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FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA, THURSDAY, JUECEMBER 24, 180J .
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, c;av&.JSS&aJ3?W? H ' 'HA Kfl UK
hotel, rinxstair, Arizona.
EM.SAxroun. attoiixev at law,
l'rosciitt. Ailiona. Will practice-In nil
thu courts Of tlio Teiilmry.
Pll, c'OKXlsH. rilYSlOIAN AXI SL'It
. ffroii. riiiizstnir, Arirona. Will iilwwci
i-alls on llieAtlimtlca I'ucllie Knllruntl.
VMS. J. M. MAIttSUAI.1i DENTIST. 01'
J lice In tliurctu-of lr. Ili-.imivii' Drus
SiTiiv. Twlli extruded wltliout pain.
HKANNnX. l'HYMCIAX AND
eon. 1 liisstiiir,
lii!itnir. Arizona, nut n.-
to nil rails from any point
& 1'iielHo liullioail. Ulllci"
mid drus store opposite- tlio depot
Oil till AlI.llllICK 1-1H.-II1U IIUIIIUUU.
T O?r0.'"l-rL.0ST.VKli LODGE. NO.il.
. Fellows' Hall. Vlslttiis tiivllirvii Hrdlally
X. 0. Lwton.x.u.
' .ir'LAnsT.vrr w)Due. no. 7. f. a. jj.-
ninlita merv riilvndnr month. Called nicet-
ltiKr every other .Monday nlalit tor work
)y order. Daviu 1'. ll.Mir. Mastir.
T. E, 1'ui.uam. AvtliiK Secretary.
COUNT COCONINO, NO. K-H. IM)KI'EM
ent Order Foresters holds rvguKir nieet
lns In Masonic Hall. FlttKotnlT. on thu tlrsl
and third Thursday of each month. WlliiR
brothers and all immlierH In Rood standlii.'
uro cdtdlally Invited in intend.
W.Ij. VAX lions, CJl.
J. W. Fiia.ncis, I!. S,
T O. O.T. FLAGSTAFF LODOR. XO. II.
I. iiiietsturilay eciiliiof each e'k at
StiLsoulo Hall. Ail Hood Templars in Rood
ttandln cordially vlcoj,.. & T
, W. II. NOIIMAN. n. s.
EIUST JI. E. CliriU'll. t'OKNEU OF
Church and Laicuc ttivets. N d .Notion
tor. l'icathliis tit tl n. m. and ":aj p. in.
riiinduyV: Sundaj ht'lioal at W n in- J. "
IlosklusJi-.. bunilntiiidciii. t luinitui
ut U':n p. in. Kporli League u.an p i.
-l'.uji'i- nmliiu lliurMluy evsiittii. t ..
OUTIlltlE SAVAOK. UNITED STATES.
I'oiiiinlsslomrof tho UNtrlct Court In tho
Fourth Judicial District of tlioTuriltory
ofAilrona. DNtrkt limit Comiiilssloiier In
nnil for thu County ottwnnlno In said Ter
rllory. nml I'. . IVnslnii Notary. Admlttid
to liructkt lH'foro thu arlous liui-eaus of the
department. UPJcti two ilooii, north of the
T?I.AOdTAFF LIIIKAKY AND KIIAJUNU
XJ llooiu Association. lleadiiu hwih oih-ii
tiff Lilly from tf n. m. to 10 p. m.j hiindn!
iJiip. m. Cordial welcome to all ilslti
XOTIC1W roil FUltMCATIOX.
I,AU OlTlCJi AT I'llWCOTT, AttlZ.. I
Not ember 20 KJ1. f
Notice Is hcrehy Riven that tho fullowliu
named settler ha.s Hied notice of his Intent on
to male llnal proof In Mipnnrt of his clulin.
and that iJiul pitxif will ho made Iw-
. fori, the Clerk of tho District, Court,
nt Fl.i2sturr. Arlinnn. on Fatuiday Jan. 2,
ritVl. viz: Arthur II. lleasley hoiiiesteail ni
pllcntlon Xo .W. for tlm Xii of s', mid N'i
if V't of Hec SJTwp 2iNK.fl- Hoiinmes
.the folfowlns witiiesM.no provo hU routlu
nous residence Uk)ii, niidculthatlou of nalil
. laud, lb: JiiIiicm A. Mnrslmll. Henry C
Irfx-kctt. Joseph It. Locket t.Tlios. F..McMlllaii
of Flaastatf, ArU. ,
Xov.a'i-W. J. C. .Maiiun. Keal.ter.
Land Office at Fiikscott. Aniz., i
Nowniber lit. lS-JI. f
xnl... I. 1. MH.lt v nlta.ii tlitit III,, fntlmvlm.
' AtfWtffi,11 Etr"t. cen Railroad
-Stniuitiwt iniu inooi win in-iniiiiw ih-'iimi" im' i
."ScrUcif tho District Court at FhiRhtatl. Ariz.,
.in SnttlKlH)'. January --. iMii. iif: Jiunen ..
I ho S E " of H W I, of hec. li twp 1! X. K 7 E.
Ho names tho followliiR witnesses to prom
' hlscoiitliiuous rtsldeuco npon, and tultlwi
' tlon of. said l.ind. U; llimh 1 Caiupbell.
Thin. '. JIc.MlUaii. Dan M. I'runcK AlCJrady,
nil of FlnRstair, Ariz. J. C. Maiitix.
iTi.ni.iri., 11,.,-iiiriitnrr tuiitcmcni .mi siv. ir
,,iJL i.an orrit'E at I'licsciirr. .viiiz., i
I 4 Xotlco Is hcrchy chen that the foJloliiR
.hitttiiivd settler has tiled notlcuot his Intention
4 to niakulliiiil proof In mpixirtof his cl.ilm,
r - nml tlu't Mild proof will ho innilo he
foroJ.Uutlirlotsivnge. UiB. Court Comml
' kIoiht at Fl.icslnir, Arizona, on Satuul.iy,
rJnnuurv2. 1KB. il: Thomas F. Iloldcn. Do-
'lliliuory Tiaiemciii. .iw-iiMiiiir mi' n'lui
IJ W U nml w !i ottne s i ami n "i oi
IXVi'H ofM-c. 24. twp.'lN. K0 V.. Ho names
' ,li .ilhiultlif utllllhMMlO lll-OXO Ills COlltlll-
uoui, i ifeUU mention iindcullliiilloii of fakl
" laud. Wr: l harhH A.lluMi.JulltLsAuliliieau.
.iiiityo W. JtlnLlv. William 1'. Oiuncs, all of,
I'nijfMatt. All'unn. J.C.AIautis,
albtic Pacific U
gtfDIMh 'IhSlu KTjMBER 32,
aWKUXKSUAY, NOV. 18, 181.
I. I lllfAOO All
, 4 OUp
It SO a l.vl.A Jl'VI'A Al
3 Muilv AU'Wiuciiiui'iii
U U) ClHllUlRO
in rt ill wiiiKato
10 Ut a Gallup
i Hi. N'nvalo snrlnus
1:2011, j -lift
7 20 p 11 ll'P
0 .11 p 10 11 p
n nip; lu dip
a sap " 4i p
2 Hill) II lip
2.Vtn llolhrook Sy
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4 4 , p .. tin.....
U np Wlillatn-i
11 Vii rrescotr.liliict.on
8Ja TJii'Ntvtllcs ,
10 a u 2 4'J p
XMil 1 20l
t 27 a n 20 a
r)i 12 Wpl llasdad
jt&lu a.VJp, llaKKett
a 4 .nt r iiur-.i4j i.
.1 iip vp
7 411)1 r 'ly,iJ' 1 u lap
p I.M- 1AH A lllftfllN u V) s. is -m p
i, IX r Sail ITieBo lTrl V JO n
'Jitiffi '.'JXimj'a f !''nj;i iiii1'ciijvi-atnii'..
1- U.l llbUIVi1ll
Alliiinnemurl A.T. it: 8. F,
It. It., for till
JJOM-Ull- JillitiMiu iin"i
. ii.iiiunv f.ir Vtttt Wlilnnln and Prescott,
VgWii.in.tim Cull fornl.i southern Hallway for
SFlAKt Alijreies, ran I'lexv ' ouier roiiineiii
i'.'": .:.... ..." . "... j ...r.
r" bu? ina u t
iiT- Mojao houtliern I'aclflc for San Fran-cls4-o.sucraiueiito
and Nirthurn California
W. PULLMAN l'AIiACEBLEt'IO C.Mi'
1 flNocliiitiicolsiiiado (i,v''hlii.pln ( .. F -
. .Adt " . . . ..... .. '...i 1'MiiIu.ui ...til n ..
City, or rian Dleso rind Los Angeles
m Tho Ornml Canpn of the Co! in
lMUWiwnlioti tourists , m
ViuMiik Hil 1 1"", ' ' " y-i
wonderful of iiiituroMH
- "; Mop nt I'liiRMtntf line
lent iiii4 most
&..wllil tiul.iy in hid
.keut plnu forest
-of thu San l'raiiclsvo iiioiilitaliis. or tlslt tli
f iifjuit ruins of the C'nvu and Cllif Dwc" -jn
3Mfl?lti iSivru Oc-icriit',aiit.oilntciid''"u ai-
fiiimiiriu", 'J M. .'... ..."-..
' B!HiR, GCDKAJ PW!Cr,A5Wllf I j
maa'ur' n-h'msuaiJiT u-i K?iMrt . w-t
TLo Oldest Dank In Northern Artion.
Merest Paid on Time Deposits.
Collections a Specially.
Itetcrtncee-W. a Btronc. PrIdent A.T.A
R. F. Itallnnd Company! E11U WMlnwriBht,
MRnniiitiff Director Arizonn Cattlo t ompaur.
ht. Loaia, Mo.; linnk of lUtorula, ban Fran,
Your Banking Business Solicited,
J. II. U03KIN8, Jr., CoriiUr.
AlliiB FasliWlu ani Latest Styles
M DB TO ORDER.
i GOOD FIT GUARANTEED.
FINS ASSOHTMENT OF
rV,,hflS A..i CORKS REWS.
. ALWAYS ON WAvrn
Lingo & Whitlow,
IIaing-ascd tlio "Wilcox shop, on
,. -,i pi.-.-Ai.
tenuo OtiU Oliurbh
street, wo in tit
tlioso iii need o
gito us a trial.
tn our Mas ;
ALL TORK GUEAJ?TESD.
Kvi'i'j thing usually kept in a first-elris-
bakeiT, can biTliad.
jjOnlers left at thu Hint ks Hones
will bu iiromptl' lilled.
J. F. HAWKS, PROP.
'.1 HOSKINS, Jr.
Rrprt'sitiifinj; ihn viuj;-.t L'ne'of
Bel 'able Fire clif$tfr&neB Sj5.
I NUIttHl.ltN A l0A
PiiopniiTV Iksokcii at LowiaT Ra'ies.
r iua i
i) McMillan v t iirwin vw,
K- I t
N V "1
J .in lic;ius sc,iinihci jn.
!. ". ricuitur.il .ci.iitr'v; ci.i i in n
ihI prci iMt t c ur.r I ot c l !. ue ..
ic sictedri m Uiuersiii Kicult !u
.i ii -i I Jfi
11V POItCILVfllN .
Finest Quality and Broeding.
fi 'TlTlrvrref nf f.Jf'A r wtfis'S .. r K
n Mm. Wi. "'i .- v" rf . 'timkm I
To Wool Growers
11' YOU WANT
To Keep jour Rliccp healthy, and Insure a
good clip, tfeu
Hay ward's Sheep Dips.
A MUtK CUltH T JIO HIlATi: COST,
Hayward's "Paste Dip"
Mixes with oHluSrCiiM or Wmm Water.
Hayward's Liquid Dip
U NonFolsonoi. Impioics tho Wool
and does not stalti It.
CI-IRISTY & VISE,
' WOOL COMMISSION JIEKOIIAJfTd
riflliiiiiilToniiseiiil sis., Sail ITanclaco, Cnl
LIVERY, FEED HND SHLE
Best of Driving and Saddle
Horses for Hire.
A. O. MORSE,
E. ItfHtPPLE & CO..
GOFFIHS AND CSETS. O
O EMBALMING & SFECIALTV-
ffiT'M.''iI or telegraphic onlers promptly
atkniicl to at ja'uractory rile.
T. E. PULLIAY1,
Fruits and Vegetables
Tea, Coffee and Spices.
Bost Goodo and Lowest
Goods tloltvcrcil. to any part oftlio
T. J&. IP-lxUxgli-x-l,
CLEAR HAVANA CIGAR,
el dito ran factory,
KElii YORK, N. Y.
KgSoM only hy A. P. Gibson and
Swur.uu & Sox, l'liistii(T, Ariz.
' fiENR? KELLER
Hub np'cned n now
Eist f iitl.bitt's Stoif, -
All kinds of gneial b'ack
amithing promptly tiul s.ttisfac
toiilydono. HOItSI! HIKllCINIl A HI'ISOJAtTV. t
The Wagon Shop in connection
is in clmrgo o II. Van NoiImav.
" t iT-lAN
BrocellBs," Gents 'flr--
nisliiiyeie. ' .
tlraoRery W Mum
TUG B01 TIIWEIl KNOWN.
Henry L." Norcross' of Boston t'ha
Jlo Is lteepKiilPrt by Ills 'L'oeth IIIh
I'nrcntH f'ully Identify jtlio
Head Doctor TalltB.u,
Hosto.v, l)t.cvinbbrl8. Tho jcport
reached hero toilnytliut Coroner Messo
niL'V.of New Yotk had iniulo an cmuiiI..
nation of tho tcuth'of tho de.td dyna
miter and that hu found no lllling in'
them. The rumor was brought to tho
attention of Dr. Edward Co''":i!i, who
ha?v been Ilenty h, Noreross1 dentist
for-toli yeai-H Hp naid: , JJ).w5 .
"If tho teeth in tho dead VnaVu head
in tho . New 'York Morjjuo t'uveal no
signs of lilling then it cannot lie that
of Not cross' as I v, pVovo to you
from my bopks, in which I have a re
cord of nine llllings I ltiscrttd for liini."
Tho doctor produced a diagram of a
complete set of tooth, upon n hicli he
iuatl;cd from Ills looks tlic eiact Idl
ings he had put in for Norero. Tho
second molars, on bolh 'bides havo a
lilling of gold aiul hat e also the first
and second tipper molars anil tho sec
ond bieuapid ou both gides. Tho first
right lower ot'tp has to fillings, one
of gold ami "nuo of silver anialg.tui.
This latter iVtlio only tooth of Sir. Nor
cross that litis anything but gold lill
Tho doctor -va4 tptestioned about tho
depiction said to hatobocn noticeil
in tho left under jwiihiu tooth in tlio
head of tho dead man. He did not
remember definitely that such :t de
formity existed in Norcross' teeth, yet
ho labored under tho impression that
such a deformity did exist in tlio tooth
Nr.w Yuitic, December 17 Dr. Kd
waid Dunham .tod.iy inado an e.Nami
udiou of the (ceth and jausof tho
dead dynamiter. His deseriiitioit of
them tallies exactly with that given
by I)r, I'oggitis of HjsIou of the teeth
of Henry L. Norerosc,
Till1' makes the ii'outiliealioii of lite,
bomb thrower sa young Norcross a
certainty 'J'ho. C'orpuer reports that
tho brain of tho bomb thrower is that
of a lunatic. . Tho brdsmnlglieil mote
than tho aver.' go, but was 'abnormally
According to V'O Sta'cments of Nor
cross' intiuiato Do;ton WemN, his
brain had been nll'octed b- the exten
sive and regular use of camphor, alum
andMilphur, which lie asserted had a
great effect in Keeping a man in excel
Ho kept the camphor in a small
bottle, frequently taking which from
'da pocket ho would remove the cork
intl with his finger tranfvr tho liquid
to his tongue, repeating tho process
several tiircs, ,?jiug it va-5 a most
el!iraeioits preventive of disease.
Vcw Yoitic, December 17. At 1
"'clock this (Tuesday) morair.g Mr.
and Mrs. Norcross went to tho Morgue
ami positively Identified the. head as
that of their missing son. Tho old
latiy was very much affected and was
hysterical. They say there is no doubt
as to'tho-idetitity, tuV fillings in tho
teeth and other points eon hieing,
The, scenes during the time that tho
parents were with' the dead vera cry
affecting. The sorrowing ruather knelt
down ou the hard floor of the hospital
oil! co and laid her head upon the fore
head of her- dead sou. Shu was about
to I:is3 the forehead, when au.attend
ant gently drew her back. She beeamo
er.eited find -said fiercely: "I wish I
had come lier& alone. X must kVs m'y
rni: avoujj MAincirr,
Tlio lloston. "Wool ."Mnrlct fo!' tlio
' Week In Cliven llclow.
Tlio lloston market is .reported as
Tho total receipts of wool nt tlu3
port during tho past wook comprise
73 bng3 and bales domestic and G57
bales foreign, against 6829 bags ami
bales domestic and 1827 b'les foreign
for tho same timo last year Tho total
receipts since Jan. 1, 1891, comprise
o37,781 bags antl bales domestic and
153,79G bales foreign, against -188,078
brgs cud bales domestic and 108,131
bales of foreign for tho same timo in
The sales . for the week comprise
2,3G5,000 Its of domestic llecco and
pulled) and 315,600 lbs foreign, milk
ing tho week's transaction; foot up
2,710,600 lbs, against 3(759,000 lbs for
tho previous week, and 1,535,000 lbs
domestic and 220,000 lbs forcigu for
tho co responding week last year.
Tho pr-st week has showii a more
quiet tiv.de, from the fact that tho few
largo bnyera who have been on tho
market of late have bought enough to
mect.their present needs, antl aro now
.waiting., ,.Thdgencral,t ratio, havo been
'mBSKasaMJaiPatliiilaofcajiS- " '
a id are still keeping up-tUM tnutho
of operations. Their wants keep fail
and there is liltlo prospect of a general
increase iu tho demand until heaty
woolens are opened for tho 18J12 tia'le.
L'lio mills are generally prepared to
lniw their heat y weight samples, but
the tmde- idiows no anxiety to see them,;
nnd it w doubtful if much will be done
until niter thu.luru pi tho year. Holi
day goods hato'lbo call just at present
.iml without jthe - Weather turns cold,
clothiera will be IndiileVent for a time
about ordering for uct fall.
Territory wools show a quiet tone,
iperalious during the week ruling
moderate. The 'few largo lines clean
ed up tlio past lew week" ,lcics tiir
market liLbettcr shape, but j'licts a'-'
id uigucr, ami n iiuycr count jm .m
edit get concessions if ho was dr ' vx
to clean up big lots'. The scoured
basis of strong warp wools in lino
medium and line, is yet about 58r,G0e,
with lino medium nt 57-'i8c, Mhile
medium wools an yet quoted at about
5'2(i jc for choice. Fall Texas wools
ate yet meeting with some sale at
about 2021u for good lots, with the
full range quoted up to 22e, tho scour
ed basis being about oOQ.'tfc. Cali
fornia wools remain dull, with no
material change in nlile.
A Itciuui-ltnblo Itlot.
. C'KCIXX.vti, Dec. 18 A- riot w:ts
narrowly atcrtcd iu the County Tio.is
urer's ollico. tlits morning. Uptmlly
ta,i;s can be paid on December 1st,
but owing to' unavoidable delays to
day was the first day they werore
ceited. This morning fully 2000 ta
li.vyers gathered at tho court house and
when the doors were opened, made a
rush for the treasmer's oflice, all anx
ious to pay before Monday net, w hen
a penalty of five per cent will accrue.
A number of glass partitious were
smashed in tho wild scramble, and the
crash Wits suffocating. Five women
and a man fainted ami were passed out
over the heads of tho crowd, i'eople
were wetlged iu a struggling ma.ss so
they could scarcely breathe. The
jucii fought, swore and struggled fur
iously to gel at tho receding cjeiks.
While tho tumult was at its height"
the city money was hastily thrown iu
the safe and locked up. A call for the
rpolifcc'was sent otit nlitl t'vo patrol
w agOns and fourteen men responded.
Tho County Commissioners finally
quieted the crowd by telling them the
tebate timo would be extended to Jan.
10th. Tho crowd gave a cl-ccr and
business then proceeded nutctlj , Pick
pockets reaped a harvest.
A Itrlile from a Com cut.
Haltijioke, Dec. 18. Miss
Kllieott and llobcit L. Elliott
married hero esterday. Tho bride is
thu daughter of.W. II. Kllieott, a
wealthy iron merchant, and was at one
timu a leader iu society. Ono of her
sisters is the wife, of lihliop Nicholson
jf JlilwatiKee and another was married
only two weeks ago to Lieutenant
"chweiin of tho navy. Miss Ellieott
tired of fashionable life set en years
ago, and determined to enter tii.
Protestant Episcopal Slstct hood of tho
Visitation. The content adjoins Cal
vrtry Episcopal Church, and is as se-curcly-gtiatded
as any Catholic institu
tion. Miss Kllieott, after the proba
tionary period, took the white veil and
vows. Shu was practically lost to tho
wotld until a short time ago, when tho
announcement of her engagement was
made. She soon reappeared in society.
Sirs. Schwerin am' Miss Elliott, tho
groom's sister, h..d r tiled tho corres
pondence. Sir. Elliott was. a devoted
lover, aml-tiscd Ids persuasive-pen so
well that tho bride of the church finally
consented to reuounee her vows. .
Washijjotom, Dec. 18. Tho presi
dent wlll'today send to thefspuato tho
names of Solicitor-General Soft, Judge
Wood, of Indiana, and 30 others to bo
United States cltcuit judges, under,tho
act of tho last congress. ,
Tho president today sent to the sen
ate Iho following nominations: To be
United States circuit'' judges, as pro
vided by section 1, chapter S17",
United States fctatulest At large
William" L. Tutnani, of Maine, for the
first; Nathaniel L. Shipman, Of Con
necticut, for tho second; George M.
Dallas, of Pennsylvania, third; Nathan
Goff, of West Virginia, fourth; Wrall.
Soft, of New York, sixth; Win. "A.
Woods, of Indiana, seventh; Warren
Trultt, of Oregon, United States dis
trict judge for tho district of Alaska,
llcsult of a Vena. '
Tombstone, Dec. 19 Richard A.
Holmes, formerly an employe of tlie
Copper Queen Company's store at 15is
bee, was shot tit Euitbarik bylfJ.
Fisher on Sunday and died shorllyuf
tcrwnrd. Tho shooting- grew oiit of
an. old feud between Fishor nnd aiian
named Haffuer, with whom Holmes
was stopping. He was shot while help
ing Haffneritobreakrop'enia shop over
.whichjFi jhw,wa9 feanding,gnarl.v'-" ,
n msmm, hiaiii:
Blaine Will Accept It, But Cleve
land Will Not, ' '
James '. In In tlio ltace, nnd'iiflt to
fstny (rotcr AVllITnlio Ciiro
of the llaliy.
iu.ai.vi: ix tiii: haci:
lie Will 'ot ltcfuso tJiCXonilliutton
If Tendered Illin.
St. Louis, Dee. 17. The Globe
Democrat has the following AVa.shiug
ton special: Among the distinguished
visitors to lliis cil during the past
week was the Hoh. Joscpli'iM.ilile,Of
Augusta, .Maine. Mr." Mauley is uni
versally rccoirniuri. aSJSSccretan
l.U. lino's chief lieutenant an! most in
timate friend. During Ins two days'
stay hero ho spent most of his time
with the hceretary of state. What the
two talked of is, of course, certainly
not Known, but its possible Jenor maj
be gathered f torn what followed after
ward between Mr. Manley and certain
leading repttiilicaus of this city. These
gentlemen escorted Mr. Manley to the
depot on last Tuesday noon. Tlu'se
gentlemen aro lllainc men, if that gen
tleman is in tho race. They pressed
Mr. Manley for an expression of Secre
tary Maine's intentions. Mr. Manley
replied that w hilo Mr. Hlaine was not
a candidate for thu presidency iu.lhe
sense ho was iu 1870, and was not
askiug and would not ask to support
him, lie would not refuse the nomina
tion if it were tendered to him, his
position now being thu same it was iu
1880 and 1881. One gentleman said:
"Mr. Manley, this district will of
course elect two delegates to the next
national convention. Now, we can
elect two Blaine delegates', as we have
the unquestioned power to do so, but
we do not care to do it, if Sir. Maine
will not permit tlio use of his name.
If lie will do this it will give him two
votes as certain as tho day of the
convention comes. Mr. Manlev smiled
tit tho' speaker's earnestness ,aud re
plied: "Go ahead, gentlemen, and
choose Maine delegates. Tho old man
is in the, race and iu to stay. He is
ccrt&iu to bo nominated and that with
out thoJeaSjt.frietiou. I speak by tho
Xot a C'uiididntr.
St. Louis, Dee. 19 Tho Globe
Democrat this morning prints the fol
lowing Washington dispatch: Senator
Carlisle has returned from a isit to
ox-President Cleveland, at Lakewood.
The KeiitucKiaus are repeating to-night
a highly interesting declaration, which
thoy say the cx-prcsidont made to Mr.
Carlysle, that he was not a candidate
for tlio presidency. His words iu effect
weie: "I havo tho welfare of
the democratic party at heart. I
deaito to see our principles triumph,
but I do not wish to havo the presiden
tial nomination again, and I .shall take
steps if it proves necessary to prevent
such action by tho convention. I haVe
been president, my ambition is satis
ucd. I havo a w ife aud a littlo daugh
ter. My domestic life is complete and
happy. I cannot bring m self to think
of returning to public oflice. My In
come from the practice of my profes
sion is ample for all my nced. Noth
ing but a strong senso of duty could
induce mo to think of accepting a nom
ination. Aud do( nOt think the con
dition will develop that duty. No. I
am not a candidate, ami I am unwil
ling to accept the nomination."
Nkw Yoitic, Dec. 18. Coroner Mes
scmer inado public today the results of
his recent investigation on thu remains
of jtho man who threw tho dynamite at
Russell Satto ou December 1. Iu his
opinion there is not a shadow of doubt
that tho bomb thrower has tho con
firmed mania which had lasted for
several years. Tho man's brains was
found to weigh 1,120 grammes, or
three otiuccs above the average. Dime
museum, managers arc, making strenu
ous efforts to fcccuro tho head for ex
hibition, but Coroner Mcssemcr refus
es to deal with them.
A COLOKED I'ltlKsT.
Ho AV111 bo the First Kvcp Ordained
in tlio United Mates,
HAJAlKMOitE. Dec, 11 The first
colored man to bo raised to Catholic
priesthood ItUho United States will bo
ordaiucd Saturday morning in tho ca
thedral in tliis city by Cardiual Gib
Jions. Another colored priest hits U&en
laboring for several j cars. Ho is Rev.
A. Foltpn of St, Monica's Church, Chi
cagOj but ho was ordained in Rome.
Charles K. Uncles js the name of the
man to bo ordained on Saturday. A
largo number of young white men will
receive orders with him. Uncles is a
quadroon, and was born in Baltimore
thirty-ono years ago. ,Ho was -bap.
tizeiUr conlirmcdi aud'- madehl?.,llrst
'conjmuriioiisJat St? Fruli'cisSavicr's"
-si w ,ii . M - ..
church iu this city, whcic he is to n-,-ebr.tto
his first mass? utt t'lirUtiuas
morning. Uuchs. graduated front a
.olored high school. After ivcciiing
lessons for some ears on Sundays Irani
Ucv. J. It. Slattory of .St. Joseph'
Seminary for colored missions, Unci's
went iu August, 1883, to St.-Ihacinth
College, Canada. In 1888 )kv iW:u
gr.tdii.itcd and entered at St. Joseph's
Seniin.in, where special attention is
given to tialning missionaries for wotk
among the colored people of tho United
States. It is expected that the colored
priest w jll be nblo to accomplish much
among thu people of his race in thu
A L'lti:cACTIO.VAUY .MKASUItl;.
Vlllll to Present, AHoiim From Tjlt
liiff L'i I'lilillr I.n'ndri. -
vtAMiiMiTOX, uec. 18. Congress
man How ors has prepared his bill to
pret cut aliens from taking up public
lands, and he will introduce it wlu-n
thellotfe is ready to transact business.
It pro ides that "no person shall be
entitled to make an entry of any pub
lic land or to file any homestead claim
or claim of any kind to public lands
under any laws of too United States
heretofore enacted except he be a citi
zen of the United States and a resident
of the Statu or Ten-it my w herein an
entry of our tiling upon public land is
sought to be made, and ho shall be- a
legally qualified voter in such statu or
territory, or shall liac heretofore been
a legally qualified voter iu some state
or territory of the United States, pro
vided that the wife, widow or daughter
of any citien 'of the United States is
excepted front tho provision? of the act
and such persons shall continue to en
joy all the rights and prh lieges now
cccorded to them liv law."
l.nnd Court In Arizona.
Iu response to Secretary MurphtV
efforts to induce tho court of Private
Land Claims to hold terms iu Arizona,
lie has recehed the following letter
from Chief Justice Heed, w hit-It is of
interest to Arizona:
Your communication to tho Hon.
Secretary of the Interior,, of date of
Nov. Cth, has been referred to me- In
nusWer, I -hat c thu honor to say that
the court has every disposition to afford
all reasonable facilities to the people
of Arizona to have their land claims
adjusted as speedily and at as littlo
cost and inconvenience as. possible.
At present, however, wo have but lit
tle information as to thu amount of
business that may be expected front
your territory. We have therefore
provided by rule that Arizona may bo
brought at either Denver at S.tnta Fc
for the present, and our purpose is
that w heuever a .sufficient number of
cases are limtHrlit at either of those
places to justify its in doing so we will
hold a special term at Tucson at which
they may bo heard. And if it shall
transpire that there is such an amount
of business in the territory as will
warrant us iu incurring the expense, cf
regular terms there we will establish
such terms. Our next term in this
place will convene on the first Tuesday
iu March, ami if wc shouliUiud any
considerable number of Arizona eases
on our docket ut that time wq will
probably appoint a special term 4at
Tucson iu April following,"
Alvn nt tlio I'ront. "
We hae received a copy of (ho '
handsomely illustrated prospectus for '
1892 issued by The Detroit Free Press.
Tho achievements of this famous paper
in tho past have been groat, but If its
promises for tho future aro to bo ful
filledand there certainly Is no reason
to expect the contrary The Detroit
Free Press w ill iu 1892 be, as its jnilr
lisliers confidently claim, the most en
tertaining and instructive paper pub
lished, git lug additional pleasure to
its thousands of old subscribers autl
fresh enjoymcut to the iuany thousand.
new oues that its merits deserve. Its
list of contributors for 1892 iucludes,
many of tho most famous iiamc in.
American literary ami public life-, anil
most of tho articles to bo published aro
of uutbual importance: and intcresV,
presenting a splendid array of. valuable
features in addition to the inimitable
work done by
its own staff of bright
itud fatuous writers,
Thu publishers of Tlio Freo Press n"--.
will mail copies of tho paper ami' t'
prospectus to all applicants.
Tote o( l'ompcll.
Cnv or Muxico; 18 Tho govern
ment fears that tho villages adjacent
to tho volcano of Coltma will share the
fate of l'ompcii, and has th6reforc ot-
deretl .tho villagers to abandon theirs ''
homes and go to places of safety. Ttfo, -"
volcano Is now vomiting great volumes "V
of liLVii n.s1ii ntiil smnlrrt nn,1 tl, .n,i .
try for miles tironntl is illnminated ojv -
the grand display. Strong winds carry
the ashes a distance of -100 miles. Ad
largo party of scientists' from variouV
parts of Mexico havogonc to viiit'thol
grand phcupmciion?. ." .v"Jtr
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