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Cold niul no rain or snow.
Go to Branucu's for ladies' wraps.
Yuniii lias organized u Republican
Tim "C 1'" corset for sale at Brnu
ncu's. C. E. Boyce, tho Williams merchant,
Is in Alburfutrquo this week.
E. It. Bajless nuil Harry Moore
wcro up from Williams Monday.
Mrs. F. Jeans, spent a couple of
days hero this week visiting friends.
E. M. Sanford, of l'rescott. spent a
few hours in Flagstaff on Saturday
See thu c.tm heavy ltandoin mixed
men's underwear at Br.uuicn's, $1 a
Miss Devilling tho teinperaueo lec
turer left on last Friday for her homo
in thu east.
Mrs. J. Downs and Mrs. Court Fer
ry of YVlnslow wcro in tho skylight
city Friday.
Dr. D. J. Branneu inatlo a profess
ional visit to Holbrook Saturday re
turning Sunday.
Born, at Holbtook Arizona, on Sat
urday, Nov. 11th, to tho wife of Adolf
Schuster, a son.
See Bra mien's lino of lino shoos;
prices aro low. Wo have a dandy
2.60 ladies' shoe.
Father Queteu of Prcseott was in
Flagstaff Saturday on his way to King
man and Barstow.
Dr. Diyden, and Master Mechanic
Fuller, of Winslow, took in tho theat
rical performance Saturday night.
Dr. W. M. Johnston of Williams
left Sunday on a ten days visit to his
former homo in Ness County Kansas.
You ain't in it" unless you treat
your girl to a box of those delicious
caramels that Switzer & Son put up.
A lino Hue of holiday goods have
beeu received at Ur.mnen's Drug Stoic,
The lino embraces many now and de
sirable articles.
airs. Emma (Jonales is now in New
York City, exhibiting tho "human
freak." She poses as a widow of a
rich Brazilian count in reduced cir
cumstauees, awaiting the coming of a
fortune. It is said that tho Arabian
"Is a drawing card" and that Mrs.
Gonzales is reaping a handsome in
come from her exhibitions.
The people of Old Town ha e com
menced the building of a four foot
side-walk, having about 100 feet com
pleted. It is U their intention to build
it U connect with the sidewalk leading
into town. If everyone living on tho
line of tho proposed walk will contrib
ute their prorata toward the entcrprl-e
they will iiud it a patiug investment.
Jt is claimed that tho cost will not ex
feed $10 or 12 per linear foot.
Tim PresbWeriaii Society of Flagstaff
lias purchased four lots and have let
the contract for building a church
north of tho Del Monte Hotel on tho
Block west of tho Court House Block.
Tho coutraet was let to J C. Grim,
who will go to woik on tlto structure
1u the near future. It is expected that
the railroad company will donate two
lots adjoining those already purchase!!
making slv in all.
'file WcMtcrn Settler's Chosen Speclflc.
With every ndvuncu of emigration Into tlio
far Went, n new ilemniiil Iscicatcd for llos
tctler'i Momncli lllttci-s. Newly peopled ie
jtlons ato fmiuently Ion salubrious tluui
older settled localities, on ncroiint of tho
mlunim ttlilcli rises from recently cleared
land, particularly alonstlio banks of rivers
Ihut are subject to freshets. Tlio arlcul
tural or mining emigrant wxn learns, when
ho doc not ajrrndy know, that tho Hitters
afford tho only wirp protection against
malaria, mid tlio- disorder of tho stomach,
liver onl Ixivrels to which climatic changes,
exposure. an'1 unaccustomed or unhealthy
water or diet subject hlni. Consequently, ho
places an estimate upon this gicat household
H)ecll!cand prevcnlUo comtnensurute with
Its Intrinsic merits, and Is careful to keep on
hand a restorntlvo and promoter of health so
Implicitly to bo relied upon In tlmoof need.
A Ooia Watch ami IJSIM.
That is what every agent receives
who gets up .1 club cm ur $1 per
week plan.
Our 1 1-karat gold tilled cases arc
wariMiitcxl for twenty years. Fine
Elgin or Waltliam movement. Stem
wind ami set. Ladle's or Gent's si.e.
Equal to any 50 watch. To secure
where wohavo none, wo sell 0110 of tho
Hunting Case Watches for the club
price of $28 ami send C. O. D. by ex
press with privilege of examination
before paying for same.
Our ageut at Durham, N. C, writes:
"Our jewelers havo confessed thuy
dont know how you can furnish such
work for tho money."
One good reliable agent wanted for
each place. Write for particulars.
J8 and 50 Maiden Lane, New York.
Brannen, agent.
For rent furnished room. Apply nt
this office.
Miss May Freeman left Tuesday for
her homo in Albuquerque.
F. J. Brannen returned Wednesday
from a trip to San Diego, Cal.
The 1. O. (5. T. installed their offi
cers fur tho ensuing term Tuesday
L. L. Burns lias sold out his stock of
liquors and bar fixtures ou railroad
County Surveyor, Lamport, is esti
mating timber for the A. L. & T. Co.
near Clialleuder.
Tho Arizona Lumber & Timber Co.,
is shipping more lumber this season
than for several years past.
Newt. Lewis has returned to tlio
Coconino Forest, and will stay during
the winter improving his ranch in tho
Miss Marion Melntire who has been
visiting relatives hero for thu past two
months, left for Los Vegas on last
The "Curly Kid" was incarcerated
iu the county jail Monday by Justice
Gibson for tho space of ten days for
Union services will bo hold in the
Methodist church on Thanksgiving day
morning. Ilcv. Kobt. (Jolt man will
delivci tho sermon.
Tho subject at tho M. E. Church
next Sunday morning will bo "How
may I know I am a Christian." At
7:30 p. m., "FirmnessofCharaetcr."
Piano and organ, Miss L. II. Silver
nail, teacher, Williams, Arizona.
Particular attention given children and
new beginners, 155 cents per lesson.
Our friend Tom Coalter and party
have icturned from their hunting trip
bringing in thieo lino deer. Tom Is a
lover of sport and reports having had
a good time.
John Sanderson is receiving ship
ments of tlio choice cuts of pork, sau
sage, and head cheese on Thursday of
each week. These moats ho sells for
cash antlat low prices.
There arc are more hobos in town
than are strictly necessary for the wel
fare of the community. Tlio proper
thing to do is to show them a road
leading out of town.
T. L. Crane, an old time A. & P.
engineer, was iu Flagstaff Sunday on
his way to Denver, Tobo hag been
running an engine in Old Mexico for
the p.ist four mouths.
On last Thursday night about 1 1
o'clock during the absence of Jules
Aublucau from his place of business,
somwoiic with bnrglarous intent kicked
open the back door and helped theui
sclvcj to a number of bottles of liquor
and a box or two of cigars. Mr.
Aubincau offers $25 for tlio arrest and
conviction of the parties who entered
his premises. .
Sabb ith school at 10 a. in. Morning
Service 11 a. in. Subject for Sunday
Nov. 22. "The Ark in the House,"
Young Peoples Meeting at C:30 p. 111.
At 7(30 o'clock. Dr. Kobt. Coltman Jr.,
for 0 jcais Surgeon of thePrcsbtteiian
Hospital at Tung Chow Fu, will de
liver an address on Missionary work in
the Celestial Empire. Prayer meeting
at the Parsonage at 7:30 on Thursday
evening. All cordially invited.
Tlio "(iruplilc" 1'arty.
The Graphic newspaper p.uty, mak
ing a business trip in its private palace
car "Mayllower," an ivctl in Flagstaff
Tuesday night. The party aro iu
charge of Major F, T, Berry, tlio geuer
al agent of tho A. & P.
Tho personnel of tho p.u ty is as fol
lows: Truman G. Palmer, Manager;
E. C. Chapii), Managing Editor; Oiaf
Ellison, Editor; Chasu Thorn, Artist;
A. J. Bajliss, and Can. II. Whiting,
of thu Business Department; C. F.
Greenwood, Stenographer; Clayton
Woodward, Messenger; Mrs. Truman
G. Palmer, and Mrs. M. C. Lincoln.
Tho party aro hero for the purpose
of taking views of tho Cliff Dwellers,
the San Francisco mountains tho town
of Flagstaff and other points of inter
est, which together with tlio proper
(l.ito will bo published iu the Chicago
Graphic. The party were taken to
the Cliff dwellings Wednesday morn
ing and in tlte afternoon a visit was
111.1U0 to the mills of tlio Aiizona Lum
ber & Timber Co. Tho party will
spend to-day in town among our busi
ness men. They will leave on the
train this afternoon for Los Angeles.
Tlio party are delighted witli Flag
staff and their reception lit: ro- They
had no idea that there was such a
beautiful section of country in North
ern Arizona. But they aro fully con
vinced now that Flagstaff lias more
sights for the tourists and more oppor
tunities for investment for tlio capital
ists than any other place along the
Now Home sewitur machine, l'
j &mta Fo route.
is it ox Tin: LIST.
Aimnonlu mul Alum in UnliliiE Pow
ders. How to Detect Them.
Ill view of what the MinncsotaScnato
lias done, it is hoped that legislative
bodies in other states will soon take up
tho subject of food adulteration. Tlio
subjoined list of baking powders con
taining ammonia and alum, compiled
from official reports and published iu
1 recent number of tlio Scientific Amer
ican, is given below. "It deals in a
direct manner with an evil which must
bo out down" said tlio Chicago Tri
bune in commenting oa tlio Scientific
American report. Tlio following is tlio
list of ammonia and alum baking pow
Powders marked witli a stlir seem to
have a general sale, as they aro men
tioned in at least two of tlio reports.
zirr's GiuiT.
There are, in addition to to tho fore
going list from the Scientific American,
a number of such powders sold iu the
western that were not found in tlio
eastern stores.
Following is tlio list to date:
CALUMET, - - Contains Alum.
(Calumet B.ikingPowder Co., Chicago.)
FOKEST CITY, Contains Ammonia
(Vouwle Bros., Cleveland.)
CHICAGO YEAST, Contains Ammonia
(Chapman & Smith Co., Chicago.)
BON BON, - - Contains Alum.
HOTEL, - Contain1) Ammonia Alum.
(J. C. Grant Baking Powder Co., Chi
cago.) UNKIVALED, - - Contains Alum.
(Spi agues, Warner & Griswold, Chi
cago.) ONE SPOON, TAYLOK'S, Ammonia
(Taylor Mfg. Co., St. Louis.)
YAKNALL'S, - - Contains Alum.
(Yarnall Mfg. Co.. St. Louis.)
SHAW'S SNOW PUFF, Contains Alum.)
(Mei chants' Mfg. Association, St.
DODSON & HILS. - Contains Alum.
(Dodsou & Hil.s, St. Louis.)
SHEPAltD'S.Contains Ammonia Alum.
(Win. II. Shephard, St. Louis.)
BAIN'S, - - Contains Alum.
(Meyer-Bain Mfg. Co,, St. Louis.)
MONAKCH, Contains Ammonia Alum.
(Held, Murdoch & Co., Chicago.)
SNOW BALL, - - Contains Alum.
(Bengal Coffee & Spice Mills, Chicago.)
GIANT, - - Contains Mum.
MILK, - - Contains Alum.
(W. F. McLaughlin & Co., Chicago.)
ECHO, - - Contains Alum.
(Spencer Bluing Paddle Co., Chicago.)
(Kalbfell Mfg. Co., Chicago.)
KISING SUN, - Contains Ammonia.
(Phoenix Chemical Woiks, Chicago.)
WHITE HOSE, - Contains Ammonia
(Globe Coffee & Spice Mills, Min
neapolis.) WOOD'S ACME, Contains Ammonia
(Thus. Wood &Co., Philadelphia.).
monia.) (C. E. Andrews & Co., Milwaukee.)
(II. II. Hank's, Minneapolis.)
FIDELITY, - Contains Alum.
SOLAK, - - Contains Alum.
(Sherman Broi., Chicago,)
PUTNAM'S BEST, - Contains Alum.
(Wells Putnam S: Co., Chicago.)
CHINA "T" HOUSE, Contains Alum.
(Noali McDowell, St. Paul, Minn.)
TWIN CITY, - - Contains Alum.
(J. K. Ferguson, Minneapolis, Minn.)
HEKCULES, - Contains Ammonia.
(Hercules Baking Powder Co., San
CLIMAX, - - Contaius Ammonia.
(Climav Baking Powder Co., Indian
apolis.) Ammonia and alum are the most
common adulterant!) used In tho manu
facture of baking powders. The Gov
ernment report shows that a largo per
centage of tlio baking powders oil tho
market coutuiiyithei'ono or tho other,
or both these pernicious drugs.
What woman would use an ammonia
or nlitm baking powder if she knew itP
Such powders not only undermine tlio
health, nut ammonia gives to the com
plexion a s-illowor blotch appearance.
Tho piesenee of ammonia or alum iu a
baking powder, however, can easily bo
detected. .
To Detect Ammonia. Mix 0110
heaping teaspoonful of baking powder
iiith one tcaspoonful of water in a tin
cup, boil thoroughly for : few mo
ments, stir to prevent burning, and if
ammonia is piesent jou can smell it in
(hu rising steam. Or, piaco a can of
tho suspected powder top down on a
hot stove for a minute or two, then
take of tho cover and smell.
To Detect Alum- Alum powder
can be tested by putting a couple of
toaspoonfulsof thu powder in a glass of
cold water. If no effervescence, that
is bubbling or simmering, takes place,
condemn the powder and return it at
Somo alum powders, however, like
the "Calumet," "Bou Bou," "Chi
cago Yeast," etc., contain phosphate!
in combination witli alum, and with
these brands tho following test is sim
plo and sure:
Tako 0110 half tcaspoonful of baking
powder iu lid of say half pound can;
char thoroughly over a strong alcohol
llanie, a good gas jet or red hot eoals.
After charing (that is, burning until tho
whole mass is black) add a teaspoon
ful of water and place a bright piece of
silver coin in tlio solution. Stir for
one minute, then tako out the silver.
If tho powder prove a cream of tartar
powder the coin will be bright; if an
alum powder it will have sulphur
Now pour a littlo vinegar into the
lid and smell the fumes. Alum powder
gives off sulphuretted hydrogen, which
may bo detected by its foul odor.
W. L. Van Horn and E. M. Doe,
attorneys for the town site in the suit
of Mrs. Gonzales, left for Prcseott
Wednesday to attend court.
An election was licIdinWilliamsschoor
district for tho purpose of voting bonds
for buihjiug a ncwsehool house. Forty
votes were cast in favor of issuing the
bonds there being not one dissenting
vote east.
Kobt. E. Morrison of Prcseott was in
town on Professional business on
Wednesday. Mr. Morrison is now lo--eated
in pre,scott, having formed a
copartnership witli Hon. E. M. Sanford.
Tliis legal firm has a largo practice in
Northern Arizona.
The stock men in this part of the
Territory do not seem to be in favor
of the Constitution. Dee. 1st is the
day set for tlio election, and all Ari
zonians will have the privilege of ex
pressing their opinion of tlio instru
ment on that day,
A. K. Lee of tho jewelry firm of
Cook & Leo returned on Tuesday from
Santa Kosalia hot springs, Mexico,
where ho went for treatment of rheu
matism. Mr. Leo thinks lie is fully
restored to health.
On- has been discovered in Coconi
no county. W. G. Henry and C. S.
Howard brought in this week some
fine specimens of this valuable stone.
The deposit is reported to bo quite ex
pensive. The find is on Oak Creek 12
miles south of tliis place.
C. H. Coble, chief book-keeper for
tlio Aiizona Lumber Co.. left for Los
Angeles on Sunday evening. He ex
pects to be gone about two weeks.
Mr. C. wiill deserves n little rest us bo
has been a faithful and steady employe
of this company for the last two years.
Dr. Kobt. Coltman Jr.. is visiting
his father Kov. Kobt. Coltman, pastor
of the First Prcsbi tcrian church of
this place. Dr. Coltman Jr., has for a
number of years been (n charge of the
Piesbyteiiiiu hospital in Tung Chow
Fu China, and expects to return to
that country in February next. On
next Sabbath evening he will deliver
an address on "Missionary in the Ce
lestial Empire" In Masonic Hall at 7:30
o'clock at the evening service of tho
Presbyterian church. His addresses
have been largely attended in tho Eat.
Our citizens should not fall to be pres
ent. The sichool ltell.
The school entertainment will come
off Fridaj evening, for tlio purpose of
obtaining funds to purchase a new
organ for tlio public school,
Miss Annie Prime was absent from
school Thursday and Ftiday on account
of illness.
Every 0110 should purchase a ticket
to the school entertainment on Friday
evening Nov. 20, 1801.
Tlio school was favoiod by a wcleonio
visit from Kcv. N. F. Noiton and Mrs.
W. II. Ashurst on Friday afternoon.
Willie Ashurst returned to school on
Friday after n weeks absenso to Cauyon
"You're not in It" unless you go to
tho school entertainment Friday even
ing. Maggie Wallace is out of school this
Miss Mamie Dony entered school
Monday morning.
The public school needs a new organ
ven bad. By criming to this school
entertainment Friday evening you will
assist iu purchasing a now one,
Edgar Jones was absent from school
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.
Ida Gibson and Jennie Morse were
absent from school Wednesday.
Cleveland Hoclulerffer entered school
iu the primary division Monday.
Conic out to tho school entertain
ment Friday evening, and help tlio
good cause,
Emma and Paul Hoclulerffer enter
ed school iu intermediate room 011
Aunio Hart and Frank Loekwood are
absent from school this week.
Tho pupils and teachers of this school
aro alwavs rcadv to welcome visitors.
Disciples of Statehood doctrine claim
that although the expenses of Arizona
as a stato would increase, taxation
would decrease, bceauso the constitu
tion prohibits the rate from exceeding
the siniiof 2.50 ontlio hundred. They
claim that statehood will inereaso tho
population, and property values to
such an extent that the addifional ex
penses Incurred, would not bo felt.
Granting this to bo correct, gentlemen,
bow nre you going to liquidate tlio Hint
ing and bonded indebtiievs now exist
ing 011 which the payments required
by law aro often In default? How are
you going to do it at a smaller rate of
taxation, when at the present high
rate, the revenue of of tlio Territory is
at times insufficient for current ex
penses? The constitution limits tlio
tax rate lo $2.60, whilst now with an
average tax of ?3.28, Arizona just
about meets its liabilities; by increas
ing tlio expenses and decreasing tlio
income, is there much liability for
prosperous statehood? YuniaSentiuel.
The strongest argument offered for
statehood for Arizona in her present
condition, is that the land reserved for
school and university purposes would
then be turned over to the state and
could be applied for the use intended.
The constitutional convention by plac
ing a minimum limit of $10 per acre
on these lands has destroyed all the
force there was in that argument.
While iu the Salt and Gila river val
leys such lands will no doubt readily
sell for this price there is but little
land in northern Arizona that could bo
disposed of at any such price. A few
sections around Flagstaff which are
covered with a heavy growth of timber
could probably be disposed of at tlio
price named, and aside from this we
doubt if there are a half a dozen sec
tions iu tho northern laud district thai
can be disposed of at tlio price named
iu thu new constitution. Tiie action
of the convention in placing this re
striction 011 tlio sale of the lands which
would be acquired by the state indi
cates one of two tilings. Either that
tlio convention thought that the Salt
and Gila liter valleys are all that there
is of Arizona or that they felt that
Arizona stood no ciianco of being ad
mitted, and they could well afford to
get up a "bluff" constitution. Journal
If the water article of the constitu
tion is capable of such widely diversi
fied interpretations as those expressed
by vcral prominent lawyers, it is a
doubly dangerous provision in tho or
ganic act of tho stato and its ambiguity
should condemn it. There should be
no uncertainty about that document
for an ingenuous judiciary to construe
Testing the Baking Powders.
Comparative Worth Illustrated,
nr PROP. PETER COLLIER, latk chemist is cuiep op the
Pure Cream Tartar.
Contains Ammonia.
UNMVAI.ED.... ..
Alum and Ammonia, i
i liaillKiTiTIIll
Taylor's 1 Spoon ..
Aram and Ammonia.
Alum and Ammonia.
SNOW BAIX....sJr ..
Alum and Ammonia,
Contains Alum
Alum and Ammonia.
11 r 111 1 iiiiii 1 iiihiiimi
Contains .Mum. EgBMreaatXs3Sa8ggWMM
VARXAX.I3 V Vr.. raxCT-irM3BiiHHBa
Alum and Ammonia. SSiSijadiWMLiiisSBKSSBBSKi
Alum end Ammonia. MMsxeiiSSBSSWKM
Alum and Ammonia. t&&lj5&li&?-ZZ3JBBB&BM
Aiuin ana Ammonia.
Alum nnd Ammonia.
Alum nnd Ammonia.
Alum and Ammonia,
Above diagram was drawn and verified in all its details, by Prof. Peter
Collier, who is prc-cmiucnt a3 a Chemist, and Scientist The illustration is
made in accordance with his chemical test3 of each brand enumerated.
The Carbonic acid gas tvaa calculated to get the leavening strength and
the quantativc analysis to ascertain the comparative vrholesomeness, purity,
and general usefulness of the leading Powders. The result of Prof. Collier'3
examination and test, reveals the Let, thct, with but one exception, every
brand tested contained either Ammonia or Alum, and a number both.
Not one woman in ten thousand would use an Ammonia or Alum Baking
Powder if she knew it. S.;;ch Towdcrs not only undermine the health, but
ammonia imparts a sallow or blotched complexion.
Note. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder, as shown by Trof. Collier's
examinations, is the only pure Cream Tartar Powder found free from adulter
ation and the highest in strength. All authorities report Dr. Price's free front
Ammonia, Alum, Lime, or any other Adulterant. The purity of this ideal
Powder has never been questioned.
fr Indicates Uis Towdcr containing either Acnuonla or Alum.
sy Jf Indicate! th; Powder cona,!l'i;jkoth Ammonia and Alum,
While the diagram shows some of these Ammonia or Alum Powders
to be of higher strength than others classed below them, it must not betaken
that they possess any value. All Ammonia or Alum powders should ba
avoided as dangerous, no matter how high their strength,
at will to cither horn of a legal dilem
ma. If tho profound explanations of
that article by tlio expounders of the
constitution wcro embodied in that
document auxiliary to the present
water article, perhaps till opposition
would fall; but unfortunately the g ld
en promises of glib corporation attor
neys are calculated to dei'elve tho peo
ple most interested in having their
rights protected. FlorcnccEntcrprise.
There is more catarrh in this sectiou
of the country than all other diseases
put together, and until the last few
years was supposed to be incurable.
For a great many years doctors pro
nounced it a local disease, and pre
scribed local remedies, and by con
stantly failing to cure with local tieat
nient, pronounced it incurable.
Science has proven catarrh to bo a
constitutional disease, and therefore
requires constitutional treatment.
Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured bv
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is
the only constitutional cure on the
market. It is taken internally in
does from 10 drops to a tcaspoonful.
It acts directly upon the blood and
mucous surfaces of the system. They
offer one hundred dollars for any ease
it fails to cure. Send for circulars
and testimonials. Address,
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
ggSold by Druggists, 75c.
The officer who recently shot dowu
the mother of four sons in the Gabilau
mountains lias beeu held for the killing.
The case is an aggravated one. Tho
officer had a warrant for tho ar
rest of the woman and her boys for
theft. Apparently ho did not inforii
her of his mission, but attacked tlio
party as soon as ho overhauled their
wagon, and in defending lier property
tlio woman was shot dead. It tiill
take a good deal of legal ingenuity to
demonstrate that tho officer was free
from blame, especially as the accusa
tion of theft was shown to be unfound
ed. TIib Tiilcdii Weekly lltnila free.
The proprietors of toe Toledo Blade,
the best known political weekly of the
United States, are making preparations
to create a sensation this winter by
sending a million specimen eopjes tons
many readers in all parts of the United
States, who do not uow take that pa
per. To that end they invite every
body to send the addresses of as many
people as they care to, by postal card
or letter. Send one name, ten, ttt enty,
one hundred or a thousand. As many
as you have time to write, only take
care to send correct addresses of people
that J on know appreciate good read
ing. It will cost but a little trouble,
and the thousand who receive sample
copies will feel grateful. Send all the
names and addresses yon please to The
Blade, Toledo, Ohio.
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