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Tucson Citizen: Mr. Maouel Radondo is in the oity from St. Louis caDyon. He called at the Citizen office thia morniog sod gave the information that bis seotion hbd been visited by two very welcome raioe which have .filled up all the Brroyos acd assures an ample supply of water foi use about the mines in which he ia in terested. He eajs that the Oceanic, upon which a great deal of work has been done, is looking most promising. bamplea oan be shown which will give an assurance of 825,000 per ton. The average of the ledge is fl-st-class, and Mr. Redoodo, who is a half owner in this as well as other'alaims of the group. Is on the road to effluence, which he de serveB for his years of industrious work Border Vidette. A botlle of eulpbuNO acid explsded in aoar containing two boxes of giant pow uer Dear the depot yesterday and caused oouaternation among the bye- st(.nders for a little while, bub Charlie Dathine went into the oar and threw the acid out and quiet was soon re stored. The report that the town came near being blown up wsa without sub stantial foundation. Tucson Star: J. W. Beobam, manager of the Pboe nix Wood & Uoal Uo., of Fboemz, was in Tucson yesterday on business. Mr Benbam was formerly sanitary inspeo tor cf Maricopa county and is heavily interested with bis oousin, Hon. W. C Btrnee, in cattle in the northern parto the Territory. GRAHAM COUNTY. Graham Bulletin: A pirty who returned from the oonl fields last Friday brought the repo't that a nciQ nanand H-irjrieraoa found a dad man wrapped in a Navxjo blanket and hid away between a ledge of rooks. His dead horse was also found and h e saddle was hidden in some brash. Ap parently the man had bean there several years, as it ia supposed that be had been murdered elsewhere acd packed there. The fiod was two and a half miles from the George Epsey oabin The man was not over 30 or 35 years old. Mr. James Perdue, an old soldier residing at Monroe, Micb., was severely affl cted with rheumatism but received prompt relief from pain by using Chamberlain's Pain Balm. He says "At times my back would ache so badly that I could hardly rise up. If I bad not gotten relief I would not be here to write these few lines. Chamberlain' Pain Balm has done me a great deal of good acd I feel very thankful for it For sale by druggists. CITY COUNCIL. A Special Meeihie is Held This Morning The Oity Council met in special ses sion this morning and transacted the following business: The bid of S. J-Tribolet for feeding oity piisoners at 11 cents per meal was acoepted. Judge Kibbey appeared in behalf of franchise asked by Gus Hirschfeld erecting wires Ior electric fans m :ty, e.Bd.rnfdeJtJsrg argument in favor of the franchise. JurJre -Auj worth opposed the granting of the fran chise. The matter was taken under advisement by the Council. Leave of absence was granted to the Mayor to attend the Uciled States Court at Santa Fe. The zrjro was instructed to shut off the water of all people who bad cot paid water rental. An application wos presented by P. L. Pnlllipa for carmg for Neahr's Addition plaza at the same rate now paid. The application was referred to the com mittee on public buildings and grounds B. A. Fioka9 appeared before the Council and requested tbab the license imposed oa abstract cffloes be repealed Ai adjournment was then taken till 7:30 this evening. AROUND 1UE SENATOR MINE. Matters and things Among the Mountains and Pines. Andrew Whliace, formerly at Mam moth and Clifton, is the superintendent of the Senator. Toe mill is running t n Senator ore and work in the mine is goiog on under very eocourcging condi tioos. The prospects are good for the coutinaous run cf the mill. Superintendent Wallace and family res da near the mill in a cioe cottage among the pine trees. Mrs. C. Hum phries is looking after the boardirg h juee on Seoator bill, where the miners ire workiDg The climate at this point 'not be equalled in the Bradebaws. irtmell is operating a saw mill Essy ampa a mile be'ow the -artmell lores out 30CO feet The demand for this lumber 3XCPES of the production. 3bo Sohafer has been working dIs- oer gronnd in the neighborhood of tbe I lJ-Ha on the tiaesoyampa with fair sue- I oess. .Lately be has leased tbe Ddta and after six feet of work etruck a good vein of ore acd believes be will do well this summer. The Haseuyamps is very dry. W H Haslan is workicg the Grizzly. This is an extension of the Howard Mr. Haslan is living ou tbe mice witb bis family. The Howard is leased acd worked by S seggert & Carpenter. A. J. Pickerill is working the upper group. The water supply for the Senator mill is coming out of the mine. After the contemplated tacks are put in tbe water supply will be settled. This season has started tbe driest of any within tbe reoolleotion of tbe Has- yampere on tbe herdwaters. Stet. rVSCR MORE In harmony v' with tiie world, 20CO completely cured men are Liiig iiappy praisea Ior toe greatest, grand est and mo?t suc cessful cure for sex ual weakness and lost vigor known to medical science. An 4 X' a for . the JCj 1W ail. account of this won- ' aerfnl discovert!, in book form, with ref erences and proors, Will hodttnf. trt un f xennsr men (sealed) free. Full manly vicor ; 4srnianeDtly restored. Failure impossible. E3JE MEDIQAL C0..BUFFAL0, N.Y. GLE.NDALiK GLEANINGS. Twenty-Five Cars of Grapes to be Shipped East. Glen-dale, June IS, 1896. Heading is about over in this fhoinity rbresbing is now in full blast and will be finished in two weeks. Hunter and Wells, recently from Phoenix, have leased the warehouse and oarle7 roller from R. K. Farrington, and are now ready to receive grain for etor age. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Baldwin, who have been here for the past year, left ibis morning for Chicago in response to the news that, Mr. Bildwiu's father,wbo has been in poor health for some time past, was not expected to live. Mr. Baldwin has rented bis place to Post master Humphrey as be does not ex pect to return inside of a year. Their many friends here regret their depart ure and hope for a speedy return. Among those who expeot to join the aextexoursiou to the coast are S A. jtoner and family, Mrs. C. T. Hirst acd Miss Morrow, and A. H. Haughte liog. Rav. Mr. Cook and family expeot to 4paod the summer on the coast acd may leave with the next excursion. Gteodale is hanging onto the tail end of the ice wagon just now Family or lers have entirely dropped and McXair md Heiee can hardly obtain enough to kep their meat fresb. This state of ffairs will cot be repeated cext year for there ia every probability that by oext winter a creamery and ioe plant will be put in by borne capital. Mean while the necessity for such an enter prise is apparent to all who have ceesed to regard ioe as a luxury. Jack Wade and family expect to ro- turn next week to their old borne in Virginia. Jack s arm, which was in jured by his falling on a hay fork last week, is about well. Waiter Hill, who is in charge of the Arizona Improvement Co.'s interests in Chicago, was here yesterday making tia&l arrangements tor the shipment of the grape crop which be purchased the day before. A conservative estimate places the amount to be shipped at about twenty-five oars. An experienced packer will be sent to take charge of the shipments end it looks as though things would be done this year in a business-like way. if this ia tbe case success is certain 83 all the condition are favorable. Rah for McKinley! Sigos of return ing prosperity are already apparec Several of our ranchers, some of them dyed in-the-wool Democrats, are goin quite extensively into tbe raising of sheep, anticipating a rise in wool, do that the government is likely to get o a business basis. Hossa Greenes w re oeived six cars of sheep last week an Harry Adams and Mont .Hough expeo to ship in ten or twelve carloads soon. We have a kick, a big Populistic-kic coming, and a conundrum which ougnt to oe easy to answer, wny are people who live on the laterals aliowe to throw their dead hogs in tbe ditch o permit their bogs to get in tbe lateral at all? Our sole source of supply for drinking and cooking oomes from tbes laterals, and such conditions as exis now are a constant menace to beak and life. Somebody should be singled out and made an example of, if tbe law takes cognizance of such a crime against the well being of tbe community, an the sooner it is done, tbe better, let th arrmv strike where it may. The people of Cold water are ereotin a ecbool bcuee. Coldwater is well named and will mnka a thriving com muoity in short time. Judge Bliss went to Phoenix today on leg? I business. i.ne .utve etocsr Association receive a oar cf lumber Tuesday. Part of it oaforJ. B. Doner, who is erecting handsome residence. The Improvement Company shipped a car of dried apricots to Chicago last night. JN jdb but firs' class fruit wb shipped a..d good prices are expeoted. Arcadja. If it required an annual outlay o 100.00 to insure a family against any serious oonsequecces from an attack o bowel oomplaict daring the year there are many who wou'd feel it their dmy to pay it; that they could not afford to risk their lives, and those of their fam ily for such an amount. Any one car get this insurance for 25 cents, than be mg tbe pries of a bottle of Chamber- 'aid's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. In almost every neighbor hood some one has died from an attack of bowel oomplaict before medioioe oould be procured or a physician sum moned. One or two doses of this rem dy will cure any ordinary case. I aever fulls. Can you affjid to take thi- risk for so 6 mall an amount? For sale by druggists. NOTE9 FROM CONGRESS. What is Going on at tbe Great Going on Mine Congress, June 18, 1896 Editor Herald: The rails of the new road are now laid about three hun dred yards beyond tbe company's store LDa orsc rreignt arrived last evening. Work is progressing rapidly. On Sunday the thermometer register ed from 110 to 117 degrees in the shade, in d Bareat parts of tbe camp. Fjack Custis, who has been lying sick at the hospital for some time, died this morning at 2 o'olock. Ha was a young man and had a large number of (needs in the camp. Miss bpecoer, who has been visiting her numerous friends in the camp, has left for San Diego. If a small bottle of Shaker Digestive Cordial does you no good, don't buy a targe one. "Prove all things; hold fast tbat which i8good." It's not good for everybody, only for the thin, pals, sick, weak and weary. For those who are starving for want of digested food. For those wbo cannot get fat or strong, because their stomachs do cot work as they ought to. These are the people, millions of tbem, whom Shaker Digestive Cordial will cure. Food makes Btrengtb, musole, brain. blood, energy after it is digested. If not digested, it will do you no good at Shaker Digestive Cordial helps your stomach to digest your food and ouree i idigestion permanently. When you've t-ied a small bottle, you can tell. Sold by druggists. Trial bottle 10 et - . J Tempe Department. From Friday's DHy. Dr. E. O. Hyde and wife, ot Phoenix visited Tempe today. Joe Saoaf is arrangssj to start a Iu3ch counter. A camping outfit left yesterday for the Superstition mountoics. Mr. Roerig lives oat Id the country east of Tempe and keeps bees, honey, babies and other sweet . things. Yes terday his wife added a handsome pair of twin girl babies to the family oircle and now tbe census commissioner will have to amend bis report. South side babies like south side bees are bum mers. Tba ice famine has passed and people breathe free again. Tempe got up early this morning end Baluted the ice wagon with loud ecolaim, forgave it all its past sins and laid low for a "stand in. Lud there was enouga ior an to get a good cool drink acd as the ma chine has got on to its jab again we may safely cay the country is saved. The career of the man with sacks on bis feet was brought to a suddeo close yesterday, but not until be bad created quite a soare among tbe family folk of tbe town. It is said that birdsbot, axe-handles and small arms were ii. demand yesterday morning, and it tbe culprit had been at larga last night ond received half ot what was laid up for him, an autoptical display of bis mineral resources would have been interesting today. Company C, N. G. A., met last night and as tbe enlistment of their original members bad expired tbey were given their discharge papers and about twenty of them immediately re-enlisted. The militia oompany is one of tbe few organ lzationB that in recent years have held tbeyouGg people of tbe town together and even laying aside tbe patri otic purpose of its existence is a very worthy organiztior acd should be fostered by the oommu nity. All the young men in town who are situated so should enlist and help the boys along. A Tempe real estate man bss beeD developing Btrsnge eymptomsof late end bis friends feared be had been bitten by a mad-dog or drinking Tempe water without ice in it. Bu tbe matter was settled yesterday when be heard of tbe nomination?; hi peculiar actions were only tbe result of tbe Republican antidote be has been taking for the Democratic fever tba has been so prevalent during tbe last four years. Ib is hoped a oomplete cure has been effected and that he will send his vote to McKinley by mail in time enough to have it counted on eleo tion day. From Stnrdny,s Daily. Camping parties are get-ting them selves in shape for mountain trips. A kitchen for tbe use or the new lunoh oounter is being constructed in the rear of the Greaves building. Tempe Hotel register: W. H. Smith Preeoott, H. Hewitt, Pinal; It. D. Perk inson, San Francisco. This weather should induce the se' duo6ive oantalops and the succulen saodia into renewed exertions toward fulfilling their bumble, yet honorable, missions in the epicurean world. Johnny Youag has resigned bis posi tion as cooduotor of the Mesa &, Faoe- nix train, and will leave today or to morrow for Sacaton . About the firet of the month he will accompany hid father, J. Roe Young, to Kentucky for a visit witb friends and relatives dur ing the sum mer. Jim Williams wbo seems to haves mania for collecting and who seems to be not over particular as to wbat be gets or where or how he gets it so long as It belong? to Boms oce else together with Withrow tbe colored gentleman that keeps the "fence" were brought before Justice Smith this morning and waiving examinatiao were sent to jai where in keeping witb our time honor ed customs they will be expected to languish till the next session of the Grand Jury. Tbe cmaers and oit zees wbo trailed and captured this quarry are entitled to great oredit as Tempe people oan now feel reasonably seoure in leaving their sidewalks acd barns out of doors at night. Mesa Gl'-umnga- Items oflnteres Krom Tbriving City. Dr. Romaics was in town a few days ago looking up a location. The doctor s very much impressed with the coun try and no doubt will settle in Mess. Stenographer Jackson was viewing the beauties cf Mesa and adjacent country Mocday. Morris Hoideo, son of our esteemed feilow citizen J. N. Holder, is home for vacation. Morris tells us that tbe sec tion of oountry he came from in Kan sas cn compare with Arizona for nice warm weather. Sjme enterprising firm could do well hers by erecting cn ice plant. The con tinuous growth of this feotion cf coun try is only a fore-runner ot wnat is coming. Oa dropping into tbe Co. Op. Mercan tile store yerteid-y we were surprised to see a cluster of what we thought was artificial pears. Upon inquiring we had the exquisite pleasure of sampling some and well Mr. Li9 Baron look out that we don't find the tree. You know our failing for Bartletts. Tud'iy eveniog about seven o'clock tbe lowering clouds gave tbe usual sign of an approaching Arizona wind storm Shortly afterwards, the streets were one continuous sheet of sand and dust. The storm ragsd about half an hour when there were a few drops of rein ell. Old timers here report Tuesday as the hottest day they have experien ced in Mesa. Prot. F.J. Netherton was up enjoy- ng the cool breeze on the table-land Wm. K-Qs!er brought in same of tbe aeat apricots ot the season J nnrsday. For flavor they can't be beat. Tbe man withjtbe pretty wheel pass ed throuifh town today on his wuy to the Metropolis. Wagon load after wagon load of grain can be seen daily psseing through town. We ore informed that Mr. W. Mur-j pby is about to have a fine residence built on the Desmond ranch. Tbis beautiful mansion when completed will compare with any of our sister cities. Sam Pissey the horseman, was seen exercising his roan mare Sky Kociset today. The Park Thettre Co.. gave their second entertainment here Thursday night, aud as usual bad a crowded house. Tbe able and courteous mana ger Gustave Teaville will always be velcome to Mesa as well 8s the com pany. The lovers of amusement here nan alwnys appreciate any thing that's good. Among Thespians we noticed some old famiier faces. Johnny Burns ot San Fraccisoo, Lincoln Piummer, of He?9ltowc, Maryland, aad W A Balas- co, of Washington, D, C. Did you oyer notice that? Mr. Fred Maessv? We did and we are no: through laughing yet! The captivating beauties tbe Misses Neaville, Raymond acd Mainland are the success ot any company. Owing to the change in distributing the water Ho tbe shareholders. The water wagon has lost its sprinkler. Tknderfoot, Mka, June 10, 1S90. Diseased blood, oonstipation, Bnd kidney, liver end .bowel troubles are cured by Karl's Clover Root Tea. For sale at Reefer's Pharmacy. liKAL ESXAXfci TRANSFERS. Reported f )r the Herald by the Vl ley Abstract Company. June IS. United States to Theodore C S:rrine patent sec 22 1 n ffe. Testified tbat the correct name of patentee iB Thodore C Sirrine. James T Simms to A R-dewiil dead lots 13 and 15 bik 1 Simms Addition 1500. A M Austin by constable to J J Grif fin crti6oate of sale ce sr-c 1 1 n 1 w $119.90. Hannah T Simme, plaintiff, vs The Simms Improvement Co, James Simms, Cbae F Simme, Cbfis F Aics worth, Wm Christy end Thos D Bee nett, defendante, notice cf aolioc, to de elare fraudulent blJ void, a deed exe 20 ted by James T Simms to tbe Simm Improvement Co conveying ee sec 3: 4 of nw i and sw of ow seo 5 1 n3 e; lots 4, 7, 10, 11, 14. 16 17, J8, 19, blk 1; lots 8. 10. 15, 16 18, 20. 23, blk 2; tots 1, 2, 5,7, 9,11,13, 15.17, 19 21, blk 3; Simms Additioc; lot 4, blk 1 blks 2 3 and 4; lots 1, 2 and 3, blk bike 6 ncd 7; lots 2. 3, 4, blk 8; lots 2, 3 4, blk 9; blks 10 and 11; lots 1.3, 4, blk 12; bik 13 and 14; lots 1, 3. 4, blk 15 lots 2. 4 blk 16; lots 1, 2 C, blk 17; lots 2. 3, 5, G, blk 18; blks 19 and 20, Central Place; also deeds to Cbns F Simms lot 1 blk 1, and lot 5 bik 2, S mms Addition and surj-ct tbe whole to the psymen of a judgment in favor of plaintiff for S750 and $150 per month. Frank O Sbolty and N J Mitohell locate the Victor and Little Johnny claims 6 miles northeast of Buckeye. June 19 Marcus Li Smith and w:fe to Kate M Smith, deed, int in ne.J-4 os seo 21, c,2e;810. Mary C Parker to W T Williams and wife, rel mtg, SsJ. seo 15, 3 n, 1 82200. Thos R Hayes to Josiah Harbert and wife, rel. mtg, 2 yre, 10 per oent. , sw )4 sec 19, 2 n, 4 e; S'25. Lewis Wetz'er, declaration of home stead, value 2500, 5 acres of sej, seo 11, 1 n, 3 e; acd se4 of bw sec 24, 2 2 e. Eugene D Ming to S ! Gibbi and wifo, rel mtg, w?.i of cwJi seo 00, 2 n, 3 e; 81500. Charles Ming and wife to Eugene D Ming, deed. wj of nvt sec 35, 2 n, 3 e; 810. T A Fulton to Harry George, rel mtg, srIioq furniture, fixtures and stock ; S300. L H Orme revokes appointment of James Madison as deputy sheriff. James E Drane, medical diploma. Resolutions of Reepect. Whereas, It has pleased Almighty od to remove from our midst our loved bister and colaborer, Mrs.J. R. E la ton, acd Whereas, She was a faithful and earnest member of our Sunday Echool; therefore, be it Resolved, That we deplore and mourn her untimely death, acd be it Resolved, That we extend to the bereaved busband, parents acd fam ly our sincere sympathy and oondolerc in this their hour of grief; and be it fur tber Resolved, Tbat a copy of this resolu tions be given to tbe f'mily of tbe dfC-nsed, acd published in tbe city papers, acd spreBd upon tbe miuutes of our Sunday school. Union Sunday School Diet r:ct No. 14 O. M. Ettf.r, Mrs. W. H. Lee, F. B. Jacob?, Committee. Pills do not cure Constipation. Tbey only rtggrevate. K-trl's Clover Root Tea gives perfect regularity to tbe bowels. For Bale at Reefer's Pharmacy. CYCLING EVENTS. Century Run Banquet and Races in Several elites. Newark, X. J., June 20. The riders in tbe annus! century run of the asso ciated cycling c;ubs of New Jersey left here a 5 o'olock thia morning. The run is from this city to Ashbury Fark and return, the time limit being four teen hours Chicago, June 20. The regular meet icg and banquet t f the associated cycl ing clubs will be held this evening, tbe participants representing all tbe lead ing wheelmen's organizations ot Chi cago. An unique feature iB tbe con dition that no one shall be allowed to participate in tbe banquet who shall u:t previously have run in a lep-mile road race to be held this afternoon. Taere will be forty prizes, of n total value ot two dollars. Portland, Or., June 20. Toe first professional cycling meet to be, held in this cit7 was inaugurated today, promi nent soorcbers from San Franoisoo and j other coaat oities participating. Tbe ; list of prizes is most liberal, and hap templed several scores of lota! riders to desert the amateur racks inoiderto compete for some of the booty. The Markets. . New Vork, June 20. Silver (S:i4,!ead 2.90; Mexican dollars 54ifr,54.4. Price's Cream Baking Powder World's Fair Highest Award. Interesting Paragraphs. From Friday's Daily A marriage license was issued this afternoon by Probate Judge Crouse to John Catton and Cornelia M. Eiser. Mr. H. E. Robbies, a prominent Colo rado eduoaSor and Superintendent oi thesohools at Pueblo in that Stats, is payirg a visit to Phoenix. Superintendent of Pub ic Instruction T. E. Daltoo yesterday appointed Prof. H. Fulton and Rv. W. E. Vaughn as members ot tbe Trirrilorial Board of Examiners. Tbe best, cough cure is Shiiob'e Cure A neglected cough is dangerous. Stop it at once with Sbilob's Cure. For sale at Kestec'a Pharmacy. Governor Franklin yesterday ap pointed Hon. Frank Cox Judge Ad vocate General of tba Territory, B. M. Jacobs, of Tucson, Paymaster General with the rank of Colonel, acd H. F. Robinson Iosnector ot Sroail Arms Preetiou with the rank ot Major. Arizona Lodge jVo. 1 Daughters of B?bekah last evening elected the follow ing officers for the ensuing term: Mrs. P H. Coyle, X. G. : Mrs. W. T. Barr V. G ; Miss Nettie Carrier, Secretary Miss Wilson. F. S ; Miss Crumb, T. Mrs. T. M. Xolan, Trustee. Among tbe outgoing pBsaecgers on tbe nortbboucd train tbis morning were James Vanes and wife, Salt Lake City; Mrs E Libbey, Richmond, Vir ginia; Mrs M Allen and Mrs M Lott Lansing. Miobigac; Mrs. B M Wheeler. Albuquerque. Mrs. Wainsoott, who lived four miles northwest of tbe oity under the Grand Canal, died on Wednesday eight of dropsy, and was buried yesterdfty evec ing ia tbe oitv csrretery. The service were cooduotsd by R-v. Obum, of tb Christian cburob. Deceased was up ward3 of eighty years old, and leaves busband and two daughters, both mar ned, to mourn her loss. CATARRH CURED, health an sweet breath secured by Shiloh Catarrh R-medy. Prioe 50 cents Nnsal Ioj-ictor tree. Fcr sale e Keefer'e Pharmacy . The Good Templars are considering the feasioility cf purchasing a pian for the Lidge room, and have Rppoint ed Messrs. Bar, Lincoln and Fred Dy sart and Miss Matt.ie Anderson as ooromittea to examine the instruments Garden Valley Lodg6 numbers severe fine musici-ans in its membership, an with a piano in the hall oan alwsy furnish good musio for the entertain ment of tbe members. Dr. Hamblic, Superintendents cf tb Insane Asylum, has been requested to resign by Governor Franklio, presum ably to make a pliice for Dr. Hughes It is understood that Dr. Hamblin will refuse to resign and fibt the case i tbe courts, several hthdavits alleging misconduct against the doctor are re ported to be in possession of the Gov ernor, but it is a question whether tbey oan be substantiated. The dootor has certainly conduoted the Asylum in competent manner and to the great relief and benefit of She inmates. Consumption can be cured by the df of Sbilob's Cure. This great Cough Cure is tbe only known remedy for tba terrible disease. For sale at Keefer Pharmaoy. From Saturday's Daily. A marriage lioense was issued las evening by Probate Judge. Crouse to J. W. Hawks and Rebecca Turnbaw, of Mesa City. Mr, E A. Touvre was this afternoon appointed a member of the Live Stcck Sanitary Commission vioe J. Monihon resgned. County School Superintendent Crouse tbis morning appointed Mrs. Cora C. Kell as a trustee of the E.ist Buckey school district. Messrs. M. E. and E. AI. Pioney, of Chinook, Montaon, arrived this morn ing and will spend some time in the va'ley studying the possibilities with a view of locating. Are you made miserable by Indiges t;on. Constipation, D zz-nese, Loss of Appetite, Yellow SkiD? Sbilob's Vital ize :b a positive cure. For sale at Reefer's Pharmacy. Stcretary F. 1. Kendal, of tbe M. & P. road arrived this more log from San Francisco acd wiil spend several days here on business oonnected with tLe road. Mr. Kendal was ecnompanied by bis two sons. Toe Governor's office wna in receipt today of the bill passed by Congress ex tending the provisions of the Funding Act and legalizing all previous bond issups. Governor Franklin this ufternoon is sued a pardon to John Richardson sen tenced from Yavapai County to three years for pr.ssirg a bogu9 check. Tbe sentence would have beeu completed next Ocober. I was nervous, tired, irritable and cross. larl a plover tiict J ea bis made me well and happy Mrs. E B. Wordea. For sale at Keefei'a Phar macy. Tbe work of erfotiog ebeds nod build ings for tbe accommodalfon of tfaeir stock, by the Saginaw L-Jaiber Co., commenced t'013 morning under tbe supervision of Manager Hjlmes. Five carloads of lumber were re-ceivsd this morrjiog by that company. Mrs. 3. A. Dysart, wbo is spsndiug tbe summer in Missouri, is dangerously ill. The doctors have not been ab'e to determine the niture of her malady, but fear brain fsvsr or spinal m nan giti3. Mr. Dysart is on his way to th Grand Oanyoa and hii no5 bssn apprised of his wife's critical oondition. Her m-icy friends ia Phoenix will wi9h her a speedy recovery. . Mothers will find Chamberlain's Cough Rsmody espaoiiUly vi.'uabls for croup ond whoopicg oouttn. it w;l! .five prompt relief and ij Bifa and pleasant. We have sold it for several years and it h-is never filled to give tbe roost perfect satisfaction. G. VV. Richards, Duquesrrc, Pn. S 'Id by druggists. "My baby bad oroup acd was saved by Shiloh'a Core," writes Mre. J. B. Martin, of Hunteriile, Alrtbama. For gale at) Keefer'e Pharmacy, Cycling Topics. Srtven ot Tucson's best riders will be ere for the races, but only four or five of them will ride. Quite a cumber of cyoliDg enthusiastics will oome up to see tbem rida. The riders rrill come, up about the first, to get a few dsys traic- ng cn out trai:k. Tbe curves havt- been cut down Bed banks raised, and by the time of t!je ret f-s the wbola surface will be smooth arid lKrd. Some of tbe Pnoouix riders have re ceived a little eoare t tot number ot Tucson riders tbat ar billed 10 r.pt.eir nod are talking of stoppirg traitiicg. Lie people are tired of eeaiCif rsc; e that are given away, boys, and from this tiros co in Arizona prizes wii! be won by the best use, by fcood riding. and cot taken awoy by some rider be 0HU6B the others are afraid ot him. If you have any speed in you boye, get ou and rids. The prizt-s are worth an ef fort. Early in tbe tali work will be com meacr-d on tfje new third-mile track. Plans are cow being prepared for it, copied from the troet famous tbree-lap tracks iu tbe country. The National Circuit will probably end bere in tbe fall, and the eastern teams will spend the winter here, breaking records, eto. QUJBHN VIOXOttlA. Fify-Ninth tear of Her Reign Com pleted. London, June 20. Today marks the completion of tbe fifty ninth year of tbe reign of Q jeea Viotoria.- It had been the intention early in the year to celebrate tbe event by a great public damoastratioD, but owing to ber Ma jesty's failing health, and her expressed desire on tbe aui.-j-ot, 6bese plans were abandoned. Tbeprrjact of clebraiiL g tbe sixtieth anniversary is already le ing talked of, asd it is possible tbat t demonstration will ba held at tbat time whiob, wiil exesed io brilliaaoy the jubilee of 1SS7. GUAIEMAIy.VS iSUmOLIilON. A KevoJt Has Taken Place in Tbat Coumry. IviiW York, June i;0. Reports of a revolt in Guatemala have reached bere. Io ia noskaownhowex tensive or sericua tba rebeliioa ie, as no dataiis are Kivec . A Great Majo-itjEpf nil Chronic Headache Is caused y pys tr?n which cn be relieved by prope-ly fitting cIi-sbps. DR. Pit ATT, Optician Examination free of ot areo. 140 W. 'Wasliirg ton street. PHOENIX MARKETS. Current prices corrected daily by Plioenia Merchants. Whole Barley, per 100 pounds $ 85g0 Boiled Barley, per 100 pounds 9093 Grain Hay, baled, per ton 7 7-' Alfalfa, per ton 7 2? Alfalfa Heed CO Wheat, par l'lO ponnds IF Flour, per 100 pounds 2 5i Butter, per pound If 625 Cheeso, per pound .... ...... 18?2f Sngar, onbe, pfr 100 pounds 6 75(5:7 CO S'-'gar, grannlated, per 100 pounds 6 506 75 foffee. green, per pound 20?3C- Rice, per 100 pounds 5 756 25 Beans. Lady Washington, per 100 Iba. 2 503 Of. " Limas, per 100 pounds 4 004 50 " Pink, per 100 pounds 2 ?0 Ham. Kansas ity, per pound 1211 Baoon, per pound 13 Lard, leaf , per ponnd flVa! Dried Apples, per pound I Dried Peaches, per pound 10&1; Dried Apricots, per pound. l'V: liried Prunes, pe pound 1Ch2i Dried Grapes, per pound 4 Dried Raisins, per pound 10(S,i Honey, strained, per pound 4H CANNED 0001)8. Peaches, per can.... 2' Apples, per can 2' Pears, per can 20 Berries, per can 2! Tomatoes, per oan 15 Stiine Be-.ns. per can 15 Corn, per can 15 Je ly and Jam per oan 20 Kgs.pex doxen 15 STOCK. Beef on foot; per hundred 2 Hoce.live.per hundred 3 01 Sheep, dressed, per hundred 6 0- Turkeys.live. per pound 1 Chi cLens , per desen 3 MK4T3. Beef, Bound, per pound ' Si loin, per pound 10 Porcer ilouse, per pound 1; Pork, per pound If' Mutton, per pound 12H GBEIK FliCIT. Lemons, per dozen 2"g25 Oranges, per doan 2055 Apples- per pound.... Pears, per pound VJtaKTABLES. Onions, per pound t Pofatora.npr nound 2 Sweet Potatoes, i er ponnd Vr Cabbage perpound 5 Cauliflower 10 Celery Is Families are supplied -with radishes, beets, turnips, onions, peas, strmff beans and all mall veei-ables by vegetable wcons. ATA O !P is a LOCAL DISEASE and is the result of cofds and F PS'J-fqCCI-' It can be cured by a pleasant f HAY-FEVEb v) uuutii uiiintLiu uticittucs. r -rs. -c, -n remedy v.'hicli ip applied di- f;? recily into the nofrrilp. Be- l s - s,(&i" ' lief atonce. 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BURLSr-iGArslE'S ilubM htmt 'b LASCRATORY Sold & Silver Bulusn iV Z$?&$1 AUbm. 17SC Ti Uwtest T 5V VJ-;irSJ BLACKWELL'S TIT IF? HA frA - i s' ; tS., i If on will find one coupon Inside each two ounce bag, and two coupons in Bide eacS four ounce bng of Black well's Durham. Buy a bag of thia celebrated tobacco and read the coupon which gives a list of valuable pres ents and how to get them. LAWS XJW &d DOWNS, PBOPHIETOR8, MERCER PENNSYLVANIA. This harnefs when hitohed is the sarie as the ordinary harness. It can be hitched Jn le than ten ewonoa. It is im osssble f -r tu8 or held back straps to net under the home fee wHpn stand-UK -with harness on. It is perfectly safe, dnrabie, comfortable, and lnexpenBiy. When usod once, always used. An Old Friend. In a New Place. Groceries and Provisions. Fruits and Produce. Af 230 East Washington Street, Gardiner block, opp. Gregory House Produce and Get Bottom Prices- Canned ToTiafoe$ 10c I Canned Vegetables 3 Cans Fruit or Jelly, best quality. . 50' 32 lbs. Best fink Beans. o And Other Things Accordingly . Always "3To3r rlerxd.. PREPARATIONS FOR. The Of November 3J are already veil under way. A new President of the United States In to be elected, and the Hew ITork Weekly Tribune Will always be found in th thickest of the fight, bttline vigorous' j for sound busines priuoiDls. whion will brinir properit ro the nat on. The New York Weekly Tribune is at only the leiHirm K-ipublloan pare' of the conntry, but is pre-eminently a n itionnl family news-e pawr I s ramnii? news and diou"ions will interest evey Amriws citizen All the news of the d ly, foreign oorreoponde-loe. aarricultnral department, market repors. ehort stone-", oom olte in iH nu nr. mi:a oirures. fashion riates with elaborate descriptions and a variety of items of household interest, make up an ideal family paper- X SI"!OI IT. CDNTU VOX enables us to offer this splendid jonrnal and tha PMQEr.lX WEEKLY HERALD For One "Year For Only 2.50 CASH IJV Jabiorlptiott'i raw bejia at ny tima. Ailcass v? Yrito Tonr u vn nd n-lic-M oa ptl osrd, snd it to 90. W, Bast, roonx 'J Trib-. anvHifi'lia?. Xock Oity, aai a sample ood ot tho Njw Yric VV49ciy J ribiQ wili bo mailed t'o you. FOIC SAI E. Raacli 20 Acres. Near head of canal with small house. S3. 5D PER ACRE S 1 ,SOO Two good Tem pe town properties cheap, Rent for $25 per month. Fine Alfa'fa Ranch, 2 miles from R. R.. orchard, vineyard and never failing veil of good water, with Tempe Canal water. No grant's Commissions. Call on or address : W. A. BOLTON, Notary Public Teniae. Arizona. n ? Merchants' BAK TEMPE, ARIZONA. Oaiiltal ou.owu. -ST. Q. FRAN KEN BURG President NEILS PETERSON.... Vice President CWAS. -V. TAYLOR Cashier General Banking Business Transacted. COBKKSyOaCEiraS. Bank of Ne- York, N. B. A Saw l"or)s A. lo-Caiifornian Benk Sn Francisco National Kank of Caliornl . ..Lea Angeles, Ca! Consolidsted Satioaal Kask Tocson. Aril Vtdler Punk ;.. r.hoeT-.li. Am M5e, Eeio & Glcis Slap. Cl'KETOS & MfALIJilEBi ITopH. Connects xcith Ca.-a Grande stage for Mammoth, Benxon o nd Clohe. Caveats, ana 1 raue-.ii - - cnt business conducted for fVI ODER ATC FEES. OUR OFFICE IS OPPOSITE U . S. PRTEKTUr f ICE ,7 Can secure patent la less tune tuaa tiiose remote from WashiTietoru ... - Send model, dra-injr or photo., vith descrip tion. C aavise, II paieuiau.c ur v. charsre. llur ice not cue wi pncnt issctuicu. . e.u.Ui-T ' How to Obtain Patents, with Jcost of same in the U. S. and fcreiga countries Iscnt lree. A-idress, IC-A-SMOW&CO. Opp. Patent Office, Washington. D. C. hllRHMji Pa SEE? r.4 .. . ' 75." H.r.SE HITCHED UP i Ji.fr. 4 IS95. Bring Cash or 12c 91 oo ADVANCE. all orders to TBE H dtlUD, Phcalx. Axis KILROY'S New Palestine Advertl1ng and Rent Estate Exchanga Is Welt KnownTnroughout the United States and Canada, Room 313. Fleming Block, Phoenix, Arizona. Agent for "White rr.' -'Anchor" nel Cunrd steamship Linen, from tlnd to All Parts or Kuropfl and SOUTH AFKICA GULD F1EI.D3. "Be w!n-sto1av! ris mftlaosa to deter; next day th fa'ai praiint witl plood thus on tiu wiHdrtra is pasaeu oac oc iich. At Che ex pence of pgotiam, which In practical meafares is wont waived by practical persons, the New Palestine avency has pi need on the mrknt for our oicn people during the present rRpite, viz: the next ninety days 200 city lots 50x137 feet, within five minatea walk of title ooirfi hoa?e, every one a perfect em, and defy competition etthnr ia proximity to b as i nose center or prices, quality of soil cr perfect drainage. We emphasize every syllable ia tiie above nutci.ce(. Kach lot has a perfect growth of alfafla and provided with parfeotly gradad streets and avenues meg ice from 10 to ICO feet wid1, all located between Center Street and Seventh Avenue one might sr.y iu the heart of the city. On theHnetallment plan, range from $'j9 to 100 each, payable $10 mon'h'y. To the lnootmnio aud prndent wife and mthr it means a lovely home and the forever stop; in of exorbitant rents for poor accommodations in rooms and houses; to tuo yonuR man and lady araiag m:nry, with an ey in their htai, it muaao the ueuclos of a fortune. a& has been the case in dozens of otheroities ia the pact. To the ont aide merchant, oattlemsn and miner, one of the eafest investments pos-iinle, not only as a home but later on HutM thin either of hie preeent parsaits a hjudrad fold. To you eaatern friend with a hn -viced d'jttara iyiry idia it means a thou&an l. In short, at the present time, it ia 'An Ang-c-ls's Visit to the Wis A3 IT IS A STERX ADUOXISHMKXT TO THE CAKELKSS. That you have read thl over carefully, if at all intrsred 'in this phnnomonaliy wealthy city aad Territory, is presumed. Now, llow to S?cnr its $cneiits yer.d $100 to the T'lioenlx Nmionul Hnk this city with instructions that yoi want a warranty deed and abstr -fo titje for on or inorr the iovoly Iot. Xii bank w- I retQrn run tdpciinif. No risk; but by special diencn- ;-v.uti tt np.cles of a fortune thrown in yf-ur wiy.for ''hicb within oje yer you witl thank o i" sl'onoj. Tell your frieniis. elegirTg telepkoke tL- S 'I rt ontrirht, no Tt-nt, o royalty. Aitantd . Nwri in " .'-wto 'ii y. v 1 1 Int1 or loon m-. .Greateatoonr,. P. Harrison & Co.. Clerk 10, Columbus, a WANT J 111 J J 1 wr . ik tuiiat. srsop, htont and :!! Trmti M t er0?.r c mI in n resirtem- t tn.n a sle tonll ,hX U . Uim ot of or,.?r. 1,0 repairing l,.'