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E9T4BLIBHEJS78 , . N. A. MOEFOfiD, - - Editor ail Prourifito: , SUBSCRIPTION RATES PayftW in Advance. iaala Com - tx JiontUe S-W mi Year 10.00 Three Months t Six Months 1-5 Oaa Year.. 2. For Advertising rate or Job Printing price inquire d the Ivm'rits Cffice ofOte Herald. No. 16 North First Street. Tel ephone Na. 50. . Fou oau't . vote at Ihe city election on a oounty registration. . Monday next is the last day for oity registration of voters'. Register with the City Recorder if you will vote at the city election. It looks as though the Russian bear and the British lion were fcbout to have ecrap. " The "Kentucky Colony ia looking over the line of the Verde Canal and will locate a quantity 'of land under it, the Herald is informed. Those interested io the coming oity eleotioD, especially the issuance of bonds which will be voted bo, ebould eea that they are registered. - Phoenix is growing comparatively quiet these dys though there will probably be more building done this Summer than for several years. The City rgistrat on of voters olcses May 18. .-' These is a split io the Oity demccra cy and Ihe Ballard fellows seem to have hirigs all tbeir own way. Yooom'i veto at the cHy election on less you register in the Great Rgiste of the oity. County registration djn' go. The braves of the Damocratio part.7 in the Territory are putting on thei wer paint. Already a new Federal and anti Federal alignment bas been made and the battle royal will soon be on to stay. . It is presumed from recent Gazette articles on local railroads that that thut j lurnal ia about to pull up ths rails oatheS F. P. & P. and lend the M. & P. road to Mark Smith for campaign purposes. The amicable agreemeut between the Republican and Democratic oity com mittees was fan arrangement for the best nterests of the city and should be bon orab'y oarried out by good Republicans and Democrats alike on the lines those oommittees selected. Spain hesitates to butcher ihe crew of the Competitor. She hae granted a new trial and it is fair to conclude that the verdict will not ba death, this time. Uncle Sam is not "blotting around" muob, but there is not a nation on earth that don't lieten when he does speak. Even Salisbury heard him once. The National Association 'of Manu facturers of the United States wiil send a large delegation to South America this summer to' look up the trade of thar. region i f country and tak6 meas ures to establish more complete trade relations between this country and the South Ajnerjctn countries. IT is reporte-i lqu certain Democrats are oovertly running in ajl the Demo cratic registrations tbey can gather up for the pity election. What does it mean? Ths longer tb Cuiian trouble con tinues the mo-, frtjbl-) bee; mes the' Spanish grip od tboi island. It . is al- alobbering fhtt-ry on t he part of a most a certainty now that Cuba n il never return to the enslaved oondition ehe was in at the beginning of the pres- Undeb the law it taues seventy per A TERKIBI.E ACCIDENT. .. ... .i . t. i i i I Deadly Flames spe the iiira or a or the city to issue bonds, should tde I Phoenix Lady. 810,000 in bonds now payable not be "This morning about a quarter past four refunded the present property owners Mr. B. F . Zieokler, tbe butcher, was oc his way to his butcher shop in bis of the oity will be obliged to raise the amount by assessment and psyefftte bocds for that amount which 68 before noted are now about due. wagon and when oppoeite tbe oiSse of the gas words on west Washington street be notioed names in tbe window of the room adjoining that office.. Siop ping bis horse he ran . to tbe window There is another gold soare on. As Bnc tearing down the screen wnicn cov . . I J-.i :J l. .. , . it.. !.,,. ; gri ha oaan from nnr Hnanntfihoa fha I I thn aAoh nnd with .his hands threw yellow metal has been leaving tne United States at the rate of nearly a million dollars per dsy and it will not take long to put it below tbe supposed low water mark. Cleveland and tbe Wall street gang are evidently working for another issue of bocds. water from the ditoh on the' names. During this time he was calling for help and Mr. Sloan, tbe liveryman, responded with a bucket and in a few moments tbe fl -lines in the window were extinguished. Mr. Con. Hurlev drove by at this time and stopped and assisted Mr. -Zjeckler. Mr. Hurley leaped through the window into tbe room but was obliged to return The oity of Phoenix is paying enough I into the open air at occe as the room I . 1 . i i rr l . .i. taxes to be on a cash bssia. The fact 1 waB xoe genue- I mAn than hatfu.Ai) in f ha . 1 1 r T- . i f thu that she has an outstanding warrant , - . . ,u .. I office and Dassict? throueh that room indebtedness of nearly $40,000 is cer- broke in the door ieaaiDg into the inside tainly good cause for investigation by room and entered. As soon as they had the committee of citizens now examia- entered the room they eaw a form lying on the floor in tbe middle of the room acd as Mr. Z ;eklero carried it into tbe M. E. CONFERENCE. THE DEATH PENALTY IN THE SENATE. Armenian Outrages and Massa- Scott Jackson's Case Disposed Free Homestead Law for States cres Denounced. Off by the Jury. and Territories. TIME OF MEETING CHANGED. GUILTY OF MURDER MIXED BLOOD INDIANS. The Next Meeting of the Conference Will Occur on the first Wednesday in May 1900. And the Jury Fix the Penalty at Those That Have Maintained Tribal nUafh nnwrint Trn Relations are as fan Honrs. Blooded Indians. Cleveland, May 13. The Methodist Conference opened today with Bishop V(006d5 in tbe chair. A Kacrlnfinn- maa nfFFArl dnOU fleirj O". I J ' in the strongest terms, the Armenian Newport. Mv 14. The Soott Jack- Washington, iuay h.-id son nrinA amnfc in tbe i J rv fit 1U o alock I " J this morninir at and 12:05 D. m. the 9ldered tb Uouae bl11 providing ror re-.urned. and amid a deathlike ree noaQesLeaa on pQCJ1 ittDaa OI stillness tbe foreman banded tbe ver outrages and massaores, Bad referring diet to the clerk who read' as follows: this oity would like to know whether other room Mr. Hurley extinguished j Congress that warrant indebtedness is the result BDOtber bleZ8 which was growing larger m'ee on State of the church to the apathy of the Chrietain govern- "We the jury find the defendant JSsott ments of Europe and America. It Jackson guilty of murder in the first nlJ h nllir,, rn Hnnirra to BBSS ""Xre uu us uub paunijr o uIi. n-nt anlMnnf,Bi,t,h0riKincthePreei- The judie' had previously-announced dent to enter into negotiations with the 'hafc .demonstration by the specta Eur'opean powers most directly inter- tura ou,d ba P-itted; consequently I: i: . . J . u nrevenfeincr farther massacres. ine - w resolution also provided that a oopy of ' brbuuu .u0,.ou the resolution be sent both houses of JBrB ana sdook nanas nesrtuy.jaoBson Tt. wrr rferrpd to the Com- I showed no reeling except asnen pale ness of the ino-. lae lather and of the present managemeat of oity af- I 8t tbe time in thp other corner of the I fairs or of some former management, room. Now on the eve of an election at which it is intended to vote for a large bond The proposition to change the time brother of Pdari Bryan were present. of holding tbe general conference from Tbe usual motion for a new trial was koma for actual settlers and after amending bo as to make it apply to all States and Territories agreed to report it with favorable r6Comuleudetion. As amended it applies tor homestead lave in all publio .l.tods states and as a matter of general importance tbe com mittee also agreed to a favorable report on tbe Senate bill defiaing tbe rights of mixed blood Indiana. Tbe bill de clares that all persons who have Iadian Dlood and have maintained tribal rela tions with any tribe of Indians, to be Indiana and entitled to all the rights and privileges of full blood Indians. Washington, May 15. In tne Senate Gov. Fbanklis of cour8? discerns the diiT-reoca batween the attempt at sect trbuble. . IilEtrr. Avebill is a "teaderfoo'w"3ust out from West Poici 6Ld lncooenil suppobed that w.en was sect after Indians it was ir euat that he should. , oatoh them. Th oeit thiosc will prob able be a cout mutt;! for the Lieut enant. ably fide flivor of the fruit. Apricots are now fully ripp, and the large orchards are the busy places of Arizona these days, where the crop is being ee cured and shipped east and west by the Tee London Glebe' bis come to the conclusion that the-policy of tbe United States is '-'a determination . to render Amerioan commerce paramount throughout the western hemisphere." That is good as far aa it goes bat if the Globe bad examined tbe case yet fur ther it might have descovered that there Is also a determination that monarchio pow.er shall have no further foothold The democratic party of the Terri on this continent or its islands and that tory which bas been refusing to oounte what it has ehal finally dfaappesr en- I nance woman suffrage and its consequent tireiy. designing morning ootemporsry knd tbe sound, manly discussion of things pouuoat touching n:s omoe coming Bftec the B(.tionai convections have from the other. The people believe he beaQ hold bf 6tBrting up a tiaancial aoow s a hawk from a bensaaw " I riianiicaif.!, hi.tnr.no t,t i.h nn The fruit business is at its height either aide loke any stock in suon a these dS in this vallvy. S'rawberrirS scheme, and Senator as wide apart m i... ... . .... . are in toeir prime and la quantities tneir general ideas is atr. Allison, or greater than ever before and one-third I Iowa, and Mr. Gorman, of Maryland cheaper than they ever -have been, agree in expressing the opinion that Strangers com ''eg amotig ue from both I Congress will odj iurn before the meet easi and weHt remerk upon the remark- I of fhe St. Ltruis cotiveDtion Dr. Tuttla who live9 but a few doors from the cffice of tbe g&s company was at once called. He fcund that tbe forit ieee the peotIe ot the city would line on the floor WBB lhet ot Mr8- Catherine to know what it is all for; in othur Li'icy, eieter of tbe late Mr. J. B. Lacy words tbev want to know where they sad that she was fatally burned, not a ' single portion of ber body havirg esoap- edtbeoiUdl tlimes. ite hair was a miicD rt ohaprurl nnnl i r: rl t.hAnlrin nf tha ix is now oertarn was congress win , . . . . j ,u., jc.j " faoe bad been burned so that it dropped not Bdj )urn on tbe.date, 3iay ISch, set ltg ia iarce DHlcbes. presenting a horri by the jjiot resolution which was I ble sight. Tbe poor woman lived abont dopted by tbe House last week, and a bour and a half after beicg found nt. r.rnhhl t.hnt di .nrnmpnt ,ll but dId not become conscious and pass- ... 7., IU,....U .1... I J A I fenogs. aenate could tnatenauy shorten the Justice Jobnstone whohad been sum session if so disposed; but owing to no I raoned empaneled a coroner's jury, who party having a mnjirity in the Senate viewed the body acd the surroundings do m,ia c.n eav what it will or will not l he room in wbioh ths bod was ,OQnd " I n i n rla rT t n i lurAra t hn m a rt np in n- hioh -here I i)a unmrfcrit. firritrrtrl ariii ta tarriKln May 1st to first Wednesday in May troused discussion on the point of con-Mal stiluuonslity ot the action. Three-I COLOBIUO KPUBliIOANS. fourths of the annual conferences ap proved it and it was approved by more Woicott and Teller Must be En- '.ban two thirds of tbe general confer made and Jackson was taken away to today, Morgan of Alabama, presented a ecoe. Dr. Jnoottrd led the opposition- The vote stood 387 yeas and 19 nays, The next general cooferencs will there fore meet on the first Wednesday io May, 1900 1NIKKN ATIO.N AL COIN. doraed. Pueblo, May. li. The delegates to the Republican state convention are split up into factions aid unless a com promise oan be affaoted the convention ma; split and two delegations to tbe national convention be eleoted. The Woicott men threatened to bolt -uoloss be as well as Teller be endorsed in tbe resolutions. Delegates from forty -one of the forty-two ou jtiea in the state damnation oi Amns, at HAvane. orrectcess of hie assertion. b3ve been vague rumors ot a deliberate J tight for life made by the poor woman intention to Drolocer the session until became evidenS, WEEKLY CHOP BCIiETINE NO. 6 Week Ending May 11, 1S96. Fhoenix, Ariz , May 14, 1S96. Tbe week was cold and windy end all oarlosd, and tbe cutters and pitters are I crops, except in tbe extreme southwest, busy as bees, in an attempt to secure I made very elow growth. No rainfall, tfce fruit tbsc is too ripe for shipment. Rep. Baker, of Naw Hampshire, has offered a concurrent resolution provid ing - for an- investigation by a select Congressional committee of tbe recett purchase of seed by Secretary Morton. A preamble to the resolution sets forth and this together with high winds, necessitated f reqnent irrigation. Fruits made slow growth, but the prospects were not materially changed. Io tbe southern section early aprioots and gar. den truck of every description are in tbe market and shipments of aprioots will begin this week. Cettle have been powe'6 and privileges, both in our constitutional convention and at the last three legislatures has at last gone back I shipped in great numbers to northern i . . ... . . on its record with a verance. Thp f ranges ano me result nas wen to Keep Governor' has appointed a lady as one I w f scarcer, hnt there is no complaint as party ia questioning bis authority with yet. Citrus and deciduous fruits in the oharges azainst S-oretary Morton ver7 masculine indignation- Tbe Gov- Maricopa foothills, are looking well and kT o Hhinaan firm nf a.rlaa-n - alan So. I evidently believes ID Woman exer- I U1BK'I-K e,uw fcruwiu. by aUhioagohrmof seedaxeo, also bee- ' Apache County-A cold week. Wheat retary Morton's charge that Senators C'8!E B,i lD"Sca pr.veieges or . D,anted. but nct mBkjnff and Representatives often dispose of intelligent human beiegs especially in muoh growth. Grass on tbe ranges is their quota of seeds for :o9sh instead of the mattar of education, where, in this dry, and stock is doicg fairly well. Rain havingnhem sent to their-constituents. Territory, women exercise the right of I '8 needlybadly.es tbe water is low in euflFraga and fell citizenship, but "reams. The "cradle of liberty" seems to ben 80aje of our democratic friends appear L '8" "tZt , . misnomer for old Boeton these days; to have ot d;aoovered thafc faot rRin Nlahta the people who now fill thai oity prefer j9 u not about time a missionary be low and rain is needed badly, fruit in- - - that American citizens in tbe Terri- sunati uu nflpb in a spen.es ot sen- of thjs eP0tion Gf the world? dom as long as possible because tbey are ia those Territories. That broad liberality ot a century ago that charac terized tbe great east bas vanished and and tbey. do -cot hesitate to deprive large bodies of Amer'c ca of tbe right of citizenship. It is almost iccocceivable that this should be true but it is. a fact nevertheless. sent out among the political healhern j jd by frost; cattle being shipped in large numbers; grass drying up Gila county A cold week with hicrh The National Republican is giving winds which dried up tbe grces on tbe statehood a liberal support at vVdsh- rrges. Cattle are Buffering, acd ingtoo atd is putting forth many cogent bewvy shipmeois are beiog mbde. All reasons wby Arizona should be Bdmit. op!) have made some growth. J f !?hu.n fell n t v 7 u 1. 1 h p nnld nritli ted to the Union.' We make the fol-i , . , . Iuuuter uiuLfc; annua a&u grain maKiDg toUrable irrowtb: uardeo truck in the "Ar zona today bes more population j market in cocsiderablw quantities; th6n nry Territory' ever admitted into water is scarce but csttie 6re holding the Union eioce tbe adaption of toe I their own; no raiu and much is needed CocstitutioD, with the exception of four J Maricopa county A cold week with out of a total of thiriy-two. It haB cooler niehts and fresh winds. Wheat more wealth per capita, from thrice to and barley crop bids fair to be fine, and six timer over, than any ever admitted, heading bas began. Aprioots are in tbe She had evidently risen about four o'clock end simply putting on ber stockings and a lose wrapper over bet knit uodershirt had teken a email por table gas atcve and placed it oh a chair. then oonneoting tbe stove with tbe gas burner overhead with a rubber bote had turned on tbe gas and lit tbe stove on which ebe had pli cad a email bucket of WHter. The match with All Countries io Express Opinions on tbe Matter. Washington, May 14. The House" Committees on coinage, weights and neasuree today decided by unanimoos vote to authorize a favoreble report on .be resolutions" introduced by R-pre- tentative O W Stone, of Pennsylvanin, p'oviding that tbe President be eutbor- zed acd requested to invite an express ioo of cmnion from other principal oimmeroial nations of the world as to maintaining nac no tariff legislation tbe desirability acd feasibility of the should be p isaad by opagresa till silver idootion of-international coins to be 18 restored to us proper piaa ia tie current in all countries, tbe. adoption of currency of the country and there is thPai at uniform vaiue and to be es- rree .coinage oc thai oxmi an a ratio resolution concerning tbe Americans under condemnation at Havana. He i said he would address the Senate on it tomorrow. Toe resolution directs the Committee on Foreign Treaties with Spain L8 to the trial of onr c:.lens at reuted in Cuba and now under sentence of death by Spanish military tribunal tor alleged offenses, political or other character, and reques s the Seoretary of State for literal copies of tbe proto cal signed by Caleb Gushing and tbe Spanish minister, end copies cf tbe re cent correspondence relative to the con- Farmers"- Mercliants TEMPE, ARIZONA. 0pitI $50,0XV I.G. FRANKENBVRG PreST SEILS PETERSON. .1. Vice Presu CHAS. N. TAYLOR Cashier General Banking Business Transacted. COXBKSPOK D E WT8. Bank of Now Ifcjrk, S. B. A New York -V glo-Califomlan Bank San Francioeo National Bank of Calif orni . ..Los Angelas, Cal Consolidated National Back Tucson, Aria Vallr Bank.. Fhoenix. Arts FOK SA1 E. Rancli-:-120 Are. Near head of canal with small house." S5.50 PER ACRE A 1gr S 1 ,800-Two good Tem- pe town properties clieap, Kent for $25 per month. Fine Alfd'fa Ranch, 2& miXet from R. R orchard, -vineyard and never failing well of good water, with Tempt Canal water. ' No Agent's Commissions. Call on or address : W. A. BOLTON, Notary Public Tempe, Arttona; had a caucus this forenoon and adopted the following, which will be inoorporat ed in the platf arm; "We hereby endorse tbecourssot our representative mem ber of coDgresa on the silver q aestion, and hearti y endorse Hon. Henry M Teller ii his stand and notion io the Uaited States eeoate on the. tariff in peoially adapted for invoice purposes. COUR.T PKOOF.KD1XGS. Isaac Rimero, burglary; plead not guilty and trial set for Monday next. J3uk ICaoinas, burglerj ; plead not which she bd lighted the stove she j ui!ty and trial set forMooday next. bud evidently plnced upou the corner I Landro Morena, asaault with a of the bureau at the edpe of tbe window I deadly weapon; plead not guilty and without exticguisbirg it. The malch urial uet tor Monday next. ffll to the floor while still burning and I Venire issued for forty-hva trial she had gone into a rear room where I jurors returnable next Monday morn- the bath tub was and bad turned thf- I mg. of gold at 16 to 1." Cbus. Briokeaateio, of Coejos, and C. I G. Hart, of Pueblo, were elected dele-- gates to the St. Ljii-s oanvention from the seoond Colorado' district by tbe Re publican ojavention this afternoon. Gallinger, of New Hampshire, offered tbe following resolution: "Resolved, That tbe widespread busi ness depression and tbe rapid increase of tbe public debt demonstrates that the existiLg turff law does not produce suffioieot revenue, and a revision of tbe law is imperatively demanded in tbe in terest of the people cf the Uaited States " Gallinger anm unotd that he would addiesa tbe Senate on this resolution in some measure before (Jocgrees ed jcjurned. The resolution heretofore in troduced by Milla d-recticg that the Finance Committee investigate the ef fect on American products of the iijtro- duot'on of Oriental prcduot-s was agreed to with an amendmeut by Allen of Ne- RlY3rsi36, Mm & Glcl)3 Stap.rJ ClHtTO.I X MCALLiSItB, rtOPI, ' Connects with Casa Grande stage for Mammoth, Renaon and Globe . ft A Chlchctntcr's Encliii Dfunond Ilraal ENsWRCYAl PILLS ,-v Orlelnal and Only Genuine. 4 Dfuctrist far' Chichester a Enijti-th Dia-J yisrnouii Brand in lieu aud Gvld meuilie m JTVyytox'8. f'aicJ with blue rirtbon. Take rw t ions and imttauonu. M Orufjiitt, rend4o In Ttamns far Tartfculn. tctimoDiftls and A for T.aJirmM in Utter, bj retnn Af 31 uiu i -stnonii. jvam roper. I v nirMieirrnei Senator Tavlor was endorsed, and asked "BKa, mat toe irquiry oover tne reia liolaad ths Ojlorado delegation . An ve laDor ooet la this country ena me effort to amend the resolutions so as to Orient. instruct th delsgatss not a bolt at St. PKEfOBIA ltlSKOHM miSONEKS Louis was defeated by a vote of 199 to Li. W. Blinn Lumber Co., vs. Thos. Davis, et al; judgment for plaintiff. 170. Bimetallism was declared para mount. J. F. S-mdara today reoeived a tele gram from Woloott dsciinfng to permit A Report that They Have Been Re - leased. W. A. Biltoo. vs. Farmers' & Meroh- his niim8 to ba considered in electing ants' M. & T. Co.; judgment for plain- delegates. The Senator said: "I am too 1g j good a rtipuDUosn to wish to create any Tha Grand Jurv came into court and division in my party iu Colorado a d too Ur,nri.,ij that, thai h arl fni.'nrl t.rn hiila mujh osaoerned ror tne auocess Ot Dl- water on in tbe tub. Then turning to reenter the bed room she saw that tbe match bad ignited the curtain end in her efforts to extinguish the bleze the loose wrapper which she wore became ignited and in a moment- enveloped her form In hr f ff.ir:a to PPfifcne Rh hHd n,n gainst Jose B. Mioz. rape: Fred Mil- oaetel.sm and the great principles t,r.t.ha rlr.nr nnnti, h.r rom with ler. (Trend larceov. M euei Valeczuela. Ine rePublioan party to do so under any .K...fR,a '...n, ( r,n.n rasloiini: do cffiosr: Antone and Kisto ciroumstanoes." Tbis ends tbe pros it hniLoirtf in tarrihlo a,,frr!Ko- . I Oh u. era nd larceny: and b ad icnored P-u 01 aeriuu b .ro u mu. . , . v . . . Iu - - - -. . . - - --1 - i - ' . I . ; . !.!. I .r . : ( t.oe onarges agaioab jtiilu druciH, oau , i v FUSE Hall and Geo. Wilson Bn Hall and Geo. Wilson were j National Prohibition 'and Populist brought into court and discharged. I Parties May Join J. W. L8oy, vs, John Newman, et al; Chicago, Msy 15. Representatives London, May 13. It was reported on the Stock Exchange tbis afternoon that the Pretoria reform prisoners with the exception of the five leaders had. been released subject to three years of ban ish ment. There were fifty-nine, each sentenced to two years imprisonment of I with 51Q.00O fines or failing payment one years imprisonment and thtee years banishment after the expiration of the t"-:rm' of imprisonment. Cold trj ail :.ocal Pri emlcal t-'o-.iiiiil l.on tvmapab 'hlUia I'm. CAf I OBTATN A PATENT ? For 1 prompt answer and an honest opinion, write ti m IINN A; c:i.- who have hfld nearly fifty yean experience in the patent business. Ccjiraunlca tions strictly confldentiaU A Handbook -yt In formation concerning Patents and bow to ob tain tbem sent free. Also a catalogue of meinao ical and scientific books sent free- Patents taken tbroneh Jlunn ft Co. receive frpecial notice in tbe Scientiiic A merirnn, and thus are broucbt widely before the public with out co?t to the inventor. This splendid paper. Issued weefelv, eleeantly illnstrated, bas byfarth larpest circulatioa of anv bc ten title work la tba world. a vear. ennmie copies sent free. copies, cents, r.very numoer coniaina otv titiil nl at f.q in ontnra. And nhotOGrranhs of F x'l bouses, with plans, enablinfr builders to show we latest desijms and secure contracts. AaareRS VANTED-AN IDEAoTeSm thing to patent? Protect your Ideas ; thfymay bring you wealth. Write JOHN WEDDEft BOttN & CO., Patent -Attorneys, Washington, U. C. for tLeir $100 prize offer. r:r,;-tiAaent8.$75 a v-k. Kxolusire territory. Thm lUpitl DlkWakhfr. Wubri llih disoes for a faniilT in one minnta. Vi.ib-1, rinsed aud dries tb-m without wttiog tbe bands. Von juh the button, the machine doea tli r-u Itrisbt, polUb4 dUbpa. aud cheerful wirra. Ko acaided Dtiffrrnoi'oiledhnrtor clothing. X brukrndifaHi,nomaas. Chrrp, durMMe,warraatHl.Ciraalarfre. "W. P. HARRISON & CO., Clerk No. 12, Colamboa, flimes from ber clothing searing ber fl'sh.ehe could not find tbe knob, and tbe marks of ber herds on the door show that ehe had not renewed quite far enough for it. Above and about WANTS WAIi. Spanish Newspapers Urse That Hostilities Be Declared With the United States. Havana, May 15. La Vorrespond- encia Militair in a leading brMcle urges an immediate declaration of war by Spain against tbe Uaited States. Tbe writer save that tbesoutbern States tbe height of ber beed large black judgment for plaintiff. 1 of silver interests are making a Btroog marks show where she bed rubbed ber I Livingston" & Go. , vs. A. M. FrankliDj f effort to capture the forthcoming head on tbe door in ber efforts to re- I judgment for plaintiff. I national Prohibition oanvention and se- tain consciousness lorg" enough to ee-I Joseph Slose, vs. Arizona Hardware I oure the adoption of a radical f ree- oope from the room. Tbe door leadicg Co ; judgment for plaintiff. coinage plank in its platicrm. Tbis in- fa ,d n wUbdraw. from the Union into tne oatn-room snow tne same I 111 n-w p x- wu., vb. .ir.ijijo umu- i loruiunan comes rrom one or loose marks, though not so plain. In ber I ware Co. ; judgment for plaintiff . I directly concerned, and who says that struggles in the room she had knocked I John S. Armstrong, vs. Otto Batzsr; j the effort grows out of oonoerted action jjdmect tor plaintiff. - J on tile part of representatives cf the Fred Miller, grand larceny;, plead silver interests in difforent parts of the guilty and was sentenced to one yeBr in I ouuntry. Outside of tbe liquor issue the penitentiary. - the platform of the Prohibition and JoseB. Moyza. rape; plead not guilty; Populist parties have had nearly evry tbe rubber hose from the burner, whic'a extinguished tbe stove but allowed tbe gis to escape into the room. The ter nDle eunerings and the eeoaping gas soon tendered the poor vrowr-.a udood- soiocs, and she esck to tbe floor where she was found by Mr. Zoeckler. The testimony before the Corner's jury was to the tffct that the unfortu nate lady's name wss Catherine Agbes j and Mexico would invade the country to recover lost terntory.i. Q lick dieem burssment and a, lastingiumiliation wou-ld ba the reeul, bejeays. GOLD ELEVEN B MIl.LIO.Ni OP trial set for Monday next.. Aotobe "and Kisto, grand larceny; plead not guilty ; trial set for Tuesday next. ftiigue! VttleczuelB, resiatiog en of- Lacy, sged 36 years end a nRtive of I fleer; plead not guilty; tntl set for Canada, aiid that she came to her deatb j Tuesday next. If Senator Tillmao, of Siuth Caro lina, was given his just deserts, he would be expelled from the United Stiles Senate for having iosolted that j It bas greater and more varied elements markec, as well es new potatoes. Citrus body upon the two occasions he bas del- I of wealth than any other sect-ion of the j fruits are making good growth, and de ivered harangues on the flaor of the c ,UULrf proouceo up to j uoe oiduous rruite ere promising, uattle ou, iea-, goio, silver and copper to tbe I are looking well and heavy shipments value of S113 0C0 000, and its production are etill goirg on. Water is fairly of these metals is rapidly inoreasirg. It plentiful. Strawberries are at the bas milliocs of nores of arable land I bieht of the season, verv cbeao acd be- which produce not only tbe cereals, j ing shipped in large quantities. They vegetables and fruits rf tbe temperate, are of very fine flavor. but those of tbe semitropical shmatts I Mcjive oounty Cold weather oon- Tbis ' beggarly ropulact" maintairs a 1 tinut-s and all crops are backward splendid ecbool ejeteoj. While New water is scarce, slock ie not making liugsgate as Tillman did, and the worst I York spends for ecbool purposes 82. CO much progress but heavy shipments ate feature of it 'is that be claims all hie I Per capita of its inhabitants, Arizona being made; all farmers are praying for blackguardism to be done in the name p9Dd3 2-50-P8r caPit8 Bed its pro- rain pomiuu ui cLiuuren ot ecncoi age to JNavi-jo county The week was cold Senate chamber, by a copious uee of uogentlemanly ' language. Other Sen ators have criticised publio men juBt ee harshly as Tillman did, and it being their right to do so no objection has bean -made,' but no other Senator bas ever belched forth such a deluge of bil of th- people acd in tbe interests ot re- population is muoh smaller tban the acd windy with very cold nights; al- reii'Ttu. ioeretormoi wnicn unman proportion in w York, making the fa fa is looking weil, atd sorgum and is tbe fipostte is truly to be pitied. How I expenditures larger. Its sya'em is ore potatoes are planted Tillman Lt;b done Jtte cause of silver irreparable ibjury by his wild talk. I' electoral vote of that State completely ander bis control ard can t lace it wherever he pleaeea. A more diRgust ing or disgraceful boast wes never pub- bition is paramount to the principles Pima county A oold week with cold nights; no rair, acd water is getting so -rce; all crops made slow growth; cat tle are doing fairly well, and extensive ehipments are being made. Pinal county Rnin is needed badly and it is necessary to irrigate frequent ly on account ot high winds; alfalfa ie a ...... . hollow it is may be judged from the ot lne Dest ln lae country and includes i- i -ii j , . , I all grades from tbe Kiodi-rgarten to tbe fact that Jillmsn drew his salary as , . , . t . . I normal school and tha umvnrnit.v. Senator for the period he was travelling Bull Anzona mnst nnt. h arfmittpd. in tbe west making blackguard speachee because, forsooth, it advooates silver. without a blush. Some of the ablest I It has a larger percentage of population silver men in Corgress believe that 148 lo representation than was in twenty- two or tne tniry-two lerritonea when admitted. It bas s x times tbe popuia- stacked and the quality is good; cattle Hon and ten times the wealth that Illi- are doing moderately, but the irraea is muji ds g-iiimg to ojutn uarolimacs to i noie, no third in population and eixtb I drying up. read of Tillman's boast that be has the 'n wettlth ot tbe forty-six etatee. had Yavapai oounty The week has been when admitted, ai,d yet because its oold Hnd windy ; grass on the raDges people believe io silver.tbeae malignants lis drying np; all crops made slow declare it should not be made a state. growth; fruit has been dameced bv the Xms is not the real reason, "Westward late frosts, the star of empire takes its course.' Yumacounty A oold week with high lioly made in this country. I', ie alittle lhat is the trouble. These eastern winds; the second cutting of alfalfa more than the boldeetrpoliticai boea hae U1BU' WDO nave governed toe country so continues; early apricots are in the 1 litnO Qna nnnru nil nrvic f 'm 1 - ..11 . . i ererdd tr, rfn Tha Sn;.nr.' m- " r"1' lrulta Bro maamg slow git.c-l. ii nwete oo.BiivBr, eurae otner growto ; sweet potatoes are planted: reason would be found upon whioh to cattle are looking well. be espouses and consequent! the prin- I base false assumptions and malignant amies must aa to tha Hnna. . I noose. Arthur Li. White, Section Director. through nccident. The room in which the p-ooident oo ourred has been occupied by Miss Lacy for some t'me, and was the only room in tbe bui.'dirjg which was osojpied duricp the night, so that she was entirelj alone. Al'es Irene Kearney, a neice, j had been in tbebab'tof sleeping with ber, but for seme reason slept at home last night. thing in oration, and it is believed by the si.'vritHS thit if the Prohibitiooiste could be induced to come out squarely for free silver, tbe Populist convention' to ti held ia Si. Louis ia July ni'gbt be wiiiiog to put a prohibition plank in their platform, and perhaps endorse the nominees of the Pittsburg gathering for President and vica Pres-dent. This would ba practically a fusion of the ve Gonp Out of ihe Country In Ihe Pan Twelve Slays Wavhingt jn", May 15 Ft-ven million dollars w irth of gold has.beeo fx pott ed io tne lhat tweiva dhys. jihere ie not '.f'fe si'giir.ppt indication t:f hbatt meot iii the for'a-n di-mnnd f(.r tbeyel low mettl ar d it is rxp-jted that Cleve land will take stops to secure 1 gielation to check it. The grand j iry returned true bills Hgaicst David Warford sod Wen. Smith, rand laroenv ; Carrie Wilson, assault with a deadly ceapoo; Acaetas a 'Me- two parties dins, assault with a deadly weapon; and ignored t he case egainst J . S. Mosier, selling mortg6ged properly. I lUlssonn ltepublicane Favor McKin Rose vs Rose, deoree of divorce de- ley ,,a bouna Money. oicd. I .ox. jusci'H, ;uj., may id Rosen bam & Co. vs M. Rossnburg; j o'clock this moroiog tbe Republican I vioe President provided McKinley was FIIjIjKV wins. Reed tha Chuic; of the Committee men. Cincinnati, My .ii. The Commer cial Gazette has seat letters to all mi-m- bers of the Republican National Com t 4:30 I mittoe asking them their preference for Mr. J. P. Kesrnev, a relative, who I i udiraieot for defendant. f Suate canvention kdjjurned afterresolv-1 nominated for President. All bnt has been in the city for several days, I E. Irvine vs H. Enters et al: judgment I mg in favor of McKinley for President I three bad a preference for Tbcs. B - - i - i but who left yest.erdny mornirg for I for plaintiff. rand sound money. Toe delegates al I Red. Congress, where be is emplcyfd, was telegraphed to, and is expected to re turn tbis afternoon. Tbe funeral will take place from tbe Cstbolio church to morrow morning at 9 o'c'ock. L. W. Blinn Lumber Co vs The Agua large aret bauncey K. Fdley, ex-Con- Fria Construction Co; judgment for I grebsman F. G. Niedringhaus, Mej ir MINERS FEDERATION. M. E. CONFERENCE. Bishops Bowm iii anal Forster to be lietiretl. Cleveland, May 14. Today's session for trjai Tuesday. plaintiff. Divid Warford, grand larceny; plead guilty. Win. Smith, grand larceny ; plead not guilty and trial sat for Monday. Anestasia Medinis, assault with, a deadly weapon; plead not. guilt ; 6et ot tbe Methodist Episcopal general cot. ferenoe was marked by tbe largest et SecdiDCe of tbe session. Tbe report cf the committee on missions to iocre&ee the contingent fund from 825,000 to 350,000 was adopted. The committee also rtfcx-nmsndrtd tbe Hing Mua mis sion ia China. It was adopted. Tbi report of tbe committee oo education which exousxs the students from taking first examinations in branches in which they passed satisfactory examinations in some Methodist school, was adopted unanimously. The committee on ch urch extension made a report against the ex tension of work in foreign lands. Dr. Buckley, tbe chairman in -de the report cf the eomanittie on HaiscopHcy It Stated that ia th4 ooinioo o? ,he cim- mittee Bishops Bjwman ,nd Foster are to old to stand the straia cf the r du -.ies and recommended their retir imont t the end of the c inference's non-effective. After a storray debate jst twr hours. the substitute of B.-idgemac, of Minne sota, prevailed. It provides BieM.p Bowman and Bishop Foster be relieved of Bctive duties but continued in the board of Bishops acd two new Bif ,bops eleoted. Carrie Wilsoo, assault with a deadly weapon ; demurrer to indictment over ruled and set for trial Tuesday. Grand jury made their final report 88 follows: To the Honorable Judge of the Third Judicial District of the Territory of Arizona, County of Maricopa: We, the Grand Jury summoned for the My term, 1896, beg leave to submit tbe following as our finl report: We bave examined into twenty-five oass, and found fourteen true bills of indictments, ignored niEe cases and re ferred one case to the next Grand Jury, all of wh oh is respectfully submitted. William S. Pickekell, Foreman. Another report was also made in which it is understood four secret in diotments were returned. The "Liif e of tbe flesh is the blood thereof;" pure blood means healthy functional aotivity and this bears with it the oertainty of quick restoration from sickness or accident. Dr. J. H. McLean's Strengthening Cordial and Purifier gives pure rich blood, aod vital izes and strengthens th whole body. $1 00 pee bottle. For sale at Keefrs Pharmacy. William Warner, J. H. Bothweli. Tbe convention re eleotad Chauncey I. Fil- ley, chairman of the S'ate central com mittee and adopted a resolution favor ing him as a member of tbe national Republican committee to succeed R C. Kerens. ., Establishment or a House Under Discussion. Denver, May 12. The Western Federatian of miners convention in committee of tbe whole revised tbe constitution and dieouFsed tbe eetab lisbmentof a home for disabled miners. A KEMONeJTltANOE. Enslaod and Germany O.iect to I Russia's Policy. London, May 13 A special from Shanghai says the British aod German ministers at Pekin protested against the action of Russia in occupying a part of the Foreshore at Chefoo contrary to treaty rights. The Rassion squadron in Chinese waters will rendezvous at Chee Foo iu readiness to occupy Port Arthur or Kiacho Bay on receipt ot in structions from St. Petersburg. DOCK ACCIDENT. Heavy Lous of Marine Property and Possibly Life. Hull, England, May 15 A caisson of tbe extension of St. Andrews Fieb Duck here broke suddenly today and the rush ot water swept every vessel in the dt oka from its mooring?, jimmicg them ia a hopeless mass ot wreokage Dtm'ige is eatimited at '.$300 000. It is feared that there is serious loss ot life. IN A BODY. kswsLrjHsr) K ksa. caveat moo, tyfa.-i.-' j:rS Z SbfiZJ 1 1 i J 2S VRAM :'f?3jSP DESIGNS. . . - 'r' -.---i ---.'ri - Marks We elre upcMnl oitcntlon to caae. rle la Olhrr li..ni.. nlo ta Jnterfer!iico, appc.l, re lue, inidf iurk the prrpuriitloii or opinio. nlo l.ifrliiee""-"'! "cope r.tid validity oTputenta, d the p-ot4M-ulln mid di-rrne of pult. ror tas . .riwrmral. Our b..iL at Inrtruolloiu, trB referciii-eis ett-., peil tree. 1 DSON Bif OTHERS, Rauitablr B'lllnlb ICOol h' WnahiiiM-HiUi 1. f JCaveats, and Trade-Marks obtained and all Pat- , Jent business conducted for MODERATE Fees. Sour OFFice is Opposite U . S. Patent Office'! Sand we can secure patent ja lcii time tnan UoscS Sremote from Washington. ... . ! J Send model, drawing or pnoto With Cescnp-t-Stion. We advise, if patentable cr iKt, free of fcharge. Our fee not due till patent is secured. ,i j . pamphlet " How to Obtain Patents," with J Jcost of same in' the .U. S. and foreign cooouiesj, J sent free. Address, . i C.A.SNOW&CO.f l Opp. Ptet Office, Washingtoh, D. C. M POPULAR iilSAZiESj & ' m 'm mm,. K Coffey?'' i FOPULAR MONTHLY ' Ccnta'.nn ct.ch M-nf : C-irtc: C'.C.r, ( i-rontist)f-' -; - ' -1 V": . a i. V," ( iftr,s: Mora l.;tt-rar .-.t-it..-r ui.u -f Itious tha.i any ' ' ;.r-wn Ai-fruM. , iFnsSt LbsIs feat tars rove GKKMAN MIUAK. the The Bill Adopted by the Reichstag Today. . Berlin, May 15. The Reiohstag to day by a vole ot 141 to 13-1 adopted tbe sugar bill, with various modifications and resolutions in favor of tbe early re moval of export bounties. THE NORTHERN PACIFIC. Date for Sale Set for Ihe First of AoguMt. . Milwdkek, May 13. The date for the eale ot the Northern Pacific prop erty is set 'or August lt. The real estate amounts to $10,000,000 Wholesale Desertions From Spanish Army inlCuba. New York, May 15. The Herald's correspondent telegraphs that large numbers of desertions from the Spanish army in Cuba ie alarming tbe authori ties. The entire garrison In Gibaniou were preparing to go over to tbe rebels in a body when tho plot was discovered. The Captain and Lieu tenants were placed in jtil, ano; a Corpcral aud a privite shot publioly. 1:1 treatment and aopuycaneed th discontentment. "My bihy bad croup and was saved by Sbiloh's Cure," writes Mrs. J. B. Martin, ot Hunisville, Ala. For eale at Reefer's Pharmacy. jsslr---. FO A Br!irlir. V'lio' Ft-.ilv ilnit'm'iil i , v- .t r- t. v young : '. yoci-. TL3 PELESJX II El II' (Ice ,5 gices you Leslie's Monthly and the I'hania- HV H 1 1 a Id. E. E. BUR LIN GAME'S ASSAY OFFICE' D LABORATORY Established ln Colorado, 1916. 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