of his w caltli, may enjoy simi
There are set oral replies which may
bo mado to this fallacious argument.
Ono of them is noted in tho clipping
nbovo. But it may bo said, farther,
that the poor man does not need a club,
and tho rich man would be better off if
ho did not have ono. Tho homes of
America furnish her strongest bul
warks; and it is scarcely necessary to
call attention to tho fact that club lifo
is destructive of homo life, generally
speaking. The average "clubman"
scarcely knows what his homo looks
like, spending almost nono but his
sipeping hours thoro. Ho takes but
little, if any, of tho responsibility of
tho training of his children, and seems
to feel that if he furnishes sufficient
money to feed, clothe and educato them
he has dono his ontiro duty in relation
to thorn. His wifo occasionally attends
tho theater with him and now and thon
has tho felicity of having his honored
presenco at dinner (usually when thero
are guests); and when ho gets sick ho
generally remains at homo and growls
at everybody and everything. As a
not unexpected result this sort of life
begets estrangement between father
aud children and husband and wife;
and the divorce courts teem with scan
dais which aro the outgrowth of this
pernicious phaso of city life. Homes
aro wrecked, hearts aro filled with sor
row, lives aro blighted, all because of
Judged by tho abovo tests, tho saloon
may truthfully bo said to be the "poor
man's club." It takes tho husband and
father away from his wifo ond littlo
ones, causes him to neglect his dutios
to tho housohold of which ho is tho
(presumable) head, and, going faithor
than its prototypo, even takes f rem tho
family tho money necessary for their
proper suppoit, and sends tho drunkon
devotee homo, often to berato and abuso
thoso who should look to him as their
counlseor and protector.
It is high timo that the American
people look this matter squarely in tho
faca If homes ore to bo wortbjMjf tho
U the light tbtt will bring ncrttt blr slow ol
Happiness to yon. Uy It you will ti how it onz
and vigorous jour now wralt body ran t
ni'jo iiuiijiu is jor mu. jiio great lliKlyin
Ii to be had only from the Hudson Moll nl In
Itltuti. This wotiderlul ilimverr wa mtde
br tho specialists of the oil famous Hudson
Medical Iuitltute Ills the Mroiues nil tnoi
Powerful vit&llzerma'le. It lino .rrrful that
Itlsstmplr woulerful ho.v tunnies It Is Viq
cancel It Iran nowhei ln( fron tho Hii lo i
Medical tastlimta Wrl.ofjr circulars an I tt
tlmonials Ibis cxtranr Unary Ite.'iu -na'or Is fie tnnil
wonderful dscoerrol lb a?-. It h Ue en
dorscd br the lea ling scicn t Ic m-m it l.urop
IIVIIVAN Is purel) le-etaM.!
H I'D VAN stops I'rumtur mic n' lh-ci
charge In twenty days urct LOST MAN
HOOD, constlpa'lon, d allies. Ih l.n.-jimi-ii-lions,
ucryotis tw Itching ul iho cjeiail o lur
B.rcnglliens InrUora'ea i n ton 1 1 - Hire
iytati It Is as cheap ai a i ohe-r i d .
HIIDVAN cures il.bll'y. i rT ".
mi)ilon and tier !o. a 1 1 reMir a. or
gans. I'll is In lhobii.l,lii oi In !. r nlglit
Stopped qilckly. Or r 1M I a u In .or.
msnts. frematurencis meam Impi n yli In Snt
tag. It Is a sjinp'om nl .j titu st r i ii
and barnnncss. It ran l- ( l m 1 1 u y
sjayaby tbeusool Iluhxij Hi n mli uo
ro than any other r.iuc ''
Ben I fori-lrrutarsan I u i m mIiIi
TAINTI'.IIII.O02I- ..iMire 'mo . i
to serious pil a:o illiurl r cir-li n j
ore-pro luclng ce-ms fi ninn i r
plmplet, coppor-"!ore I s m's. nhcr. I. ,n i
old siroi aud f 11 m ha'r Yon ai ,
to Hot Sprlujs uvwrltiurf.r 'Jtlo d m,
the old physicians of t .
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Stockton, Markat tn I KH 'At ,
ANrBiNci'C', ' a .fj uia
More ttan half tbt victims of comumpr
Hon do not know they have it. Here Is a list
of symptoms by which consumption can
certainly be detected:
Cough, one or two slight efforts oft
rising, occurring during the day and fre
quently during the night.
Short breathing after exertion.
Tightness of tbe ehest.
Qntek pulse, especially noticeable In the
evening and after a full meal.
; Chilliness in the evening, followed by
Perspiration toward morning and
Tali face and languid in the morning.
Loss of vitality.
If you have these symptoms, or any of
them, do not delay. There are many
preparations which claim to be cures, but
Or. Htktr't ellib Ktntayfor Consumption
has the highest endorsements, and has
stood the test of years. It will arrest con
sumption in Its earlier stages, and drive
away the symptoms named. It Is manu
factured by the Acker Medicine Co., 16
and 18 Chambers St, New York, and sold
try all reputable druggists.
SLACK WELL'S DURHAM TOBACCO COMPANY.
DURHAM, N. C.
You are entitled to receive
FREE from your wholesale dealers
WHITE STAR SOAP with all
TobaCCO you buy. One bar
of soap Free with each pound,
, whether 16 oz., 8 oz., 4 oz.t or
a oz., packages.
We have notified every whole
sale dealer in the United States
that we will supply them with soap
to give you FREE. Order a good
supply of GENUINE DURHAM at
once, and insist on getting your
soap. One bar of Soap FREE with
each pound you buy. Soap is
offered for a limited time, so order
to-day. Yours very truly,
t lf-you hart any difficulty In procuring your
soap, cut out mis nonce ana sena it wun
your order to your wholesale dealer.
Ho Par Till Itredt
Writa ft r 1 cace
Treatise and Home
wttlwft! cures, auiuy
In women's breasts.
1.08 ANatite, CAL.
PLCABC SEND THIS TO SOMC ONI
WITH CANCER OR TUMOR.
THa" m J
AMENDED ARTICLES OF IN
CORPORATION or THE
Kern River & Los Angeles Electric
1, tho undersigned, Henry S. McKcc, Secre
tary of the annual meeting of tho stockhold
ers of tho Kern Klvir S. Los Angeles Elec
tric Tower Company, held at tho olllco of tho
sutd corporation, In tho town of Flagstaff,
County of Coconino, Territory of Arizona, on
tlioStl (lay or Jiarcu, levo. (to ncrcoy ccruiy
that the notlcoof said stockholders' meeting,
stating the time, placo and object ot sulci
meeting, had been published In tho "Evcnlun
Express," u newspaper published In the city
of Los Angeles, county of Los Angeles, State
of California, and In tho Coco.ni.no fics. n
weekly ncwiniincr tmblUhcd In tho town of
FUgitair, county of Coconino. Tcriltory of
Arizona, ouco u ween lor rour consccume
WLcks nrcUousto thodato of said meeting.
and that tho following Is u copy of the notice
so published In said newspapers for said
period of time.
Notice Is hcrtby given thut tho annual
mictlng of tho stockholders of tho Kern
rlveri Loa Angeles Electric l'oerCompan
will be held at the Hank Hotel, In the town
of 1'lagstalT, Coconino county, Arizona, on
Tuesduy, tho 3d day of March, 1KH. ut 8
o'clock r. St., for Iho purposo of electing a
Hoard of Directors for the ensuing J car uud
for the purposo of amending the articles of
Incorporation and uj-lnws. nuuror tnc trans
action of such other buslnesa as may propcrly
comu before the meeting.
Tho stock transfer books of tho company
will bo closed on baturday, tho KM day of
February, lbDO, at 5 o'clock v. M , und will
remain closed until Wednesday, the Itn day
of March, lbOO, at 10 o'clock a.m.
L. J. C. Si'itt'ANCE, Secretary.
11 y order of tho Iloiird of Directors.
That at tho tlmo and place specified In said
notlco tnoro than two-thirds of tho then
Issued stock of said corporation was repre
sented, and more than n majority of the
stockholdrs of said corporation were repre
sented, and that a toto being taken upon the
question of amending the articles of Incor
poration or said corporation, monomers 01
mote than two-lhlrds of the then Issued stock
and more than a majority of the stockholders
oted In faor of amending said articles as
Artlclo III was amended to read: ''Tho
principal places of transacting business of
the corporation shall bo In the town ot t lag
stair, county of Coconino, Territory of Ari
zona, and In tho city of Los Angeles, county
of Los Angeles, Stato of California."
Article VII of tho articles of Incorporation
was amended to read asfollowg "Tho affairs
of tho corporation aro to bo conducted by u
board of seven directors," instead of "The
air 11 Irs of tho Incorporation aro to bo con
ducted by a board ot clot en directors."
Artlclo XII of tho articles of Incorporation
was amended to read us follows: "Theso
articles of Incorporation may bo amended at
any annual meeting of tho stockholders, or
at any special meeting of tho stockholders
called for that purposo by a two-thirds vote
of all f bo stock then Issued voting In favor
of such amendment."
In witness whereof I havo hircunto set my
hind this 13th day of March. 1800.
Signed HENRY S. McKEE.
L Hccordcd at request of h. 3. 0. Spruancc,
March 10, 189G. at v o'clock A. M.. in hook 1 01
Art)c)cs of Incorporation, Records of Coco
ISEALl p, A, PUSH.
ARIZONA CATTLE CO.,
Ktiiigo, Sau Fraucisco Mouulalus.
Ear marks, silt In each ear; liorccs and
i.iiiIai Al wlrrlif sin IniiiiAata AT nn VltVMT
I'lUIVfl. " tlW StlJt '"VlVltW, us Bna
Miouiucr. r. v. nuurCHH, jagsintT, Arizona.
Frank M. LIVEhmork, Uoncral Manager.
Alfred J, IT rant
lirand on right aide
as In cut ear mark
crop off left andsllt in
ruiiic: range In an
Horso brand, AF bar. on right shoulder
1RIZ0NA LUMBER 00
smbXs stoat, Vla
BEBBHMsMst braadsst at la
CaatU ammbttad eaatKitlTtly a Ista aaaak.
PoatoBea tdiisat, fflat
Brand as abort cat
All ismnar stotk braaaV
ad en both tldts, srlta
swallow fork aad an.
dsrbit la saeh tart alsa
awn tht fullowlaat Boot T, XII, aawhtt at
tht sidt of anlauf. Boot eartlt. road braad W
tarlfataldti TaatUa, oat aa ricattlaUt aaaat
JUL 1. TAIL.
sat alatt alia,
Cattla braadtd 1
en laitnot; earmarkt
sqoara eat oi
ear, arar altaa
FottoBea suldraaa, l'lasUfL Arlaaaa
SEWING MACHINE SUPPLIES!
I furnish Needles, Oil, Rcltlng, Shuttles,
etc.; also all parts and pieces for thirty
ono different kinds of sowing machines.
Besides being ngent for tho above, I sell tho
WHEELER & WILSON
Cash or Installments. Wrlto for prices and
Estato ot Slrcnts A. Roberts, decoased:
Notlco is hereby given by tho undersigned,
administrator ot tho estate of Slrcnls A.
Roberts, deceased, to tho creditors and to nil
persons having claims against the said de
ceased to exhibit them, with tho necessary
vouchers, within (our months nftortho first
publication of this notice, to said administra
tor, n. his ofllco In tho town of Flagstaff,
Territory of Arkoun, tho offlco of said ad
ministrator being u ho ofllco of tho Rank
Hotel, Iho samo being the j)lacu fort))c(rans
actlon of Iho business ot said estate In Coco
nluo county, Arizona,
THOMAS J. COALTER.
Administrator of said estato.
Dated Flagstaff, Arizona, March 6. 1890.
Caveats, and Trade-Marks obtained, and all l'at
mt business conducted for Moderate Feet,
Our Oilict Is Opposite U.S. Patent Office.
and wo can secure patent In lets tlmo than those
rcmoto from Washington.
Send model, drawing or photo., with descrip
tion. Wo ad'tec, If patentable or not, frco of
charge. Onr foe not auo till patont It securod.
A Pamphlet, "How to Obtain Patents," with
names ofactnal clients Inyour State, county, or
tow n. sent free. Addrcsi,
Opposite Patent Offics, Washington, 0. C.
W. H. CLARK,
Holbrook, A. T.
Are jast an old, old remedy
In this new shape.
Doctors have always given
this prescription in water 1
We have them in this shape
simply for their handiness.
TABULES doSlt for
tlftln , Dliljotfa, NatMta,
PBELIMINARY -PAPERS AND
ARTICLES OF INCOR
PORATION OP THE
GLOBE, FLAGSTAFF & CAN
YON RAILROAD COMPANY.
Wo, tho undersigned, Jamct A. Fleming,
Richard Klouilne. Fortcr W. Firming, D. A.
Abrums, L. U. Chalmers, boieby subscrlbo
the amount sot opposite our names in the ag
gregate Mim of morothan two hundred aud
fifty thousand dollars iimwoi oi tue stocx
ot tbo proposed railroad company, to Decon
structed, owned, operated and maintained
between tbo termini, to-wlt: ucginntng at
tho town ot Globe, In Gila county, Arizona
Territory, running thenco In a northw catcrly
direction through tho counties ot Gila und
Coconino to Flagstaff, In the county of Co
conino, Territory of Arizona; thence through
aald county ot Coconino in a northerly
direction to a point ai or near the Cameron
1'olut, near the Colorado canyon, the dis
tance to be ono hundicd and eighty-two
tl82 miles, more or less; also a branch to salu
railroad between tho teimlul, to wit: begin
ning at a point on tho main line of said rail
road, as indicated above, forty-five tU; miles,
moro or less, north of Flagstaff, cocoulno
county, Aitzona Territory, and running In i
northeasterly direction sixty flvo iW) miles,
moro or less, to Tuba City, in tho county ot
Coconino, Terr.' Wry ot Arizona, tho aggre
gate number of miles in the main Hue of aalu
railroad and brunches to be tw o hundred auu
forty-seven i24T) miles, moro or less. The
aggregate amount ot bald subscription being
more than cno thousand dollars ifl.OOW pei
tnilo for said road ana branches.
That the Instrument hereto annexed
marked Exhibit "A" Is a duplicate of the
original subscription ugreemint for salu
stock so subscribed, und tho signatuies sub
scribed thereto uro tho genuine signatures
of the persons whose names uro theicto sub
scribed and hcteluset forth; that said OiLt-
in.tl subscription is hereby lucoiporated Into
aud uiude u part ot these articles of associa
tion and Incorporation, una that ull of the
tacts therein stated and set forth are true.
That L. II. Chalmers, one ot the subscrib
ers of tho aforesaid stock, was heretofore
duly appointed to notify said subscribers
by notice in writing to call u meeting for the
purpose or adopting articles of Incorpora
tion uud electing directors pursuant to tht
provisions ot chapter V, Title XII, ot thv
Ue vised btatutcs ot Arizona, by said sub
scribers. That tho appointment of said com
mittee was in writing and is hereto annexed,
marked Exhibit "11," und made a part ucrcol.
1 hut the said notice In writing w as sent to
and received by each of said subscribers
iiioio than live days before the time hxed in
said notice for saiu meeting; and tuat pursu
ant to said notice, uv tho time aud place men
tioned therein, ull of the said subsciltx-ni lu
the stock of the suld proiosvd railroad werx
present uud did meet tor the purpose 01
adopting theso articles of Incorporation auu
electing lite directors from among then
uuiuoer, uud hereby do Incorporate uud or
ganize themselves mto uu association, unu
incorporated company, and adopt tno fol
lowing articles ot Incorporation us herein
alter set forth, pursuant to tue tteviseu
otututes ot Arizona utoresala; and that tuen
wcru present at salu meeting tho toiluwiu..
named subscrloers, who suoscrlueu tor in.
following numovrof snans. to-wit;
Jumes A. Heming... .,
idchard Flo ing .. .
t'orter W. Fleming ....
o. A. A brains
l,. 11. Chalmers
.No. of Amount of
. US lZOH
. 1M 12,9.
That tho following articles of lucorpora
tlon were thereupon adopted by uuammous
vote of all the said suuscriocrs who wen.
present uud voted utsald meeting, said ar
ticles of Incorporation being as tollows,
AKTICLES OF INCOBPOUATIOX OF THE
GI.OUE, FLAGbTAFF 4. CAXVO.N KAltr-
We, tho undersigned, hat lug subscribed
and being subscribers to the capital stock ot
the contemplated railroad, which Is herein
after fully described, und belli k' desirous ot
forming ourscltes Into a corporation for the
purpose ot constructing, equipping, ow nlng,
operutlng ana maintaining bucti railroad
und for that purpose und to that end wi
hereby adopt these articles of Incornoratloi
ui.dcr ana pursuant, to the prot isious of Salu
cbuptcr V, Tltlo XII, of the Uevuca statutes
of the lcrrltory of Arizona, as hereby set
lorin anu stated.
That tbo statements herein above made,
contained, recited and set out aro In ail
That tho said subscribers to said stock.
wiioso names uro beroln before set out unu
herein subscribed, hereby form thcmscltes
into a corporation under and by virtue ot
me ueviseu statutes or tho Territory of Art
zonu above mentioned,
This corporation hereby assumes the name
oi-inouiobe, Flagstaff &. canyon Kallroaa
Company," and It shall hereafter be known
by tuat corporate name.
That this corporation shall contlnuo In ex
istence for and during tho term of fifty (60)
years from und utter tho day of filing these
articles of Incorporation in the oOice of the
secretary or Arizona.
Thatlho canttnl strw-k nfllilt i-nrivipninn
shall bo eight million dollars (f.O0O,0OO,
men snaii uu uitioea into suarcsoi one
hundred dollars tf 100) each, and which said
umountofcflntt.il ktvlr Ivftinutiint .n,m-
platcd cost of construction und equipment of
sum rouu, wgcincr nun tue cost or tho right
of way, motive power, depot grounds, bulld
lncs und all Ihn nnniirtontinA .n onnii.
anccs necessary to tlio lawful completion of
That tho names and numbers of the direc
tors to manage tboaffalrsof this corporation,
and who shnll hold tbelr ofllco until others
arc elei?tiHl. n Ktinll Ha nm,.M,ui kmi.
laws of this corporation, shall bo five i5 and
mcir uiiura uro as ioiiows, lo-wit: Jnrues A.
Fleming, ltlchard Fleming, Porter W. Flcm
lng,.D. A. Abrums and L. II. Chalmers.
That tho placo from and to which tlio pro
posed railroad is to bo constructed and tho
counties tlimuph uhtMilt lalniAn,iiAH
und its length uk near as can bo sot fortli. Is
im lunula, urmi; iH'ginnmg ni tno town of
Olobe In Ollaxounty, Arizona Terrltory.run
nlng -thonco In a northwesterly direction
throuirh thernnntliwnf fllln nrt fvi..AA
Flagstaff lu tho county of Coconino. Terrl-
iai v ui jri(iiiia.z iiii-nt-ii inrniirii tan in jtAiinti.
of Coconino lit a northerly direction to a
point at or near tho Cameron Point, near the
Colorado Canyon, tho distance tu bo one hun-
urvu uuu eiKuvy-vwo iiozj nines, roorp or less;
also a branch to said railroad between tho
termini, to-wlt: Beginning at a point on the
main line nr siitn rnllrnnrl s I,f1ij.,i.wi ni.A..A
about forty-fl vc to miles, moro or less, north
tory. uti(t running In n noruieustcrly Ulroc-
linn KiVtv.flvn mlli&. mnwit 1a a t..u-
City in the county of Coconino, Territory of
luuyuni miu UKurvKUtu nunioer 01 D1I1CS III
main lluoof.sald railroad and branches to ba
two hundred aud' forty-seven miles moro or
lnui. ftnll nil nf mitrt ivmH ntiH Iim.,hi,i..i...u
of all to bo In tho Territory of Arizona.
uu iubipai puces oi.iaia incorporate
cotDpanysballtjeatFJag-stair, In tbo county
of Coconino, in said territory ofAT
a branch ofllce 01 offices may L J?- ta
or places as said board may deem "w
In witness whereof the slid hlttbe.
said stock of said proposed raUm'to
hereunto subscribed thelrTa ,h
of residences, and the number of "U
u r.uouces, una me number ot .
said stock taken by them and each 'c'
severally. laca of tk.,
JAMES A. FLEMIXO, Pboenli a t
shurcs.l200.oui. '" a'T,mh,
BICUAUD FLEMING, Flagstaff a ,.
ahnres.fi! MM ' I,u5l4tr, A. T. i
POB1EU W. FLEMING, Phocnl, i,
1 shares, JiaoO. wnIx- AWoj,
L. U. CUALMEBS, Pboenir am,
shares, I12AW. xuocn. Arizona, g
XEHHIXOKV OF AniZO.VA. I
day of Match. A. U. la. befoie ,,. I,.tal1
fcarly.Inundiorsald couLty Z Sf-"-personully
appeared James A. Himln'
Abrams ana L. 11. Chalmers, kii0n'tn A
bo the persons whose names are ,uuc2;to
the foregoing instrument and aSntS J?"!
to me thut they each of ibim l Efl
not one lor the other executed ibj Ki
ine uses ana puiposcs theitln exDrtS lut
W mess my bund and LcjiTr.
SEAL this imb'day oniurcu Au&
DCrLICATE 6f uscnipiio.s U6I
We, tbo undersigned, hate subicrlbM . .
dohereuy bubscnoo tho seurai LuiZJ,1
.hures uud setcial sums ot luoner sm t
opposite ou r names, w uuu are the. tertih J
uriitltn und signed to the stock of ih7
templuted lullroad, l0 be constiucied m
completed bettteen the following um,,Jf
to-wiv: ltegliiulugatibe urna 0t H
olla county. Arizona turnery, ?.,..
tlicncolu.1 i,oribesterly direction tlirrart
the counties of Olla and e-oconino, TwnS.
of Atlzona, to Hagstaff. in thco,
of Coconino, Territory of Arizona, C1
through said county of Loconmo u
a northerly direction to a point ai 0r cm,
tno Cuiueron Point, near the loknvin
i-uuioH, the dlstuneu to be one liuudrtd nd
eighty-two tlsii miles, more or less; aiw,
otauch to saia railroad beUeen thetcrnki
to-ttlt: Beginning at a point oa menuis
nue of said railroad as lnuitated aboit.nbo,,
lorty-tlte tlj) mlies, more or less, norm irf
rlUKSlaff, Coconino couuty, Arlzon. lCTr.
iOrr, uud running In u iiuriheisieriy nW.
iiou blxty-nt e it) units, more or les,to l nta
-uy, lu tue county of coennmo, lerrltorj ut
Arizona, the aggre-gato uumovr of milnlj
tue main line ot said railroad and brakes
10 bu tvto hundred uuu tortj-seieadKimues,
more or, less, una all ot said road ul
orunches thereof to be In the Terrltorj o(
Arizona; tho aggregate amount of suca tun,
scrlptiun bclugiormoie tlun one tnuusaol
dollars ui.WU per mllo tor said roidiml
oraucnes, and wo seterally agree to par
ineretor as by law prot ided.
Name of No. of
Jumes A. t-iemlng 2,iuj
iilcuard Heuilng ... . m
sorter tV. rieailng .... li
o. A. Aor?ms 1a
u. u. e-ualuiers La
Wo, tho undersigned. subscrlUm to
.uu capital siocx ut tbe uiuud, tlsj
iaif auu wja ltahrjad wuoiau,
a. liereuy cent. thai Lie stoci u lue
iujuUuIoi al leasv ulj.e luaa o.u UvUjjaii
aoiiais ,1.0vh per uillc lur eaiu aju turf
llio OI ratuoaU auU oraUvu piVJUsca W uu
vUilt vy luc saaltf coaipau ua, vU Uj
vtloeu, and Inav i. u. v.ua.oiLi Uucrcojr
tiuiuieu coujudueu to eaii a uailjj lui
lve uuiico lu lu auosviloo to tuv .a
val slocK oi said rahroad to mvet aaa iat
articles or lucJrporacioa pursuaat to tut
provision of cuapter ot tine .Ml ol me
uevlsed statute-sot Hie I.rritorj ot Arlzora.
aud to eiect trom among salu suoscrljers W
salu article no less tuati nvt, 0 nurmort
tulrtcen (Hi directors.
.Name of No. of Amount of
suoscrloer snares suustrlptwo
James iV. i-lemlug... . 2vw tu.M
Ulchard Fleming. .. ltt )U1
z'ortcr W. Memlug. Ii) tuM
U. A. Abrams lij Uj
L. II. Chalmers 131
EXHIBIT "C '
Notlco Is hereby given that a meet
ing of tho suoscrloers to tnc Mpiu!
stock of tho olooe, 1 lagst alt and em
yon ltallroad Company tor the purposoof
adopting articles ot lucoriioratlon pursuit
to tue provisions of Chapter ot title MI
of the Kevlsed statutes of rlrona slllte
ucld at tho city of l'hoenlx Territory ol Ari
zona, ou tbo luth day of .vlireh, V aW4t
IV o'clock A.M. of that daj, aud jou ire re
spectfully requested to bo presint and to
take part lu the deliberations of said meet
ing. L. II. CHALMUte Wmmlttec,
Wc, the undersigned, subscribers to tit
capital stock of tno Globe, liagstal sal
Canyon Railroad Company, admit due ser
t Ice and receipt of a copj of tlio notice abort
set forth on this 4th daj of .March, A. RliU
andducfiveda)svnotlcc from committee ol
subscribers to tho capital stock of the olok,
Flagstaff and Canyon Railroad lompui
pret lous to tho loth day of March, A I) Wl
ut a meeting of said subscribers for the pur
pose of adopting articles of incorporate
and electing directors from amonytlie
scrlbers, In accordance with the BcrW
statutes of the Territory of Arizona,
Recordctl at request of 1 M I nnMn.
March 12, A. I. IrtKI, at 10 1 K N "
Book Ono of Incororatlons pin IB fl
Records of Coconino count, Arirona
By W. M. MILLER. Deputy
Name of No, of
James A. Fleui(nK 2')
RlclrtrO Fleming.. Ul
Porter W. Fleming . 12i
D. A. Abrams ... V-
L. II. Chalmers It.,
s. f., p. & i n
. .WITH Till
p., T. a u. f.
Is the Shortest and Quickest "i j
vcr. Kansas City. 6t. Louis Cbicato M
The Scenic Line of Arizona,
The Best Route to California,
Only North and South Line in Ariatt
Grand Canjonof theColorO '
Urcat Pine Fen si.,
J',"" :7V,Tr,.r! alley,
And numerous other point; "' ' pik-
llrtUir..ll lllntrt toft lMl)k flVO 0 !' ,M
Hon. Through tickets to ah l';"tsAl tM
United States, Canada and 5U xlC0r.Kl3
comforts and contcnlcncs ff "
road, with superb rqulpnicnt ,.h0Onli
IitA P. SMITH. Commercial Agent,
Arizona, 8. P., P. A. P. rt
OtO. M.SAUQEM.Ceneial Pacnjcr.
S. F P. A. P.. Prcscott. Arizona , e f.J.
, E. CorLAKD.CeucralAgent.A i.
B., El Paso, Texas. . rassegff
Oo. T. Nicnotsos. General
Agent, A. T. & 9. F. R. B . CUIcsgo. !
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