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FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA, THURSDAY, APRIL 2, 1896.
There's nothing we know of lays over a
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can be truly be said of our lumber.
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WEEK OR MONTH.
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Sharp Parliamentary Taotios on
the Cuban Kesolutions.
Congress Mny Adjourn til tire EnrJy
'- 1'urtor.Mny Tribute to the Late
Uenernl Cnscy-Silvor .Men
Express Their Delight.
PROM OUIl IIEOULAR COllHtSPONBENT.l
Washington. Mm i-li 27 Silver men
in Coiignss express tin in.-elves as
being delighted with the latest linan
cia phase of Hiti campaign for t lie Ke
iiiblii'iin piesideuiial iioiiiiiiiition.
When Hip Oliio )l:ilfonn was put out
they, were aim moil over the prospect
of another straddle bj the national con
veiition, hut tlio declaration of the
New Yoik 'convention for gold, which
il "i uiidciMnod is to bo followed by
all the Eastern Slates, hiis caused litem
to believu that tliu St. Louis conven
tion will lako n decided slaud one win
or thu other, and lliat is what theys.iy
they watit to see. As the Si. Louis
convention will lie the fiist one held
its linaueial plunk will be very impor
tant to-the other conventions, if U is
not a straddle.
There aru tricks in parliamentary
laelics as well as in other tiades, and
I he Senators who have been lilibuster
ing to prevent & vote on the Cuban
resolutions fell Into one when they
allowed I lie resolutions to be sent back
to conference. They might if so dis
posed have staved off a vote for the
rest of the session by tiliug the Senate
out with talk every time an attempt
was made to gel a vote, lint when the
resolutions were sent back to confer
ence Iheir power y.as gone, 'i'lio con
ference had only to agree to the orig
inal Senate resolutions and to get that
agreement ratified by the Ilou.se to end
ihe matter so far us Congress is con
cerned. Senator Plait was doubtless eucng
iug iu a little game of bluff when he
offered that resolution providing for the
adjournment of Congiess on May 2d,
but it has been clear for some time
that the leaders on both the Repub
lican and Democratic sides had made
up (heir minds that tho appropriation
bills would be about all the legislation
accomplished at this session, and were
woikiugto un'iig about adjournment
as cully as possible. The Administra
tion is also anxious for an early ad
journment, i'hat the people want
legislation doesn't count with any of
them it seems.
Senator Davis of Minnesota has had
lo stand considerable joking from his
colli agues this week because of the
sudden eudiugof Ids presidential boom.
He has taken it good man redly. His
personal friends knew of his intention
lo withdraw several weeks' ago.
Tilings in school appear uproariously
funny which would not laise eeu a
smile from the scholars elsewhere
Congress is iu that respect u school,
ihu only difference being that the
scholars are all grown up aud Ihe
teacher has no power to punish those
who are refractory. Senators Peller
and Chandler had a little controversy
over the item iu an appropiiatiou bill
which provides for barbels for the
Senators, w iiich excited shouts of
laughter. Senator Chandler said that
Senator I'effor was independent of
barbers. but that most of his col
leagues were uot. The barbers were
not Stricken ou(,. Thu boys in the
House end also had tici' ftn, Amos
Cuminings placing the role of fim-inakcr-iu-chicf.
Mr. Cummings took
thu iii 1 1 providing a penalty for selling
llquois under a false brand as a text,
Ho said lio favored the bill, not as a
protection to tho Government reveuue,
.but because of his experience in bujing
for a sick frieud" a bottle of a well
known, brand of brandy. Instead of
being what he had bought it for thu
compound iu the bottle turned out to
be u mixture of wood alcohol, whisky
audstrjchiilite, which his sick friend's
doctor said would kill a,t forty rods..
Ho was opposed to selling such stuff,
and the House agreed with him aud
passed thu bill.
Much ado about nothing" just tits
the debate iu the House which pre
ceded the passage of the bill, already
passed by the Senate, repealing the
laW" jvhiell forbids ex Confederates
holding couiuiissious iu the United t
Stntes arm'. There wns'only one op
ponent of tho bill Representative
Boutulle of Maine but he can talk a
lot when he gels started, ami it takes
very little to start him.
The total amount carried by the
naval appropriation bill, which was
this week reported to the House,
reaches the goodly sum of 181,611,034.
Slill there are people who believe that
this couutry will uever engage in an
Si'hf-onimittees have been appointed
by Ihe House and Senate Pacific rail
roads commitices for the purposo of
trying to agiee upon one bill to be re
ported to both House aud Senate for
the settlement of the debts due the
Government from those roads.
General Thomas Lincoln Casey, U.
S. A., retired, who died suddenly
Wednesday afternoon, left a reputa
tion such as few engineers, especially
those in the public service, have at
tained. Among the notable public
wo.ksof which he had charge were
the Washington monument, the State,
War aud Navy Department buildings
aud the new National Library building.
uow'almiSt completed. It is said of
him that he uever in any work dune
under his supervision exceeded his ad
vance estimates of the cost. Although
ou tho retired list General Casey was
by special act of Congress drawing the
full pay and allowances of a brigadier
general lu active service In return for
his services as superintendent ot the
End of the March Term Caaea
posed of During the Week.
District Court for tho March term
closed ou Saturday. The criminal cal
endar was cleaned up with the excep
tion of one case, that of Amado San
doval, charged with murder. The
following cases weru disposed of:
Jed Smith aud Salvia Smith vs. H.
D. Ross, administrator Case dismissed
for want of prosecution.
Lizzie Haskius vs. William Haskins
Bridget McDonald vs. John McDon
ald Divorce granted.
Al Grady vs. T. F. McMillan and
James Goodwin The jury relumed a
veidict of $1 damages for plaiutiff.
W. D. Powell vs. B. F. Pritchard
Execution stayed. until June 1, 1896.
Indigent witnesses were allowed ex
penses as follows: Mrs. Nettie Garcia,
flu' 75; Mrs. Sidney Smith, 5 60;
David Bliukeihoff, 2 25; J. H. Allen.
2 25; Jose F. Griego, $7 90; Waller
liogan, $26 60; Ernest A. Lee, $10; J.
H. Lee, $10; Stephen Heuard, $10.
M, Friedman vs. M. Altman Case
continued for tho term.
Eisemau Bros. vs. Lora Kloster
me)cr, administratrix Case dismissed
at plaintiffs1 cost.
Cap P. Smith vs. Arizona Central
Bank Case continued until first day
of August term.
Babbitt Bros. vs. A. T. Cornish,
Ti cusurer Coconino County Case con
tinued for the term.
J. H. llinkiiis el al. Vs. J. F. and
Belle Daggs Case continued for the
Iu the Williams robbery case the
defeudaut Robeit Irwin was found not
guilt) by the jury. Charles Daniels,
another of the defendants, had his ease
continued for the term. Ed Duran
was toiiud guilty by tho jury. Tim
O'Brien and Durau were sentenced
Saturday by Judge Hawkins to five
years in .the territorial prison,
Andy.Conuon, a native of Scotland,
was admitted to citizenship. CZ
Judge Hawkios, " Court Reporter
Stockton aud all the visiting attorneys
left Saturday night for their respective
homes. The next term of court for
this district will be held in Mohave
county, commencing Monday, April
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OVERALLS AND SPRING BOTTOM PANTS.
EVERY GARMENT OU HANTEED.
EMPLOY OVER G30 GIRLS.
Pivscott is organizing a mining ex
change. A. C. Lake has leased the Kingman
Another smallpox patient died at
Globe Lodge. No. 15, A. O. U. VV.,
has been organized with a membership
The work of allotting the lands of
ihe Gila Bend Indian reservation is
almost completed, and Mr. Bennett,
special allotting agent, will soon begin
the work of allotting the lauds of the
Salt River reservation.
The "Tribune" says preparations
are to be commenced at Florence for
the hanging of Jesus Lares, the mur
derer of the Dolls, father and sun, on
tho San Pedro. The executiou will
take place April 3d unless the governor
The building boom continues at the
new camp at Pearce, and people are
arriving daily. There are many
miners awaiting employment, aud for
Ihe present laboring men should not
ilock to the settlement In search of
The experiment station, Tucson,
Arizona, is desirous of obtaining line
specimens of fruits of all kinds grown
in the Territory, for tho purpose of
comparing the products of the differ
ent sections and illustrating the agri-
cultural resources of Arizona.
A conference between representa
tives of the several Indiau tribes, the
acting Indian agent and President Gar
laud of the Gila Valley, Globe &North-
ern railway, will be held at San Carlos
within a week or two to consider the
question of right-of-way to Ihe railroad
across the reservation. Globe Belt.
Judge Bethune is still stiffi ring from
the effects of a fall he received while
attending the last term of the Supreme
Court. The Tucson Star" says that
the judge will not be able to preside
at the term of District Court of Pima
county, aud that Judge Rouse will pre
side until thu opening of court in his
Contractor Hugh Burns is making
good progress on the foundation of the
Mercy hospital in West Preseott. The
building will be 40x160 feet in 'size.
The basement walls, which are being
built of rock, will be eight feet six
inches high, aud the walls of tho other
twostoiies will be built of brick.
Surveyor-General Rooskruge will
take charge of his office on April 1st,
the begiuniugof the next quarter. His
bond, which had been approved here
by tho United States attorney, was
sent ou to the commissioner of thu
land office, by whom it has been finally
approved. General Roskruge's com
mission is now en route. Star.
A building aud loan association has
been formed at Pima. This makes
three organized in the valley. Mr.
Springer will organize one at Soiomon-
ville and Clifton, if possible, and we
predict that he will be successful, as
our people never do anything by halves,
and they also realize the benefits to be
derived from such enterprises as this.
Fart Grant is making preparations
for a carnival on April 4th. About
$2.50 has been raised, principally among
the officers aud civilians, to be dis
tributed in prizes to the winners in the
athletic eveuts and games. Cowboy
sports, such as roping aud lying steers.
riding bucking bronchos aud trick and
fancy riding, will be the most impor
tant part of the programme. The day's
sport .will be followed by a graud ball
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crauberries, fruits, etc., at Coffins'. '" "
BEA, ESTATE TBANSFERS.
Tk following real estate transfers
were c-corded by C. A. Bush, recorder
of O)' o duo county, during the month
Vir tfi E. Frpas to M. W. Robinson
Lots 1 1 and 22, block 85. lots 1 and 2,
bloci: )1, town of Williams; $160.
M-itc'ell Bros. & Co. to Julius Ail
bincm Lot 3, block 6, Flagstaff;
C. I . McCormick and wife to Joseph
Park 3- All of lots Nos. 1 and 2, block
6. aid the north half of lots 1, 2, 3 and
4. btci: 33, townslte of Williams;
J. I . Hoskius to Arizona Central
Banl: 15E J of NW i. and the NE
of ib.J SW i. and the N J of the SE I
ofscM on 28. township 22 north, rauge
3 em ., r.bout 160 acres: $750.
P. .'. Branuen and wife to James
Treat--Lots 1, 6 and 7. block 30.
Brat u ill's addition to Flagstaff; $150.
Ui.l ed States to James L. Treat
Pate j to SE of section 34, township
20 U)i li, range 7 east, 160 acres.
N. ( . Layton, trustee, to Rosina E.
Wagu r L)ts 13, 14, 15 and 16, block
3 H, I 'vnsite of Flagsial; $10.
Ui I il States to Thomas Carter
Pate 1 to S J of SE and S of SW J
sect!) JO, township 20 north, range 8
east; 3 3) acres.
J. . Thurber ahd wife to Arizona
Lute.) r& Timber Co. All the lumber
'and i i cr on the S of SE aud the
S 1 f ,!io SW , sectiou 20, township
20. 1 it .e 2 cast; $100.
Tl 0 nas H. Carter to J. W. Thurber
Al 1 0 trees and timber on S of
SE 1 1 J S of SW section 30, town
ship 1 ; range 2 east; $1,000.
El if friend and wife to E. L. lor-ney--j,ots
18, 19, 20, 21 and 22, block
39. t iTisito of Williams $250.
T. I . Forney aud wife to James A.
John J-1 Lots 18 and 19 and S J of
lot 2). I -loek 39, tovvnsiteof Williams;
G. t. Hochderffer et a. to V. C.
Hocl.c" n-flVr Lois 17 and 18, block 5,
t.iwcs to of Flagstaff; $1,000.
ArvJl Ladles' Home Journal.
The 'Ladies' Home Journal" for
April liings tho grateful atmosphere
of la ny springtime, Albeit Lynch
paiu.ii;; "the flowers of the Held"
node'i j- graceful welcomes to one of
his ch .) acteristieally sweet, spirituelle
wome 1 a cover of daintily artistic
beaut; . It is au appropriate Enclosure
in wh.i to embalm some foud niera
oriei f Louisa May Alcott, who in a
series f letters to live little girls,
writcti al intervals from 1872 to 1886,
revet) 1 herself in a most interesting
and c ible way.
Gi r 3"al A. W. Greely's second and
coiic'i ding paper upon "The Personal
Side of Washington" presents the great
patr:o is a son, a busbaud, a business
man. i slave owner, a philanthropist,
and ies his view upon the soclo
ecoDDa'c topics that occupied the
thou 3 it J of the people of his day.
Jra 1 Gilmer Speed contributes a
time , and practical article on how to
orgm z-3 and conduct "A Village Im
prove j mt Society," aud the great
worh l.at can be accomplished through
sueh c)iniiiunity co-operation. Ex
Preiii ent Harrison's "This Couutry of
Ounr" nrtlele in the April "Journal"
disci; us "The Enforcement of the
Law,' 1 Dd shows with nice distinction
the '! tc3 and jurisdiction of the presi
dent A c inspicuous feature of of the April
"Jo J-ail" is a musical composition,
"Tie Colonial Dames Waltzes," by
John i'liillip Sousa. There is an abun
dant f.f illustrations by leading Amer
ican 1 Usls, and pictures of historic
Inle-i lepioduced from photographs
and trails. The Curtis Publishing'
Cortuy. Philadelphia. Ten cents
PVc. j ; $1 a year.
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