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8urgeon, Flagstaff. Aritona. Will re
pond promptly to all calls fram any point
a tbe Atlantic Paclflc Railroad. OlUce
and drug store opposite the depot. Tele
phones: Store. Its residence. SB.
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a MILLER. M. I).. FLAGSTAFF". ARI-
tona. usjee, one aoor cant til rest.
co. Telephone No, 34
YJUNCil A JOHE8, ATTORNKT8-AT-I.AW.
f Will bractleeta all taeeotutifa the Fourth
JsdtehU DUtrlct. Una litigation a SPECIAL
IT. oae at oenrt beose. flagstaff, ArU.
E1 8. CLARK. ATTORNEY AT LAW,
I. Olflcoju the Babbitt building,, Flag
staff, Arizona.' Practice before the, Law
Department a ipccnlty.. v f , I
OSCAR G1ASUM. ATTOttNKT.AT-I.AW-.
.. Will praettoe la Hi courts or the roorth
ladlolal dlttriot. Oo with K. 8. Uoraei la
la Babbitt bntldln.
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. Meetaarer Thunidav
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CODKT COCONINO, I. O. . NO. kW.
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S'LAOBTAFF LODOE. NO. 7, V. A. M.
Ketralar meetings on tlie irtt Saturday
:ht q( each calendar month In Maitonlc
all. Kllnatrlek building. Bojouralu
kmbrM cordially InTit-.'j "
- w. H. ANDKBSON, Matter.
J. OtmiBin Sataoi. Secretary. , .
TTORK8T OAalP. NOl 1.. WOODMEN
r of tba World, masts the Brst and third
Mondays In each month. In ibeO. A. R, Uall.
Tlaltlnjc Boereln rordlally welcome.
T. 8. BUNCH. Counsel Com.
T. E. Pdixiam. Clerk.
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Ransom Post. O. A. R- No.4. Impart.
untDf Arizona-will ha held In O. A,
a second and lust Saturday In each month.
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O. O. F.-PLAOSTAH' LODGE. NO. 11.
ibsU every Friday eTenlna la Masonic
I. Vtaltlnt brethren' cordially Inrlteo.
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Brothers ibtiu-u to attunoi ,. ,.
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. Futor. On Huudavs: Low Mass ut 7:30
Jock a.m.1 Ulcb Mass at Ha. m. Sunday
cboolatU a. tu. Evening swrlcea at h7-
9. m. On week , days: . Htn at 7 a.- m.
hm the second Sunday of each month, prayer
asaetlng at 10 a. iu.; Sunday School at 11
I cordially larltod.
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f Church ana Lareux Btrtet. O P. Wll
Sn, Pastor. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7p.ni.
awadaysl Sunday. sobool at 10a. m Oscar
dHeaou, duperlatendent. Vlasa meettnn at
latU n. su. Xnwtirui lami 8:an n. m.
Kayer meeting Wednesday eTeningat7y-
ery body welcome.
North .Ran Francisco street. II. P.
Carter, pastor. Sabbath services: Preaching
n a. m. aad 8 p. m.j Sunday school, 10 a.
at.: Y. 1. s. c. a. prayer meeting. 7:15 p.m.
Mid-week conference and prayer, Wednes
day evening at sp. m. Acordhl Invitation
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An English Traveler's Testimony
Write to LoMdon Paper, of Wbat
Ha 8w'1b Trip to ttia Qraed
Canyon of tba
'lie following coramtihlnatlou a-peai-fil
Id llio Lomliin Field, a well
kimwn uportamnn's iiubllcittlon, July
7, 1897, ndilreiweil tp toe "Editor of
Jtlm Fluid:" ,
After jYlewlnsr tlio pyramids of
tODatNo.B,iEWI'. walla anil lisnglnjj gardens
re'eordlallytu-1 "' ,H,,J'I"I, t,,B tipl of Artehila at
hpliKtus, I He atatutt oi Jupiter by
Plildjas, Ihe Coltwaus of Rhodrs, the
Pliant i4 Alfxandria aud the olher
atx-rtflitnl wouilera of the ancient
wtiililj aftf r cllraliinu the dlzsy Mat
tarlmrn, and vifwine the clouds that
float benralu Mont Bcanc; after visit
ing Rome aud Naples, Constantinople,
a'ut Jtrivalem, and all the places of
Hiifiuut and modern history; of myth
ology aud btbllrlain I boarded an
exprfw train at Parla for the Channel
am) was soon In the British capital.
It Is nfitdless to say that I was
tired, for I had lieen traveling steadily
for nearly two years, aud in that time
blleve I tested the comfort of every
sail, boat, every railway coach aud
Very street car. not to mention several
.hundred cabs, ou the eontlueut. My
trip in" tliu womteraot Kypt waa pel
hs the most uiijo.vitlilu of my entitle
neniiil ,tourviu( wlitfit, 1 urrfved In
LtfiVilon t vefljjr 'Miev ttiUt.-vveie-,l
'snmu)oi1erio Liverpool I ahould have
sih'Ciiuibed bifure renuliing tliuro 49
tlioi'iiii;lilr worn out with ceiudes
travel was I; Being an invalid, pnib
ably accounted iu a great measure no
doubt for "IbMt tired feeling," as the
After month's rest here I was in
duced by a youug banker friend of
mine to -visit the United States. I
hall uever forget my first impressions
of that wonderful country, of which
I had read not a .little, but Imagine
my surprise to.JQud n city like Denver
fur west of New York. But of
tbh I may have opportunity to write
Our tour embraced a trip to the
Grand Canyon of Ihe Colorado, which
we were told In London lay iu
Colorado, through which ran a beauti
ful stream, of ihat name. On arrival
iu Chicago wetmide Inquiries 11s to Mm
whereabouts of llilx Grand Canyon of
I ho Colorado. YVu were told
various stories and at length found
the offices of Ihe Atchison railway,
where the desired information wa
forlli-comlng, but iu rittuer homeo
pathic quantities. We went to buy
a railway ticket to Flagstaff, Aii7.v
and 'were Informed that as we desired
tgo to California anyway wo should
buy a ticket to Los Angeles (frSan
Frauciaco, which was sold at nearly
the same price 'and cheaper than a
ticket1 to Flagstaff. u
It was a beautiful day in June when
We alighted from a splendid Pull mail
coach at Flagstaff station, a remarka
bly pretty little town In Northern
Arizona and the only place of any
Bute we encountered j after leaving
AJbuquerqoe, N. M. 4
Securing " 'ivotel accommodations,
which we found to be of as good a
elaas as inytblDg we . encountered In
BMBy of the' large cities Iu tba East
sad 'at' 'reaaeoable - rates, the next
soraiBg, we boarded suge making
tri-weekly iript to: tin. Grand CttayoB
Tbe trip talks Cmjm took elevea
koars. vTb sUgs t-otvil passes through
SwSbs' tkis BrsttlsstysiiKl Btewt pio
twrtsejue scMery J mvs Swsa, art
'' . j , - k
wmliwstBg , grssB. Tbwrs- Is :
niHgnlncent pine fiil-est, which we' eu
tered.aKiutSOn'iuiieii from Flagstaff.
The trees aVe;.verjtal jaustraigbl,
most of. I here leaehiig ti' heights -ot
over one hundwrfeiv '"
, TbeatagHrBseheeVtbe csmp near
the Canyon at 6 o'clock) p. m." and we
all tumbled out, ovi joyed that the
Journey was ended. After substah
list supper of plain victuals but exctl
leutcoffee, wefoilovfedlho trail lead
Ing tothe tlm of'Hhe great Canyon,
ami. f rum a point viewed tlie' Sdusei.
Tills was my first view of this wouder
aud It is one that Bill before' my vis
ion now, tbougbM am thouaauds of
luilcs away fromit. The rha!ii opens
at 6neyrfeei suddenly and alums!
frlchtfully." VVUlj me "It seemed as a
beautifully painled milage, a grand
painting hung on, the horizon and
stretching away and outward, from
one's feet. The rays of the setting
suu cast fitful shadows here and
there over the.panoraiua, and I can
truthfully say that fur the granduess
of Its beauty I have seen nothiug that
could be compared' with It. I was
urprlsed'at it allSand iiisuntly my
thoughts reverted to that afteruiHiu iu
Loudon when 1 feturned from my
travels. I felt then and believed that
JL had seeu all there was worth seeing
la the.world and hadno Inclination to
proceed tarther;!? As one stands 011 the
brink of thts Grand Canyon It Is as
though one were being .shown the
terribleness ot' .Dante's Inferno, and
you look for 1 he wlphury vajior yes,
there it U fiimtlayillke a thin cloud
over the chasm; you look for the Imps,
aud sharply glBce.arpMtid your
shoulder fKv tbeiiMe AitioVhelea you
have piclurelUsjere-a!' voii see
.. ,ir-"..n iu. ui -i ikW w
Captain ifohNHswl!WSssL. --i
ilu Invite us1 tu Ids cabin mid tr
are eiiteltaliit'd .liy this ilelighifilt
clractef ujitjl fi.tiJ.ltJ evoujiiff, Ha
would kftep 111 up nlf nlglit Itilllug us
hts wonderful expi.-rlum-cc, but clet'p
and rest nm to bit sought and wo re
luctittiily bid him gHid ulght.
AfleragoiHt night's sleep, we gii
uu earlv and after a hearty) break
with genuine tea, we started to.,' ex
plore the Cauyon. M-tf,
I have uot sp.tcn here to deseribe
the Grand Canyon In detail indeed,; I
fear I should make n bad failure. of it
if I tried and in a future letter, with
your permission, will dwell on lis ram
InYntlou', Its nng'is and Its Titanic
size. It Is entiitlly a frenk of na
ture, a wonderwork of mighty God,
the grandest sight In all the world.
Its formation, Its birth, is as mysteri
ous as are the star and no law of na
ture, or of science U responsible for it.
It is there, and it niomini ent to the in
tiiiitn power ot One, be he God or
some mighty, terrible Evil.,
I would rnconiniHiiiI to all who can
that' they straightway pi and on their
Illiteracy 11 trip to America '.o the
Grand Canyon of the Cilor.i'lo.
For the past two years Mark Twain
has been engaged In gutting mi ferial
toget lute and writing a bonk relating
to .his trip nroiiml thn world through
Australia, Intlla, South Afrlcit,, etc.,
audit U-nor uomMntHi 'and manu
script iu the hands ot the publishers.
IhisWltlen iu thi style of the liniuor
tai "Innocents Abrotd," and bis friends
preiHct fcliat it will be his greatest
work, his. masterpiece. In a iWent
letter he refers to if. as follow: "I am
more than satisfied with it these latter
days. I wouldn't trade It for any book
I hajre ever written, nnil I amiot an
easy 'person to. please." UThe book will
be a: lnrgeoctavo, handsoraely illustrated,-
and will lie published by the
AmerloaB,, Publishing olps'paBy of
Hartford,' Cdna. The gessral sgency,
ooaverlngthe exolutlve ; right t of sale
by aubscrlptloB, haabeea ssslgned, for
uoioraao.-vfjoming, aew suxieo ana
Arlsonsy to 8. F. Junkla; M aftd M
Kittredge balldlng; Denver, ; -
wAttorMT W; If. ttWr v,Si;' iik
To Hon, E.E. Sloan. Judge 4tb Judi
cial District, Teirilory of Arizona.
Augutt term, 1897:
We the members of ihe grand Jury
beg leave to 'report, that' we" have ex
amined1 into' teu cases, and tblm
eight witueases, aud have found six
true bills and ignored four charge.
We have also examined the various
couutyiofi)ees as directed and' here
with present reports of Ihe varjous
committees. We desire to' thank th
Court for many' courtecies exieuded,
also the sheriff ami bailiffs for the
promptness with which witnesses have
been procured, and for many courte
sies extended; also the efficient
District Attorney fur the able manner
in. which be lias conducted ibe affairs
of his office, aud tor numerous favors
exteuded'llils jury during its present
term. We have now iiuished our du
ties aud beg leave to lie excused.
N. L Pattbbsok,
J. R. Kilpatbicx, toremau.
COOMTT BKCOBDKB'S OFFICC
We jour commiiu-e appointed to
examine tbe office of the County Re
corder beg to report that we ilud said
oUice iu good shape, aud kept iu a
ueat aud efficient uiauunr by Recorder
T. E. Pulliain.
, J. O. PUKLAM,
J. U. Kilpatbicx.
We your cuuimittee appointed to ex
amine tbe Treasurer's otUce beg leave
to submit the following report: From
tbe quarter commencing April 1st, the
amouut of taxes aud llceuaea willecled
Update! was" '.iCU.67. iegsljKfci'iffi
sundry dNburuuiutinW 011 hand to the
amount of $6,014.07, leaving no avail
abie.ciwli. 'tin lirfud1; Yo find, the
Trr'iWt-T Owiki kept Jienijiiiil tdcau'
iitjctovurythlug about the ulHeti kept.
in a satUtactory luuuueiv
c. e. iioward,
FXOBATB JUDGE S OKnCE.
i" We the committee appduted by you
to investigate the records and an airs
of the Probate Judge beg leave to re
port that we have carefully looked
through tbe same, and that we hud
tbe books to be kept Iu a very ueat
aud methodical, mauuer, am! all other
affairs of the office iu Hist -class con
dition. J. WoFbamcis,
W. C. Gibson,
Dud everything iu first-class
W. 11. Carroll,
4; ; Cap. P. Smith. -
,Wo your coinmlitee nipoliiteii lo
exiimliiH books nml iilfiee of County
Supervisors beg to report that we tltid
evcrvihiniriu irood order, ami books
aud uccouuU posted lo il.de.
J. C. I'HELAN,
C. F. Greknlaw,
c J. W. Francis,
We the undersigned committee ap
pointed by tho foicitiln of the grand
Jury to examine tim Sheriffs otllce beg
leave U report Ihat we haye examined
the said office and found Ihe same in
C. . Howard,
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IVIebrstml for Its grrnt leavening strength
and healthtulness. Assures the food agates
slum and alt forr-n ot adulteration common
to th cheap lirsndi. ROYAL BAKI.NO
POWDER CO.. NKW VOBK.
DISTRICT ATTORNEY'S OFFICE.
We Ihe undei signed committee ap
Itolnbnd by yon to Investigate tba
olfl-H of the' District Attorney Ug
leave to say that we have investigated
said Office to Ihe best of our ability;
and found the office, hooks and papers
wherein the county is concerned la
good order In every way.
We the undersigned, your committee
appointed to lnect the office of Ihe
Clerk of Ihe Court and the records la
his keeping, would respectfully report
that we have examined all ot tho
records and affairs of his office, and
Kml everything in ginal condition;
that the, record are kept In a neat
audlhorough manner, and we have
tiii1 c'rltlelm or recommeudatinu of
itnv L I ml tu iilTi-r. hot roimiii'tid .Mr..
iweiior on ! ruir-Tovi .tun carouotH'Si
n- ,, - if ,- -. 1 11 ,
h. II. 'I'OLKUKE
W. H. l'OWER.
vWaijnpr. committee appointed to
in vsyastWe coHuty hospltah would
rwpiH'rep')rt that we. bavii?
thoroughly" examined the1 hospital , and
Ita appolBiawnts, and find it in. fair,
condition;, The management seems to
le doing all Ihat can be done for tbe)
comfort and care of the patients that,
mtiM Iw DnuanisJ for thn rptuuaarsv
. 7 . ?",
tion received. '.Mi
k ,V iH. ioutmbbv
. T J. B..JONES.
'"' Wm Carroll.
We Ihe cmmittee;appolnted by the
foreman of ,thgrand 'jury havo in-
sjM'Cted the jsiland out bouses, have
found everything, In lirst class shape.
,', Cap. P. Shim,
, ' ,"7, John Marshall,
S: -- M. S. Beal.
Rztenttoa of the Itock Island.
One ot the great railway systems of
the West Is Ihe Rock Island. Recent
ly tho officers of this company havo1
been casting about for an outlet to'
tlie Coast. A it is now, a great part ;
of the haul west of Pueblo is, oven
(eased lilies, thn Rio Grande Westerns'?
getting the, bulk ot It. The wostf
available route Is claimed to be froJ:
their western terminus to old Fort"
Defiance and on through, lo Prescott,
1 crossing: the Santa; Maria and Bill'
Willlanis Fork countries, reaching the
Colorado river near Yuma and pre-f
ceedlBg on to Sb Diego tbroagb ;
Soutbera California. t
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