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CANDIES, NOTIONS, TOBACCOT
OUR WASHINGTON LETTER,
The President May Reoognize
Fight on the Naval Appi-oprla'lon
Hill Reatrlctlnu Foreign Labor
-McKinley Steadily Gain-
ritOM OCR BEOCI.AB COnitESrOKDEHT.
Washington, May 8. It takes two
to mako a bargain. Id adoptiug a
resolution pioviding for tho adjourn
ment of Congress on May 18, the
House lias only taken the first step
tow'aids n hirirain. Tho niiijoilty of
the House Wajs and Means committee
would much rather havi-Jiad the first
step taken h the Senate, hut as that
hod gave no indication of doing so
the rntiimitteciepoited the lesulution
which was adopted by the House
I'hiil it will not he mlopttvl hv tin
Semite in that slope inaj bo sol down
as cuiiaiu, as tho Senato will not be
ready to adjourn as e.irly as Thai." and
llicic aie iiumerous things which may
piecipilate a discussion that will pie
vent an catly adjouruiuuut, not the
least of which is the indisposition of a
uumber of senators to adjourn until
the l'tesidetit has lecoguized the bel
ligerence of the Cubans. This was
wdeed bv Senator Morgan when he
moved that his joint resolution direct
ing that resolution bo referred to the
committeo on Foreigu Relations, aud
said: "I hopo firm, energetic and de
termined action will be taken before
this Congress adjourns. I do not be
liovo Cougrcss can affoid to adjourn
leaving this ques'.ion in its present
state before the world."
The whole influence of the adminis
tration will be used to prevent any
fuilbcr action by Congress on Cuban
affairs. In fact, it is said that further
congressional action will result in up
setting a very carefully planned scheme
which Presideut Cleveland hopes to
carry through after Congress gets out
of the way. Just what this scheme is
has not been told by anyone who
could speak by authority, but vague
hints indicate that it may lead to war
with Spain, and that tho gathetingof
what is with oae or two exceptions
the most formidable fleet of fighting
vessels afloat, by the administration in
Hampton Roads, is connected with iu
Representative Amos Curamings of
New Yoik, will lose his well deserved
teputatiou for level headeduess if be
introduces a few more bills like the
oue be introduced this week to prohibit
the offering of gifts or pi izes in connec
tion with chewing or smoking tobacco
or cigarettes. What right has Con
gress to interfere if the manufacturers
of thwo or any other articles choose to
encourage their consumption by giving
something away? Now if there was
any way by which Congress could
absolutely stop the manufacture of the
stinking paper cigarettes the average
citizen would not be likely to question
its constitutionality, but the bill of
Mr. Cummings is calculated to increase
their manufacture by making it more
The old, old fight between the House
aud the Senate is on again. The pre
sent point in dispute is the number of
battle ships which hall be provided for
by the Naval appropriation bill. TIip
House originally said four, and the
Senato by an amendment reduced the
number to two. This aroused the ire
of the House and, after some sarcastic
references to the jingoism of the Sonato
a little earlier in the session, it refused
by tho decisive vote of 141 to 81, to
accept the Senate amendment and sent
the bill to conference. The Senatois
are so accustomed to having their way
in these contests that they seldom take
tho opposition of the House seriously,
but this may end differently; as" tnere
is a strong element iu the Senate which
sides with the House.
A bill to prevent Canadians coming
iuto tho United States to work during
the summer mouths and returning to
their homes in winter, has been favor
ably reported from the House com
mitteo on Labor. Its title is: "A bill
for the protection of Ameiican labor
and to establish additional regulations
Ex-Senator Waruer Miller is in
Washington trying to stem the cur
rent of opposition which 'has set iff
agaiust the Nicaragua canal, or rather
against any government aid or thV
present Nicaragua Caual company, but
be doesn't seem to be making much
headway. Whatever may bo done after
the presidential election, it is practi
cally certain that no Nicaragua Canal
bill will be passed at this session of
Two Populists Peffer and Butler
joined with twenty-nine Republican
Senators in serving notice on the
Fiuancc omuntteo that no tariff or
internal revenue bill could bo con
sidered at this session that did not
carry a clauso pioviding for an ade
quate duty on wool.
The McKinley tneu are tiot doing
au) thing to make tho men who op
posed his candidacy mad, but they
cannot help showing that they regaid
the contest as aheady settled when
many of their oppoueuts admit as
much pmat"ly, and those who weie
on the fence are fairly falling over
curb, other in their aiixiet) todeclaie
their allegiance to McKinley.
BEAL ESTATE TRANSFERS,
The following real estate transfers
were recorded by C. A. Bush, recoi der
of Coconino county, during tho month
J. M. Sauford, administrator, to W,
H. Henley Lot 9, block 6, Scott's
additiou to towu of Williams; $15.
W. H. Henley aud wife to C. B.
Hollo wa Lot 9, block 6, Scott's ad
ditiou to town of Williams; $100.
C. B. Uolloway and wife to J. A.
Johusou Lot 9, block 6, Scott's addi
tion to towu of Williams; $40.
. F. Pbelan to Esau Lamb All of
lot 18 and S J of lot 19, block 12,
townsite of Williams; $40.
Esau Lamb to Gallatin & Grose
All of lot 18 and S J of lot 19, block
12, townsito of Williams; $200.
J. A. Williamson to Theopbile
Schueider Lot 7, block S7, townsite
of Williams; $150.
It. H. Cameron, sheriff, to Neill B.
Field NE and N J, the SE J aud
NW and NE of the SW section
8, township 19 uorth, range 8 east;
also lots 20, 21, 22, 23, 24 and 25,
block 2 A, and lots 6 and 7 and the
west J of lot 5, towu of Flagstaff;
United States to James L. Dough
ertyPatent to E of NE , theNW
t of the NE , and tho NE of the
NW of section 10, township 20 north,
range 7 east.
Rebecca Maigcritch to George Mar
geritcb S of NW J and W of SW
J of section 20 north, range 7 east;
also S J of NE 1; and tho NW I of the
SE of section 20, township 20 noith,
range 7 east.
J. E. Jones, trustee, to Charles Mc
LeanLots 13, 11 aud 15, block 5 B,
townsite of Flagstaff; $30.
E. J. Babbitt, trustee, to Charles
McLean Lots 1, 2, 3 and 4, block 1
G, townsite of Flagstaff; $40.
United States to Dennis Dowd
Patent to SW J section 8. township 20
north, range 7 east.
N. Hudson and wifo to Fred Hudson
Lots 17, 18, 19 and 20, block 2 F;
also lots 5, 6, 7 and 8, block 2 G,
townsite of Flagstaff; $800.
R. E. Daggs to R. W. Bell Undi
vided one-balf interest in lots 15, 16
aud 17, block 21, towu of Williams;
R. E. Daggs to Mrs. Martha Hox
worth Lots 20. 21, 22, 23, 24 and 25;
block 2 A, one third of lot 5. and all
of lot 6, block 6, town of Flagstaff;
also tho NE J of SW of section 8,
township plat 19. range 8 east; and all
the timber on NE and SE J of the
NW of section 8, township 19 north,
range 8 east, containing 280 acres;
George Margeritch and wife to Ari
zona Lumber & Timber Co All the
'tree's hud lumber gtowiug'on the SE
of the NE J aud the NW i of the SE
J and NW of SW section 20. town
ship 20 north, lange 7 east; $1.
Susie B. Altman to Mellnda Burke-
Lot 6, block 8, Tabor Park addition to
town of Williams; $100.
H. D. Ri,ss to Broyles & Ross Lot
8, block 2, Scott's addition to town of
D. J. Brannon to D. M. Riordan
All of section 32, township 21 north,
rango 7 east; $1.
J. H. Hoskins to Arizona Lumber &
Timber Co Lots 3 and 4 and E J of
tw t section 30, township 21 nortbr
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OVERALLS AND SPRING BOTTOM PANTS.
EVERY GARMENT GUARANTEED.
EMPLOY OVER 3SO OIRLS.
THE APAOHE KID.
He Now Belongs to the Yuqul Tribe
The Ap.iche Kid, of whom so much
has been said anil written, and who
has been accused of killing numberless
white r: llleis this p.ist ear, is now
and h.is been for the past liftcen
months, located in the towu of Uch, a
Yaqui ullage in Mexico, and he has
alsomairied a Yaqui squaw aud be
come one of that lighting tribe of
Indians. The cause of the Kid's de
sertion from tho Apacho tribe is this:
About eighteen mouths ago the Kid
aud fourteen Chhicahua wariiors, who
had been raiding with turn in Souoia,
stealthily visited the San Carlos
reservation, aud during their visit
killed two white settlers in that icin
ity. This incensed the people, who
ihieateued vengeance upou the Apache
li ibc, who drove the Kid and his follow
ers from the reservation, and told him
that he had kept them in trouble aud
danger for years and if he ever showed
his face ou Arizona soil again they
would kill him. The renegade, know
ing the threat would be carried out,
left for Sonora. joined the Yaqui tiibc,
took oue of their squaws, and has not
been in Arizona since.
The above was told to the "Gazette"
by Captain Bridwell, the oldest and
most reliable Apache scout that has
ever been in Arizona. Captaiu Brid
well further says that of the fourteen
renegades who were driven from Ari
zona with tho Kid eight hare been
killed by Mexican soldiers nud six are
now on the slopes of the Sierra
Madres, living with Mexican mescal
makers. This information was given
to Captain Bridwell by an Apache
chief, who for many jears has beeu a
warm friend of the scout Gazette,
A Terrible Accident.
Monday, about 3 o'clock, when the
train left Mesa City for Phoeuix. little
J. Roe Young, jr., son of the Indian
agent at Sacaton and brother of Con
ductor Young of.lhat train, was on the
train to accompany his .brother to
Phoeuix to meet his father. When the
train reached Tempo it stopped to
eouplo on somo cattle cars to bring
them to Phoenix, and considerable
switching was necessary to get tho
cars. The little fellow, who is about
8 years old, was standing in the door
way of the baggage car, which is
simply a box car. and opposite the
passenger coach, joking with some
Indians who were standing about the
ear on the side of the Hack. He could
not see tho cattle car whith was com
ing down the track in the rear. When
the cattle car struck the train it did so
with a great deal of force, there being
uo brake on it. The shock threw tho
boy backward and then forward out of
the doorway and between the baffgaee
car aud the coach. In falling his head
struck tho rail and before he could
move tho two forward wheels passed
over his head killing him instantly.
Your Physical Condition
Needs attention at this lime. If you
are tired, weak and nervous, it is clear
that your blood is impure, aud.wlthout
doubt there has been too much over
work or strain on brain and body.
The course of treatment for such a
condition is plain and simple. The
blood must first be purified so that the
nervous system, and iu fact all the
organs will be. fed upon pure blood.
Intelligent people without number
have testified that the best blood nuri-
flor, nerve tonic and strength impart
ing medicine Is Hood's Sarsaparilla.
Nervousness, loss of sleep and general
debility all vauish when Hood's Sarsa
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FRANCISCO - CAL.
PATRICK 0URLEY KILLED-
Struc); by a Passing Truln While
Ou Monday morning the body of
Patiick Curley was found lying along
side the A. &P. railroad track about one
mile c'itof iiom-k's tank, by a passing
freight traiu. The body was placed iu
the caboose by tho train crew and
taken to Navajo Springs, the nearest
station. At litst it was thought that
Curie- had been shot as there was a
wonud iu the head, but closer investi
gation proved that he bad been struck
by a passing train during the night
while 'valklug from Ilouck's tank to
Allant wn. Just how the accident
I h.ippei id will never be known, but it
is sup isd that be was walking on
the en of the ties when he was ntrui-k
and iu tiling his he id came in contact
with 1 1 cud of a tie thus causing his
Pat u.-ley was an eccentric charac
ter. 11 had been iu the employ of the
A. & t railroad for mauy years as
sectiot 'oi-enian, and at the time of his
death . is in charge of the section at
Allant vn. He had during bis life ac
cuinul ed considerable property and
his es .. c is valued at $40,000. Tho
body s brought to this place Tues
day fo jiu ial; The funeral took place
from 1 1 j Catholic church on Wednes
day ni ning at 10 o'clock. Tho
funcia was attended by a number of
his old friends from along the road.
Deciyjod was a native of Ireland,
about 4o jears of age. He leaves a
brother and sister iu Oiegon to mourn
his suddon death.
Held for Arson.
After two continuances, the hearing
of Lillie R.-id on the charge of arson
was hil'l last Saturday befote Justice
W. A. Parr. On account of the unusual
interest nboivu in the case, and in
anticipation of the ciowd which was
piesent throughout the day the pro
ceeding were conducted in La Prade's
hall, toe justice's office not beiug suffi
cientlj large. A large uumber of wit
nesses weie examined, and the case
consul'. cd the entire day and until 7
o'clocl- iu the evening. The defeudant
was be lud over to await the action of
tho gr.nd jury and placed under $750
bond, 'vhich she furnished.
Theio was no direct evidence as to
the coi.i illusion of the crime, but the
defeudtut was unfortunate in uot
being ublo to explain away a single
fact of the strong chain of circum
stantial evidence which the prosecu
tion hrd collected, it being proved that
defeud tut had removed and shipped
under a false name a considerable
portion of tho property which she had
insured for $1,100, and which she
agreed with the insurauce adjuster was
worth 1600. Of this property $400
worth was found and identified as tho
same upon which sho claimed insur
ance after tho Are. This, together
with other strong evidence and con
flicting Matemeuts made by defendant
was co sidred sufficient to warrant
the jtu ice in binding her over.
The Tenltory was represented by
George J. Stoueman and E. M D m'
kwhileij defense was conducted by
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