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M ' 9. "l- ft?' " Z.i, . ei".!-: :rmji vV.. SB ,,.'., .J. i&l paid at Albuquerque .from J 7 to M t, ,j;wi7.5Uu2a 3ft T- mfr. and mMfSOgt hoiijuo iiuii, v;eis io 37 eBM,aer hour. accord!the obajicteriof w tr,.ii mm ' 1 Saat I'M .. i&:v, 5V. GbOTtiING Y , a kinds, ready made and tailor X M& made, at prices to suit purchaser. t Cal1 ndb d-" -' Cluett & Goon and E. & W. Collars and Cuffs- The prettiest, n e ? t e a t, raostv up-to-date line of Neckwear in the City. HATS Stetsons', Lion Brand and Eagle Brand are all sold at prices that defy competition. A m Km. a. ii X k ft? gp. v LaA i Si WCQ D m. k faTaTaTaVBaaW h. a " vw Nine-ounce Riveted Overalls at . eoo. per pair Fred Busbv's Hand- I CLOTNINS; I MINKS ANN I VALISES sewed Gloves; get a pair and try 'em I GOAL MINERS. Ona Days Doings In the Organised V Itanka of l.abor. Pittsburg. July 1. The exact ait uation as In the miners' strike may be thus summed 'up: During the last three weeks there has Lien so much talk of miners wanting to strike that at tt meeting of the national executive board of the United Mine Worsen' Union at Columbus last week, it was decided to order one in Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois and West Vir ginia, but the order to suspend work has notyfit been sent out. A conven tion of the Pittsburg ' district war .today called for Saturday It is thought that the nilners almost unani mously will vote, for a general sus pension. Meantime word will be sent out to the miners of Illinois, Indiana and West Virgiuia and they will fol low the lead of the men of this district. The suspension is to date from Mon day. Joilet, III., July 1 W. 1). Ryan, state secretary of the Illinois Miners' association, today issued a notice that all work in tho Illinois fiulds will be stopped at once and national suspen sion Is a certainty. The miners in the Wilmington field stopped work to-day.. Under the presont scale they claim .. they can make but 9 cents an hour.' The strlkowill affect 20,000 Illinois rolnurc Pittibcro, Pa., July 1. As a re sult of the failure of tho joint wage conference- of the Amalgamated As sociation of Iron and Steel Workers and manufacturers to agree upon a scale at the Youngstown conference jestcrday, all the union mills are closed down to-day, and between 76,000 and ,85,000 men are idle. Made Illra Hot. TI10 Prospector basoften been tho Iiappy recipient of little tokens of es teem and appreciation that, it caused "' no suspicion yesterday when a boy brought to the office a carefully, wrapped parcel with a label bearing the religious editor's name. When the package was opened it was discov- ered to be a pieco of genuine, old stock, limburger cheese, and the flavor 1 indicating' the period of the Swiss liberation or, perhaps, ythe building of the great Chinese, wall. On the top of the cheese, ,as a sort.of tld-bit, was '. a chunk of asafetida; but one wouldn't nptice.tbo,asafetldanlierlthe cheese v became aroused. Our ttevll was tak ing a 'uxorious McsUonyiplle of ex-',-';chaugesjyjwiicn ' tho cheese ljegahto V'Vit w.rniofl'mi? nml -n the. full flttVOl get warmed up. K. X Mo o 20 as m m at f j .. 1 - . -. X w5P. v Q - m. SS "" ' mC'(D VJ X Jj X S ct lfl m. FURNISHING GOODS of ibis delicacy struck bis olfactories bis lips begun to twitch, his breath came in gasps, and with a start he awoke. He first arose, cautiously looked at the bottoms of bis feet, passed his hand over his body in a bewildered sort of way, as if to see where he was at, and then mado for the alley door, and we have not Been him since. We don't mind a joke once in a while and sometimes we can see something funny in the horse play of the practical joker, but if the roan who f ent that limhurger thinks there was anything funny in the nut he is as badly mistaken as he would be if he thought he. had good sense. Fun is fun, but when it comes to limhurger cheese garnished with asa fetida and stink weed, we draw the line. Tombstone Prospector. THE SANTA FE PACIFIC A Slight Reduction In Wnges Paid KiuployeB Effective July 1. The following circular was issued last Thursday from the headquariern of the Santa Fo Pacific in Albuquerque. It enforces a uniform reduction of wages in all departments of mechani cal work: Albuquerque, N. M., July 1, 1897. Effective this date, the following rates of wages per hour will bo paid to mechanical department employes ut the different points, as indicated below: Albu- Alloth'r Occupation. querque points m. per hour Machinists 32 35 Machinists' helpers 17 20 Boiler makers 32 35 Boilermakers' helpers 17 20 Blacksmiths 32 35 Blacksmiths' helpers 18 21 Brass moulders 32 Brass moulders' helpers 17 . , Tin and coppersmiths 82. 34 Tin and coppersmiths hlprs.17 20 Pattern makers ...,,.34 Painters 30 32 Coach carpenters 30 32 Engine carpeuters 26 27 Car carpenteis '.,22 25 Car inspectors.. ........ ..22 25 Car repairers.,,.... 19 21 Car oilers .19 21 Laborers 19 17 Wfpere ..- ...16 17 Ash pit men .17 19 Hostlers helpers .......17 19 Boiler washers 20 22 Boiler washers' helpers.... 17 ' 19 Engine watchmen., 17 20 Apprentices in all departments wilt receive: Per hour, cts. t'For the Ant year 9 ..For tbe'secorid' year'. . .... 11 For "the third year. .,.'. 14 1 For the fourth, year. ,,.,. 16 t Throe hundred, working., d ays (aotuai scrvloeY.to constitute a year. '(Skilled helpcra'tic'aUrkimU will lie Trie " T j:,1 fallen will be paid at alt poluls the uniform rate ni 91,75 per day; twelve hours to.ooostituta a day's. work. Stationary engineers will be paid at Albuquerque $2, and at points other than Albuquerque t2.25 per day; twelve hours to constitute a day's work. Richard Enolism,, Approved: Gen. Master Met-hnulc. W. 6. Nkvw. General Manager. "Last summer one of our grand children was sick whh a severe bowel trouble," says Mrs. E. G. Gregory, of Frederickstown, Mo. "Our doctor's remedy had failed, then we tried Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, which gave very speedy relief." For sale by D. J. Branneo'r drug store. TEBRIT0EIAL. The news from Saginaw is to the effect that ail tho developments are, most flattering. Especially on the Dakota the bodies of ore continue laign and the grade keeps up to its rich standard. There is some talk of prospecting the top or ridge of the Tucson range of mountains. It is Raid there never has been a prospector on the ridge. Who knows but what there are a half dozen bonanzas up there. Tucson Star. Judge Bethune and District Attor ney Satterwhite went to the Banner mine last week, says the Tucson 8'ar. Tbey are now employing nine men ou their property, which is now produc ing high grade ore in paying quan tities. The house on the Bowers ranch in the.Agua Fria valley was destroyed by tire last Saturday. The origin of the tire is a mysteiy. This old house has a historical record, as during the early days of the Territory it afforded refuge to many a man from the mur derous Apaches. The property be Idnged to N. B. Bowers, now living in San Bernardino, Cal. Prescott Journal-Miner. J. W. NBenham, who is in charge of tho canalgre digging crew in Maricopa county, tells the PhooLix Gazette that this plant, the roots of which possess such remarkable tanning qualities, is nothing mre thau wild rhubarb, and I hat the' stalk are used as an article f food by tli 11 employees. It would take an expert to distinguish the dif ference between rhubarb and the canalgre when served. The only dif ference is that the wild article is tougher and more stringy than rhubarb and not quite as nutritious. A new strike, in an extension of the famous Commonwealth mine at Penree Is one of the mining sensations of the week. The owners of'ihe mine are so elated they are afraid to disclose the real value of tho ore discovered until they have made further explora tions. The ore body wits struck upon reaching the footwall of the vein, and is of tho same appearance and appar ant quality as that found in the great bullion producer of the camp. Every indication points to its being a con tinuation of the same ore body and on the same vein which gave the camp its fame and has proven such a wou derfut producer. The owners promise full particulan as soon as the extent of the oro body is known, but do not care to create any false excitement as the result of over enthusiasm. Tomb Stone Prospector. , You may built the world over and you will not find another medicine equal to Chamberlain's colic, cholera and diarrhoea remedy tor bowel com plaints. It is pleasant, safe and re liable. For sale by D. J. Branneu's drug store. Probate Judge Lay ton paid Williams an official viilt yesterday. ANNUAL MEETINS EPWORTH LEAGUE, .1 INONIO,. ONTARIO, July 14tU to 18th 1807. Members of the Enworth teaeuo and thetr friends should bear In mlbd the advantages offered by the Wabah ltallroad In the. way Ot lOW rates (OnO tarn fnr Ihn mnnll trln to Torontoi.fast time and. maunlBcont equip-. ujcubui uuuci. omepiag uars. irce.uuciiu lnn)halr Oars, Ulnlug Oars, etc., between Kansas City, lit Louis. Chicago and Toronto. For particulars, time of trains; ewT; wrtteto O, P.'and T..A. "Wabash, It. Um'su'LouIs, Mo LYMAN H..TOLFREE -.a l-PROPRIETOH' :t Jt A' list lutfsMBl) IffMti litel ii This elegant hotel has had $5000 expended on its renova-' tion, rearrangement and decoration. Completely equipped with all modern improvements., Electric lights in every room. CUISINE AND SERVICE UNEXCELLED. HEADQUARTERS FOR TOURISTS AND TRAVELERS. PIONEER DRUG STORE. Headquarters for everything in the Druc, Hotioi and Toilet Lhe;- Call and be convinced that my stock is a fine one. D. J. BRANNEN. WOLBSfLE IDeetlx In, Wines, Liquors, THE FINEST LINE OF LIQUORS AND CIGARS IN FLAGSTAFF. 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