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Lftl f. point Office nnd drug store opposite tha depot. Tele phonos: Store. 10 ! residence. 33. ur b, ROBINSON, M. I).. KLAOSTAFF. rlxona. Office and residence In the VV ArUona. Presbyterian parsonage Teleptiono No. 43. I WOfllce hours from 8 to 11 a. to i S to p. in. E8. MILLER. M. D.. FLAOBTAFF. ARI ,. tona. Office, ono door east of Post' o lice. Telepbooo No. 31 TIUNCU A JONES. ATTUnNKYS.AT-T.AW. WU1M notice In all the courts in the rourui Jadlelal District. Una litigation a orswm- Lin ir. omc at oonrt hooss. JTlMtff. Arts Ei 8. CLARK, ATTORNEY AT LAW. i, Office In the Babbitt building. Flag staff, ArUona. Practice before the Land I'epartment aspecalty. -. on . i, ninoiiit iwnnvvp.iTJ.lv U Will prattles In kit courts of the fourth Indlclal district, omee with is. u. uosnsy in lbs Babbitt tralldlnx. SKCttKT SOCIETIES. O. V. W.-FLAQSTAFF LODGE, No.lJ, . Ileeta everv Thundar nlirht. In Q. A. fall. Vlsltlne Workmen are cordially lu- Tlted. C. A. BUSH, M. W. Lows SriCRs, Recorder. COURT COCONINO. I. O. F.. NO. W8, meets every Tuesday evening In O. A. R. nan. visiungoreinren attend. Da D.J Louts Brims. R. 8. brethren cordially Invited to BRANNEN, C. B. T7LAGSTAFF LOD01VNO. 7. F. & A. M. r Regular meetings on the first Saturday night of each calendar month In Masonic Hall. Ktlpatrlck building. Sojourning brethren cordially invited. YY. 11. ANDERSON, Master. J, QcTnmc Savaok. Secretary. I70REST CAMP. NO. , 1, WOODMEN 1 of the World, meets the first and third ondaysln each month. In tho G. A, R. Hall. Visiting Sovereigns cordially welcome. ' T. 8. .IlUNOll. Counsel Com. T. E. Puuxim. Clerk. ,, GA. R.-REGULAR MEETINGS OF . Ransom Post, O. A. It. No. 4. Depart ment of Arizona, will be held In O. A. R. hall on second and last Saturday in each month. E. R. JONES, Commander. E. II. Cress, Post Adjutant. r O. O. F.-FLAOSTAVF LODGE. NO. 11. I, mecU every Friday evening In Masonic jail. Visiting brethren cordially Invited. J. E. JONES, N. O. J. L. DouammTT. secretary, TV FOUNTAIN LODGE. NO. 15. K. OF P. night In their All visiting 1VJL meet every Wednesday 'M&e asJl-lo-G. A. K. half. -ATnrT.Tn niimtoil. rev. F. DILLY. I Pastor. On bundays: Low Mass at 8 o'clock a.m.; High Mass at 10: a. m. Sunday School at 3 o'clock p. nn. Kosary and Bene diction of the Most Blessed Sacrament at 4 o'clock p. in. On week days Mass at 7:30 a. tn. On tbo second Sunday of each month prayer meeting at 10:30 a. tn. Sunday-school at 11-15 a. m. All cordially Invited. FIRST M. E. CHURCH. CORNER OF Church and Lareux Strtots. O. P. Wil son. Pastor. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7D. ui. Sundays; Sunday school at 10 a. m.. Oicar Gibson, Superintendent. Class uioctlog at 12:15 p. ni. Epworth League 630 p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 7:30 Everybody welcome. THIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, tr North Ban Francisco street. 11. P. Cbrscr, pastor. Sabbath services: Preaching 11 a. tn. and 8 P. m.; Sunday .school, 10 a. m.l Y. P. B. C. E. prayer meeting, 7:15 p. m. Mid-week conference and prayer, Wednes day evening at 8 p. m Is extended to all. A cordial invitation BBIZQMR CHISEL Ml FLAGSTAFF, ARIZ. 9UEST:MM M MMEM HIZ0IM. Interest i- Paid on Time -sjiV- ' ' and Savings Deposits, F -7r-, Drafts 3old Upoij ; 4 ' All Foreign oGrjfries. We have an Extensive Patronage and Cor respondence throughout Arizona, and Invite your Hanking Business upon Liberal and Conservative Terms. B. N. FBEEMAN, President, . T. E. POLLOOK, Vioe-Preeident, Boa't Tobueo Bjlt and BrnotaTout Ufa Away. If vou want to quit tobacco-Mlnir cosily and forever, boniade waU.stroBK.mngtiaUc, iSlt of new life add vlKortuUeT-o-To-Bac, the wondor-worltcr, that jnjkce weak : men stronaT. Many gain teu pounds in ten days. OverWrocurod. Buy No-To-Bao oryour druIst,VunderlgU8MOteo to cure, ah or .0r Booklet and ample mailed frae.A. opond promptly to all calls from any nn the Atlantic & Pacific Railroad. The Eoute From the Grand Oanyon to Flagstaff Surveyed. it Will Not Bo Very Expensive to 'Construct a Railroad. Oyer The Iloute Tbey Sur veyed. Tho party of surveyors couslstlug of thirteen mou who have boen survey ing a railroad louto from the Grand Canyon of tho Colorado to (hi place, arrived hero Tuesday afternoon. Thoy made tho survey In about sixteen days, tho sumo being less tlrao than a previous survey had been made by soveral days. The routo surveyed intersects the Santa Fe Pacific railroad about oun half mile east of town. It is unoffi cially reported by those who are in position to known that it will be easy and not very costly to construct a railroad over tho ronte surveyed, and that the routo has the advautage of an abundauco of flno timber. If tho above Is correct tho road will surely bo built from Flagstaff, as it will be easier and cheaper to build, and the additional advautam of plenty ot timber along tho road will havo considerable weight with the capitalists and mino owners behind this enterpiise. Another reason why Flagstaff should bo tho junction or tho proper place for tho Grand Canyon road to inter sect the Santa Fe PacIGo railroad, is because tlioro is a good outlet south to extend tho railroad through tho great mineral belt of Arizona. The survey has been made and the barkers. ot.thacutcrpris--'irill -bo guided entirely by tho maps, profiles and plats furnished them by tho en gineers, Mid anything wo might say pro or con would not influence the builders of tho road ouo jot nor tittle, but reason tells us Hint thoy will select tbo routo that is tho least expeuslvo to build over, and thnt settles It in fnvor of Flagstaff according to tho best in formation wu can gather. Gwynno Dennis, Win. O'Neill nnd a number of railroad magnates, capital ists and mining kings aro expected to arrivo hero Saturday from tho cast to consider railroad nnd mining mat ters, and as they aro shrewd business men thoy will arrive at a conclusion and act accordingly. Thero is one thing suro If they want tho benefit of the exemption from taxation, they will have to make dirt fly soon as they will havo to lay twenty-five miles of track netweon now and spring, but they don't have to bo reminded of this for thoy aro well posted in the premises. The President's Mother. L. W. B. In Chicago Infer Ocean: Tho report that Piesulent MeKiuley's mother has been strioken with paraly sis touched Washington, as would the serious illness of a member of tho family in the White House. "Mother" McKinley came to the capital with the Presidential party. Slio remained only a few days, but she was. ono of the most interesting personalities who attended the Inauguration,, not simply because she was the mother ot the Pn-hldent, but also because oi her youthful old ago and her quaint and Pmltanic good humor. Sho had all the simplicity nnd faith of a Puritan mother, nnd with it the sunny good nature of ono who trusted a higher nowor in maklne Plnlu the natli her son should walk in his great and re- sponsible position. Sho had hoped to see William some day become n bishop in the Methodist church, but sho ac cepted the wa8 of Providonco, which led hint to the Whlto House as only n change from her plan for tho gcnernlJ good. , m m Thousands'; of pdo'plo saw "Mother" Mr-Klnle'at Canton during ! ho Pi esl dential campaign, because she watched tho coiiibo of arcnts with Interest; and was often at her son's 'cottage, assist ing his wife in leeching nnd dtitor tnlntng gucsls. Her eight) -figh joais had not made her nn oldjind infirm woman. She wns energetic and alert, koeu-slgUtod aud koen- witted, and full of sweet good nature. She walked whero otheis rndo in car riages. Slio proferrctl a straight backed wooded chair to ono with cushions or lockers Tho President Inherited her good nature and patience as well as bis strong constitution from his mother. When "Mother" McKinley camo to Washington on the inauguration train it was her first visit to tho capital. She came" to attend her sou's Inaugu ration, and also to see tho capital. She was a good sightseer wliiio hero. Slio visited many of tho points of in terest, and was interested in them all. She could euduro as much as tho younger membeis of the paity. Everybody wanted to see "Mother" McKiuley, but she wanted to see Washington. When tho President's party were ushered into the prlvato gallery of tho Senate to seo the Vice President inaugurated, half a dozen men wauted to, help "Mother" Mc Kinley down tbo steps, of tho gallery to her seat in tho front row.' But she had never before needed help in teach ing her pew in the church, and this was like a section of a chinch. She walked alone to her seat, as did tho others, and she at once became inter ested in the proceedings. At tho White House she charmed all who mot her. Slio was the opposito of all that makes up tho glitter cf Washington society. Thero was in her manner that frank simplicity which pretended to nothing, the souse of humor which saw the ildiculous as well as tho grand, and the wit to make her conversation as cntcitalning as that of the accomplished diplomat. Tho President wanted, his mother to remain in Wnshiogtonforgouik, nfier theTi mainedijp slio musSJjM, ids hi other J6B.frtsii&!erii ing her tMnitasjiqtAfffleloflKe - iranlon af home, nnd she would havo nothing to do, "But, bojs, don't you know that 1 havo two houses that will bo vacant tho fust of April, and I can't afford to loso the rent? I must go homo nnd find tenants for them," replied "Mother" McKinley, with a twinkle in her oos. Her seiuo of business re sponsibility silenced her boys, though ouo of them wns Ptesidont of the United States, with tho task of re viving the business of tho whole country by a wiso policy on Ids hands. "Mot bet" McKinley went home. Saylnga of Children. Wiicu Harry was 2 years old ho opened Iho main entrance door to admit a caller uho wished to see "grandma." Harry felt it Incumbent upon him to entertain the caller, who was a crusty old lady, somewhat at odds with children in geucral. The youthful entcitnincr instinctively felt tho slight'antagouism, but brately en deavored to perform his solMmrortaut task. Tho caller prrsoutly J made use of tho stock Interrogation; Well, Harry, will you go homo with me?" "No, ma'am," said Harry, honestly and somewhat 'bluntly. Foolishly mulled, the caller said. "Well, I don't "Want you, nuyway." JUarry looked earnestly nnd search- ingly at her, aud then cliuched tho whole thing by saying, with religious siucerity aud rcilectod thankfulness: "JXO, pmy iioou loiks wants me." At the tinio of one of.tliu late presi dential campaigns,' when oven children caught (be Infection of politics, Hattle, botween 3 and 4 yoais old, accom panied her mother upon a visit to snmo ,iIbi'8 m Michigan. Upon tho urst ovonluc in tho strnueo house. when Hat lie's, hour for coiug to sleep came, sho was so exulted it was difficult for her to compose herself.' At last lier mother said. ' "Haltie, dear, I am anxious that1 you get quiet and go to sleop, because I want to go downslalis and' join lu tho evening pi njers." ; " - "Wliu's join' to pwnjP" asked Hattle. . "Why, iiiule William, of couiso, dear." "Uuclo William pniiy?" said tho baby. wl(h 'wide-eyed nstuiiisliiueiif, nid 'sptitigliig tip Its her bed lu Iho vigor of her shrpiiau:4 "W'y, I fawt bo was a demokwat?',' ms&iffi3mM. MMMwmwM&mmm ajaBSMt,2KssssssssssSsssssssssssBls'Esttst Mstf ssssssssMssssTssssstissssWTsTsS iMsfisr TVllTnfiVll ",T'"""" -.'-W."'X . .. T il'l TBssT'Ht'UsJrJ Isssfc-iir iti 'VasssVsssf'VVBT I titomMJummm tMBmm&mmmnm inn and ew Mexico Must Not loAdssUted Into tho Union. ; . Wow we'givo a paragraph taken fivnja'paniphlet issued by tho Board oMBiniMiissions of tho Preshytoiian cUI&mP'Wew Yotk for 1897. Tho comment on said p.uagiaph by Iho Graham Guaidlan Is it-produce. Tho paragraph leads as follows: "If Cougiess should jiuld to tho clanftr of New Mexico nnd Aiizona for admission to tho Union, theto wollM ho at ouce two gical States conUollod fiom tho beginning sucialty, politically and u-ligiously by tho Itoinish lik-rut chy. No ouo call pic diet what iiilluenre, dcstiuetite of our chctfchcd institutions, such States may not n'; lime exeil over our laud." Tho above U takeu from a pamphlet issued by tho Boaul of Homo Missions of tho Piesbyteriau church at Now Yoikforl897. Cau It bo that intelli gent men will indulge in such nariow compacted nonsense, nud especially in a matter of which tho above shows thoy know nothing. Iisajs: "Thero would ho tit once two great States controlled from the beginning socially, politically and leligiomly by the Komfitsh henarchy." Nothing cm bo further f i oin tho truth, of which tho members of tho bo.ttd must coitainly bo awaio if they know anything about the existing conditions hero nt all. But Kieii ifitwcie title, do llieso to ligtous piiifefrsora set themselves up to bo tho judges as to what class of pcoplo must inhabit a tcnitory fur It to be come eligible to Statehood? Is not this the mixing of church and stato, which is fin bidden by tho constitution? Do ltk-33 men mean to TClfgious rebellion. Theio is a great deal nuuu dancer in oxpiessinjrsuch sentiments as tho above then admit ting ii toriitory even if its peoplo weie cannibals. If the levciencd gentle men who published the pamphlet in question would devote then- energies to the upbuilding of their church in stead of attempting to meddle in af fairs nf Stato they would probably not be compelled to complain of a largo deficit in their yearly receipts as they do in tlio pamphlet iu question. Of eotitsa it is popular at present iu tho east to blackmail tho two tertitories for tlio politicians want no more west ern Senatois, and wo supposo tho Board of Homo Missions thought thoy must kick too, lu older to bo iu the swim. i Cold at Klondyke. According to tho Alaska Miner, a gentleman who has just escaped from the Klondike region gives tho following account of some things that happened there t "A man told mo who had win tcied thero seven years that It was so cold In January that thoy froze tho flames Of their caudles and sold them for strawberries. He said thoy kept their fires over night by putting them out In tlio air nnd letting them frcczo and then thawed them out iu tho morning. Ho said ho had seen four men dii of collo from eating whiskey that &s frozen so iinid it wouldn't thaw inside of them. He said tho cows gvn ice cream till they froze to death., j He said ho know a clerk in n hotel on tho Yukon th,nt got rich sell ing thpt diamonds lie woio, said dia monds bolng nothing on earth but ico crystals that didn't thaw till after tho clerk hid got out of tho country. Ho said he lind soon a man fall off tho roof nf a barn aud freeze so stiff before lie tell, us-that ra&U. """" ,-r.n: -a-y ivl rkXTT. rT'sssssrTTWssssssssr'i T TssrlrTr TF7r "iTi- r i T T mt- cW bi?i&irtciWMisfetafSklntf I&VI STRAUSS & CO, FACTORY-SAN FRANCISCO-CAL. , COPPER RIVETED 1- " TBAOB Jl-JlJtsfagifcsteJlMP'' ' Tl ifliMnTTsM W i "JiaiiBw mai l VT l aBsssl missjW' m mf yfll ill I "?? KSBssMssMsTk OVIRALLS AND SPRING BOTTOM PANTS. 'T' EVEftY OARfAf NT OUArtANTtEO. MPov;ovwr350, oiituft. M lit that ho broke in two when ho hit the ground. He said bo had seen smoke freeze in a chimuoy till tho fire wouldn't draw, and he know of one case whero tlio smoKo irozo niter it got a hundred feet up and fell back on tho bouse, knocking a holo in tho roof big enough to drive a yoko of steers tluough. Ho said the reason that nights were so long in that country was that tho daik got froze so bard tho da light couldn't thaw its way through iu less than six mouths." Xo I too ill For Him. James G. Blaine is said to have related tho following story to a coterie of fiiends while crossing from America to Europe: "A few years ago I at tended a peiformancc of "Faust" at a Dublin theater. In the third act, Faust, the lost, is dragged down iuto tho infernal regions iu a blaze of fire. On tills occasion the actor impersonat ing Faust was an abnormally large man, and tho trap-door of tho stago an unusually small oue. At the proper time the door sepaiated and a volumo of bluo and red ilanio burst forth. Faust was seen dragged by a hidden power struggling through the open ing. His legs went first, and he pro ceeded as fur as his waist. Here he stuck. Those underneath tiled to puli him through, whilo ho endeavored to get out. He could move neither way, ids portly body completely filling the npcrture. Thero was an embaviassing pause. Theaudiauco wore as silent" as a tomb. Then an old Iiishman back iu the gallciy aiose and, with his eye fixed on tho scene, raised his hand aud fervently exclaimed: 'I thank God, hell's full.' " A dNp.tlch from Madison, Wis., sajs: Tho case of Lizzie Donomte, Iho ounr half-breed from Lao la FlanibCfiUt JilvV?? )? J10"1''' th0 fedei al 1 court, blie uas charged with assault with intent to kill two Indians and her case brought up hi! fmpoi taut over sight of federal la,vs. After sho had spent 115 data iu jail hcte, Judge Dunn dismissed her case for want of jurisdiction. Congress in 1885 passed a law to provide punishment for as sault committed by Indians on the tes- t-rvatiou, but left it to other statues to settlo in what courts and what manner tho offence should bo tried. Upon investigation it was found there is no other statuo which contains these pro visions and tho court was without juiisdiction. Tramp With Literary Qenlus. A young man, faiily well dressed, called at the homo of a well-known South Side woman this morning aud asked for something to cat. Sho told him to go to the wood-houso and saw some wood whilo sho prepared a breakfast for him. Not coming back the woman went to tho woodshed and found thnt Iho tramp had gone. No wood had been cut, but tacked on one of the sticks wns a nolo reading: "Just tell them that you saw me, but jou didu't see mo saw." (In diaunpolis telegram to tho Chicago Times-Herald. Arizona nnd Now Mexico United. Yesterday ot cuing Mr. O. C. Wat son of Plioculx, Arizona, nud Miss Lillian Hughes of Albuquerque, Now Mexico were united iu mnrtiago. The brido is tho daughter of Mr. Thomas Hughes, editor of tho Albuquerque D.tlly Citi.en, ono of the brightest dailies lu the west. Judging from tho bride's patents wo feel assured that Mr. Watson has won a piize that any gentleman should bo proud to win Theso ncwlv married noonle M re side nt Phoenix. Tho Sktuout Kickkh wishes them many happy and prosperous years of wedded life. i 1 . Rayal asaka the food psm, ill : soYM.aiao wtseiviiswvesK. " Celebrated for IU great leavening strength and healthfulness. Assures the food against alum and all forms of adulteration common to the cheap brands. UOYAL BAKING POWDER CO.. NEW YOKK. Clever Mechanical Oerjeea. To automatically guide a bicycle a head block is attached to the under portion of the frame close to the head to support a pair ot spring guides which press against the back sides of tho forks and hold them straight. A St. Louis woman has designed a car strap which will not close up on the hand, a rod being used, with a small ring at" one end, by which it is attached to the car," and a larger leather-covered ring at the other end for the hand. Billiard cues aro to be made with tho butt hollowed, out so a screw rod cau bo inserted on which to mount several circular weights, which are turned backward and forward on the rod to balance the cue to the players liking. An adjustabIecbileN"d'spriug is used in upholstering furniture to keep the suiface ot lue scats from settling, a jmr.v.cd jilato beingattachedai oue Ide-r of tlio scat and pressed upward at the other end by the spring to keep it in place. A Tcxau has invented aono-wheeled racing sulky w hich is prevented from tipping over by the manner of attach ing tho thills to the harness, the ad vantage being that the sulky does not tako up so much room on the track and tuns easier. In a new betr-dellvery wagon a ro tary rack is journaled on tho front and tear axles aud holds a number of half round barrel cradles, which are piv oted so as to tip and roll tho barrel out as the rack is turned to bring each cradle close to the ground. Ordinary tables can be converted into billiard tables by means of-a new device, which consists of a series of tubber-cushioued wood strips, which are clamped on to the edges of 'the table, the sttips being made shorter than the table, when a pool table ls wanted, so as to leave room for the " pockets. To prevent the stealing of bicycles a new lock is formed of a siBgle piece of tubing serving as a strencthenioe brace for the frame, with a sliding bolt iu ono end, '' which fits between two teeth on the sprocket-wheel and1 a key-hole In the opposite end, in which the keys is inserted to operate the bolt. Au Englishman has patented a cau terizing apparatus which can be at tached to tho coat and used by one1' hand, the heat being obtaiued from; ., benzine gas, which is forced agaiasV. tlio iron to ho heated by a collapsible - w bulb held in the hand and the heated J iron being pushed out beyond thej fJnnio hen wanted for uso. Tallest Girl In the World. ' ' Miss Minnie Powers of Luckport, N. Y., lit cigbt'feet la height, lacking one ' l inch. She Is the tallest woman in the' United States. She is handsome in spitoof her abnormal proportions. The "average heiirht of women in 'Eoglaildis5ieet8iucb.es. The aver- age height ot American women, ac- " cording to William Blaite, the expert on physical culture, 6 feet&lnches " The two inches in favor of the EnglteE women are doubtless dne to many geaA' eratiocs of outdoor lite and sports ' Tho modern American woman, how-' over, is following heFEbgllsh coosta1 in their iiasibuate' lovo of athletloL with the 'result that the Youniretr (American woman have showu a wond- euui groyvtu au( juoro pronouueed. toudeuuy to ample physical- proportions. . : .&-- 4 Sil .4 1 LVV 5 a y -! t - "JDS & par - -v ; if i aLJ3iitf MHsimi jj V' w