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FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA, THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 1896.
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There's nothing we know of lays over a
good mince pie this time of year. The same
can be truly be said of our lumber.
The - Prices -
THE ARIZONA LUMBER & TIMBER CO.,
G. N. BfTY
Has secured the agency for Alfred Peats' Prize
Don't fail to see the 61,000 prize designs for this year.
They are the handsomest and most artistic papers in
the market and are better made than those of any
The New York World says: "None so beautiful, so per
fect or offered so cheap."
The Chicago Tribune says: "They will be in great de
mand by people of artistic tastes."
The Boston Globe says: "Handsomer and better made
than papers that cost three times as much,"
400 SAMPLES TO SHOW YO.U,
Representing a stock of over 2,000,000 rolls
of all grades.
Legve, JSarrje at George Goffirs at)d flAr. Baty
vOill Gall With Samples. """
THE BANK HOTEL
THE LEADING. HOTEti.OF
Tourists ahd commercial; traveler's will find the
above named t hotel complete in all the modern im
provements of the day. The management will spare
no pains to cater to the wants, of his pa'trons,
BY THE DAY
Also Dining Roojn attached, where nothing but
the best the market affords is .served to Guests,
T. JT. Cbaltery Prop,,
W the D3lioaoia3 of the Saisju Fra3a frjm the Jlw'sat,
' ' You aro invitad to oall and inspaot my Stock
Are - Right.
Prize design patternsplO cents per
roll and' up.
. Good Kitchen paper, 3 cents per
roll and up.
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WEEK OR MONTH.
.CMA8. A. KELLER, PmopwiBTon.
" GAKDIES, NOTIONS, ' ' TOBACCO,
' STATIONERY, CIGARS,
Belligerent Talk Again' Crops Up
.V Proposition to Mnkcn Topocrnph-
lcul Mnp of (lie United Stntes That
Would Cover 025 Acres .Y lilt
of Presidential News.
- rilOM OUH lIEQUI.AU'COnilKHrONDENT.l
Washington. Apiil 28. No intelli
gent iiiiiii could li:t lici'ii in Wnslilnjr
Inn litis week without being convinced
of tlm 1 1 tit It of the adage "Extremes
meet." The 300 prominent citizens
representing 38 slnlrs, who came to
Washington In pti-h along Ihe idea of
compulsory ill liitnilioii i.f iiihTimlioiiiil
dispuiis, with met 13 llm Venezuelan
question, which has again ' assumed
lllle.lll'lllllg l-tll IIII1I8 by I'fiisoll of
l.oul Salisbury's latest mmintinicitiioii
icfllsin'g llic pjopnsals of this govern
ment ami llm consequent icucwnl of
war talk anion;; belligerent congress
men. Anil they nihil fotiml cnngiess
men talking of declining war njruiiist
Spain li('('iiu-i! of I ln reported scclct
wxfi'iitinn of Waller Dygcii, n outig
Aini'tiraii who has been in n Cnli.in
plisoii ami whoso iclcasc had ht'i'ii
MusUirI. promised i In; slain depart
nii'iil. Notwithstanding these draw
li, uk. I lir nihilialinn conference mi.i
a success, ami was n long step towaiil'.
tin- iiilnptinu of a policv of iiili'iialion
li, this government wherever pos-i'de.
Tin- A. P. A. light in llir house inav
In- lellfWell wliell till' Senate illllellll-
nii'iii allowing two enrs to change the
Indian M-clsiiiau school; into govern
Iltclll Schools collies lip. Till' A. 1. A.
ini'ii ill tin- Iiiiim- succeeded in pin I iujr
,i proviso in this hill foi bidding ihe
p.iwuiiil of uil.illiif 1 3 tin gmi'i iiiiii'iil
lo Imliaii schools uliii'li Mi' iiiiiIit m'c
iiiiian iiiaiiafini'iit. ninl it is Ihoiiht
that llif.i -will I'l-fiiMi to accept the
i'iuiti' iiini'iiilnii'iit as the roiiipromiM'
il u;l-, illlrliili'll o i.f,
Oni' of tin- lll"s uiiiqllf p-iipiplliiin-rvi'l'
Mihniillt-tl tn i-iilijl .- U foiilainril
in thu ti'Milntion olTi-icil hy Sriinlor
C'.iiiiioii, of Uiuli, piiniilln for an
inquii into tin; fiMsihilily of tin-cnii-NliiU'liou.
ni'.ir Wnliinloii. of a liipn
gr.iphif.il m.ip of i In- Unilril Jsiiilc" on
a scili' of nun iiii'h to the niili it iliil
hoi iiitiI tint ipi'L't'h of Si'iiatnr Ciiiinoii
in faMir of his irMiliilioii to cuiiNiiii'i
an) hoily thai stirh a map would giw
ill'l all oliji-fl li'Ssiiunf Ihoappraraliri
of mir C01111I13 jiscoiiIiI nol lie ohtaitit'il
li) U'nia of hLlill)liig piintctl m.ips, hill
uhcllirr it is fi-asi1 lu to nuke ami
'uiainlniii m'ii'Ii a map is tin- lii&t. tiling
to bu citiibiili'i fd. Aceoiding to Mr.
Cannon's own llynri-n tlm map umilil
rover C25 ni'i'i'M. As il conlil ma In
c.ui'it'il it umilil hu nt'i'osary to con.
sititi't tin- map of smne .sort of wi-alhui
ii'sUling inati-rial, ami as all tlm livi-is
ami laki'tiiiiK to huuliown hyiual wali'l'
il wolilil Inn t! to be mailcof Miiui'thin
that woiihl ml i:ih aay. That it
woulil In) a giiml thing to h,in thrrti is
mi ilonlit, but, liki! si mi i: otliur good
lliingH, It may be '.no costly for cvny
The iiveiago politii'in is a gullihlii
iniliviiUnil, ami llm iin.ui prouiini'iit lie
is the mill u gullililo-liH-uppi'iii-fl Id br.
This statriiU'iit uiiiy appear to lie some
what strong, but it is fully proven l.y
the 1'iise uitli whifli two slick-lougiifil
uotori'd individuals, claiming a pull
nilh the voters of the race,"
"loui'licd" Senators Hill and' Allison,
and Hepi'eciitaliv(! Grosveuor of Ohio,
who is the custodian of the Washing
toii end of iheMeKiulei boom; am) the
queerest p. ill of ihu transaction whs
that when the frauds were exposed
nlidcoiifiontud by (he three gentlemen
they.Juul "wotked"' lii'il lici' of lliell)
Would aglee to projieclile the ni-i'itN,
but all ofhem aglced in niUising the
chief of the Capitol pollen to let llieiu
go willi a waiiiing in keep away fiom
the'Ciipilol building, Such advice was
in the miliiieof an oritur iiimI nu. of
course, followed. Certainly ihH bare
fact that two unknown colored men,
with no better credentials than llmir
own claims to control voles, could get
mone from these men l proof eimuv'U
of Ihe eiilliliiliij f politiei.ii4. Tl.e
calhd themselves ilemiM'i'als when IheV
weiil Iosco Senalur Hill, and ejaimed
finlUeJcu 'lu Nuyyyojk. ,Tk- vtciu
republicans when they saw the oilier j
The nio.sl starillnghit of preshleiiiial
news of the week is a slon thai if I he
leiuocralie silver men control the Chi
cngo cunveutiou they may nominate
Senator Cameron, of Pennsylvania, for
piesideul. Accoidiiig to llm story, Mr.
Caiucrott 1ms been sounded in u diplo
matic wav by democratic silver sella
tuis us to whether he would accept the
Humiliation, and the belief is lh.it he
would. Those who regard the story as
probable point to Senator Cameron's
icceut slatemeut In Ills Pennsylvania
friends that he did not wMi lo he belli
in the lepublicaii national convention
as a delegate. They think this indi
cates a desi.e on his part lo he left
f i en In act as lie pleases in the presi
The May .utiles' Home Journal.
An attractively seasonable flavor per
vades the L'ulies' Houiii Journal" for
Max, the i Icli bounties of spiilig being
presented In poetry, in pi use ami in
pleliiie. Among the more conspicuous
features in lids direction, aside from
the dainty cover, which gives a sug
gestion of having been linulipil with
llm brti'hof a watcr-eolorNt, is a draw
lug 1 1) W. Hamilton liibsou, illustrat
ing Kin nk Dempster .Sherman's poem,
foil's Miracle of May." KatOu'eiia
away also conn Unites a page of her
winsome little people lo illustrate a
poem, In Spiiuglime," by Laura
K. Iticli.irds, while photographs lend n
pictorial interest to mi article, "From
Laurel to Aster," in which Nancv
Mann Wndille, with the ctilliiisiaiui ol
a true lover of nature, tells of the
beauties of IhcAvllil floweis of spilug
and summer. Among the papers along
mole Seliotls lines is e. Plcillelll Ilai
ilsou's piper mi This Country of
Ours," in which he discusses inosi
liieidlv the president's p.uticipatioii in
1 1 -:ily making anil his exeletie of the
vein. Also Dr. Phi kl'iii si's paper on
SlwirWo Send Our Boy lo College?"
Kdwanl V. link ediloiiall coushl
eis llm decline of the "women's en
larged tippm (unities movement; sug
gests n cliange in gills' school com-
lllellcemellt exercises, llllll urges lliell
to iiiuke provision for I hose depemleul
upon them, advocating life insurance.
Among the ilitxtrated articles of
espeeial feminine interest is one de
tailing aiitlioriiatively the newest
fahions in siaiiotiery, in visiting cauls
ami in ilecor.it ions for willing paper
ami envelopes, ami another telling all
.ibotit M.uin Antoiuetti! embroidery.
The M.iy 'Journal," both lu a lil
etary and pietoiial way, is an admir
able iiligaziue. By the Cm lis Pub
lishing Coinpany, Philadelphia. One
dollar per year; ten cents per copy.
The Ash Fork Tragedy.
A ti.igedy was enacted fifteen miles
subtli of Ash Fm k Fiidnv morning, in
which Philip MeD.iii.iUI was killed bv
McDonald has a most unenviable
reputation ami Is creditiil wild having
killed tlneo men in Ids eaieer. Ho
was of a niuct quiirielsome dispnsiiion
.iml long sought lo pick a quarrel with
Abshirn ngilnst whom he had a griev
ance. II also Hied to pick quarrels
with Abshlre's men, hut never suc
ceeded in provoking them lo light.
As near as can he learned thu trouble
that led to the Inking of McDonald's
life arose over tlm right of Abbiiu to
use the water ill the Tuiiks" over
which McDonald claimed to have pos
sesion, and which are located about
ten miles south of Ash Fork. Abshinf
is a sheep man and McDonald is a
catlli) mini, and over the mingling of
the two stock inlciests Is prnbahh
where the loiibe oiiglunll.v Marled,
'llm ivvn hidiis.il ies. are inimical to
each other, so muc1is that they clash
in hostility evervwhero.
Circus Without (iiimblvrs.
No gamblers or swindlers of anv
class whatever ur tolerated by the
blent Wallace Shows. Second class
and lufiihir nggiegallons make the
swindling operations the principal
part of iheir business, ami some of
litem have a show only as a blind for
unscrupulous followers. Thev make
Hie peifonnance a secondary cnn.
sideraliou. Such shows are lo he.
given a vvidi) berth. T, Wallace
Sl,mv I'einir of this chanicler. ha
its performance of the best iilidgivis
value for money received for mlniix.
Mutt.. Wjlk.Ab.juii uii'lastuff Mu-16.
LEVI STRAUSS & CO.
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OVERALLS AND SPRING BOTTOM PANTS.
EVERY GARMENT GUARANTEED.
EMPLOY OVER 33Q GIRLS.
THE LAND LEASE BILL.
A Copy or the Much Talked of. Hill
Itecelved by Governor I rmiklln.
The full text of the measure is as
An act to authorize, the leasing of
lauds for educational purposes in
tl fi ... , "iiiiiinieu .soiuiiiu j iiuisoav ov votiioji
He It enacted by the senate anil'.. ...
house of representatives of the United
Stales of America in congress assem
bled: That the lands reserved for univer
sity put poses and all of t lie school
laud in the Iciritory of Arizona, re
served hy law for school purposes,
may be leased under such laws and
legiihillons as may hereafter be pre
crilieil by the legislature of said ler
litmy, but until such legislative action
the governor, secretary of the leni
lorv and supeilnlemleiit of public in--iriiction
shall constitute a board for
lealug of said lands, under the rules
iinil tcgulatioiis heretofore presciibed
bv the secretary of the interior for the
.espective purposes for which the said
. eserv a....,,, were made, except I hat ,. j
hall not be necessary to submit said
l.-ases to ihe secretary of the iutciior
for Ins approval; and all necessary ex
penses ami costs incurred in the leas
ing, management ami protection of
s.iid lauds ami leases 111:13' be paid out
of the proceeds dciived from such
And it shall be unlawful to cut. re
move or appropriate in any way any
limber growing upon the lands leased
uuilcr the provisions of ibis act, ami
not more than one section of I. mil
shall be leased to any one pel sou, cor
poration or association of peisons, and
no lease shall he made for a longer
period than Urn vears, ami all lenses
shall tei initiate 011 the inlmi-si.in of
said ten itory as a stale, ami all nioiiev
leceiveJ on account of such leases in
excess of actual expenses ueees.n il
Incut red in connection with the cxe
ciillon thereof shall he placed lo Un
ci edit of the public school fund of said
teiritory. and shall not lie used for
any other than public school purposes;
provided, that the ptoceeds of leases
of university ami normal school lauds
shall bo placed lo the credit of i.e,p.(Vate
funds for Hie use of said institutions.
Upon tin punted copy of the bill re
ceived are tlm following endorsements:
"Received by the President Mai eh
Note by tlm depattment of stale:
Thu foregoing act having been pn
sented to the IVesfdent of the United
Slates for ills approval and not having
been relumed by him In the house of
congress in which it originated within
tlm lUue prescribed by the constitution
of the United Stales, has become a law
without liis approval.
"The above is a true copy of the
otiginal as certilied by llm depai Uncut
of slate. E. Womback,
Those who were candidates at the
recent election should 1el11c111ber1h.il
the law requires "every one candidaie
voted fr" lo file a statement of their
cxpenilituresby May 6. This law is a
good one and every honest citizen
should uphold it. This is the first
election it hits affected and ifitjscn
fotced now llm law wiil bo greatly
,sl reiigi bened ami its restraining influ
ence over fill me elections will hn much
enhanced, 'li Is impliedly, of com m,
the duly of the public prosecutor to
biiugsuit against each one failing to
obe.V tlm law, hut Ihe best way to
.ieetire its enforcement is for all Von-ccine-d
to adopt its spirit and comply
with its leqniicuieiils.
Will Benefit Coconino County.
Not iiliniu Flagstaff, but .very por.
tioit of the cointy. Wo refer lo nitr
foiilicoming profusely and haiulsnm..v
Illustrated Special Edition. If y,,
have propel y h,.,-,., (, ,;lVu mV
hiteivsiK, If vou itrnneit!.i'ii and voter,
J behooves Volt to help make it a sue-"
w"VC 1 -
Attgustln Lloya slmtaud killed D.tlce
Notnbres at Mnrenci last week,
f Cliiis. t. Huff of Tucson wis in No
gales last week putting in a tclephono
Theodore Dill, a Nog.iles b ukeeper.
: i ... .t..:.i.. 'i'i i.... i .i...-
Mid Jones was exonerated at IVes
cottThursday for the killing of Hank
Winnie at Cherry creek.
'J'houiiivei'sity of Arizona has now
enrolled 105 students, more, than half
ot whom ate frottr distant parts of the
Judge Hetllliner'iltlinllll still enn
liued to his room tin greater part of
the lime, has nearly recovered from
The Wildman, Pctcis. Goldman Co.
of Teinpe made an assignment Thurs
day to James McNeil. Liabilities,
$S7,2liO; assets, $77,000.
II. C L'llta eominllled snleidn bv
,,,; pl, ,x TllIrw,.v ,,,,.
, f ;sl Wwk j,..,,.,, WM n
veiirs of age and came to Phoenix
from Kansas in September last.
Thus. Connors, a ID in about twenty
live e.iisof ag..', sulfated in the county
j lil about 6 o'clock Wednesday tnorn
iug by cutting bis throat with a razor.
He had been on a pifltr.ictcd spree.
Pima county stockmen complain of
the ilepieiUtliins of Indian cattle
thieves. They claim to have been,
damaged to the extent, of $100,000 ill
the past three ve.irs by the stealing of
the Papago Indians.
The A p:n lus, Nnv.'ijos, Coconinos
mil Mohaves, all peaceably incl'lled,
p.isM'd Ihioiih this morning en route
lo the big pow vvuiv at Phoenix. The
Yavapais leave to-mmrolv, ami II is
useless to .saj Ihey have Iheir war
paint 011. Jnurunl.Miucr.
Thomas Collins, sou of Henry Col
lins, was accidentally killed last week
on the load leading from Clifton to
H.11 pm's sawmill. Deceased fell fro 111
his wagon coming down a steep hill
ami the. wheels passed over him. kill
tug him instantly. Bulletin.
The Walhip.ti Indians will li ivo to
bunt jaekrabliils this 3 car, as thu
Iiidiau department has refused to give
llieui a intinti of beef. Owing to the
cotiliiflicd dry wiathcr the rat ciop wilt
also be light this v,car and the usually
fat and juicy chlickawala Is :i thill as
a chinch sand winch. The lot of the
poor Wallapai is indeed hard. Miner..
Rev. Alfred Quoin, of the Catholic
chinch in ibis city, 11 tireless and in
domitable vvoikcr in the cause of
religion, and an earnet advocate In
iinuliiiig to build up the community
he labois in, will soon leavo for his old
home in France to recuperate. This
level end gentleman has made many
friends among nil classes in Piescott,
wlio sincerely hope that on his return
ilie beiiclits received by Ills vacation
will be readily felt Journal-Miner.
Thu great tunnel on Ihe Ilamilton-Polaiul-Bell
mines, Rig Rug district, is
now in over 1600 feet. This tunnel,
together with other workings, show a
continuous ore body of 2JJ0 feet'. Tlm
ore is high grade, averaging 63 pur
ton, silver ami lead predominating;
the average width of tin: pty streak la
20 inches. When Iheluiiuel and other
woik laid out .shall have been com
pleted, the mines will hav been most
sVMemaiicalh developed. Henry Mur
phy, a practical mining man, is super
mmrr "!Ci "
Send lllelliu names and addteses of
three of more good canvassers, with 23
cents in postage slumps ami I will mail
J mi copy of "The World Family Regis
lel" neatly lulled, packed and postage
prepaid, lli.tt M'lls evervwhero for
$1. Elegantly engraved, size 22J.X28J.
It cost 2000 to pioditcc.
Address R. II. STROUS.
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