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Stiff Y,r.AU AT Till: WIUTK IIOUSK.
All the Diplomats, Inrlmllnir tlio
Clillcnn MInlHier, Attend.
, Although tho custom has fallen into
disuse eL-c u liore, in Washington the
social and olllelal obervaneo of Now
Year calling was maintained. The
- eather wsu favorable, being cold and
cjear. Tho chief events of tho forenoon
were a breakfast to tho diplomatic
corps by Secretary. Ulaluo, and a re-
ccptlon by tho 1'reshUmt and Mrs. liar-
rison and tho wives of tho members of
tho Cabinet. Tho interior of tho Whito
House was elaborately decorated for
the reception, and tho darkened rooms
fehonn with tho glare of numerous elec
tric lights. Tho President and Mrs.
Harrison were assisted in receiving by
Mrs. Morton Mrs. J-.lkius, Mrs. Foster,
Mrs. Wllniftwllliklifo. "Noble. Mrs.
v Husk M;jMjHeria.iifMrs. Wanama
t er.MrsIlglutajrunablo to be
present because, ot'jH health.
number of ladles were especially In
titeil to assist in uiiteiiftining such
guests as were behind the- lino.
t C""w -
The reception beganpYohiptly at 1
o'clock. Tho arrival of tho Presiden
P.u t v was announced by tho fa-
inlliar air, "Hail totho Chief." Tho
''earliest ai rivals. "Scerctrfry Klkins
Wet with tho Cabinet for the liist time,
'and ho and Sccictary Foster, who was
just, out ' from a severe illness, ere
reetcdAj ith special conliality.
.jbTfioiffiploniatlc coips turned out In
'fulmorco to pay their respects. The
members were resplemtaut in couit
dress. Senor ltomero of Mexico, dean
tof tho corjis, was at tho. head of the
lino with Mine. Itomeio. Thoy were
accompanied by seven members of tho
Mexican negation. Italy was repre
sented by tho Mai(piisJmpei iale di
Francarilla, charge d'affairs ad inte-
Pedro Moutt, Minister, Mi-s.
and Senor Auibal Cruza and
euor utiillermo Anninal'Mii of the
on, weic Chile's icpiesentaties.
BterTn KwoYin and a number
l55leUnv$qiiely attired menibeis of
fthnc'!.lH'gati)n attracted consld
ieial)le'.ltteiition from those to whom
W; of Jibe Cabinet, with
of their 'fainiiles, were the
these receptions Aero new. Many
other countries were also present eith
er thiough their Minister or other
inipmbeis of tho legation. Tlio cos
tumes of the ladle's were very rich and
degant.' i -
Tli6iIiIoiuatic col ps' w'as invited In
a body to a place behind tho line of
tho receiving party, and npent a quar
t ter of au hour or longc convci-sing
j, with tho ladies there. Leuatois Cul-
lom, Carlisle. Gibson and Allen w 1th
I'jo members "of their families, were
introduced to tho leeching party im-
, ' Mediately after tho diplomats. Chief
Justice "Fuller and all tho nionfbers of
tho Supremo C'oiut, except Justice
Dradley, were next presented. The
Justices of tho Court of Claims and of
t tho District Court also paid their re-
X spccK At 1 1 o clock members of Con-
gross were received. General John
.-Foster, "special representative of tho
Statu Depai tment, came next. ' Tho
American Historical Society also had
.82veral members In lino.
The ni my,-navy and marine corps
were represented by ull tho officers of
those tcrvlces' stationed at or'near tlui
capital. General.Mlles of Chicago and
General Whcnton of Omaha were .the
only officers of prominence who camo
from a distance. General .Schofield
was at tho head of tho army line and
Commodoie llamsey led tho naval con
tingent. Tho officers wcie all In full
dress uniform. Tho regulars were fol
lowed by General Ordwa and the
, staff of the National Guard of tho D!s
f ..trlct of, Columbia. It was now about
12 o'clock, and tf.y following half him
wwi'devotcd to tre reception ofdi'Tu-
cntftdcial commbwongs and tho of
ficers of tho expeutiru departments
' and the Grand Aimyoftho llepublle.
Tliere was u great crow.d of people
ti in line waiting to pay their respects,
: and it was not until ncailyS o'clock
. that" tho reception camo to a close,
Tho Vice-President alid Mrs. Morton
received at their residence from 12 to
2 o'clock. They wcro assisted by a
" number of ladles, and tho list of callers
included nearly all tho officials who,
previously visited Jho Wlutq House.
In accordance with the usual custom
if... CZf..nt n.... if Cf.iti fri..t o 1ii.filfn a,
, , mu uvvtiuii ii... u &uiv ut(.(nAM-T&
l ifv '''(jjj'lnhonor of. the' members' of tho diplo
matic corps Immediately after they hnu
paid their respects to tho President.
". 'Jho breakfast was followed by a re
ception, which was largely attended.
Largo icccptious were nKo had by the
ladles and families of -other nioiobpri?
of the Cabinet. Mrs. Crisp, wife of
the Speaker, 'and Mrs. Elkins did not
TWO MOKIi KTATKS.
Utah, nml Sow Mexico risen ring on
lCntcrinir the Union.'
Tho matter Is practically settled, if
reports uro true, that Arizona and
Oklahoma are to have stato govern-
inentH granted by tho present congress.
KTltcrc is no written agreement to this
effect, but It is stated ou good author-
ily that a crbal understanding has f
,.A !?cn reached between tlio leadingyllo-JiLI
3,4 liubllean aiiilDenio'er.itlc niciiiborjj who v
liavoybcen interesting themtclvcs dl
le'ctlv in statehood matters sluco tho
present congress camo together. Tho
committee on lcnitoiJc9 cs inadc .up
in tho scnuto tnvors this plan, nml the
liou-o committee will probably ho wade
up to correspond in vlo3..vilh the
.senate body. Presldei.t IIiutImui favors
tho 'admission of these two tun Holies,
and tills Is tho real reason why I hoy
have been selected and .the other appli-
cants put aside. When
yoned thero w:is a largo number of
Utah and New Mexico boomers there,
ready to secure statu government for
their respective localities. Their phuii
had all been laid to pack tho committco
in their favor, ami thoy were confident
of success. But President Harrison
soon put an end to their schemes by
making oven successful work on their
part fruitless. Ho declared that ho
would veto any bill which proposed to
mako states out of Utali and New Mex
ico. His objection to Utah was that
that territory had not yet enjoyed for a
sufficiently long time, while New Mex
ico, ho said, has not a sufficiently largo
number of American citizens within its
borders. This declaration put a sud
den end to efforts of tho boomers from
theso teiritorlcs. Tho niwt niovo was
a combination between Arizona and
Oklahoma. ' This was reported to the
President, wild ho at once iutimatcd
that "inch a statehood bill would bo
satisfactory to him. Tho leading Re
publicans and Democrats hayo declared
themselves in favor of tlds measure,
and thero will probably bo two now
stars upon our "textile fabrio" tlag be
fore tho end of tho session.
I'lro nt 1'cacli SprlK.
On Satuiday night, Uio'.'Cth Inst., nt
9 o'clock, tho roundhouse at Peach
Springs was discovered to be on fire.
Mr. Uabson, whoso office is quito near
tlio roundhouse, and so situated that
ho can sec into tho building, discover
ed tlio firV which originated In tho pit
beneath one of tho locomotives then In
the building. Immediately over cf
foi t w as made to extinguish tlio flames
and at the samu time tlio engines wcro
gotten out with nil possiblo speed.
'Iho locomotives were all saved but the
building was a complete loss.'' Itailroad
men are divided in opinion as to what
course the company will pursue, bid
nearly all are of the opinion that the
roundhouse will not bo rebuilt nt that
place but will be transferred to King
man. If this is done tlio roundhouse
and machine shop at the Needles will
also bo transfer! cd to' tuts place. This
will make tho division from Williams
to Kingman- just about tho "proper
length while the Needles end of the
division .would necessarily bo moved
further wcstwai d , Other railroad men
think that a long division will bo made
from Williams to tlio Needles. The
latter is the least piobablo surmise of
tho. two. Mohavc-Mincr.
A IIAII..IIOAD WllKCK.
Tho Itcsult of the Cnrclcssneou
A disastrous wreck occurred on the
joint track of tho Denver, Texas and
Fort Worth and Union Pacific Hail
roads a few miles north of Grancro's,
a small station midway between Pueblo
and Trinidad, 200 miles south of Den
ver. The road had been blocked by
snow for two dajs, and when the
blockade was raised Friday morning
two double-header trains were started
one from the north and tho other from
tlio south, Tho elation agent failed to
deliver the. dispatcher's order to the
northbound train and tho two trains
camo together from opposite directions
with a terrible crash. Fireman II.
Grubb of Denver was instantly killed,
and Mall Clfiiks Walcntt, Erhelt and
Evans badly injured. Tho trains were
heavily laden with passengers, but as
far as learned they escaped serious in
juries. The four engines wore badly
WK't'fced, tin. four mail cars are a total
loss and a baggage car was nearly
demolished. The station agent disap
pealed after the wreck atid has not yet
Bulnc tho 'Western Union.
A stilt for damages to the 'amount of
?12,000 iftts been begun by Mrs. Ncl
son Balbridgo of Sanla Anita, Califor
nia, against tho Western Uulon Tele
graph Cohipany ju Ohio.
The plaintiff alleges that dmlij).io
first week In September last, her bus
band was visiting at Columbus, O.,
and being taken suddenly ill, tele
graphed her to como at once, to his
bedside. Tho messago was not deliv
ered until a week after it was sent and
.before A"rs,.vJalrhlP, roiiTd arrive in
Uoluminu licr uusbamj vv.ls (fcatl, tjjio
further alleges that her husband wish
ed to Inform her personally as to his
largo business interests and loans, and
that by not being with him in his last
hours sho lost much in property, and
fjiu kjiopk to litr system has been such
as to render fer an invalid,
. Sho says that soino of tho best law
yen In Ohio and California tell , her
sho lias a good case and vitojntances
where verdicts have been given tijion
complaints similar to hqrs.
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Onlr 300. Dottpatd.
UIBHl mi SI
Inherited by few, Is pure blood, free
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for this purpose. the ono best
known and approved is Ayer's
Sarsaparilla, the compound, con
centrated extract 'of Honduras bar
saparilla, and other powerful ultera
tivos. "I consider that I liave been
ieur: littmlrcil itollan' expense, by usiiir
Aer's SarsaparllU, 'anil wouM stroncly
urgo all wlio are trolibleil with lameness or
rheumntlc ivtliis togivo Itatilal. 'I amsnro
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Dr. J. W. Shields, oj SmlthMlle, Tcnn.,
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miny woiutcrtiil cutes'cltected by lt use."
'Tor many cars I as laid up s llli Scrof
uln, no treatment being ot nay beneflt. At
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Sarsaparilla a trial. I did so, and
about a tloien bottles, was restored to per
fect health neighing 2 pounds and am
now a bellcur It the merits ot Ajer'sSana
parllla." Janus l'etsy, Mine lloss, llrck
enridgo Coal Co. (Limited), Victoria, Ky
"My niece, parah A. '.osec.was tor yinrs
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About is months ago. sho began to i.so
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cr. etc.. continues to wrlto fonts anddurln '
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Tfi AnZODl Catl'B C-..-,
Eaugo, Ban Fr nrlioi
Ear market aHt IP each ear: hore and males
llrlalithip; IncrcasnAIonleftshouldor. l'.U
-ddrrts, FUeataff, Aril. Johm V. 11H01DE9
T - Iloraes with thla brand
ft Hara the proprt7 ot thi
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y'P. O. addrew, Chab
McMillan & goouwin.
T brand on rUht side ot nose. Ewes, crop la
rlvht and split in each ear; wethers, crop in Isfl
and out split in each ear. Hnge, thrae mile
oonh nt Flagstaff. P. O. address, Flacstaff,
Horses and mnlcs
branded as above on
the left thigh belong
to the undersigned.
Itange on Btone
man's LaVe and JIo.
ARIZONA LTTMBEB 00.
Foe tolBce ad
branded as In
Cattle numbered consccptlvely on, It ft cheek.
DKANKEN. FINSIE & DUiNNEN.
Cattle branded as in'
cat on left side, nn-j
derslopo In both ears.
I dewlap cut upwards. .
vJ -ja mm.B
IT M t
Ear marks, sawell la "5-
lef t and swallow fork .
Poet office address,
riagsUS, Yavapai Co,
Hones branded on
tbo left shoalder.
ltango from Aiu
creek to the eammlt
of tho Mogollon
JAS. L. SLACK.
llangfl.olght and one-i
half miles soathwest1
Cattle are branded as
In ent; ear marks, nn
dsrbit in each ear;
horses with same Iron
on left thigh. '
PoHoIBoe address, Flag
lunge, Ulark's Valley,,
Uoollnn moon tains. '
Brand as abovo cot.
All yoans stack brand
ed on both aides, with
swallow fork and nn
derbit in each ear; also
1 own the fiilluwin:
Hoot. T. a U, anywhere on
ins sius or animal
Hoat CAttJa. road itmnd IV
f on rlshtsiJe; T cattle oU oa right eide; hon&
7 sWaHf1 sT s?
UIBUls, V V
JA& A. VAIL.
Itaags eight mites
southeast of Flagstaff,
Cattle branded J V
on left ribs; ear marks.
square cot on right
ear, over slope on left
Postofflce aildress. Flagstaff, Arizona.
Ilorfo nnd uulo brand on left hip as showu
ent. bhecp: ewes, hole in 1U ear and split in
the ristt: wethers, reverse that of ewes; r m
brandnd F on horn . ltango near Mormon I Jit
llocollon Mountains. PoslolHca address. Flac
Flagstaff, A. T.
Itange, Ban Francis,
All cattle branded ni
In cut are the property
of, the1 undersigned,
ynd also nil rattls
biuu.cd with bar K.
cs In cut and '.wallow
fork In each' cur b--'.ng
to tlio und r
lifctiB-o, Jfn Fr t
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