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WEEKLY HERALD K3T4 BUSHED 1873 , N. A. MDEFORD, - - Editor am Proprietor SUBSCRIPTION KATES Payable In Advance. DAXLI BBBAXn. luglo Copy - 1st Months.... OS Year .... 1U.OU Ihree Months; t WE1IKXY ?aaT.n, Months I-6" nKi Yaiti- :i i 8.50 For Advertising rates or Job Printing price ivquxre at th, Ewiveta Office ojftt Herald. No. 16 North First Street. Tel ephone No 50. Spain's promises of autonomy for Cuba are very much of a deathbed re pentance. Oub dispatobes aonouDoa .that the Pope and Democrats are about to be amalgamated. An attempt being ui.de to black mail some of the bdnkicg institutions ot this city will hardly succeed. The city Democracy will nominate Tom Smith for Mayor tonight. They eey they want to teooh Tom a lesson. . . n x A I rial Democratic Convention. Whenever ths United States con clude to do business independent of the money leaders of other countries .end to protnoi bwf own projects jua so soon she will return to prosperity. The aati-statebood Democrats at Presoott were badly snowed under in the primary election for delegates to tbe Territorial Convention the othpr day. The.statehood Datnoerfits were led by j by that honorable and able little attor- J eey, Hon. Rese XI. f icg- There w:li bs a hot octest ia tie Democratic Territorial Convection over financial i'ffiK, jast hs though it would make tn iota of dffrenot in iho flcan cial world whether Ar.zona Democrats were in favor of free stiver, solid gold, bi-metal, greenback, cothing or every 'thing, as a money standard. What a sweat some people oan work themselves into when there ia cot a thing on esrth for them to sweat for. Somehow nobo-.ly hears ot those Tet ritorial bonds !eiog eol-J that went to Chicago a uoupic of weeks ago oi tele gram from Secefcnry Brace that tbe thing was fixed. It looks bs though our Democratic friends were discovering that a bond sale is very rnucb like three card cnoute now you see it and now you don't. In tbe meantime tbe Terri torial warrants go begging and are ab Eclutely worth nothing. Not a bank in tbe city-, not a capitalist, nobody in faol will touch them save tbe poor Demo cratio office holder and tbe laborer for the Territory, allot whom ere bavicg a luxurious time of it hoiding office. The following good s'ory was told of Hon. Mark Smith recently. The Hon. Mark, in one of his cumpaigos for dele gae to Congress, beard of a little com rn unity of some forty votes op in one of tbe northern counties that were " egin" him. Mark, smooth politio'an that he is and untrammelled by the present bribery law, quietly tcck a little trip np among the disaffected voters, called on one of the leaders, a friend, talked poli- ties, made himself mighty agreeable acd flnally slipping a $100 bill into his friend's hand said "do whet you can for tne; it will be highly appreciated," etc, etc. The friend thought the matter I over awhile, concluded that be oocldn't vote for Mark.but be would spend some of tbe money, enough to get a few votes for him, and have a fair balance in pocket for himself.- Eight or ten dol lars were thrown around recklessly and results awaited. Tbe election came off when to the consternation of tbe fellow that held tbe "stakes" not a vote ap peared for tbe Hon. Mark. Ik was a poor investment; Mark hasn't been up there since Hon. Lee Mantle, of tbe United States Senate, in a recent speech in that body had occasion to make com parison of five of the oldest and sup posed most moral, most highly educat ed and most wealthy states in tbe Union, namely, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, New Hampshire and Vermont, with five of the western stiver producing states, namely, Montana, Colorado, Uiab, Nevada cd Idaho. He gathered his information from ccneus reports una tne comparison snows ice mitt r- 1 ets of those eastern states to be 6.9 I per cent, of those western states but 4.3 per cent; that the weaitb per capita in the eastern states is 31,145, in the west era states 82,895; that the state county school acd municipal debt of the east is S'27 59 per capita, acd in the western etates but $13.71; that tbe expenditure for support of publio schools in tbe east is 811.27 per capita, and in the western states it is 15.58 per capita pr annum; that tbe number of paupers in each 100,000 ot population in tbe eastern states is 188 2, while in the western states it is 53 1; thot the lv creese in population from 1830 to 1890 in tbe eastern states was 14.85 per cent-while in ths western etates it was 11Q.56, ecd so on for several important iu.ms, tbe whola go'Dg ti show that the western states are not tbe "rotten boroughs" that the people of the east seem fond of denominating tbem. ' IT is announced mas me noa. . a. 3bU ot io.000 1-.rge at.d powerful tele Fleming will be a candidate for Chicago aoopeB . A demand is no doubt aotici-subj-ot to nomination by the Territo- patpd when tbe Democratic National itok Qday wll pay a visit to Gov . it aa early day if he can ge away from '.'a eanut", he says It looks very oauoh a tbou?b Governo Franklin hart rajde up Via mind that i he Qod3 ooaipelit men to till oertai offices ha will have to g to the Rapubl .03 8.M oan party. I XT . Tt.. I, i ,. oil h in.la UAK& AWAlil Wlia win. UK on lq ouuus .75 I and cousins and family, relations should go to the war and io the same spirit Brioa is willing Es-Gov. Campbell of I Qbio should ba nominated for Presi democracy. Mr. Cleveland says he is oomoiilted to international arbitration. Just now is a good time to make Snob declaration ' It may help to prolong bis indifferenoe to the atrooities being enaoted in Cuba by th& Weyler butchers. The Cuban situation ia Buch that no doubt it is havicg much ltflu-cca in keeping Congress in session. It may become necessary almost Bay hour for Congressional notion touching upon the situation that may arise on account of that unhappy island. A Chicago paper advertises a "special Convention meets. 15 .- will take the whole stook to find ont juet whore that party is "at about that irne. The city Democrats, as was predicted, puo up their cay ticket Usl, evenir-g for the specie! eleesion 3nd nominated good man except, that Lhsy nreoCT politically. Their ticks! is Mr, J. M. Barger for I Mayor nud Mr. E G.inz for CouccllmBn I from tbe Seso.id ward Excuri.;ns to Lios Angeles and the eoas6 will be arranged batter this year than laoS. They will le;:ve Phoenix a!t3rott'ely or the two railroads and will .be run wykiy, tiokea good for sixty and posaity uiiitty dys. It is understood that tbe ro.les will be about same as last seaeou. Fearfully destructive cyoloues ere reported from the Missiesippi and Mis souri valieys almost daily row and tbe season is jcut: yet for that sort ot t'aicg. Arizjn'i bas her first experience of that Uirn.1 .to go through as yet. Tnere is probby do portion of the Udion that is s f;ee from cyclones ee the vdl e-;s of Ar'zoaa. The Herald has criticised no honeat McKialey advocate in tbe Territory. I', has however oritised a certain gang represented by a rotten and thieving excuse for a newspaper which -while pretending to stand for WcK'oley made overtures to sell out to anybody that would pay tbe price. The Herald did criticise that sort of ' McKtnley support and will continue to do eo. One of the most sigcifi-;aot Led iD oere&ting thiags in oooection with the prehistoric occupancy and civilization of this region ot country is found in tbe unmistakable evidences that Free Ma- Sjnry existed here largely in a most per fect state. Cut on the rooks of the Verd9 and Oik Creek in eastern Yava pai OQd ia Cooonino counties exist some uf the emblems, such as the tquare, the compass and the keystone cut, not into the rook 68 wouid naturally be eup- poaed, but cut in relief upon the rocks which neeessitated the removal of the eatir8 surface surrounding the em- blems; it further appears that not only Blue Lodga Masonry was preotioed but 6nBt higher Masonry, as ia indicated by th9 Rjyi4i Arch emblem, was known If there is any one duty tbe people demand of tbe Territorial administra tion it is that it restore the Territorial credit wbioh tbe Democratic party of the Territory bas succeeded in destroy ing utterly by its failure in the manage ment ot our finances. By a piece of sobemiLg legislation end a decision of tho Attorney General that party in the Territory bas succeeded in putting our financial affairs in even a worse condi tion thap Mr. Cleveland's administra tion of finances in national tifriire, with this difference that there are no extran eous influences brought to bear on Ter ritorial financial matters. Tbe value of Arizona's warrants has never before gone to so neap nothing as at tbe pres ent time and the administration bss something more on hand than filling offioea with hungry politicians if it does its duty to the people cf the Territory as it is e apposed to do. ihe cuance for an investment in a fine Holstein dairy, with all appartus, and ft magnificent herd of cows and heifers is presented in tnother cjlutEn of the Herald and the fact reminds U9 that the valley is scarcsly producing enough butter for tbe use ot its rapidly growing population while the people of the northern portion ot the Territory are complaining that they are obliged to send to California acd Kansas for butter and cheese at a greater cost than should be and cf a rnucb interior qua lity. Tbe f;.c5 is this valley cm furnish three or four times as much dairy pro duce ns it does and tiaci a market for it here in the Territory. PreecatS, Con gress and all points north are anxious to get tbe fresh butter and cheese of the valley it they could, but the supply bas not permitted their orders to be filled. Somebody in the valley should bring that San Bernardino dairy to tbie valley; it is needed here badly. Ths vicious attacks being made on some cf the financial institutions of this city by the Tucson Star would indicate that its proprietor had been disappoint cA i ,i .V. tr,k O " " lmB or ve B'n"!1 oo.PrrjuU.u. ogainet Phoenix. The publio here very weil knows that these attacks are full oftbe most malicious falsehood and naenoe, wnere rac:s are not Known, the financial institutions that are the eut j-3ot ot so much spleen and vitupera IIUU. Senator Hii,Li is a Democratio states man ot high degree, a3 statesman go in that party. His term as Senator will oloee next Marob, and durirg bis nearly six years in the Senate, he has been re sponsible for just one bill, and that has not vet become a law; although it has passed the Senate and has been lavoraoiy reports rrom me xioueeom- mittee od Inter-State and Foreign Com- merce. Aid what thick ytu is this irreatand momentous Dieoe of legiela- ....... i - j . tion that is to be tbe oniy reminder to posterity, tea. le, it it ueuomet. thatD ividB Hill served six years in th HAntt9 Tt nt.hori8BB-the Saore ... lary ot tue lreaBury io uebuii a reveuun ootter to control excursion and other boats which attend yacht races That n.Ai-a.i (ha bUI&cmanahin nf Hill. ! . 1 1 .-. the Senator fl.es to the relief of Mr. ni ,t ,.,, Cleveland at tbe merest mention o" a ill to confine tbe power of issuing t. : 5 uaua m WDKraiU. roves tbe greatness or i.ur. nm. It is undarstood ,het the sooth side canals have eelabiished such relutions ... ... T1 r .. wiiq rne nuusoa x.eservoir uo. iuau , wafer for that region of country is as- sured when the Haservoir Uo. is ready fn. h ; Th. pa0OrOnir rn io ow mab '.eg surveys tcr lading oji a canal in tbe foothills wbioh will oover II the region beyond the Highland anal to the foothills, south aa far te the Gila and westward as far as there , . , ' 8 ' 3 v by tne Kabervotr tjo., so lar, nas been thoroughly business Hue, and tbey bave taken the uttcost care to prevent future litigation and that olaes of obstruction hr0,i, raw1 fc wniUi Tr, ou-.:u an eneun ih miu uo iu uuey re- ....... l i ...... . .. fus to hav6 any looations made on ... lands tbeir can&Is will caver under pain of the displeasure of the oompany till thej ore reedy to d:s!ritute tbe water. The men who are behind this great work have almost unlimited cap- ital and ere among tbe most successful I business men of the country, which is un'jwuueu uy iuo ibuo tuuu every muve I ' j : 3 J Vv X . At . I 19 perfectly secure before tbey prooeed further. The company is rapidly put- ting itself into position to begin the oontruotion of their grean works. DEMOCRATS IN I VSS MKETING. a. Major nno uunnciimiri nominal, eu uasi iifrnc. j.oe mass meetiDg or u-moorasio oitl Z9DS of the city held laet evening at tbe city hall called out but & very few peo pie acd quite a number of those present were Republicans who attended for the purpose of keepicg posted. Li H. Chalmers ot the city osctral committee, called tbe meeting to order and was made obairmao. H. M. Willis was made secretary acd the business of tbe meeting opened. Mr. E. P. K-llner plaoed in nomina tion for tbe offioe of Mayor, Mr. J. H. Burger, and that gentleman had no op position. Before a vote was taken 00 the Domination Mr. O. A. Luke ad dressed tbe convention. He held that as tbe oentral committees of both tbe Democratio and Republican parties bad signed a call for a citizens' mass meet ing for tbe purpose cf nominating city ofEaers the party ebould stay with the deoision of their leaders acd adjourn to meet again with the citizens' mans meet ing. He received no Eupport and on vote Mr. Burger was named as tbe nominee for Mayor. Mr. E. Gacz received the nomination as Councilman from the second ward without any opposition and tbe work of the convection was concluded, but as it was still early Mr. Thos. Farisb and several other party men addressed those present on national issues before en adjournment was taken. LBfTKK LIST. Unclaimed Lip iters In the Iost OfHoe A - i'hoenlx, Arizona May SOib, 1HOO. Artz, Alex Bell, Mrs Wca Bishop, Harry Boone, Mrs Li H Champ, b' P Dodson, J N Eberty, J Gardner, H Harer, U S Hendersbot, Will Johnson, B F Kline, F A-3 Locg, J B Monroe, Miss F C McClair, J UcGiileo, R E N xon, A M Peddle, Harry Ryndal', Miss R Scott, Edward Stoner, Miss Li Taylor Mrs Sam Baker, S Beldon, D W Boyd, W T-3 Cain, G Cook, Mrs J W Dynoell, Mrs Eilers, Joe Gilleland, R Hart, Harris E Humphries, Ed w Johnson, Louis Lamor, Miss Ethel Mannal, Fred Mulvarl, Mrs P J MeLellan, Chas A McKiueey, Chas Nileson, Andrew Rygan, Frank Scott, John Siegler, Mrs S B Stovall, Clara M.sa Thomas, Frank Towers, J J Thompson, E Todd, C W Turner, G-o E Wessing, Henry Wiilianasor, C W Wroal, W Tries, T C Walker, Eugene We.rie, J B Wilson, Lida Miss 2 Wright, C A CARTAS ESPANOLAB. Stephen Sirrano Juande la Fuente Trinidad Arriola O Amarias Call for advertised letters. Wm. E. Thomas, P. M. CATARRH CURED, health and sweet breath secul by bbilob e Catarrh Rmedy. S Price 50 cents Nasal Injector free. For sale at Keef er's Pharmacy. NEW BICYCLE TIRE. I .n Invention of Our Fellow Citizen I Frank. Grlswold - The National Recorder, published in WBSQlCgWO, U. Vs.. Bays. XTT I j. T-V I T7 r-l il 1 ZJ I I. rka far cff, eooc.to.be Stote oC Arizona, has 8e0ured the Bilver medal for his happy I invention of a new bioycle tire, one 66- pecially designed for this section or toe country but adaptable for all. Mr. ClriarvrAr in a nxt.iVA nf M i n nearjoliS. in Micne8ot Bad iB now in his fortieth I yeap Hia life has been full of interest- - 1 ing experiences, opening in that part of ' I the Jforthweet where eetslera were I ecaroe and warlike Indians plentiful. An incident of his youth was the tragic Sioux war in 1863. Most of Mr. Gris- wold's life has been spent at farming, and he is thoroughly familiar with soils and their crop?, live stocks, fruits. Ac, ar.d tbe tools and machinery used in that connection, lie spent tnree years in the Minnesota State Univer sity, and in the Fall of J877 removed with hin fftt.hiir'n fnmilv tfl . Palrnvra. 0toe ooaat.y Xebmek,,, where they lived for the nest Dine years. Tbe next lxjgration was to Ciay Center K-ansae, wnile the eon removed to tne i aaii, Kiver valley ?n wouicern Arizona I ' . . I wtiere ce nas lived tor sen years, jur Oriswnld hsd norsiderbble eXDerieLC aa a writer. and has four,d this exoer- hence iareelv to his odvatee in nersonal 1 trnininc nnd rievr, onmect. ile h i - . ueen priiaiy ubbl ior u uumuer ui years, aod bus found writing for pub I licsiion very ugreeable and helpful. 1 " J years ego be was obliged to abandon I writing and bas since devoted himself I 10 tbe study of inventive and mecham , ' , . J collapsable bicycle tire, bss already won nscoaoms rpcoenition. lue neea . l. ; J.. ;,... to him when be bad to walk ninety rr. i Ifcfi nnnA i.n i uiinh a r(.nAir ahDn. and ns rr,8alt be has invented a tire that w remain "sound and ridable no ront- ter bow often in beoomee cucctured. TRE VULiTURE MINE. J-ois uresi rroperiy win again oe riaced In Active Operation. A Herald reporter ci!led on Senator Tebor this morning for the purpose of ercuring an interview with that gen t'e- j man regarding his intentions ooncern- ing the Vulture taine vrbich bas been ote ot te B?eatest proaucere of goia in I tbe Territory and which today is said to oontiiin more mineral than env other min6 in the The Senator was very retioent and said tbut for the past couple of years he hai beea ma(litlg fihk of bis life Bgsi aaverse fortune aca.tbat be was I not bS yet CUt of the woods ecd did DCt 1 1 -.-. to Bav Knvtbin? ahfiiit, his Rftairs I 1 5 until he again sw bis wny clear. He! oocsice.-ed bis Denver property wbich is worth soveral miHiorjs of dollars, as ia euoh GQipa that ha wculd be able to s-.vb it-, though the Bsfbt against it has been most bitter end bard. The Senator ia iotereeted in raining properties at (Jrippls Creek which are w' . .n ,mm9n8e amount of money r u i , j shape to work to adviiiitBge. He stated tbafc he wou'd leave this evemcg for.the Vulture mine where he would speod ooe day and from there be I .... 1 .1 k .. . m 1. : "u.u .ula Hk uuuo to ueuv. imn was an ne would say to tne reporter but several friends coming in and the conversation becoming general on that eubjeot be stated. that there were eev- eral thousands of tons of tailings on tbe aumps of that property which be has had thoroughly proepeowd, that at a conservative estimate there is at least a million dollars in these tailings, wbich 1 can be extracted through tbe cyanide process which has been pieced on that property, and that within six months be expected to open up that property on a more gigantic scale than ever before. This means that several "hundred men will be put to work and that that great property will again become a producer second to Done in the Territory. Tbe Senator asked ooe of tbe gentle men present if he knew how much money bad been taken from tbe Vulture mine in tbe first five hundred feet of de velopment work done on it, and bfSicg answered in tbe negative staled that SH,000,000 was the amount, "and," con- j ticued tbe Senator, "I am positive that tbe next five hundred feet will produce at least 810,000 000 " OUR UEsKKVA'lIOSg Special Agent Bennett In tbe City. Mr. Clauds N. Bennett is in tbe city for a day. He says he finds Pbcenix so progressive end attractive that he is glad to run up here from the desert upon the slightest provocation. In reply to the question of the Her- j ald man concerning the work that he I hs been doing in allotting lauds to tbe I ladiane, Mr. Bennett said: 1 made seven hundred allotments on I the Gila Band Reservation of ten acres each, giving tbe same quantity of land to msr, women and chi'dren. Ibis in- ciuaes til or tbe irrigable land on the nfaxrvMion. 108 lnaians made their owc selections ana sbowed an interebt in toe matter teat gives greet bop6 for I nue.riu-u.e progress. Many of them uu ciearso. sneir land. Their underwent nangs on tbe irrigation proo.em. 108 sst Kivereide Conal runs tuiuugu ine reservation andean be 1 U T- .. . . used to irrigate most of it. The Peorin Canal passes near by and will also cover the Reservation if it ever gets out of tbe courts. Severel sections of land ere under a email canal that the Indians have a working partnership iD Estimates for irrigatiLg all the lands allotted are now before the Department. A eub-jgenfc will be placed in charge of the reservation. Buch assistance ns iB necessary will be rendered the Ind.ans Until they become sslf-supporting. "I em now having tbe maps, tbe field cotes, and all tbe records of these allot ments made at Sacaton. They will be completed in a few weeks more. Agent J Roe Young has recommended the al lotment cf the Salt River Reservation nearTetnpe. So has Indian Inspector iuooo.rn.oic. Ao orders have yet been eoU3 pnolol1.ph Gutter. received concerning these recommenda Hanry E. Kemp to Wm Christy deed iit'l. . i -r I U oion mine, 10 stamp mill Bad maofain- Vv hat do I expect to do? I mty allot j pry; 24,010. bait Kiver. I rosy go north cr go south ' or return to WeshiDgton. That deperd.- ; Are you made miserable by Iudiges upon the next few weeks. But wberli tiorj. Constipation, Dizzinese, Loss of ever I go I shall carry with roe mar- j Appetite, Yellow Skin?" Sbilo's Vital dehghtful recollections of a winter , 1Zsr ia a positive cure. For sale at ArlZ0DB'" I Keefer'e Pharmacy. ! ARIZONA DEBTS. at Jlie Provisions of the FURlling Act to be Extended TO JANUARY, 1897. Alien Boiia Fide Residents May Ac qnire Land and Mines. Washington, May 21. The' Hous Committee on Territories today author ized a favorable report on the bill amending and extending the provision ot ihe Arizona Funding Aot. It author izes the funding of all outstanding ob lations of that Territory till January 1. 1897. All the evidenoe of indebted cess autnorizea oy legislative euaui, ments of the Territory bearing a higher rate cf interest than authorized by tbe aoc of 1S90, shall be funded with in teres accrued and wbioh may accrue unti funded into lowest interest bearing borda provided by the aot. The cam mittee elso favorably reported the bill to amend the law restricting the owner ship of real estate in the Territories to American citizens. It provides that alien bona fida resioents miy bolo land loan money on real eslate and if I . I - . I J L, J .... .nlnn lureuubure w u hdu, uc yu.uu.ra . . r lowed to acquire roire9 Rnd towueigtts COURT PROCEEDINGS. Manuel Valenzuela, resisting an offi cer; withdrew plea of not guilty and plrad guilty. Antonio, an Indian, grand larceny 1J iltv Kisto, an Indian, grand larceny; plead not guilty, was tried and found guilty. Carrie Wilson, assault with a deadly weapon; withdrew plea ot not guilty and plead guilty. John Eyerick, motion to dismiss Bp grameu. The following prisoners were sen- tenoed this afternoon: I Liaaodro Moreno, one year ana three months; Anastasla Madima, one year; I Jack Eaoinas, six months; Isaac Rame- 'iz, six manthe; Wm. bmitb, one year anu uve montUB, im v.lu.u, u years. Kisto, Antonio acd Valeczuela I will be sentenced tomorrow morning at 9 0'0ocu. I In the Territorial court this morniDg I Judge Baker sentenced the two Indians Kisto and Antonio to one year and one day m the Territorial prison and Valen I 7.nala t.n nnn vnHr. nna lv inda finn P fl JH. I vi. u f o -r tukkJi In tbe United States court the grand jury reported eleven indictments for gelling liquor to Indians, one for ped dling wine 'without a license, and against Wm. Broan, -Isaac Wine and Samusl Eocles for counter itins. They I ignored three oases of edultry and oce of selling liquor to Indians. A venire for fif'.y trial jurors was or dered issued returnable next Monday moroing fit 9 o'clock. Ia tbe Territorial court this morning Judge Baker called the calendar and 90t; tQa vnriou3 osfts for hearing. In 1 . .--. r -1 tbe 0(1Bea ot u. w. K.ay vs. w j tiuruy, od W. K. James vs. The Buckeye Cnal Ooaipany, j adgments were given ror the Dlaint.ff -i. and the case of the M & P. R. R. Co. vs. J. H. Pomeroy, was H.smioaort In the United States oourt the thir- teen prisoners indicted yesterday were arraigned and each one plead net guilty and their trials were set for to morrow morning. KKAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. Reported t r tbe Herald by the Val ley Abstract Company. May 19 b. Phoenix Dry Goods Co to Geo B Per kins, deed, strip 14 25 It wide on n end of La Villa Place; 85 Mary Brown, by atty, to F E May field, deed, 200 x2l7 it of nw of neJ4 sec 32, 2 c, 3 e; 8300. B S Barett, J R N'okolson and Ed Bremmer iooate tbe Sienia Reay Clif- t.in, Minnie Lee and LealaLd mining claims, Moore district. James Winters locates the Butte acd Black Tail mining claims, Liddell dis trict. Offioial bond ot O M Frazier Notary Publio, 81000; J L B Alexander end R H Green, sureties. May 20. J B Norton, H B Griffith, W R Brad- shaw and Eugene Bradsbaw to Lizzie S Trask, oxecutrix est of T J Trask, dec, order of sale on Mechanic's lien.nmount $1976.19, with oosts, Union mice, Wini- fred dis, with engine, boilers end ma c'ainery Chas H Johnston and wife to M S Webb, deed, lots 3 and 4 blk 10 Brill's addition (to correct former deed) Receiver to James W W alker, final re ceipt, se sec 35 3 n 2 a Llovd B Christv to Winifield S Mo- Oartuev. uo deek. sw M sec 20 3 n 2 e; $1 A F Messenger, declaration of borne stead, value S3.000. w lots 11 12 and M3 blk W University add. ,- M rv,,..;., fr. tfitnh rlaed. lots 7 and 8. hlk 38. Cioital addition ' ' - SI 500 21st. Dainge'r Parker and wife to G H Adams deed n 100x150 ft of Andre traot in sw J4 sec 5 1 n 3 e; 81000. Wm Speer to Manoopa Loan and Trust Co deed lot 11 blk 25, Churchill Addition; 81. Julia Spear to Maricopa Loan and Trust Oo deed lot 11 blk 25, Churchill Addition; 81. R-ceivr to Linzy O Austin final re ceipt an J4 sec 25, 1 ale. J B Nuirton and wife to Isaac F Smith deed sw 30 acres of sw sec 10 1 n 3 e; S3150. A F Messenger to W G AKenburg, party of ths first part gives interest in photograph gallery and outfit for 14 HEAVY SENTENCES. Nine of the Prisoners Are Dis "barged. FIFTEEN YEARS IN PRISON For Colonel Rhodes, J. H. Ham- mond L. Phillips and George Farrar. London, May 20. The Secretary of Stale for the ooloniee, Jos. Chamber lain, has not received any Dews tbit morning of the final deoision of tbe ex ecutive council of tbe South Af rioat Republic regarding tbe commutation of the sentences of the Johannesburg reform prisoners It was rumored ot- the etock exchange today that all the prisoners are to be released nncon ditionally. Private dispatches bij President Kruger bas pardoned fifty- 1 niDe prisoners condemned to imprisoD ment, banishment acd fine 810.000 each. No mention is made cf Rhodes, Ham mond, Phillips and Farrar. Pretoria, May 20. -The sentence of the leaders of the Jchcnesburg reform ers, it was announced today, will staco over for tbe present Br.d in tbe mean while sentences of fifteen years im prisonment have been substituted fo tbe sentences ot death imposed upon Col. Rhodes, John Hays Hammond, Lionel Phillips and George Farrar. Tbe nine other prisoners are discharged. Eighteen were sentenced tu five montBs imprisonment and twenty-two to t.hreB mnr.fcha imnrisonment. HI? 11 T fiPTT Tl(irT?W Six Members of Parliament Sns- pentled. FORCE FOUND NECESSARY To Remove Members From Floor of the House. the T. Ma 99 Af. t.or1n t.h """" ' " ' " House of Commons was still in session. having sat continuously twenty-one hours. The dead-look is over an agri cultural rating bill providing for tbe reduction of rates on agricultural land At 4 o'clock this morning closure was moved. Several members refus-d to enter tbe division lobby. Speaker Gully named John DilloD, the anti Parnellite leader, Dr. Tanner, Donald Sullivan, David Lloyd, George and Jobn Herbert Lewis for disobeying tbe cbair. Tbe Consevative leader, Bal four, moved the suspension of tbe mem bers named and the motion carried by a vote of 209 to 59. Michael Davit pnd Daniel Maoaleasse persisted in remain ng in tbe House during the division The sergeaat-at-arma was summoned by tbe speaker to remove tbem This was done. a many at 10:60 p. m. all classes or bills were agreed to, and with mery igbs of relief ihe. House Bdjaurned until June 1st. M. H. CONPKKKNCE. No Store Lilo-'nse to Be Allowed Church Members. Cleveland, M-iy 20. Bishop Foster presided today at tbe Methodist con ference. The Committee on State of the church reported in favor of no otange in the rule prohibiting tbe uee r encouragamect of I quor, dancing games of obanoe, theatre going, oircuees ac d horse races. Tbe recommendation was greeted with great applause. Dr Levi Masters, of Michigan, thought tbe list should be revised. If tbe restrio tiuns were to stand wby not include foot ball, billiards, etc. Cleveland, May 21. Gov. Buebneli isited the Methodist conference this morning and was greeted with applause. Bishop Merrill, presiding, presented im to 'he conference. The oonseora tion of Bishops, was set for Thursday next at 11 a. m. Dr. Emory Miller tit- tempted to secure the suspension of tbe rules in order to reconsider the vote by bich pastors are required to secure the consent of the presiding elder be fore engaging as an Evangelist other than a conference Evangelist. Ibe mo-1 tinn r i. nrjimnf.lv vntorl rlnnrn 1 hi or a I 4VU - j - - ' I eing 170 presiding elders and but 79 pastors in the conference. Cleveland, May 22. At the Metho- ist Conference today in tbe election of Sicretary for ths Sunday school and Tract Society, Dr. J. S. Hurlburt re oeived 286 out of 413 votes cast, thus re lecting him Dr Chas. H. Payne was J nacimously re-elected Secretary of tbe Board ot Elucation. The Commit tee on Episcopacy reported in favor of trim Rishons selecting their residents in the order of their election, but giving any Bishop tbe privilege to stay where bas been stationed. Dr. A. G Kylett proposed a substitute by which I tbe Conference should assign the I Bishops to their residences. Atter a I spirited debate the substitute was tabled by a vote of 229 to 199. The re- pert aa submitted was adopted. Dr. M. I Kelly was re-eleoted editor of the Methodist Review, ana Dominations ror editor of the Christian Aavocaie were olled, but only one name was present; ed, thator SJt. J. oi. uucKiey, toe present editor, lie received 4i out oi 440 votes cast. I Sicu stoni'ioh means s:ck man (or j woman). Why not be well? Sick stomach comes from poor food, poor nourishment; means poor health, poor comfort. Shaker Digestive Cor dial means health and a well stomaoh. It we could examine our stomaoh we I would understand why it is that so lit- tie will put it out of order. But, unless we are doctors, we never see our stomach. We only feel it. We would feel it less if we took Shaker I Digestive Co'diel. Shaker Digestive Cordial makes your stomach ditrest all the nourishing food you eat, relieves all the symptoms of j indigestioc, acts as a tonic acd soon makes you veil and strong again. The more you take, the less you will feel of your stomach. All druggists. Trial bottle 10 cents. TERRIBLE CYCLONE. - The Osage Indian Reservation Devastated. FARMS DESTROYED And Many Feople Reported Killed It was the Worst Storm on Record. Guthrie, O. T.,May 21. A terrific cyclone passed through the Osage reeer vation last night, devastating farmt and it is rumortd killing a number ol people. Tbe storm was general over tbe territory and was the worst or. record. A scnaU cyclone w reported from Norman, Edmond, White Eagle and Perkins, with muoh destruction of property . NEW H1Pshikk uismoukais Tbe State Convention Declares for Gold. Concord, May 20. The New Hamp shire Democratio State convention- met today cho0S9 lre to the National convection. Harry Btcg bam presided. He said the platform of the Natiooal convention must be broad enough for every true Democrat to stand on and its declarations so plain ly expressed as to be capable of only one construction. Nominees must b men whose records are in harmony with tbe platform. The Committee on Res olutions then submitted their report The financial Plk was as follow. "Unaerme presens oooainons vnere I can be but one standard value, and I avery bind of ourrenoy should rest up adopted without dissent. GOLD WINS. Tbe Nonh Dakota Democrats Go that "Way. Minneapolis, May 20. A speoial to tbe Journal from Averdeen, South Dakota, says probabilities at 2 o'clock are that tbe gold standard Demociate will organize the State convention They reoeived important reinforcements this morning, the Black Hills dele- ate8 h hsd Deen for eiIver changing I 1. ! . I I. t f.. , that part of tbe state. S. A. Ramsay ot Woocsocket, a sound money candid- ate, was agreed upon for temporary ohairman. Last night the silverites had matters their own tj'. Pilla da not cure Constipation. They only Bggrivate. Karl's Clover Root Tra gives perfect regularity to the bowels. For sale at Reefer's Pharmacy. POPULISTS ARB PE3IOCRATS. Tbe Declaration Comes Prom Indi ana That Populists Will Fuse AViiti Democrats. Chicago, May 20 An Indianapolis speoit.1 seys that the Populists of Io diana make announcement that an nn- I derstanding has been reached wbereby the Populists of every State in the TjDion re to acoept be platform and caDdidates of the Chicago Democratic convention in ese both favor free I silver. Negotiations have been coins on for several months and in accord ance with them the Natiooal Populist convention Bnd tbe National silver oon- ventiou have been call.d for the same date, July 22nd, in St. Louis. FREIGHT CLASSIFICATION. All Sections of the Country to be Included. Washington, Miy 21. The Senate committee on interstate commerce to day authorized tbe reporting ot the bill for uniform classification of railroad freight framed on tbe lines recommecd- 'd by tbe national board ot trade. It will require tbe interstate commerce committee to prepare and publish tbe classification which shall apply to all sections ot tbe country. Tbe bill is intended to meet the complaint of shippers on railroads in diffreit parts of tbe country which have different classifications which render it impossi ole to determine accurately in advance the costs of shipment. Consumption can be oured by the use of Shiloh's Cure. This great Cough J cure ,B tt,e oay known remedy for that terrible disease. For sale at Reefer's Phnrmflnv. J AN OVERDOSE Laudanum Causes tbe Death of Capt. Smith San Francisco, Moy 22. Captain A W. Smith, the well known sea oaptain, was found dead in bed this morning. He had taken an overdose of laudanum. D.seased blood, cocstipation, and kidney, liver and bowel troubles are cured by Karl's Clover Koot Jea. k or """J IOWA DEMOCRATS. 8 s, Wright Made Temporary Chair- man. dL7BUque, Io May 20. The Demo- crai,j0 Si,ate Convention did not meet uu 8fter n 0-0!ock. C S. Rank, chair man of lhe g5ata Committee, announced a g wrjeQt sa tem porary chairmarj. A hearty weiCOme was given him by the Qonvention, which sat at rest all ankici- patjoa 0 6n open protest from the eil- vernJeQ. Wright delivered a carefully p.epared speech in which he opposed tbe free coinage of silver at 16 to 1 Wright's speech was frequently inter rupted with applause. When be men tioned General Weaver tbe eilver men's enthusiasm foUGd vent in obeers. His declaration that eilver should be oonsid ered money at proportionate value with gold called out prolonged cheers from the gold standard people while tbe sii ver men remained silent barring a mild (protest from one or two delegates. Boies' name brought tbe Convention to its feet and the cheers continued fully live minutes. An intimation of Boies' alleged inconsistency was interrupted by cries of "Boies," 'Bsiee," and cheers from the gold men. Cleveland's name was also enthusiastically received "My baby bad croup and was saved by Shiloh's Cure," writes Mrs. J. B. Martin, of Huntsviile, Ala. For sale at Reefer's Pharmaoy. PHOENIX MARKETS. Current prices corrected daily by Phoenix Merchants. Whole Barley, per 100 pounds i. ( SSedO1 Boiled Barley, per 100 pounds 90695 lirain Hay, baled, per ton Mfalfa, per tori 1 25 41falfa Heed 06 Wheat, per li!0 pounds 1 50 Sloar.per 100 ponnds " 2 50 Batter, per pound 1025 Jhcese, per pound.... 1830 Sugar, eu be, per 100 pounds 6 757 00 Srftar. granulated, per 100 pounds.... 6 50g6 7B Coffee, green, per pound.... .... ...... 2080 Bice, per 100 pounds 5 7566 25 Beans. Lady Washington, per 1001b. a 50S 00 " Liruas. per 100 pounds 4 0064 50 " Pink, per 100 pounds 2 r,0 nm, Kansas ity, per pound 12gl4 Baoon, per pound - IS Lard, leaf, per pound ." 8HI3 Dried Apples, per pound 12V4 Dried Peaohes, per pound 1015 Dried Apricots, per pound Vibi ried Prunes, pe pound 1020 Dried Grapes, per pound 45 Dried Raisins, per pound 10gl5 Honey, strained, per pound H5 CANHSD GOODS. Peaches, per can.... ' 20 20 20 25 15 15 15 20 15 2 75 ' 3 00 6 00 10 S 50 8 10 15 10 12 2025 2085 8 Apples, per can Pears, per can ........ Berries, per oan Tomatoes, per oan Stiing Beans, per can Corn, per can Je ly and Jam per oan figss.per doien STOCK. Beef on foot; per hundred Hogs, live, per hundred 4heep, dressed, per hundred Turkeys, 11 ve.per pound Chickens , per dosen MX ATS. Beef, Bound, per pound ' Si-loin, per pound " Porter House, per pound Pork, per pound Mutton, per pound OBIEN FBUIT. Ejemons, por dozen Oranges, per dosnn Apples- per pound Peare.per pound VEGETABLES. Onions, per pound Potatoes, per pound Sweet Potatoes, per pound Cabbage , per pound Cauliflower. Celery .... . .... .... .. 5 2 IH 5 10 15 Families are supplied with radishes, beets, turnips, onions, peas, string beans and all small vegetables by vegetable wagons. KILROY'S New Palestine Advertising and Real Estate Exchange Is Well Known Throughout - the United States and Canada, Room 313. Fleming Block, Phoenix, Arizona. agent for "White star," "Anchor" bnd 'Cunard" Kteaunship Lines, from and to All Parte ot Europe and SOUTH AFRICA GOLD FIELDS. "Be wtee tolay! Tie madness to defer; next day ths fatal precedent will plead thus on till wisdom is pushed out ot life." At the ex pence ef egotism. hioh in praotical measures is wont to be waived by practical persons, the New Palestine avency bas placed n the market for our own people during the present respite, viz: the next ninety dajs 00 city lots 50x137 feet, within fire minutes walk of the ooort house, every one a perfect ffem, and defy competition either Jn proximity to business center or prices, quality of soil or perfeot drainage. We emphasize every syllable in tlie above sflntences. Each lot has a peifeot growth of alfafla and provided with perfectly gradsd streets and avenues ranging fnm 60 to 100 feet wide, ail located between Center - Street and reventh Avenue one might say in the heart of the city. Prices: On the installment plan, range from S60 to $100 each, payable S 10 monthly. To the meohanio and prudent wife and mitMr it means a lovely home and the forever stopping of exorbitant rents for poor aooommodations in rooms and houses; to the young man acd lady earning money, with an eye in. their heai, it means the ueuoiea Ol m lOIiaua, H uoa utnu ,uo iu rlnznna nf other cities in the Dast. To the out side merchant, oattleman and miser, one of UUU wu OUIOL 1. ...... OLbUO. VM. ... present pursuits a hnndered fold. To you eastern friend with a hundred d illara lyinc idle it means a thousand, in enort, at the present time, it is AnAngeld's visit" to tbe Wise. AS IT IS A STEBN ADMONISHMENT TO THE CARELESS. U any are the valiant purposes formed, that are merely in words: de-ds intended, that are never done: designs projected, that are never begun; and all for the want of a lit'le oouroge- ous decision. In matters of great eonoern, tlus getting of a home while opportunity lastt and which should bs done, there is no surer argu ment of a weak mind than indeoinon to be undetermined when the oaee is so plain and the neoef sity so arsat. Precisely ia this partinu'ar are so many, otherwise good men and women, dsfloieut and with opportunities at their command fall Bhort, and disappoint the expectations of their friends, Thy inarch op to the scene of aotion(opportuutt) but a every steD their courage ooaes out. They want the re quisit decision, courage, and perseverance. They calculate the risk and weigh the ohanoes until the OPPORTUNITY for EFFECTIVE effort has paseJ; in this oase. Never to Keturn. FOB SAI E. Ranch -:-l 20 Acres. Near head of canal with, small house. 35. SO PER ACRE S 1 -800 Two goc Tern- pe town properties cneap, Eent for $25 per month. .Fine Alfa' fa Ranch; 24 miles from R. R orchard, vineyard and never failing well of good water, with Tempe Canal water. No Agent's Commissions. Call on or address: W. A. BOLTON, Notary Public Tempe, Arizona Farmers' Mercliants, .-p. AlMTg: TEMPE, ARIZONA. Oapltai...... $50,000. S. Q. FRANKENBURG President NEILS PETERSON. . . . Vice President CHAS. N. TAYLOR Cashier General Banking Business Transacted. COKKKSrOSDESTS. Bank of New York, N. B. A New York A glo-Californian Bank Ban Francio fork :i ,Cal National Back of Californl . ..IM Angeiea, Consolidated National Bank Tucson, Valley Bank Pboenlx Arte Aria Rivere, Benson &.GI0V3 Stae. CCKETOS & HcAIXISTEB, Props. Connects with Casa Grande stage for Mammoth, Beniton and Globe. Tbe best cougb cure is Shiloh's Cure. A neglected cold is dangerous. Stop it at once with Shiloh's Cure, For sale at Reefer's Pharmaoy.