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MIZOM WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER
J. C Martin, Editor,
WED-iE3DAY APRIL 21, 1980
Our live stock
its "Hoof" under the acting governor's
left ear, while it gently pokes its "Horn"
into his side in the following manner:
"The lapse of time shows that there was
method in Governor Zulick's madness
when he launched his now famous pro-
nunciamento aeainst the stockmen of
.Southern Arizona who proposed to equip
at their own expense a band of rangers to
:.take the field in defense of settlers who
: were then being ruthlessly muidered by
Geronime's renegade band of cut-threat
Apaches. But recently appointed to fill
the Gubernatorial chair, C Meyer Zulkk
at that time strove by maligning thepeo-
. pie of Arizona to curry favor with the
Indian ring at Washington, to hasten
his confirmation, fearing that if long
delayed favorable action would never be
taken on his appointment by the senate.
Recent developments have proved the
correctness of his views in this respect at
least, and in the face of facts now be-
fore the senate there is but little doubt
but what his name will be rejected and
another and a better man appointed to
fill the high office which he has turned
into ridicule by his quixotism. The
influential source from which the charges
...against Zulick have been given to the
wod'Vis the New York Herald a journal
too prominent and reputable to let any
consideration, save the public welfare,
involve it in a discission with such a
character as our acting governor. The
charges which the Herald makes against
him are multitudinous, involving chica
nery winked at by the law, and chica
nery of a more questionable character.
Among the charges is alfrasanrr in
office of a description that even Arizona
can find no parallel for, together with
attempted ballot box stuffing to secure
his election as surrogate of Newark after
being overwhelmingly defeated at the
polls. A short review of this recruiting
colonel's (?) career as a mining manipula
tor of Sonorain mines is also given,
with an account of his ingenious methods
of "roping-in" friends to his profit and
their financial discomfiture. The
incenuitv displayed by him in this
resnect is remarkable, and were it com
bined with nerve it would have enabled
him to4iave earned fame and fortune
in any role in the bunko line, Yet this
is the man who represented the people
of Arizona and especially the stock
men as lawless and insurrectionary
when they dared to arm themselves
against the brutal savages who were
murdering and mutilating men and
.women and carrying destruction ana
desolation in their forays through the
country. Can it be possible that the
senate of the United States, that august
body around which clusters such glorious
memories and traditions of patriotism
and purity, will lend itself to keeping
such a creature in the high office that he
bow disgraces? Impossible!"
l--t LIKE StW -LBCE.
The recent death of Barney McAuley
the actor, removes a familiar figure from
theatrical circlei. It was to him that
Mary Anderson was indebted for her
first appearance on the stage as a pro
fessional and the incidents connected
therewith make a very pretty little story.
About ten years ago Barney was manag
ing a theatre in Louisville, Ky. At that
time Mary Anderson was suffering from
a severe case of stage-stroke, and bad
done something in amateur 'theatricals,
but she wanted to blossom out as a pro
fessional star. Impelled by this desire
,.she called upon Barney and told him that
she wanted to play "Tuliet." Barney
f looked at her and smiled. Like every
theatrical manager in every large city he
probably had a dozen such applications
a week, and resorted to all sorts of strat-
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last he told her that if she would go out
and sell every seat in the house for her
debut he would furnish the company and
bring her out. "IU do it," replied Mary
with an air of determination. "How long
viii you give me?" "Oh, you can take
a year, said Barney, glad to get rid of
her so easily. Mary went to work with
an eagerness bern of enthusiasm, She
made the acquaintance of Henry Wat
terson and other Louisville editors,
unfolded her plans, and, as a Kentucky
girl appealed to their vaunted chivalry.
They gave her a rattling introductory
notices, and then Mary went ahead ped
dliag tickets. She made a canvass of
nearly all Louisville, visiting stores,
offices and private residences, until she
had every seat in the house sold, save
those in the gallery. Barney McAuley
was dumfounded to find that the girl
had taken hsm at his word, but pleased
with her pluct and perseverance, he
kept his part of the contract, even going
so far as to cancel a contract with
another attraction and sending to New
York fcr a company to support Mary.
ilhatu Griffiths, at that time a very
popular young actor, played "Romeo" to
her "Juliet," and her first appearance
was a great success, considering her lack
of histrionic training. From that time
Mary Anderson has gone steadily onward
and upward, while Barney McAuley
well, last Monday morning poor Barney
died of delirium tremens in a New York
hospital. Griffiths, who plajed "Romeo"
bn the occasion of Mary Anderson's
debut, is now playing in dime museums.
They were both ahead of Mary ten years
ago. Now where are they? Ex.
The democratic nirrv has thmim I
its ad vant-ses and discarded its poUcy. I
- j 1
The president's course has rent, not
united, the party. The democratic party I
has not won the confidence ot the I
friends of sound finance or of civil ser-
ce reform. iiarpcrs weekly. I
umvm cbt wmm a-aa.
Up to the praoeat tkae tbewretcboi
attorney geaeral has had bo firmer
friend than the Atknta Coastitution.
That paper has defended Garland, and
denounced the Paa-Electric afak as "a
Now a changt haa come upoa the
"leading journal of the sooth." It says:
4Ve have been inclked to defend Mr.
Garland from the attacks that have bees
made on Km. fiat ho w not worthy of
defense." It also says "hk hide is
thicker than the hide of twenty,, rhinoc
eroses," aad that "Mr. Cleveland, if he
is wise will ask hw Attorney Geaeral to
step down and out."
The immediate caue of the Coostku
tioc abandoning Garland k hk being
" hand aad glove with the whisky ring,''
as shown by hk recent otrkioa, pormk-
tifig the retmportatk in bond of the
whisky exported to avoid paying taxes,
and the exemption front tut of the
whisky for a year. Garland's friends
are growing fewer aad fewer ctery week,
but this throwing him overboard by the
Constitution k most significant. There
is a very loud cry for Garlsad to get out
Had we occupied Governor Stone-
man's position we should have appoint
ed George Hearst Senator of the United
States. Had we been a democrat and
independent of party, we would have
appointed Joseph Nogc, Esq. Had we
been a republican governor, we would
have resigned anon a bargain with our
successor, the lieutenant governor, that
he should have appointed oursolf. For
practical sense and ability to represent
California intelligently in the senate
there are not over many democrats who
would be more serviceable in the
national councils than Mr. Hearst.
"The most dangerous savage foes we
have to tear," says Mr. Stanley, "are the
crocodile, hippopotamus and the buffalo.
We lost fire men during my last visit to
the Congo from these animals, three
were killed by crocodiles, one by a hip
popotamus, and one by a buffalo. There
are a large number of hippopotamus
along the Congo and its tributaries, and
thousands upon thousands of crocodies.
The latter are so silent and so swift. You
see a man bathing in the river," said
Mr. Stanley, with one of hk vivid
graphic touches; "be is standing near
the siore laughing at you, perhaps,
laughing in the keen enjoyment in hk
bath; suddenly he falls over and you see
him no more. A crocodile has approach
ed unseen, has struck him a blow with
its tail that knocks him over, and be is
instantly seized and carried of. Or it
may be that the man k swimming; he
s totally unconscious of danger; there is
nothing to stir a tremor ef apprehension
but there, in does water, under tae
shadow of that rock, or hidden beneath
the sbdter of the trees, yonder, is a huge
crocodile; it has spotted the swimmer,
and is watching the opportunity; the
swimmer approached; he k wkhia strik
ing distance; stealthily, silently, ua per
ceived, the creature makes for its prey;
the man knows nothing mere till he k
seized by the leg and dragged under, aad
he knows no mete. A bubble or two
indicates the place where he has gone
down, and that k all."
An eastern exchange tells of a remark
able funeral which took place a few days
ago, near Asuian, Mrnigan, Last
December, Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Moore,
a well known couple of tae neighbor
hood, celebrated their golden "wedding.
A few days ago, Mrs. Moore died, at
the age 071. Mr. Moore is an unbe-
hever and refused to procure the services
of a minister of the gospel. At the
funeral ceremonies at tbe hense the ven
erable husband read an extract from the
"Footprints of Life," by Philip Havy,
M. D., which he followed with a sketch
of the life of hk departed companion,
and then extended an invitation to any
one to make remarks from a secular
standpoint The eldest daughter reads
poem which she baa prepared tor tne
occasion in which, however, she acknowl
edged a Heavenly Father, "who folds
loved ones in his arms and quiets them
to rest." At the grave the husband sim
ply and tenderly bade nis wife farewell,
closing by saying, "We are of earth, and
must all return to the earth again.1' The
daughter standing by her father, recited
another verse, m which she frankly
acknowledged God and the spirit land.
Friends and neighbors in attendance
were nearly all believers but they spoke
of it as one of the most beautiful
funeral services they had ever witnessed.
Mrs. Jane Whitcomb was a society
woman in St. Paul, and the wife of O.
P. Whitcomb, auditor of the state of
Minnesota. Her maiden name was
Jennie Smith, and she was highly
accomplished, speaking accurately Ger
man, French aad Italian. Her husband
become disgusted at her conduct, and
last year secured a divorce, paying her
$4,900 to quit. Then he removed to
Denver. After trying to get him to take
her back and being unsuccessful, she
went Europe and made a living by act
ing as guide to wealthy Americans trav
eling on the continent She finally
brought up at Monte Carlo, where she
lost all of her money at the gaming table.
Then she tried to commit suicide by
taking morphine. She was pumped out.
Then she opened a vein in her arm, but
she was sewed up.
she was sewed up. Then she threw her-1
sell into the sea, but she was fished out
This diseusted the authorities and the
have locked her up in an insane asylum, I
where she now is. Evidently she had too 1
much society in her head and too little I
sense. Ex. loftaios. ti
The author of the "Clara lelleTetsers
in the Cincinnati Enquirer, about whose
identity so much speculation haa been
indulged in, died recently in New York.
The writer of them had the peculiar
faculty of hovering over what the world
calls "smut coming at times so very
dose to it as to make the hair of the
ruder stand on end, and then sailing
gracefully awy without committing her
self. By many it was thought that the
writer was a male, bat by bee death her
identity has been revealed to be Mrs.
Williman Thompson, a lady who had
lived in New York City all her life. The
other day while about to board a street
car she gave a faint scream and fell life
less into the arms of a police officer. She
was .carried to the office of the Fifth
Avenue hotel and when her hand-bag
was opened to find some due to her
identity, a lot of manuscript revealed the
fact that the dead woman was the noted
There k not so much rarity of Chris
tian charity in this "Wild West" as there
is in the boasted humanitarian States of
the East A tramp Was killed by the
cars at Gila Bend, last week, and the
generous people of that place gave him
such burial as they would have given one
of their own people. The ladies gath
ered wild roses and blossoms, wove them
into a garland and laid it upon the breast
of the dead stranger, and regular funeral
services were held at the grave. Had
this unknown tramp been killed in the
East, instead of here, hk remains would
have been placed in a rough box and
planted in the potters field with no one
present but the grave-diceer. The
people of the West, as a rule, are the most
charitable and generous people on the
face of the globe, vet they are looked upon
by a large class of hypocritical senti
mentalists of the East as raftaas and
A Tmainlufel mhn wantMl tn Air
,rh .n nnhWr i ,11 .hine, that
tmh;.l hA f,ith U. ,n n nfl
the usual methods of suicide. Torment -
ed by doubt he resolved to try several
mrthAH.allin . hnnrr, H ft t-o
usrihts in the wound, nailed a croae-
piece on them, passed a rope over it and
fastened one end of it to a log lying
between the uprights. He then swallow
ed twenty grains of morphine and ten
grains of strychnine, raked the log with
a lever to a hdght of six feet from the
ground, placed a plank where the log
would fall, put a rock on the plank,
placed his head on the rock, drew a
knife and cut the rope holding the log.
The log thus released came down on his
head and crushed it toajdly. The mor
phine and strychnine were consequently
The proposed visit of Jeff Davis to
Atlanta, Ga., on the unveiling of the
Hill statute recalls to the Atlanta Coa
stitution his first visit to Atlanta. It
was in 1854. He was then secretary of
war, traveling quietly with his private
secretary. Just before reaching Atlanta
an old man named Camp had his pockets
picked. On reaching the Trout house
he was asked to point out the man oa
whom his suspicions fell. Ho pointed
out Jeff Davis, and the officers started to
arrest him. He made himself known,
and the situation changed.
Sheep raising is a profitable business
in Arizona, and there are now over 1,000,-
000 head in the Territory confined
mainly to the northeastern part of Yava
pai and the northern part of Apache
counties. Sheep that sneer eight pounds
of wool per year are worth $3.50 per
head. Arizona wool in the eastern mar
kets, bring from 17 to az cents per pound.
The average yearly clip b from 7 to 10
pounds per bead, but there are some
mutton sheep that will shear is and dress
60 pounds. Many who started in tbe
business seven rears ago with a few hun
dred head, now count their locks by the
thousands. Arizona Outlook.
According the latest advices Chicago
will, at the opening of navigation, send
one of the largest grain fleets to the lower
lakes that ever sailed from any port in
the world. To-day there are 4,811,000
bushels of grain aloat in the river, and
by the time the straits are open this
amount trill be swelled to nearly 6,000,-
000. mis wuiwiii oe almost aouDie
the amount that left at the opening of
navigation last year.
The pay rolls of the Cemstock mines
at Virginia City, Nevada, for the month
of March foot up $160,963, which isabout
$30,000 greater than was paid out in
February. This doss net look as if
there was any truth in the story that
these great mines, as well aa Virginia
City, which was made by them, were I
played out A corporation that paysou I
wages to employes at the rate of $3,000,-
ooo yearly is not a
bad one to have
A Hart county, Ga., farmer made over
UurtyDusnels ot arucnok.es oa one-
twentieth of an acre of ground last year.
This would be 600 bushels per acre.
Thk farmer banks them as he does
potatoes, and says they make excellent
food for both hogs and cows . His cow,
fed on artichokes, gives four gallons cf
milk per day. An acre planted in arti
chokes, yielding 600 bushels, if sold at
ten cents per bushel, weuld bring $60.
Governor Lee, of Virginia has issued
a proclamation in accordance with tbe
request contained in the ioint resolutions
adopted at the last session of the general
assembly, declaring against any settle-1
ment ot the state debt except under the
terms of he Riddleberger bill of 1M3,
aad asking citizens not to harrass the I
state ay presenting coupons in payment j
Scientific men have been perplexed
for many yean over the phenomenon of
a certain well at Yakutsk, Siberia. A
Russian merchant in 1839 began to dig
the well, but he gave up the task three
years later, when be had dug down thirty
feet and was still in solidly frosen soil.
Then the Russian Academy ot Sciences
dug away at the well for months, but
stopped when it had reached a depth of
382 feet, when the ground was still
frosen as hard as a rock. In 1841 the
academy had the temperature of the ex
cavation carefully taken at various depths,
and from these data it was estimated that
the ground was frosen to a depth of 51a
feet Although the pole of the greatest
cold is in the province of Yakutsk, not
even the terrible severity of the Siberian
winter could freese the ground to a
depth of 500 feet Geologists have de
cided that the frozen valley of the lower
Lena k a formation of the glacial period.
They believe, ia short, that it frose sol
idly then, and hat never since bad a
chance to thaw out.
He said: "Gentlemen of the jury,
charging a jury k a new business to sae,
as thk k my first case. You have heard
all the evidence, as well as myself; you
have also beard what the learned cousad
have said. If you believe what the coun
sd for the pkuariffhas told you, your
verdict will be for the plaintiff; but if oa
the other hand, you believe what the
defendant's counsel has told you, then
you will have a verdict for the defen
dant. But if you are like me, aad don't
believe what either of them have said,
then 111 be if I know what you will do.
Constable, take charge of the jury.
Medical and Surgical Reporter.
I ncwmwHWCU 10 puuuaa uow
aw a t t s I
jtionable poetry for twenty cents a line.
Ane lune nas a very utkc orcuieuou
1 Md P" dcs5rin 10 lhc
WU1 1X1X1 "uo "T3"
B Z . -M L.tu - tbK
I u ulc .BC y.. too uu
lvPT " ouiuun- wukbuw
I 11 ai 1 a. aTal.
at the rate announced above. If you
send ten lines let it be accompanied by
$2, if twenty lines, $4, etc Spring
poetry five cents per line extra. No
cordwood taken on poetry. Wisconsin
After reading an interview with Jack
Crawford, the alleged poet and scout,
published in the Washington Hatchet,
we are firmly convinced that the presi
dent made a mistake in sending General
Miles to this Territory. He ought to
have placed Jack ia command of tbe
department. He talks as glibly about
how to capture the Apaches aa do some
of our Arizona editors. If Geronimo
could be induced to read some of Jack
Crawford's poetry he would be willing to
surrender if he knew be were to bo
hanged the next minute.
The Phenix Herald complains
a number ot papers have published an
item to the effect that the property of
the territorial fair association had recent
ly been sold at sheriff's sale, and attrib
utes it to jealousy. The item in question
was copied by this paper from the Phe
nix Gazette and if any injustice has been
done it originated there.
Great sympathy is iclt for Mrs. Man
ning, who is devotedly attached to her
husband. She came to Washington a
happy bride and romancers said that she
had loved him from her childhood. He
married before she left school, but sae
never cared for any other and was still
unmarried when he became a- widower.
A Georgia tax collector deposited I
$3,500 in his house one evening re
cently and told his wife that be was
going on business to an adjoining county.
About midnight he returned home for
the purpose of stealing the money and
was shot dead by his wiefs cousin who
had called and was spending tho night
The Albuquerque Journal wants
Arizona to join in and help make their
fair a success. The northern pomea of
the territory has contributed very largely
to the success of that enterprise in prev
ous years, and will, no doubt, help them
out again this year.
A medical student at New Orleans
committed suicide a few
because be tailed to pass an examina
I tion. He was formerly a drug clerk and
took six different kinds of deadly poisons.
The doctors are now trying to
which one killed him.
There is a great demand among Coa-
gressmen for copies of the speech which
Senator Ingalls detivered last weak on
the Edmunds resolution, and several
hundred thousand have already been
subscribed for by Senators and Kepresea-
tatives tor general circulation.
The Star thought the hostile Apaches
when captured, ought to be tuned over
ta the civil authorities. Since a demo
cratic government has sent them to
Florida. If Cleveland had penskeed
Chihuahua and his friends, tbe Star
would doubtless have approved of the
Beriah Brown a California journalist
who dates away back aspires to be gov
ernor ef Washington territory. Beriah
was a victim of mob violence iaSaj
Francisco in 1861 on account of his
radical secession aroclivities.
The towns of St Cloud and Sank
, ... . .
apas m .ainnesota were Oscoyeda few
"J" mtx f cyaooe ana nearly 000
DemocraU speak of Alenzo laHev. of
Globe, as tho
ioff s-an fcvddooojc
WWHRS SAFE CURE
OIMKO AMD WHY.
CMBTMof TO OniiCOIIL
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graiao Mentis eeeb day aa SJm remit ef
anolir peek-a. ud eefcefcat, if ntiiail
aa d as of Bears Dmrnm. - '
AMolaxy, Faielreia, Isea-T. aa4 Daatk.
A.MM i re
retieres the iSdatyet
Ms them from all irti.
teem to healthy aetiea fcr its
IT CURES ALSO Jaeie.
liHH 1 tat the liver, , tanas, aa Catonh
ef tea nua imam, miinemm
WHYT -Uoaaae it !
and positive) aocion
a watt aa am the fadaeya, taeraaae the
aei ew ef hay, regain ita alae
taai Ilea, lO-iiiaaEial-Mal-a-e
a, in aweri,reetoreeUto aetata!
WMhMrt whiah health ia am
a, Fuafal UiaU aiaia.
aefe, Taata Caa-nlaisao
'ever, aad aide aetare hr
1 "ini"" ?'?!
T All then treehlea, aa ia wal
evenr anveiaaa ef
an sae .sweats treat waieh weasem eaJer,
aedaemtaa eataly feBew as ahtdeathe
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esget ay theeaaoae ef oar heat mai
tehe sit easy trm Kate eerie-, k
mtho) nodjr. n pmmmmd out, on
tna aaawaiy, irtaey are Oeraaeea, thai
an takea aahrthe Uood. deooaaneii
and earraov eeatlte them
WHY aeroeatof all
oweet aaejaaitr, anaa ereaa aatpaired kid.
aera, ia ahewa hy ewdical aethontMe. War
aero Safe Cere, by ha ewraat eenea, aeaV
tiTaryiialiai them to health aad raj sWfc.
Waraara Bala Can a pensive areveaaive
X takea iatiaw.
Aayoe vame health, take it tonwevld
rtcfcn . ee it wiU at aOthaeaS
nader aU areaaaataaeaa here aQ the vital
fiiartioai opto par.
We ales CUaVantM SI Cum aaa
enact far each of thifemdii lii
eases, ajaotaat every ceaeof LrveraadXia.
r " 1 r Jhiri iliiia latiiai
it haa laaitliihul iai olaiaL "
alee that every oaae of liver aadKiaV
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wtkaJarlym teeeenaf, H ia aaea2e
far yea eaaasf ktm par tU whenthe kiaV
Beys or liver are oat of order.
Look to your condition at
OnOO). -Be aaf ib?jmih trmhmtu for a
ewyaeraBfcoer. Tho doOtOTf Cn-
utve you tell taoioaaa eeantataSMaa treat.
stoat with Waraare Sale Care, aad there
yean ef life
(taWS, tottS III ClMMtS.
Martin Irons is 64 years old.
Colorado has 67 dividend paying
The boycott does not fsoriah in this
Senator Logan favors open sessions of j
tbe senate ta consider and discuss nom
inations. The latest cabinet rumor is that Man
ning will resign and will receive the
appointment of minister to Austria.
Professor Douglas, the well-known
authority on copper, is in Butte City.
Two ex-Governors of Arizona
McCormick and Freemont, are each writ
ing a book.
The largest silver producer in 1885
was the Ontario in Utah, which yielded
$,,313,387, of which the shareholders I
The editor of the Desert News of Salt I
Lake City, is in jail on the charge of hav-1
ing four wives, and aowa San Francisco
paper offers to pay his fine if he will tell
the profession how he could support lour
wives on one paper.
From a recent investigation by tbe
court it is announc-d that the estate of
the bite Hon. Thaddeus Stevens will not
realize enough to pay the numerous
Andrew Carnegie says: "I would lay
it down as a maxim that there is no
excuse for a strike or a lockout until
abitration of difference has been offered
by one party and refused by the other.
sas. has recently been convicted 0f I
A-4. r AM DUJUCUI U4U1UCU,
horse-thieving, and it is now discovered I
that he has eleven living wives. Bigamy
appears to have been his chief spe
Senator Conger enjoys the distinction
of being the only Congressman in either
house who habitaally wears a "swallow-1
tail" coat on all occasions, and in man
ners he is one of the most democratic
men ra Congress.
The New York Journal in an article
"No Time to Marry," conclusively sets
forth that there are actually over a hun
dred thousand young men and maidens in
the city of New York alone who have no
time to marry.
The I.out?ana sugar-planters are on
tbe war-pats, and free trade Democrats,
in and out of congress, are given fair
notice that the democrat party have either
to drop free trade or lose Lousisna from
the democratic column in 1888.
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Smoked Eels at
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cttap at T. L. Fi'Dtr.
Carpets' aa'. Oil Cloth, t ccukt per
yard aad upwards, at J. L. Fkaeia.
Freeh Batter aad Eggs frtm the
ranch jeer reserved at J. L -Fiaber'a.
Freeh Smoked Shad aad Serriaf at
Rubber Boots and arctics ia great
variety at J. L. FitberV.
H&axiog lamp and chaadeUers beat
isti cbfret at J. L. Fnher'a.
Six room boote to let
AP'J 10 afa-1
We wiU faraish the Wxxaxv JomAb
''mxsraad the Weekly Sao Fraadsco Call
or 6.50 a'jear.
Keatacky soar msb wbukey, doable
tacdard goods, aad gesoiae Tenacasee
vaite rye at the Cob Web.
Local IaTZLuexscx Fresh Oysters,
rast Kceived a aew lot at Baamaaa Cu3
eotHMMry store Cortes street. tt
riyeaeaUi Stack Staare
For aale by J. D. Cook, Pretcott, Aris
t 2.59 per setiiojr. These eggs are from
eifciaal stock, from tbe celebrated William
lie raacb, of Lot Angeles, Cal. tf
For ten or twelve years I have been
merely amietod with catarrh. Never
uefore fouad taeh decided relief as fro
"Jy'a Cream bales. I coatider myself cared.
J. W. BcrnssTox, hfrchaaioeville; 5(.
. (Pries 50 coats,)
Bbottbaadia taaght eatirely by mail,
tith better resalts ia aay gives time, than
J oral mettioas. Bead tea one cent
tamps for "Declaiatioacf Isdepeadeocc
Ruth B. Clixxx,
'87 Gormaatown Arc, PbiladelBBia, Pa.
"Oar Cbkfuia," only 5 ceats, aad aa
rood aa aay 10 ceat cigar ia the tows, at
! itkea't Cigar Store. tf
la one week Jftj'a Cream Balm opeaed
passage ia one nostril, throuh which
st sot breathed in three years, sobined an
-ammuioa ia m bead aad threat, tbe
iSiX ot catarrh Colonel O. M. Xeiilky,
Jawego, H. I. (See adv.)
Desires a. situation in reatanraator private
family. Refers to Mr, Wells Bates, ot tbe
Marco sain?, Antelope creek, Aria- sad to
the Clift Hooar, Maaito Col. Apply to
tf 8. a. U anot.
A woman who uaderstaada the hasinrsf,
ad is willing to work cheap, detirea to take
a washing. Apply to Hx. BxaaT, last
uoase ea north end of Moattzama at. tf
Bonse ot aevea rooms to let Centrally
cated . Apply at L. Bub ford Ca'a. tf
Race. Race. Race.
Get There if You Can.
Tfct Sprtiig Emt if tin Snsh
HALLIGAN Of Priscm
1X1311 100 on Sunday
next at the Race Track
Ior coin wvern
ment castings,and don't forget it.
Besides which there will be
I 100 Yiri Rice Free fn ill-
and a purse of $50 to
the winner, barrinsr Hallicran
and TJpperman, and also a
SaMli fose if $50 Km ft ill.
lPools sold at the Palace
saloon on Saturday night and on
the track, bunday.
J. L. FISHER, PoolseUer.
T ism a. ww wW for a aken ttmt fr uwmt
Vttiuantmbuatvaxr 1 1 aim a llelMli
neeaeweeey avte. posut ud -f.'-t.r r
- ou7, WMDMI. Tuieonte. 1m f
Vljor. KfcwBUlia. ,,0. asei ftmrd peld tf my
B mfKM,' do, not 1 . 4.1
aSXT AOKXCT. PjO. Bex IX BrootlT. Xw T.
OLIVER ft GO.
Ash Fork 1 T.,
Capitil Frizi, S75.000.
TteawteoaOyaa. tthereo 1st
State Lottery Company
We da herebv certify that we' aaaervu?
eeiraaeiai-Bli roc ell tae
kuu T .innr ouuur. aad la aeraoa maa-
acead eoatrol tfc Dm ln ia ra Itm
tbat tke aaate ere eor lneud with boeer
tv.ralfarea.ead I a tobd ( 1th towardall par.
Uea. and we eBiaortae 1- e
CoaiDMBT la nse
t&U eerUSeate, with I--imilM or oat eigne.
We tbe undentgned Benka aad banker
will pay all Frista drawn la The Loulil&ai
State Lotteriea ehlch Buy be preteatedat
our cobs tera.
Pres. Louisiana National Bank.
s, w. nuisauinm.
Pres. State National Bank.
Pres. New Orleans National Bank
Ioroi poratrd la UOt fer SS ere by the
IM :taiatnre for cdBeaUoBel ana OharlUbl
partoeae with acapliel oral JB&JM o which
arreerve rand orovrrMSSMn baa elaeebee
Bv aaoverwhelmlpe DODalarvote Ita rraa
ebiea wae aaede a cart ot the areaent Suu
Couatltatloa ed.pted Deeaabtr Id, A. IX UTS.
Tbe only lot'ry ever voted oa aad endori.
ee 07 me pcopir aiesj euue.
IT.s'BVEK HCALKJI OR FOSTFOXE!).
Ita rad SMamte ltntr Orae
aaeaiaJir. a tae Stxtv
Olaerjr ajrawlace rraraiarly evrrjr three
Hiw ieewe mi Beau.ABjaBuijr
nerctafer. krrtaalaa" Starr B. lassa.
a ewiJCn)ie rsNestTtiwaiY 1
aTin arearrac rtirrm uranb
DrawtDc.Claaa St, in UseAcademr or Xuile.
awunnu, l MNir. BKABT IIU II
tana Moamir jmwinc.
CAPITU PRIZE V5.000.
BBB.eaw xieaeta as nve saellers
reatteao. ta rtftawa to FmarlHa.
1 CAPITAL TK1ZX .
1 do do
1 do iio
S r&IZKS OF 9ooo
S do Souo
ie do 1000
SO de Soo
IIO dO 2M
an do 100
&U9 do So
MM eo 26-
S AperozlraaUoo Priaea or S7.W ,, f (.TS0
a ho ao aau ,,
9 do do 30 2J60
1S87 Prlsea.amuaaU-c to , , V
Applleatloa for ntae to elube iboold b
nuvae 0111710 tae omem or tae xmpnj in
acw unm am.
Tar fnrUlcr Inform -tin n wr rIHT. mir
lac roll addreu. I-O-TAL SOTKt, lxprex
Moaejr Ordeia or New York Kzeaanxe Is
ordltuuT letter. Cnj rt-ner by Ejpru tall
ami ot IS aad opwexdi at oar expata)
m. a. annua.
New Orltaai, LA.
m awKiss iiipsiwTfi uncrs
nw "" a ATiawat. m.t is
ew rtcaaa. I
TOM AND J. T.
Next Door to J. W. Wilson's.
Will Open on the 20th Inst
Will Keep the Tables Well Sup
ALL THE DELICACIES
The Market Affords.
GAME IN SEASON.
Boar-, per week.. ....7.00
Ooen Day and Night.
: At Ifct OM Ststw.
'Jarry a full Stock of all Kinds
of Bbtclou-ith and Wagon
Material, and are pre
pared to do all
Oa Skovfe NA-ua.
Agents for theOsborne
Adams' Self Regulating
Manufacturer of all Kinds of Strictly Pure Plain
Ice Creams and Water Ices.
FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED.
CM Strut, East SMc of Pliza, Prtsettt. Arinu-
Remember, that this is absolutely the- only place ia-ej
ott where freeh, pureeaBdiee are for sale.
The entire fixtures flcly
RC., ETC., ETC
An LENj Prop.
AssiyKii. Minllirgical Ghim's
ORE AND BULLION
Analyses of Minerals, Furnace
CHARGES FOR ASSAYING ORES.
For SUver, Alone $1 50
" SUver and Gold. 2 CO
Lead-. I Co
Copper .1 Co
Iron .4 00
TE3TS MADE tQrj.UTTlVE. OR QCAX
1'ITATrVE, For Zinc, Tin, Areeuic,
Or any other metal, at rates as LOW as
consisistent with careful work.
Mrs. James Roach
has bought out the
aa4 vill keep tba tobies supplied w ita
ALL THE DELICACIES
that the market affords.
GIVEN TO ALL
all Kiife f Gimt li Smsm.
Board par ode . ,
Not. i. Pt-moU
The undersigned has opened a
white laundry on Granite
Street, near the corner
Unstarched clothes, per doz .
Starched ,r " " .
The patronage of the public ia
respectfully solicited and if suffi
cient is given to warrant it, will
shortly start a steam laundry. ,
X. P. BOWXX.
JOM RWU, ftejrietK.
By lh.9 hogshead, barrel, keg
ask or bottle.
At the old stand on Montezuma
CALL AND SEE ME.
Wmf iiwfm m. Cigirs if tit '
ALWAYS ON HAND.
This Lodging House has large, fine, nice .
and clean rooms and beds for rent
by day week or month,
HATZ k TOURNOT
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