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SATURDAY MAY 27
Douglas Gray of El Paso is at the
The UniTersity exhibit for the World's
Fair was Ehipped yesterday.
Kiel has 300 new samples of tennis
Judge Maxwell will go back to 1j wa
for the summer ia a few weeks.
A large crowd from Tucson will have
a picnic at Fort Lowell Sunday.
The game between the rival picked
nines next Sunday afternoon at the
gardens will be a good one.
A horse was stolen from the corrfil of
P. E. Duffee the milkman last Sunday
Jack Taylor will go to Yuma in a few
days on business and remain for the
greater part of the summer.
The meter system of guaging the
electric lights will probably be intro
duced this coming fall.
Painting, varnishing, polishing a-d
general improvement of the interior is
going on at Sam Drachman'd eigar store.
William Wrixon the gentlemanly and
capable representative of the San
Francisco Call is in the city in the in
terest of that paper.
Professor Netherton delivered yester
day at the University an interesting ad
dress to the students.
Daniel Drummond is preparing to
start in a few days upon his govern
ment surveying contract in the Mogo
IL Goldwater the leading merchant
of Benson part of whose property there
was recently destroyed by fire is in town
A party down today from Mammoth
are J. Lu Knudson and daugnter, Mrs
Malmstrom and daughter, William
Armstrong, and G. II Barnhart and
The wedding of T. N. Marsteller to
Mi6s Annie Darms will take place at the
tipiscopal church of this city on tLe
evening of J une 3.
George W Brown will be orator
. Memorial Day and will address the
Grand Army men and other assembled
organizations in the Opera House.
The rate from Tucson to Chicago was
cut down a few dollars by the Southern
Pacific company Wednesday. Round
trip tickets can now be had for $73.50.
Sam Webb is back in town from
Phoenix. Up to the time of leaving
home last night be had received 7G
applications for positions at Negates.
Two substantial houses have just been
finished on the let at the corner of Uon
Tent and Kennedy streets. The bricks
are on the premises and a solid stone
foundation laid for a third.
The suit of Mrs. A. Bail againt
Pouodmaster Baker was tried yester
day by Judge Culver. Five witnesses
testified in each tide. The conclusion
reached by the judge was hat Baker
naa uone noinmg more man was just i
Cable in connection with his duty. He
Marshal Roche has returned. Jt is
eaid he was not pleased with the looks
of things or the prospect at Yuma,
CapL Johnson is still wearing the badge
of marshalship and says he will stay
with the cfiice until the city couccil
commands him to give it up.
See the English adaptation of the
younger Dumas great play "Lie Demi
Monde." tonignt at the Upera House
It is creating an immense sensation now
at Washington, D. C. Maude Granger
and a company of 12 competent players.
The Fringe of Society." Don't miss it
ProL Toumey and G. L. Hnxie of the
University came down from Oracle last
Sunday awheel, a distance of about 10
miles, The latter is said to have ac
complished it in two hours and LI
minutes beating thereby the best pre
Yijua record which was a trifle over
The Epworth League will give a lawn
social on the grounds of the residence of
Rev. Mr. Mahaffie tomorrow evering.
The electric lights are all in and the ap
pearance of the lawn will be greatly im
proved by them. No prrgram, no ad
mission fee. Ice cream, cake and lemon
ade wul be served at the usual puces
Informal music and a general good time
will undoubtedly be afforded.
Dr. H. A. Hughes of Phoenix wss in
town last evening having come over to
make a medical examination. Beside
being one of the leading physicians of
the Territory Dr. Hughes is a gentle
man of scholarly attainments, deep
learning and withal an ardent Democrat
The last trait wiil shortly be reflected
in the new Democratic weekly which is
to be started in Phoenix and of which
he will have editorial control.
Three mining deeds were legally re
corded today. The three mines the
Great Western, the Alice and the Morn
ing Star, known aa the Ajo group are
placed upon record hs having passed
from the hands of C. W. Cu earnings and
L. L. English into those of Chris Jt hn-
bod and U. M. Marshall; thence to
William J. Hilands of Cleveland. O.,
thence to the Columbia Gold Mining
and Milling Co. of Arizona.
At the University yesterday afternoon
the new superintendent of public in
struction, Prof. F. J. Netherton, gave a
brief address to tie students in pub'ic
assembly. His remarks ere effective
and impressed the audience very favor
ably. Mr. ISethert n is taking boid o
his work with earnestness, and is inter
esting himself in all the details of bis
(duties. Wh'le here this week he gave
attention to all grades of the schools
from primary to University. He left lat-t
night for bis home at Mesa. The last
public exercises for the season at the
University will occur next Wednesday
afternoon. The preparatory class is
preparing a goodly array of essays for
G. H. Barnhart of the Mammoth
mine is in tawn today w.th Mrs. Barn
hart who has been suffering lately from
poor health and is in town for me lical
advice. The cave at the Mammoth of
April 16 was not as seri us as at first
reported. For several days previous it
had bwn anticipated and the mn were
on the look out for it. It began during
the noon hour at lhe 500 foot level and
gradually worked upward to the 200 foot
level lhe 'ateral extent being in no place
greater than 75 or 80 feet As the earth
which supported the timber fell a ay
below that above followed, arid ei on
upward for 30) feet. The material loss
to the mine was trifliDg. By tbe cavirg
itself no new ore was uncovered but iu
the cutting around on the different
levels thereby necessitated, soma very
satisfactory bodies were encountered.
The children of the public school
will give a prty to their friends and
schoolmates Thursday May 23. Refre
shments will be eerv-d, and the after
noon devoted to childi-h frolics. On
th evening of May 20, the gradua
tion exerch-es will be held at Reid's
Opera House. Five young ladies of tie
high school will be awarded diplomas.
This event, the first of its kind iu the
history of lhe schools of this city, will
be made interesting by musical and
rhetorical exercises. A very attractive
feature will bs "The Japarese Fantas
tic" in wbih 24 young ladle wiil par
ticipate. An admisssion charge of 25
James T. Organ returned last night
from El Paso.
J. J. WaVh resumes today the conduct
of the Legal Tender.
Judge J. T. Fitzgerald of Solomon
ville is bere on business.
Mr. Kohl berg, the El Paso cigar
manufacturer, is in Tucson.
The Citizen turns out tbe finest
wedding stationary in Arizona.
A high grade Sl'iO bicycle was re
ceived ttiday for juan Charouleau.
Hon. George W. Cheyney is in town,
having left Tombstone yesterday.
Tempe Butter is the finest ia this
market sold by J. Ivanccvich. 5-10-tf
The Court House grounds ate in
splendid condition. The lawn hasjust
been clipped and thorughly 6wept.
Walter Abrams, until recently book
keep r for J. L; her man & Cj. of Will
cox, is vititing friends in Tucson.
Service and sermon in Grace Epipco-
jjul church tomorrow at 11 a. ni aud 730 j
p. m. Sunday -school at 'J 30 a. m. j
In spile of the increasing heat of the
days the nights continue delightfully
Bishop Layton of Thatcher of the
Mormon persuasion, and bis son, are in
town today on lr.nd bui-ines.
A grand transformation is beiEg
wrought up m the budding now occupi
ed b the Citizen.
Mr. McNeil's bibieclas have found a
cool place to sit out duors tteee hot
J. E. Solomon is a visitor from the
Graham county e at which bears hi
name and w here his business interests
To prevent the hardening of the sub
cutaneous tissues of the scalp and the
obliteration of the hair follices, which
cause baldness, use Hall's Hair Renewer.
A Mexican wciuan in tbe Mar posa last
evening when the el ctric lights w ere
all turned on at or ce remarked to her
littl-s boy : "flow beautiful it is when
the sun strikes those glasses !"
The emergency fire hoses cf the Court
House were taken out this week and
tested and were found to be baJly dried
up and cracked and in generally bad
A pleasant party for young'folks was
given last evening at tbe home of Mrs.
Buelas, on north Meyer street, in
honor of the birthday of her daughter
The Misses Essiard Irene Goodman,
daughters of J. G. Goodman formerly in
the jewelry business in Tucson, were
both married yesterday at Los Angeles.
Some of th Chinaman in town who
were expecting to have the government
pay they their fare home a-e beginning
to fear they will have to put up the $120
William S. Rad will leave tomorrow
for La Osa ranch. Mrs. Read has been
vis ting there for a couple of weeks pa t
and they will return in a day or two
Mrs. Albert Steicfeld and Mrs. Sam
Drachman are but two of a number of
Tucs n ladies who are preparing for the
annual summer emigration from tbe
city. The two mentioned will leave
Ever-tt E. Ellin wood the new United
S ates district attorney arrived in tovi n
today and formally assumed the di -charge
of the duties of his ffice. For
the present he is at thd office of Gen.
Alfred C. Sheen of the Arizona and
New Mexico Comercial Co is laid up
with a severe attack of rheumatic gout
He has the satisfaction of knowing that
his deseasa is at least highly aristo
cratic. Judge G. W. Baker of WTillcox, who
arrived in town last evening, met with a
painful pecidect ou h:s way from the
depot. He was run into by a carry-all
and Ucocktd down. His nose and face
were badly damaged.
Mose Drachmr.n who has the Terri
torial agency for Arbuckle's coffee is
having tine success with it and is
rapidly, by push and energy, building
up a large commission business.
Herbert Tencey with Mr. and Mrs.
James Edgar atd C. GoodJoe Edgar re
turned la6t eveciag to Tucson. Mr.
Tenney spent a week in Chicago and
visi'.ed The Fair several time. Tbe
Edgars will remain in town a few weeks
before goirg back to Detroit.
Adolfo Allande, in the wholesale de
partment of L. Zeckendorf & Co., re
turned last evening from a vacation trip
to Mrxix. While fifhing at Guaymas
he hocked a monbter which, though
aided by five men, he was unable to
The first case of Miss Sarah Herring
in her career as an attorney, was be'ore
the Probate Judge in the case of Walsh
vs. Uaberlin in which a wiil was sought
to be brck-n. A dec-idon was given in
her favor and tbe case was appea'ed to
the District Court by Allen Ecglith
attorney for Wahb. Judge Sloan sus
tained the ruling of the court below in
favor cf Haberlm, whote attorney
Miss Herring was. Prospecter.
J. M. Holt, the cattle buyer of Milee
City, M nL, has telegraphed that he
would be here in a few da sand will
wUrcha-e all the cattle he can get. He
has a contract for 1500 head with one
inan, bote losses have been bo reavv
that he wi 1 have to call upon some of
his neighbors to make up enough to
kep hid agreement. Tne arrival of
Mr. Holt is awaited with great antici
pation by the cattle men.
A party of three students of Stanford
University of California, who arrived in
tbe city yesterday are Malcolm Aacier-
eon, a son of Prof. Anderson of the
University, R. L. Wilbur and W. W.
Pnce. They will remain two or three
m-nths in Arizona i rincipidly in Pima
coun y. I he obi ct or their trip is to
6ludy and secure specimens ot birdf,
mammals, bugs and reptiles. They are
rll en-husiafi' ics t-tudents of natural
history, ad br ght and brainy young
gentlemen. The tired ecen o? their in
vestigations wi I be tbe neighborhood cf
Fort Lowell where th y will go today.
Ths Mexican wr.o murdered Oon-
sthbieSchulz at Cactus Fist last Thur-
day, and his company n had not
been caught, at last account?, but a
dtputy was cloe en their tndl end they
may have b en caupht by lhi time.
B-rf re iraving Silver Cty they secured
a Winchester rille 19 addition to tbe
revolvers which they hnd ukenfr m
e cocstible, and guard. They went
to Casual City, thence to banta Ii:ts,
where they wer eseu by the 6tage driver
and from there he-dr-d toward Mi u
bres. About taat tia.e they sepurn'ed
rnd Anail, ti e muidererof Schutz,
betidd oW4rd Cook's Pet:k. Rm-r. z
keLt f.Iir.g t'iM Hi t Grande and is m ik
ing for Mexico. Prosector.
World's Fair Rate Reduced.
The Santa Fe route, alive to the in
terest of its patrons, will on and after
May 13th to and including Oct. 31st,
Silt tickets fro. Demicg and El Paso
to Chicago and return for 5o,lU, to bt.
Louis and return for $47,10, t Kansas
City, Atchison Leavenworth, St. Joseph
and return for $15.00, good for return
until Nov. 15th. 1893.
We have a new line of Pullman cars
built especially for World's Fair busi
ness and are prepared to offer oar pat
rons every comfort and luxury known
to modern travel.
A TRAGIC AFFAIR.
Conatabte Frank S chut a Killed
Jail Bird in Grant County
A Bold Piece of Crime.
Constable Frank Schutz, of
Lords-burg, was killeo under tragic
circumstances on Thursday evening,
at Cactus Flat, fifteen miles from
Last week Cel Analla and
David Ramires robbed T. R
IJrandt's store at Stein's Pass, and
got S5oineah. They were arrested
and one of them confessed, and
Judge McGrath, of Lordsburg,com
mitted then to the county jail a
Silver City. One U. Sena, who
had made an assault on C. I. SchuU,
was sentenced to sixty days in the
county jail, and Constable Frank
Schutz and T. P. Ownby,as guards,
started scross country with the jail
birds headed ior Silver City.
Sena and Ramires were handcuffed
together and occupied the rear seat
in the wagon with Ou nby. Analla's
feet were shackled and he rode in
front with Schutz. As they were
crossing Cactus Flat Analla sud
denly pushed Schutz out of the
wagons and seizing his pistol which
was on the scat, fired five shots.
Three of these shots took effect.
One shot entered Schutz's back
between the shoulder blades, one
passed through his shoulder and
entered just in front of the right ear
and came out through the left
cheek. He was killed instantly.
Ownby does not know whether
Analla shot at him or not. When
Schutz waa thrown out of the
wagon, Ownby reached for his
pistol but found that it was gone.
He got away from the wagon and
started for Silver City Among
Analla's effects they found a file
and they succeeded in filing the
hand-cuffs apart. Sena, who was
sentenced to a short term in jail,
concluded that he did not want to
go on with others and jumped out
of the wagon. He footed in into
silver City and notified Sheiff
Laird. Analla and Rumircs then
unhitched the team and rode to the
suburbs of Silver City where they
procured whisky and provisions and
disappeared. The recent heavy rains
will make it difficult to follow them.
The dead constable has a wife and
family and was well and favorably
known all over the country. After
he had been shot the Mexicans
robbed his body of a watch.
Sheriff Laird has offered a reward
of $300 fos Analla, dead or alive
He is an old offender and is well
known to the officers. He formerly
resided in Dona Ana county.
Since its first introduction, Electrict
Bitters has giined rapid 'y in popular
favor, until new it is clearly in the lead
among pure medical tonics and altera
tives containing liolhing which permits
its use as a beverage, or intoxicant, it is
recognized as the best acd purest medi
cine for all ailments of Stomach Liver
and Kidneys. It will cure Sick Head
ache, Indigestion, Constipation, and
drive Malaria from the system. Satis
faction guaranteed with each bottle or
the money refunded. Price only 50c per
bottle. Sold by Dr. Martin.
The Call of the Southwest Silver
Convention and Masg Meeting
Silvek City, X. M., Apr. 17, '93.
In obedience to the will and inetruc
tions of the South est Silver Convention
and mass m-etiag of miners held in E
Paso, Texas, on the 4, 5, C, 7, of Decem
ber 1S92 your executive and sub-corn
mittee, charged with thedutyof perpe
tuating the annual assemblage of tbe
miners of the southwest do in virtue of
the authority vested in them, announce
that the third annual south we-t sib er
convention and mass meeting of miners
will convene in Silver City on the 4th
and 5 h.of July. 1893, at 9 a. m.
Miuers are urged to be present aDd to
otherwise lend their ass-ir-tance to a
cause which cow, if ever, requires
friends and advocates.
John W. Fleming,
Chairman Executive Committee
Fine Books, Fabulously Cheap.
Many of tbe choicest bo V.b of the
world are row bt:ng itu-d in styles
and at prices to delight bo. k-lovera with
limited pun-ea. Jol.n B. A.dn, Publi
sher, 57 Ilote St., New Yvrz, who w-.s
the piote--r, and is t-till ;he If ad- r in
the "Literary Rsvoluti n," FeLds us a
copy of Bayard Tyior's famous and
dbghtful '-Views Afoot, or Kurope
Steu w:th Kr.&psatk acd SUIT, as a
sample of bis half-morocco trilt top style,
in which Ijh publisher some of the
world's meet lnmous books at pricea
rangii g from 30 cents to 0 cents each,
the same books being issued also in
neat cloth tinJicg at prices ranging
fjim 15 cnts up. Thesd books are
always in lare type, printed online
paper, the ci..tu b ndmg being of ex
cellent quality and the half-morocco,
gilt t u i-tvle lit t: adorn a y 1 bury. A
o'i page descriptive .amphlt't may be
tad free, or a 123-prge catalogue, a
veritable feast for book-lover6, muy te
had for a 2 cnt sti-nip. Adres3.Joiix
U. Aldex, Publisher, 57 TLoan S'-reet,
Late yesterday afternoon the two
cats of McGuirk s. McGuirk were
heard fnd taken under advieeinent.
11. W. Tichenor was appointed guar
dian ad l.tem of the two iuf;nt pla n
1 fTs. Ji'ines II illy represent d 1 lam
tilf and Co!. Wm. ilernnir defe'dant
Labtdia B-icicaluji wss trra'.ted a
decree of divorce fd in Ch .s. Uacigalupi
Hr:d ail.:v.d t resume her m;:idea
nam-. P o-pector.
Resolutions of Jfi?sp3Ct.
11a i.i. cf A k 7. na Lodge, )
No. 1, A. O. U. W.
Tccts. Ariz., May 10, 1393. )
In view of the lots we have sustained
by th death cf Broihc-r John Hart, ad
the still havier Ios 6ustaine 1 by those
nearest ard dearest t j h m, b it
Resolved, that it. is only a j-ist
tribute to the m-mory of the departed
oce ;osay ths;t iu regret tu g his rexoval
from our micis , we mourn for one who
wa in every way worthy our rB..ec
llesolvrd. lnt we sincerely cord'.le
with the family of our deceased brt ther
on the dispensation w.th which it h-s !
oleaeed Diviue Providence to afiiict 1
them, and commend them for consola
tion to Him who does all things for the
best, and whose chastisements are
meant in mercy.
Resolved, that this heartfelt testi
monial of our sympathy and sorrow be
forwarded by the recorder of this iodge
to tbe family of our departed brother,
and a copy to the A. O. U. W. record
and to the press ot the city for
C. A. Shibell,
W. Rsir, Committee.
Pittsdcrg, Pa., Msy 18. The great
torm which has pre vi.ilt-d over eate-.n
Ohio and western Pennsylva'.ia for three
day i b?iieved to be over. Rivers
are fctill risicg but w.ll hurdiy rrach tha
dargr line. S iarpsburg is several frei
underwater. Beaver Falls is ul fev r
h. at txpv-cting the town to be swept
from the earth tomorrow. The up
per dam is weakeni: g and a break is
possible Lt any time. Snould this occur
a body of water seven miles long, ha:f a
miie wide and iht feet deep will bo
dashed on the lower end of Bavtr
Falls, Fa'.lstor, Bndgewarer, and oth r
toAns below. At New Custle a brek
is threateted in the levees west, cf the
town at any moment. Warning has
been f-eLt to S uth New C;.stle that a
break will cover that p rt cf the ohy to
a de; th of at leabt 12 fiet. Over ten
miles of the New York P cnsylvar ia
and Ohio road between hero rnd Sharer
have beea washed out since niidn gL.:.
At Johnstown, Conemaugh and Stony
creeks aie boomiDg. It is feared great
dnmage will be done in the lower part
of the ci?y.
Sabanac Lke, N. Y., M-iy 18. O&e
of the f Jala pjr'oruied by B'.ondin, the
strong man with C'es circus was hold
ing together two etrong hors-B pulliDg
in opposite directions. Liist. night a
pair uii.couftouied to the performance
w as tried. They reared and plunged.
Bl nd n endeavoring to hold th m burt
a blood vessel aud did soon a.ter.
Washi.ngto:, D. C. May 17. The
mugwumps have traiDd thir batteries
upon L gaa Carlisle, chief cieik of the
treasury and son of the seer-, tary. They
eay that Logan must go.
Civil S?rvii.o Commissioner Lymaa
is leading the mugwump cha ge and
Carl Schuiz has enlisted ns a volunteer.
The mugwumps siy that Logan Cariii'e
has no regard for civil service reform and
They have atao H6certained that it's
a rank and official nepotism for the ton
of a secretary to hold suea a pobitiou.
It was the Sturteveut lemoval which
rrayed the mugwumps against Logan
Washington, D. O, May 18. Judge
T. W. Wetford 01 San Francisco speak
ing of the anti-Chinece decision says
ihere is no reason why the Chiiie.-e
ehould not have reg etered as required
by the Geary act. Native American
Citizens are compelled to regifcUT in
order to vote.JjjEvery ten years.a census
taker comes around and a-ks persjnal
qutS'ions that people have to acsweror
pay a penally tjt refusal. The Mongo
lians oouid easily have obeyed the iaw.
Judk,e Wetfo d, hoever, thinks the
Chinese ia the United States are doiug
no harm. He 6c. res the agitators as
Washington, D. C. May 17. Mr. May
the counsellor to the Chinese iegati jri
sad tbe conte t against tne l.;w wuuia
doubtless be transferred to Congress
wheu r. meets in the fnll. Under the
present co.ditions it would be ioipos
sibls for the officials to execute the lav?
literally bacauoe there was practical. y
no money With which to carry its pru
vis.ons iuto effect ami he did not thi: k
Congress would appropriate tha great
turn needed. It was an ui;f ortun.-b
and deplorable c. edition of eiF.iiis,
which threatened the rxisteu je f pan e
ful and peaceable relations of Ci in
and the United States as hundreds of
natives of each country in the territory
of the other, are practically hos.ages
for each othor.
Chicago, 111., May 18. In ihe pres
ence of G0,UUU people at noon tod ly the
reat Illinois State building at the Fair
was duly dedicated. It Whs tne bright
est day the "Wh.te City" has eeen fcince
it was opened to theworld. Not a cloud
was in the rky and the air was soft and
balmy. Everything was p.glow wiu.
ligbt and color and the picture was par
ticularly grand and impre-sive. With
the arrival cf every train from the open
ing gate came thousands of peopte.
Not6ince the opening day has anything
l:ke the crowd, which swarmed throufrn
the grounds today, been admitted at the
gates. The exeroisea consisted of turn
ing over the buildings by the State com
missioners to the Governor, acceptance
by him in behalf of the State and ad-dr-sscs
by Mayor Harrison and
Washington, D. C. May 17, The
message of Secretary Gresham to Min:s
ter Snowden at Madrid, Sunday night,
informing him of the conclusions reach
ed by the adminis ration upon the
matter of the reception and enterlaia
ment of the Infanta Eulalie, whijh was
at once conveyed to the Spanish minis
ter on foreign affair, was apparently
satisfactory to the Government of Spain.
The captain general of Cuba received
instructions yesterday to have the pro
gram goveroicg the lnf .nta's movements
as i rininaily prepared, cnrried out in
the departure of her highness and suites
from Havana for New York.
The cablegram on Sunday niht to
Miuitr Snowden directed him to ad
vise the Spanish government that fill
courtesy ard considerat on due the
rank a..d ctitioa of the princess wcu'd
be observed by the gove:nmen of the
This it wdl bejeen d-es rot defini'e
ly settle the mooted question whether
or not President Cleve and will cli
upon the princess at h r hotel bef re
the ha? psid her reepctn to the cHef
executive at the Wh te House. Th-
Infanta is expected to arrive iaNfW
Y'ork Friday mc rninp, the 19i.b, and to
come direct to Washington after leaving
the ship. The programme for her stay
ni this city includes a dinner to the
Infanta and her partv by President and
Mrs. Cleveland at, th- White House.
Hamburg, May 17. C r.s'derable ex
ci'eiuect h is been cau ed here by the
lli j al announcement that a h-borer has
died f As a; ic cholera at Schiffluck,
Cicago, lib, May 17. Mrs. J. E.
C'i!uh wifa ofth- well-knoA-n Bipti t
missionary, met a frightft.l death today.
She w:s killed by a foldiug hed winch
t loeu upon her and crushed her body
into an insensible cloI. while her
duuglr.er etod bypoweilees to prevent
Washington, D. C , May 17. Attor
Ley General Oinjy has render d t.n
opinion :n wm i t i.e holds that ui-i laws
of congress provdtng for the World's
I .iir, probioit the opening of the brancii
p s;ollice located in tha postollice de-p.-truuent
exhibit on Sundays. I i as
cendance w;th this opinion tho post-
ctlice aed other jrovorrnnent exhibits
wi;l probbly te cosed on Suadavs.
Flagstaff, Ari, May 17. The ten'h
annutil 8-Biin or tni era ul l .'U.e
IudpeDdeiit Ordr of Odd Felloes
closed hnri today. Delegates were
prFe' t from uaurly every lod-je in taa
J crnt- ry.
The following w re elected jjracd ofli
cjrt ior.toe ensuiug te:m: J. N. Jooes,
Grand Master; N. A. Morford, Deputy
Grand Muster, N. A.JSmith, Grand Sec
retary ; George F. Brow n, Grand Treas
urer; C. R. Bayless, Grand Warden.
The next session will be held in
Washington, D. C. May 17. A party
of prominent New Y'orkcrs, consisting of
O car S. Strau69,ex-minister to Turkey,
Jesse SeliKtnan, Julius Goldman, Colo
nel John B Weber and M. S. Isaac, had
a conference with Secretary Gresham
ing Russia shall be recognized by Rus
sian consuls at various ports. The
recent refusal of the Russian consul at
New Y'ork to counters go the passport
of a Jew ish woman, w hose husband is r.n
American citizen, on the ground that
his governmeit fjrbal him doing so,
iasa:d to be the underlying rtafcon.
Chicago, May 17. Ireland's national
lla of green with the harp audeun
biir.t win bi fin g to the breeze at the
World's Fair Iri?h village. A bit cf
arisen bunting with the inscription,
'Irish villi-gj. Blarney Castle," has been
rloir-g service for tt.e national banner.
ors to the'villege havo missed ti e
3 audard of green and crold. Lndy
Aberdeen'.-? attention was drawn ti this
faot and she hna givrn an or.er for he
f-inhiooing of a tl:ig simdar to that
under which th Irinh Bng-ida fought
ard won at Fintenoy, and which floaud
abov. Get eral Francis Meagher and his
men i so many h ird fought fields in
San Francieco, Cal., May 17. The
Chronicle prints an article to the effect
!b.it a bloody hi;'hbiuder3' war is about
to break out in Chinatown.
Today p'ajards werj posted through
the Chinese qua ter, off r ng a repaid
of 8300 for the life of Gam Lee, presi
dent, and Sam Y'up, two of the mst ia
Huentiil meaiberb of the Chinesa Six
The placards create J a great commo
tion among the Chinese, ns they were
an infall b!e iudicavion that b oodshed
was to follow.
Gam Lee in:ir ediately notified the
police ai:d placed himbelf under their
protection, and besides, caused counter
p acards to ba p it up offering 80OO for
information le&dtng to the discovery
aid arrest and conviction of bis pur
Tha grievances of high binders against
Gam Le are nume-ous, but hi par
ticular offecse consisted ia advice toa'l
Chinamen nft tj r-gister under tha
Geary act. His ctULKel was largely in
strumental in preventing registration.
Now, that deportation ia to be the
consequence of their fadur to comply
v ith the law, and that htgi binders and
the criminul el m nt exp-:ct to be the
tirst to be expelled from the country,
they propose to hold Gam Lee account
able fi.r the r misfortune?.
G-'.mLeehas always been an active
enemy of Chinese tough, and hP9 uni
formly assisted the police in breaking
th m up.
The police eny highbinders who were
recently dr.vcu out of town have re
turned and they are cor fident are pre
paring for a genral onslaught on Sim
Yup's family, whicb in its various rami
ucatioos, compromises abut one-half of
the Chinese in the United States.
Officers are making active prepara
tions to suppress an outbreak.
Chicago, 111., Miy 18-So thightly
wedged in the hall of AJ ay's art insti
tute were the crowds of women at to
day's tessicn that at one time a panic
was imminent. It was at the entrance
of the h 11 in which Susan B. Anthony
was spe iking. The crowds completely
rilled the hall. Hundreds were packed
outside in the corridors. In a hysteric
voice one wointn calied on the chairman
to postpone the program and send for
the pohc. A wcodjn partition crashed
in and added to the gro.viug feeling of
alarm. Proceedings were temporarily
discontinued until a policeman suc
ceeded in clearing the hall.
I New Y'ork, May 13. The Geary ex-
.lu rmaethfis always b en fouirhi by
j ti e Presoy torian churches and mh-sion-;
i.ry societies. The Presbyteri.-io bourd
of mtssi narits at a m:et)r.g yesteiday
. e:it a cablegram and ordered letters
written to four missions in Cidna in
which the icjurction to cautio-is con
servative action was enlarged on and of
the treat need that while matters are
ii:suspens3 all tLeJmis-d;nnriFS should
be in a situation where prompt commu
nication may be possible, and that visits
to the interior should not b undertaken
unless proper precautions be taken. "I
.m authorized," sid Mr. Dulies, '"to
send extra funds to each mis-ion to be
available when needed." Tho chief
danger apprehended is a sudden upris
ing a a result of false reports scatter; d
kiaorg peop'e who may take action be
fore the government.
Brunswick, Ga., May 18. The
greatest excitemeot known for years
prevails here over the events of today in
banking c rcles. Two of the principal
banks of the city the First National and
tb.3 Oglethorpe National have sus
pended paymeot and closed their doors
which arj bs.-iged by inoba of aogry
uenoeitors. At noon the report was
started that President M. Uilman of the
Oglethsrpe had committed suicide.
Later this was v.ritid. Some of the
leading business bouses are supposed to
be tottering on tha veive of failure pre
cipitated by suspension of banks.
Chicago, 111., Mny 10. The long
standing differences b-tweea the Colo
rado Midland and the Denver and Rio
Grande hive been finally settled and
rates in Colorado will ba restored as
soon as it can ba lezally done. Thi3
means twa or thre9 days before the
ftric ly Colorado rat-s will be tack on
their old bisis and possib'y tea days
before the rate to Ogden will be put
where it was before active hostilities
were began. The matter of running
one or two trains e ich way every day
will ba left to each read to dots a
pleases abjut, and all ethers matters
uot. bearing strictly upon th points at
isfua w 11 aso bj left to tbe presidents
cf tne different roads.
The line of the Colorado Midland
Lctvwen R II Springs and Grand June
ion will beowLed h-df hnd half by the
;oads, according to the orig nal agree
Ment m;ide between the C'-lurado Mid-l-.td
and Denver and Rio Grande when
th? former road was constructed. Tiie
effect of the eettlement f the Colorado
roubles mear.a aibtFenir.g of World's
t-'air rates e-.bt of the Musnuri river,
hut th':y wi 1 toi reach the point it
was onginaily lntenaeu that tney
The At.ihison noii -e of withdrawal
from the Wtsteni P.s T.er association
exiprstn Saturday and a meeting of
feneral man ig-rs ha been called for
'"iiduy to sej if matters c.i: not be ar
;at,ged 60 that the Audi '.son will remain
i:i the association. The Atce.ison ali
;rjg has be-n in fa r of a lower rute
o the ond's Fair than that officially
adopted by the association and it will
j O A' in ist that some coacessii ns will be
laa l a to i's wishes in this regard. It
will ask th-tt the round trip rule from
Lenv-r to Chicago b tot cver 637, and
lrom Iv insas City olo to 01b. It it c;n
Lct obtain thes rateB or their equiva
lent, its co'ico of its withdrawal from
th; Western I'asengr nssocia'ion will
held ood and ther wi l be lively times
in rates eat of tha Misnouri river. Thf?
anxiety of the Burlirgton ard Rock
Id and for higher rates will be a potent
factor in securi g the Atchuoa a
victory in this respect.
Alexandeu, Minn. May 18. The dam
holding the water of lakes Id;i and
Millena has given away and a ia'ghty
lioxl is raging down the long prairie
river. All the bridges west c f town are
washed out or stayed with ropes and
impassable. Much damage.must result.
A Popular Remedy.
The promptness and certainty of its
cures have made Chamberlain's Cough
llemedy famous. It is intended especially
for coughs, colds, cronp and whoopirg
cough, aad is the mcst effectual remedy
known for these diseasts. Mr. C. Ii.
Main, of Union City, Pa., pays: "I have
a great sale on Chamberlain's, Cough
1'"r"',T f "-nrrBrit, every ottle and
Infanta Eulalie Eeceives a
FLAGS 00VEB HER VESSEL-
New Lleiican Regist3r of Land
Office and Receiver
New York, May 19. The fleet .of
bpanh-h warship3 arrived this morning
The Reina Man; Christina, the vessel
bearing the Infanta Eulalie, is resplend
ent with bunting. The guns of Forts
Wads worth and Hamilton boomed a
royal falute as tha vessels passed. Be
fore entering the narrows, tho vessels
hove to at quarantine and the Infanta
Issabel was boarded by Health Officer
Jenkins who was courteously received
the princee?. This visit cf ceremony by
over, the Infanta Issabel weighed
anchor and moved into the harbor
followed by the other Spsniard and the
Dolrhin in the order named arriving
shortly after noon amid renewed boom
ing o! cannon from the warships and
forts. The princess entered the cutter
and being conveyed to the dock with
suite, at once t;ok a special train for
Cleveland, U., .May lu. A receiver
has been appointed foa the Clover Leaf
Washington, D. C, M'y 19. The
President hr:s appointed Kerr Craie of
North Carolina third assistant post
Berlin. Ger.. May 19. A boiler of a
locomotive ? Ilmeran Saxe Weim-in ex
plodd instantly killing five persons and
so s; rious'y wounding eight others that
they are dying.
New Y'ork, May 19. The sheriff has
received an attachment for g223,337
against the West Superior (Wis.) Iron
and Steel Co. in favor of the assignee of
Francis H. Weeks, ths mi?sii g lawyer.
Washington, D. C, May 19. The
President made the fallowing appoint
ments today: George R. Young of New
Mexico register of the land office at Ros-
well, N. M.; William II. Ccsgroveof New
Mexico receiver of public moneys at
Roswell, N. M.
New York, May 13. David C. Hous
ton lieutenant colonel of engineers of
the United States army, died this morn-
at St. mcent s bcspital of jaundice.
He was fifty-eight years of age and a
nativa of New Y ork.
To weeks ago Colonel Houston, ac
companied by a woman known as Mrs.
M:nnia Porter, went to tte Everett
house and they were uss srned separate
rooms. Mrs. Por;er p&ssd us his niece.
Thi? couple did much dri-.k ng and the
hotel people refused Mrs. Porter liquor
after learning the amount she had uon
Before leaving the hotel, the unfor
tunate woman to'd the hou ekeper
that her home was in Tenneese and her
hucbune, son and daughter lived there.
At the hospital today the physysician
6aid tne woman could not live.
Nf.w Y'ork, May IS. Arrangements
have ben completed for a meeting July
21, between Jack Dempsey and Billy
Smith at Coney Island.
Minneapolis, Minn., May 17. A
Kedwintr, Tdinn , special to tte Journal
fays tiat the bank of Zumbrota, at
Rumbrota, Gooducue county, has sus
pended payment. It had c3,CHX) in cash
on band bat its load of 80,001) in paper
was too heiivy. Its capital stock is
Dedham, Mass., May 18. Albert W.
Niokereoa, t x-president of the Mexican
Central radro-id, aud ex-direct-r of the
Athieoo, Topeka .nd Santa Fe and
New York and New England railroads,
died tonight of peritonitis. Hi state
is estimated variously frona 63,000,000 to
City of Mexico, May 18. The bnsi
ne saud commercibl element, of Mexi
co are exercised over proposed changes
ofcu3foms tariff. The proposed tax of
12 cents per kdegram on chewing and
smoking tobacco and snuff is meeting
with much opposition. A number of
peti ioos have already been presented
to the chamber of ofcommtrce protest
ing against tbe proposed tax.
Lansing, Mich.. May IS. Last n'ght
the body of the 9-year-i Id s n of Mrs. F.
Hare, who died Monday nighi. disap
peared from the housd where it lay.
About a year ago the husband of Mrs.
Hare w a3 killed by a log rolling upon
h m. The phjsician r quested a post
mortem examination of th son yester
day, but the mother refused. '1 his
morning the body was found at the bot
tom of a deep well oa the farm. Tr.e
mother confessed to having oifored
her son to prevent his growing up to
be a thief. She was arrested, 'ihe
neighbors think the is ii sane.
Cork, Mny, 17. Nationalists North
east for Cork, who have been repre
sented by Michael Davitt. who was
obliged to withdraw fiotn Paibam ct
on account of bankrupt proc-td ng
instituted against hici for costs in the
Notrh Meath ontest, have resolved to
leave the seat vacant; with thd expecta
tion that Divitl w iil obtain in oiirt h
certidcata of bankruptcy enabling him
to aain enter 1'arliament.
Guadalajara, Mex., May 18. The
people of Mansinillo, iu the State of
Uolimn, cl dm they did not receive
proper treatment at the hands of r ran-
ciaco Jjopes, auditor of tho custom
house at that place. In their popular
indignation a delegation of cidens
waited upon him a faw drys ago and
forced him to reein his pes ticn The
official waa then driven out of t wn by
a 111 jb and warned never to return.
Affairs are being iavestigut.-d by the
Washington, May 18. An authnti-j
statement h-n been obtained rs t" the
inierview between Secretary G;esham
and thd Chinese rain ster at the State
Department Wednesday last.
based on the
idea of sup
that "feeding a
cold" is good doctrine.
of cod-liver oil with hypo
phosphites, a rich fat-food,
cures the most stubborn
cough when ordinary medi-
The interview waa entirely devoid of
tone and feature toward any suggestion
of sensationalism. Nothing whatever
was said by the minister concerning any !
possibdity that the Chinese legation in
Washington would be withdrawn as a
result of the enforcement of the law,
and it can be stated on authority of
Secretary Gresham that he has not re
ceived any intimation from any source
tha? any such proceedings nrd contem
plated. During the interview th9 uhiness
minister assured S cretary Gresham
that h believed the Chinese govern
ment would not resort to iny retaliatory
measures and there would be nothing
done by thi government that would dis
turb the pre-ect friendly relations be
tween tho United States and China.
The minister was of the opinion that
co trouble would result from th law.
The interview was pleasant through
out and lasted about 20 minutes.
PREMIUM FOR BUILDERS.
Great Race of the Cruiser New York
will be Against lima.
Boston, Mass., May 13. Tbe cruiser
New York reached Boston tbi9 morning
after a good run from the Delewere
breakwater. The average rate which
the vesstl went through the water may
be safely put down at nineteen knots an
hour, and there ia every reason to hope
the New Y'ork wili exceed the contract
speed by at least one knot, thus win
ning for her builders premiums amount
ing to S200,000, and giving to the
United States thd fastest armored cruis
er in the world.
Monday morning early the New Y'ork
will tret un :er way and steam up to the
starting point otf Cape Ann for th
creat ra?e. The contract with the gov
ernment calls for ep ed of twenty kLOts
per hour, nnd coO.OOO being paid for
every quarter knot in excess and a like
amount forfeited for tvery quarter
and Silver Mming
Phoenix About to
Ship a Gold
The Directors of the Volcanic Com
pany at a meeting held today decided to
send out to the mines a force of 13 to 20
men to assist the present force in block
ing out as large a piece of g.dd as the
largest wagon will hold up. Tha block
will be about 15 feet long a-d G feet
square, weighing about GOAX) pounds.
The vein from which thii ore will be
taken is 45 feet wide with en unknown
depth and crops out on the surface, for
over a mile, hence a block 45 feat square
by one mile ia length could be had if
th-ie was any wsy cf trausr orticg it to
rbilroad. This one vein as-ay?, cllyy,60
geld, 31.40 silver and $23 e pper uer Urn.
The comDny own five ofh.r f-imilr
veins adjoining it and a veriiuble gold
hill one mile north of it. 'th? value of
this ore block will be 374130 d. liars. It
will be glittering beauty bowing silver
and copper glance acd native jld inter
mixed with a blend of brown an i green
and red oxide. This large biork of ore
will be hauledon wag- nn to Sentinel
town on the S uthern Pacific ra iway 35
miles south and from the ni nes and
sairped within tnis month to tne mana
gers of t-e Arizona mineral exhibit at
the World's Columbian Lvpoitioi at
Chicago. 'Ihis work will re under the
immediate eupervis on of the President
of the Volcanic Company and Captain
Samuel L. Smd-rs the manager and
as saver of ta company.
These are the mine recently discov
ered in the Eagie Tail mountains about
90 miles west of Phoenix ner the ex
tinct volcano crater and the company of
which is wholly made up of the. owners
of the Orange Belt Land & Canal Co.
btdng Phoemx and Decatur; Illinois
parti- a. Herald.
Christina Christiansen Died Sunday
at Her Ranch from the Effects
On Sunday n-:ght Christina Christian
sen, wh. sd Taach is net far from Pair
tank, ditd in great cgocy, She was
taken with epasni while her cousin, A.
Yendreson. wa with her. Assistance
was sent fc to Fairba k. but before it
arrived she was dta J. Her last words
we e, "Take enre of my chi;dren."
The pecul arity of tha eae aroused
suspicion ai d an inquest was h Id upon
the body yesterday by Jusii e Duncan.
No verdict ,vas rendt rej. but the body
was brought up to Tombstwie nod a pot
mortem examination held. D.. Hsmi ton
this mornirg discovered unmistakable
signs of poiton in thj etcni-ich of de-c-ithedT
ana tlie coroner'. jury will con
vene Htain in the mor iog to oomplete
its eiamioation intothecaus cf dea h.
Tlie testimony before th-. jury d;d not
hjw th:it i-'ecejued had tired of life or
hv.o any motive in destroy irg herself.
S:ie i-ompi..ined of p ic-j iu her head and
jhesJt before dying. It is probable that
irrtsrs wili f. II . w the coroter's inquest.
Tj-tkb A. Vecuresoti, the party men-
i-ned f.s having t een with tha deceased
Mrs .Chii.-.tiaEsen just bt-forr her death,
a arre-t-d thU afternocn acd placed
under 3500 bonds to aw.ii: th ticdirg of
he corocer'tj jury in hr c be. -Prospector.
The Citizen, of Miiy lGr.h, does not
quest-on th- stutraeu- i l the I-dt of
4 One Who Was Ther-." who cri i. ised
the correctness ff Fr--.l llu -"les "E;irlv
History of the Kid," whicri .v;ceared in
the Cuizon, April '2Sih, but r rhj. t j upD
tbe wri er for hiding hii idciiti';- behind
a non d plume.
That lein the only cau-.e o! com
pltrnt, it is er.si y ren.oved by ;i.iii the
rame of the author of ll.e urtich in the
lJ-1". us Jo m M. Jon 'f, nw ctizn of
Ul' be, the trailer of the I-uiian-, who
in'ie known their locti'i m, oi. he nnr
nicg of February loth, 137:1 ortv miles
m rth ?sL of CJif oti, where a lil ensu
ea ai.u fi.urtten or ino l'Mui!) were
kill-ii, as was a!so Jo in iiu ! ird, the
captain of the pjreiiir.g jfi'ty. Mr.
Jonee. at tb irttaace cf tLe fen. or edi
tor of the UAtt wr.it e thear.i ; aia qute
tion,t:avia a p-r3on;d kn v eil e f tbe
alTair Knd knowing trat his stst?ment
cannot be successfully conttr.dieted.
Oa the same nLdi ( F.b. ?,. s72) that.
the3 Inci.m sole Ilaivev W; .iiehill's
horsp, ih y cut two hors s loose from
the wagon in which we w. :e s eepicg.
Tfce material s-thten enf n Mr. Joots'
communicB! i n sr fnmi i r to nn-l -e
vcuut.ed for by M. W. ' - vat n, J. W..j
uansom, (torge C. Strorr tid th remor
editor of the Heir, all of v!;o n aio nw
rebide&tsof Clob-3. Silv r Uelt.
For the World's Fair.
The Southern Pacific Railroad Com
pany announces the rale of return
tickets to th World's Fair from Tucson,
gocd 1 11 November 15ih for $85 70.
Further particulars can be obtained
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A recent New York dispatch reads:
"James C. II , a line looking and
apparently healthy man, was observed to
stagger while walking on Filth Avenue this
afternoon, and after taking one or two un
certain steps fell to the sidewalk. When
picked up he was dead. A physician ex
amined the body , and pronounced heartdiseasa
the cause of death. A peculiarly sad feature
of the case is that Mr. II was op. his
way to Maine, to settle in the home of his
boyhood, lie had passed the previous ten
years in the western mining country, and had
amassed a fortune. If YOU have any cf Je
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you should lose no time in seeking relief.
From John L. Roberts, Slatington, Pa.:
aI hav? sui&red witli fHiIpi'arion, irregular
'yulse, fai'Uiivj and smothering spells, pain in
shoulders, side, ami arms for orer forty years.
For twelve years have been treated without
avail by prominent physicians in my neigh
borhood and in New York. (! rowing con
stantly worse, smothering spells followed one
another, so my life was often in danger and
I needed constant care. As my son had been
cured by Dr. MileJ New Heart Cure, he sent
me three bottles. The tirst dose gave ma
instant relief. Eefore using the last bottle
I was completely cured. Although seventy
five years old 1 feel twenty years younger.
I claim my cure to be almost a miracle." '
Here is a letter from Mrs. John Kolgcs,
of Cleveland, O.: 44 1 had been troubled with
my heart and stomach for years, but r six
teen months had leen confined to iCr bed.
I had four cf the best doctors in the but
none of them could benefit the weakness of my
heart. I also had dropsy and rheumatism.
I never took medicine that relieved me at
once as Ih MileJ yew Heart Curt does. I
am much stronger. My appetitelplendid.
I gain strength with every dose. I haw
gained more in six weeks from yonr treat- -ment
than in sixteen months from all the
Dr. ITHes Sew Cure for the Heart is sold
on a positive guarantee by all druggist.
It is safe, effective, agreeahle, and does cure."
Dr. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind.
For sale by F. Fleishman. Da'cirist
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of Mf.tW, tarty Kt Tl.it.
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