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T03IBST0XE JXUJA' PUOSl'ECTOK, SATURDAY EVENING, F12BRUAKY 10, 1889.
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CITY OFFICIAL PAPER
Fresh Katich Butter Irora tLe ranch ot J
11 White atWolcotl' ah Stote. S-7tf
Supreme Judge? do not agree any
more than eminent surgeons. A St.
Paul paper nuotes fifteen cae? uhich
have been decided in five dillc-rent
Mays in the different rUtei. The tame
law that Michigan held unconstitution
al w.is decided exactly opposite hi
The Unired States are eating more
oranges, lemons, banana, fig and
raisins than any other country, on
Two men in Tex.-Vs had a depute as
ta what "prohono publico" meant, and
they sottlrd it by carving e-ch other
witli knives. The term means ju-t
what it did before.
Sylvanus Cobb only wanted an hour
to lay the plot of a story and place his
characters. It would have been hard
er for him to writs a M'hool composi
tion than a serial to run for twenty
Peter Hastings and Anna Smith,
of Utica, had been married tiftten
minutes when he called her a liar, and
Anna chvued one of 1 1 1 - eyes almost
out and walked secn miles to her
01ie Lopuu has been looking into
the domestic economy of the French,
and i-he finds it to consist in doing
without tilings. She mvs they make
nothing go further than other people.
unless it is talk.
Virginia alo hangs for murder, and
the Sheriff" of Randolph county w ill
ghefoOto any one v,ho can prove
that any man who has witnessed a
hanging in that state has afterwards
Jersey City has abolished its neiTi:
Iiovb' home. It was found that the
beys ueJ it for a loafing place, and
that four-fifths of its lodgers were boys
who ran awav from home and had no
real need for its conveniences.
A tramp confined in an Illinois jail
dug a hole in the wall and could have
passed out had he been willing to re
move -ome of his clothe-". He had on
four shirts and two suits, and, rather
than part with them, he remained in
It is said thai a gentleman is on bi
way to this countrv from France who
can stupefy all the people in a hotel
in ten minutes and give him an op
portunity to rob every jerson under
the roof. Hut he can't stupefy the
flight clerk in two hours.
Tiie kerosene used in Dakota freezes
olid at teven degrees below zero, and
it is as much a part of the household
work to melt the cake of kerosene as
it is to wash the dishej or sweep the
A dead-bct, who had but sixty cents
to Ilia name, took blank check-, went
from store to etorc in Cairo, and made
purchases of over ?400, filling out a
check in each case. A man who sign
his name to a check with a great flour
ish is supposed to be rich.
In trying to cut a "pigeon wing" on
the ice on the Kennebec the other day
Charles Johnson got a fall by which
he broke an arm, a leg, two ribs, crack'
ed his akull and knocked out four
teeth. Thoc not satisfied with the
performance had their money refund'
The Mannion House, at llitbec, is
the only hotel jn the copper camp.
Forty elegantly furnished rooms.
Just opened nrd eiervtliing n tt. El
egantly furnished club rooms. The
bar is supplied with the best of liquor
nrd cigars. Ask to bo shown to the
Mansion House when you go to Jlis-
bee. I.swih Vidai,
1 2.T lm Proprietor.
The House Fires Her
Out oi the Omni
bus Hill. .
Mills Cannot Find Ills Tariff
Iiiil and Wants It.
ti if v i ii
The House I-avors tlic Repeal
of the Tobacco Tax.
And Otherwise Favors a Iiu:tion of
srKCiAL uisrTCnr. to rno5rcoTo:t.
WASHixfrro.v, Fob. 1". The ways
and means committee this morning
practically decided to reiort the 1 ill
making an estimated reduction
in the rc.cnues of nlout .t'O.C'O,-00-3.
W.v-JItsc.TO.v, Feb. 10. 15y a vote of
9 to 't the House eomm't'ea on appic
priations resolved to leport faorablv
en the Cowles internal revenue bill.
The siibitituto propcifs an entire re
peal of the tobacco tax.
Tj-inl Tor ISribory.
N'Etv Yosk, Ftb. 10. The second
trial of Thos. C. Kerr, treasurer of the
l.roadnay surface railroad for bribing
aldermen, wa begun to-day.
Ksctei!, 2f. H. Feb. !C General
Oilman MarFion hn bten tendered
and has cccepted the apjrointmcnt c!
Pnited States Senator by flovernor
Sawyer from the lth of March until
the legislature in June provide- for
the neit -i.x vears term.
,"m5ltiiiir SI:c Torrifoi-Io-.
WArlltsoTO.v, Feb. 10. The House
instructed the confeMice committee
on Territories to agree to the iidmif
sicn of Xorth Dakota, MonUnn and
Washingjon Tcrritorie- by a pme!a-
mation of tho President, and alo
South DaVotr en a proclamation of
the President under the r-'ionx Falls
constitution without ote. This omits
"evv Mexico And Arizona. The vcte
ftood 1J!) to 101.
Wamiisctcn-, Feb. 10. Mill- report
ed the following resolution, which he
said prcscntetPn oiiesliou of priilcge
and commission of which lie would
ask tho House to enter tijion Titewlay.
Rcsolvcil tha.t the u!Ktitution by the
Senate, under the form of an amend
ment, for k bill of the Honrc, Xo.
'.1,051, known as the Mills bill, cf an
other and different bill containing a
general revi-iau of laws 5mioing im
pcrt duties and internal tnrs in con
flict with the true intent and purpose
of sec. 7, art. 1, f the Constitution,
and that said bill lo returned to the
Senate with the suggestion that said
H...V.. .i-sis... . iiuua-I J.cpreJMl-
! .t.:f. l .it '"at ,e'u)fe in rFt b-l h in-trL-ao cpb In
tati.es, winch has the .-ole jitter to. tte it, ,t tur ir.divoa.i. hech nr.uk.ue
originate etich a measure. Mcin'ev! nhn-by tr eA hm b a bn a-utfet I.
. , ,, ... I sra'cfttl.y bleftd. Henee It la tbatr.imiicl tr
said (lie constitutional objection Was! wnl!r. pnlreol Cltctile Ulltem - nny frel
j her - ibsirrer.irllo- o hei'tb, toiheacr-l
raised bva matoritv of the ramniittrMil 0-ai Ierti!reirtTjnle. If 5oaaretrua
lei w!t4 a"T dleeAf Kldtij. Liver or Mr.m-rh
only this morning He therefore rl";"'
served to tlit minnrttr Hip rMii i.. itl
their views, The free list in the bill
is almost identical with that of the
Oli! I'l-iitl Troon.
Fruit trees, two, threo and four yenr
obi. Umbrella, Mulberry. Peach, Pear,
Apricot, Apple. Pig. Plum, Pruues,
Nectarines, Aluind. Japanere Persim
mon. Kuglisii Walnut. Ponugranate.
fruiting; two-year old Crupcrines,
vikHfebTries, laspberries; 1,000 lioso-bu-lijh.
b't d.ifurcut varieliibj Lilac,
Carnation Pii.ks, Mrck Orange. Mag.
coin, Pouiernnatu finveriug, llouey
ancU.e , Ij'II of the Valley, Cypres-es.
Cleoi.'.iN Passion Vine". Doubly Cu-nieli-i,
:nl many other plants received
from C.ilif mi: i. for eaiu by William
itratn-ti. c.-nift nf Sond and Fnltmi
trect, Tutnbstotie, A. T. 1-2 0m
lO.O.-rt rolls all new patterns wall
papnr ttti-1 t-ordcr, p:st iccfrhed at
yLK-V "N - V 'b a fur ci-u to U
vji u -1 a 1 lotie Kb lr.i!, atjil re
ii'it'' J r f -i i-m-h-' in re lite, brna
j - .u ..uussi
l.ir .,.. ri-i ;,ttCttMtM4I.MN""i,
Or the Liquor Habit, Positively Cured
ti ASisiiTtRJS3 ::. nuts' csiccn tntnz.
I'caibsglrtn In a cup cl coiiee or tea. cr In ar
licit J cl loo-l. wlchoct the knowledge ut the lwr
tontakluRlt; It laabAilJtely lianule ami will
fffcrt a ficmianent ant plj curr, -wlietl.er
tUc patient Is a moderate iliiukrroran atcohoiln
wrcvL. it HEVErt fails. "e GUARAMTEE
aromwlete ruic In even Instance. Is pikc W'k
FREE. AiU-e!i ron.iilpncr.
tOLDffl SPECIFIC C0 1 85 Ree 5! Cliclnp.i'lO
Aro constantly exposed to danger from
Cotils, 'Wlioopiiig Cough, Croup, anil
diseases peculiar to tho throat and
lungs. For such ailments, Aycr's
Cherry Pectoral, promptly adminis
tered) affords speedy relief and cure.
As a remedy for Whooping Cough,
with wliicli many of our rfiililren wuro
KfllicteJ, wo used, Uurin; the past win
ter, with much fiati-tfaction, Ayer's
Cherrv Pectoral. For tliis afloction, wo
consider thia preparation tho most effi
cacious ot all the medicines which haro
rorao to oar knowlcIge. ilary Park
liurst. Preceptress, Homo for Littlo
Wanderers, Doncaster, Md. i. .
My children havo been peculiarly sub
ject to attacks of Croup, and I failed to
rind any eSTectivo remedy until I com
menced administering Ayer's ChcrTy
Pectoral. This preparation relieves tho
difficulty of breathing and invariably
cure the complaint. David O. Storks,
Chatham, Columbia Co., 3f. Y..
I have used Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
in my family tor many years, ami
hare found it especially -valuable in
Whooping Cough. This modicineallays
all irritation, prevents Inflammation from
extending to the lungs, and quickly sul
dues ahv tendency to I.unj Complaint.
J. U. Wellington, Piaiuville, Mich.
I find no medicine o effective, for
v,roup auu nooping ijongti, as Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral. It saved the life of my
little boy, only six months old. can-vimr
him safely through tho worst caso of
Whoopinc Couch I ever saw. Jano
JIalone, Pmcy Plats, Tenn. Jt
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
I'rtprl bv Dr. J.C. Ajerfc Co.. Lowell, Jim.
fccUt-allln:wl:. Trice ft; iU bottle., 5.
Ladies and Gentlemen:
If you d3!ire Good Dc-ds and Pleas.iLl
IJconv, go to
MRS. L T. TRASK'S HOUSE.
OPEN AT ALL HOURS.
San Pedro St, Benson, Ariz.
Job U ork neatly executed ut
A:vt;i: tj jnTiu:if.
Mw. UifLo's ?vymia Stci r. fTcLiHrn
tMthlnr.t the tife-vripMoa of nae f lb -t fc
m .h-nnrt Kcd phyjet nlat e Crii.t) S ate.
ih1 hi 4 !ren n-rtt !orfrtrr ye s wit a i-vtrl I
lLj;kcce-p byrntHioR' 1 1 si. tlini furth-Ir fhit
ilrrn Do-ing tbirof of lerthinjli" mine If
Ire I nlaMt. It rllnr the cht'd (ro-.i ij!d
enrr djtmxrw &n-t Jijrr o-u prtpirc in the
bowel am! vlujrol c. llrs'vlnc r--lih to the
rlillj It re Is tae mother. lilcc(45 rrnu a
br.tle. Jjb21 lj
Jnil received at Jos HncnVr's Pio
necr store, a Cuts lot of grass seeds
Red and White Clover
Kentucky Itlue Grow.
Te Ta.Iln 'roa, It --. ilmrrrir.r .rM t.-ln
"J- "OIB- s " "
J. H. Diiitef'n ranch lintler by rx
prr i iilv. one dulUr per n!l. at tho
lUiM-hise Hardware and Trading Coss-
pany ! ture.
Two. Three anil Z'uiit-
i li- - . . ,Oj j. 2UOI
Of the Proceedings of.
the Arizona Congress
Some Good Bills Introduced
In Ilotli Houses.
Ciieyney Wants to Realize on
School Lands of the
The Comity Division'iU at Work on
yrr-ciAi. DisrATCJiESTO rnospECTon.
Pjiemx, Feb.10. The House amend
ment to print 2,000 instead of 1,000
copies of the Goernor' message was
lost, and Mes-rs. Ho.idley and Moore
apiointed a-i a conference committee.
The same action was taken on the
amendment regarding the apioint
ment of committees to impact the Ter
ritorial institutions, with Dorrington
and Hoidley as the conference com
The Joint reolution proiding for
the publication of the proceedings of
the legislature in au official paper,
etc., was passed.
Councilman Chcyney introduced a
joint, resmuuon :or a memorial ;o
Congress providing for the lease of the
school and unhersity lands of the Ter
ritory; committee on education.
A joint re.-olution by Simpson to en
courage water storage in the Territory
ind providing for the. expenditure of
?1,."00 hy each county for the purpose
of erecting storage reservoirs and re
claiming arid hinds; agricultural com
Moore introduced a joint reioltviion
as a memorial to Congress protesting
against any change in the iTe-ert land
la id law ; adopted.
Horns bill Xo. 13, concerning pub
lic lii'ids, referred to committee on ju
diciary. House bill Xo. 1 1, by Underwood, an
act concerning court reporters, referred
te committer on jtulicitry.
Hou.e bill Xo. 15, an act to prevent
the intro luction of diseased meats into
the Territory, referred to committee
on live stock.
House bill Xo. 10, an act to cncoui
age the construction of a railroad to
the Or.vid Canyon of the Colorado;
committee on corporation?.
Houc bill Xo. 17, by Tenney, of
Pima, concerning property that shall
lc exempt from sale on execution;
committee on judiciary.
House bill Xo. 18, by Thornton, of
Yar.ip.ti, to amend paragraph 2,05."i,
ce. 2,0.", code ; committee on judici
ary. House bill Xo. 19, by Tenney, of
Pima, relating to fire insurance; com
mittee on judiciary.
House bill Xo. 20, by Jones, of Cfla,
to attach tortious of Yavapai to Gila
county, was referred to committee n
counties and county boundaries by the
following vote: ye 15, nays 8, ab
House bill Xo. 2, to provide for the
cessation of labor on the first day of
the week ; on motion of Purdy indefi
WHOLKSALE AXD RETAIL Ul'TCIIKK
.tKc-ii Htrtcl. Ulnrt-a 5:h nail Ilt.-i.
I have a Large and Will A rttd Stotk of
Bologna?, Xsrd, Pork Sausage, Head
Cliees?, Eastern Pioklcd Pork,
Cornei Beef, Tripe and Fig's
Uigbett Cash Price paid fcr Choice Tcef, Tctk and Mutton and Geme and
obiii:rm ritoMfiLY fii.lki aa'!
rur. city FitKt:
Arc Immensely popular becaaso they
are strictly llrst-class, tally narrantcd.
ana sun osiy mcuiutn in price.
Are the best In the world, and have led
all others for yesrs. (her 180,000 in
nse. The people are bottnil to have the
best, and will have none but the Esicj.
Oar prices nro tho lowest and term
either time payments or cash, as cus
Call and sec n;, or send for Cata
logues and full information.
233 State Street, Chicago.
JSt. Louis House,
Dnhr la al! .r.t tf
Frc.h Fish ever- Thursday, 25e jcr lb.
Fresh Oysters " Friday, 25c per doz.
Fremont St., next to Post Office
Fremont, bet.- 3rd & 4lh.
Choice Drajids of
Grain of all Kinds
Kept Cccmciljrcn Hisd an J
SOLD AT LOWEST PRICES.
Cor.jtittly en IlanJ. J11f
rvarca. G.COO.GQC3 rri" w Cia K
! tJa 1 itj: mad am stlubli bum . mJ t!w iuo
T7 TfTTT JV I'd .
lis tjc-s, wsei-n
timti p--IVAsts. and
tuotrrd rittfflt. vif.
XaIatCalIJI"i"'R., tt ,wir
taaxlauic. I &azU exl t,rr : AOixn
O. M. FER!IY& CO., Sstnsft, Mlcfc.
u mM m? m
iF.Juivi:us:i to a.v pakt op
OIG & 91S Olive St.
Cor. 5th ami Fr.inont Sty.
JOIi IIOEFLER, '- PROP'R.
ufalei; IN -
MINERS' and RANCHERS'
Supplies a Specially.
AtiENT FOIt IMri.OVED
And the Celebrated.
TnSTb. VAGOX coveks.
i Buckeye Force-pump
Frcfh Garden Flowers and Field
Seed Uoiist-tntly en Hand.
Cor Allen i ri.'tli f-'t., Tomb-tone. .
ki:kis om.y Tiir. ci:ticr.rr
Groceries and Provisions
rixr-T iMroTcn axi roMK.nc
i?"Don't fail lo give him a call.
Tlu-ti- IlnsinrsH i:.oi;ilnS.
rrol-abty ro mf- Ihlt- li rnnrrtl tnrh a genrr
cl rcnvilof IrsJe et J. Vnnce'ii Dtqs Stcre LU
SlTlDK iwj- to lil tiKtiiiarrn of u mtcj five
trtllittlraof Pr. Kin'snxr MeoTeryfor Con
nmftlon. HIa tra-t(-is vinrfilf cnormons In tbU
nrjl-ible rtlcfniattir ft tbt It lw-
enre tn.l ntxtr IIiM lntii CowRh. Colds.
Axtb-nv, tnrhltl4 Croup rnC all tlirott nl lung
dlM-aM-a ultLlr rtinil Ti'il ren Im-I It l-fpro
bnjlng liy k ttliiR i trlil butUc frte, lame I, $1.
Tyctj battle varrautrit.
i:f.i:t i.m. final FitonK
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tSITSn MlA-'Ki I AVI OFTI'K. I
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li.s lt.n Ulr-lie Clerk of tbrU S. C.r,
at Ti-inh-t r Atlroca, tn Friday, tb liih dair
II raiur th WI uttcntlnr'Ma tnr,toTe ths
c mptrtf !rrlratlrtirnrtr'lamilonf a Id IrU:
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totf, A. T.J JtcU otib, if TiJiif-'. A. T.
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