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tBUNDAY. DEO. 18, 18&8.
Maricopa ,... Aaron Goldberr. D.
Apaehe D.K. Udall, D.
Hataio Geo. A. Wolff, D.
Coconino T.S. Bunch, D.
Yavapai Morris Ooldwater, D.
Mohave J. M. Murphy. D.
Pinal ..Dr.J.C.Wrlht, R.
Gila Geo.W. P.Hunt, D.
Vtma. J.B.Flnley. D.
Graham Geo- A.Oleey, D.
(Cochise Chas.C. Warner, R.
Tuma ,.'.v.... .. H. Carpenter, B.
Democrats. 0; BepubUeaas. .
Jlla .- .' John C. Exam, D.
'Cochise Mike Gray. D.
Goehlse Henry Eta, D.
Cochlea BT.M Woods, R.
Apache N. Gonsales, R.
Tuma JohnDoa:', jc
Coconino Henry F. Ashurst, D.
Navajo ". H.S.Patr, D.
Tavapai J. J. Sanders, D.'
jTavapal A. A. Moore. D.
sTayapal. ...... j ...W. S. Adams, D.
Mohave '. William Jones, D
Final , James Arthur, R
Pinal .; -. S.A. Bartloton, D
Pima Georgre Pusch, R.
Pima....... ........ ........ F. A. Stevens, R.
Pima ..;....OtU Hale, R.
Pima A.S. Tonau, R.
Maricopa ..Sam Brown, R.
Maricopa ........W.S.Scott, R.
Marloopa... J. W. Benham, R.
Maricopa. Char les Peterson, D.
raham ., B..M. Williams. D.
Sraham W. W. Pace, D.
Democrats, IS; Republicans, 11.
rirom the. Klondike place the
output at $lp, 000.000 infold. This would
make ten cent lortach inhabitant in
America, but Many will go without
their ten centi-
IToljUBineM man ever yet lost a dollar
by advertising in his local newspaper.
On the contrary, no greater returns are
'eror received for a imall iuvoatment.
""Nine out of ten of the men wko fail in
hruiaes never learn this fact.
Tax contest is on for the seuatorship
In Montana; W. A. Clark is said to be
a candidate, and Marcus Daily', his old
time rival, is still against him. The.
' ttrengtli of each party is said to be
equal so far as members of the legisla
tures concerned, but thero are a num
befwho are said to be independent of
both parties. .The contest will be inter
Indictmints have been found at
Philidelphia ' against Senator Quay,
-bis son-Richard, and B. J. Haywood,
X'Btate treasurer of Pennsylvania,
charging them, with conspiracy to
unlawfully use public money for specu
lation. In ..the meantime Quay is
' industriously seeking re-election to the
second highest office in the land. A
few indictments of that character do
not daunt a patriot' of Quay's make-up.
It is safe ta say that ho will convince
the court of hisinnocence and that he
will be elected to the office he seeks.
Tub gold democratic party is dead. It
was born of perfidy, lived a life of
shames and died in despair. Being de
void of any virtue whatever, it willonly
be remombtred as an example of de
pravity, as the Benedict Arnold and
Judas Iscarriottof American politics. It
profaned the name of democracy, while
organized to- aid the election of repub
licans. It only asked only such gold
neraocrats to support its candidates as
were not sufficiently developed to take
the republican ticket straight.- Silver
itie improvements now just com
pleted at the station grounds nt No
gales by the railroad have added
greatly to the appearance of the town
and the facilities fop doing business.
The two handsome and well finished
depots, one on each side of tho line.
)20 feet apart, are very imposing
structures, kept as neat and clean as a
housewife's kitchen present a very
handsome appearance. In surveying
wbat has beon done one must givo the
devil bis due yet there" numerous
improvements which can be still
suggested and would add greatly t6 the
handsome effect already realized. For
astance, the blind siding next to Mor
ley avenue might be thrown over on
ft9omrdeoftbt tracks, Oasis.
P FIRHER, NBWSPAPBR.ADVERTIS
. In JKtfh MerchahU' Bchanw, San.
- t. xn authorises agent. u
ir thk several mining secuoiiB ui tun
territory were located in Britisb Colum
bia, of within the Arctic circle, where
it would require a few thousand dollars
to outfit the prospector, men of wealth
would form syndicates and expend
many thousands of dollars in sending
prospectors to search 'for gold. That
which is hardest to secure seemt to be
considered the most valuable. There is
no longer a doubt of the richness of Ari
zona aa a mineral producer, not alone ot
gold and silvei, but copper, lead and coal
have been found in large quantite, anU
the territory has not been half pros
pected. Even hero in Bisbee, outside
of the Copper Queen, there has been,
comparatively, nothing done in the way
of development work. It ia true the
Copper King and the South Bisbee Town
site people have been doing considerable
work on their properties in the Bhape of
sinking vertical shafts, but the real de
velopment work is scarcely begun.
There are three drifts started on the
Copper King properties nt the 600-level,
but wo.-k has no, been prosecuted suffi
cient as yet to strike the ore body which
is believed to be in close proximity to
these drifts, which are in about 100 feet
each. The Townsite people have not
commenced "drifting yet, but will soon
have reached a point in their shaft work
where drifting and real development
work will begin., There numerous other
properties in this camp, undeveloped,
that so far as desirability of location
and surface showing if concerned, are
just as good as any of the older devel
oped properties, and have in the recesses
of their treasure vaults vast fortunes
for the investor of capital, for nothing
but capital and labor intelligently ap
plied will bring this great mineral
wealth to .daylight. There are many
other camps in the territory that are in
the same condition where one, two
or three good properties have been
developed into dividend payers and. the
balance of the district is virgin soil
pretty generally located but undevelop
ed, but where capital and intelligent
labor would open up bonanzas such as
the world has never yet seen. And
other valuable discoveries ire being
added to list of great producers annually,
and still others yet undiscovered will
sureiy'follow, which only await'the re
port of the piospector and intelligent
application of capital and labor to make
Arizona truly the treasure-land of the
It Is stated that the 1st Territorial,
U. S. Volunteer Infantry, now station
ed at Albany, Georgia, and which it was
thought would be sent to Cuba about
the first of, the year, will be mustered
out ef the service, now in a short time
The boys will all, no doubt, be glad t
"ge'yhome, asAhemOnotony oHnactive
,el"ivicr is any thing but pleasant 'To the
boys, soit is easily observed from the
reports. These' boys are entitled to a
great deal of credit owing to the fact
that they enlisted during a period when
it was considered certain their services
were immediately in demand at the
front, and every one of them expected
it, and were fully determined, if nec
essary, to risk their lives in defense of
their flag, and country. Bisbee has a
goodly number of boys in this regiment,
to whom the citizens extend a kindly
greeting, and will welcome home with
much joy, wishing them . a Merry
Christma and a Happy New Year
wherever they may be.
Au. patriotic citizens will be glad to
know that a hill is to be presented to
congress designed to protect the stars
and stripes from desecration, degrada
tion or insult. The text of the bill it as
follows: "That it Bhall be unlawful
for any person to print, stamp or in any
manner impress upon the flag of thn
United States, er any representation
thereof, any word, figure, design or
impression calculated to serve as an
advertisement of any person's trade,
occupation or 'business, or to publish,
exhibit or use aa an advertisement any
such flag or representation thereof, so
printed, stamped or impressed. Also,
it shall be unlawful for any one to man
ufacture or use the flag or any repre
sentation thereof for clothing, awnings
or in other manner which shall tend to
its desecration." The penalty for
violating the provisions of the bill is
comprised of.a heavy, fine. for the first
offense, and a fine and imprisonment
for a second violation.
Word comes to the Sun at Yuma from
Hedges, Calif., that Robert Templeton,
who is exceedingly well and favorably
known fin Yuma, and who has many
warm friends here, while at work in one
of the mines of the Golden Cross com
pany was caught and crushed whether
by falling timber, rocks or by a car,
our informant does no state, and sus
tained injuries from which he can hardly
recover. One arm and four ribs were
broken and his skull fractured. At last
accounts he was still alive. Tho cause
of the terrible accident is not known.
TitK' republicans have a majority in
both branches of tho fifty sixth con
gress. This insures the continuance of
the war tax until 1000. Tho Dingley
bill continues to produco its regular
monthly deficit. Under bimetallism,
with good prices and good times, the
Dingley bill would produce a largo sur
plus, but under tho gold standard it will
need the aid of the war tax to rnise rev
enue suHlciont to meet the current ex
penses oi the govornment.
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A MODERN VERSION.
MaudMuller, Junior. summer's day.
Raked the meadows sweet with hay.
The judge camo limping down the lane;
He sighed and seemed to be in pain.
His face was thin and darkly tanned-,
Mesquito bites adorned his hands.
His uniform was sadly soiled,
His linen, too, must needs be bo Hod.
His saber clanked as near ha drew:
Sweet Maud looked up. said "how d'yo do.'Ntnj for that place with ueveral purfseu
" I've been away to war." said he.
"Indeed 1" said Maud, quite cheerily.
"Toil fought the Spanish hordes 1 said she,
"No: flies and insects." said ho.
She said, "You heard the horrid shell,
And groaned as some poor comrade fell."
"Ah. yes," he sold, "deep greons were mine.
rtnt moatlv when 'twas time to dine."
"And stormed you not some Cuban hilt ?"
She asked, her voice grown strangely still.
"Alas!" said he. with sorrowing look,
"I stormed naugh . save the army cook."
"Mo Cuban hill?" she said, "oh, fudge I
I'm disappointed in you, judge."
Then with n sigh she turned away,
And raked the meadow sweet with hay.
The soldier judge tramped on again.
And sighed, "Qch hong the war with Spain1.
Alas, forsoldler, alas, for maid:
Alas, for those who at Tampa stajed.
Alas, poor soldiers for warfare vishln
But always slack! delay In transmlkklon.
For of oil sad words of tongue or typewriter
The saddest are these: "I'm an unfought
Robert P. Porter, United States cus
torn commissioner, now on Ins way
! home from Cuba, expresses the opinion
that the Cuban ate quite capable of
Th tobacco trust monopolists of the
east have already Oruanized a big trust .
to handle the tobacco of -Cuba. The'
concern oruanized at Ttenton, New
Jersey, with a capital stock of $75,000,-
Thk most pestiferous features o? a
war tax are patriotically bore by the
people for the maintenance of the honor
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stamps on telegrams and checks and
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.MiV" jj vs o jfci'Jiti uiiji s, aiT-j ty
$20,000,000 .to Spaittjleaves a bad taste in
Mrs. Josephine Hetlry, of Kentucky,
announces herself as a cattdidatelfor
president in 1900. Mrs. Henry is not
the first by some monthp to net away
fiom the post, but as Hon. Barton
Wharker, who has got the start of her,
is neither bo young nor limtwr jointed,
she may overtake and pass him before
he gets into the stretch.
After January 1st thettam'ped en
velopes issued by the postoffice.depa'rt
ment will be a red stamp of exactly thn
same shape as the carmine two-center.
This is in accordance with an article
in the international postal agreement
which requires all issues of the came
denomination of a stamp to be uniform
in color. The department will this
month beut -substituting the red stamp
on envelopes for the green.
Thk hountv law is havincr a most
healthful effect iu the Arizona rnoun-
tain range sections. In the Inst two
years, almost, since the law has been
in effect, the range has been cleared of
hundreds of mountain- lion, which spe -
cie of animal is the source ol heavier
losses among young cattle and horses
than any other of the several kinds of
predatory animals which infest the .c,ewH tobatco and walks on the lot ked
range. The liberal bounty of $20 per' end. Mwt men are bum. I have heard
animal is sufficient-inducement for men
to follow their destruction as a Imsiness,
and yet is none too high. It will re
quire some years to effectually clear the
.range of these animals which so rapidly
accumulated during the yt'arB when no
bounty was offered. Stockman.
An 8-year-old school girl waB required
by her teacher to wn'e a composition,
and the next day handed in the follow
ing brief but startling romance;
"Once there was a poor young man
who wat in love with a rich girl whose
mother had a large candy store. The
poor yqung man wanted. to marry the
candy lady's daughter, but he was. too
poor to buy furniture. One day a bad
man offered him $25 dollars to become a
drunkard. The poor young manwas
dreadfully tempted, because ho wanted !
to be rich enough to marry the candy
lauy'a daughter. But when he got to
the saloon door with tho bad man he
said: 'I will not break my pledge even
to be rich. Get the behind me, Satan I'
So he went home and on his way found
a jiocketbook with a $10.,000,000 in it,
Tlusy had a lovely wedding, and tho next
day brought twins. Thus we see that vir
tue has its own reward.
A farmer in the Colorado river valley
has made a discovery which he sayB
will be of vast importance to agricul
turists in arid regions. He hn found
by planting potatoes and onions in thn
same field in alternating rows, that the
onions grown in this countiy are so
strong that they bring tears to tho eyes
of the potatoes in such vast volumes
that irrigation is unnecessary. The
same farmer says he will raiso an im
mense crop of custard pies next season
by crossing the egg plant with the milk-
From Tuesday's Daily.
Joe Foster has to far recovered from
his recent illnessaa to he out again. j
The cemetery committee are to give
a masquerade on the 22nd of February.
There are said to be several cases of
pneumonia in town. i
J.N. Smith and family are expected
home shortly from their California trip. t
The Narcofani stage left thia morn-
James Welch, collector of customs,
and A. Ekejva.line rider, were in town
today from the custom house.
Mrs. S. M. Kruff and family expect to
leave shortly for Oakland, Calf., wheie
lhey wll muka ,i,elr futllre juinie
Mr. trunk touclie is to gi e un ttlouu
tioti teuitatiou at the iijieia iiuusron
i December 20lh.
Half the proceeds ate
to the public bchjol
to be donated
Engine 1 of the A. & S. E., which has
been undergoing extensive lepaira, vuu
taken out litis moruiug and givt-n a trial
run. Him IooKh neirt .and trim in her
neWcoat of paint.
A nice, neat note head, with eiivel
opes to match, addresu pruned thereon,
makes a nice Christmau preueut. bee
this oince for them.
llie man who run out ot coai tnis
week and had to bum the back fence,
is certainly deserving of the sympathy
ot that entire community in wineii lie at tne pace aiKj for tne 8ame det,tina
lives. For it was cold. . tion
-Quite a number of cowboys are in I t .hoir nlnum nrntnt fl.win.tt the
town today and make our st.eets have'treaty of peace the Spanish commis-
a ranter uvety appearance.
J. B. Benton, who recently met with
the accident iu the mine, is rapidly re-
covering from his injuries under the
k'11 of Drtt- Sweet & Ureeu.
G. A. Metcalf today shipped a tiain
load of cattle from Don Luia station to
Santa Barbara. He purcnased the cat-
tle from Jl. JJ. Snerman.
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The party who has been making
habit of tinging the night bell at the
doctor's office and then lapidly disap j
tukuritu. liar! Kut...,. ..r.lr a lir.lu r.iil' dw I
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; he inight find himself in the hands of
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"r excellent police force.
Two large teams were loaded today
with mining supplies for the Hoy and
gan Miguel, mining companies in Sjii
ora. The teams brought up several tons
of rich oie from Pilares district, which
was shipped this morning to El Paeo.
The Overlook building is rapidly Hear
ing completion and when done wilt be
one of the fiuest looking buildings iu
Lola Templa was given fifteen days
in the city bastile for uciitg vile and
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utratice WilllUma, had. his hands full
today in arraigning the parties-who . re
aTed the disturbance in upper Brewery
gulch, yeeterday afternoon, in which
there were several gun plays, etc.
So far Arizona has experienced a some
what severe winter. Almost evory week
since early in October there has been a
winter Btorm of greater or less, severity.
Old-timers and stockmen, nevertheless,
claim to gain some consolation in the
sayings "that any early winter indicates
an early snriu'." and "that if the win-
j ter staris iu two inonlhe before the fi-st
'of the year, the following two months
! will be milder." All can stand it and
hope the old-tuner' prediction will
, work this time as it has many times
Here is what an old maid can say with
her pen: '"Man is an animal which
of but. one vho wasn't and he was made
of mud, just for a sample. Man' life
is full of disappointments, growls and
cob pipes. He gneth forth lik-'a lion and t-hould bo kept upon the reeerva
in the niotuing and leaveth the wooil, , uon.. mUv Cuy Euu-ipuse.
for his wife to chop, and in the uvuung
he eneakctl. home with his pant ripped j x Wj.it thi8 to I(Jt yoil kWW what t wolll(,
and raises Cain about hard time", lie notdo: l would not do without Cltaui!or
feas lagiippeon road working days and inlu's luin Balm In mj house, if ltcost$j.oo
walks twenty miles to a circus. Hejrl,oU'e- It due. all juu recommend it to
chase a lack rabbit four miles
through the enow and -borrow a itowe
to ride half a mile to the po-lottice."
Ot the Vote Cast for Delegate to Con
gress. N6v. i8g8.
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Apache . . . .' , .221
Pima... ...(.. .,, 757
Pinal..., ".... 25
Yuma ., 259
Mojority for J. F. YVilfon, 828.
Card of Thanks.
Wo uke "' '" of expressing our
hcartie,t thanks and gratitude to our
many friends for their kind nets and
sympathy, in the hour of our sad loss
Miss Edith M. Stowe.
liORGSTRUM. Ill llisbee, Rcc. 13, to
tho wife of Leo Uorgetruuij u eon.
NEWS NOTES AND COMMENTS.
A blizzard is raging in Texas.
On December 9 the temperature at
Denver was 19 degrees below zero and
at. Valentine, Nebraska, 20 below.
It is said that 70,000 soldier will
b needed to put down tho rebellion
in the Philippines.
Oi the 4326 public school teachers in
New York city only 300 are men. The
women's srlaries are only $500 per
The insurrection which is eaid t
he spreading in the Vipcayas glands
is reported from Spanish sources to be
agaiist the Americans.
The riiy of Philidelphia claims to
havel-15 men, each of whom is worth
$.1,000.000 or more; twenty are worth at
lea-i $5,000,000 each.
Moio men have died and are buiied
in the It-thinnx of Panama, .along ijie
line of the proN)-ed canal, than on any
equal amo mi ot territory in the world.
Egvi't As the only country in the
woildwleio il.er aic mo'e. men than
"woiin-i-. Tin-mule -ex in die dominion
of the Klied ve exceeds the females by
The eteamer lumuiania has sailed
from Sttvaimh, Georga, cat tying the en
tire First regiment of North -Carolina1
ami pftlt o the Second regiment, to
8e,Te ad partf ,,,e garrison of Havana,
The Secoud Illinois regiment is loading
Burners say; "Ihete concessions which
we are obliged to make, touch u less
than the im-ult which has been inflicted
ujou our nation by President McKinley
I in hie message. We again protest sol-
'ernnly aitainst the accusation buried
gnt us in connection with the Maine
",l1 w l,ed " ain Biibmit the ques-
tl0U 'to a" international tiiminal, com-
,'piised of England, France and Ger
a "'..,, ,,.,
iiti t i iu uoidtuiiiiu nuuDiinii ucoi nn-
responsibility of the caatrophe."
Roving. Apache Indians.
S. M. DeLong, a ranchman, living
j on tha Gila river, was in town Satur
day. He informed an Enterprise
scribe that small bnds of Apache In
dians were scattered about the south
end of tiie Mogollon range and in
the mountains on either side of the Box
canyon of the Frisco. Only a short
time since, two of the tribe camped
near Mule Springs without any effort at
concealment. A couple of weeks ago
five hunters from Clifton, while travel
iigiti the Fiitco countiy, met four
Apaches in a narrow box cauyo't near
Coal creek. The Indians dropped their
Iirllnu Kurr ilnu'titiruril ittirtn tl... ...ii,ifl
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and gave Ovo-y ifulicaiiort otViheir
peaceable intentions. The white
men spoke to them but tho In
dians would not reply although
addressed in both English and
Spanish. The white men stood to
one side while their red skin
neighbors passed by. Mr. DeLong
saw the tracks of three Indians cross
ing from Mogollou creek to the Frisco
river. He, in company with another
raucitman, followed the tracks for tev
etal miles, but could not come up with
the red rovers. Tracks of Indians are
more than pleasantly frequent iu the
immediate vicinity of Shcllv's ranch on
Motion creek, and at the ranches on
the Gilit near the mouth of Moollon
creek. While the Indiana have com
muted no wtong,yet the sttleiH are con
siderably aiarim-d, fearing that if the
redfkins found one ol them conveni
ently alone in an isolated spot the
temptation to .vjouru a good horse oi
gun liiigia cti lite t-elller his life. The
Apaultes are too treaeheroua to trust,
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Cha.nbcrluin'4 Puiu Ifulra li the best
household linanieiithi the world.uuil Invulti
able for riu-umaiUm, lame buo t, epri i is utid
bruises. Ho ready for emcrRoncie by buy
ing a bottle ut the llisbee .Drug Store.
FOR SALE For $650 house and
lot. Three roomn, 12x12 and kitchen,
8x8. 1 closet in each loom; ground
graded enough to erect another three
room house. New and neatly painted
outside and handsomely papered inside,
including closets. Porch around tho L.
Three shade trees (two imbrella, one
apricot.) Woodshed and chicken house.
Apply to D. A. Markey, Chisholm
Annual Stockholders' Meeting.
The annual mooting of the stoclcholders ot
the South UUboe Copper Minlncr and Town
tilto Improvement Company for tho election
of seven directors and the transaction of
luch other business as may lawfully be
brought before the meeting, will be held at
theofficoof tho compan) on tho company'
property ut what is known as South BUbee,
Uisbee, Arizona Territory, on Tuesday, the
17th duy oi January, 180V, between tho hoi.rs
of 1 o'clock and S o'clock p. m.
H. W. LEWIS. Secretary.
December 7th, 1893.
Oi VjlwCU SpwiVo. Cures
whllo you t.1cn.
!-, KIiik'.m Soluble Vrciluni Kuti.
KieH. Qnlclc nncl Sure. King: n.-;,
Co., 128 N. Main St., I.ys -nffolos, Calif.
Price f .'.TO.
ASSAY - OFFICE
Gold and Silver in one sample $1.25
Gold .- 1-00
Copper, Iron, Zinc, Silica, Lime,
Sulphur, Antimony and Lead,
Snmplcs lty mail orcxpresa receive prompt
and cnrcfnl attention. Special mtes guen
on Hvo samples. Call for sample acks. sam
ples can bo lefts nt Aitif. Joorss. Ollioe near
the old grave urd, on b.11''1--. . . ,.
liUbcr. Ai izona
MIIH. J. F. KNRICIIT,
li Firsi-Cicss IGdoino i
located on Upper Main Street
Newty furnished throughout
Large, airy .rooms
ALL MODERN CONVENIENCES.
THIS ' , ,
Tim Griffltti.. Proprietor
Day, Week or Month.
IN REAR OF MASONIC TEMPLE.
Mas. A. W. Stromm, Proprietor.
Opposite th Library.
Sid Harris, Prop,
IMPORTED WINES, LIQ
"TJORSAOTCIGARSr HKAUl.NG AND CARD ROOMS ATTACHED.
tilve Vh a Call.
Receive Fresh Fsh
Fresh Fruits Every
Wood for Sale in
r Tr Street,
Airs. M. J. Blair, Prop.
A complete line of tho latcs stylos
of Fall and Winter Goods JuBt
Pattern Hats of the Latest D3ip.
Hats trimmed to order a specialty.
Call and inspect my goods tefore
THE O. K.
Horses boarded by the
day, week or month. Rigs
furnished on short notice.
HOUSES TAKEN CARK OP AT KATES TO
Horses VJought and Sold.
K. S. ADAMS, Prop
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