KOT1CKTO TIIK l'UIIL.U:.
All contracts unci bills for advertising pay.
l)le monthly. 0
Advertising rntcs tflven upon appllcutlon.
Huslm-bs locals 10 cents per lino for first Inr
rrtlon.and 6 cents per lino for vuch subse
public mutters, but ull notion of fratlvaN,
airs, meetings of societies, huppurs. entor
lulniiiciitHiind ini'iulon of mmrluccs, births
and deaths lieyuud the regular ntinouticd
went, will be. clmritcd for at regular rales.
THURSDAY. SKIM'EMHEUSO, 1897.
lSi'Oisnlz llleiful lloiuln.
Govurntir MiCiuil tuts dune t-xtiutly
lhv Uihij," wuivli liis enemies clistttfi'd
liMAVouitl ito if lnatlu GifVetuni' tif
Allzouu. liu Inn rtuitiud thu pi'inou
cuulruel unleretl into by thu Utmrd of
Couti'ol liming thu1 Ungues iKliiiinlii
trution; hu lias (uiuleil tliu Yavapai
railroad' bonds wliieli il is claimed' lit u
illegal, Imviuj: been lulled uutler tin
siilim law utt Hie 1'iina coiiniv railroad
btdiil which lliu ' Stipreinu court of
thu Uliilt-d 6lulr.s (ieelut'uil to he, illu
gal and void. 1) his act in funding
these Yuyttiai buuds, GiH'"' Me
Cold has loaded an niklltiouul dubt on
theipeoile of- AilZoua, Wliieli' ' never
citliUl liuveeeii'ijitil on them without
lite uiil of Hut loan coniniissioii of tint
Territory. Tint hoitnl tif ti)ervior.s
lust year einjilot ed ulilu counsel to
tijjlil anil (Ifleut lhe.su bonds, agreeing
to pay fOOOO Ihelefor. Under tliumi
conditions Governor McCnrd. and his
loan couiml.s.sioii should have refused
to reeoguiztt or aeklniwledgtt these
bonds uiilil their legality had .been es
tablished bv thu courts of I he land.
Governor MtCord hits m far ftillillcd
nil the predictions tuatle by his politi
cal enemies, and there nr many hon
est men who assisted him in his uofr
nllous ulio urn uow hanging their
headsiu slnirun for UU ollicial aels.
So tiiticli for McKiulejiMii, Graham
A Lour Klin, Mo., genius has inven
ted u lover's ahum clock. At ten
o'clock- it ' sltikrr loudly, two flitt!e
doom open, itutl the lijjtiro of :i man
attiied hi" u. Ilresslng gown nppeal-s.
holding in his right haw! a sign on
which are inscribed" the worth. "'Good
Niglit." . . ' y
A curtain uuihor wiolo a letter to an,
editor complaining against thu small
price paid for, one of his ifrUclesV"Tht!
editor replied: "GirulMiistaiiees, liaVe
compelled us to reduce the price of our
, publication. Fol' thlWyeitlsa.sC jtitl
have been contributing to our down
fall. You inliM, therefore, lii'jt'ryour,
part of thu burden. We really think.
you should manifest some sympathy
for us.'' Atlanta Coustllulinti.. . .
A Georgia newsboy who reads the
iiuwpapers, submits the following
utilquu composition on the lynching
evil, "hyiichlti' is wronjj. Jt hurls
the liiiibs of The, bealltltlll liees. while
the birds sing. It also hurls thu pro-.
' pie w hat's I) nelied. They should have
a regular hungin' an1 t-cll peanuts an'
lemonade. People what's hung regu
lar by law, always go to heaven. 1
don't want to go to heaven that way."
A Portland clergyman hag lost his
old-tiuit. coulitlenco in mankind. There,
came to hiua tho other day a muu who
said (hat hu bad not had a square mciii
in n w'eek. The miuister gave him a
note to a hotel-keeper, saying thu man
could have what hu wauled, and that
he, the minister, would pay the bill.
"How much tlo I own for that pour
fellow's luealP" lie usked. Sixlj-livu
cuiitis" said the lujlel mau. -VVhal
did hu liuve that cnt so much?" asked
thu imsuspectiug minister. "Fivit
boors and a Maulmliuu cocktail."
"TwUetvn weai-s n liandkc-i chief
around his neck ull tho time.'
Yes;"lie,M8 it lakci ull Iho starch
ed, colarii (n tlie hodio to keep bis wife
going'DetruIt tteo Pre.-,
Mrs. liutinlgan Phut v lauehiu' at
Jfftib " '
Mv. 0,Flaghor!li'OI yror just t'lh
Vlu' phal a dhfllltV a tolme there'd be
at tfio siventoe.it' av March emtio on
the Fottrt' av July. New York Truth.
Dress Wounds MitU llniiU Notes.
All Italian soldier, who lias i reentry
tvitirued from Abyssinia, has had a re
markable exoui'iencn which, while pla
cing him lu a position of comparative
wealth, was nevertheless the means of
bringing him within measurable dis
tance of punishment liy court martial.
When ho returned home It was found
that he had brought with him bunk
notes worth lijiljess than 21,000 lire.
As no soldier, It was Oelleved, could
ever curat by such wealth honestly he
was at once arrested anil sent to be
Ills slury was remarkable, so io
uiarkahle, indeed that it bore the im-pre.-s
of truth. ''This was to the effect
that tho iioleH were given to him by
the Ah)8siulans after the butlo of
Abba Carina, In which ho was very
Hu noticed that the natives had a
large.nlimber of banknotes whiuhlliey
had stolen or annexed' from the regi
mental pay chests. They did not
know what, to do witli them, and
simply regarded them as curiosities,
which Indeed they no doubt were to
, As it Is a'eold day1 wlien a soldier
does not warmto tuo possibilities of
tlie occasion, this sou of Mars decided
that the wealth which his eyes gloated
over, and Which was of no use to its
possessors, had bolter be transferred
to his ockels. Accordingly he told
t lie natives 'that thu bank note, all of
willed were engraved with allegorical
pictures of I lie saints, which had been
placed there bv the Pope that thov
minhl be tisetl to cure thu wounds of
Moved with pity for the desperate
hurts of the soldiers, the Alnssinians
hound up the wounds of such, of thu
injured as came.their way with these
notes, in order that the sacred em
blems might work their best, and
never niiM for thu money back when
tin- wounds, weru cured.
'What gave a triiiliful appearance
.loathe soldier's statement was that
many of the notes went i.loodstai'ued.
' lilood-staiued bank notes, however,
are quite as good us lho.su that i.re
imniitt'Ulate. and therefore the' soldier
acquired riches through tils wounds,
if lie dul hot literally "coin his' blood
to richness," and was by so much a
beller-ou" individual than a soldier who
bus only his oi dinary pay to solace hia
illjlllles.' rolelgn heller.
l'uhi'l Into u Oik? f I. torn..
NA singular story of jealousy jtntl
'revenge' comes from' Sicily. A beati
tlftll. yoliug girl named Fiorina, who
was the belli of a traveling circu?. )u
wliieli sliii ligllled as thu lion nuceii,
hall'beeii. for some time receiving tlie
; i , A .1..... i...t ;.
ui-it'uiiioo Hi.nii .uiiieiu oeioiluoilT lo
tho same troupe. liy some means she
ascertained that he was not faithful to
her, but had another lady love. .
No signs, however, of iir painful
discovery were allowed "to escape.
ShU'StjII smiled sweetly upon him, but
id her own bosom she planned a terri
ble, revenge. One evening, when tho
perforiiiHUco had been unusually brill
intit after Fiorina hail whipped thu
lions and forced them to lie" aider
feet she called her recreant lover
aside and said to him: ' '
"Do jott still love meP"
Always" ho answered, i
Do you know that I should die if
you should devote yourself to another
""What an idea!"
"Ilullsliuiilil lirst kill you," said
"And, how, would yon do that?"
"Tims!" cried the girl, and a? she.
spoke sho pushed hrr faithless lover
violently into, the cage of the linns.
Tho animals attacked the unfortunate
man at oneu nljd literally toro Jilm to,
pieces, w'hild Fjoriiia 'urged tltom on
With blows of her whip, -Weekly
Tetter, Saft-IUicum aud EcWtna. J
Tito intense Hobina; nntisra'atinpriincf,.
dent to these aiscases, isitistantlynllayed
liy iipnlying Chamuerlalu'a' Eyo mid
Skin Ointment. Many very bad cased
lmvo' been permanently curqtl by It. Jt
ia eqttnlly efllcietttro'r itching piles and
a favorita remedy for EOro nipples,
chapped bands, cliilblaliis, frost bites
and chronic sore eyes. 25 cts. per box
J)r, Cady'n Condition Powdors, aro
jnst whjt a hOrso' needs when in bad
condition:. Tonic, blood pnrlBet nnd
vermifngfr. They are not food but
medicine and the best in use to put a
howc in prime condition. Price 25
cents per package.
Pronounced Incurable, but Actvl led
ia try 'tfspti'a 3ar3aparllla-f;,;
Cn)r'?'rCwrt5 and Aitto' ' -
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i j ". TT-jft,'.
Is tho tifst-la f:jyt 'n "no y:a Wood p'tir!
(It. HisnnttncetTl' "i! I. IV l. six fr.rCJ.
ii i -411.. l'"rB b'vr lllit pnsy tc
HOOCIS rlllS take, easy to operate. 250,
' ;i"i ; '
IMHfej. of I merest.
Table of dislanees fmin FlaffstalT,
Grand Can) on of the Colorado
River 65 miles. Scenery Indescrib
able. Cataract Canyon 65 miles. The
abode of the Supai Indians. Can be
entered only on horseback.
Natural. Bridge 75 miles. Arch,
250 feet; ttidlh, 600 feel; height, 275
Montezuma Wells mid Castle 50
mile's. Point of great interest.
Walnut Can on 8 miles. Thn home
of the Clin Dwellers, a prehistoric race
of four hundred )eirs ago. Walls of
Sunset Mountain 10 miles. An
extinct volcano, supposed to have been
netive'four hundred years ago-
Ciivh Dwellings -8 miles. Tim home
of a prehistoric race.
Tim Black ,Cj nier 15 miles. In
tho center of. the largest lava beds in
tlie world.- '
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Suit Franelsijoreiik.'13 liules.
.Willi an jiltitiiiie of 14.000 feet. Snow
capped most ot lliu year. From" the
top with a good glass, one can see al
ninst one-third of the Territory. .
The Moqnij Villages 100 miles. The
home, of the Snake. lJ.uice.
A. S. Murray and Wife
FUttorad to' Health by Dr. t Mil' Rotor.
H. SinitnAY, engineer for Koot &,
Konntreo Mcrcantllo .Co., Spring
field, Mo.,.Trrltcs: "I suffered from
dy&pepsla, was unable to eat any thin;; with
out severo distress. Treated by sovcral
physicians without benefit, I became almost'
a physical wreck and uuablo to attend to
my work.- I took. Dr. .Miles' Restorative
Nervine and In six weeks I was well. Jty
wife had a sevoro at
tack of la. Orlppo
which brought on
troubles peculiar to j
urncx, Tho Kcstor
attvo N'orvlno la tho
only thins that haa.
helped her. Wo bqth -
In a way to help others ,as we ha,vo been.'1
Dr. Miles' Remedies .aro iqldjjy alt drug
gists under a positive "guarantee, first Ijci'Hlo
benefits dr niotiey refunded. Rod's, on
Heart and Nerves sent freo to alt aDtil'.nvnts,
Clou thlaS ;
, CT BC1P.8 JIUIFiO
r-rotcct rotir l1cit tlmy m.f rteir yo'i wii
Wrlto JOHrf WB0lBKDfRX ixCfpatel.t ! At
ney. Wasntiistnn. p. It. for t- ,it g,,, prlz, 0
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' nmvliMy Says Su.
Cncaret9 CanilifeUatitiirtlcy tho most won-1
derjtul uietllcal difecflcrvof thuuftf, p'vas
ant'ftnd refr'Rtotnr tn'tWt&sH'jaeiirently
nnil iio?ltlvcly'ti kMne.vs. Jivvr nnd tidwcls,
cleaiislrii; thf cnwisi'ln, dl't'l colils,
cure liemlaoVe, jovpr,;UnMtntil voiwtipatton
and blllouinoss. Pletf4y nnd trv a box
of C. C. C. to-dnv; 10 SV,Wlj;ent. Huldand
eurnteed to cure tj li UMU;ifit-
fc- Restores j
Schilling's Besl baking
fa H stronger Mhan any coff c ;,
other. r -i ; ,,,.. v.
. u " e 'arc Sole Ag"ids here and can fullyTecommund tliMe , ..., 'J
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v ! f',,01:'ifA t'lialjwIllSHMiiiTinee you of their good value. '"-., ' .
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If you use too much of
Scltillmg's Best soda
it doesn't spoil what you
Tde Laioesi DsDansneai Sfor'e itHrizoia.
Tourists and Visitors jire. always
Our Indian Trading,
E. F. GREENLAW
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Native Pine Lumber,
I ebiaoii Poles, Mining Stulls
Your money back
if imi Ann't Ulo SrhillffS
This is a package. ; v
of Schilling's Best tea.
You can buy it (and get'
your money back if your- ,
don't like it) at , ;
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welcome to our Indian Departmept
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