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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEAII5ER 29, 189S.
I Arizona Day by Day j Live News Token Prom Juclcrc' YV lis will soon rio:t :t s.:! stunti;;! bt.siness house on his l'iv: tt property adjoining the Head billlmr on tltc; south. lie'. F. Vf. Downs was tak n stnl doa'y ill on Saturday last anl was un siu'e to fill h's appointment n Sjn '.ay morning in olomonville. William II. Walters, a'i is r.roticv-.o T lil J . on Monday last in the ciis;rl t court o Socorro, New Mexio. pluicUd suilty murder in the s.-o:vl d-ree and van sentenced by Juc3::e Lelar.d to inir risc-nnic rit for life. 'e have been infi rmcd thr;t the phuts a -.id specifications for a one ft-iry build'i;; on the scene of ih Fnnsruki-t-tti five have been drawn up a:.d that Mr. Oandolfo will soon romm .Tee work on, the same. Yuma Sentinel. The last Tuesday morning train fro n 'llobe struck a cow at (let nni:r.o. v.i-e'!;inif the trucks of the online, the tender and several cars. The e.-ffinee !suFtajn.-d some severe bruisvS ur.d sprains. No one else was Injure 1. Tiie dormitory annex on the univ -rs-ity grounds will be ready fur o;cj rancy by L'et-einbcr 5. The buys u-e actively engaged in foot bill praeiio.-. The universities will entertain tin normals at dinner pieceilins the ftaui:: on Thanksgiving day. Star. Ilar.a Jorgensen of Stafford, who uvnt 4o the hospital in El I'aso for tieit ment died there on Sur.dny las:. The body was brought fcotr.e on Monday night and was buried oa Tutsluy ff ternoon. The family luivj th syrr, ltlhy of their many frit n is i:t t.) Ix'i-ca vemi-nt. HuUt-tin. Irve Adams was in town last Satur day, lie says he was lot-t for fo'.i la.yo in the Klaek river count -y be V cen the headwaters of the Ii;u- ani i-iluck rivers. The only t.iing he had to eat was squirrels. On the fv.irth day he found the hunting cam; nit much vorno for his ctrcri r. -e. IV.ill -tjo. We are reliably informed thai F. M. Murphy, who is n iw in (he erst, is flavins plans preiKired for the e. eci inn in the near future of a ST.I.i" h lei on the corner opprsite the Corner ("rug ttore. Prospect. Oeorgc K. Smith, in his efforts to dispose of a lamp that was likely to cause the destruction of his tailoring establishment, .severely burned his hand. Proper applications were ap plied and Mr. Smith will shortly have the Use of the injured member. Tue sul Star. A carload of household goods wa- un loaded here this week fir s ttl: -rs in the Colorado valley, Several ca: leads have arrived already this f.iil and the inllux of immigrants s.-c ms to have Let hi. Wonderful developments may b: looked forward to in th. valley wlv-.n the vexed land question U laid to :- :U. Yi-.ma Sentinel. Mountain lions are d slroyir.fr yotrisr alves in the Oiaham trounta'ns at an alarming rate, says ih- Soioiro:. vllie I'.ulletin. Frank Neese came down from his ranch in Stockton Pars Us; week and reported that the l:oi- hid killed six calves for liim clti.iit;r the lat week. A lion hunt -; helnj; or ganized in Solomonville. Charles K. Parnes. th.. l.ustiing ho tel man of McCahe. In a l.tter to tlv Prescott Pn sp-'ct, says: ' This c.imp is picking up wonderfully and if things J;eep on at the prfs-nt rate we will Hive Prescott a hard rub i.i the lire el' booms, in a few years. All w- I ek now is an enterprising man who un derstands type to push things a! nsr." Yc'hut is the matter wiih the ?arf : iun club sending a delegation to Tuc son to the great shoot that lake piae there soon? We beli-ve tljit ot:r boys wotild not come out secor.d Lest if th should go, for the record tii::t ;-. rn - of them have been making Iate'y is :e to be proud of. Poioaionvil'e i : j ! I : Tin. Hay is now worth J'.t.,".) per t n I Hal ed on the tars in the Ciia vail y. Trumpeter nice, company 1). Sev.nih infantry, Etation-d at San Carl' k taken suddenly i'l Mo-iday even nv allied to the hospifil. wh-r.- h" half an hour later. He leaves a w s i'l.! iied . ire- hut no children. Thi y ha- only Le n here a few ilays. having o:i company D from Fort Crook, braska. to reUevt the eo:npa:i; v. iih Ne- ef Twenty-Iifth inft'ntry which has been here for a year. Solomoavill - llalieli i. An apjieal has bten taken in th; as? of Uamon Pineda, senten -ed to b -hung at the last term of court. s:s the Solomonviile Ihil'.etin. The day of ex ecution had been s.-t for D'C;'!iiber 1. The local officers are not exactly clear as to the efect of the filing r the ap peal papers and have written To .iM-ifa 1 oan for instructions. If Judtve ioun iles his crrtificate of jiroh-iLl- c.IjS-. the hanging b-e will r. H tak phtce a." an;h ipate l. J. H. Kenn- dy of Aravaii a aayon was seriously hurt one day 1 i:U weei: Removal Bale! California Can Gocds. Iie Fruit Table Fruits P.laekberries California Jam California Jelly Hot Mustard Table Sauce Olives, pint Pickles, pint 7 bars Soap (Fairbar.k's) ... Drown Soap, 3 for Valley Jlaisins Can Cream Mackerel in olive oil 3 pounds Clam Chowder .... S 1 -3c ' 1 !; !" 10c L''Jg 1c lie -lc 5e 10c 13o 20c 3 pounds White Label Coups 3c Kellner's Cash Storeii i - k Territorial Exchences. by his bor.-e faliii-g on him. M.-. Ken ne ly was rid in? very r..pidly afl;r cat tle down a steep mountain side, wr.e.i his horse took fright at the sudden ap pearance of two bears, wi-.i h cavsed him to jump, throwing Mr. Kennely violentiy to the ground and the iv r.-e on top of him. fays the i-'o'oaionviil - TSuiletin. His knee was badly hvr. but nothing dangerous. Miss Molii. Brady and John A. Irwin were married at Houston. Tex.. We l ncwiay moiling. Hoth of th- contract ing ptirti' S are weli known in this city. Ml: s Prady having Is ft here Monu'uy for Hatislon. Mr. Irwin was until re cently in bi::--a;'-rs here, having in en the proprietor of the Fire Coin-age sa loon. The many frier.di of th civ. pi in Pirhce join with th? Oi b in v. them a most prosperous ;'ou: ney in their married lii"?. Hisltee Orb. Mr. MeClintoek. v. if..- if S, T. M -CM ltoek, di(d at the family home in Soiimonviile lart Wednesday .-Tter a short ill.ners. Ti-.e deceased was about thirty-five year:-- of aye. Sh - Lav, s besides a b- r. n-.vd husband, a family of five Ftr.all clitMi-en. A large -.i:i-foil! re .f eitiz ns which a'.tevab al th -fureral the ir-xt day atte.-t.-d the hi ah ist' i m in whfch the la iy win he'd in the comiiienity.- The sympathv of the p.-epie f faff or J and Foioniosvi i I is ertend -d to the s;ii ! . n farn'ly. A' i -zoniai. Kh.-:-3 V.'ilii.n-.i Ta. Johntron ard Charh.-s M. I.avton lieij a ward conf-r-( r. e at the Frar.kiin ward, rays the Artstmian. when- they f.it'd the pe -pie ear.si i, raiily intereslvd in the Lat ter Day Saitits v.orl:. an 1 in a pror prrous condition for a n-.v s.-ttleme.it. The results, so far. bkis fair f jr tv.; farmers there to cxceli i.;:.er s ttie-r.-.ents in farming. The o'd r.si lents have Iro!..ed en in v-or.der at the er.o -motif rops rais -d by the Mormons on .vlavt tiity lead always cu ;id r-d a barren wa.'tte.' Pftvident Andrew Kimball wit): Patriarch Phil c. .:,.n-iil a:id a f v; olhers from Layion w nr vp to vi.-P. a sme.li setile:i..-nt of sainn. recently fonnefl ..n the river above Sen J.ir.e. says I lie Ariz uii.an. Th y found thirteen fan.i'.i. s tiler.-. A meeting waa call d and a branch organise 1. Alma H. Pen rtett was choseti i i. si Tins cider. S. A. Merriil and George Monis as visiting U-ut hers. The brum-h is .-ailed the Ka-u-rpriso Kranch of the Laytoii warj. A f-unday school was a'co org;niz-I wit:.A!mo H. 15 nnett suj erintendi n . and S. A. Mi-rriil an'i Thomas l;t'.y, EEsisiants. -!l the uoc jinenis pertaining to the action of the city council at a special una ting held on Wednesday evening, with reference to the site for a library building on the Military piasa and the cn ation cf a fund of JJO.O'J'J to rr.-a t "'-' rtnr.ua! (sptuso; of maiiitaining the btiil'lir.g to cust ?J3.0eO which was ofiet.d by Andrew Carnegie, have be -n ffrwardtd to ihat gentleman, ravs the Tsi'-Son Star. A l-ntar from Mayor Koif to Mr. Carnegie and maps of. Tuc son, on" rhowins the city of -years rjtro an i another of this dat uare also fei warded. Ti:e map of today indi cae a the centra! location of tne site, at i;as: as it will be when the building is co.nph-c d. and all things eonsi l.-red in a favoiuoic light that event wiii oc cur within two years. Andrew Kimball, i resident, a. d I. P. L. Zuneei, memiar rf the b 'ard of circctors, visited the lead cf the I'.n U rp:-i canal on Tu aelay. says the Soionie-nviile Bulletin, a-.-.l re: " 't things in decidedly b.ttr siia; e than was gene ral!;.' expec ted. : i i: e the flncis of July last. No damage was done the hcadgate at ail, and but iittie to Iho spill gate. Not being qvita eani pieted the su.lde-n ilood v.ate s gt un der the platform and raised it. A clay's work with two earptht-rs can ttit th's bad: in its pin'-e-. The platform l.eing lifted stood in edge and f.iime;l a gat ;, iirc-.-ei-.tittg tiie wat?r from eseapiag throi'gh the protin- channel, i; brol: aay around the nton . a!utlm-n. atifl washed out the dirt, but never removed or even cracked the ma:on v.er'.;. t-ii! rili i:. n lark re.ornci from -S . w Mexico empty handed on Monday last, 'says the Soiotnonvilie Ilulletiii. He vatu Ih.-re af-r the famovs "ilea" ! Pipkin, and had extradition pa.tnrs iti I liis peckft fr.nn the governor ..f Ari zona to the governor of Xew M.xi- o. ; Tiiut official, however, c laim.-d that ; the papers were not according to tie-h::-t rp, roved methods and re-fused lo i turn over the Prisoner. The pap. rs j v.a re returned to Pl.o-nix and another , effort will he made to extradite him. . In the meantime Pipkin is in Ja.il in A:iiu..!vririe awaiting the return of . lite pa-m-is. It is believed by the o'.li- ci vz that the governor of Xi v Mexico ' "ill n-jt grant the requisition, and if i not he will he released on bond in that territory which has air. any b. c-n t'ar ; ithmeei. While in Santa I'e Ciark had i u long talk with T im Ketchura. who ; said he had never trav.de d under the 'nam - of r.iatk .lack in his whole e:t ' r-.'er. Mrs.. I. L,. Qo'al y n tinned from Tuc son c.n Mono'ay v. Letc til; hud been lo visit Ceneial X.-lron Mih-s and wife .luring their taay in Tucson, sas the Soloinotivi'le I'al'.etiii. Mrs. Qualey v.as the B'n-st of 5.-tiernl Miles, who is her coiisin. and l:-:el:d v.i;h hi-; party from Tueson to i,oui;r station "ii her way h.n.e. c-n the- car C n r 1 Miics made Mrs. JuaU-y a present .-f .n yidoniatie- repeating pistol, aho known a- :t ISorchardt pistol. It s'io--s .iL-ht times in sttcc. ssioii anei is loaded ai .oe.e time v.itii a ami!! magazirc eo:t ta.initig the eight art ridges. Th- butt stock is detat liable and can be us.d a : a i is'ol or riile at one's pleasure. Th.; gun is of (b rman make and was pur chased in Derlirt by Gene: a' Miles. Mrs. o,naly prizes the gift very high ly and tak- s a great deal of p! as ure in sin. v. lag it 10 hi r friends. DO YOU XXOW Consumption is prc-vennble? Science has proven that, and also that iicjlft is suicidal. The worst cold or cough an be ouicl with Shiioh's Cough and Consumption Cure. Sol i on positive guarantee for over fifty years. Dr. G. 11. Kcefer, Druggi.-t. Should not breed diseases like typhoid fever or malaria. It will not if you use Gold Dust regularly. Scad for frpe booklet "Ooldea Ruin fcr rtou:-8v.-oil;." THE N. K. FAIR BANK COMPANY Cti;a;o Zi. Loris fieTt YirU Bosina j ii 4 THE COAL FAMIXK. The Santa Fe Pacific Railway the Only One Well Slocked. Tiie coal fan ine is a s-iarce of anx iety to th? railway companies, on ac count of expected snow s'.orn-.s and a probable strike by mine-is, sa s the -VI-buouerciue Citizen. From the coal mines at Madrid from twenty-five to thirty cars per day go out with caa1, from Ceriilos. Put this amount is insuf ficient fer t'ne demaiei along the Santa Fe railway alone. The Santa Fe road is commonly credited with being the oidy one of the large western railroads that is well prepared with f-ai 1 for the winter. Years ago the Santa Fe sjf fered heavy losses one winter on ac count of lack of coal, and it has e.er since been the custom to fill up every c oal bin on the tai'road in the summer. The deterioration of the octal on ac count of exposure to tiie weather and air is cmite a loss each year, but the lots is small compared lo what it might be if the hand-to-mouth plan were in use. "The Denver & P.io Grande hasn't got enough coal on its line for its own use for a single clay. The condition is rot the fault of any one individual or company. It is partly the fault of the smelters, pe.itly the fauit of the rail roads, and partly the- fauit of the mine owners. V"e are doing the best we can to relieve the situation, but the outii ok is by no means neouraging," sai I President K. T. Jeffrey, after going to the coal camps to inv.stigate the short age. "There never was anything like it be! .re on the system of the Denver & P.io Grande." said C. M. Hobbs, who has charge of the c-.a! supply of the road-. "On th- broad gauge portion of the road we are tolerably well provicle-1 with coal, but the narrow gauge is in jl ciifferent condition. The mines are all running, and mo-t of them are running with fair num ber of men on full time. The coal is snapped up as soon a.; it eorms out of the mine, and railroads are helping l he-nisei ves to coal paselng over th; ir liris in a way which shows the read? are without any coal r.-s.-rves. They take it wherever they can find it. Of ccuise. the roads pay for the coal thus appropriated, but it son. time;; puts a shipper to serious in 'onvenier-.ee vvh.n he is notified by telegraph that a ship ment is several cars short on arriving at destination. cf. W. Vallery ef the Pur'ington road gives as his opinion that the shortage is occasioned by the unprecedented i t sh of busine.-s in all classes. "Xo hody could foresee the rrisperity which has come over th- country," "ii 1 he. "Every line of business is rusherl a'mcst to its iirrit. and the heavy busl-rt'-ss of the railroads, the activity in manufacturing, the larger demand from private censumers who have mure money to buy coal with than in the past, ail combined to bring on the ex isting conditions. The railroads have more equipment than they ever had before, for all of them have been buy ing equipment, but the new cars can n it carry all the business presented. We will all have to do the best we can." o MAY PKKSHRVF. TIIK RUIXS. Special Agent to U, pert on Proposed Reservation. Special Agent Max Pracl.t of the gen eral land oillee has bet n assigned the duty of e-.aeiiining the cliff dwellers and Aztec l idos in s vuthw es'.e-' n Colo rado, with a view of rep u-ting upon th" .idvh-.aliiii'.y of s- t:ing aside that part of Colorado as a national j ark or res ervation, pays the Xew Mexican. The m. st interesting ruins ate situated in the Mancos canyon and on the Mesa Verde, which are to he lra hed over the Denver & Rio Grande. They are being despoiled by relic hunters, who carry off relics by the carlo id. The government has hee-n petitioned re peatedly to preserve the ruins, as tln-y are probably the mo.-tt interesting within the boundaries of the United Slates. Jir. Pracht will leave for Co'. or.aeo in a few v. etdvS. This week a carload of relies were shipped from the ruins to Xew York, destined for the museum of natural history, and comprise many of th- most striking objects, gathered from the ruins near Mane-os. that have e-ver hieti discovered in Colorado or lie scul l:vi si. These were gathered by Professor Pi PP r of the department of a ot hi op ii logy, for the miis.-uni. He h y s;.ei:i the past four sum:r:e rs in the rioithw.st. and lias dug- into hundreds of I.iuia! mounds of r,inri races and i ii-ited I loiuso nds of stone- hour.e, far up l lie- sides of the cdlfs. Jio does not believe that an Azt-oc te:r.!ile- has been dieeovered in north western New Mexi- o. Xeither does he b lieve that th- UP- of the chfi dwcil extends l.-aek only ri) years. "Man:. points for which anthropologists have In -n looking, have nit yet been esiab liehcd," said he. "and it may be c -n-tu: ies before the mil. stones have been discovered. We do know, however, that the Mesa Eir-a ntada was inhabit ed l.r.i.n years ago. and that, at lea.-'. "Oil' stolle i.;e-. one Op 11 :i.l at h -i h.-vo . Listed r.'i tl:e site i f Ac:. nm. How long aero foe stone houses at Malic- is were inhabited, no man can tell. It N a:: easy io say a. in 0 years as yi a''s, 'out progress is being ma.i.e and we simtiid not decide that the history of TiiGhQsa Sink i ;0 ---tV:' JL sVU ' 4;-? ; 'f&T&M-'&t- th- rise, progress and decline of the cliff dwellers will never be wiitten. "In an area of twenty square mil-s over which I have walked during the last four years is a field ample enough for ail tiie museums and colle ges of the world to operate for the next I'll years. The field has scarcely be-en scratched, as they say in mining phrase. Long after the twentieth century has passed the silent ruins will furnish food for study and investigation." Professor Pepper says that Profess ir J. L. Wortman. who has been visiting the west for many years in the int.-rest of science, and who is known by many people of Wyoming. Colorado and Xew Mexico, has sever! d his connect ieoi with the natural Ivslory museum and is now organizing a gr;at mus.-um in Pittsburg, founded by Andrew Carne gie, who has given $2,C3t.000 to the in stitution as a starter. OX EVERY UOTTLE Of Shiloh's Consumption Cure is this guarantee: "All we ask of you is to use two-thirds of the contents of this bottle faithfully, then if you can say you are not benefited return the bottle to your druggist and he may refund the price paid." Price 25 cents, ot) cents and $1. Dr. G. II. Keefer, Drug ffist. PAYSOX XEWS. Wash Gibson, proprietor nf the Mint Juiip saloon at Fnio town, came in on the 14th. He has secured the boarding house p'-ivileg.' from the company. He left on the Pith after sxiniiig a large supply of m.-rchandise. Robert Sehell came in with a p-a'-k train on the 17th after supplies for Gun creek. While after cattle a few days ago Joe Cibsa.n had his arm broken by his horse falling. Prof. P. c. Miller h.Ms taken charge of the St.-awberry sr-ln ol. I. O. Lothian was in Paysen on the 1C. l. I hp has sold Iris piace at Pine and moved to Strawberry. V.'c-rcl comes into t-wn that Charlie HI!! ha.r, struck it in his .Mazatzal Frank Ile-sig and several others have puiled their frei'ht to the Mazatsal copTer claims to finish up their annual nsrsme.ot work. It is likdy that a bond will be taken before the end of the ypr on their prop-rff.s. by San Franc isio and Xew Ycrk pe ir.ie. who will at once put a large for.-e to work developing. George V. Kell. who was hit -re?t d in the original locations of the Jerom-prope-lps and who is now in ercslecl in the Waif mine in this district is about to start a few men to work upon the latter nronerty. The Waif is r.n of tiie first locations made in the dis trict, and from which considerable money wtis tale-n out by arastra. Pay clay at the File on the ir,th has caused Payson to have a small boom during the past few days. UPPER XF.WS. A fine rain fell tiie night of the 14 h instant which was of great benefit to the range. John and Wiil Asoill came over from the Eric- mine yert ir-lay and report the work to be progress ng niceiy. Mr. O'ltrien and .Mr. Shirley came io fnmi Gun c reek today. i;r. O'ftrien ia on hi:; way to Wins! ..- and Mr. Shirlev got s to Payson to work on the ne v had that is under const ructioi! there.-. C. F.' I'ooth of Rye has purehased I'ncle John Abbott's line- herd of An gora gc ats. Mis. Pyeatl recently -.-old her goats to W. R. Xo.al. Foul- of our boys caught about 1 o pounds of line flh with hunk and 'line Sunday morning. (oi Wednesday menhig, November I"., nearly everybody in the settlement met at the home of E. C. Conway -t watch for tie- meteoric r-howvr which was to have tak- n nl-ice. P-y 9 o'clock the house was filled to overliowir.g with a fun inving crowd. S-v-tal c hil dren's ge.me-s weie smarted in which the "Id and youn-.r joir.el with eciual fervor. At 12 o'clock all repaireil to the dining roam where a dainty lunch had beep prepared. Ve watched faith fully for "shooting stars," and were rewarded by sec iug two wanderers shoot upward across the heavens, so we cotic'.i'ded that the shower had gone under Arizonn. instead of over it. Globe Silver Belt. A C3IiOT OF TI;E PAST. An old men dratrired l-.imself wearily into an Ainsteidom a v. tine cur at Einrhiie'.h street the other day. lie was feeh'e. bre.tthl.ss and hroken. His clothing was soile-cl. and he v.r.s un shaveto He v.-;.:; ilearl.v a broken do-.vn n.aa. That human wreck w:es ,iihn IVmiir. tv.-cr.ty-five years as,-., a power in Wall street, the ass-.ciftie or opponent of all the prreat financial 1:1111 of the- day. I'oneir wr.s one of the most daring speculate! s the street has ever known. He was a millionaire sev::l times over. His r.t.re nod was s .oil for six figures. Then luck turned. I'oinljr is now supported ! his son. and pr.ioahty has no: 5;10 c;f liis cvn in the vor -i. In ti:e heyday of his proy-oetitv I'oi l:r v. as not a beaut-. line day a bro ker offered to In t him SiVil t';.-.l h-- was Ihe- homeliest man in Ne.v Yorl.. l'on dir accepteii i)-.. bet. went away, re turned with his son. pointed to hem and wen the money. New York World. TME AJtVVS OF TUCSON Tues m, A:i-., Nov. 27. ; Special Correspondence of The i lep.iblican.) A fire at iknson Saturday night de stroyed the rcsidenee and office of Edit'ir Si-e of the "Freez-,'1 and a Chinese workhuuse. Mr. Pipe ' was away at the time and in addition to th.2 building and printing material ho !e;3t all of his personal effects as we'd as fS"0 in greenbacks. The loss alto gether amounts to upwards of $1',500. Tiie fire is supposed to have been of ir.eer.diary origiin. The Tucson ball team is feeling elat ed over their victory in the series with the Phoenix club. They won two out of the three games, but had Jones, the Phoenix pitcher, received better sup port, the result would have been dif ferent. Hegan, alias Sherwood, the notorious Phoenix bicycle thief, ha-; again es caped from jail. This morning while Jailor J. S. He.pley was unlocking the cells Under Sheriff Paul ha-.! occasion to open the door between the cell room and the corridor, when Hngan, Louis Chavez. Augustine Ilran and Jesas Pree-iaelo seized the opportunity to escape-. Chaves threw hiai-e!i into the open door and engaged in a struggle with Under , Sheriff Paul, while the others overpowered Hophy and locked LOCAL PRODUCE MARKET. Wholesale Selling Prices Current, EGGS Itanch, JT.jOgS; eastern, $7.2r.f-7.r,n. BUTTE H Ranch, per tl, 20c; Mar icopa creamery, 0e; Tempe-Mesa Pro duce Co., USe-. CTIEESE Eastern, full cream, per l.t(!T17c; home, 14e. BEANS. BEAKS-Per lb. small white, JP-40; pinks per ewt., J3.50; Lima S3.50(ff' 5.73. FRESH FRUITS AXD BERRIES Bananas, $3.7S 4 per bunch. LEMONS Fancy, per case, $4-f4.25; blackberries, lie per basket: strawber ries, peaches, S0c5$l per box; pomegranates, 'iZl'-c per Ih: Bartlett pears, J1.60lri.73 Per box; Winter Nel lis, J1.23 per box; Salt River valley navel oranges, per case, $o.0igl; Ari zona Pomoioes, 'l'yl.SO per dozen; per simmons. Rl'.je per To. DRIED FRUITS. X UTS. RAIS1XS DRIED FRUITS Apples, evapo rated fancy, per lb, 13c; peaches, fancy, SVjc; choice. 75Sc; plums, pitted. choice. 8c: prunes, choice, 7i: sVigiOe: apricots, fancy. 12c: lie. XUTS Walnuts, fancy soft fancy, choice, shells. !3c: paper shell, lCc; soft shell, 15c; hard shell, 11c per It); pecans, lOUc: California, 12c; filberts. 13c; Brazils. 14c: pinones, 14o: peanuts, eastern, roasted, HfTI2c: raw S'dlOc: homo raw. TfTSc; roasted, 12'ic: chest nuts, 17'20e per pound. RAIS1XS London layer3, per box, n.;"."T';.2-; lorse. per !t. 4t3c: Thomp son Seedless. ii;7c: Sultana, 3c. COFFEES AXD SUGARS. COFFEES Rio 13Sd3c; Central American, l$T20e; Teaberry, 2C'(?22e: Mocha and Java, SOfS.Hc: Arbuckle's, $12 per case: Lion coffee, $11.30. SUGARS Granulated cane, per ctvt. 64c: cube. f3.3JTiG.73; powered, 7c; C, 6tiC per lb. FRESH MEATS. BEEF Per lb. S'ic; veal per lb. Sc; mutton, per lb, 10c; fresh pork, 9c. HAMS Medium, 12c. BACON Breakfast, per lb, 10c. HIDES, WOOL AND TALLOW. HIDES Dry. 12!i per lb; kip, lOU-c; calf. 14e: bull, 3e. V.'OOIj Nominal. TALLOW Per. Ih. No. 1. 2c. FRESH FISH. Southern California varieties, per lb; Columbia River salmon, per lb. 12i,4c 17'2C POULTRY AND GAME. TOI'LTR Y-Hens, good heavy. per tic.:., ;-i..ry..i. -u: cc-Kin ducks, live, per doz., S3.30; spring chickens, live, J3.733! GRAIN AXD HAY. WHEAT Per cental, for shipping, 51.10Til.30. HAY Per ton, loose alfalfa, $S; baled alfalfa per ton. $:. BARLEY ?1.D3 per ewt. Kor,T,r.D PAULEY $1.13. OXIOXS AXD VEGETABLES. VEGETABLES Peets per ewt., $l.fi"-: e vaporated chilis per !?, 13c; green onions, per dozen bunches, 23c; radishes, per dozen bunches, 23c; spin ach per doz., 23c; tomatoes, per box, 5K1.10; string beans, 12',ic; cabbage, $;.2.". 73 per ewt.: green chili, Cc per lb; potatoes, $1.S3T2: green corn, 10 13e per doz.: carrots, J1.30 per ewt.; green peas. He: wax and lima beans, pic : sweet poiatoes. $1.23TF2 per ewt. ONIONS Valley, Silver Skins, $2.2331 2.30. FLOUR AXD FEEDSTUFFS. FLOUR Per bbh, local extra roller process. $4.30; graham, i2.50 per ewt.; whole wheat flour. $2.30 per ewt. CORX MEAL White. $2.."3 per ewt.; yellow. $2.30 per ewt. FEEDSTUFFS Bran, per ton, $13; rolled barley. $1.10 per ewt. DRY SALT PViRK Per Th, R57?c. LARD Kettle rendered leaf, 3s, $3: 3s. $3.43: les. $3.40. , HONEY AXD BEESWAX. iloNEY Strained, per case, $7.50. BEESWAX P-r rb. 22g24c. MONEY -MARKET. New York. Nov. 2v- Silver certifi cates r.VVti:i-V har silver 5S; Mexi can dollars 47V. Copper dull and unchanged. Lead quiet an l iiiichaiii.!. iTlK'i; M A 1 1 K ET. I. os Anttelcs, Xov. 2-:. Cattle, per eve!.. J-::.73-o 1.23: c-alves. $4.5?i." W: sheep, petr head. Weihe's. ?:L7"7j 1.0J; lambs. f2.f..i.5i 2.73. TRY ALLEN'S FOOT-EASE. A powd-.T to bo sliakon intn t li shoffl. At this rifi'sru yi-nr f't fed fwollp. i;t r vr.ua i'Tid irr. aii'l frt A i rf ! oasiiy. If ym Jinvc sinnnirc f-"t or tiiht snoot-, try AlN'i-'s Kool-Ki-y. It r-ooiw th' "et and m-iUcs walking rusy. t'urcs swollen and PTratin f''t, leisters ;ind c;:Uous spots. Rp'icvt-s con;s ami bunions of all pains ard pivrs ro.-t mvl romfort. Try it to day. Sold by all dmrjiKrsts ami shoe stores for lijt. Trial iackatre FRKK. Ai Ores. A". on S. Olmstead, Le Hoy, X. Y. him Ir.'. a a cell. It was then an easy matter tor the four to overcome Paul and lock him into another cell. Th-; criminals then walked out through the sheriff's otfiee into the court hous and thence into the street, llogan on the way taking-the jailor's re-vnlver, which was in the sheriff's office. I'aul anil Hopley were soon released from their predicament and Sheriff Wakefield and deputies started after the escape I convicts. Late in the day they had been traced as far as the San Xavb-r mission on their way to Mexico. It is doubtful if they reach the Mexican lin;' before being taken. Chavez was in jail for killing a man in Santa Chi'.z county, while P.run and PreeiaJo were in for smuggling. W. P. B. Fi-ld clerk of the beard i f supervisiois was thrown from a horse while in pursuit of the jail breakir.4 and painfully injured. It wi 1 he sev eral days before he will be able to at tend to his duties. Judge Davis of the distri -t eouit has j granted permission to the school tru1 j tees to sell the old school property on congress street. J ne putting ot mis property on the market will be of great benefit to Tucson, as it is very desirable for business purposjs. The remains of Mr?. James Finley, who died in Los Angeles, Saturday, will be brought to this city far burial tomorrow. She survived her husband I only a few days, he dying here wck before last. Mrs. Finley was taken to Los Angeles for special treatment, but nothing eculd be clone to save her lif. TALE OF TWO COUNTRIES. "I gues " "Oh. don't guess. You Americans al ways guess, you know." "No. I lon't know. Yitu Englishrn: n always know, don't you i;now?" Chi cago Tribune. PHYSICIANS. OWING TO TIIE INCREASE IN Busi ness in the last two years DR. CIIILDS has been compelled to seek more com modious quarters. His friends and patrons will now find him at No. 16 SOUTH SECOND AVENUE. All Dis eases Treated Scientifically to a cure Consultation Free. DR. GUILDS Is the best diagnostician in Arizona. MUS1CIAXS. TIIK PIANO. Miss .Mnry Elizabeth llatsey New K"glar d Conservatory Methods, ad dress ll:ij East 'au Huron Street. YETERIXARY. F. O. RICHMOND. Mi. D. C, Phoenix, Arizona.-Veterinary Surgeon and Den tist: diseases of all domestic animals scientifically treated. Office and resi dence, .127 West Van Buren street. No chai se for consultation. Agent for th Horse Review DEXTISTS. DR. JOHN A. LEXTZ. DENTIST. GAS administered. Rooms over PostofGce. IW. G. LENTZ, DENTIST, SPECIALIST in .Crown and Bridge work, ftas ad I ministered. Office Fleming iJlock, rooms j 01, 202, 2ISJ, 204, 1V3, 203. II. J. JESSOP Dentist. Office Porter building, corner Washington and Cen ter streets, rooms It axtd 16. ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. JOSEPH Tl'KICltEY "ARTIIUR J. EDWARDS. Lawyers. Steinegger blocK, 21V4 S. First Ave., fhoenlx, Arizona. EDUCATIONAL. o. c. Thompson civil en'c;tn-i:ki:,,pi!oe- nix. A T. 2' years in iiuiui.-ipat and fail rood eve.rk. Exia-rt Pi-aUBu an. Through without chanse to St. Paul, j Boston, Chicago, Kansas , City, St. I Louis, etc., via the Santa Fe; rates via i this line as low as the lowest. Get I full information at city ticket office of the S. F., P. & P., 44 West Washington Street E. W. G1LLETT, General Agent. if CARNIVAL EXCURSION RATES. For the I'hoenix carnival the S. F. P. & 1'. will make a rate of one fare for the round trip from all points on their line to I'hoenix. Tickets on sale De cember 2 to 7, inclusive, good returning until December 22. E. W. GILLETT, Generul Aprent. CARNIVAL EXCURSION RATES. Fur Hie I'hoenix carnival the S. F. 1'. l: v. ill make a rule of one: fare for the round trip from nil points on their line to I'hoenix. Tickets 011 stile De cember 2 to 7, inclusive, enj od return ing until December 'i'l. E. W. CILLETT. General Ajjent. 1'IIOENIX SHORT LINE. Excursion to Tip-son Thanksgiving. One fare for the round trip. Tenipe (foot hall and base ball teams will play T.ucso:i teams. Leave I hoenix 1 p. in., November 21', returning leave Tucson 7:20 p. m., November '.'. IMg c-i-owd froing. From I'hoenix, Sfi.43; Temp-, $3.'J3 round ttip. Iuctuire cf M. R. ajrents. REDUCED RATES TC GIXIBE. The Thoenix Slir-rt Line has Jtr ranged for a reduction in the ticke ! rate from Phoenix to G!-le. and pas- sengers not desiring stop-over privi- leites can purchase tickets at rate of ,$12. This is a reduotiJH of $1.50 and; ; is $7.G5 less than local rate. EXCURtTIC'X RATES FOR THANKS GIVING "Will bo ono fare round trip bc tvet.in nil points on the S. I I. & P.. tickets fTod Kingr Novcmbt r 1 and ."0. and jood return inc; until December 1, in clusive. Cct full particulars of agent. General Agent, Phoenix. GARDEN CITY RE5TAURAN1 rviF fLrE3T rN thp tt-' Enjoys the; bfst standing -n-itb traili'S men. Hoys evcryt liinir nt spot cash price and gives tbc best il-'ic meHl. TUCK Uli'G & CO. 13 and 111 Washington St., cast of Ja cobs & Co. I'riavtp rooms for families Tickets, $4.D0; single meals. 2."c. XJiU)I-ESKiN AL ) PHOENIX SHORT LINE B. in. p. in.; 7.e,i i-3U'Lt Horn. . 7.in: l.Olc TsmpO . 7 1 j l.aO.A i.... V po-uir Ho. i. ' ,a. m,',. An 9.1 r, 6.0L 6 JKi 6.0C 8.5 . Lv 8.80! No. 2. V-M ID tt.U) in 6 45 t n t:25 m 4 A O a it 4 3 IT "tCO p TO 7 : '0 p m 7 4 p m :i'0 p w S .v' i p m i:4 : m ..rnOKSix.. . . .Tempe .. .. Petersen . . . .Kyrene ..flAentoD. . . Mart cc. a. lUHllKM P-k 1111. co and Krnm lu .io p ra 1:15 a in 9:30 a m V2:S0p ra tl :fiu a m . . . Mterleopa. . . 'MiCeor.. . , ...DeinlDg . . El Paso .San Antonio ..H'-IUtCI! .. ?-er Or! r.tis. .. V hfihi att'oij . New V.ei u :-am n 2: to 6:-' wo 1 o n ?..? t , m 4:2' ir is p u a in ( in ! rji ' PVOii'Kl hki oound Pon JCaa- ie lu p m 6 : GO :; la :1S j m ;:;.. rri 1-al.o . a i- B .jOuiiHS.. . . a 'j n- .Bt Lenta . . . 9- : n r . . rbniaac J r i rom A'ust Wwi uoiit.d 10 :i'8 p :00 p in S : 1 5 a rn 4:20 p in 9:ij0 a ei fi:0.1 r. m .Marlcp. ... ... .Yuma. . . .LS AUPOJdB. Fresno. . ..San KraneliiCO. Fortund . . . .se.i-r. f ttrr n ll:f! m :W r n 11:10 n- 6:tt p k 9:Pj k n !):,Vie m h Ti-?Ir: stop on slfai Puliman I'Rlnee Sleetiirm cr mn ) trains between Phoer.lx and Maricopa Train No. 1 connfro with Boutham ft e-iflr train No. 19, eaptUoiinel, leaving Mar icopa at 0:S0. p. m. Train i-To. 2 conncca with Bontterm Pa ctfie train No 20, WMtrannd. laavln 51ftricoptat0:45a. m. Pacilic Toast Limited passos Maricopa: East1 bound, 2:2G a. m., Wedaenilayn and Baturdaya Westbound, a -HI a. m.. Fridam ana Tncsdaya o each week. Connection madn at rals with I V., P. P. R. K. for Trtmottt anu ot (trBH. Connections ai Mesa ntte jtac (n Klorenee and Globe, Tne"iK7. Thurfiaya an ttaturdays at 5 o'tdouk a. m. " K ASTEN, B r PORTJIR President. Qc.n'l M. O. bIC'KNELI., ioc'l Fit. aac! Pttas afl SCENIC LINE Of ARIZONA. SANTA FE, PRESCOTT 8 PHOENIX RV. AND PKESCOTT 2. BASTERiN R. R. WITH 1HK SANTA tt SVSTert. Btuitest and Quie test servic e between PhoonU Kansas City, St. Louis, Chicago and ail Eastern Point. Fretn ttie Wes; THKOCUM flMK TABLH 10 . e Vei I Moil I i Kill lv . i Wed 4.St-ulT.. I Tliur lll.leu IvO. I -lioir , ti..t? lv. . I Thui 1 w.i lv. . j Thur ; J.-Vcj lv. j l-ri , 7.:twc ar. . . i'ortliimi -arseXinTbur 8an Francisco... pr G.43p7cef Mojave ar uaa . iiuu l;ie-o.. . Los Aileele . . . Bkcsiow . . AehKork ...at' l.tfir'Taei ...at- S.-iirne ...arw.80.rrma . lv IJ.lOlMOD I X o tht East . . .ar! 9 uup Wert ...ar 6.13i Ved ar 7.0DaWed ar 5.00pTue ar 10.i.-ip Mou .lv: 7.,Va Mon Kroin the 1 ..Chic:aito. . . . St Louis. . . KaiisaH City llenver... Albii'pi'qtie. Asli Fork. I Mou I Toes Weil j 1 mi I.OCA1 riWE TAB1. Mouritaiii Tiirt Nonn bound No Pana. Toci V. V. Lv.. ASIl FO'UK. .AT ...Jerome Junction... I Ko. -S ' 10.4'i Lv Jerome Ai : ia.-iopi & p. ar.Jerome JiinctloD.lv i & P. SVIP: a.lepj . ..P. & K. Junction. Ar Prescott. Lv 4.0 lT:iiip' l.Wp 1.2.0, ?.2U 2.40p i Lv Meyer... Ar lO.Oaa 9.4. 8.30a 8.0W iiiiroi'... Cherrv ('.-eek Lv..P. & E.' Jtmct...Ar Ar Prescott Lv 3.J0n lv I're:-colt 8.ii0a 2.1fla 2.16a 1.5)a 12.11a i.4'.iti ar..Skull Valley, .lv S.mln lv.. Siiull Valley, .ar 5.-i'ji Kirklmid . b.fKil .Concress Junction. Wickciiliiir. . . . Hot Spring Jet.. Peoria . . . Clendale. . All am lira Il-2-p .S-J. . . Si.cip! . . .lip!.. a.-jiro.. 9.t0p ar 1U.5 I 9.4Tpl .37p 9.24p S.OOp ..PI oeuiz. ..h Pining Room Throurh ticket to all point id th Pnlwf 8tate, Cf.nila and Mexico. Cu.SNECTioNS: Jerome Junction with U. V & V. P.v for Jerome; 1. & E. Junction with P. A E. K. It. for Huron and Mayer; Mayer wltb Miuro to Crown Kins and oilier mining i-ointa: I'rce'ott with sti;e lines lor all principal ndniuir camps : Coiurres-i Junction with Stare lines lor Concrrc-.i , linr.pta Hala, Stanton and Varne-11 : Hot Springs Juiieticin with the C. C F. S. i I. Co., for Castle Creek Hot Sjirings, tin all-year-rciund health report; Ph.rnix with th M. P. 4 S. K V. K. K tor Loiuts on the 8 f vtitcin . E- W. G.'IXETT, II. P AXEWAt.T, (ieneral Agent Acting 'ien Pass. Aut. Piinenia Prescott. A.rizJL Mortaward a.m. 1 :CC l7 tM I '1'i I :25 I d:S2 I S:r.2 I 7:07 I , 7:22 I eautaward IP-n r-ATiONa .. niabeo .. . . South Biebea . .Arl 1: 1 .. Don Lots !:li Naeo Junction . ..Packurd U:4 ... l-:anninie :12: .Water Tank 113:0 ...Charleston Ill: . .Fairbank LtIIJI .. Fairbank ArU:ll M. A A. Crossing- 1 ..Cortemion U: l.anc' 1D:4 .Fteppon I v a miJ" I 7:4H iAr.. ... I 7'45 ILv.. N. 7-5F S.-Pl (CC 'tint rut; on Pa"!Hc time. ur.N vr.UAK. s.'.sa - t . r . Paejfio Co rn .i tii I" Comn-piH'iitfr Novcmlwr ir, lbPH, traina 'ill loavct Slarirni n :ii felicWf-: J. ' A. M. DAILY NEW ORLEANS EX- . i nrHt-1 for 1'iic.' n. llmii, llnminff. El rpn Sij cti-.iniii, Keublofi. NVw Orleans, Oornoctinir at New Orleans fe- Cinrinrmti and f"hii mre; iiiho for fiflrrttt- u, Kaliimoro, Phils ileliitu. Nccv Vi rk iinil UtiBtun. -1 n.'l A.M. DAILY MIXROTP.tlNFOH l I, Turn n. Lorilst-urj?, Dluiidk, El r.o, null lcterniecii.-itp i-tnt 101 r. M. DAILY MIXKD TRAIN FOR 11 I .l;o n.l l"trniMl Ktp stHtionH. V!0 I'. M DMI.Y IIIVKD TRAIN FOB l-lila llntl nr.,1 v:iy illnions. I". M. DMLY I'ACIH EXPRESS for Ii ActtVn. Frc-pno. accamputo fliiH Sen I-'ranciwo Connc' tina at 8cn'i eno hump Iv I'J.SllilV.... 11 ..Via lv ta ' iv. .. I j 1 nil :ij.r. p ar i South- I bound I'l-.SS. )'.:.:-i j 2.p! U. V.' rst Fmncibso for points in Onj;ou, Nevada ami I tub. 1 T- H OODMAN. Iu. I ass. Ast, '