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ELAGSTAirr, AltTZOSTA, THURSDAY, DECEMjmt 17, ISO!.
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I,. VAX 1IOI5X. ATTOHXT.V AT
, law, I'lngklatT, Arizona.
STKWAKT & DOE. ATTOUXEWS AT
Law. Olllco two doors west of tuo Hank
hotel, l'lncstair, Arlronn.
J 7 M.ssAxroup, ATToisxr.y at law.
2t. l'rescott. Arizona. Will puictleo In all
iccourtuof the, Territory.
Po. tonxisn. riiYsiciAX and buu
, fccon. flagstaff, Arizona. Will answer
culls uu llicAtlamlc & I'ucltlo Uallrocd.
7 " itnTM. m a ksTi a ll "bnxTiKT. or-
JL llc In there-unit Dr. Urnnncn's Unlit
Fiore-. Tieth extracted without pain,
DILI). J. UltAXXEX. HIVSICIAX AND
Surgeon. 1'lastalT, Ailiouit. Will ro
Htmml iiminutlv to nil frills from nnv nolut
tin tlio Atlnntlc& I'acltle I.'iillroud. Oiltco I
una drug stole opposite tlio depot.
SIX'HKT SOC'lTlKf .
T O. (). K.-FLAOSTAF1' LODOK. NO. 11.
X. jueutuTi"Mr-Wi"lnirtlaji.iiiml:ijfhi Odel
Fellows' Hall. Visltln brethren coidlnllyl
dlnlly United. N.ti. Latton. X. (J.
Wr. Moo.nkv. Secretary.
T?I.AOSTAKK LODUK, XO. 7. V.& A. M.-
1 Keifiilar meetings on fourth Monday
liights ccry ralenriar mouth. Called niect
Iiiks ex cry other Monday night for vvoik,
Hy order, David V, Ham, Master.
T. E. Pui.mam, Acting tkcrctary.
C "ouitr cocoxixo.xo. kh, ixdevkxik
enl Older IVircsloni. lu-lis rejrult.r ;n ut
Instn Muscnli HaH. 1 'i-gotrC, ua th' Uiit
u:nl third Thursday o( tech mouth. UltliiK
brothers and all nie:ul)erii In good standing
nru eortiinuy invitiu to nttenti.
W. Ii. Van Hoh.v, C. It.
J. W. I'iiai. !!. S.
T O. O.T. I'LAGSTAIT I.ODUK, XO. J,
I . iihvIm Hut unlay exenliiKot oncli week at
MaMtule Hall. All Good Templars Incixxl
btundlug conllally welcoiiie.
W. L. Yak Hoiin, V. T.
W. II. XoiiUAJf. K. S.
EIKST M. E. CIIU1ICII. COltXElt OF
Cliun'li and I.nivuv Mrvvts. N.d". .Norton
tor. l'reaehln ut 11 n. in. and "::) p. in.
Sunday's: Sunday sehoal ut 1U a. niJ.ll.
llusklns Jr.. Superintendent. Clas meetlnjts
at lj',1.1 p. in. Epworth I-rnsuo U:UM p. in.
l'rnjer meeting Thursday evening ut ":'M.
Jat'TIIRIE SAVAGE. I'XITEH STATES
. Coiiimlvslonernftho DNtrlet Court In the
Fourth Judicial DUtilctof tho Territory
of Arizona. District Court Conuullnnor In
mid for the Counts of Ck'oiiIiio, In said Ter
ritory, and I'. S. Pension Notary. Admitted
to pluctlco befoie the various bureaus of the
department. ORIco two doors north of the
T? LAUSTAFK M1I11AKY AXD KEADIXO
1 llooin Association. Iteadlint room open
u.illy fromtln. in. to 1U p. in,; Sundays, - to
IU p. in. Cordial welcome til all visitors.
A. P. Uiuson. Librarian.
NOTICES l'OH 1-l'HLICATIOX.
Land Orncn at Piiijjcott. Ami, I
Xotlro Is herehy clven that the followlns
named settler has tiled notice of Ids Intention
to make tlnnl proof In supixirt of his claim,
and that said prcof will bv made U
JorJ tu uivru oi tlio iiiricc i ojirt.
lioiiii'htl Mil aV"
HlU'ittlOtl .M( isn.ij ri je.lJt r 4,'1' " '
.fSWUofSec.2TP -Jll.i:, llouiimes
the following witnesses to proo Ids coutlu.
UOiHresHleticouMi, and eulthotlon (if said
llliu). viz; Juiucs A. Jliiwluill. Ileiuy t,'
Lnekett, Jusriili II. IxJCkett.Tlnu, I. Mo.MilUli
StfW.""11- . u. ...... I,.l.,n.
J.AP Ol riCB AT I'llKSCllTT. Atita., I
Xoveinber l'J. lrsll. (
Xotlco U hereby plven thut Hie fulluwini;.
naiiK d et tier has lilt d notice of his Intention
to make tlnnl proof In support of his claim,
mid that said proof will Ihi inndo lieforo tho
Clerk of tho District Court at I'lUKstnlT. Ariz,
on Saturday. January 2. IsVi viz: James 11.
Thomas, Declaratory Statement Xo .TJ. for
t ho S K l. of S W of See, li ti p ll X. It 7 E,
Ho names tho following witnesses to proo
hlscuntlnuous residence iiimiii, mid cultiva
tion or. Mitel innu.viz: 1111211 1.. 1 -amnuvii.
Tl . i. P. McMillan, Dan l. rmi.elft. AlOjadji,
LAND OmCE AT 1'ltKSCOTT. AltlZ., I
Xutl'llllKT 'Jl, 1TII. I
Xotlco Is hereby ah en that ll.o follow Ins
nanicd settler has tiled notice of his Intention
to make tlnnl proof In support of his claim,
nud tli.it said pioof will Ik; litady bo
foro J. (5uthrIeSaage. It. S. Court Commis
sioner ut FlnsstaO. Arizona, on Saturday,
January 2. Is9i. viz: Thomas I". Iloldcn. Do
.1 irutnjv'it.lteuieut ,'(i..2'jVor'!io i ai
K Vr'r, (ifltV.il. Hvi:rV. fl rtf. Ho tiamei
tliofulIunliiKWltiieiHi'sto proe his contin
uous residence upon. :unl culthnthm cf suld
loud, viz: Charles A. llu.-li, Julliw Aulitni-iiu.
(leorpe W. lllnkly. William P. Gulnes, all of
FluKstaff. Arizona. J. C. Maiitin.
Nov. 24-Ct. ItcRlstcr.
Atlantic & Paelfie R. B
TIME TABLE NUMBER 32,
WKDNESUAY, NOV. Iri, 1801.
y1. I'M I
8a. Ui.. i
Lv cfUCAGO Ar
1U . u
(1 (II p! t) 15 p
H II H
1 10 p
20a 3 45a
lir Dijrstnw lv
20 pll Wp
Ittp ff 15 P
ao pi ut p
Mn 2 40p
Mil 1 J0p
.V. n X A0 u
27u 0 20n
4 45 p
U 1.1 p
4 49 II
i a) i
ut MOJUirO ivii;
Ar Los Anseies Lvj
Ar S.iii Diego Lv
13 IS pi
fe'j'li'nc.lohpott and Arizona
Railway for Fort Whipple mid PreHcott.
llnrntil'M CnllfomkiNiiitlicrii Itallwuy for
lis AiiKelm, San I)lco und other Southern
mojiivo soutnern racnio lor ,-an rmii-
clwo. Sacramento and
t! i I
mm LMAX l'ALAOK SLICEI'IXO CA"HS'.
"llii Vhttrtre Is'iiVitdb IJy'HtWilfni yty. "1(,",,
;Hlfi0rB(UI,n,5,iiii'HAiiaVP,fl I"" x-"'
?!f eirnnd Canon of tlio Colorado, liltlicito
lnarcessable to tourist can bo reaelnsl by
tuklni this lino la Peach Hprliurs,niid u
vtaxo rldo f rom tlieneo of but twcnty-thieo
inlliit. This Canyon Is tho irrnndeil "nd most
Wonderful or littiuro worK.
T.ll.OAHKu'o?n6ral Hopcdntendeiit, Al
Ijiniueniuo. X. M.", ..'..,,'
F. T. llKiiuv, OenVrul AR,'nt, Albuquerquo.
W. A. Iii58-r.tt Ovneinl Pastcnjcr Asent,
Albuurrjuo, :, Mi
ai Miiissimi. '4iiio. i.
Stop at naKMUiI un-j 1111 iiieer. ov run
t;j ti.ru ,y In tho )n , k.. Itjee.it plr.o juioJ
3kNii rniic,i 1!.1 dfi ffi flUR J W
I'Vttiitftll IVtift'.ViiU plW U,le
The OldeU Ilsk in Northern ArUon.
Interest Paid ou Time Deposits,
Collections a Specially.
Krfcrrncts-W. U. Strong, l'rctiufnt A.T. A
B. F. Kallroad roroptmy; KlllJ Wijinw right,
Managing Director Arizona futtlo Comrjiny,
M. Looia, Mo.i llank of lallfornla, Ban Iran.
Your Banking Business Solicited,
J. 11. 1I03K1NS, Jr., CWr.
AH the Fashionable anil Latest Style
MADE TO ORDER.
ftGOOD FIT GUARANTEED.
FINE ASSORTMENT OF
riYtEDS AND CORES! REWS.
A SLFCT LINE OF
LingfQ & Wilitlook,
Haing leasuil l!io Wilcox shop, on
Humjiliruy street, lictwecn Railroad
cnuo and Cliurcli street, wo in tit
tlioso in need ol work in our lino t
givo us a tri.tl.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
Kvi-rj thing usually kt n n flW
b.ikoiT, enn be h(.
Bd-9r'rs 'f!1 f lo HnwKs Hwu'a
will bo pronitIy filled.
J. F. HAWKS, PROP '.
J, I. HOSKINS, Jr
:. ,y? ," yi .;r
Riep,ru.seitjpg ip r'pst L.ine oJ(
Reliable Fire Insurance Co's.
IN KORTUEItX AlilZOXA.
PKOPERTY lXSUUED AT LOWEST IiATES.
FOR SAI.B-2JO SPANISINMERIXu
bucks, by McMillan & Goodwin. Flog
WfT, Aftjq-.ia. :ep 12 If,
DMIVEfiSITY OF ARIZONA SUS.
sion begins September 30. -Tuillon
free. Agricultural college school of mines
and preparatory course. For catalogue ad
dress Secretary of University Faculty, Tuc
son, A. 'I s scp 1 2 -3m
DY PORCH A81NQ
1 r I Hi. V
cinefct Quality "aucbBroodingi
urn u t n n S- --
y.yj." ii . i..yiJLJcCi 1 m m m m mv
To Wool Growers
IK YOU WANT
To keep your fclieep healthy, and Insuto n
pood clip, iiso
Hayward's Sheep Dips.
a sunt: cuitu t mo Tckath cost,
Mixes with either Cold or Wnnn Water.
Haywaid's Liquid Dip
la Xon-Polsonnus, lniprocs tlio Wool
and does not stain It,
CHRISTY & WISE,
wool commission merchants
Firth nnil Totvuitenil hU..S;iii rraiielc, fa I
LIVERY, FEED HND SHLE
Best of Driving and Saddle
Horses for Mire.
A. O. MORSE,
E. WHIPPLE iSt CO..
COFFINS AND GASKETS.
O EMBALMING & WMUl
Ec5 Mail or telegraphic orders jiroiubtly
atlcnilcd lo at Mliifactory rates.
T. E. PULLIAM,
Fruits and Vegetables
$ea, Gppoe and Spices-
Bost Goods and Lowest
Goods (lelh ered to tiny part of the
CLEAR HAVANA CIGAR,
EL RiTO' Ull 'FAGTOM,
NE1. YORK. N. Y.
KSTSold only by A. P. Gitisox and
Svvitzkii ik Sox, Flagstaff, Ariz.
MlK l I H'
I ,W.sww.m' 'i T ' '.J '" !1V
GrooKery am Glassware
jerClothing Made to Order.-a
Has opened a new
East d Babbitt' Slorc, '
is.t r i '), ".
All kinds of general b'ack
amithing promptly and satinfac
I flfliUp BllOKIKfl A WVBCIAI.TV.
' iIio JTtgoi Shop'in course tion
is in charge of II, Van Nokmak,
! VIpVPB-------HH---H H
Senator Stewart Offers the Old
Bill With Amendments,
Tlio NlcnrnKUn Cnniil Kit t'ni'son,
Junior, C'oiniiiltsa Double Mur
der una JlultcH Ills 1 '.stupe.
Washington, December 11. Sena
tor Stewait put in bis bill for the free
coinage of siher today, ami it proved
a very lnief, but rerytpointed, docu
ment. It provides lltat tlio unit of
value in the United Stated shall be $1,
ami tho hamo may be coined of 412
grains of standard silver or -0.8 grains
of standard gold, nud these coins shall
bolegal tender for all public and pri
vate debts. Any owner of silver or
gold bullion may deposit1 It in any
mint where it will bo formed into
standard dollers or gold coins free of
charge; but it shall be lawful to refuse
any deposits of less valuo fiau 100, or
an bullion !"j baiC a to '-i titisuitulib
for tha purpose of the mint.
Section ',) of tho act of 1878 to nti
thorie the coinage of a standard .silver
dollar is made applieablo to coinage
under this act. This relates to the
lusues of certllicatcs, nud Senator
Stuwiitt'rt bill iirovide.s that the certi
fteatcs shall be of deuomiuatiotis of not
le.ss than 61 nor more than $10,000,
redeemable in standard eoitu
Owners of bullion Jciiiltcil for eoiu.
ugeshnll have the option to receive tint
coin or Its equivalent in certificates,
and such bullion shall be Mibseipiviitly
coined. The bill was not referred to rv
committee, as Is usual, but was laid on
the table, so Senator Stewart can call
It up at an time.
A CHILD'S XAHHOW IX.'AI'i:,
Was Aluiont Dovoured ,y n Hon
D.iM'iLLi: (I111I.) December 'J.
John Craig, v. ho is l-'orepaugh's snake
charmer and who winters in this place
with his cage of pel forming leptiles,
missed a fourteen-foot boa constrictor
Sunday morning. The snake escaped
the night before from its box in a bavij,
lie hunted all day for it without i,uc.
eiisSi This morning, at the open door,
It crawled Into tho hou-e of James
Hensouer while the family was in 'he
rear portion, nud vthcu tho mother
entered the sitting-room t-ho sau the
monster stretched across the apartment
lloor beside her sleeping baby. Her
screams alarmed the neighborhood,
and when Craig arrhed with some
others they found that the serpent had
already swallowed 0110 of the child's
legs, who wakening, with a yell had
nlatmcd the itiiur.tej, Vh,e constrict
or', jaws hovo 'pried open and the In
fant's leg was withdrawn, after which
the leptile grew so furious that he had
to be tied with ropes Jjefore he could
A UOUIILK .MUltlM'K.
; . Ml
lino Sim ctf Kt lirson Kill HU
La Junta (Col.) December 10.
Kit Carson Jr., son of tho famous
old scout of tho santo name, today
killed his father-in-law and mother-in-law
and then made good his escape.
About n yraV mm Oliu Wl? A?H
i'lii iliWhiW, tnit MU As
drunkenness and cruelty she was com
pelled to return )o her father's home.
Today Carson went to Richardson's
house and demanded his wife. Tho
old man refused, when Carson shot at
him. tho ball pnsng thuipgU; o
p'P iiirt"MWnliU liiWflwl to tho
Vimm nud wa shot directly through
tho forehead, djing, histnutly. Tlie
murderer then mounted his hore and
escaped into New Moxlco.
Motv MJva li1 C'fttVn iloclilou.
SVasihsotok, D. C, December 8.
Secretary Noble today rendered a de
cision hi the case of tho heirs of Win.
Uoiul and others against tho Dcming
(N. HI.) town site. Tho Secretary
stistalua thn defUfiVt fli. t" TC-oiiiiiW
kn,'i .h lift WHM IlknlVonleiVflT--
loSvlug l'r()bat6'Judgo of Grant county
to enter nil" tho laud in question as tho
town slto of Doming in trust for the
several uses and benefits of Its oecu-panU-arcomiiiij
yrcsteS'liilio 'olUniS-"of Uoitt idder
and tho nddltlounl homestead claim
ants are rejected.
.1 . .
Cnllforiilu 0trlclica Wr-nt'??
MW'tilv, fur many ypnwl:
thd ellTllS ijllnlnwa, 1ms coinmuuieated
with M. II. do Young with a view of
securing a pair of California ostriches
for tho National Zoological Park in
this city. Mr. do Young pvoinwou tcj
Su WnTW W'SWnY" 'l W'
1 . .-lI: .-.l-i.j lit.,
. . . '
bit, is. ;
The Tflciimuua Cannl.
WashiXGTon, December 10. Secre
tary Noble, today sent tr the ienntu
tl,o cnnu-1 Vftf WW PW'
iiauab CXimimnjv which.
shows that the
work has been pro.see.11to I with energy
during the past year, and that much
progress has been made In the actual
woik of construction.
Murder at I.n .3 until.
Denver, Dee. 10 A special to tho
Republican fiom. La Junta, Col., s.ijs:
A Mid Miooting affray occmicd here
bust night, which cost two men their
lives. One of them was Joe. U. Lamp
kin, night watchman at the Santa Fo
depot, and the other J. W. Knorss, a
passenger on tho overland 11 er from
San Francisco to New Yoik, IIu was
crazy and had left the train, ami while
Lampkln was endc.tvoiing to induce
him to return, he shot anil instantly
killed the watchman, and then cut his
own throat from ear to ear, dying in
What 8Imll AVe Do with Our Itoye.
"Whoso boysP" ii'our boys; your
neighbor's hots; ever bod 's boys."
Hoys will be bo a, but not everyone
!;m" ho . iii.iinigc ibnn: ''( tr
oi .-t sv-iiio. piaJti.al, vuiuii!.
sense suggestions, read the article ou
tho subject published in the January
nuuiber "f Di'tuoivkt' l'mully Maga
.luo, that Ideal piililicntion which
bonrrf out to the full the promise of its
name. The January number con
tains a genttino holiday feast. The
The subject of tho beautiful water-
color "A Slippery Spot" uppea's to
over parent who 1ms little ones, and
the ktibtlo fccutimcnt of tho exquisite
full-pageengraviug, "Eloquent Silence"
(after a painting by Alma-Tadeiua),
will bo appreciated by oting men and
lmthleus, Jl'lie artistic attractions In
clude, besides, over 200 other pictures.,
Illustrating "llurnm and the Hurnie.se,"
by a resident of Huriua; "Kwdutiun of
Modern Co.tuiue," inteivstlug alike to
nitiii and women; "Intelligence Ofliees
in 1'aiis," which tvill stul.e a respon
ive choi il in every housekeeper's
which, besides some novel- ideas" for
fancy-work, includes a paRT tin
"Aiutisenient for a Sick Child"; "'Cor
rect StIes In Table Silver," an appro
priate sequel to "A Courte Dinner,"
given in the previous number; and
several especially line stories. The
department, "Our GUN," "Sani
tarian," "Artistic Notes," "World's
Progress," "Clint," "What Women
are Doing," "Household," "Corres
pondence Club," and "Mirror of rash
ions," coach have special attractions
this mouth; nud Ibis splendid menu,
with variations, is furnished twelve
times a vcar, for the subset iption pjirp,
of -. Published bj W. - Jennings
Duivwt. 15 Kast 14th St., New
Tim Tlltlcii Will fuse.
The second division of tho Court of
Appeals has handed down a decision in
the Tildeu will ease. Tho decision vesvi
011 the nioiori ii t9 ;MWiel nir tho
mutees. fop re-argiuuent nml a motion
to amend, and tho Judges denied the
motion without costs. On October
27th tho Tihlen will case was decided
ly the Court of Appeals in favor of the
It was held that the Tildoii t,rti3t hi
an incono,vatrd l"iy anil has 1,10 right
tnUjlPfr f Ml', 'rilden's propel ty as
It wlsh-s. The will of the testator
.should bo made controlling, but it was
not in tho Tihlen will. This is in con
travention of tho statute of wills,
which docs not permit one PIT'H,
doletrntc, rtio 'wnoi,l hU pjnpoi ty to
Tlio Tihlen estate, is valued now at
about $8,000,000. This will be div Ided
in accordance with tho statutes relati
ing lo the distribution o e,jt u? in.
testate vip'Vi;ri. (imernor Tihlen had
ii' UrdUier and sister. The latter is
dead, but leaves a daughter, Sirs.
William II. Hazard. She will get
The reinalulng $1,000,000 will be.
divided among tho, tU PM'vo, '
tllMi' (IjescciVdiTlii, ovf llenry A. Tihlen,
'venior" Tilden's brother. Their
names are George II. Tihlen, Samuel
J. Tihlen, Mrs. William 11. Whittlesly,
Mrs. Swan, Mrs. Willis S. Paino riu
Mrs. Svhwaris. (ipYv?PV Titdeil'in
t-nitiUaVtltliftiunVwIbOO a pleeo for
BIS nopuews, aim tiuv,nij npiccu 101
his nieces. Tho lest was to found a
A bad wan win Ai?. anpcar-e-O,
95. thvjvsts, pf Paso Inst Wodnes
ty His lianio was Louis Hertz. Ho
stood up a prominent citizen, made
him throw up his hands, told him to
put them down again, put his pistol in
Wl,h'litr did. 'Tlio officer 'took his-
pistol away after a sharp light. Ho
was searched and $1100 in grecubr,(l4
found on his pei-so'i.
. Building and lifcinv ffrgaulzatipn aro,
geuenilly speaking, tlio best kind of a
his pocket, and walked down ti
street again. An P.Eic,o,V w'ffi.V TO "
him. 'tiftViYm h UvWiw"' m liW'hariils;
snvfn xori:s or Tin: a ek.
The Fort Woith Iron Woiks has
failed for $100,000.
Tho Western Union directors have
deflated a regular quarterly dividend
of 1 1 per cent.
The steamer Polynesia, at New Yoik
fiom Stettin, had four deaths on the
patsnge, all ihildteu, fiun miaslcs.
The silver puuha-'td by Ihe Treas
ury Depaitment aggiegated ."i4C,000
ounces, at prices ranging fioni 05. CO to
A fire in tho city prison at Colum
bus, Ohio, caused tho tenipoiaty le
nmval of forly-one prisoner to tho
In Leghlghtoii, Pa., a frame building
being erected for an ice bouse collapt
ed and two men were killed and live
At Greenville, Miss., Forest Thomas
(eolotcd) was hniigid for Uui'muider
of JTi i ,ntt l',r n i,i-f--i C). !i ---
In Rochester, N. Y., Joseph L. Tice,
a wife iiiiuderer,. was sentemx'd to bo
electrocuted at Auburn dining the
week commencing Monday, January
C. A. Storm of Elgin, III., was killed
and IL True, a fireman, was badly in
jured by a collision between two trains
on the N01 thivestern load near Meiri
The New Yoik lleaid of Trade and
Transportation has resolved that the
State ought to spend at least $1,000,
000 in representing its interests at the
Tho repotted ill health of Mis-.
Cleveland, now at Lakevvood, N. J.
is discredited in New Yoik. Cleve
land's partner:) in the law offuc believe
she is as well as can be expected.
Governor Francis of Miscouii, has
Infoimcd a leprosontativo of the Glube
Defnocr.it that ho has decided to call
an extra session of the Legislature
January 1ith next for the purpose of
rcdistrieting the State.
Itishop Gallagher of the Lpiseopal j
diocese of Louisiana died at New Or
leans, on the 8th Inst., of heart dNea-e.
The John Duulap silk mills at Pat
eroii, N. J., were burned. Los,
$100,000; insurance partial.
Tho House of Representatives lues
passed the Child bill to prohibit the
manufacture and sale of spirit W In
toxicating liquors hi South Carolina
except tuultV mftiilii restrictions. The
hill now goes to the Senate
A St. l'eter.sbugh dispatch sas: A
dispatch fiom Vladivostock savs that
thieves have robbed the Government
treasury thereof $250,000. The ,iu,eves
entered and escaped ffWv tt treasury
by an uiidergw.md. pssage,
One. of the attractions at tho tug-of-wnr
contest, at Los Angeles, was to
have been the pull between a team of
Yuma Indians and Chinese, but the
Indians drew the color line and backed
much to the disappointment uf he
A IpV'-'O M'WW' the busine.-s pait
of Jfeiv' Richmond, Wis,, Was wiped
out by fire Tuesday night. Tho loss
will aggregate about $100,000, with
$10,000 insurance. The fire engines
from St. Paul saved the city, as J
without fito apparatus
Cc'ivdh'f pf thu Currency Lacey
ha-f sent to tho receiver of the Spring
Garden Hank In Philadelphia a dcn.ia.nd
on tho stockholders for 1Q0 V Cent
assessment on c.eli ib,iv i tho capital
stock, h,ejd. liy thorn at tho time of tho
A wholesale dealer says there is not
a week's supply of coal in the hands of
dealers in Iowa, the D.ikotas, Miuneso
to, Illinois, Kansas or Nohuyvkft.
Miners arc woikin.sj P,hall thue be
cause pf tb ta'nAvMy of cars. There is
njui-dlalo danger of a serious coal
The conductor and engineer of tho
t nil 11 which obstructed tho i,vo of
the New Yink rvvjj, causing a col
UiUivW Vlimwiiy last on tho Phila
delphia and Redding nvilroad, liavo
been held to the Grand Jury on a
charge of manslaughter by the 7y;ot
Riy. p$t Ysdriuluo A. Lewis of the
ftciWt Picgbytorlan Church at Brook
lyn Is about to begin a crusade against
the Chinese Sunday-school system by
which young women aro cmplojcd Iry
teaching Mongolians. Ho declares
the practice is likely tfl ctvuso trouble,
and tbj oYJj. should bo stopped, at once.
Tho situation in the State of Rin
Janeiro is becoming critical. T.bo op
posing forces aro arvuOji themselves.
Governor ?Vi,ello holds Niethciiry
The bisurgents have established. pli
visional rorernvAWuV nud -selootcd
1-a.itA s the capital. They "are
organizing for an, at lack on Nictheroy.
Tin? Government is apathetic. rho re
port of tho failure of an impoitant
t --- '.fitli
railroad will be announced to-irtoiniw.'
i.oocii i4 oojvi. twin is iiiiorr inv-3
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nift out language from the chattel ing 1
of a)es, is in New York making ar- A .
rangenicnts for a visit t Central Afii- &' j
c,t, a plaeo vvheietho monkey is free, t Z ,
uutrnmnieled and talkative I'uscoi: - 1
ed in an iron bound cajre in the for. ,t '
ho will make fiieuds with the lit:Io .'
aui'(stor of man, and tr to ham n: ro
about h! metheds of speech than he
can in the mcr.sge ties if the United
A Los Angehh disjateh fa;. s infor
mation is I e'eeived fir.in an undoubted
aiithm ity that tho .Santa Fo Company -has
puie-hascd outright tho franchise
and propel ty of tho Santa Monica -Whaif
and Totmlnal CVnipany, ihc pro
ject of which James K. Campbe'.l is ,
the head and chief promoter, and will
complete the plan of building a road
fiom a junction with the Ridnndo
branch at Inirlewootl to south Siuta
'll.o vj-ktoiiiio of uiv.cUia. in St.
Lottis, Is becoming vcrv pronout:ccd,..
und phsiciaus teport huudicds of
cases under treatment. Citv aua
government ph.VMcians, business and
proicssjoual men ami private men are
prostrated in many cases. As an in
stance of the prevalence of the malady"
it may be slated that l'J employes of a
wholesale house had to go homo be
cause tnev were suuerin" with la
fri-i.ii.j. ..ml 10 nf Ilia. .-,, f.it...iis3 ,,1 tliA
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St. Louis univeisity aro under the e-vro
The defeat of Roger Q. Mills for 'ho
speakership has given widespread sup- -port,
it is s;iiil, to tho efforts of his
ndiuircis to elect him to the United
States senate. Gov. Ho::;' has Mated
that an extra frcssion of the legislature
will be calle d in March or April. '1 ho
election of a suce'cssoi to John M.
Reagan will be one of the duties of ;ho
body. Senator Chilton holds his ap
pointment from the governor, ;i,rI
although a candidate for re-election by
the legislature, the friends of Mills uro
said to be confident of electing l ho
tariff reform champion.
At a.h.c.voioii of Ihe iiau lkniaiili 10
Count, Cal., Hoard of Supervise rs -two
membe'rs, G. W. (jarcclou of K17
erside and W. II. Glass of Highland!,
resigned its Members of the boaril and
their resignations were accepted. Tho
other mcmbeis of the lioarel, J. N.
Victor of this citv, 1. W Lord of
Cueamonga and J. A. .Johnson of D.tg-
get, winked uuanliiKUKty together and
had decided to enlarge, and lcbuild thn
present cotnthou-i) at a oust of. about
$3&Q,00'. Garcelou and Glass oppos
eel this expenditure. Their reasons
for resigning aie not et given to. the
Tho wit-ck which nccmie'd tvw inircs,
north of West Plaius on tho Mb insl.
was moru disastrous thatt tjrt lKirts.'
indicated. Tho sevne that followcil
the coUit-i,u was horrible. In tlm
exbooao of the. construction train.were
twenty-four men, and not one of them
escaped injtuy. Four w civ .killed and
nineteen others dangerously hurt.
some ef them fatally. Many neighbor
ing farmers were quick!' on the seeno '
of disaster, and did ever thing in theiV
povYVVtaftl'c-ikUe the injured. Those,
injtircel who cquld bo Jvmovcel were
taken to the' hospital at Fort Scott.
Of tho injured Hen Martin and a few
others will die. The cause of the
wreck was the neglect of the couduct
or and engineer ot .the construction.
W. A. llovvo is. receiving-! wholodotj
offivo advertising. 1V an item goiu?
tho rounds e(J ti press to tho effect"
that ht valketl fifteen miles to vete$'
fur tho constitution. His fifteen milo
walk was not prompted solely from
such patriotic motives, but trom tho
more practical business one of receiv-
ing his $5 per day attending a sesslet
of te. Loarel of supervisors. It. It ttrut
hovvoveT, that in addition to, attending1
to his duties as a mcnilof tho hoanl
he voted a great W Vyesu for tho eon- "
stltutlon. Tlc iuspective futuix! stato
of Ailvm; posscsses bright political.
fcftpes fur Mr. Rovve
Aro Yon u l-'rle;
to the eauso of Protecoji to 'Auierieatt
lutorests? Aro ifii. xvill'ngi towork -fortho
caijoi. protection in ilacitig
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Yopc nequaantances lfy.m arestieli,
you should bo identified with the Amer
ican Protective Tariff Leaguo. No. 23
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(it this notieo out undaend It totho' . .
League statiuyour position anH-i'givo M
a heip'ugbnd. "' VT-.
Tlio bid made bv CiilonelfclfiTriiigHV' "it
.." "-V '. ji3S
lortne "narrnw gauge" -roau- wasire-e
fused by that body. Tho offer lflai
was tho amout of taxes, costs andfpe
ultleafor tho year 1881), with intci
a total of g7o3.'J2. Citlru..
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