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Jr. '"" ' fjniiTiwun. Mir - " iiUfl iirTi ijpfig THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. iss. Ol'FIC'IAI. ivvriut uv OUiA CO. I Saturday, Decembor 5. 1801. Knter4 in the Post Offlee at (IWk, m sec- 4rr4-clasi uuittr. This nawr i keut n file at K. 0. Dike's 14 dvcrtiitiiK Akc', 64 and f Mcrcfiatiu'j ir" t5bnxe, San Francisco, Cl., where con- ..tracts advertMnv; oan br made fur It. POST OrFICE RULES. OfBee open from 7 A- to 7 r. ., daily. 8 iihU) iw hour after nial' arns. Mall c&wes K"ii Kt awl et at :l'i A. H-i "'idly , . i 1, Money Order Peartinent-eloes at 6 r j, Mai K" San Car 1.M anil Maxsyewrj ilay. Sundv excepted-1 CaVali, At- -tuv' V,dnesriav and KrHay Th .. l ..rtL.1- live, myun, -., s'j - MWU ilntt the nlset pre v ! at!) p M JOS. It. HAM1LL, P. M. , Glnlx S4n Carkw a"slra.h C. ()IBo. H.ir 0 n'tUV .. M. U 12J1. ami 7 to 8 P. II. ShihIj 10 to 11 A. M. siHG to i P. M- LOCAL NEWS. Liquor of nil kinds at G. S. Aa Wagenen's. Location notice, corder's office. free, at tho Re- Freh candy! Frosh Fost Ofllco Store. caudy! at the Mrs. Cornelius, of San Oarlos, was a visitor to Globe this w.ek. SKATING At the I?iuk every "Wed nesday and Saturday evonings. An assortment of desirable shopping baskets for sale at he rvMOfliee Store. A social cliineo will b given neTt Friday night, Dec 11th, at the Rink. All come surly. . in. . . - E. F. Kellnar .fc Co., cannot and will not be "undersold" by anybody or in any article. I. i i Hon. G. T. Feter, of Tonto, -was in Globe on Thursday nnd Friday, circu lating among his friends. See Chfts. Taylor's Christmas ad. in' an'-ther column. His display of holi day goods' in very iittrnctive. Peter Sase, a brother of .Tdhn G Saxe, the poet, and cousin of E. A Saxe, of Own Grande, Ariioua, died in San Francisco recently. HOLIDAY GOODS. A largo and attractive stock to arrive at the Poat Office Store nuxt week. See them be lore making your purchases i i m " The first rain in several mouths fell last night, and was sulTioieBt.to wet the ground well The mountains about Globe are covered with snow. Cliarlea Tlwyer, who holds a respon sible pos'.tion with J. VTindmlUert In dian tiader at Su Oarloi, returned Lome this week for a short stay. Return from the election are yot incomplete, but anffieient to ahow that J toe Constitution h.i twtau adopted hy a large mitjority, probably 8,00.) or more E. H. Cook left for Willeox Thurs day morning, to meetliia wife's mother, Mrs- M. P. Riee, of TulfcikumajTeua , who is coming te Globe to kpettd tin Winter. There ia iw damjer frH vhfNipiK couh when CiMu.uerki.i'a Ciiujh Rem edy ii freely ivbu. It ktws tle coux louse and iiike expect. whMh uaey 50 r.ent bottlee fur 1 by 11. C. Uimheuek Christme pn-sonts. Wait and see the large Moek'at the I'o&t Office Store, only a small portion of whioli haa ar rived. All will be here within a few da.is. Beautiful goods' moderate prieea! The procede from the recent iohool entertainment were sufficient to com plete the payment on the organ which is now in poeaeesinn or the school, and a balance of $81 was turned over to tho school children for library purposes. v ,iriPM nf v. v Klnar x- C.n 'B SU V- - . ..v...... w w t Large lot harness, S10 Rat and ,p. Alpacas, silks and cashmare, in tan, cray and black in 8 to 111 yard patterns, to arrive this week. Also line of wool hoods, nubias, cape, ladiee hose and underwear. The Scott brothers, from Apaqhe county, have 10.00U sheep grazing on the slope of Pinal mountain. They aro driving them by oaay stages, to Maricopa oounty, expecting to reaah there about February 1st, when tho first spring grass makes ite appoarance ou the desert. - i m i The Old Dominion Copper Co. hao completed the assessment work on all of their unpatented mines, viz: Tho Interloper, Southeast Globe, Alice, Southwest Alice, niddort Globe, Con tention, Globe Southwest, and Frac tion. On most of them tho work was done in tho regular courso of operation, hs these claims nrs now yielding tho greater portion of tho oro supply. Election returns have been received Irom all the precincts in Gila county, except Plqasaut "Valloy, showing a ma jority for,tha Constitution of 18. Fol lowing is the roto by precincts: Globe, lor, 139; against, 111; San Carlos, for, 2, against, 50; Pioneer, for, 10j against, 1; Grapevine, for, f, against. M;Reuo, lor, 27, ngaiqst, 7; Rye, for, 19, against, i; Payon, far 25, against, 8; Pine, for, ' ngalHM, Id. ToUl .vote, -lfiG ' j"?"!"-"" X I'AT.IL AITRAY. A sanguinary eucounlor took ilaco on Sunday lust, in tlio boarding liouso St tlit? R-i"Vi' mine, between Thomas Floyd, n minor, nul Chnrho Sing, the Chinaman cook employed by tho com pany, resulting in Floyd's boing dtub- bod n fow inches above and to the right of tho left knee cap, cutting the largo artory, and causing death in a very fow nijmuw frotulioiiuiriliiiga. The gist of tho evidence adduced at poiweaaion of the Globe officers of tho tho corouer's inipiest is as followa : I law that Jeff Dramktt died and wae Thos. Floyd and partner, llornard ' bnrud. King, who hed not far from the board-j Mr. Uramlett called at the Bmvr ot itic luiusc, v,ere proparing to start ou a' fico yesterday nnd made a frank stato- SSriil. nnd having no broad, they asked Mr. Kimplt, and ttten Larry Ryan, Who jiaeoed their cabin, to got bread for them, from the Chinaman. Both men, ! on their return stated that the Ohiua man'had refused to give thorn bruud, I and had.applied an insulting epithet to Floyd, chirgingthe latter nithstealiug I his quail. Floyd at once loft tho cabin, envirwr lio tloa miilirr 111 KI1H tllrt China- man. Kfnjr and Ryan testified that they did not see Floyd in the posses sion of a pistol, while Kimplo avers tha't Floyd put on gun before he started. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Sultan and their hroo sons, Harry, George and Edgac, who had accompanied Snpt L. J. Web ster to he iniuo, were the only wit nesses to what occurred from tho eu tr of Floyd into the dining room un til the pistol was dr&vru. Mr. and Mrs. Sultan were sitting at a table near the door ojuinc! into tho kitchen. Thoy testified that Floyd entered the dining room, passed by thorn into the kitchfU, where tho Cliiimmmi sat peeliug jiota toes, uud nfter some remark about quail, commenced striking the China mau with his fist. He struck him Un or twelve times before Mr. Sultau reached the kitchen door, iutonding to stop the quarrel. Aa Mr. Sultan reached them Floyd stepped Irnck and drew his Hstol when the Chinaman caught his arm, and the muzxlo of the weapon ww diverted in the direotiou of frs. Sultan. Mr. Sul tan, alarmed for the safety of his wife, hnrrivd her out of the building, and there wan no witness to what trans pirwl after their exit. When Superin tendent Welfetor and mine foreman Loriu Lynch entered, two or three minutes latr, they found Floyd expir ing, lying on tho dining room Hour in a pool of blood. At the examination of Charlie Sinft yesterday, before Justice Cook, .tfwre was no important evidepc introduced further than that brought out at tin eoruurr'n inquest, whioh showd that the Chinaman acted in self defense aiid, , therefore, he was discharged. The burial of Jeff Hramlrtl- in the Globe cemutory, and the farce of issu ing a warrant for his arrest m the fleah in Yavapai eouuty was played OHt by the slmriff prodircjnjf & man represent ing hiioeelf aa a twin brother of the varitHele Jeff The arrival of deputy slieriff Beubrook un V'ednilay after noon hating in cnetody the man for Un arrest of whom the warrant waa leaned caused no little stir among those Iw Kevingin the Mipernaturalreenrreetion of Jeff They aaaed upon him Wllr acmt.ui7.,ng eyes at first doubting their wim of Btftht, and Anally concluding that the Bramlett in view was some j otW man tlan Jeff Jfwityi there waa a resemblance, not as strong, however, aa to justify the ltelief that th man iu custody was the person who Itad leased the boundary of time in the Globe hospital. ii The decline bf the dipping orb on Tuesday witnessed the result of ptibliu opinion upon the qiiofatiou of State or uo State, and we are sorry to say that the floating vqte, in a great measure, determined in favor of State. This result was forstten by the f miners of the constitution whon they handi capped the taHyers, the me,n who are expected und will hae to pay for the -i it ut i . i i J sujiport of the State in cuse it is admit-1 ted into the fodoral union, by confer ring the right of suffrage upon citizens, who ay uo tux, oxcopt Indians, idiots, I luuatics, and persons convicted of I cr"Ill,t' The original bill, as repotted ! frora tlie committee, limited the right of suffrage to taxpayers, which provis ion was rejected by the convuution for the obvious reason that such a restiic tiun would militate against tho adop tion of the constitution. Supl. A. L. Walker informs us that the creator portion of tho machinery ! i for tho Old Dominion Copper. Co 'a new smelting plant is heie, und tho balauco is on the road from Willeox and will arrho iu about ton days. A largo force of men is employed in the work of construction and it is hoped to have the plant running by January 1st. The important announcement is also made that the 0. D. Co. intend liaitd- ling custom ores, nnd if the supply warrauts it, thoy will pnt up small sampling works. This will be a 'grout help to owners of small mineo yielding ' rich ores, and may becomo an irapor- ' tant faotor in mineral dovelopment tff the district WARNIG Don't brand or mpleet our stock unless authorized by our sehes or otir foreman, R. F. Jd'eoby. Offenders will be sevaroly prosecuted. E. F. KiuttNiat & Co. t; Hand made ehocolalo drops Pot Offlw Store nt tno 'i m; nitAJir.rr cvisr. Beauregard Bramlett, wlioeo arrest at .Turotno on a fairrant sworn out hero, alleging that lie una .Toff Hrainlott who diod in the Globe hospital, was dis- charged Thursday oAuiug after a ciiti- cal examination of bis person. Not withstanding ft 1b called a case of mis- taken 'iduutity, his arrest and conwy- j nnce hero was ununn anted in view of the incontruvortuble ovideuce in lio ment of tho caso. His likened to .Ten" israuilett, his deceased brother, is so striking as to easily misloud poisons j having had n pnKsing aoquaiutuucu with Jeff, and not informed of his death. They wore twin brother, and the sur vivor states that six jenrs ago, when they met for tho first time since they were boya together, there wor imper ceptible dillorcncc in their height, nnd their weight did not vary a quarter of a pound. Thtt facial resemblance is also strong. Mr. Brnmlutt has been in tl.e Tern tofy, olf und on, for twelve years, spending a large portion of the tune in California. lie has liml jn various parte of Arizona; Tucson. Cosa Grande, Flagstaff, Ptoscott, Jerome and other places. When arrested in Joiome lie hud beou there nbont two months, em ployed in a r oh tain nut couduoted by Jake Itaful. His close roscmblauee to his brother Jeff has caused him main unpleasant encounters, as persons mis taking him for bie brother, frequently took offence because he failed to re cognise them, nnd generally an ut tempt at explanation or a protest that ho was not Jeff Bramlet, only luule matters worse and in one instance, at Flagstaff, his denial that he wnB Jeff Bramlett ll to fcft attack upon him iu which he narrowly escaped being shot. Thetto unplaaauut oxpenoncee in dueod him to adopt the name of "Jeff," and ho ia generally kuoni) by that cog nomeu in Arixos. He disclaims any acquainUinca with Mathews and John sou, upon whose affidavits the warrant of arrest was iasued. He hold a short conversation with V. W. Dickinson, at Jerome, who accosted him ae "Jeff," and refueed to listen fo a dei.ial. Jim Sam told Dan Tucker, the Yavapai oounty officer who mane tie arrest, that while the pnner lot.ked like Jeff Bramlett, he could not svear that it wa he. Mr. Bramlett protested llmt no was not the man wanted iu Globe, nud that he had never been !(urt. JIo waa taken to Preacott and after i de tention of eleven day, waa releae.;' and relurtjed to Jerome, where ho waa J found by deputy E. L. Beubrook, of Globe, and again arrested. Mr. BramleU justly feels aggrieved over his arreat. He was forced to give U a good situation in Jerome, and put to QonaiJerable expense. th or MAK. TXe ohallmige iawwal by 01ole town men to employes of the Old Dominion C ipper Co for a tug of wr contet has been accepted, and the prelimina ries arranged, except Untf, the tanis o r not Miini1tt vVatut iluv. mill tli mi fJ,he UoDSi ,,riefly 8tatad( nro: Kw.h iwm h M . (f JJ(in. hyy Wl.,gbl ,, ,; I'ij. to J, UA,. . 17.. , , lightweight, 950 lbs. each; referee to lie chosen by the captains of opposing teams; length of pull, 2 feet, rope -1 inqhea iu circumference; not more than two pulls to be me,ds by each, team in one week; 3 lst pulls in five to de cide; each team wagers $ 150, tho wiu nera to take the entire purse and gate receipts. OMVEBSJnARiZDHA, SesMon begins September SOlli. Tui tion Fieu. Axuculiural College, Sohoul of Mines and Prejiaratory Course. For Catalogue, address Secretary of Uni . , . v , t luver- John Gorman, toll-collector on the Pioneer road, was maltreated and rob- ; bed by two Mexicans Ou luoeday uf ter- , noon about dusk. Iliuy piobably shur.id tho current belief that the old mau had a large sum of money secreted somewhere nbotit his cabin, nnd in or dr to compel him to reveal the hiding place, they fasteucd a ropo around Gorman's nook and dragged him about until he was well nigh exhausted and ins laco bruised- and cut. ihey sc oured $14, whioh he alleges was all the mniiftr tin luul. nyprtiit. tC paiiIa flnr. ,ml ,.,. lliiva ,...,,,.. o.v i ' ants as two Meticnn wood choppers who have boon working not on Pinal inoutHaih. far distant, A lottor to Col. Mnstan from Engi- noor Trott, engaged in making the final survey for tho Tempo Mid Globe load, ' statoa that tho party had covered flf- teen milos in four days, having staked every 200 feet and chained tho entire distance. Tho heaviest grade from Marlar's ranch to the summit of the inountain will he 10J per cent. Tho King trail will be followed from Fra zier's fur about one milo to the divide. The coet of tho fifteen unlet, survoyed is estimated at $15,000. Elogunt stereosgopes, trijdicate ran-- ors, photo albums, bionzo mantel or- tifiinanlii. iiinlnrn fnlmn. nln . for" s , Wrtliday and Redding presents, for sale at tho Post Office Store x i:rF.KinMT Tiur mit work Wo sometimes learn morn from our mistakes tbnu from our successes. If you are nkeptiail about it rik Loroy Ikeuberry of llicliraond Ba3in, whose jost ofllco address is Globe, Gila coutV ty, Arizoua. One balmy night about the hour of half-past ten, perhaps eleven, ho smelt something prodigally rich in sweet perfume, and just awaken- ing with a start from pleasant dreams, lie rublieil ins eyes and seratened an ear, and realizing that Ikeuborry wOjS himself again, hold his nose and taxed hia miud how to dissipate the stifling suioll. lie discovered, by the light of a candle dimly burning that the un pleasant odor proceeded from a pole cat whioh, during the silent watches of the night. P'uul Pry like, had intruded vithiu Loroy'a domicile. How to causo it suireudor of possession was the I . question. He threw a boot at it nnd then another; his lint followed, and as a deruiur resort he shied his bible, ou the fly-leaf of which is inscribed, Leroy Ikeubory, 18J0, age 81. The cat nol Boeuntigly disturbed by tho aseuult, like member of the tld guard at Waterloo, held its position. Without exciting itb suspicion of what next was coming, Leroy thought of fire and no sooner thought of than he tried tho expedient, lit a newspaper and followed up ttc smell discovered the intruder bnsoonsod iu a corner of the cabin, and in a moment there was a diversified smell of hair nud of what was smelt bo fore, while the rueful cat gave no indi cations of hysterics, or breathed a aigh for the loss of the adorumout of ite tail "hich hitherto, by a switch, filled the air with aromatic perfume. And not willing to giro it up so, Leroy con cluded in his mind's-eye, to try giant powder and did so with no other effect than rendering his house a wreck, as if Katis is cyclone ?ad strnok. it, thijs making it undisirable as w tutor quar ters, even for the cat, which, according to Bud Woodson, etilLjiolds puwnou in exjunction SMth the wwut, which hangs round it still. Ladies of Globe, who patronize 13. F. Eellncr & Co., will plnue pond ad dreae and name time; can have our buggv call for thorn, and bo dmeubafe ly home ngaiu. The Phoonix Herald copies from a Ft. Bowie dispatch that "Redskins generaRy are arming themselves." If it were true that the reservation Indians meditated an onslaught on their pale face brethreu, liviug as we do, within five miles of the western border of the J tome of 5000 of the nomade, and con nected hy wir with tho ageuoy, wo would have been apprised that tlw, vere urnung, and, tharefore, we pro nounce the stuteuiout contuiued iu the dispatch without an iota of truth, audi further it is the opinion of the Su.vnic Belt that such newsmongers are more of a disturbing element than the In diaufc themselves, and should be sup preyed. The ranloih iu the Chiricuhua munutaina who wounded JIujor Down ing ami ktllwd Darnels are probably the Iwkor's doaen who eoaped and re mained in Sonora at the Mine of Geron imo'a surrewler, ftome years ago, and who snbit ujion the plunder obtained on eiktier sid ot tie flivMifug line of the United Sttea and Mexioo. Upon inquiry the following was received from Captain Johnson: Sax Carx.0, Dec. 3., JrOB Haoknih: There is no trutn in llw report referred io, ao far us In dians of this reservation aro concerned. They aro orderly, quiet and attending to their own affairs. L. Johnsok, Acl'g Ind. Agt. . .... Assessment work for tho year 1891 has been performed on the Maud min ing claim, owned by J. B. Willey. Notice to the Public. We have concluded to discontinue business in GjJa county. All accounts extending over thirty (80) days, aro closed, and all parties indebted to U3 ou these accounts, notes, etc., are re quested to arrange a Fottlement foith with. Above accounts which remain .unsettled on December 31stu 189,1, will be placed iu tho bauds of nn attorney for collection. Our store and dwelling for rent or sale. For bargains ip store fixturo, household furniture, etc., etc., cull at Heimmak & GiLii's. akeR3o Mistake It you itaide, from wliat you have heard oi lb (.'urea or read u( IU mcrlis, that )oti will laW floixl'g Sanajmrilla, do nut he induced to but onethlus ele widen nay Iw cTnlmed to h Glxnit the name" or"jut a govWl" Ilemeni tx-r that the stile reason for effort" to get you ti purchse wmo FubttPine Is that more profit ma, i)0 iiRile. firmly reIi all IndiirenjcntF, nnd iu Ut i.ijou lla hift just what j ou cttllt3 for. HooU'j inrsapBrllla, llitn ynu wfU not IjC cxieHment log v, itii a nctv atttclf. for Hood's Sariaparilla It Tried and True. "In onetoro the clerk Tied to induce me t bny thtir own lustfad ol Huod'j bitsajurllln Hut !io .tald not prevail un mo to chmijre. 1 hud him I knew what Hood's Mirnnvniilla ivm t had taken it, wnspetfottlysatlifled .vjth it.auil did ut WHiit auy other " Mrs. Cm. Ju dorr, Cl Tcrrueo Street, Boston, ilaw. AVo Aro A" Taking It. "Vemiilil not he w Ithodt Hood's MTnpftrllla It ii the Uit modluliitf u e ever Yn la the hoi:c My fiiinili nre nil tniciiiz it.'' Mas. J. El. Bit her, Sue JcwiuluauiIFleiuout Street, Sloekton, CaL . . Hood's Sarsaparilla Jeldhy dmggltU. $l;tUforf rreparel onl by g. t UOpt it CO., Aliettoearteti, Lbwell. Mam too Dv6scs,Ono Dollar "'J'ifyeyryy if "I lie World i:nrlrtictt The facilities of theprc'cntdny for the production of everything that will con duce to tho materi.d welfare and comfort of mankind nro almost unlimited and when Syiup of Figs was first produced the world was cnrichul with tho only neift-ct laxative known, as it is the only reinudy whioh is truly pleasing and ro fershiug to the tattle nnd piumpt and ef fectual to cl oft i io tho syHteui gently in the spring tune or, in fact, at any tune and the better it is known the more pop ular it becomes. ENCHILADASMid TAMALES every Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights', at Patton'e Fruit Store PREFERRED LOCALS 2sew goods, new Bystom and Hrices, at E. F. Kellner & Co.'s new now j store opening. , For cubtom mado clothing, made lo order itnd wairanted to fit, go to G. S. Van Waoene.n's. H F. Keljnr & Co. will havo their delivery wagon cuii regularly for or ders, and deliver goods at onco to all customers on thoir Call List. II F. Kelhier & Co. are prepared to cash all go(a checks for their cus tomers. A fine line of cutlery opened at the Post Office Store. Wostonholm knhos, Wade & Butcher, Wofetenbolm and Swedish razors. The choicest caddies can be found at tho Post Office store. E. F. Kellner & Co. have plaeed an iron watering trough in front of their old store, for public use. The Poet Office Store has received a large aaoitment of fine visiting cards, v wlding invitations, decorated station ery, etc. For bale at reasonable prices. .. If you want a good smoke call fur tho Ruby lloyal cigar, at 0. S. Van Waoemw'b. BOOMS F"OR liFT apply Wn. Frusb'a lodging houte. Babbit metal for sale at the Belt office. Handsome nw goods, presents, roceied at tho Store. Ask to see thorn. suitable for Post Ofllco The Odll type writer may bo seen at the pot olifee, where orders will bo taken for InaohTueli. Freeh caudieti, tho choicest, received otery two, voeke at the Poet Office Store 33 and 4 0 ctB. per pouad, Some large size boots at a bargain, at G. S. Van Wageneu's. Five thousand Key West cigars just received, at (i. S. Vn Wagenen's. Xew invoice of choice case ahisky received at G. S. Van Wagenen's. Choice cigars, at G. S. Van Wg5 nen's. Choice cigars jwA received at Pat ton's, two ekwrs soatli of the Paecoe ret-touran. New atock of men's gloves, kinds, at G. S. Van Wagenen's. of all .THE TWELFTH.. ANNUAL HOLIDAY OPENING OF THE i With 4 Larger and Cheaper Stock than ever before shown in Globej Consisting of Dolls, Toys and n Jiarge Stock of Books for the little ones, ul&o a very beau tiful and Elegant Assortment ....OK... Celluloid, Oxidized Silver and Fan cy Wood-Dressing, Manicure, Work, Handkerchief and Glove Boxos, Smokers Sets, Shaving Sets, Oder Stands, &c, &c.. In Lcathqr, Woodi Celluloid and Plush fJaacs, all of tho very latest Styles and Designs, and Xmas Cards, Hand Painted Hand kerchief and Glovo Satch cts, Birthday Cards, &c. GBVEtS AWAY. The Most Elegant and Expensive Dressing Case evtr brought to Globo one chance for every $5-00 worth of Holiday Presents purchased at the , ' News Depot Bazaar, 0. B. TAYWR. UE TOY 7Trnnrri rii Royal Baking Pbv3er- Has no Equal. The lloyal "Baking PofrrJcr will make sweeter, lighter. finerflavoreu And more w Iiolesomc btcad, biscuit and cake than any other leavifljag agent. It is of higher 'strength, ant! therefore goes Miher in work and is more economical. All government ami scientific tests go to show-' this. Royal Baking Powder as a leavening agent is absolutely witaoiA an equal. Rush Medical College, Chicago. . "As the result of my tests T "find the Royal Baking Powder superior to aU the others in cvsry respect It is entirely free from all adulteration, and unwholesome 'impurity, and in baking it gives off a greater volume of leavening' ga$ than any other powder It purest but algojUfttrongest powder with.y,hish I am acquainted. , "Walter S. IIai:;3, i:, 3.," Prof, rfchtmiur. Chicago College of Pharmacv. - "Tlie Royal Baking Powder, whicji tests the highest? in strength, is free from ltrmr, alum, lime phosphates or other adulterations. Its superlative purity, tiie entire wholesomcncss of its ingredients, the scientific manner in which they are combined, together with its much greater strength, make the Koyal unquestionably supe- 'rior to any other bak'ng powder. "3 ""H. D. GARRISON," Prof, of Chemistry, It. BRENT KEYSER, Preeident. L. WALKER, Vice President. Old lonisEiionOoinnierciaS Go. Dealers Bsv lEiflL Mercliandisei , .OUR STOCK Wm fSBlSE .IN EACH (ft Dry Goods, wwoAHif? wovvim Carpets, Gl ESrkrvfre Mf! Shnoe www to C.UV VIIWV, Crockery and Glassware, Canned Goods, Groceries and Grain) SHELF 31(1 HEM! EMM Agency, Giant Powder Co., Caps andFnsen vumm3Ra&n?sz&E BMJWtJeiiajJiii, firt-iBi?arESk&SJ2Jll-,I'5V SSMJX' ! Itrt.f. PrtllLli ?.Tllrin. Cures wl-ero all eL f..ils. t.to Children tak't wthot Awr an. Bv drncsi-iU. fca ui.'ii::. loix.ix i (i o r. Rct"n Lodge, I O. O. F , metts Wednen di tenhirf f each weet. at ( A. It. hall ViHtinir hrnthers in pwd ktandhiff art oor dmlly invltnl to attend. W.T. McXei.LT, X. G. II. H. McKEtLY, Secy. Knights of Pythias. rteRtlar metini; of Tina) Mnuntiln Lndfr Hii. II, TiiMtlay iiidit (if ewh k at Mb .uie lill. All brothers in Rod ttatirfiiH. art; cordially imited. Jon Aiki.nb, C. C. V. F. Wijctaoir. K. K. S. SUMMONS. TN 1 1 mill COURT. CITY d Oiiunty of San Francisco, State of California. Ella A. Waaabr, rlaiutiu", s. Iouij C. Wagnor, Ue pinlant. AclAm brought in the Superior Court, City nnd Conniy of San Frsachco, State of Cali fornia, hiwf the Omplaint filed in id Citj mid County of San t ranui'-Oii. (a the offioe of the Clerk of wiid Superior Cnrt- The I'eiitlo if the .-Ute of California nend Gretin)f to Lours C. Warner, 1 'efendaut. You are hereby letiuiretl to appear iu an ac tion Iirnogrt sRainrt you by the ahote named plaintitf in the Sujierior Court, ity and Couutr of Sun '"ranenteo, State f Cali'orni, and ti) alVswr tho- Complaint tiled thsrein within ten da(exclusiBof the day of ter- ice) aftir the service on you of thi Suummn iT Ktel within thi coimty; or If ned elwwliert, within thirty days or j'idtnntiit by default will lc taken against :oy, accord inif to the pmer of id erniilalntk The said action is brought to obtain a judg ment and decree of this courV dFuoh inir the bir)ds of matrimony noy exitlni between pl.ilntiff and drftndant upon the I'mnnd of defendant' willful neglect and dteertion also for pcncml relief, as w j!J mora lully fippear in thecomb'aiiiton-file, to which spetial refer ence i hereby madl And you ore hereby notified th it if ou fail to aj pear and answer th oaid ioinplaint a alioe required, heaid plaintiff will npply to the court for the relief therein demanded. lien under my hand and Sel of ( aam Mipenor uourt nt tlie uity ami " ' tkiumy of tan hranclsco. Mute at California, this 27th'day of July In the year ot ourliOrd, one thousand, eight hundred and ninety-one- ' War. ,T. BLATTXKK, Clerk. Tlr Fbcik V. 1vi. Dpulr CIrk. n-pI?T. Sir '' .iU"..wms.wJ,-,mKm Kin i i 4 is therefore not only the 2- zscs W. W. BROOKNER, Secretairjr. ALONZO EAILEr, Travrer it Manujoe IS ALWAYS. AiliD auauua LINE. oxmsig and Hail'r ?S3 ,vj JV5J --K Heoonimend"d by Phveiciana. Pkoarit , id apreeablo to the 1 Notice for Publication. IIometead Xo. 650. Lap Orricc, Tccecy, Arit. X U. S. Ho 13th. 1SB1. ) Kotice ia hereby civtn that the follow ing ii med settler has tiled notice of her inttntiuu 4i make final proof in nnxirt of hi elalm, and that said proof will be nude before the :ierk of the District Court, at Glbe,' AHio na, on December '.'S. 1801, vir. : Jemima liar rae, Globe, Olla Coun'v. Ariaina, for the ot 2 and 3 and S. V 1 N. B. i Section G, TowmHp 3. N. It 14 E and S. Y i S. H. J Section 31, Township 4, K. R. H E. Sh names the follow (iik vitneie to pree her conilmuHK residence upon and cultivation of, sa'hl laud, vir : Xathnn II. Liin$(ttnn, Geore-e E. Shetet Julim II. WilJey and Thomas A. Pae, all of Globe, Gila Count v. Ariiwiai HEKUERT BllUWK, Register. ihv.21-Cw oivro l'OTEC TJSlttb XaC33 WATER TITAil OTHER wxcrziL. 0i 2. 1 S-.J o h i ' j ; u y : ? f eg' ii ts n " ti m apU Dissolution of Copartuertbip. Jr Guide. vt mher 16. 11. v Tlie naHaerthip hpreieforr wdMi'mr heiwteii Denis Murphy and William Xtal is this day mutuailY rntMti'd. ' - William Carroll and Derds Murphy frry Ine'ou the boslniss oolltetiajf all nccoijnjj and payfns all ImltutetlBrs s DFN'IfIURrH.V. W1II1A3I yri iwi ?J 4 ssnresaraTSrs 'JiXIMammMJm I ?3s l '" ir 1 t 4 '4 i -y- m' 1 , . .J. mmmmMmmm afluAtrifiuttKjflMAfl auudMiAihUuyttkhUUtaiMa LIMttMHMLWMtfLttMLVtiMMLtilteii I'n..?"