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FRANK GALLOWAY KILLED.
Another Life Lost on Account of tlio
After Sepac was i cached last Tues
day Sheiltl Shatiuon, accompanied by
special deputies Frank M. Galloway
of Silver City and Frank McGlincby
and St cao Iiiielttielil of Denihig took
tbe trail of tbo volibeis who held tip
tbo entile population of Scpar a short
time ago, following them into the San
Simon valley, wheio thoy camped near
Squaw mountain Satutday night on ilio
west sldo of the valley. They vveio
rcrtain they wete near their men.
After they bad mado camp after dark
two men passed near tbetu on lioise
back. Not being ablo to tell who they
'wete they weto allowed to pass. Fear
ing they might bo attacked in tlio night
a watch was kept. One mau satawaku
wkllo tlio otbeis slept.
About 2 o'clock Sunday morning
Galloway was on bis second watch. A
noiso was heard, which awakened
Uiiclilielrt) who loused up, aud in doing
soulatmcd Shannon aud MeGlineliy.
An objeet w as seen somo fifty feet
awa, coming tow aid tlio camp. The
men grabbed for their guns. Shan
non's gun was caught in his saddle aud
he could nut get it.
MeGlineliy hailed tlio object twice,
calling, "Who is there?" aud received
no auswer. Shannon ordeied his men
to shoot. Both MtGlineJiy and Diich
field tiled, and the object dropped.
Shannon, who thought Galloway was
by his side, called him and got no
answer. Immtdiately bo appreciated
an awful accident had happmed, aud
found bis woist feats weiu true. The
object seen was Galloway, and one of
the bullets bad gone thiough his head,
killing him instantly. 'J ho trail of the
robbeis. was abandoned and the posso
brought their dead companion to
Loulsbuig. A coroner's jury, heating
the evideuce, pronounced the killing
Fiank M. Galloway was about forty
ycuisofage. He tamo to New Mex
ico fiom Philadelphia about seven
ycats ago. Ho w as a printer by trade,
aud at one tiuiu published a paper at
Doming. For seveial years ho has
been engaged in mining at White
Signal, wheio he has a lino piospect.
Under Collector Flauiiigan ho was a
line tider and was well acquainted
with tbo country wheio tho ti all led,
henco was with the posse, llo leaves
a wile and four young children. Ho
was a good citizen, aud his untimely
taking oil will bo mourned by a laigo
chclo of fiiunds, and by none more
since) ely than tbe unfortunate oilieeis
who were the unintentional cause of
Forest Camp No. 1, W. O. W.,
havo decided to give a grand masquer,
ado ball on Thanksgiving Eve, Xov
25. Masquerade costumes will bo
rontcd for this event from Los Angeles.
All who attended the last Woodman
ball will remember tho groat success
of it, and this one will be greater.
Tbe ball will bo held at Babbitt's
opera house and the tickets aro within
the reach of all, $1.00 a couple,
llllnd From Ills Birth.
Tho Phoenix Gazette says that
"thero is a blind Mexican boy, who
has lived in Phoenix sinco childhood.
He travels along tho streets daily and
goes anywhero about the city." Wo
havo a character in St. Johns who
possesses these peculiar abilities, and
is also a Mexican. Tranquilino Tafolla
has been blind from his birth. Ho was
raised in this place and is now about
18 years old. Ho is so well acquainted
with tho streets of this town and the
adjacent country as to go whero ho
pleases. He is ablo to rido a horse at
a trot about the streets aud to and
from bis father's ranch, two miles in
the country. It is a common sight to
see him riding at a gallop with a
younger bt other behind his saddle.
Tranquilino is also a musician of no
mean ability. St. Johns Herald.
Judge llaker rendered a decision
Monday at Yuma in tho mandamas
suit to compel tho Territory to accede
to tho terms of the contract by which
tho Territorial prisoners were leased
by the Board of Control to the Arizona
Improvement Company for tbe space
oftcn years. Judge Baker's decision
was in favor of tbe Improvement Company.
two ounce bag, and two
'ar!-3s sn -vn 1MP4I10 AOAH Vk
rS8 tuupua iuoiuc .a..u. iju.l
ounce bag of Blackwell's
Durham. Buy a bag of j
this celebrated tobacco
and read the coupon
which-gives a list of val
uable presents and how
J to get them.
Tlio t'altfoii.lii Limited.
The management, ut the S.mla Fc
Itoute lespeetfully announces the u
sumption of tho California Limited :i
a semi-weekly train for tln se.isnn of
Beginning November 1, 1800. aud
on successive Wednesdays and Silm
dajs tbeieafter. this tiain will leave
Chicago at C o'clock in the evening,
passing Kansas Cilv at 10:10 tin- fol
lowing morning. At this poiii' con
nection will hu made with principal
trains from tho noitli, east and couth,
particularly with train leaving St.
Louis at 9:10 Wednesday and S.ittu
day evenings via tho Wabash line,
which will entry a thiough California
sleeper attached to the California Lim
ited wist of Kansas Citv. Connection
will also bumadeat L'lJiiuta vvithtiaiu
ftom Denver. Los Angeles will he
icaehed at 6:0.0 and Sun Diego at 10:10
in tho evening of tlio thiid (lav out
fiom Chicago. .
Connecting train for San FimiicImo
East-bound, on Novembir 9tb and
successive Mondays and TIiiiimI.ivs
thcieafter, it will leave San Diego at
'2 -AC) in the. afternoon and Los Angeles
at 8 o'clock in tlio evening, leaching
Kansas City at 5:30 the evening of the
thin! day out, aud Chicago at 0: ID (lie
morning of thu fotttlli day out.
Through sleeper fiom Los Angeles to
St. Louis will be tiausfciiedal KausiH
City to connecting Wabash train aud
will reach St. Louis. at 7 o'clock in the
morning of the fouilh day out. Con
nection will be made at Chicago and
St. Louis with fast tialiis from and to
The California Limited will carrv
statidaid Pullman dots bio drawing
room sleepeis of newest pattern and
dining car between Chicago and Los
Angeles. West of Kansas City a
through bullet smoking c.ir will be
added, also the through sleeper lrom
and to St. Louis via tho Wabash above
refeircd to. Connecting pallor car
between Los Angeles and San Diego.
The train will bo restibuled through
out and lighted bv Pintsch gas. Din
ing car and buffet will bo managed by-
Mr. Fred Harvey. Dining car being
always attached, patrons will bo as
suied of regular meals at convenient
No extra faro will bo charged on the
California Limited, but only first-class
tickets will be honoicd.
The semi-weekly servico will be in
addition to lcgular daily California
train, which cairies both standard and
tourist sleepeis between Chicago and
Los Augeles and between Chicago and
San Fian cisco without change, on
which all classes of tickets are honored.
Waknci of the Lungs.
"I was in such a condition that
whenover I got a little cold it would
settle on my chest and lungs. I was
troubled in this way for several years.
I tried many kinds of medicines, but
did not get any relief from them, and
seeing Hood's Sarsaparilla advertised
I thought I would try it. I took about
four bottles of this medicine, and I
bogan to improve after the first bottle,
when I had finished the fourth bottle
I was entirely relieved. I havo kept
Hood's Sarsaparilla on hand since that
time as a family medicine, and when
ever I feel out of sorts I resort to
Hood's Sarsaparilla and in a short time
it set me right." W. B. Woods, 638
S. West Temple, Salt Lake City, Utah.
Many thousand dollars
worth, of valuable articles
suitable for Christmas
gifts for the young and
old, are to be given to
smokers of Blackwell's
Genuine Durham To
bacco. You will find
one coupon inside each
We offer One, Hundred Dollais Itc
watd for an cast! of Cataii h that can
not be cmed by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. .J. Chem;y & Co., Pi op., Toledo, O.
We. thu uuder.Nigiied, have known
F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, anil
believe him perfectly honoiahlc in all
Iiiimiici'j ttausaetious and financially
able to cairy out au obligations made
bv their linn.
West & Tin ax. Wholesale. Dmggists
Wahling, Kiutiaii & Man in. Wholesale
Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catatrli duiu is taken inter
nally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of tint system.
Piicu 75c. per bottle. Sold by all
tluiggUts. Testimonials flee.
Hall's Family Pills aro the best.
Mile id 'ii 1 l'unact'ii.
James L. Francis. Alderman, Chica
go. sas: "I regaid Dr. King's New
Discovery as an Ideal Panacea for
Coughs, Colds aud Lung Complaints,
having used it in my family for the
last live yeais, to the exclusion of
physician's prescript ions or other prep-
Hev. John liurgus, Keokuk, Iowa,
wiitt'4: "I have been a Minister of
tho Methodist Episcopal Church for
50 years or lnoie, and have novel'
found an v thing so beneficial, or that
gave me such speedy lelief as Dr
King's New Discovery.'' Try this
Ideal Cough Kemedy now. Trial
bottles free at D. J. liranneu's Drug
Win. L. Gray, for jcais a lesident
of Aiizona and widely known thiotigh
otit the territory, was almost instantly
killed at Ctitteuden on Fiiday evening
last whilo coupling cars in the dis
charge of his duty as a brakeman iu
the employ of tho N. M. & A. II. R.
Rucklen's Arnlcn Sal re.
Tho best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns and all skin eruptions, and posi
tively cures piles, ot no pay required
It is guaranteed to givo perfect satis
faction or monoy refunded. Price, 25
cents per box. For salo by D. J. llran-
non. Flagstaff. Arizona.
Is caused bv toroid liver, which nrAvont Hoa.
tlonaid permits food to ferment and putrtlyla
uie stomacn. men iouow oizzmess, neadacne,
Insomnia, nervousness, and.
U not relieved, bilious fever S S 1 1 a
or blood notsonlnc JTond' M III 2
Fills (UmnUte the stomach, ' '
rouse the liver, cure headache, dizziness, eon.
sUpaUon,te. 29 cents. Sold hr all dmgslsts.
The otaj Fins to take with Uood's BarauS.
A HIGH GRADE
STANDARD OF EXCELLENCE.
THE flMSOtf TYPEWRITER COflPNY.
2AO-244 WEST LAKE STREET. CHIOAOO.
Dll. n. J. ItUANNEN. PHYSICIAN AND
hurseon. KlaS'.tatT, Arlrona. Will rc
kpond promptly to all calls from any point
on tlio AlUntV: & Tuclito HullroaU. Office
ami Urus btuie opposite tlio fkpol.
WS. UOniNSON. M. I).. n-AGSTAFK,
, Arlmna. Odlco and rosldence In tlio
1'iesbytcilan parouase. Telephono No. 42.
EM. SANTORI), ATTOKNEY AT LAW.
. I'rc6t. Arizona. Will practice In all
tliu LOrtt( Arbou.i.
EM. DOE. ATTOKNEY AT I.WV,
, Oinco two clooni vvi"t ot tlio ltank
.'I, Fl.iKitalT, Ailzoim.
ES. CLAUIC, ATTOKNEY AT LAW.
. Otllco In tlio llabblu bulldlns. l-'lac-statl,
Arbonu. I'raetlcu beforo tho Laud
Department a tpccalty.
NOTAIIV l'DDLia AND
Jus-nut: or the 1'i:aue,
Williams, .... ahizoka.
Has all tlio legal blanks in iwe In tho Tor
rltoiy. CIIUlICll JMHKUTOItY.
CATHOLIC CHUKOII. KEV. V. FKEKI.
I.itir. On Sunilays: l'lrst Mas at 8
o clock n. in.: M.oiut Mass at til a. m. Sunday
school at tl u. in. Evcnlns hervlco at .I'M p.
in. On week days Mass at 7 a. m. On the
second Sunday of each iimiith prayer niwt
lr.R at 10 a. in. Sunday school at 11 a. m. All
FIRST M. E. CHURCH, CORNER OP
Church and Larcux Street. C. I Wll
sun. Pastor. Preaching at 11 a. ra. and 7 p. in.
Sundays; Sunday school at 10 a. in.. Oscar
OUiMiii, riupeilntcudcnt. Class meeting at
12:l.'i p. m. Kpworth Leauo 6::so p. m.
Prayer meutlnK Wcdncsdiiy evening ntTiM
TTIRST PKEsnVTERIAN CHURCH,
P North San Francisco street, II. P.
Cbrser, pastor. SabDatli services: Preaching
11 a. m. and 8 P. m.i Sunday school. 10 a.
m.; Y. P. s. C. K. prajer mectlne. 7'.1 p.m.
Mld-iveek conference and prayer, Wednes
day evenlne ut 8 p. m. A cordial Invitation
Is extended to all.
A O. U. W.-FLAGSTAFP LODGE, No. 13,
jr.. Meets overy Thursday night. In G. A.
R. hall. Visiting Workmen are cordially lu-
vucu. i.u. iiuuiidi-.ui l't.li, si. VY.
C. M. Fcnston, Recorder.
fOVRT COCONINO. I. O. F.. NO. bK.
meets every Tuesday evening In G. A. It.
hull. Visiting brptliten cordially Invited to
LocisSriEiis. It. S.
TTLAGSTAFK LODGE. NO. 7. V. & A. M.
JP Regular meeting!) on the tlrst Satutday
nlglit of each calenilar month In Masonic
Hall. Kllpatrlrk building. Sojourning
brethren cordially Invited.
J. UUT1IUIK SAVAGE, W. M.
T. E. Pcm.iam. Secretary.
FOREST CAMP. NO. 1, WOODMEN
of tho World, merts everv Wednesday
evening In tho month In Masonic Hall.
Visiting sovereigns aro cordially Invited to
attend. 11. G.K1S1.1NG11URY,
C. A. Kn.i.Eii. Clork.
GA. R.-REGULAK MEETINGS OF
. Ransom Post. O. A. It.. No. I, Depart
ment of Arizona, will beheld In G. A. R. hall
on second and last Saturday In each month.
L. L. Ill) UN S, Commander.
E. II. Chess, Post Adjutant.
J' O. O. F.-FLAGSTA1'F LODGE, NO. II,
.. meets every Friday evening In Masonic
all. Visiting brethren cordially Invited.
J. E. JONES, N. O.
J. L. DocaiiKUTV, Secretary.
OUNTA1N 'LODGE. NO. 15. K. OF P.
moots everv Wednesday nlnhtln thnlr
casiio nan in u. a. k. nan. All visiting
' -n . .. r. .. . , ... . ;..
uroiuers inviieu o aiienu.
W. A. MAYFLOWER, O. C.
O. II. Conr.E, K. of R. 8.
NOTICE TO FREIGHTERS.
1.000 teams wanted to haul coke from Fort
Thomas to the town of Globe, A. T., and
copper back from Globo to Fort Thomas.
GILA VALLEY, GLOJJE & NORTHERN
By Wm. Garland. President
Addi-MM: linwtn. A. T.
Croats, and Trado-Uarki obtained, and all Pit
t business conducted for Moderate Feet.
tor Office Is Opposite U. 8. Patent OKct.
ana we can seenre patent In Ices time than tBOM
remote from Washington.
Uon. We advise, If patentable or not, free ot
oraumuaei, arawmg or pnoto., wiin aeaenp-
chaise. Oar fee not dne till patent Is second.
uvkc. war is noi ane tin patent is secsraa.
A PimsMtt, "Bow to Obtain Paunta." wltk
m ramsnitt, "uow to uotain raunta," wlta
Barnes of actual ellenta In your State, eooatr.or
town, sent free. Address,
awaits- rani HN, Wihn w. .
Does the neatest work, costs
the least to keep in order,
has interchangable Steel
Type, writes all languages.
Its many advantages are
too numerous to mention.
Address for particulars,
ARIZONA CATTLE CO.,.
Range, Sau Francisco Mountains.
Ear murks, silt In euch ear; horses and".
mule", Al, rlsriit. hip: Incn'aso, Al on right
shoulder. P.O. address. Flagstaff, Arizona.
Fhamc M. Livkhmoiik. General Manager.
ARIZONA LUMBER 00.
i branded u la
CMIk aaabwti raatomtivtlr a Id
Fo-toftlr addHM, sTIao
Kinie, I'larV VaUefl,
lirasa ns kdot cat
All oana stock brud
d on both stds, with'
wallew fork and an-
dsrblt la Mti aari us
own the I..lJowiu: Hoot. T, s II. anrwbtre M
Uasaldeof inloul. Bet etl, roni i.nnd VT
eariiktstJtt X xttla. m n rUktsl; koa
JAA t. TAIL
Ha. eirtt milya
sertLttat of IlagstaS,
l'sv tpai eanntr.
little brandod J T
en left ribs: ear marks,
aqoira cut on right
ear, over slop oa istl
PoatoSoe siUmi, Flastafl, Artsou.
SEWING MACHINE SUPPLIES!
I furnish Needles, Oil, Rcltlng. Shuttle.
etc.: also all parts and pieces for thirty
one dllTerent kinds of sewing machines.
Besides being agent for tho above, I sell the
WHEELER & WILSON
Cash or Installments. Write for prices and'
W. H. CLARK,
Holbrook:, J. T.
Are Just an old, old remedy
In this new shape.
Doctors have always given
this prescription in water 1
We have them in this shape
simply for their handiness.
BTPAKSXABUUS are tfl aa
Koglaear sjouw over his bU awl
powerful machinery clTtac a
flttla nsossssry httoasltito
the Beadtnl paatsi BTPWS
tABULBS dVthls (or TOO.
CssafUpatloa, Dlsiiaais, nsaassa.
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eA yleldM Ripsaw Tabalta.
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