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TERRITORIAL Pima County: Work on the Bine Jay mine con tinues with good results. Drifting is being puehcd on tbe 330-foot level and good ore Is being t xtraofed. Toe Inet shipment gave (rsotion over 200 ouocee in ei!vr, $80 in gold and SO pew oent. lead. General Manager M. T. Batter9eld s much pleseed with tbe' oatlook. Star. Messrs. Clark nod Hoyt, of Los Angeles, have recently taken a bond on a group of mining olaims in tbe Pa arc i district of Cochise county, own ed by Gerret, Sydcw end Tomlineon. Tbe consideration named is 930,000. Clark and Hoyt have bad for some time a working bond on an adjoining prop erty which, after development bap, proved bo promising as to induce them to seoure tbeee additional properties. Star. A. H.Wien, of Ooobiee county, was (a the oity yesterday tor the pnrpoee of oloeicg the deal by bitn6elf and co- owners of the Blue Bell group (four olaimt) of copper olaims in tbe Cochise mining district of tbe Dregoon range neat the old Peabody mine, bonding tbe property to Phillip Bsulz, of Pblla delphla. The terms of the bond require a liberal quantity of development work, and the final consideration nmed IB 820,000. Tucson Star. Royal A. Johnson returned yesterday morning from hie California trip with a whole loS of ti?"! stories, but General Johnson don't claim much prowess for himself as a fishermnr., but for his oom nunion on the trln. George Sohofiald, who, according to tt.a General's esti mate, could discount Iaaao Walton him self, were be yet alive. Star. Judge Davis yesterday informed the man from tb.3 Star that tbe past month November, was. at bis former Ohio home, a very damp timp, it having rained 22 days out of the possible 30, and tbe rains were comparatively steady, besides they were oold, dis agreeable, uncomfortable rains. He Is very glad to bave gotten bsofe into the more genial dime of Arizona. Mrs. Davis and the Ohio ladUs accompany ing ber here are greatly pleased with the prospects of spending the winter in Tucson. Star. Diptbeila of a maligmt type has been reported to tee ooonty authori ties as bating msde its appearance in Arivaoa and vicinity. A special meet ing of the Board of Supervisors was called veeterdev to take immediate steps to prevent a spreading of tbe dis ease. Members Sohumsker and Sam- anlego were present- After possessing themselves of all tbe information ob ts' liable concerning tbe positive exist enoe at Arivaoa of tbe disease, a quaran tine of that district w a ordeied and Dr. P. B. Purcsll appointed agent In charge, with Instructions to report in full to the county health offioeriiere. Tbe deputy sheriffs ol that distriot were also instrnoted to aid in etsiotly enforolng the quarantine. Star. The Papsgo Indians at the San Xav- ier reservation are maktcg prepara tions for a grand feast and pow-wow to occur on Thursday and Friday cf this week. The occasion is the anniversary or patron saint's day of the San Xavier mission, San Franclsoo. A great many people from Tucson ere contemplating a visit to the mission on Thursday even ing. Star. The Phoenix Hekald has moved its quarters from the seoond story of build ing to larger ana more oommodions quarters on the ground floor. The paper has just received a Mergenthaler linotype machine for its composition de partment, also. Ariaona has no better or more reliable newspaper that the Herald, and it is a pleasure to note its prosperity. Citizen. General J. B. Allen, owing to increas ing age and infirmities has been obliged to dispose of tbe business interests at Sobnlta. He is now about eighty years of age, and is as he truly says, entitled to rest and quiet in his old ege. For nearly forty years he has been on the western frontier and has ehared tbe v 3 oiesltades and dangers that are common to the lives of tbose who rough hew the road for civilization. Tucson Citizen. Judge Geo. R. Davis, wife and child, Mrs. Joba Hayes, Columbus, O , Miss Josie Bswers, of .Lima, O., and Mrs. O. D. Hoover, arrived in tbe oity lest nigbt. They were accompanied by Mr. Hoover who went 89 far as Darning, N. M., yesterday morning to meet them. Judge Davis and family and Mr. and Mrs. Hoover, will reside hereafter at the Edwards residence on the south side of the Military plaar, which hta been thoroughly overhauled and remodelled especially for them. Tucson Citizen . Apache County: Captain John T. Home end Pedro Montano.who have just returned from a trip to the Black Biver county, on the eastern slope of the White Mountains, bring word that a band of Apaohes has been off tt j reservation and committing outrages in tbe ceighioihood of Slaoghter's ranch, on Black river. Tbey say that a oouple of cow mm, who were riding the range, came across the band, and that the Indices were driving a lot of sheep, numberirg probably three hundred bead. When the boys cam insight tneludieDs made bo6ti;e de monstrations es though expecting ngnr, ana when tf-ked ito Wfs tfc owner or the sheep, one o! tbm retort ea, mine! ibey s:so had in their possession tbe carcasses of thirty deer, oonsisting of bucks, does and fawns. The oowooys brought the word to tb ran oh of George A. Cotklin, an exten Bive sneep owner in tbe neighborhood J t nuu ne bb once sent two men to lesrn whose sheep had been sto'en, bet when Messrs. Uogoe and Mootano ltt had not yet returned. On last Thursday, a pary consisting of D:onicio Durar kjiTMwrrmnstoa Jesus .Feralta, of this plaoe, wbo have ebeop in the neighborhood, went to the White Mcur- laina to gain further particulars. St. John's Herald. Cochise Conntj: A . m """ yawty or. prospectors wnt over tbe N. M. & A. yesterday for tbe Xoqai gold fields. Small parties sjem to be going to the alleged scene of thr excitement nearly every &9j.Vroxpec-lot. Frank Fiannigan returned from Pearcethis morning. He states that building is continuing and, a better feeling among tbe cil zena and busi oess men of that burg now exists than ever before. Prospector. The report tbat another postmaster has been appointed for the Tombstone effioe is an nafounded rumor. Tele graphic information received from Washington states tbat no such aotion has been taken. The farm of the pres ent inoumbent does not expire till Juce next. Prosvector . AUx. Smith c?mo in todey from Pearre. He states tbat the work on the drift of tbe Six Mile-Hill property to tap tbe rich schute of ore dieoovered on the surface is be'cg pushed ahead with vigor. It is expeoted the body of ore will be found within this week. Prospector. some more exoeuent copper ere was exhiSited today by G. W. Swain from nis mine in ine uragoons. This prop erty is developing into a rich mice. At a depth of 72 ftat the ore maintains its value and uniformity. The progress and gratifying results of this property is doing much f werds demonstrating tne raci toai large bodies of rich ore exists in the Drsgoons and will tend to inoite prospectors to give this range more attention. Prospector. Last evening quite a fire was noticed at tbe Old Guard mine, tbe flsoee con suming tbe entire building where tbe assay office was located. Some assay iog was done just prior to the ootflijfra tion and it is presumed a hot coal from the furnace was the direct cause. Tbe scales and much of tbe fixtures of the offioe were saved by Mr. Gee, and although the loss will foot up ooceidera ble, the most of tbe demise wis the building,which was burnt to the ground The other buildings were saved end it was fortunate no wind was blowing, otherwise considerable damage might have resulted. Prospector. The following from tbe Two Re publics, of Mexioo, ib said of a former oitizen cf our county, wbo is well known here: "Mr. H. T. Richards, of SoEora, is at Iturbide, and oompleting his arrangements for the construction of a large irrigating reservoir near Hermoeille. It is intended to st least water 100,000 sores of land. The pro ject is being oarried out on a large scale and will be another one of those sub stantial enteiprie s which American ospital ia contributing to Mexioo. Speaking cf tbe Yequi gold fields, Mr. Richards says the gold is there, but in most instances it will require large capital to develop it." Prospector. Tbe mysterious disappears oc-cf Go. A. Gibson on Friday laefe from Ft. Huacbuoa end the fact tbnt be bt.3 not been beard of sinoe, has Caused con siderable anxiety among his friends and acquaintances. George, who wis famiV iarly known ss "Whispering George" has been orrying mail for Sime Gallen between Huaohuoa Siding and the mill tary post. On Friday he delivered the mail as usual to Postmcster Werdwell He was seen about the post until even ing and then suddenly dropped out of sight. Inquiry and search was Inetitut ed without avail and nothing has been heard of him sinoe. In was reported that he was teen tbe next morning at the Lerrieu ranch on tbe river, but he did not tarry there and nothing in his de meanor excited any saepioioc. Pros pector. ISO news dbs been received today re garding the Biack Jack band. It is understood that tbe governor of Sonora refuses to deliver the prisoners without proper papers, which will consume con siderable time. Should tbe band prove to be the real Blaok Jack bandits they will be tried In this county first on tbe charge of killing Robinson, the brave officer who met his death at their hands. Several charges of robbery that oooucred in tbis oounty would also be produced . Prospector. Antonio Apaohe, probably the best educated aborigine ever produced by tbe Territory, is visiting Arizona at present after en absence of many yeate in tbe east, spent in learning of his pale- faced brothers. He is a full- blooded Ubirlcahua, grandson of tbe once great chief after whom the oounty of Cochise wes named, and was captured when a child by General Howard, in the Chiri oahna mountains. He escaped from Fortress Monroe, Virginia, where he was te ken after bis capture, and went to New York Oity, wbeid his lntelll genca attraoted tbe attention of educa tors, end Antoaio was taken in hand and developed into a useful agent of the government in the securing of eth nological specimens from the tribes of the southwest, on a quest of which character he is at present in Arizona. Prospector. Yavapai County. J. I Boleman, wbo has been engaged in mining near Payson for some time, bought an interest recently in the Christmas Gift and Good Lack mines, on tbe Salt river, about two miles be low the mouth r? Tonio, aid's now tearing bis mill down to move to these mines. He expects to have tbe mill running in ebout two weeks. The Christ jibs Gft miae shows b.'t feet end eha'fof ore ttat w.'l) mlii fnm S15 to 820 per ton. They tlso have a streak of ore on the same mineral zot th't will mill 8500 per t ja. lavlat:? mloe is about two miles f torn tbe Christmas Gift. Journal-Miner. A ooal car attaohed to the north U .1 : a i uuuuu utuiu juiuppu ion iracR near Beardsley Station last right, delaying tb train for several hours. No one was injured and no serious damage done. Journal-Miner. Walter Hale, wbo has resided in Pres cott and Phosnix for several years, died at the oounty hospital yesterday, after a protracted illness. He was 43 years old Bnd wbb a native of S. Leu la. Journal-Miner. Chae. H. Hayden, wbo la developing h mining property 88 Stanton, wss id Presoott yesterday. He wss acoompa nied by his euperintecdecf. Andrew Peterson. Journal Miner. Wm. Partridge, one cf the o!d time resiaeDte or Wfanton, is in towr. Mr . I Partridge lives in a atona cab n i, tt I in., NEWS. bove plaoe, which be ereoted in 1861. He has some veiy fine mioing proper ties there, which bss been developing years Journal-Miner. Thomas M?Iver, a weaHby resident of Philadelphia, Pennsylvani , came in on last evening's train for a brief visit to this section. He aooompanied Jules Baomar n t jdsy out to tbe 8w; i Girl mining osmp. Journal-Miner. Deputy Sheriff Pete Boscba brought a man named Springer up from Cjh grees yesterday to answer to a charge ofmrkinga gun play. He says tbat a quarrel arose over a game of cards, when thedefendint i jse, drsw a gun Bnd fired two shots. Journal-Miner. Mrs. Alexander, one of the pioneer ladies of Yavepai coraty, is a recnt ai- rival fi ;m Phr3ixnd is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Clougb. Prescott Courier. The Presoott mr-ket is kept fairly well supplied with a superior grade of aDDles raised in this county. In a few years, lavapairrmi men will oesnip- Dicar sdd'.68 to unteide markets in con siderable quantity. Prescott Courier Some times last nigbt burglars en tered A Blumberg's store through 8 window by prying the s'outf r apart. An investigation this morning revealed the loss of several pairs of ladies' and gent' gloves, silk handkerchiefs and other notions. The loss being nominal it is evident that the bnrglars weie frightened away in some manner before making a wholesale job of it. Jour' nal -Miner. Irvine Sanders, the well known freighter, met with a very serious acci dent yesterday about tnree miles bodid of Presoott. Mr. Sanders lamped off nis wnuon. while it was in motion, to fix the brake and well under the wheel which passed over bis leer breaking it in two places. Journal-Miner. AT GOLDFIELD. What is Going on in a Great Camp. That Once Items of Personal News Interest. of General Goldfield, Nov. 29, 1897. A mining oamp oamp la the right word, for no one ever metis to make a permanent borne here, the buildings are all temporary structures, while many paop 3 lives here in tents, and as one by one tbe inhabitants go away, so eaoh day there is one tent or oabin lees in the village, and soon there will be little trace of the ones lively little town of Gol3fleld. Yet if the mine starts up again a new town will spring up, like a mushroom, in a night. Johnny Ssirlse, of the Searles camp, went to Pnocix to spend Thanksgiving and returned Saturday. Jimmy Searles, who is largely inter ested in mining here, is now in New York on business, but is expected to re turn scon end oommenci iu the Searles oamp. So some of the Goldfield men are awaiting his rjtnEn, ftslirg eutaof work as soon as he comes. W. C. Trueman, the" Pima oounty Sheriff, paid Goldfield a visit this week only to look after his mining olaims here. There was no assembling of the peo pie of Galdfield to offer thanks to the Giver of all good, but Thanksgiving was pretty generally celebrated with turkey dinner. Mr. Ljfjr and M-"sa Agce3 Dobbie came up from Mesa to enjoy ThaDfea giving at tbe home of Miss Debbie's parents at Searles oamp. A few other friends ware present. A good dinner was served and highly enjoyed by all. Mrs. Jed Peterson went to Mesa to e9t Thanksgiving turkey with ber parents and returned Saturday. Charlie H&U went to Mesa Friday to have his eyes tiectad, the treuble prcb ably being a sliver in hie eye. Oa Sunday, OolHn's Morse took the young ladies of Goldfield up to Jack Smith's oamp, which is about five miles north of Goldfield . Mr. Smith received the ladies with the free hospitality characteristic of the miner, filled ad mirably the many offices of host, enter tainer, cook, etc, served a sumptuous noontide repast in the miner's style. which the girls folly enjoyed, after a tramp over the bills visiting tbe mines Mr. Smith thinks he has a pretty good property, but capital is going to Klon dyke end so Jack bis the Klondyks fever, and says that Boon the hills and tunnels of Goldfield will know him no more. Charlie Hall and bis father have just returned to oamp, and Charlie says his eye la s!l right. C.NCLAIMEU LKIIEKS Liatter Uncalled for Bemaininc Iu tae Font Office at Pboenix, A. 1. for the week ending Nov. 30, 1807. Allen, Robert, Barnes, L B Bridgeman, Mis M Archambesn, J L Bartiett, E K Burnett, Tbos Cosies, How; r J D,y, J O Dunlap, O Glanet, J W nal!, C C Hsrlowe. J M Calkins, Mrs June Gushing, W H Daolittle.Ciare Ensign, Johnia Goodwin, Me Hamilton, Eagene Henuell, Mrs Louisa Hick&y, U P Haugh, T H Holmes, Mr. A-vin Meginnis Mo Murphy, Elia Rogers Mrs M S Simmons, Mios li Smith, Ida Smith, Ot&ude St-vG?( (Jhtja Wnson. Cii-a W Martin, Mrs W P Mills, John RemberS, JfiGE Sanders, W L Simmons, Mrs E A Smith, P-ank Spaui, Mrs J B Taylor, Mrs J T Ohtmb?ra, Mrs O Cook, Mrs W T ChambariHiL.', C D Codrici. W H CASTAS Bc.PAWOLV8, Jeans Arbizo Iriaaoet Aed Frano- jcj Aogn!o GaadHlupe A. Ba- ysabeiBDaMirendaOarir,.. e,-,; Doloras Gseu T.nr.a n.;u MiMuai r-riBO air.na V tKi Manaela R DeSsy- Oarlato Soto S 08 t, t.,- ''Bien Valenzuela i-'aum. r as Valencia Oa.I ror,"6dvsrtfEed letters. W. E Thomas, P. M. Cascnrets stimulate liver, kidneys and howala mw.. . .,. s . ,p. Should be in every family medicine chest and every traveller's frrip. They are In valuable when the stomach is out of order: cure headache. biliousness, and all livr troubles. Mild and edcient. Tempe Depaiiment. From Wds.a3ay'8 I" - -. Denver Holmesly is reported sick. Mr. Johnatban Waiaer h-s ratarned from California and will spend tbe winter here. Wolf Saohs will make a six-oar ship ment of cattle tomorrow cght. Mr. Saohs hsa some large oattle oootraots to fill during tbe winter. Watson Pickrell, Bud Cummings, Ben Goldman, G. P. Pitkin, E i Sars and J. B. Mullen are spending tbe most of their time in Phoenix thtEe days doing jary duty. Mondsy nigh' Mr. S D. Loont gave the Normal student 9 a rare treat. Ue brought up from Pboenix bis telescope, mounted it on tbeiNormal CBnpus and gBve the etcdecte, to tbe number of about 100, a fine view of tbe moon, several 'double stars, star clusters and nebulae. He was accompanied by Mr. Jas. H. McClintock, Secretary cf the Normal Board, wbo takes greet interest in tbe progress of the school. A delightful party was given on Mon day night et jtfce ri sidecce of Mir. and Mrs. Kingsbury, in honor of Mies Eita Gilbreath, of Fort Whipple. Cards Bnd refreshments were the oid6r of lhe evening. Following is a list of the guests present: Mies E'ta Gilbre&tb, the guest of honor, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. N. Gage, Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Hill, Dr. and Mrs. Soroggs, Mr. and Mrs. D. R Brigbam, Mr. Bnd Mrs. Walter S Johnston, Mr. and MrB. H. Z. Zuck, Mr. and Mrs. Cart W. Miller: Mrs. M. West ; Misses Laura Sharps, Martha and Louie Gsge, Nona and Kbtberinp Kingsbury;! Meesi?. John H'cks and BiD.Goldmsn. A speolal stcok train of nine cars will be shipped today. Mr. Hanne, the blacksmltb, has been quite ill for a few days. Mr. J. H. Johnson, a KonsBs City cattle buyer, is in Tempe looking for business. Robert Kiohards has scoured apcsi tion as rural mail carrier in Tempe District No. 2, formerly bold by Wal lace Morse. The oity assessment roll is oompleted and in the hands of tbe Council, which will sit es a Board of Equalization on December lG:b. T. J. Parry, wbo has been helping to enforce a proper respect for the law of the lend, as a juror is again bt his forge with his sleeves rolled up. Another cre&meiy plant for tbe south side is under way, contracts for the necessary buildings having been let. It will be located about two miles east of Tempe on b piece of property recently purohseed from Albert Miller. James Gilliland ia greatly improved Bnd his complete recovery is confidtntly exaotad. Work of cleaning up the Odd Fellows lot has b?guni preparatory to the erec tion of their new building, which is to bs a two-story structure with Etare room below. Tempe L3dg9 JNo. 0, H. U. v. on Wednesday night elected the following officers to eerve during the coming tsrm: John Knight, pest oocbcI; J F Hendrix, sansul commander; J T M; ire, advisor lieutenant; RG Andre, banker; Glee Rogers, esoor ; O P Borrowdale, o'erfe; G H Moore, watchman; G W Wilson, sentry ; RR Root, manager. Mr. J. H. Armear died last nigbt at the SisEere't Hospital in Phoenix at 11 o'clock. Ha wes a member of Tempe Camp No 6, Woodmen of tbe World. Ualessooange in arrangements not cow made he will be buried by Order in tbe Pboenix cemetery on tomorrow (Satur day), at about 3 o'olook in the after noon. zi i. u. m. u xor a we l known mer chant of Pie-sant Edge, Fulton Co. Pa., has a little girl who is frequently threatened wita croup, but when the nrsi symptoms oppear, bis wile gives her Chamberlain's Cough Remedy,wbioh always affords prompt relief. The 25 and CO cent eizes for sale by all drug giets. oaver ssar KsOeKah Lioago held a regalar meeting lest night at which two candidates, the Misses Coa and R oh ards, were initiated. There ere eererel applications for membership and the Lodge seems to have a pleasing future, The fo. lowing officers were elected to serve during the ensuing term: Mr, Albert Miller, N G; Mrs J H Harris, V G; Miss Betty Saars, see; Miss Moore, trea?. After the regular baainess cbooalte end sandwiches were eeived aud a social hour was most happiiy spent. General Debility and Loss of Flesh Scott's Emulsion lias been the standard remedy for nearly a quarter of a century. Physicians readily admit that they obtain re- suits Irom it that thev cannot tret from any other flesh-forming; food. xnere are many other prepara tions on the market that pretend to do what ViUSJStON Joes, but thev fail The made into a delightful cream, skill wl!y blended with the Hypophos phites of Lime and Soda, which tv are such valuable tonics. S'Jf makes this BsMt!nn n waiting ienaencyf ana the patient almost immediate ly commences to put on flesh and gain a strength which surprises them. P vire vou ect SCOTT'S Emulsion. See that the "f ai;J4j5h are on the wrapper. . Sot- and $'-oo. all draggiru. V & BOWNE, Chemists, Iw Yorfc K Interesting Paragraphs. Fx;m We Jnesd f'a D !y. EU6worth Romer end wife, cf Strn ton, this Territory, are in the city and are guests at tbe Ford hotel. A psrty of Kentucky people will ar rive at Hot Springs Junction tonight. Tbey are going to Ctstla Creek hot springs to remain a few weeks. A licsnae to wed was issued toJy to Alfred Crabb and Miss Anna McBride. The wedding will take place tomorrow nigbt at tbe residence of the bride'e parents. Wolirtce Danoan, the young man wbo forced Dr. Purman's neme on two checks, wra iodiot9d by the grand jury. He is still in ouetody, not be;cg able to furnish bondB. County School Superintendent Grouse has completed his report of the school census for the superintendent of publio instruction. There has been a heavy arain in tbe percentage of eobolaia over 189l. Toos. Holland, the former owner of the C.istle Cre:k hot springs, arrived in the city this moi aing. 'Uricle" Tom, as he is familiarly know c, cannot tear himself away from bis old stamping grounds. Deputy Sheriff Henry Gaorge return ed from Congress this morning having in custody Joee Meria Morina, charged with burgleiy. He also summoned several witnesses at Congress to appear in criminal oases. General J F. Wilson returned this morning from Globe whsre he waa BS60- oi&ted with other l?gal talent in tbe de fense of Ben Crawford for the murder of Bianobi. Crawford wss found guilty by a jary, of manslaughter. Mountain lions are reported sa being too numerous in tbe Tonto Basin coun try for the' oomfort of stockmen, who have lost a great many head of oattle and horses thereby. A cowboy named Collies is said to have killed three lions last week. The grand jury returned a report last night, but contrary to expectations did not a3k to be discharged. Foreman Christy stated tbatjthe jury had farther work to oorre before that body and asked that the juiy be sllowed to ad journ until next Tat ?day morning. Jadge Street saw no legal obj totlons and it was so ordered. Mayor Adams returned yesterday from a trio to Loa Angeles where he employed additional help for b's hoi jl Mr. Adams now has sixty-hve persons on bis pay roll, and says bis house is al most tided with guests. He says there is a much larger number of visitors in tbe oity at the present time then there were st th?"s time lest year. Kidman Toohey returned lest night from the Harqua Bu'a district where he 6et a force of egbt men io work devel onicor micioe iDronerty ownd by him cstwf-rtn Harqua Ht a 6nd Hsrrisburg Mr. Toohey says that considerable de veloDment work is beiDg done in that B9ction and that rioh ore bodies are be lag uncovered. Tbis 6ftsrnoon Territorial Seo retary O. H. Akers BDd wife celebrated the sixth anniversary of their wedding They had as guests of honor to a dinne party on tbe ocoasion J. J. Wrsgovieh aud wife, of Prescott, who were also wadded on thisTday six years ago. It was therefore a double anniversary Osher juteta Di.tiii wera Gi. M Sargent, ! i'ufh'-.-.'d Bid Harry Tritie Gecz LeaGder, cne of the burglars oaugbt in Los Angalesfor the robbery of the Lsonon ja-eh store at Presoot t was arrested io tbis city s few months i20 for stealing a watch- He was sen oeuoed to the ooonty j v.l for six months. out he only served about a month. He was a confirmed morphine fiend and he suffered so much by baiag deprived of the dua that be was removed to tbe oounty hospital. Hi made his esoape while bemg transferred. Miss LdIu Warren, the accomplished danahter of Mr. and Mrs. M. V. War ren sod Rilph B. Qainn, son of A. V Oainn. will be united in msrnage to morrow night, at the residence of tb bride's parents, four miles north west cf PfioRnix. Both are among the beet known and mo6t popular young people In the valley. Ou account of he reoent death of tbe sister of Mr. Quinu, the wedding will be V6ry qaiet, only tbe relatives of tbe contractirg parties be ing present. J. H. Ba ler. conductor of tbe Mart oopa and. Phoenix road.who was indicted by the Grand Jury for the shooting of Viron Mitchell at Tempe sevural weeks ago entered a plea of guilt)' today in tbe distriot court. He msde tbe statement bat he did not see young Mitchell when he fired tbe shot. He waa watch ing the man Grimes, who was p.ttempt icg to board tbe train. He shot Bt no body, bat fired tbe pistol at the ground. Just es be pulled tbe trigger yoong Mitchell ran from behind tbe ware house j-ist in time to be etruok by the bullet. Under the circumstances J odfte Street flaed Mr. Batler the sum of $50 and be wss allowed to depart. FromThursdj's Daily. Eleven oira of cattle were shipped by epsoirti train over the Southern Poc no this moraicg to L ;s Aagnles by W . K. Pstiersou. Phoenix had a touch uf winter last nigbt. I' rainf-u heavily for a ehort time, and t-howefed t iLtervfils duiirg the nigbt Hood's Srsparil! i I prpred by x- perienoed pbarmsois s wbo know pro oisely tle rrstore and q iality cf aii in gredients U3 -i. Wa!? il"":. ine frnii; ahiuper, will tomorrow mfihe she ti st e iipmsct of oranges from the valley to Chiostro. The ore-.-ge yif.'d tbin yaar wili be very heavy. Supe-intendent Lmmon, of tte Indio sohool ut G -Bod Jurctior, Colo rsdo, ia hpre oa a visit o Saperiatec dect McC'owen of the Indi-.a eohool north cf ibis oity. This is Mr Lem moa's vii t Pooeoi end he thicks it ho idal p'-.ce J. W. Grnhem, onDfgtir 'or the Wal ter BQuett end the Loan and Trust Conopiiny's orterae orchard, waa in this oil tcdav with a losd cf orsceeeto sup ply thn city trtsde. Mr. Graham bae btao mHne.,(er of the orchard for six years and undsr his eha'-sre has been naftdrt a v-ry produo'iva hnd yilu-ible prot9rty. The report that hti bisn circulated through the medium of a Phoenix paper that tbe Congress Company contemplat ed the clci'cg dew a of the cyanide plant is without foundation. President E. B. G j says that the plstjt is giving excellent eat'sfi-jtion and the returns are all tbat couid be desiidd. A party from Philadelphia arrived at Hot Springs Jticotion ltaa night en rou:s for the Ci sf.le Creek Springs Tbe party consists of D. 8 Newball, assisted secretary of the Pennsylvania railroad, Dr. Garhard and F. W. Morris The lattir is f-itber of F. W. Morris, Jr , seoretary of the Castle Creek Hut Springs Improvement Company. A party of prcspeotors arrived in the city today with samples cf gold ore tbat will run into tbe hundreds of dollars Tbey would not state from whence the or6 came, but esy tbey have discovered property that will make them rich men They say the find will exceed the K eg of Arizona in richness, and that the ore tbey brought in is from the surface cf tbe lode. Al Kai, the Indir-n who wes indicted by the grand jury for horse steblicg wes today sentenced to the two years ia tbe penitentiary. He bad alrebdy eerved one trm in prison, but be eaid he did not know for what reason nor could be be made to understand why be was be ing sent btck to prison. With him horse stelirg was t legitimate pursuit and why be should be punished for it wts beyond his ken. Irom FiHay'K DilT. When bilious or coesive eat a Cus caret, candy catbart:c, curs gubraatstd 25 ct.,10 c3. Sheriff O.-me today appointed RLohaid A Iiibcrte of Wiokenbarg e deputy BheriSf. to look after the peace aud wel fare of that community. Artic'es of incjri jruticn of the Phoe nix lirowoetone L jmpany were m with the Ecorder todoy. J. P. Bui lard, James Burscn end C. Campbell 8re the incorpora-oir. Tfce capital stack Is placed at S20.C00. W. P. MoCormiok and wife arrived at the Ford today from their home at the Idaho Springs. Mr. McCormick is a well known mining man of that sec tion. He was accompanied also by H. B. Stephens cf. the same plaoe. The ft Jtbail team of the Southern California University will donbtlefs play a game here with the Pho6uix on Christmas or New Years. In tbe meantime the looal team is practicing constantly for the oiming game with tbe Indian team. The Atchison Paoitio railroad com pany surveyors have just oompleted a earvey for a csaal to be taken from the Colorado river, a short distance from Fort Mohave. Tbe canal will reolaim about ten thousand sorts of land. Las Vegas Optic. Qaiooy Ad3ins, wife and son, will ar rive here in a f 9 w days from Warres, Ohio. They were here two years ago. and since that time have travelled ex tensively, but found no place that suited as well as Phcenix, hence tbey will return here to spend the wintsr. T7. 8. Shernaon of Gila Bend arrived today and will remain until Monday He is here for the purpose of securing letters of administration on the estate of Mr. John Pratt, the druggist who was murdered at Gila Band two months ago. Dnri Gocdin is now boe ly enkj; ;?d in tisiag tfce rce track. The work almost completed and the tree k will in excellent condition for the holiday races. Several blooded horses from Cilifornia wi.'! bs eotarvd .'.nd th meet prom r-3 to be tfcs bs ever hid in the valley. Afijr heiring sotos friends cootmu ally pj-a;sir.? Ciamberloin's Clic, Otu sr fui'i D I'rlir R medy, Curtis Fiec. of A r.abit;, C-l f irom, purobf 9- ed a hot'li i t it f .r his on use and now h r.tbus'fcet-c cvoE its wocdttfnl work as aeyop o-.a bo Th 25 and 50 cent sizes for sale by all druggists. Tomorrow the Illinois Society will hold a basket picnic aft Phoenix Park A good time is anticipated and a lunch will be had at ;i:30 . o'clock. The pro gram will oonsist of songs, musio and addresses by. prominent members of the organization. The society Is purely a social organization composed of former resident!! of IMinoie, and meets once a year. There ere aoous tnree nunarea people living in the valley wbo formerly belonged to that state and nearly ail of them are members of the sooiety. Don't be pereocded into buying lini merit? without lepntatiort or rrerit Chamberlain's Pale Balm ccsls no more and its merits have been proven by a test of many years. Such letters ss the followirg, frcm L. G. Bagley, Huene me, Cel., are constantly being re caived: "The beet remedy for pa'n I have ever ostd is Chamberlain a Pain Balm, and I ssy so cf'.er having used it in my ft u ly for fweral years." Is cures rheumatism, iBtne bsr.k, sprairs find swIlirgs. For sale by all drtg gists. The funeral of A. G. Rudfl, took plaoe tbis hfternoon from the Presby terlsn ohuroh and waa conducted ut- der the direction of t,he John W Owen past, G. A. R. Li's yesterday a'ter i m r. noon a (elegram wm reo?ivea rroni t. Grant liicd'M, son of dfc-&ed row in Masnachuaotte, elating that be would not be auiJ to re'uen imireaiateiy . Mrs P. S. Ligu -f P vscott. diubier of dtce6 ed ! -) Biso ur-nWe to be pre sent bat ber husbed csroe duwn last night to attend tbe funeral. r,.?e? Itching-, ecs'y, "t. lecdir.s: p;il.n5, sbapeK-ps nails, and painful tinker 3jpl"S, blackhtada, oily, nitby Uin,tiry, thin, and f:vllin? hair, ilch inar, seal y scaipo, al yield ot:icki to vrann batLi with Cuticcra. bo?, ixiid Kvrnle au iiitinga with CuncDRA (olutuicat;, tiic great skin cure. I throneb.oDt wnrM. Tott Itca AlfD CHCU- Cortf.. ynjie i'riii.... H-t' - , . Bt" " How to ftodu?! f. -'-ite IlaTul.' !;oe. ITCHINQ HUMORS AN INC&EAf See-Saw Quality Gobs Up 0 PO0 1 ,J3Lmx if -5 f PLUG TOBACCO (CHAMPAGNE FLAVOR) outweighs in public favor all other tobaccos. Under no other label "i? u findPso big a piece of really good tobacco as -P.per J? Heidsieck. Don t put up witn For move than fifty-six years it has never failed in ita weekly visits to the homes of farmers and villagers through out the It Has improvement of their business and home interests, for educa tion, the elevation of American manhood and true womanhood- told the fireside interesting and instructive stories of the do inc of the world, the nation and the states. It Has It Has aavisea uie tanner n tu iuc uiuoiumwvwv. vatin and harvesting his crops, and the proper time to con vert them into the largest possible amount of money. It Has led in all matters pertaining to the welfare of farmers and villagers, and for over half a cautury has held their confidence and esteem. It is the X. V., Weekly Ti iWii. , and we fnrnib it wiih the WEEKLY HERALD 0nt Year for $2.3!). rash in Advance. Address allorderstoTHK HKRiUl), 3-hopni.t, Arizona. icgnr-Writei-'Jir asm- .jd il lw ia n y j Ssw York i"Hy, ni a eainplp ever of the N'-tt We have somilking to say .... TO THE FARMER! . . . . As well to to those who I tw in town WE V7 ANrlf "FOUR TRADE I iti'i will ytiaranUe to make it an. t bject if you v ill call and see our stock of Groceries and Staple Dry Goods. J four irict tSTi'f ri )kt don't TOUHS FOR 0 2i3 ant 220 nprnt MONEY SAVERS : I Costs to run One Cent per m Horse Power per Hour. No g Cool oi Wood and very little S A tH S E8 water required. B AftS: iffw Tms9-- bP&&'?k I T..i3 cut rt prosents our 10. 15. 20. B0, 40, 50 H. P. Geared Huist. V'e "so build Sinsrle sn3 Double Drum Hoistinsr Engines, both Geared or flctioaTand fumish Wire Rope, Ore Buckets, Cars, Shiycs,ctc, making c omplete CUM'.? W'ebei" hooters ana tngmes use Th.-v csu be used L'ndererounJ err nee :n tne operaiing ui -wcvci. ory Fnine sold on an Absc'ute . -';.-h concerns as K. ... Coi.oOiUatca imeuir.g c ivc.iu.ns v-w., iUUU. infHirsr Co., CupKenheims, etc r trices and rariiculars, vriU us, u;S. "Stationar Koistins" WEBER GAS AKO GASOLINE ENGINE 00, KANSAS CiTY, MO. and Price Comes Down. .an luicnui BORN September IS, 1841. United States. tlimr nrosneritv and happiness, for the - nl cnrl Y rtc 'V w-a J ft to ti . W. Eot't. l.ibnne offlo slr'frib.ir vtll twmaitad to yon buy that fair, isn't it t BUSINESS. Wushinntm Street. uasoune, rvapiua, ubwhw, .w, or on tiu duulp Altitude makes no STRONG. Ouarantee4 In use for all r urposes. statinj; duty required, Horse Fo-.ver, etc. on appii- tion t 4 S V. B. "'ci-ird.