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t 'oracO.ATulMlhonii No. 34
tMINCtl' JONES. ATTOnNEYS-AT-LAW.'
WIRMIs la altths courts la the 'Tonrth
JcdleUlUUtriot. Land Mutation a SPECIAL
TV. OMce at ooart feonw; r laicsuB; Arli.
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B. OLABK, 'ATTORNEY AT LAW.
ff .ift vwvw in, mih naouim iruimsai&t J'iK"
Hff, .Aritona. Practice, before the Laud
', Dcpartteftnt Realty,
1-7. I' ' f II, H ' , I i i ii 1i
T""f"AU I31RSI1W iTTOIINIfV.i'r.T.AW
Will Draetlc In -all eeurta of lha ronrth
ladletal district. Offloo rlth K. a. Gosnoy In
is rwoviii DUUUIDK.
U: W.-FLAG8TAFF LODGE. No. 13.
Meets every Thur&day night. In O. A.
Tlttnl. U. A. HUSH, M.
v inning workmen ro coruiauy in-
XyOUis ririKiis. KecorUor,
OUHT COCONINO. I. O. P., NO. fefti.
meets every Tuvsdny erenliiK In a. A. R,
t. YIkH1b brethren cortllnllj, lnvlu.n1 to
(tend. . Mll U. J. URANNKN, a .
Louis SriiRR.lL S.
T?LAa8TAFF LOIKIP- NO. 7. V. & At M.
P KeKUUr tuectlnRson the lirst tnturdy
night of each cnlendar month In Slasonlc
Hall. Kllpntrlck building. BoJournliiR
brethren cordially Invited.
W. 11. ANIJF.ltSON. Master.
J. Gtrruni-' Sayaqe; Secretary.
rrOKESTL , OAMft NO. 1. WOODMEN
r of tli World, moots the Brttand tlilrd
Mondays In each month, Id tlu4iaAjJL.ctaU.'
T. E. Pciaiam, Clerk.
i. o. aiunuii, louw!, vu r.,
- A. lt.-KKaULAl-
Vjf, Hansom riwt. i.
ment of Arliona. will l
on second and lust Sw
E. U. Cuts. Post A
. O. IV-MiAC:
tueeU ererr Frldr
J. K DonUUKHTT.
, mreta rery
rotliem jnrlted to
0. II. COBLE, K, Of
Pastor. On Himdaya:?.'
ra fr1r r
dlctlotiof the Most Bleu .i I if'ls--l i?.1 J
School at 3 o clock p.''Ui.
o clock p. in. un wees ajiiM,i;
a. m. On tho second Suudar of ,eav month
prayer meeting at 10:30 a. in. Sdnday-school
at 11'15 a. m. All cordially Invited.
i COHNRK OP
r?IItST M. E. ClUJItCll.
Church and Lnrcnx Strectn. V. P. Wil
son, l'astor. rreaciuns at ii u. ro. unu i p. in,
Sunday: Sunday mmiooi at joa. m.. uscar
01bM)ii, euporlnU'iidi'iit. Clais uii-etlnKS at
12:15 p. in. Kpworth Iamijuo 6:30 p. m.
Prayer tnccllmi Wednesday evening ut 7:.7)
7IHHT PKEin'TEniAN OIIUKCII.
1 Nurtli fan KrancikCO fctrcet. II. P.
orsor. pator. Sabbath services! Preaching
11 a, m. and 8 p. m.; Sunday school, 10 u.
m.j' V. P. 8. O. E. prayer meeting, 7:15 p. m.
Mid-week conference and prayer, Wcdnes-
day evenlne at 8 p. m
A coruiai luviumoii
HHOKfl DEHTRflL M,
OLDEST BANK IN NORTHERN ARIZONA.
, Wo have an Extonalve Patronage and Oor
retpondenoo throughout Arizona, and lnvlle
your,IlanklnK Business upon Liberal and
T, E.POLL00K, Vioe-PreEident.
Doa'ljTolnoco Bpit ted Snots TouL-'o Away.
Jlfjrpujwant to quit tobacco uslnpt easily
and forover.tiouiaiio well, strong, miiKUctic,
full of new llfo and vigor, tako No-T.i-Bac,
the wopderYorkcr, that m:ilcca weak men
strong.' Many gala ten jionnds in ten days.
Over M,000 cured. Buy Nc-To-Uao of your
druugist, under guar.mioe to euro, 60j or
.1.00. Dooklct and sumplo mailed free. Adt
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6ee, Miss Paul, I'eanie
find out how many you
d good Mrs. Manly, the
plump, matrei minister's wife, and
aho. smiled rea1sHiifily,latJ1UJliitli'fl
b....i i.vc. iK'F'- -"MPH'
vtiy, .Mrs. jiaf , ae
about Sundavr,rwaa 1
couiu learn. jiui
for a ioor, .tired, hungry little child.
You have a big, emply house, a great,
cool, shady yard, plenty of, fresh milk,
fruit, a big garden, chickens, ducks;
everything a child lovesl You might
take three or lour."
"And they woiildcUiase the jlucks,
worry the chiCJtons, pun me. flowers,
waste the JriilfV spljl , the gJil'ondrackt-j
et nndjUpset all over'th'eiqusiet otild
as soon go to the asylum and be; done
with It, Mrs Manly." . " ..'
"'Inasmuch, as ye have done: It, unto
one of the least of these, ye have done
it unto me,' " murmured .Mrs. Manly,
Mrs. Manly rose Jo go, with- a dis
"Then you will not take even one,
"Xot even one, Mrs. Manly," returned
the grim plnster.
"Well, I am sorry, but you are the
best jutjjre, of c&urse." j,.,
But"hat . to dot with ti-ypu&g . ofie.'I
.wouldn't know, IMbHrev I couldn't da
IWhenJ-I willV; nrg it,.JCs Htk
'tween"it0ty-nndTIie time ihe children
come you can let the committee know.
There is always room."
""All" right. But 'tisn't at all likely I
shall change my mind," said "Miss Ruth,
grim ;as ever.
Miss Ruth had plenty of means", and
not a foul to All UintgTeat old 'house excepting-
herself, her stout mald.Bettj-,
nnd the colored boy who acted asgen-
J. W -. find out how.mony you "I Uye with. AuniLou." , :a4ovmvorkl aunt, anyhow; and let - irfe1fll!fe,-i A I Ob '?' ' K""MI " -W-K---- ll
-wouiu-txe;5wwa gooa Airs. Maniy, me ouc is poor, wnrssner- T,r - - .......... lFwiU'HwYplrJ I feT i inil " " W"35i( TB
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thine Betty had to say was that the
neighbors on both sides were going to
take one or two children for n month
from the relief committee, and Betty
thought It was so nice to have the dar
lln'n running around to keep a body
from getting lonesome
Then, worst of nil, In the afternoon
Betty rr-fi.il - 1 a crrtaln muslin bagfor
Btraiilnrr f el 1 y. nnd it could not bo
found, strange to say. In that method
ical household. Miss Ruth hnd to go up
to the fiarrot or a Pleee out ' which
to mnke another bap. And so she
chanced to open a certain trunk in the
garret, by the side of which she sat
down and sighed.
For there, preserved in camphor nnd
lavender, through so many yenrs, were
the garments belonging to the being
MIfs Ruth had most loved on earth, the
little sister who died when she was only
ten years old, and was buried down
there In the old graveyard, tinder the
It seemed as if, while she saton the
floor in the garret, she. could see Tilly's
blue eyes looking up into her. face, and
hear Tilly's tender voice saying: "Sis
ter, remember the timo when we played
together, nnd do it for my sake." Miss
Ruthic got her rnuslln, shut the trunk
nnd marched downstairs to the kitchen.
"Betty," said she, "do you think
we ought to take one of those chil
dren?" "Law, yes, Miss Ruth! Why don't
ye?" said Betty, her plain face light
ing. "But children arc hulsnnccs, Betty."
"Yes, Miss Ruth, but they're kind o?
comfbrtln' after all."
"Well, make your jelly, Betty. Mind
nnd don't let-it burn."
Xext morninff,Ml8H Ruth walked dc
HberaieiyTnfo the office, of tho ladles'
relief committee. Jj?
"I'll take one!" shosald, sternly.
f'AH right. Miss Jiasklns, put down
one for Mlsa PnuJ,'' said the lady in
"Ask her if she wishes a'boy or girl,"
said Miss llaskins, as she wrote the
!'A girl," replied Misq Ruth, promptly.
f'lVord knows wha 'JJ do with her,
(hough; I don't!"
The ladies exchanged glances, which
were not lost on Miss Ruth.
'Be at the depot Tuesday morning,
next week, to receive your charge,"
said Miss Hnsklne.
y-j inn iuina jtuui tuiiicu luutui
and walked out, "They think I'll eat
the child!" she muttered to herself.
"But I won't!"
On Tuesdny morning tho people who
had promised to take children were at
thedepot. So were a great many others,-
prompted by curiosity, nnd, when the
trnln came, .in, Wcllsville had never seen
"Vrtfl fAII " f Itm T)nilt iiimtA.I HAiinfl
sucn n crown. i
Nam were called 'and places as
signed as fast ns the efficient committee
of ladies could do it.
"Miss Ruth Paul one. girl here!"
came nt last. And Miss Ruth marched
'1 to the platform to rcqeive her charge.
A little thlnjf of eight, with ycllowcurls
and bhie eye and a white, face, dressed
In n blue calico drcs.- wpnririir in. lint
vhlch had, evidently Ticen the pronerty
of some young lady, was asslo-ned to
Miss Ruth, vith ticket No. 44. ' '
FLA(&STAFFABIZO,&THIjlSDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1897. 10c PER iriOPV C I
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Indy pave uic, In this bundle. AuntLouU And o the clilal stayed to t be the W W i Bfl-VIVbltl . .llfes.'fiGSffii!"
said it wouldn't do, but i;-real "pretty
I think." n" " .f ;'
lfTnrlA',iw't.n.11n nA ti .. iv
Undo your bundle and let me sec'!
Tilly unrolled, the paper; and showed.
the remains of a child's pink, tarlatan
'Iumphii Ypacan'take thattodress
the big; x;lcan kltphettS!iHr.her, vlsKow-
"here's the child. jGeher '$t baifl of
bread and milk." $& i " &
-iw, .Misuiiumi uiayou really taite
oner' And Betty's hands went' upin
"Yes, I did. Do youlikemllkcbild?"
. "1 don't know," satd the baby, shy 1
"Don't know! Didn't you rer dria:
"2fo ma'am. I've seen it, but In
lontco iu jvuni. ixa couiunt
buy it." 4
"Betty, be quick! LeavethetCi
on! Come here, Tilly, and See
like pure, country breod and
Tilly .proved that she dW'
the last drop In the bowlftl
would have offered her irfofeVfc
did not want to make th&eaiiai!
first- thing; " . -&&',
"Are you tired?" she,ajikel
bread nnd milk was flijfthed.
go out in
sweeny, f -t;;rieTer-inw nK-s-iKji-
.... iirl Tl -' ,!
"Good Lord!' Is there no 'crass
York?" asked Miss Ruth.
"Yes'm. Lota of It In the parks. Bjit
the police don't 'low you to step on It.!'
"Well, you can step on Ithcrc. Ooout
now, nnd do do just whatever you're
n mind tot"
Miss Ruth gave Tilly a little bedroom
next to her own- and undressed her with
her own hands.
"Where's your gowii, child?" she
"I hain't got no gown," replied Tilly.
"What do you sleep In?"
"This" was a thin undcrwaist, which,
with a small petticoat, completed the
child's underwear. 1 .
"Well!" Miss Ruthdldn'tknowwhat
to do. "i'll get you some to-raorrbw,"
The next duy MIs Ruth said:
"Betty, that child' has absolutely nq
clothes. I'll get her' some, and you
must help me make 'cm."
"-'Toln't much use, for such a little
While, is it?" asked Betty.
"She's got to be decent while she
(stays," said Miss Ruth, resolutely.
fio they bent to work. And the next
Sunday, when Miss Ruth led her little
charge to Sunday school In a blue
"Mother Hubbard" and- big white hat
nnd new shoes, people said:
"Miss Paul must have visitors, else
who is the pretty child In her pew?"
And they never knew it-for the little
wnlf who came out on the relief train
Tilly had, been there two weeks,
when, one night there was, a thunder
storm, and .Miss RutTT Van awakened by
a call at her bedside.
'lAunt Ruthle! Aunt Ruthfe!" She;,
had'-tniight TJlly tocnll her that,' and
the ohlld's, voice roused her..
"Well, what is It?'' she asked.
"I'm trfraid of the thunder, Aun$
Ruthle. May I come In your bed?"
The little figure crept in and cuddled;
up close to. Miss Ruth, the small nrm.j
wound round her, and' she felt the warm
breath on her .cheek. And somehow
Miss Ruth remembered Betty's words:
"Children 'Is kind, o' comfortln' after
foil," and felt a strange sensation of
nullum nyiiKt luucjy iicut v.
After awhile the month was up; and
the ladies notified those who had'ehil
lAn liMVtk 41 aw i 41 a 1,AnA.4 oAnrlti
uiu, iv iiihic utuiii uv mc uvJVb' acuiij
to return to'the city.
Mrs. Manly and Mies Haskina called
on Miss Ruth.,
"Am, I'.obllged to let her go?" asked
"Unless, you keep her ai your own",
expense. Our chnrge ends this month."
"Come on!" said Miss Ruth, leading
herself to the depot, simply because she
wntilrl not be seen in the. village, with:
the child .following her. Not yiQnvl
"Climb in!" she -said, looscnlnfritwH
ponyrs straps. The little one, was Inw
"Oh, whot a prett.y carriage!"
nl1 nntflni. 4ti.rtf.';ii1innH '
yohrs?" and she smiled un Into.M
''Yeg. What' your name, child?'
thf.crlW -"JMsnn down
would;; Hrwr awl
And o the child stayed to be the
1'f ht of the. home which was no longer
loly. and tbmak'e happier and better
Jf :s Tenth's nf1vnTirftnff in
3S ;s Ruth's advancing days,
- jd, as lo Betty, she never grew tired
'nfjainging Tilly's prnlsos or of doinp
solipthlng for the plenaure of her pet
or nvorite. Miss Ruth softened and
t 'etencd irreatly. , The Abbott ehil-
rdir nforKot to call hir-"sour old-mnld."
bu Meased every day to go over to Miss
Eyrs. nnd play with Tilly,,bccauseMUs'
n-iii .always, had something nice to give
'.thlm. Woman's Journal.
,''i ' He neacmliled the Cnke.
.'ho landlady smiled sweetly on all
inblcd at the table, and announced
t she hnd a conundrum
What resemblance is there between
, liinks nnd the cake that is being
vfr., Blnks got red in the face, and
t'reirrct to say." said the, landlady.
h the same sweet smile, "that the
jk is'a little short to-night."
'r. JJlnks thereupon made up his
y that It was time for him to move.
( . AVould Work Outaldc.
pnewly-'appolnted Clcorgla justice
ae peace was iniormeti mat some
had stolen his horse durlnir the
m.- Jle wns not Jong in locating the
flltfal.-who was Sneedilv brautrht to
"l.when the justice said:
hain't qualified ter seton.this case,
if JA,. Ai..
Mrs. Gabb (rushing in) Oh, Mrs
Gndd, why did. you leave Silk & Co.'sJ
bargain, More fo early? They ve just
opened a beautiful bankrupt stock of
rlblions. Come right liaek, quick.
Mrs. Gadd (with a powerful effort at
self-control) I cannot. Indeed I can
not, I must heJp my husband to get
dinner. X. Y. Weekly,
Important to Horsemen.
"Never go up to a horse and put your
hand on him without first speaking to
him," said Col. Yerger to his colored
stableman, Sam .lohnsing.
"What's dat for, boss?"
"If you don't, speak first the horse
will be fo startled that ho will let, fly
bolh hells nt your hend, and then I'll
have, a lame horse on my hands. N. Y,
"You look Worried," said the improv
ident man's friend.
"I am slightly annoyed. I am having
difficulty about getting a check cashed."
"Why, that ought to be easy."
- "It's like a great many other things.
It's easy enough when you get started.
My trouble Is that I can't get nnvbodv
t to write the check." Washington Star.
nuinjr for Information.
"Pa! pa!" little Johnny began.
"Now what do you want?" naked his
suffering father, with the emphasis on
"Will my hnlr fall out when it's ripe
When the flat ruler had eenel fnit.
ing on Johnny. iliis thirst foreknowledge
nenpek Come up to my house to
morrow night; I'm going to eclebrato
my go!d-n weddimg.
Wiseman tloldeu wfdding! Why,
man; you've only been, married three
Heiipek I know It; but lb poems 50,
so everything i all right. Up-tu-Date.
Whero the Imuedlmcnt Lies.
She I think Mr. Slone is Just too
mean nnd stingy for anything! He
jus.! won't buy his yjfe a wheel!
He You misjudge him, mv love. He'd
be perfectly willing to buy it, only he's
too fat to teach her to ride, arid too
jealous to want iinyongelse tonctnsher
Instructor. Brooklyn Life.
LEVI STRAUSS & CO.
FACTORY-5AN FRAN CI SCO -CAL.
jfll F4 Jp !Il3b
tBiWPsygB "' MARK..
RALLS AND SPRING BOTtOM PANTS.
? EVERY 0ARMENT;OUARANTEEOf T. ,
MPLOV OVC 330 OIRMR.
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. crtMa-OPOwoteo(itwvo. t? JSBe&, -A
Grandfather I can't make out why
ucb light winei should go tomy head.
j Tommy I'spcctthere'snoroomany
where elsej grandpa! London Idleri
She lias a very injty head
That Biddy damsel, yon
And yet her head's the only thins
She plumes herself upon.
"I suppose it makes you feel pretty
serious to have your husband go to that
far-off gold field?"
"Yes, It does. He's consumptive, you
know, nnd I'm afraid lie won't live to
get out enough stuff to make it any
object." Cleveland 1'laiu Denier.
Little Elmer (wholsn great reader)
Prof. Ilroadhend Well, my son?
Little Elmer Pn, do you suppose
Kfioch Ardcn waited till he was sure
that his wife had married ngain before
he enmu back? Judge.
"There Are Othera."
As the walling wife, at two In the morn-
lne; . ' .
II card his stumbling step out on the
"It Is not widows only," sho muttered:
"Who brthtlr-'iate-husbands can talk."'
Mrs. Oldgirl Doctor, I wish to con
sult you with. .regard; to, my. husband.
He ds very irritable, and although he
loves me dearly he
Doctor Ah, I see! You want to have
him committed to an asylum. St. Louis
The Coat ot Clinrnctera.
The world Is but a Heetlne show;
Our parts we take them as they come.
And some as stars will gayty glow,
And some obscurely be.it the drum.
Not HI Only Flint t.
'Uncle Kzru The paper says this can
didate for the legislntur' has great per
sonal magnetism. ,
Uncle Abner Yes; an' there's other
charges'ag'in hiin, too! Puck.
A Pretty Good Sign.
Betty What makes you think he's
Letty He never puts his arm around
my waist when he kisses me. Town
Kindly Old Lady You say that you
i-are.n fancy baker? yv
Cnsby de Kidder Ycs'mrm trym"
to make do biggest loaffoa record.
The Champion Snake Wory.
Jim Crlmsonbeak has a brand new
snake story. &
Tim-Wbal is it?
"Says he never-saw any."
'Escaped AVIIhout a Scratch.
Ethel Jack hasn't shaved in a week.
Edith Your face doesn't show it
Dead as a Donr Anil.
"I'm surprised to hear that you arc
to bo married again; your husband
hasn't been dead oer six months."
"Yes, but he is as dead as he ever will
be." Town Topics.
Ul &utsm ' .w- grm.-",j"j -;-:;
'tS rh L mf mwtmnKi '
Tn i 1 l'VJiil 'I X jH4, V7Tf rsrSi4ri UMLn Jrz&
Sonietlilnu to Sit On. ., ...
"Is your .daughter's new house full " ;
of fine furniture?" It ,-', , .&"
"Yes. Whenever 1 go to see. her I.
take a- camp-stool with me.'.'Chlcago
Record. ' '.--"-;
"There," said the Infirmary attend
,ant, "is a man that used to be looked
upon as a hero. He was feted and made
much of; hnd plentof money and his
picture was published in all the papers.
Now nobody ever thinks of him, and he
has come out here to die."
"Indeed! What wai his business?"
"Ho was a champion pedestrian."
Gather ye rosebuds while ye may
Old Time ti still a-Hylng;
This flower ye freely pluck to-day
To-morrow you'll be buying.
-N. T. Truth.
Grump I don't believe there evr.
wns a woman wao could lire without
gossiping about other women.
Mrs. Grump Eve? Yellow Book.
A highly-honored name he bore.
Although his crimes were rank. '
lie had the dust, and 00 his name
was nonored at the bank.
Chicago Journal. v
"What nonsense it Is," remarked the
sentimental girl, "to take daisies and by
plucking off the petals try to learn
whether or not a man lovea you
"Yes," repSeiV :Mlas Cajenne; "it i
very silly. A !! bcitw luethodls to
take the roses he send you around to
the llorists and tlnd out how much they,
cost." Washington Star.
"Well," said the smiling and leisure
ly caller to the" busy man, "I haven't
bothered you for quite awhile."
"That is true," replied the busy man, .
with ready assent, "but there have been
plenty of other bores." Pittsburgh
, , Her Proof. C"
Mr: Muldrcth Do you really believe.
Miss Burbeck, there is any such'tWng
ns luck? . '',&ii0.
Miss Burbeck Certainly. Papi'toS
nothing to call him out this ,W&f?
jind yet he went away just beMnfB
came. ucvemnu Loader. 'stiaaGie
Orr. Tenbr Clleff Don't you think I
am in better voice than usual to-night."
Mr., Thomas Hojack No, I think cot.
Your voice is no better." In fact, I think
it is beyond hope. There is no remedy
for it Louisville Courier-Journal. '
Sand nnd Rock.
Marie So you are, engaged -to Mr.
Specie? Was he the oulv.mtin nt .
I beach with sand enough to propose?
Edith No. But he was the only mm
with rocks enough for me to accept,-
N. Y. Truth. v
She I am, quite sureyon had too
raueo ciinrapagne wne you called OR
me yesterday nfternoon. . i
He ,Yes; I thought Td jial" leok
around to-day to see if I was ngd
;to you. Boston-.'i'ravelkir.'
. At Coney Island. '
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uiu juu lose your money oa a gaa
of chance?'? asked the officer.
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,"Iih.om?ht ot thejtime," groaaad L.
the; victim, "but now I, know that I "v
aida't nave any." Brooklyn Life.
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