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rilUUSDAY, OCTOHKU 22, 18D1.
Tho "0 1'" cutM-t fin'
New Home sowing niuclilne, P. J.
William II. Fisher returned yester
day from u trip to New Mexico.
K. K. Uooth, of tho Neeille.s Eye.
will toon .start uiiuwsiwiHTiitWilllaniM.
Carl Ilolton, tl.u A. & P. railroad
live stock agent, Mas in town Monday.
OIimI Frve. who has been seriously
111 for M)iue time, Is able to hu around
For u btjlUltly triinincd hat M'o Mrs.
Alvoril. She can please you every
Tho pupils of the public school arc
leherstnga play, to be pioduced at an
Trysomoof thic delicious choeolatu
caramels just received fresh from the
factory by Switzer & Son.
Twelve new residence, are now in
coursu of erection in that portion of
Flagstaff known as old town.
My line of gents' wear this fall is
uusurpas.cd, and I invito inspection,
i Prices to suit. M. Salzman.
Tho. Coconino Sun has tho InrgcM
circulation of liny paper ever published
in FLvstaff. Advertisers should bear
this in mind. t
' G. W. lloope and wife, of Boston,
Mass., who are stopping at the Hank
hotel, returned from Los Angeles on
Tim Hoard of Trade will hold its
regular iiiouthlv meeting on Wednes
iln.v ..v..iilii' next. A full attendanco
of mcmbeiH is desired.
Tnviihiioiis are out anuounciuj: tho
siher wrililhij: anniveisary of Mr. and
Mrs. T. J. Grace, at their resilience in
this city, next Sunday e cuing.
Don't fail to visit Mrs. L. A. Alvord's
when you want anything in milliner,
ladies' underwear, glows or hosiery,
or. In fact, anything for the ladies or
A. 1$. Van Horn and wife will leave
on Monday next for Ueaumout, Texas,
where Mr. Van Horn will take ciiargo
of the ban el stave mill for the Kansas
Cir.irs. clears and cijrars, direct
from New 'oik factories. A largo
stock just received. Samples to the
trado furnished on application. M.
The attention of our stock nil-era is
called to the advertisement of Harry
Fulton, which appears in this issue.
Mr. Fulton is a progressive stock
raiser, and believes that the best stock
is the cheapest.
Invitations are out for tho sith an
nual ball of Winslow Lodge,, No. 7,
Knights of Pthias, tube given at La
Prcde's opera house, Viulow, on Fri
day evening, Nowmber C, 181)1.
Music will be furnished by the Fort
Tho great Dr. lloerhaavo left tlirco
directions for preserving tho health
keep tho feet warm, tho head cool and
the bowels open. Had he practiced In
our day, he might havo added: and
piuify the blood with Aycr's Sarsapa
rilla;" for ho eeitainly would consider
jt the best.
W. II. A-huit, John Marshal, and
U II. McCIure left estei day morning
for .'"'' (:,':iml Canyon. The were
well ' s 'ij'pl'1'! w''"' g1-1'1 l0l a" u
good boa . "i t,,ey w,u "I'V"'1 tluJ
winter in .'UL' Canyon prospecting and
working oi.,0ga'n" w,,lch 8ll0W "P
remarkably w "
Cook &Lee. our enterprising jew
elers, havo secure,. "'"'? '.Bl'n
Illeibcl, of El lasu, who now has charge
,.f ii.i ,,...oi,.;n., .. ud manufacturing
department. M?. BK ,J Jrf h thlj rcml
tatiouof being an exce llt'nt workman,
.i 1?. ....... w Tc no need of
auii uui vu 'iv nun ! ,. ,
sending their work in thi, liu; to other
Tho postponed entertainm yii of 'e
n,w,,i 'r..t.i,.Ui-uM'tn fnt-i. nitiPK jit i.'ieir
hall on Saturday evening of 111 wt week;
October 31. An excellent program,
consisting In part of vocal and instru
mental music and recitations, luw been
arranged. No admission wl U be
charged, and doubtless there will bo a
N. L. Citithtie, post command or of
Hansom Post, was giwn a recaption
at tho (J. A. H. hall on Saturday oven
ing. tliu 10th iust. bpcci'hes were
made by X. L. Guthrie, of the euiion,
and W. L. Switzer, of the eonfed -ratu
army. Hansom Post otcd Mr.Gmthrio
a life membership, an honor seldom
conferred upon an soldier. After
pal taking of a bounteous stippoi nnd
an hour'rt enjoyment in toasU and
speech-mnking, the gathering ad
journed. George Hoxworth, who has. liren
engaged in tho tiiisnilthing and plcinib-
r'iii-' business in FlajrstalY for soveral
vears. left with his wife for Prescott
Junction, wliero lie will reside Id- fu
turc, Monday. , Mr. and Mrs. Hox
worth's many friends regret their de
parture from rlagstaii, nnu wish uieiu
.' happiness and prosperity in tiieir now
home. Harry Hoxworth will cot iduct
his father's business at this place.
Tho SUN will keep Undo Georgo posted
on tho happenings of the Skylight City.
Threatens every man, woman or clillsl liv
ing In u region of country whoro fovei nnd
nguo Is prevalent, slnco tho Rurmsof mnj'arfnl
dhteiiM) nro Inhaled from tlio nlr anilnro
swallowed from tho water of such a ro ilou.
Medicinal safeuard Is absolutely necoMsary
to nullify this danger. Asti means of furtl.
t vlnir nnd nccllmatliiB tho system no its to 1h
nhlo to resist tlio malarial pol-on. Hostctter's
Stomuch llltturs Is Incomparably tlio best and
tho most popular. Irrcjjiilarlllcs of tho
stomach, llvcrundbowelscncouraso malar la;
but the-o ore speedily nctincd by tho blttors.
riio functions ut digestion ami secretion uro
assisted by its use, nnd n vigorous us well as
regular condition of tho system promoted liy
IU Constitution and physique uro thus de
fended ugalnst tho luroads of mulurln. )y
thls matchlcs preventative, which U 11U0 a
certain and thorough remedy In thq worst
cases at Internment and remittent fovors.
Is Alum l.'olBonousf
tllnll'B Journal of Health.
"This question has caused 11 good
deal of discussion. Alum is used by
many bakers to whiten their bread,
enabling them to use an inferior Hour.
It is most oxteush cly employed as a
cheap substitute for cream of tartar in
tho manufacture of baking powders.
It has not been considered immediately
dangerous; although if continued it in
duces dyspepsia and obstinate consti-
patiou. Hut the tact that many eases
of poison! ug havo occurred from tho
use of alum, puts the question iu a
more serious aspect, and prudent peo
ple will exercise caution In tho selec
tion of baking powders."
"Under what couditiou thou, does
this substance foimerly used only for
mechanical or medicinal purposes
become poisonous? They aro cer
tainly obscure, and at present wo can
only surmise w hat they may be. Wo
suspect that tho cause exists iu tho
individual poisoned; somo peculiarity
of tho constitution producing a morbid
change iu thosccretions of the. stomach,
with vhieh tho alum combines and
foims an active poison; or the bccie
tlons may bo healthy but iu unusual
proportions, and that those less or
greater proportions in combination
with the alum constitute a poison."
For example, two parts of nioreim
and two parts of chlorine form calomel,
which is not poisonous, but change
tho proportions to one part mercury
mid two parts of chloiiuc, and wo get
corrosive sublimate, which is deadly
I hen amun wo know nothing of the
constitutional peculiarities. Why is
it that one person can eat all kinds of
green fruits and vegetables with im
punity, while tho same course might
cost another individual his life? Uno
person can handle poison ivy a.iil
sumac without being iu tho leivst
allected; auotl.er is poisoned if he ap
preaches to withintuiifcctof them. Out
of a family residing in a malarial dis
trict, some of the members will suffer
half tho year with fever and ague,
while the others will enjo excellent
health during tho entire year. Foods
that are wholesome to some persons are
actually poisonous to others. This is
especially true of some kinds of fish.
There is no safety in taking alum into
the stomach, as it is shown to bo al
ways injurious, and often dangerous."
The Scientific American published
iu a recent number a list of alum and
ammonia baking pou dcrs, which is of
great aluo at tins time. Following is
tho list complied from official reports.
Powders marked with a star seem to
lia e a general sale, as they aro men
tioned iu at least two of the official re
ports. 'ATLANTIC &l'A'C.
DAVIS O. K.
Thcio aro, in addition to to tho fore
going list from tho Scientific American,
a number of such powders sold In tho
western that were not found in tlio
Following is tho list to date:
CALUMET, - - Contains Alupi.
(Calumet BakingPowder Co., Chicago.)
FOHEST CITY, Contains Ammonia
(Vouwie Bros., Cleveland.)
CHICAGO YEAST, ContaiusAnimouia
(Ciupuian & Smith Co., Chicago.)
BOX BOX, - - Contains Alum.
HOTEL, - Contains Ammonia Alum.
(J. C. Grant Baking Powder Co., Chi
cago.) UXKIVALED, - - Contains Alum.
(Spragues, Warner & Griswold, Chi
cago.) OXE SPOOX, TAYLOR'S, Ammonia
(Taylor Mfg. Co., St. Louis.)
YAHXALL'S, - - Contains Alum.
(Yarnall Mfg. Co., St. Louis.)
(Merchants' Mfg. Association, St.
DODSOX & HILS, - Contains Alum.
(Dodson & Hils, St. Louis.)
SHEPAHD'S.Contains Ammonia Alum.
(Wm. II. Shephard, St. Louis.)
MAIN'S, - - Contains Alum.
'Moyer-BaiuMfg. Co., St. Louis.)
MOXTA-JCH, Contains Ammonia Alum.
nt.-i.1i Jltirdoeli Uo., wiieago.j
SXOW ILkL' " " Contains Alum.
(Bengal Co.'e fcbpicc Aims, unicago.;
GIANT - ' Contains Alum.
MILK - " contains Aium.
(W. F. McLaughl"1 w- "cagu.;
ECHO - - Contains Alum.
(Spencer Bluing Fadi Co., Chicago.)
KALBFELL'SPUHITi, - Contains
(Knlbfell Mfg. Co., CLago.)
H1SIXG SUN, - Contains Ammonia.
(Phoenix Chemical Works, C hieago.)
WHITE HOSE, - Cotitaius Ai.'""""
(Globo Coffeo & Spice Mills, Min
neapolis.) WOOD'S ACME, Contains Ammonia.
(Tlios. Wood &Co., Philadelphia.)
ANDREWS' PEARL, Contains Am
monia.) (C. E. Andrews & Co., Milwaukee.)
HARRIES' FAVORITE, - Contains
(II. II. Harries, Minneapolis.)
FIDELITY, - - Contains Alum.
SOLAR. - - Contains Alum.
(Sliermau Bros., Chicago.)
PUTNAM'S BEST, - Contains Alum.
(Wells Putnam & Co., Chicago.)
CHINA "T" HOUSE, Contains Alum.
(Noah McDowell, St. Paul, Minn.)
TWIN CITY, - - Contains Alum.
(J. K. Ferguson, Minneapolis, Minn.)
1IKHCIILES. - Contains Ammonia.
(Hercules Baking Powder Co., San
CLIMAX. - - Contains Ammonia.
(Climax Baking Powder Co., Indian
Ed. McGonigle, and employe of tho
Arizona Lumber Company, was thrown
from his horso whilo out hunting Sun
day morning, and had his right arm
dislocated. Dr. Brounan set tho dis
located member, and the patient is
uow doing well.
Go to Brannon's for ladies' wraps.
Salzman, Flagstaff and Willi 11ns.
Overcoats, overcoats, cheap, cheap,
at P. J. Brauncii'3.
Rev. Robert Colt man returned from
J. Chrisman is building a largo ail
dition to tho Del Monte hotel.
Don't forget that the library benefit
ball takes place to-niotrow uvoning.
John Li ml lias been quite slek sincu
his return, bolug eonliued to his room.
See tlio extra heavy Random mixed
men's underwear at Branncn's, $1 a
Rev. Henry Carlyon, of Gallup, N.
M., left for his homo on Tuesday
See Brannon's lino of lino shoes;
prices aro low. Wo havo a dandy
$2.60 ladies' shoe.
Mrs. Newman and daughter, Mi-s
Florence,- have gone to Oregon to
spend the winter.
The place to get tho value of your
mono is at Salzmnn's, Hagstaff and
A masquerade ball will bo given by
tho evening of Thanksgiving Day 011
company I, N. G. A.
Tlio fence enclosing tho Methodist
church and parsonage has received a
fresh coat of paint.
Found. A watch. Call at Western
Union telegraph office, .prove property
and pay for this notice.
The latest styles in fall nnd winter
millinery at Mrs. Alvord's, Millinery
and Dressmaking Parlors.
Tho columns of the Coconino Sun
aro open for the discussion of work of
the constitutional convention.
D. M. Riordan is now iu Chicago, on
business connected with tlio building
of tlio Arizona Central railroad.
Twenty miners started fioni Denver
a few days ago, overland, for a pios
pocting tour of the Grand Canyon.
"You ain't iu it" unless you treat
your girl to a box of thoso delicious
caramels that Switzer & Son put up.
"Oh, mamma!" "What is it my
dear?" "Slanjr, mamma, that s all.
Still she buys
Switzer & Son.
lier chewing gum ot
Deputy Sheriff Fairchlhl returned
Monday from Apacho county, where ho
went after a couple of horses stolen by
Prof. Charles A. Bailey, piano tuner,
of Pomona, Cal., will bo in Flagstaff
by November 1. Leave orders with
Miss M. Freeman.
By an advertisement in tho Prescott
papers, wo learn that Dr. J. M.
Marshall, tlio Flagstaff dentist, will be
in Prescott to-morrow.
It is well worth anyone's while to
stop in at Switer & Son's and see the
beautiful display of candies made in
their'store and it is just as nice as it
All preparations aro now completed
for the library benefit ball at Powell's
hall to-morrow evening. A largo at
tendanco is assured, and :t good time
will bo had.
William Wheeler, a brother of Mrs.
II. D. Ross, is anion:; tlio recent ar-
HrnlA lii Flni'.-t.iff. Mr. Wheeler hails
from California, and iiituuds making
this place his home.
Ri'v. G. F. Bovard and wife, left
Tuesday for their homo in Los Angeles.
His duties as superintendent ot mis
sions ot tlio iu .. eiiurcii win cause
his return hero next wcekj
T. II. CmIii'I. minnnil superintendent
of the Atlantic ic Paciffc railroad, came,
in from Albuquerque on his special car
Saturday evening, remaining over
Sunday, when licpryeeeiloil on west.
K7in iievt In Klmnnan. Arizona.
one of tho lino largo lircproof stores
directly opposite mo uupoi 111 uie
Luthy Block. Best loeatiott 111 King
man. Apply to li. 11. WntKtns, King
Tlioso of our people who are too fas
tidious to smoke a nieklo cigar can
enjoy tho aroma of a 25-center by
dealing with Switzer boa, who nave
just received a full lino of the best
chrnrs In tho market. LIT tiicm ami
V. T,. firnv. Dnnutr United States
Marshal, was up from Prescott the fore
pai t of the week. Mr. G roy is a re
cently appointed deputy under Marshal
Paul, of Tucson, taking tho place of
Goorjro E. Brown, resigned. Mr. Grey
w.m surprised to see so many new and
substantial buildings going- up hi flag
staff, and predicts a brilliant future for
the skylight city.
Heretoforo it has boon Itho custom,
tuirfni't'i' nf :l number of tho business
men of Flagstaff to send away for their
printing. Tiiey are not now eompoiteti
to do so. The Coconino Sun office
li.iu tin. in n;t. rnniuleto lob office in the
territory, and the work turned out is
far superior to that itouo ny many city
iidirns. Don't send nwav for vour 10b
work", nut nave it uuuo at uuuie.
C. C. Callaway, James Donahue and
James Bowen, three cow boys, ono
day last week painted tho town of
Navojo springs 111 1110 reum-st kihu hi
red. They were allowed to depart
but were arrested tho noxt day and
taken to Holbrook, wliero they were
fined as follows: Callaway, wuj uon-
.l,im ..ml HnU'lllI. if 10 ei.ch. Thov
will probably uso 11 much lighter brand
of carmine in uoing meir panning in
Robert Crawford, a young? man em
ployed in tho Arizona Lumber Com
pany's mill, met with a serious acci
dont yesterday. Ho was running the
edging saw, and thoughtlessly put his
right foot under the saw to remove thd
sawdust, when His loot was catignt ny
tho saw, and the ball of tho foot, with
four of tho toes, was taken off. Dr.
Branuen dressed tho wound, and tho
....tt.mt ia nnu' irnltlnfT ahinff nS Well 3S
could be expected under tlio circum
Happy and content Is a home with " The Ro
chester; a Limp with the light of the morning.
CiwlPKWitfdW Redraft! UspGiNevYoik,
Our Citizens Will Do All in
Power to Havo It Hullt.
A mass meeting of tlio citizens of
Flairstaff and vicinity was held at
Hox worth's hall Tuesday evening for
tho purposo of devising ways and
moans for tho construction of a rail
road from Flagstaff to tho Grand Can
yon of tho Colorado. Dr. D. J. Brau
ncn was chosen as chairman of thu
mooting, with N. G. Layton acting as
Iu a very eloquent address Chairman
Bratiuen stated the objects for which
tho . meeting had been called, citing
tho many benefits to be derived in tlio
event of a railroad being built from
this place to the Grand Canyon, and
expros-ed tlio (inn belief that at no
very distant day ho will bo able to
boa'id the cars at Flagstaff and make
tho trip to tlio Canyon in a Pullman
eoacli instead of having to make the
journey by team as at present.
E. M. Doo was called to address the
assemblage, and stated the various
ways by which moral and financial
support can bo given the enterprise,
and thought it advisable to secure a
right of way through tho property of
different parties living along the lino
of tho proposed road. At the con
clusion of Mr. Doo's remarks a com
mittee of three, consisting of Messrs.
G. A. Bray, Georgo II. Cook and J. F.
Daggs was appointed to draft a set of
resolutions, showing the sentiment of
tlio people of the community toward
any individual or company that will
mild tlio proposed road.
The committee retired to prepare
their report, and 111 tho mearttimo the
meeting was addressed by a number of
citizens present. W. A. Switzer, who
lives on the lino ot tlio proposed road,
stated that ho would gladly give a
right of way through his premises, and
Uso aid tho cnterprkic by nnatieiai
support mid in any other manner 111
P. J. Branuen, John Marshall, 11.
D. Ro-s, S. S. Acker. J. E. Jones, D.
Babbitt, T. A. Riordan and others wore
called upon, eaeh of whom expressed
his willingness to give Ids moral and
financial support to the extent ot their
ability to aid in the construction of the
W. L. Van Horn made averypointcd
address, giving figures that surprise
oven some of our older residents.
Allowing the railroad to be SO miles in
length, ho took ten miles on each side
of it, giving five per cent to agricul
tural purpose), a.'.OOO acres, making
800 forty-acre farms, which at SO per
cent in wheat would bring in a 1 en
title of $300,000 annually; if these
farms would add only a quarter of a
million dollars to our a-esstnent roll,
it reduces taxes 35 cents on the hun
dred dollars, or raises us $7,000 more
revenue, nearly enough to lift our
heavy annual interest charge from our
shoulder. Say 40 per cent is timber
land, at the low estimate of 5,000 feet
to the acre, wo would have a billion
and a half feet, which, at 1.50 per
thousand stumpagc, would make two
and a quarter million dollars, and
would take a mill with a daily capacity
of a hundred thousand feet fifty years
to saw it. Allowing the remaining 00
per cent for grazing, we still havo
The Committee on Resolutions filed
their report with the secretary, and
the samo was read and unanimously
adopted. Following is tlio report:
Wheukas, we, the people 01 t lag-
staff, believe that the construction
of a railroad from t lagstatl to the
Grand Canyon of tho Colorado River
would greatly promote this future
growth and prosperity of our town and
IJk it iiesolved: 1. iiiat wo ex
tend to any individual or corporation
that shall undertake to construct such
railroad, our hearty support aud active
II. That wo pledge our sen-ices ami
our influence towards procuring the
right of way for such railroad by vol
untary donations of property holders.
III. That wo will lurtiier aid in mo
construction of such road, by a money
donation, and that we will contribute
for such purpose liberally in propor
tion to our means and property inter
A committee consisting of G. A.
Bray, T. A. Riordan and J. A. Vail
was appointed to prepare the heading
for a subscription list, and were in
structed to call a meeting of the peo
Bills have been introduced in the New York, Illinois
and Minnesota Legislatures compelling the manufacturer
of such baking powders to brand on the label in bold type,
this powder "Contains ammonia." Physicians and chem
ists condemn the use of ammonia in baking powders as a
crime. Its constant use no matter how small the quantity
deranges the stomach, neutralizing the gastric juice and
destroying the complexion. It is the small quantities taken
every meal that do the mischief.
It'is gratifying to know there are pure baking powders
to be had on the market and at no greater cost to the
consumer than some of these so-called "absolutely pure"
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder, the standard pure
cream of tartar powder for forty years. Free from the taint
of either ammonia or alum. None so pure None so whole
some. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder is re
ported by all authorities as free from Ammonia,
Alum, or any other adulterant. In fact, the
purity of this ideal powder has never been questioned,
ple when ready to make their report,
and to act as they deemed advisable
in tho premises.
A resolution of thanks was extended
to the Coconino Cornet Band for tho
uso of their hall and for furnishing a
number of musical selections before
tho meeting was called to order.
Tlio meeting adjourned subject to
tho call of tho Committee on Subscrip
tion. i i
.lolin Cuslclt MuUes u IJreuk
Liberty, but 1 UiiiucccHsrul.
Sunday evening considerable ex
citement was created by the announce
ment that John Cnslck, one of tho in
mates of tho County Jail, had escaped.
Sheriff Francis and Ids corps of depu
ties at oneo set about to recapture
Cusick, and telegrams were sent in all
directions warning officials to look out
for him. AJmut an hour after his es
cape, tlio wily John was found In the
front part of the jaib which is used as
an office, hiding under the counter.
Ho was returned to his quarters iu ono
of tho cells, the sheriff taking the pre
caution to double shackle and hand
cuff him. How Ousick made ids es
cape from the cell is a mystery. The
lock on the door had been broken, and
the bolts in tlio large Iron strap hinges
that hold the doors on both cells wero
removed. This work would havo been
impossible for any of the prisoners to
perforin, aud it is quite evident that
some of the inmates havo a confederate
mi thu outside. Cusick made boasts
that ho will not remain in jail long.
He savs that ho did not break the lock
on the cell door, and that the other
prisoners aro innocent of tho crime.
It is absolutely necessary that our
Supervisors make all haste with tho
new jail. The present affair is a very
poor excuse as a place of confinement
for criminals, as an escape can easily
bo affected at almost any time. Be
sides, tlio present quarters are entirely
inadequate for present uses the two
cells aro capable of holding two prison
ers each, and at present there are ten
inmates in the building.
Last Friday evening Mr. and Mrs.
John Vories gave a "Quotation" party,
at their residence oti Railroad avenue.
Tho evening was pleasantly passed
with vocal aud instrumental music.
Following was tlio musical programme:
Vocal solo .
. Mrs. 1'auclier.
. . Jll-s Coltniiin.
.Mrs. V W.Hisson.
Mrs. Geo. liaubltt.
Willi vlolm nnd nlano accompaniment
Following were tlio guests invited:
Dr. and Mrs. Coltnian, Rev. and .Mrs.
Norton, Dr. and Mrs. Cornish, Mr.
and Mis. Hoskin-, Mr. and Mrs. I).
Babbitt, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Babbitt,
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Babbitt, Mr. and
Mrs. Spolliiiire, Mr. and Mrs. Jacobs,
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Tappan. Mr. aud
Mrs. Jno. Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Learn
ing, Mr. aud Mrs. Norris, Mr. and
Mrs. Sis-on, Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Rior
dan, Mr. aud Mrs. Carroll, Mr aud
Mrs. Ellinwood, Mr. and Mrs. Esteb,
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Thomas, Mr. and
Mrs. Elliott, Mr. and Mrs. II. Ross,
Mr. and Mrs. Olnoy, Mr. and Mrs.
Piilliam, Mr. and Mrs. Dutton, Mr. aud
Mrs. West, Mr. and Mrs. Faneher,
Mr. and Mrs. Coalter, Mr. and Mrs.
A. T. Cornish, Mr. and Mrs. Robt.
Clark, Mrs. Elliott, Mrs. Wliceler,
Miss Thits, Miss Ross, Miss Coltnian,
Miss Scarbrough, Miss Freeman. Miss
Colton, Miss Dukes, Prof. Chafer, Prof.
Weems, Messrs. D. M. Riordan, Chas.
Howard, Holt, Hicks, Keller, Reed,
Averyt, Ed. Babbitt, J. B. Tappan II.
Fulton, Geo. Cook.
Dad Day for "Hobos."
Sunday niorniug James Ryan and
William Kehoe, two specimens of the
genius "hobo," went into Max Salz
man's store aud asked to be shown
somo pants. Whilo tho clerk, Tom
Ross, was waiting on them, ono of tho
couple very deliberately picked up a
couple of pair of pants and walked off
with them. Constable Spencer was
notified of tho transaction, aud soon
had the men in the toils. They were
taken before Justice Layton, who held
them ono to appear for hearing Mon
day afternoon. Both plead guilty to
the charge of vagrancy, and tho Jus
tice sentenced them to sixty days each
on the chain gang.
John McGregory, another of tins
Powder Must Go.
same gang, purloined somo bedding
from Charley Iiabcock and sold tho
same to C. II. Clark. For this trans
action McGregory was also given a
situation on tlio chain gang for sixty
days. , ,
lllK l'rlzcs for I.lvo stock.
Chief Buchanan of tho World's Col
umbiau Exposition Lie Stock Depart
ment has scut out about 3,000 copies of
tlio live stock premium list to tho vari
ous fair and breeders' associations of
tlio country, and is receiving responses
which show that the live stock exhibit
at tlio Exposition will be something
tremendous. Besides the largo prem
iums offered by tlio Exposition for a
live stock exhibit, all tho various
breeders' associations aro offering largo
prizes, notably for whorthoi ns, Here
fords and .Terse s. As an evidence of
the widespread Interest taken iu the
live stock show A. E. Mansell, of
Shropshire, England, offers a prize of
?500 for the best American bred Shrop
shire ram. The state of Illinois offers
$10,000 in premiums for live stock; the
Clydesdale horso breeders offer $5,000
extra prizes; tlio cattle associations
offer extra pri7.es as follows: Gallowav,
3,000; shorthorn, $0,000; Hereford,
5,000; Jersey, $10,000, and HoNtein,
$10,000. The swine, sheep and dog
ureeders also oiler extra money prizes.
The money prizes to be paid for live
stock will amount to $250,000 or moie.
which, of course, includes the sum of
$150,000 voted by the Exposition com
pany for premiums in that department.
Tlio Exposition buildings for the ac
commodation of live stock will cover
Acting Governor N. O. Muiphymade
the lollowmg appointments of delegates
a( large to the Trans-Mississippi
commercial congress which met in
Omaha on tho 10th instant:
Mark Egan, Clifton; R. II. Bur
meister and W. N. Kclley, Prescott;
II. E. Kemp and N. A. Morford, Phea
nix; W. C. Davis, Tucson; II. Lieber
man, Wilcox; D. M. Riordan, Flag
staff. Also Mr. W. J. Murphy, of Phoenix,
was appointed a member of the com
mittee on memorials to congress of tho
irrigation convention that met at Salt
Lake on September 15, in response to
a resolution asking the appointment of
a member from Arizona.
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