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; vl". MAY, 7. 1887.
H, Hereford lins boon elected
t. , iy tremblors wero experi.
-vj are ia market, sonie-
' J ami at bnagiuy prices.
, . ..s city on Mouduy May 2d
; Wm. K.'Che, u daughter.
Hurler is now teloirrntili
. . 1 IT 13
i.soxi of this Into Wm.S.
eu appointtMl n mounted in.
, , . .2umisioner will take
,.r,iJ ou timmdnya i( left
, .v- Keu;:ln bavo made
, : i.i s for Mr. II. U. Hooker.
,.t 'or bucking.
a: cil met last night aad
-;tlar monthly accounts
i .-ther bnsme.
I . aiployas library basjnet
. i . audrVd new volumes, and
..rj-vet library ia the Ter-
. ' Warren will experiment
.: irr salioii proee8 on un
" , J. j.t his1 well aear tbo llabo
- J. raus no rwk or fHilure.
-- i, 0. Browu and Geo, W.
' t .U city bve purchased tbe
- ' -..'t-Tprw Mid 'iil ueaume its
.t ti.xt v,fk.
a i'niiC' will ffo to Pomiao,
t'isi.d rcMieace for Mr.
' - '. Mr. Snai!.t-r owns tea
, ' .u m that beaut-.'ul town.
noore O. Hi, ttc tfeni&l and
J .n.duld js'r tlj Ooort
-r di-a tl.M trOO'l. tue reei"
.. ' f .,-r,-? t".tUT. of dropsy, lie
- r s: k rs:thquak occurred
. 1; ' . h'' ileven o'clock this
1 , .. ijt quite eo severe ae
,.:,r.io. Iwo viry slight
a- " ' :u this city also.
... jr IV. J. Osborn tbinVe
v.i'm be has just assessed
. s.-1 lie iiHt toe assessor
" ia tixta? the rates of
, ( n fair valuation. Hud he
- i tl.t-ni st all. be would have
- .. -:j-st friend.
s culled to the reward of
y .1 dollar offered by tbe
t - f'-r the arrest of the express
-- Iti-a fellows are to bo coa
- r,- Ix'D their rapidly appreciat-
! 'VstVon the Santa C&ta-
- ; ; v.-ij.v shaken up by tbe quuke,
-! tio wer near the ltillito
. . ti&ea tumble describe it as
.. f'lie of confusion ia which
-t i:a penks seemed to be dene
i .y thin? of interest that
tr-i-s;-ir.'.l in o-mnectiou with
t triin robbery is the arrest of
C su5pects by Miirsbnl Mende.
. -t aot this will lead to any re-
f importance, time alone can
- trute. It is to be hoped they
. the rigbt parties.
" ! 15 n it ia said the earthquake
i souio deraope to baildins. The
. r puhdIv in -imo mstunces was cct
intirely and others nusmeatod. The
1 fur n .rt tinirt mJ;r.lv i?rv.
ti rtuu:e its coarse nsain with a
. .j at least twa feet higher thua be-
! , Apache connty Critic snya a das
iitempt was made nt hjt. Johns
j , to nssissinnto its editor,
i.nk Heed. Iy District Attorney
. - il.Jwm. C!, Heed wna just
' . -ick bed aad was unable to
hiatei defdae, wb.ln l!.e
. -rn- y used brass tnuoklts.
T nunnlp nrll'it li !Vt' 1 hpir
i) H. Wallfccs bad quite a
t Ri-t to Hie ears at Mari
- juIj.v uiibt ii order to mete
:. r bTs before otber parties
. i ,if m of lum. It is said that
' a a ua nnclaiaieti pieoe of lnd
. icijt nat subject to intry.
n illy ojea to lo3tion.
i v h:-ibie property, of course
h rts i.! csseutial element to suc-
" .- ''Ir.cy. tbe eflicient supor-
tue faraom Silver Kise
1 r.ji.l tfiu:y, wll arrive in
wljt with bis bride, to re-
. Jejs. Mr. JIaoybas a
; i'i this wty, all of whom
. . npratuUtioDB upon the
- li 'aation of tbe octasioa of
N- sr York, aad wish bim nil
i'jle ti maakind.
k n proline of lodge or so
Oa Mooday cicht tbe
, ir d tbe Youn? Pioneers,
t Cily Couaeil and tbe fire
, Tuesday night tbe Odd
V. - daes-iay night Arizona
.:. K O. U. W.;on Tbtsredrty
r. l,cdce No. 8, A. O. U. W.;
: ..Lt Arisoea Oommandary
.Z Templar, aad oa Satur
,r i :ua Legion No, 1, Select
U W. Besides thee. tbe
, s 11 ouriebod like a preen
!-. Ooiidentnl Hotel was
'i. . wedding aad one birth.
j . . starting out upon life's
Mr. lieoanrdo Ewnlnnte
liVulenzuela, of San l'e
N r., i.-.l Peter Jobnpon. of Bis
Ta'iada retorson, of San
' rt, u 1'be more irnportnnt
' fV . spfcially to Mr. and Mrs.
I -j .was tl'O ndveat iti their
' - 3' ii "nPing boy weighiag 10i
ii ms.ther and child nre do
' " r 1 Jf j as happy as a kiup
-. j-.t the lioy cannot eay "papV
r " yet, bat that from tbe
v'i."h be uses bis laugs be is
.1 ! it bo will soon be ablo to
v t t .nt-: known. The Epitaph
t' " ixScils if;? oncrRtulntions to
t r .? hapTj couples in the realiza
- j' their loudest hapes. Epitaph.
S ntb- rT5 Pawae Library Aheo
" n w .'ivc K Mht picaic on next
--ta . M.i -th, a m:!e and u half
. - n Xnvier church. rIbe
" 1 ho;? Librarv Association
t ' 1 . tuke psn In the picaic, and
,IlfI Jf.strun.f.nu will be heard
" ' and far aw:.y." It will
i --t pi. me nnd u grnud time
.1. John Bonner, M. M., bas
? . t ,-iffulr and through him
J 'r- sociatioBii9xtend an invi-
- the t'On1 mnnla in Tnnaml.
w- CX"Hu In rurKi'nf.(n wXW lt r
a ... "t' &tta Xa"er hotel ut GJ30
T' - and will pjar
A-i Rll I "
' J icniciar
2 ''r fr;. tHie f'11 who e3ira to
r ' u i.lar tbe round trip.
' - Llmore eame ia from tho
":t' ' teiday end returned this
r,1' nbH9 jiwt returned from a
t -u"a which time tho Tor
Company was organized
' ""j -lIbt i cln olaims mcludine
. t 4 ' at0n" ew U0Btinc works
fc a tue road for tbe mines, and
. r will be constructed this
r 01 properties belonging to
-yafV' &t,V i"1 w&3 thought to hove
- -is r j wijen ft tattit WM reach-
t t-f M Proved to be one of the
-f t 3 jD BronP. nud nt water
: hA v-KV80yet twenty-threo feet
i- 'u7f rbae "i with frequent
e - "i , Te Eilver- Tuo TortilHta
fi r . ifoon become a dividend
- 't If. i ore "tains its mcnage--6Pr3iTrf
hM roughly developed
'-?ttmMa made them py t0T
f B Van AAUCurred. beBidea adding
to tho cBsb ib the treasury.
Thero really does not seem to be much
xounuatiou for all tbe "extra session'
talk that is again being indul-ad in
Tbe only reasou that there would be for
calling uu extra session would be to get
an early redaction of tho surplus rev
enue, which n good many people think
is going to bo piled up. mountain binb,
by tho time congress meets again. But
lot us see about that Wo nre now
within sixty days of tho close of the
nseal yeur, and thero are yet practically
twenty millions of the three per cent
bonds out, that moy bo called ,t any
time. Tho accumulations of surplus are
going on nt tho rate of ubout ten mi!
lions a month. From July lt t0 the
date of the meeting of congress is live
months. The accumulations of surnluE
iu iuo oruinary rate by that time would
be about fifty millions. The T.-cwnrv
Deportment, howover, is required n
buy, during tho next fiscal year forty-
lour millions of oouds for the sinking
fund. These, at tho rate of premium
whioh it must pay will cost about an
eyen fifty millions. So it does not seem
probable that the date for the regular
meoting of congress will find tbe Treas
ury witn un accumulation of surplne. Of
course it may take congress some time
uuoise u Hnusiactory plan for reduc
ing the surplus, but even soiug it three
months to do this and it can do so if
it doeires in less than that time the
accumulations need not be more than
twenty-live or thirty millions; nil of
s"hieh could be immediately put into
circulation, it indeed, by tbe purchase
of bonds in tbe open market.
THE SLKIOHIKO SEASON".
The leaves are out upon the thousn&ds
of trees in tbo city, hWeis are t.bimd
Knt in tbe parks, and the troops of chil
dren ooming in from rumbles ia the
woods upon tbe surrounding lull, come
laden, with great bnncbes of wild Mow
ers. The markets are full of frefh vege
tables Bnd fruits, strawberries, peas,
bean?, nsparngns end new potatoes.
Yet only a few hours ride to the north
the ground is still bidden with a heavj
coating cf snow. A gen Unman of this
city who has just come from & visit to
Maine nys tbe snow is from three to
four feet deep on tbe level in tbe woods
of Maine, and in one of tbe principal
cites of that state be fonnd mow drifts
more than seven feet high. "I ho peo
ple up there would scarcely believe me,"
be said, "when I told them that there
were leaves ou tbe trees, and green
grass and flowers in Wa;hiugtoc,"
11IO GDXS AKD nEAVILT AHMED VKSSKLS.
The war and navy department people
have been watching tbe n ciit experi
ments in big gnus, in England, with a
good deal of interest. Fast as the nrt
of iron ship building progresses, the
art of destruction keeps fairly ahead of
it- England's war ships h6ve iron ar
mor two feet thick, backed by two feet
more of teak wood, Ytt the cannons
that have been recently tested will put
a ball twice ns large as a man's bend
through this four feet of iron and wood
as though it werd made of green cheese.
Tbe cannon which does this work weight
110 tons, und with its carriage weighs
over 200 tons. It is 41 feet long, and
carries a ball which weighs 12,500 pounds,
ns much as 00 average men. It cau
carry this ball, it is said, nearly 10
miles. It takes almost a thousand
ponnds of powder, half a wagon load, to
lire the gun once. The gun is 41 feet
long, or twice ns long as the width of
tho average residence in tbe nvemge
city. Tbe "bore." or bole through whioh
the ball is fired is IC4 in diameter or
big enough for a man to crawl into. It
is capable, it is claimed, of sanding a
2500 pound ball through three feet of
solid iron armor.
Mr, .Tabu McLean of tbe Cincinnati
Enquirer sj euds a good deU of his
time here now. Hi new borne on M-.C-Pbeion
rquare is a b?antifnl one, and
be seems to be enj jiiiK it Ym can see
him almost any fine diy walking nbual
tbe streeU with bi wife upan bis arm,
casino in tbe ehov windows ailhev pass
or walking over to tbe Beale mention or
Washington McLn s hoine only a
oouple of tqa&rea from MePherson
The wives of the cabinet members
continue their Wednesday afternoon
receptions, and their homos are usually
orodedon these hneepriDgUbys.
The oustowory wekly idiccr called a
"paper bunt" came off on Monday, i-tart-int
from the residence of one of the
members of tbe Kiwsian legation aad
ending at Secretary Whitnoy's county
Resolutions of Respect, by the Junior
Whereas, in view of tbe loss we bavo
sustained by the deoeiwe o our friend
and associate. Win. S. Oury, and of the
still heavier loss sustained by those who
were neorest and dearest to bim, there
fore be it
Resolved, that it se hut a just iriuuio
n !. msmnrv nf lha tlenfitted Ik say
that in regretting bis removal from our
midst we mourn for one wno was, in
every way, wortny t our respect and re-
KResolved, thBt we sincerely oondole
r.,n.i1- nf tha i4nAAUUll on tbe
Him iucj iuuih; .
dispensation with which it has pleased
Divine l'rovidenco to mmss iaciu. u
commend them for consolation to Him
who orders nil things for the beat, and
whosa chastieemenw are meent in
mResolvod, that this heart felt testi
monial of our sympathy and sorrow be
rnT.iA in Hi fnmilv of our deported
friend by tbe beorotary of this society.
and published m tue unny pnpw.B
uki:cii Kirs KAvouiTi:.
111 r. k. oiw-iiY.
Iflt-hould ilin to-oiiAt. .....
Sly friends woMld look opoa ior qati ioe.
OTeSSllSt dS Wf t it 't fair;
And fold my hand liwrnnc ejww-
l'our lianas, o dbi'u
If 1 thooiil dm to-nkWt,
frlendx wdbW cell to nncd with Wring
So Vinlffx dod. &"?LrU
Siimn -en u? wonw inr. r
S.T ?m which tbe "te1 ;
Xte memory 01 mr 3- .
iDd 1 WQUIU io -
Urei htSu ertnued ald Urn oaee more to
llealliwotlir dsys rem;italr.
Tho ore. that c rXT.
waiimI Kojc apvu MD
Kor who conlil r w," " " "
60, f micht ret forBirenof all to-nlht.
u not oar lU for my deo.1. cold bro.
iuinx K"i " . ..iMwwi with many a titorn.
he lenaerniT. w.
Kortheni Arizona Railroads.
r;ir Ailrertiper in tneir
columns cau uucmiuu .
-ailroaus, one ou umut; uun.
other projected from Flagstafl.
Av ' Tvr.rAl Belt that it trav-
of the finest lumber regions of
ng region nt Globe. Speak-
that in this connection two bo-
to be UUllt, one ui i-jiKcii
nt tbe Canoe, and that tho lino
will prove one ot the most at-
- 1 .....ia tn Hi a iinnn.
tourists iM"a " - w
Thero wns a lively earthquake com
mencing nt 2.15 Tuesday afternoon, last
ing for about two minutes. Tho oscilla
tione wore from north to south and tho
buildings wero swayed considerably, in
stmo instances crucbing them. Tho
windows and doors rnttlrwl
tho people generally left their houses
tor saiety. 1110 shock ovidentlv loosen,
ed a auantitv of th m.t. 1 '.1 . . .
enug iieuUs of the anntnCatclina moun-
tains, nt thn n ) "ncfl t 1 ,
. . 1 r """'"i " " uuge vol
ume of dust was soon afterwords seen to
lBU PeaKS nd a portion of
. upneunng innd matk wns
1. 1 1 . . I. .. .... . 1 .
ai " "isupcnreu.
The public school building rocked to
und fro hxe cradle and mono of the
luasiering leu, creating the utmost con
siernaiiou among tho scholars. The
duuuui was at once dumifbcd for fenr of
a repetition of the shock. Miss Aunie
n uou ihiuita anil Miss Msmio Freese
was cool bend iwl linnnr.ll . ri 1 . .. .. 4.1...
..K,, uiuuu ktiki:
care of her regardlws of the panic.
Ulkrit'H I'.EflllallC ll DAl.nM.il. l .
badly iirackwl. It ia an adobe structure
uuu ten. me tiifcccs 01 the shaking vtry
easily. Cnnsniornlili. :u 1
1 itiuiin Milt 1 'C
iiecesnry to pluce it in Xl BWd comli-
----- a ouuiu real
' - - AA t i U 111 iliC
shelve and the hanging lamps swayed
tv 11 UU lint iwnnn .mu
Tbe Crrisrv niluu ...
brick, rocked so greatly that no one
luuiu ifuiam in u. ino V8ji8 seemed
to sway three or four feet from iheir
The city marshal' office, in the rear
Ul l" m.j uaii, ncu a nole SnooKOJ in
it by the shake.
The brick enniti p of n 1,nnu m
Libre was thrown in every diroetioc. and
ii.c Uriels were nying aoout very care
lessly. 1'eareon llWlr lino onlTro.) m...-
cracks 111 the brick work and the plas.
leriug ana is in neeu 01 repairs.
lllfl trirahlin wna n una. --.....
rapid vibrations, commencing like a
linrelv rwrrntilil TnnT-am.nt ...,.1
1 - - ..u... ....v. . Ill -
ually increasing in intensity until one
"""i uuruiy seep on one s leet. It
lasted, according to a gentleman who
timed it, just four minutes, beginning
at It 14. One or two very slight nbra-
hoos nave since neon reit,
A I tX-A? lr if TTSB fl Tlf-U 1 f T- I.m.
--- m - - ' ...v.... ..wo t-v.u
Ur the people, and they may be thaak
tut that 110 more dnmage was done.
Among the seveinl dIsls submit!! tn
tbe board of regents of tbe Territorial
University, is one by Mr. J. M. Creish-
ton. end is it is tbe only Anzonn olTer-
ing it is worthy of consideration. Of
bis design and specifications tbe Pbenix
The regents restrict architects to nan
building, not to cost in excess ot
0 0, which shall form part of a compre-
neneivo wnole at some later day. lhn
involves the neceiity of mskmg ground
pUus and elevation in wh leand m purt.
This Mr. Creightou has done in n most
effective manner. The whole consists
of k central bunding with a f rontnge of
K feet and a depth of 95 feet. Upon
he right and left nre wings connected
with tbe central edifice by corridors 20x
'Ml. It is to be two 14-feet atoiies high,
witn a vi loot basement. It is 1 feet
from tbe ground Use to the firt Hour.
leaving five feet of the basement below
that hue. It is in the lenui.-jBDOt?
style, and takea as a whole har
monious and piwiMing to the eye.
1' rota the ground to tbe deok ot tbe
central tower is 95 feet, it being ubout
75 feet to the observatory lioor. There
are two ventilating towers on each of
tbe wiugj. I'orty-nve feet in the center
ot the front of each wing is recessed
sir feet for a piszz-t. This gives them
tbe nppearatiee of a central building
with a wing on each side. Taken sep
arately tbe parts are perfectly harmon
ious in design, and as n wholo it is
palatial m appearance. The arrange
ment of the floor jtbsns appear as con
venient nspostiiDle t make them. There
is a central ball 16 feet wide in both ttic
main building and wiug, with brend
(C feet) platform stairways leading to
tbe upper storie. . Above tbe second
story there is a high attic wbieh op.-ns
iulo the ventilating towers, thus insur
ing coolness to tbe whole structure. It
would take more space thau can be
spared to give an intelligible descrip
tion oi the class rooms, lecture rooms,
laboratories, etc., t tc therefore no at
tempt will be made.
(Noilc Xw .)
Last Sunday afternoon Mr. H. P. Nel
son, tbe enterprising proprietor of the
Cv'smopolitan hot' 1, gr.ves a concert in
his garden, aad formally opened bis new
stoue building. A great many people
attended tbe concert mid availed them
selves of the opportunity of inspecting
this splendid ..new hotel whioh is the
finest building in Arizona, and would be
:i credit to any city in the west.
and, tho 'proprietor .Mr. Swan P
el-on, dtserve great praise
tor his enterprising energy and
piuok in building such a magnificent
structure in this city. Tbe rooms in
he new hotel are all furnisLed mcely
and tbe hotel throughout is one that tbe
traveling public will atipreouite and
every Xognlean should feel proud of,
Word oovam from Fort Ilunehucn ths
a dense column of smoke ro:e above the
Sau Jwe mouBtein, on the Bonora Hue
ner Foit llaaehucs. after the earth
quake of yesterday, and at night the top
of theoono was arlme. A there is no
timber on that mountain, and the bill
in the vicinity nre covered with lain,
there can be no doubt that it is au ac
tive voloano. Gen. Forsyth will make
an exammntion to day to determiuo the
character of tbe phenomenon. Tbe
smoke yesterday cmld be plainly seen
from the cilv and Inst night tbe flames
wero v'Hible, but they wero supposed to
be in tbe Whetelones or the 1 'ragoons.
It is not improbable that the old crater
has been stirred to renewed activity by
The weeklv circular of John Wnbl &
Co says: " There ha9 beon quite a diver
sity of opinion as to tho true condition
of tbe lead market during tho week, and
thenituntion has been an enigma to all
excepting actunl operators, who had a
hand in tbe hammering, and were 111
ptmraeutsl in crenting the perplexity
existing at the clwo. Markst opened
steady at about S 1.05, but Fold down,
under heavv offering?, to S4.and rumors
have i that over 1UO0 tons wore taken
bv home and a jacent buyers nt latter
rAi.e. TIih annihilating work is as
cribed principally to one operator, al
though evidence goes to show a lending
baud has beon held out to htm oy a few
others. To tho conservative element 01
the lead fraternity, tbe breaK is solely
nn warranted, and an early reaction not
nt all imorobable. It is true, corroders
niomentarily suffer a ".
heavy February and March sales; but
are running on full time and report
fair transactions. Acamulnted stocks
n band ot Western holders are light
as reported in our lat, und bos e at , the
Aboard naueunliy so. Actual Now
York stocks, as given by a nppo,ed
well-informed party, will probably not
rBato4tiU0 ton,, and half of this even
is foreign and Richmond, wfawb is Po
etically held out ot market
Under Sheriff Thomas, who visited
Mineral Creek this week on ofteial bwi
neU brought home with him some
beautiful and rich specimens of carbon
ate oro from tbe mines of Messrs. tbaw,
Horn and McOallen. The -pecimens
Se libernlly sprinkled with born silver
Ll look as it thoy would as so verg
ih It seems strange that witn an
So rich orl there is in sight this truly
wonderful distrwt no company has yet
token hold of tbe oiroonate mines of
be district. Nobettcr field for lepU
mate mining could be found.-Enter-,
It Still Come On.-Tlinucb Soiucwhat
Tracklayias bas been progressing but
slowly during the week for lack of iron
The rails cro laid to a point about nine
miles from the Gila and the ties nro
dumped for a mile ahead.
Last Thursday we visited the graders
nu tneir camp. Their tents are nitch
ed oa tho Austin place, about a mile and
a quarter from the river. Tho outfit
consists of n commissary tont, presided
over by William Robineon, three sleep
ing tentH and two others, occupied ss
dining room and kitchen. A great feed
bin for tho males flnnks ono side of the
encampment and wagons and the usual
incidentals of it mecbanicul camp nre
nu nicreu anonr.
Oa the grading about forty men und
two-thirds that number of teams are
omploytd W. J. JIurphy, of Pffenir,
has tlieoontraai for the grndiug. Mr.
J. R, Norton is tho foreman of tbe work
ana under bis experienced supervision
is being piled up a urnst excellent road
bed, ns level r.s a table and well finished
off. It is twelve feet in width nnd, in
maintaining its rises, in some some
places, as high as threa feet nbovo the
surrounding land. The workinr force
distributed in small gangs for tho dis
tance t iiDont half 11 mile nnd, with
piow ana scraper, kept the dirt briskly
moving into puMtiou.
To -day tbe gradem uro about up ta
iueir camp with tlie worK.
The line will run for over a mile in
the oenter of the present Maricopa
r ad, thus retiring that thoroughfare
from future use tor teems. The new
road, mentioned elsewhere, will, bow
over.largely obviate any discomfort there
fro'n. The teamsters hauling lumber
for tho bridge are neither classic nor
choice in tbe expression of their opin
ions on tbo condition of the road ut
The last pier of tho bridge was put
in position in tbe early part of the
weeu. The false work is oompleted to
tbe opposite side of the river, nnd tho
foroe is oonoenirnted r.t work on th
tint two spans. The flooring is ou and
the first sis Hwsy bracee bavo just been
raised. Tbe massive timbers nro Ifom
up and impart bu idea of the general
'I ho force k being intelligently hnn
illed and n large amount ot work haa
been donofor the time employed. The
iwwertul little portable engine w kept
busy pulling and raising tbe heavy tim
Tbo pile driver is now Mlent nnd it
will not re-cominenoe uutil the com
pletion of the spars. Thero remain
u tbe northern side ueyond tuo last
pier, nuout 1.1RX1 leet o( trestle worK
Tbe nver has fatten during tho week
as much ns it raised laat week, and is
evidently not inclined to obstruct im
provements. A number of men have been busy for
teveral days clearing off trees, brush
nud fences, on the line ot tbe rond west
ot town, making ready for tbe graders 1
nnd th construction of tbe depot.
The passenger station is to be placed
in the alfalfa field back of John S. Arm
strong's residence, on thescctio.i line.
just one-quarter ot a mile from Mill
street, lhe freight liouee win be tne
south side ot the toad. Work is to be
commenced immediately on both struc
Some troublo w&n bad in regard to
rigbt of way over one of tho rnnohos
several miles south ot here, but tbe
line was changed and all is now serene.
The Fatal Freight Wreck.
(FltSktaff Champion. 1
Homo detailcs ot the freight train
wreck which occurred nenr Canon Diab
lo lost week were published in tbo lust
issue ot tbe ' Champion, but at that
time there had been no communication
between this iniint and the ocene of tbe
accide.t. and tbe few meagro mirtiou-
lars obthined came by telegraph from
As the train approached a bridge ever
h small wash or arroo not more tbsn
four feet deep and less than twenty feet
long, the engineer discovered that it
was burning, from the smoke issuing
from it, but ton late to' stop bis traiu
The engine passed over safely never
leaving tha rails and suotuiniog no
damage. The tender vent through tho
bridge and the thirteen truoka nnd cars
composing the traiu (most of them
empty) wore eonttered in every direction
on either sid o of the track which w&s
torn all to piece. The tram must have
beon going at au enormous speed to
have caused such a destructive cfiVct.
Tho tirt four cars being literally
smnrbed into splinters.
Two men were killed. The fireman.
Wm. Ward, pass d over the bridge on
the engicu safely and bad bo remained
at bis post would have been unhurt, but
be became frightened and when tho en
gine had proceeded at least a huudred
feet beyond tbe bridge he jumped off,
when a wrecked cur camo bounding
along, hurled from the otber side ot the
undge. and failing upon bim, crushed
him to death insUntly. Tbe deceased
was n member ot tbe Knights of Pythias.
This order took chnrge of the remains,
ltttd tbe body embalmed at Albuquerque
and forwarded to his widowed mother nt
Decatur, Illiuow. The other man killed
was stealing a ride. A pin oa cue
of the csr was driven through his head.
He must have alej been intiatly kil.'od.
From letters found in bis pocket bis
name seems to have been Lay ton nnd
hu home in Nova Hcotin.
J. 1. Crothers acting a coroner held
an inquest on tbe bodies and tho jury te
turned n vordiot of accidental death ex
onerating tbe company and the employ
es from all blame.
SONG OF TIIK (UKOKKN UltAKEJIAN
Urke. brakr. brake
On the l'anbandle cars' oh brskerara.
UatUtCKucUattMt ureebifpelon tbe company'
Tbob norvr, 0I1, newabouldit take, man.
And 11 1.0 forth ronalyjail;
Mi, fsUuW " didn't bietim to skip,
n ill nofrr gt oat on lMl.
NOW men in tlMl nhMnf hnl.l nno.
Bat the day when you'll Make Mich another Isu
Will be mott infernally 00M uaw.
JI.UIY WAITS I'tUt 31 II IN IIKAVKN.
Tbrooeh orsnfe rT by witaredrwt
With myrtl t the trarant ro.
Gose win th mh sojuarnmi; wi"f.
Sly m1 to Mar)' calm ii.
No ogirbk. token mark tbn nt.
Nor Winter leal! Um to raoare.
Th L.reliwt e'er oiitnre vroailht.
Or Maltitorvd art could thee adorn.
Thow qniverlBK lip tth pnrt'ac breatl.,
TIit iiwret hjikbii taraed atr hvart;
Krer Haled IB arm of death
AtrsU to iseet and nerer part.
I hncr on toward tbe iMrae
IK nan' allotted limit bsre.
While Bibly dmai hail the mora
With tieaTeol. drawini: aear.
Moraine's dawo nrhi' tfoe brenV;
Life'e by feeaes ilh litht iaew.
My -Inni'w etle aaseU -akr,
V hilpensi: 'Jlary8 waiUPC etitl lor )oc.
That riing ran Uhh joy appror e, .
With feathery ooti-r choKeet eiTea,
Enaborcd with echoing mi; of
"Jlary waite for too in beATen.
That coldea ky ber form portray,
Tha- rel behind tbe Hlin;an:
With )oy the western breete ooareji
Welcome wbea life's t ands are ran.
That rilliiiBt star ia hea-rente'.
While waoderiBS weary here alone
Of earthly tie and home bereft.
My K-iik to MaryV (hm
IThe abject of thit poem was a nine-yr-oW
lUasbter.wbo die.1 in rfoU&a e nnty. t-illlor
nia, in ltM. and the poem eanoot erpr Wf
feeb-XK a!teraearatioa of teoty-tw jtu'.j
Yon nre feeling depressed, your appe
tite is poor, you are bothered with the
Headache, you are fidgetty nerrons and
generally out of sorts, and want to brace
up. Brace np. but not with stimulants,
spring medicines.or bitters, whioh have
for their basi3 very cheap, bad whisky,
and which stimulate you for an hour,
and then leave you in worse condition
than before. "What you J want is an
alterative that will purify your blood,
start healthy action of Livor and Kid
neys, restore your vitality, and give
renewed health and strength. Snch
a medie'ine you will rind in Electric Bit
ters, and only 50 cents a bottle at Geo,
Martin's Drug Store.
Unclaimed letters remaining in 1'ost.ittire at
Tuc-on. Arizona. May 2nd. 1sb7:
'Amailo. Manuel UdrrrTa. Kafarla
Andreauicb, IVtter Hwtz, Frwt
Appei. Atl Keckle. Wm
Atcbiey, Wm Kttepstler. (iei
Ilanenr. Jokn May B
liate. deo . laman, Kotedia
BettK. t rant V M C A 1-op-. Kafel
ib-mteo.ARKel Marucal. Uwaa Jet
Ihir.-eul, r'rancicco AlcLean. lMir.ruu
UoToer.J Mc'.vni;ck. Wm
Uinnork. Nicola II Mejiae, Mikei
tlancj, John Molino. Lu
-arrnn. Darnel MafleC, Uaytun II
Deacon, Urlieorc-: 2 UHnnemi. Julia ("
Owinia.1: Xolorhill. KJ
Doncnlly. Cliu Mylee, Utd Huom
Donnely Mar K llehM. Antonio
Kmhart,Yli Ortiz. Feriaod-
reileriva. Antonio Ofpn Kamo;i L
t'ltch. Amu (i ht.'. Aurora X
(lareia, Fannie Hay. Thojuu A
tima, Koroiie I. ltasero. liaaio
tiobltari, Jlanuel lleis. Jwine
fioodliand. J no A huix. JewM
(Irlmtbs. Jtui T Tome. Jnana Jl 1
Kutiere?, Minel Salnur. IXmira
(laiiaan. F V Vapqaez. Ameiw 11
Zidui. item hard
C. A. KLUOTT. P. H.
Arizonn New.- ('nlnd.
Supervisor T. J. White of Cochiie. is
sick in Tombstone,
Adolph C'obc, 'of Tombstone, is tbe
father of 11 new girl baby.
V. G. Dumoat of Benson, will bridge
tbe Sin Pedro ut that place fur S107U.rO.
Judge A. O. Wallace and family, of
Tombstone, Lve gone to Hn Diego to
Cornelius Kennedy died ::i Tombstone
on Uunday, of apoplexy. lie leaves 11
family at Silver City, Nevnd u
Dennis McCarty's coaditi n has im
proved, nt llu-jchiiai, and boe-i are en
tertained of bis recovery.
1 he Volcano mine at atem - t'asx w
still turning out n lar;4 nmaunt of
Firtgstiff had a bydropbobiii aeare a
few days Bee, whieb resulted in snap
ping tbe brittle thread ot many canine
liven and a remaining uncertainty as to
the nature o tbe distemper.
Cochise county will fund its indebt
edness ot $127,000.
Tne Tombstone firemen gave their
chief engineer, Godfrey Tnbolet, a big
farewell bauquet before he departed tor
a visit to Europe.
Two Meziean boya btst a Chinaman
over tbo head with imnou bar and rob
bed bim of $25, between Pairbank and
the K rdou mill, on Sunday. The were
Graham county will in $100,000
of f uodiug bond, bearinx 1 tier cent
TbeXogales Daily News has enlarged
o five columns to the page. It is a
lbv. David XeFnwn and family will
leav Xogales to take up their raaidenee
at Thunder Bay, 011 Like Ifnron, in
Tom I'idwell.of Sulphur Spring val
ley, bad a leg broken by a horve falling
on bim. He wm removed to Tombstone.
A tombstone uport lost j by tbo
er.rth'juak);. Tbe ahcek knocked the
copper on" bis brt at faro and he lost :t
J. M. Braoewell anil wife have left !
Tombst ce to reside in Lx Angeles.
The district court for Cochise ounty
has been adjourned till May 16b.
The city election in Paenix resulted
in electing De Forest Porter m&ycr; J.
IL Loosely. J. A. Lotgcrdicg, O. H
itothroes, Ltncola Fowkr and F. D. 1
WoIIs. oouno.Jmari. and A. Leonard
Jndge II. B. Liti;htbizer, formerly of
Tucso'i. bus been ineUllnl as Co iff
Templar ia tbo liood lemplsra lodKe at ;
A daughter of Mr. II. Goldberg, ot '
Pbeaix, vai the winner rd a Li prize in
a real ertnte allotment at San Ktr.inr
diiMi. Her it property id vsbi.d at'
Joe Mayer of Big Bus; ha shipped a
Sl'iOO bar of silver bullion, the rwnlt of I
the tirst run of tho Peck mine under tbe j
There sretenty-f ighf frr.o g-M Ir-nr-!
ing ledges in Centennial district. Y ivn
Dai county, tbe veins being from '2 tl"
An exrert say the mints of .--rs.i
Tritle, Bayard ind IIaTin, i.e-r !. j- ,
cott, arr vrtlnaWe and capable 'fi;in
niug two oi-starap nil He.
A t, Louia company intend prating
four 30-toa ameltcrs upoa a r p-ier
property sisty miles from Pre?ott nod
twenty-five mile from the sink of Date
A big dam for ranch and raining pur
posts is to be built on Bill Williams
Pork, 30 mi If s above its mouth and flTe
miles from the Planet mine.
A LITTLK r.n.Vr.NI.B.lVINKTII THE
8EI ( INC.
Avoid Drugs, Secret Medicines, Be.
AND SEND IOK
"The Review," or Health
& Strength Regained,
AN ILLUSTRATED JOURNAL
Published For TJIEDl 1 EXE F IT.
It Treat3 on Health. Physical Culture and
Ana la a comlt Eaeioloodia oTiafcnawtiMi tat mSmtmS "Nuaaa
ity aUhetl ith kw atuarfioc ch.reoir. a.noS e'.lia-iaa? rala
fal duett. Ktj ujtthatbttM kel ami hoaajkM
KCi s attention i its raft1. att wmmt qo. W by aUaxr
lrJoauun'linTalHlviho bae tplnil rf cran aonwO. wt
T,iIuUe iDforaaUua iulawra t all wka-aw c nwt4tlanl
adic. No similar ku vtr paMiiltxI. t'ory wk or ait
isS priun buakl bafrt it.
ni M. AM MtIH.t-f. 11 MEN' nad other who ufl rtrmu nrrvouj and pliMil I4Nluj.xhaata4 Titfr. twaiailaylaia.
".7S 1':"' f A,' ' r" u;'--''-" !-n . KterjthiEU ach .allwre wih to know U fnlly gitvn im pawm. Ifm twml ..tamidiaataMw
r.-,. iwiur lKf..rini: cr ivi'hik- 1 1 mwlirine urapplUocm f any Jwcnition. aail ou will mm time, aaoaiy aa.1 ihnat W
" 1 i.L'i T'i'i'jr "J"l"'-'"'''"'ti U Md it anil learn the belter way.
...11 '"';"'''- 1 '! raitul bj inacki and uiadical imptotert who proW to -pfactlee w.tifuw." awl fwnta out tao fraaaV
""I e-i- -ur j.H .I,.altu,tiiMrandKx .ireneorr.
,. ',l'l'amc.nfirearti. i railed Shields, "Wra-ors. Oirdlrts. l'ad. Hmhw. tur.-. Il.hine. IIomts aen mm kxit um
. 1.1 , ! ViiltaleiT Jlairai-fir. Tlicw article aivai catirelr .iiurii.O!. an Ui iwlwrti-niei t cuococninK Utrm aw iMUfciii Ais am
eu-.il-J- e. ,j a NmI,;,. tnt whi. li 1 fullr eiplaimed n the THE KHY1EW.
1. win j lwit an.t ali urairori)liai!Ce ate treated upon -all aboat theia. Ilo.ta on tairtT daj trial ?'aadaher tnllasan wtsarf. Ifesaa
iMiile .r .!...( .raaTeil itm.o deb'liK batterers and otherj r th. adrica sivar.
lail r. are au artticte-l. oal wnli tu recurvr ths urns dspm of health, stieaictli and ner expanooctd in Itrnw yastra' B a f lUtt
i. vim ymp--w.or clav ut yrap'oms. aet Ji.ur diseased cucilition? Ate Ton satfenri; trom ill-hallh in aaj of lt au trm0. rwsaMHan as a
ir.'i'n'.g. ur'.iM. clirunir. or fucriior nl dioeatr? Do yoi fsal nerruas. dsbihtated. fretfol, timi I and lark th iwraf will acst ' Aa mym
S 1 u' m-rv.tinf pell- of tainting, fullnfsa of blood in tha head. feel listless. miiunr,unii. lor bsinw r bieaMtra. and msMosx t$
w aviaaca..!! - Are T,mi kidri ) r. t.iu.ieb. uriLanr urifaa-. lvr. or blood in a d soldered cuuiiitu n' l is B-r fmm rhomalwsa. mtmrmlmm
" lfr "i1 i"l uain.- .tie -u "itliJ, wrsni and forsvtful. with jonr mind contmaallv dvelhnt; i,ntr,ab'i !- Ha you ! oowsaM a Jaw
1. 1 . . r r. r i .flrrtjiuMi. Are ynu s ibject to restless n ithU. broken sleep, nightmare, iiwmif. ualpitatir. t-r the hoart. bMtraliHSH.s.
ru itn ..I .lea. ar. r.icc t n- ieir. diztnvM in 'ho heail, dime' of sicht. pinple ami b!oche on th tucn acd bat k ar d ..th .- cy.c.-a syamav
tjutsr I iters) are il.4Mi.aml m f.n.i m. n m..tal ... ... 1 . .1 . . 1 ... 1 1 1 . . 1 . 1 . 1 . . .. -1 1... .i.. - a mifc
..vtn 10 naalthandsMrils.who from false mcdw tr or ns-!r- urolon.- their .nfferinir.
i nv innlir nttrlet Tiinr hM.tK nrrf fntnp . ... ' " . .... ... , 7, . . ...1 1. ... tul iiivikkv " - - -
notliiiir. teaehe- Da the trraml only way permanent healta, strength and rigor' Tlltr' KfcVlEW. ..r "11KAL1 H AND STKl'Vi TH KaUAfMOK
..r p..i.ai.. .ui miunusniin wiirwi monunui 10 nHerinir bnmanitr. THE It L Wen 1 " ;n it mtta jear o: pa'- i -aiiou.
sieiDi'u ' otrte mailoo free. Addns tha puVluhe
PULVERMACHER COMPANY. 1 164 Broadway, New York.
Now i tlM time to apply, u yoa ma not see thio notice again. Bend yoor address or postal canl. to-day . na aamie line
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Trcsos. A.T.. Aoril 1J.1M7
All erelitrs of Cteorro lUtheid. Ute cronri.
etor ot tue Baa Aarier Jtotol. m this city, are
hereby notified to rile their clurts. duly sworn
t..on.-rlrort tbo-.TtliiUr of .May. l-7. with
the uaiirnitrned, at hi otriee. No. 10 Congress
street, Tucson, A, T.
Ill 'JIA3 'JdliMIH,
Asaiimee ot Ueorjre Ita;tield.
To all wbo are auSerlns trom tho errors and
loillscrelUHi of youth. nrroua waakcebii, early
decay, louof mnchool, lie., I will send a recipe
that will cure you.rXEE Ol CIUKGE. TtU crsa-,
reraody was dlsdOTre.l by a xnlMiooary la South
America. Send a flf ajldreued cnTc4oi to tho
UZV. Joetl-U T. I.vrA-T. SUiion D. .Vru lark Cii
iVt ,1(51 t n:ia:urid Ur lilalK ies, JJriKht"a
tv Tv '1- JTeno-H IwMilty. pertIUltorrhea,
Xto--?-'' X,v-- Srtuliml l.o.f Sx uul ltr
fSitf rW -.-, lu.mcilinory.atKyr.
i "iVlTtsf -' J-Jiers;. aiv ki.xmi ana
i ji TVilR i'i.'w-..vpaiiiw,r.niprioti.
li s-.re niruBt. t'k-.T, l:irrrt
of Merenrr. K;.! i. si ar.J lUsl!rr Truohle.
U .nJ. Hsu It .rti!- t rin.'l.0..nf'rThea,01ttbUic
I ir. p.ooi: irelnf nii.lmt..f irllfc
Ilr his treatment n purr, lovely roniplev
Ion. fiee fnjlu fta'.. wiiess fr.x-Wie. b!iu.Klii'ad
rrn,.:i i..ef.,brl'.i uitecianlperf-ct tualth.ran
llL!. Wh. nltWi-iconvcnlenttorometnUiecitr,
by UeviPiiiic yoor ukteai. on receipt of f-"', mell
dn' m'l beat ut yoa frei-fnimg uf.tos-" Uieraw.
cert alt or adun-w llr. It.. ITIvato IHpenaarr,
Itrnruy MtrcU Nau l'rnudMiik
Statv & M on woe Sr. Chicaoo.
wta mHa Li. itr M-ir uwM
I" tfmu .! si JftaU. JU
A ilbcasH in o art of tlie lxxly will
eventually till the wiiok Ixxly with li
c:ue. livery year or two come iart of
the system rows telc and begins tu 1
cay. " iucli att .shwilil lie removed at
onco and new matter he allowed to take
itrt place. There's no need of cutting it
ont with tlie surgeon's tcjltKil. l'orge
away the okl, diseiised anil worn out
parti with Ukaniiiietii's Pill. Than tha
new body will take care of itsolf.
Last niirht the Tuoson piano arrived
here t 12 o'clock, bnvinir on hord
Tho. J. Ilnrrion and Mary I. CartfHi.
who on nrrivtn? rent immediate'ly for n
Jnstic ot the I'eee. A. 1. Crawford
nnd were nniled in niRrriRij at Ntleon'ti
Hotel nt hr.lf pant one o'clock tow morn
in)?. This we call iaick work.
At Sonora. O-lifornia.April 27th. ISr?,
i;.II.Towle. l--athrof Mis. W.Jll. Oni
vor and Waiter 1'. Towle of Ttwaon
si:&d 01 years. c
1 he ndjoarned tneetiuR of the aem
be of aeeret onUrp were beH at the
hotel Wednesday eveninu and the re
port of the committee rt-oeived. The
report was n verbnl one, and eosrgested
that a etock company nhonld b orsa
ized to build a hnll, makiuc the cspiUl
55,000 ia shares of SlOeaoh. Mr. J. D.
Kittenlonse appeared before the meet
ing and stated that parties were talking
about erecting a hall here, and would
decide upon the matter in n few days.
In view of this fact the meeting contin
ued the committee, with iiwtrucliona to
ob ain Gotimatea of the probable wt of
a hall acd informatioa f the intentions
of the part-ie mention d by Mr. Ritten
hooso. The meeting then adjourned to
meet again next Sunday afternoon at 3
o'clock to reeeiTO the farther report of
the coumittte. Enterprise.
There wan a canal company recently
organised in this city that will atart the
bvom a-booraing sore. Taey not only
hsve an abundant supply of water but
they now oontrol the laad to irrigate
with it. Several thousand acres of noh
agricultural land will be brought under
cultivation and the fact demonstrated
that Tucaon has pearls of great price to
be had for tbe gathering.
Mrs. H. -fchmieding will only remain
in this otty a short time, and those who
wish to taso lessons ia embroidery
should not delay unttt it is too late.
Orders are also taken for embroideries.
Stone Avenue, south of Coagreaa street.
D. M. FERRY & CO.
are a-LuitJ to tie us
O.K. FERHT SCO'S
rrlrUv a TrlM4
FREE to all
Growers, Importers, and
419 and 421 Sansonis Street,
The Machinery Depot
i OF TXJCS02ST.
A Shop in which all kinds ot Machine -'jairing can
Plumbing G-as fe Steam Vittino-,
Steam Engines, Wind Miils, Steam and Horse Power Pumps.
Lubricating Oils, Belting, Packing & Lubricators.
-fe X5 TF 3 5
-DEAL El J IS-
31S Congress St.
DR. JORDAN'S 1
Museum oi Anatomy
7. "it Mnrlict .street.
if! VNI) LKAKN HOW T
T arulil disease, antl how mm
(lerfolly yoa uro maiie. I'riratr
lllliee. ill liearr Htn-t. limalla-
n lot maultuutt aal all tltbeaeeo of men
n3nil for bilt. jn-u
S A N V It .1 N C I
CATALOGUE FOR 1887
FKEE ON APPLICATION.
FRUIT TREES !
GRAPE VINES !
GENERAL NURSERY STOCK.
Ilent Varieties, True to name, raised
wit boat urination, and freo from dis
ep. Great care ia iuekintl Cata
loKne, prictj list, etc., free. Addrt.
Napa Vallty NnraerieB,
Napa City, Califonia.
Notice to Creditors.
In the l'ritbate Court. 1'iiBs Coantr. Arisoaa
la the matter of tle ptat of Cornelias
Notice ia teri-hr eiTen br the amlemaneil ail-
tamistralor of llie erlate of C. ltjna de
cease!, to the ereililore or. aaa an persons aa-
inc claims against, the sa;t ,cra'ii. iw exnimc
tbe same wilh lhe reeesrr sooehers, within
ten month after tie brt nabllcatHHi of tius
notice. to the swill lelminietralor at the lore of
U. ZecLozulorf A I m. Jlain-trwr. iur.ii .inzosa
Ailmiaislraior of lh eetaie of
Cornelius I! Jan. uVreseil
Dalwl April I. lis' alrlw
Notice of Forfeiture.
To W. It. Smith Y-.u are hereliT rwtiaV.1
that the nndemirneJ has eipenile.1 ilarimj th
year ending Deoetaler "1. 15-. one husdrnl tlol
lar in the perfirnutn e of the annaal labor
npoa th Ileroaril mine, situated in theOrtaler
Tille minioj district, C.unt7 or Pima. Terri
tory of Arizona, and recorile in tbe Coonty K
eirder' oOife Hixik W, Ki cord of Minee, pKes
38. ST an( a. in or.ler ti hold the same, as re-
nlrn.1 hr KeetoMi 2.2 H of the Ueiei ritatatee
of the United Slatee; and yoar pro-orti9a of tbe
amoant " ei;nileil ami oae to tae umieriiKBei
is llftrilMlArs awl it voa. joar heir rasisa.
fall to contribute jour iropjrtioa of theu-.
expelled m'h'n iiicetr after the publics
tionoftbis notice. ?rar interest in sil Kerannl
aiine-l'l ,,v'nitb" propenr of ywirfimwiisr,
the 3E'!eriCed, who has raaftesacl) eitowli.
tare. BEK.NAKD VOtiT.
Tnes.in. Febrnarj Ttb.
TN THE COUNTY COl'RT OK I'I 11 A. COUX
1 tr. Terntory f Aniona. II. J. lh.ljn
ITaintitf. ""I Alice Hclrn, Defendant.
J. C. WalermuiB. ptaiatiii. "nt tkelUeh
can (loM Milling CompaDT. C. I..
lieorce X. Klelcher. Jln De aad Ittchard
Koe. who-e rel ssmr are unknown to plainttff
Aetn bronirl.' in th- Coantr Cart In and
forth Coanty of l'ia ia the letntorr of Ari-
Tfco Territ..rx of Ari. na fends areetiny to
The Michieaa ild JUUin ( ompanr. (. K
Fisher I N nrlr. Mafc aad
ttiehar.l Ko-. whose :eal names are aak-aown to
oVare hereby sumoaonwl awl required to ap
pear la an action bpjohi aint oa hj the
abora camel plamtifl. m the " .7 Cart, in
and tor iheC-Mtntyof miM ' At rernwrypf
Antom. and answer tncomp .at ail with the
ClerihiC.oatTuee..ia saitt county,
la copy of whi.-i compuunt acctwpaaws this
samnors) viittun tmeoty days (exelasir
"rT. f sernce) atwc the ser-
Tlce upon loa of this saiaaioas. if
serre.1 iVthu cwU: bt ' . rk1 "
of the cSmty aa within th inet. then j
within thirty dU' ol-;,r " frtT I
diL'i yoe aro hnbr aMuied that if yw faU to '
twdawerth Oucaplaiat aa .wo e- ,
Qairthe pUmU .PW t" Coart for t
eZu MScljtwsesCrsi thMho f exrended.
i!T-ZSrn:kaadaaUhesalf the said
CoaityCosit. attTteon. this lOh. dsy ofNo-
"lauul'r'BED G. UCGUES, Cletk:.
Tlie California Insect Porter,
WTflE OStT AasOLUTXLT
PURE AMD EFFECTIVE INSECT POWDER
la tie Maries. It e&a be -wed with perfect
iiMl.u'ti peifectly barmlee to man ant
KeiiiarLlilr Ietructl tn All Kinds of
A T V I.T EKATIO.VS AND IMITATIONS
lluy HHhark In tbe Original I'arkacr.
And protect TearelTes frma the asiBOsmaee
eeaoed brcoase Sies. mosqailvee. oats, eedbos.
Dir'ti'jn aeesapaar a&sh fackb.
Tlie Ituliach rrvduclni;
and Mauufc Co.,
ISraneh Office IJ Aaa Street
ru-ild by Grocers and Dr sc-cisUererywhere.
CAN lx: liK " 1.
LE OiST & o o
jihihi. I rf n,-r t H. H. t: V" 9m
Whieb reniu.s Ktuall "Piv Sarke of hosassas
Ions: etandinst. The sblieat:M s saaafl sassl
hanatess. ran rn ao atessa rsmss .-a aasl essaSJasa-
cuthuu; iniarioaa. inc, IS.'"-
Lron .V tV' "Draafaihari.''
Keaiwee Suirraaon Rair ia a Hm
withuat pasa or oaptaasaajt sen sarin
ticruwaMa. Siatple aad featai.raa.
reeiHHw scot ny awn mc. t
GEO. V. SU.VW, GwHMtsl
atTrtsnaat Ltiast. BoHssa. 1
rx tiii: roOMTY cocrt or puu omw
JL ty. Territory m Araviia.
lh Has Pedro rrntl I'natsj).
aaiapt fh MK-hisr-i )SoM Mi-l.asjt
r-letehsK. i.ra rieetec.
aad ltiehau.t Kko. wh rsssl aaaa
kmiwn t nta ana. dfer sate Saata
Ac'-HW brwurt.' in h ' '"J ! f
fortheCuaaty of riaia .n -he Tamasij af Jan-
The Terrn..rj e! Aif r "etnle tniataa
The Miehtjtaa 1 Jli.:r aaaT. C. ft
Pletcher. iww I l-ehsw. Jata Das saw
Richard Koe. -!
a .rM k r l.r sammoaen I
prnrta aa ar.r .rctn aaassm jest ay bb
aNe Bane.! ;.airt:l in tho lassD tnrt tm
aat for the i tty ' Vtaus. ia tho Tss lisjus j
Arisnna. ui'l nw-r tao
th("r : of t: i- .Mirtat Taaa a, aa smsl
ty la cpy "f wh..-h rasaasatat aaaaaajaMa
day of ersic after tha i us liaa saawa fa of
this taaani' if serred ia thsV Coasshe; thai if
serred at of tte antjr and wsfhaa aia Bas
tnet. then withii. thirty days, ia all other asjaaa
Ami too are r-rebs iwstillasl llsaa If nsa fa t to
appwiraed aaer tho roasaaatat s nh s
airsl. the ulsirtiff will aooJy to a Caam
Ibr tke r:ief demand) Ihieesa. aas tar has
cost and d- t rei at sa Ifcsa saHaa m it
Hirst emler mi aaaa aad We seat soa
I 'aunt' ( Mr, at Tae-so, thsa tah daj uf
.tuber. A. !..
ltM KUKDU. HCHM.C4
THIS PIPER ESSIS
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trecAl.oenl'"r- UPlil VnDlf
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sure x Beaded tho sa r us
i lfM.fO in Usnor w
Ataioa'a se. ea'l
rh.M Pima I ... Ar
monu sad !ab- oso h tha
imad in onser : "I'I easel resal S
u DbiimI aa-K Waair 'ha
hoM tv soate f-r the y-r sortiasl
M aad i'. witlun autecy
of th noOee nil to aasnnlta
Doriiesi utssk'h eziwodttsuaa sssi
the aasa f tw-aty lie dMbtt SkJs.
t.rt in Mui eessaa wU hwsar Ha m
the tetbsvnaors. naitar ioitioB M. MS.
aeisosl Maaata est
Mat tas?ism. ot
day of Pebruare, '
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