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In successful operation in tho Utiitwl
Tito knights of labor and the Amef
ican federation of labor are at war oue
with the other.
First box of California cherries -sold
in Chicago on lira 1st of Miy far 60
cents per pound.
PicsKlont McKluk'jr has asked W. J.
Calhoun, of Uniitillc, III., to go to
t?uba ns special envoy.
An Indian i in mi h.ts :i crnilrnul in
furnish C0U0 'noises for Uni Hiitisli
government furuiiu use.
A wealthy !ieek by tiio name of
M. U. Aveiotf h.is Milisciiueil $6,000.
000 to thodreuk war fund.
It is iiitxii ifil that ux lniiiclu'il
-women nut! clnliliuii dtnd dining tin
tret it ill. from Trnuvos t litiiss.t.
California has a law foi tilliii
divoiced pcisous from iiuarryiug
within a.'jear after being divurceil.
The Los Angeles Times and Herald
got outdiesU editioiisisuiiday that uiv
a credit to the propoitiiors and to Lu
Thetwo big bay -defeusti guns hav
arrived at Sau FimHcisco. They are
each capable of throwing a shot weigh-iog-1000
A life seuteuoe (has been givea
Oliver W. WiuUrtip for kidnapping
James Campbell. Campbell is a
The fastest t W.p iu the world is the
Fronch torpedo caliber Forban, whir.li,
it is said, can steam at the iremeudous
rate of about thirty-six miles au hour-
Business faUures in the Uu-iled
States and Canada for the past week
were 239, agalast.337 for the previous
nwoek, and 282 lor the coirespouding
week in 1896.
The cx-lieaHiirer, J. S. tUrtle) of
.'Nebraska, has fceeu held in a M,0U0
bond to await the action of the grand
.jary for embezzling $210,000 of the
Bugoue Taj lor, lino typer oa the
Heuver Timet made lhti record on
tvpe setting. He made 101.500 etui
in oight bouts. Hitter of Seattle held
the pluvious loco id at 85,000 ems.
The Anaconda mines of ltutte,
MeutmiH, has -the largest smelter du
Atuenca, aiMl ituo u ill leu veiile
Copper Conipauy at Jerome, Arixumi.
will have the second largebt when
At the batik) of Trafalgar, the
heaviest guu used threw a projectile
weighing only 02 pounds, which w.
6.41 inches iu diameter. The modern
110-tou guu uses shell weighing 2000
pounds, oj 16) inches in diameter.
Mine individual assignments wen
made at Loda, ill., Tuesday, as the
result of Ilauker Sheldon's disappear
ance. The deposits iu llu bank '
tho limo it closed are roughly esti '
mated at $76,000. The amount of the
.tank's assets are not known.
Tbe amputatiou of her own toe with
tr ing kuife was leeeutly performed
'. losephine Thomas, a domestic oi
JH lAlry, N. JL The pbxsiciain
say no heioic action probably saveo
her life, as a poisonous spider ban
bitten her iu the amputated mem
ec. Cotton expri Is say that in tho dis
trict now under water in tho south
usually about 1,600,000 bales of col ton
f the highest grade are produced,
jit the arerago price such cotton
brings this quantity would sell for
$50,000,000. This, it is claimed, is a
conservative, estimate of the damage
done by the ovctilow to one crop.
LEVI -STRAUSS & CO.
FACTORY-SAN FRANCISCO -CAt.
OVERALLS AND SPRING BOTTOM PANTS.
EVE NY OARMCHT OUANAHYCBO.
EMPLOY OVER &SO OIRLS.
Cairo, III., has experienced two
shocks from earthquake this week.
Banker Johu S. Sheldon, of Loda,
Ilk, becanio inextricably involved
tieaut-iully and sought refugo in flight,
pvi'liapa iu suicide, and his friends
uud creditors are searching for his
remains in Lake Michigan. It is not
generally believed that he made way
A pocket telephone for policemen
is one of the recent inventions. Over
iu England il Is in general use, aud
has been found very satisfactory. The
telephone -consists of a ii hilled
mouihpioeo and eui piece, with about
a foot ir moie of wire attached, au
affixing pin and a Mini 1 1 ke.
'llieiipaiiish miliiaiy authoiities in
C uliutt mi a lot so fur iu the wttr of
'.2b,07:i ofihuis and men ly death In
buttle unit fiom disciou and of
Wooudid. iiliil the r-aliie uuihoi it puts
down the lohsis of Ihi! ioHiugeiits at
I HMO. OI the Spam,!! lov, 10,476
de hIIin ule cudllid to fellow fever.
Tlieiu ik u glowing lt munil for la
in U I.I 1 1 nil omI. Diuctor Deol oi
the Agiieullute Kpeniueut Station
Tuiholi, aunouiiies that he is leeeoiug
otfeis fiom foreign capitalists to enter
into con tiHels to puivhasu ramie h her
iu the iiiuj.li at $40 (o $60 per ton.
'From the I exults obtained with ex
pel imeutiug with lsuiiu (ihea)atlhe
Station it iua he gmwu with ease iu
Aiisouaaiid wught to prove a paiug
crop. The Experiment Station is
sending free samples of seed .to all
those in Arizona who wish to try it.
If auy of our readers will apply to L)l
rector Experiment .Slatinu, T-ucsou,
Ai ixona, they will receive the seeds
with directions for giowiug.
Ilandaburg'a New ltallroad.
Tbe Times-Index has tbe follow
ing to say couceiniug the pioposed
Dew rail load:
'Uandsburg is to have a railroad al
last. Tbe proposed Hue will uot run
d'uect fiom Los Angeles, nor is it to
start from Mojave, but will tun fiom
Kramer, ou tbe line of the Atlantic &
l'ncitlu iu Sau Beinarilluo count.
passing thlough Uaudsbuig. Sm vex
ing of the 26 miles between Kiauiei
and Uandidiutg will begin next week,
auU it is coiitidently asseited by the
piojeclors of the scheme -that Ihi
pott lull of the I Mil will be ill active
service by Julv 15. The ties and talis
have alieady beeu oulruclod for, ami
will bu leady for deliveiy by the tune
tile right-of-wa has beeu survevud.
As niuliy uieu as can be -convenient!
handled will be put to .work imme
diately, and tbe pioject, will be pushed
with all the speed possible compatible
with good wotk.
The California Northern Hallway
Company, the name aihipted by the
projectoi s, is incorporated under the
laws of Aiizoua, with a -capital stock
of $1,600,000, of which it is claimed
$102,000 has already been subset ibed.
I he incorporators of the company are
Messis. M C. Marsh, James Campbell,
F. H. Frost, Chas Vier, A. A.
Dougherty, John T. Jones, Walter
ttose, K. T. Hickox and Cnrl Leonardt
of Los Anueles. W. T. Uefferan of
Yuma and C. E. Crowley of Phoenix.
Mr. Dougherty returned only a few
lavs ntfo from New ioik, where he
.vas engaged in placing the proposed
Ho attention will bo paid to the 74
miles of projected mad connecting
liandsburg with Uallaiat until the Hist
26 -miles affording the liandsburg dis
tiict an outlet for its minerals is iu
comuleto lunniug older. Then that
p.ut of the road which will opeu up
the rich giain and stock valley l3ing
not thoasl oi Kandsburg and the Pans
mint Mining district will be pushed
forvvaid. The headquarters of the
company will bo in Los Angelo3.
Ariion Charlie" was arrested in
Los Angeles, Cal.v on a charge of
cruelty to animals.
One of the largest and most com
plete hotels ever erected in Arizona
Will soon he built in the Capitol Ad
The Gopher mine. Big Bug district,
lias been sold by Mrs. Fanny Kautz to
the Gopher Mining company. Con
sideration named In deed, $196,760.
It i.s said that a movement is on foot
fur the establishment of a college in
Tempo under the niniiHgenient of the
ii is lepmieil that iwo men huh n
woman win- tipped out of :t wagon
mid ill ow tad in Salt Kiver last week.
Tin body of one man was lecoveied
last 'I IiiiimIiu
Black .l.n k, one of I lie mmdeiers of
(ieoige Smith, who was killed in
Miutlici n AiiZ'Hih ut-hotl time since.
was ovei liken by a sheiitlV posii
near Clifton, Aiizona, and killed last
During llin pssl ten dajs the South
ern Paeilic lias dellveied to the Stul.i
Fh at I his point 2,746 head of cattle
for Miipnieiit to Colorado, Kansas and
Neblatlca. Neaily all of these cattle
came fiom Aiizona. Demiug Head
light. As au example of the business that
is done iu Jet nine tle fact that on
one day of this week there weie 105
standard gauge eats, all loaded with
merchandise, lumber and machluerv
for, this camp, awaiting transportation
at Jerome Junction. Arizona Mining
A dispateh says, the judicial ap
pointments in Arizona are likely to
be delajtd until the e.xpiiation of the
term of the latest commission, which
will be next September. The appoint
ments will then be made at the same
time, making the change in the judi
ciary simultaneous. The same policy
will be followed in all the teiritories.
St. Johns lieiald.
The A. & P. shops at Albtiqileique
are now turning engines out at a rapid
late, and the toad needs them all foi
inct eased business. Engines 50, 62
and 69 weie finished last week, and
engine 49, just hark fiom Topeka.
was Hied up yesleiday for tlie Ui-mI
time t-iuce ovei hauling. Needles Eye.
The county hospital of Maiicopa
county, at the pieseiit rate of expense,
will i each $9000 per annum. It is th
iluty of the hoaul to caie for the de
serving poor, but a close watch should
bu kept on the numerous parasites
tnat piey upon tho county year in aad
year nut. There is one very noticeable
featuiu iu the" indigent expenditures,
and that is that very few women apply
for aid. They prefer to work and
suffer lather than become a burd.cn ou
the county, while the men, when they
have a sine toe, at once apply to the
supet visors for aid. Phoenix Gazelle.
Armv of Tramps.
The Chicago Bccord says: Another
movement similar to that which
Geneial Coxey oiganized a few years
ago, and which is designed to take an
army of unemployed moil ou a long
trip across Jbe country, is being
quietly organized in this city. If the
present plans are carried out and the
army" organized it will at once go
to work as n co-operativo common
wealth. It is said that with tbe ad
journment of the convention of the
American Railway Union, which will
meet in this, city in June, tho limo
will havo anived for tho order to
march. President Eugene V. Debs
and other men prominent in railroad
organization aie said to bo among the
prime movers of tho scheme. Utah
is to be the haven of rest.
Figures bate been gathered which
show there an 100,000 men and
women out of employment in Chicago.
It is belieycd tint the army will move
with several thousand men in lino and
pick up many more on tho way to tho
Tt In numrtnii hv tvoo2iai)liical au
thorities that tho first Biblo printed
Ih America was "John Eliot's Indian
Bible." In 1G6S. The laniniago into
which this Bible was translated is ex
tinct, and it is s-aid only one or two
persons are ablo to read it.
Fifty years ago the custom of eat
ing horseflesh was tir.it introduced in
Austria. To-day Vienna has nearly
200 horse-butchers, and 20,000 horses
are eaten in that city annually.
In tbe District Court of the Fourth Judicial
District, of tho Territory of Arlxona, Id
and for tha County of Cocoulno.
W. II. Ncr, Plaintiff,
J. P. Daogr. P. I'. Daoos and
W. A. Dagos, partners in
trade, doing business un
der the Arm name and Mrle
of Daoos Uros., Defen
dants. Salt No. 40.
Under and by virtue of an executtontssued
by the District Court of tho Fourth Judicial
Dlslrlct.oftho Territory of Arizona. In and
fur 1 hi) County of Coconino, on Iho 10th dav
of December. A. D. IBM. and to mo us Hberltf
uuiy uirecteuiinuuellreredon lliellth day
of Alurih. 1K97. on it certain ludunumt In
favor of said pUtntlfT and Hgalnut sutd de
fendants, upon which said Judgment there
was HCtuully duu ana unpaid, tho sum of
Klvo Thousunil Tli'cn IlunU ed and Fifteen
7G 100 (tK)l.v;.V Dollars, on tin- ilxto of the
lnuunce of said execution. th Interest
thereon lit the rut" of one and one-halt per
cent, per monih from the 19h day of Du-
ceniuer, 1HW, which bald Jurigimnt wan duly
docketed u renulred liv law on the 2lit d iv
of MnrclH9j Iu the records of tho DUtilct
ourt ot oconlno Cuuntr, Arizona, and
thereunon became a lieu on all the rval
property beloniflne to i-ald defendants, or
eltht r of tlc'in, on the bald 21 st day of March
13:. or at any time lliereafu r. I have. In tho
manner miiu rorm as riqinrcu by law. duly
levied on all tbu rlulit title, claim and In
lurest whlcn the Hiild defendants, ornltbur of
tbetn. bud III the DremKcs heretnuf t r d-
kcrlbtd on tbu 21st day of March. 1S33 or
which tbey or any person clalnilnir undor
incm oreltnerol tnem has since acquire. in
and to kald premises.
t'ublic notice Is hereby Elveu that I will,
at the door of the courtlioUMi of tbetald
Coconino County, said courthouse belnif
aituated In the Town of Klamaff. In said
county on tho 15th day of May. A. D 1897,
ai the hour of twoo'c oek n. m. of that dav.
(ell at public auction tp the bUlien bidder
lor ea-n. in lawiui money or ino united
Mates, ail the rlnlit, t tie. claim and Inieiet
of the above-named dfendiuut. J. K. Dasgs.
I'. 1. Dairies and W. A. Dai;s. or either of
them. on thoatld SNtdayof March, IK93. or
at any time thereafter, and all the right
title, claim and Interest that any person
holdlnK under them or either of them now
haiior bad acquired from and alnco the 21st
day of March. 192, In and to the following
described property, toxethor with all ana
singular tho appurtenances thereto belonic
Iiik, levied ou as aforesaid, and situate In tbe
COuutyof Coconino, Territory of Arltona,
numbered sixteen ilfii. seventeen (17)
and eighteen USi. In block numbered nine
teen (191, of tbe townslle or FlaKstaff, Ari
zona. Lots numbered (Tl, elpht 8i. nine it) and (lOi
In block 111 of the school land townslto of
Lot numbered twenty iSO) la block 8VV ot tbo
townslteol KlaxHtaff, Arizona.
Ixts numbered hltcenil8) and seventeen
ilTl. in block numbered eighteen 1181. of tbe
townMteof Flagstaff, Arizona,
Lots I) umbered three i3i and four (4) In
block 3A, of tbe townslte of FlagstufT, Ari
zona. '1 be east one-half of northeast one-fourth
of si tlon elithteon, township six toon, north
of range nine east.
The south onu-half of section fourteen,
township sxieen. north, range nine east,
containing three hundred and twenty acres.
Lots numbered fourteen and lifteen. and
the east one-half of lot numbered thirteen
In block 1A, of tbo townslte of Flagstaff,
Lots numbered twenty-three. (231 and
twentv-four ill I In block numbered foriv-
four,t'i. of tbe townslte of Flagstaff, Ari
Ixjls numlwrcd six (8) and seven (Tl. and the
west oue-lhlrd ot lot numlwr live (5'. Iu block
number Uve It', of the townslte of Flagstaff,
Or of so much thereof as may be necessary
to satisfy said Judgment, together with Inter
est, i oti uud accruing costs.
Daud April tS. IW.
K. II. CAMEItON, Sheriff.
First publication April IU. l9r.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
llOmcSTEAD ESTRT No. 719.1
Land Orrics at Pnrscorr, Ariz, i
March 12. 189?. f
Notice Is hereby given that tbe following
named settlor has tiled notice of his inten
tion to make final proof In support of his
claim, and that said proof will be mado be
ore clerk of District Court at Flagstaff
Arizona, on April S3. 1891. viz: Mrs. Par
uella Campbell, for tbo HEM. Sec. 31. TwDt.
XI. N. K. SR.
Bhe names the following witnesses to prove
ber continuous residence upon and cultiva
tion ot said land, to wit: Qus Dlllman,
William Mayflower. Geort-o Buckler sr..
Charles Veil, all ot Flagstaff. Arizona.
P. W. O'SULLIVAN. Beglster
MOriGE m tUBLIGATION.
Lamb Omci at Pbxsoott, I
January u, 18v7. f
Notice Is hereby given that the following
named settler has filed notice of his Intention
to make final proof In support of his claim,
and that said proof will be mad before
Clerk Probate Court at Flagstaff, Coconino
county. Ariz., on May 8. 1807. vlt:
Donald Chlsholm, for tho Lots 3. 4. Bands.
Soc. 6, Twp. 19 N of U 9E.
He names tbe following witnesses to Drove
his coi. .Inuous residence upon and cultiva
tion of said land, viz: Thos. Richardson.
Euclid M. Libel, William J. Stephens, Samuel
Douglass, all of Flagstaff, Ariz.
I'. W. O'SULLIVAN Keglster.
Done strictly to order, and all work prompt
ly attended to.
Horseshoeing a specialty.
tV Repairing of all kinds done.
Shop nerthwost corner Aspen Avenuo and
A gassli street.
HENRY HELLER, Proprietor.
SANTA FE ROUTE;
Atlantic & Pacific R. B
U .(Western. Division.)
C. W. Smith. Hi niter.
Condenaed Time 'Inbli- .No
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Limited trains No. 3 westbound and No.
eastbound run semi-weekly.
No. 3 leaves Chicago 6 p. m. Wednisdnys
and Saturdays; passes Albuquerque 12 06
p. 111. Fridays and Mondays; llarstow lA',p
m. Tuesdays and Saturdays, arriving at Los
Angeles 6 p. m Tuesday and Saturdays. 1
Passengers for north of MoJhvh holding
tickets rcadlne via Molare chatnm at liar.
stow to No. 5.
No. 4 leaves Los Angeles at 8 a. m. Tues
days and Fridays, passing llarslow I 55 p. m.
and Needles 7.30 n. m.ssnio days: Albuquer
que 3.55 p. m. Wralnesdayi and Hal Unisys,
arriving Chicago 9 4J a. m. Fridays and Mon
days. lftnnirAr frnm nnplh it Unl.rn m-w lab
the Limited either at llarstow or tbeNeedles.
Only first-class tickets sold ut ful rates
are honored on the Limited trains.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars dally
throuzh tM'twoen Chlc.iirn and tan Fran.
Cisco and Chicago and Los Angeles.
ruiiman Tourist Sleeping Cars dally
through between Chicago and jan Francisco
and Chicago and ts Angeles
The Grand Canyon of the Colorado can be
reached only via this line.
Ask for a lieautlfully Illustrated 00k
which will bo mailed fre
DOM A. SWEET.
General Passenger Agent. Albuquerque. N.M.
You orobablv oav ton
much a month for tea; it is
probably not very good.
Try Schilling's Best. If
you don't like it, your gro
cer returns your money.
You may find ur oected
pleasure and profit in it
A Schilling & Company
c:td to Foot-Terrible Case
r-:rc..ia Completely Cured
t'Kln, rj:;iin33), Headache,.
-el jy Htrtd'e Sarsaparilla.
-rsf saa with oczonia and had it
444f i ?tns ulmost u ruDiiIngsore
" o I -10:,. I did not receive ben-
, v ttwC.o, aud thought I would
fh fesrsspiirJIla. Since talcing a
5 of 'J!f I have not
' 'is symptoms
Vi ,a ij 1 piared. Ibellevo
.'3jpRi illi. to lie the best ruedi-
a the luarVt.' Rugekb P. A.
'D, Falrljank. Arizona
" I wai afflicted with dyspepsia. I could
net nothing to cure me until I began tak
ing Hood's Sarsaparllla. I have taken
four bo'.tloj and now I am cured." Jbff
D. Koovts, San Pedro, New Mexico.
ITonrs Sirsiparllli is the One True Blood
Purifier. Sold by all druggists. $1, six for S5.
at risk the lota ottlas. labor and groand
i nt. TnsasarsMis ion oc ciwas.
anaiwvia ins neat :ao not aeetv
aa niMiwH. BM Aaaoai in .
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