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&er- i . V esgEgA?wgsaa CHEfARIZONA SILVER BELT bFJPioiAii vxrr.ft or miiiA co. Saturday, May 0, 1Q03. Kutered in the Post OJIiceal Globe, a ec-ond-eU matter, - mi i 11 l i Tliit paper i kept on Alt t K. O. Ualce'a iAuertfins Agency, 04 anil to Merchants' fexehanse, San Francisco, Cal., whete con. Yrarts for artmtUlnj can be matU for ft. ..r.iVi tJir. post oifri&B nuu&. Vfjffic open from 7 M. to 7 P. M., dally. Sundaysone liur alter mall arrives. Mall closes soins Kast and Weat at 7:45 A, ilunty" Order PepUtriient-cleses at 6 r. & daily Sunday excepted. 7 .Malts goto San Carlo and Maeyery J lv, Su.tx.iays excepieci uauu.u, nr- ieT, TinU, live, Vayaun, ac, every -mii. v. Wednesday and Friday. Ihe.e niaiU lojethotttghtprevioifa'ttBr. M. JOS. H. HAMlT.l, 1'. M. , Globe & Sin Carlos Tel? limn 0 o'elucV ,. K. to K U. SumUya 10 to ll A. it, raiih Oi. Olfic M. and 7,t 8 r. And C to 7 f. LOCAL NEWS. 0. E. Taylor, solo agont In Oloco for "Noblo whlakoy. O. N. Oreswell lias been appointed "a notary public. U ' , .Delicious canities just received aMho Tost Office Store. Go. to Hansoa & "Wilson's for mliod paints'in ahy gnnnXlty. O. "C Fjlton, of Rye, is in attend ance on co art as a trial juror. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Armor, of Salt river, "splhl several days here this week. When la need of any thing in the lino X)f pipe fl(tlng3, call on tho Old Domin ion Commercial Co. ,. Alonzo Bailey, Grand Mastor I. O. O. P., will attend the meeting of tho Grand Lodge, in Flagstaff, May 15th. Colirt stenographer AV. U flnnoy, arriv'od from Solomonville on Tues day, having been delayed a day or two by slckiioee. Man's .miled boots, brcrgans, ooarso abode, fine shoaa, baro ball shoes, danc ing shoos and sftppera, at G. S. Van AVageuen's. Foster, as a Hva&ther prophet, has lost his imputation in Arizona. His storm, liks his forecasts, appear to be nil wind. ... . o . Hanson Jk Wilson havo a very at tr&oUve dlsp.'ay of furniture. Call and Inspect it They offer Inducement to cash buyers. Maters. G. T. Petefc Ohas. Boquot, and M. 0, Webft, tT Tonto, are per forming tho part of good oitjaons as grand Jurors. - Sn Carlos is represented here thte waejs by J. II. Wlndmiller, O. Hyldahl, . Dr. Kaufman, B. L. Bonbrcok, and M, II. Norman. " A number of stockmen having cnttlo running on Salt rivorareUrrVhig thorn .into 'tho Sierra Anoha mountains whore the feed is good. - i At 7:30 p. m. to-morrow, Rev. L. II. Trimbfe will deliver nls Ural lecture. Subject Society, and will continue oaeh Sunday evening through May. All invitod. Tho Report that j-oaoMetlBnn Carlos Monday' that tho Kid had made his appearance in the vicinity of Mount Turnljull, upon Investigation", rfoved to be false. ThoBBLTstafTfe under oViHgaUons to Ohas. Banker for adoaen book beer, 'as line as any wo ever drank. It has .beon the popular beverage in Globo this week. Dr. AV. Hall earikote to leave on Monday for ,Wlllcox. Ho dosirea to "thank tho people of Globo for the pat- . ronago bestowed, and announeoe that he will return in two months for a shorl stajj Jas. II. McClintock; of th'6 Phamix .Gazette, after a pleasant and profita ble week's stay hortf, loft for Phoenix ydsterday morning. We will oxpect a good write-up in that big World's Fair edition, Jint. Among the visitors noted from the northern part of tho county aro: John McDonald, Of Pine, and Walker Moore, S. A. Chilson, John Pool, Sam Houston, C. Chilson, Wash. Gibson, .Henry Wollport, Joe Watte and J. W. Wontworth, all Of PayBon. . o . Hon. E. J. Edwards returned to Globe on Monday from Solonlonvllle, whero he has been sinco the adjourn ment of the legislature attending to legal business in tho Graham County District Court. Mrs. Edwards and laughter aro still in Phaanix. M. E. Hurley, oT Ph'uinlx, a membor of tho lower house of tho Seventeenth k Legislature, was ft visitor to Globo tills week, Mr. Hurley wasonoof tho bright est members Of tho House, and tho peoplo of Gila county, especially, havo reason to remember him kindly. ; J m The grand jury, after inquiry into the testimony supporting tho ground upon which six persons, then in Jail, wero neid to answer, ordorcd their ro- lease, xno action ot tne jury indicates a wide differenco of opinion from that bf tho committing magistrate as to their guilt. We were pleased to meet Captain Albert J Myer, commanding officer at fean Carlos, who Was hero during iho Tipro irt of tho week on court business. Tho .Captain spoke favorably of tho condition of the Indians at tho Agen cy. They are peaceably disposed and ludustriottily tllling.the soil! THE HASH MIX OAHE. Afrnngcmcnta are c6'mploto for tho reception of tho Sau Carlos baso ball team, and for tho game to bo played to-morrow afternoon. Tho visitors are expected to arrrvothtsovoning In time for tho danco to bo given nt tho Rink. Messrs. II. II. MoNelly, W. H. Hondor nYtd W. Davidson are tho reception co'mmltteW, and will bo assisted by all tho membors of tho Globe club, in making tho visit of tho San Carlos men pleasant To-morrow's progranmo liari neon lengthened by tho announcement of glass ball shooting and horse racing in tho forenoon, commencing nt 0 o'clook. Entries opon to everybody Wishing to contest. Provision lrw been nutdo for the comfort of spctators An nmplo awning will bo stretched and cooling drinks will bo furnished. Tho Globe team lias had tho ndvnntago of 60ni0 practice this Week, under tho coaching of Mr. A. h. Walker, who is taking a lively Interest In tho contest and hopes to sco our boys win. Tho game will bo oattdd at 12:30 o'clock. KNlQIlfS OK PYTHIAS. Tho ninth eesslon or tho Grand Lodgo K. of P. eonvoned in Gloho on Wednesday wUn tho following oillccrs and delegates In nttendanco : Sup. Rep,, WcbsW Street. P. G. C, Frank P. SccrisU G. C, Joseph 'C. PerrJ-. G. V. 0 Geo. SchMcrman. G. K. R. & S., E. V. French. G. I. G., Thomas Vaughn. G. M. A., W. A. McGlutus The following representatives Wero present: John Duko from Prescott, 0. Strong and George Mathlas from Risbee, Edward Branch and A. L. Bycrs from rhttmlxv Owing to a lack of a quorum being present no business was transacted. Tho moellug, social ly, was a success. Visiting delegates wore shown every attention by the members of Pinal Mountain Lodge, and on Thursday ovontng a vory cn- . joyablo banquet was given in tho lodge rooms Clork of tho Board of Supervisors, Charles T. Martin, received a lottor from ox-Govornor N. O. Murphy on Wedmwday, confirming tho fear en tertained Wiat tho bill affording finan cial relief to Gila county did not be come a law. Mr. Murphy states thai tho bill was not signed either by him self or his suoceesor, Governor Hughoe, and must have stopped in tho Enrol ling and Engrossing Committeo of tho Council. The failure of this bill to be come a law Is a heavy flnanolnl loss as woll as a great injustice to Gila coun ty, and tho investigation as to Iho oauso ftf its miscarriago should bo con tinued and the responsibility fixed whoro it belongs. In tho absence of any known motive for thjfsaUng tho will of the legislature in this matter, it la presumed that the bill was lost thrbugh tho negligence of tho member W members of tho Enrolling and En grossing Committee into vhoo hands, r the customary rtin oT tojtaUon, il P8011- Dut wheVher through the oarelassness or trickery of tho tempo rary custodian, the conseqnenco is tho same, and Gila county Is the loser. Court was opened, pursuant to ad journment, on Tuesday by Judge J. II. Klbbey, and the Grand Jury em paneled. On Wednesday morning Owen T. Rouse profontcd his creden tials as Judge of the Second Judicial District, and Judge Kibbey retired in his favorafter first presenting.; formal protest, claiming to bo tho legally ap pointed Judge Of tho Secdi'wl Judicial District, his term not having oxpired by limitation. Tho Grand Jury W8 re-crapaneled, with G. S. Van Wagenen as foreman, and tho business of the court proceed ed without any further delay. Tho (docket, both criminal and civil, is of considerable length, and court will likely continue In session ttntll tho lat ter part of next week. Neither Is It probable that the Grand Jury will com plete Ite work before Monday or Tues day noxt. , Charles Allen, an old timer of Lone Mountain, N. M., and an indefatiga bio prospector, nrrived from Joromo this week. His travels havo beon ox tensive, covering the greater portion of Arizona, Southwestern Now Mexl oo, Eovoral of the states of Old Mexico, and Central America". Every district lately visited was suffering from the (depression of silver. Of thirty mines visited, which had been producers, only one was operating and that was oxpeoted to closo down soon. Mr. Allen finds Globo a better camp than almost ahy ho has visited. There is nothing I have ever used for tmifcuW rhonmatisiA thiA glyefc as m'uch relief as Chamberlain's PniuBalui dies. I havo been using it for about two years four bottles iu nil a'a occa sion required, And aliVayS keep u bottle of it in ray homo. I beliovo I know a rood thing when I get hold of it, and Pain Balm is the best lininicnl I have over met with. W. B. Denny", dairy roan, New Lexington, Ohio. 50 cent bottles for sale ly II. 0. Hitchcock, druggist. Gontlemon's neckwear cheap at tho Fost Oflico Store. J. P. Ketehorsido. foreman for J. J, Vosburgh of Plcnennt Valley, whb ' ,w ttnvli shot Boylo n vaquer'o of tho outfit at Holbrook, two years or more ago, was acquitted of tho chargo of murder at tho lato session of tho District Court for Ap'ncho county, on tho plea of seir dofenso. Pcrsotlfl Vaiilitig eggs for hatching from puro bred fowls Brown Leg horns anil Whilo Mlnoreas should send in their orders barly, as no eggs will bo sold after Mayjst. Orders re ceived at iho Post Offlco MlSSSaa E.jTJ.-Packard, of Tonto,isMioro as a witness. . '' Furnishing goods'mnd wotkms at G. S. Van Wagonon's. Mrs. J. II. Klbbey and MIpi Bley ar rived fYotn FloTPonCoTIiu'rsday. Alonzo Bailey was a passenger on tho Rivorsido stngo'this morning. .. I..I w I' Httoheock'fl soda fountain is doing uusinosti at tho old Viand, refreshing the tlilrsty. i hi i iW Mi ' J. D. Thomas, of Florence, is herons nu important witness in the Henry Blovlns caso. Tho militia company ltad their first drill in uniform last night. They looked "scrnpllou8.-' J. B. Early, of Phuanix, who is at torney in several caj.es bofore the court, was also appointed to assist tho District Attorney In tho prosecution of criminal caBes. E. F. Kollnof s boring for artesian water on his Richland farm, near Phco nix. Tho drill struck a layer of bould ers which is interfering with Uie prog ress of the work, but Mr. Kollncr does not proposo to glvo It up so. . . . . ' - ' Mrs. W. J. Mallory and daughter, Miss Amber Cclla loft on Wednesday for Boston, Mass., Where Miss Amber Will rcYham for two years to complete her schooling. Mrs. Mallory will re turn to Globo In n fow weeks. Wiloy Jones, Dlslrict Attorney of Graham county, is among tho visiting attorneys. Mr. Jones is a lawyor of ability, popular with tho people of Graham county, and tho asporsions cast upon his character by a corre spondent of Uto Phconlx Republican aro entirely without foundation. S. Klein & Co. shipped three bars of silver bullion, over 5,700 ounces, on Monday, tho product of Fame ore-. Tho mill has been running this week on small lots of ore, 2 to 9 tons, from Joe Browsler-, RWclrtSlahauson & Bopp, fcirico & McCarthy, Wm. Vcf ron and others. . - - Eugono Trlppel has received tho ap pointment of prison 8toro-ksopor, from which it may bo inferred that his homo will bo to Yuma-, at least for tho irosv nt. Tho position is a responsible one and wo know of no ono who would nioro worthily fill it. We hope his salary is commonsuratc with tho trust Dr. B. O, Fox has just received fresh vaccine virus and is prepared to vac tjinato all persons who apply to him. Whilo Globo is distressingly healthy from a physician's standpoint, yot vac cination ie a good precaution to take, ospecially when it is hnown that Uie sanitary condition of many of the largo towns in Arizona, is wretched. Zaoh. Booth was noally plofood up yesterday by Sheriff Murphy's men. He is charged witli stealing Hour from a fctore In Payroll. Tho warrant waff nalll Irtffo froth Gila county, and shortly thereafter tho accilifld ap peared on the court housobiepa. J. B. Watkins, of Tonto Basin, roeognlzcd him and ho speedily wont under the cloak. He will be forwarded to Qlobo for trial. Gazetto. Mrs. A. Baitey and ohiulron were passengers on Tuesday's stage i Flor- oucc, where they will visit for a few davs awaiting the arrival of Mr. Bal ley, who was detained here on busi ness. They will proceed to Phcanix with the view of arranging for tho re moval of the remains of tho late John KotiB'Mlyv Mrs. Bal!6ys father, to Tc pekn, Kansas, for interment. Mr. Kennedy wsb drowned in the Verde river more than two years ago and buried at Fort McDowell. Mrs. Bailey and ohildren will go East t Hjieud UJM samiaef. Court week has brought to thoconn-tv-eat a trreat number of our best -cit izens residing at distant points in Uie county, and whilo many, no doubt, look upon their oifforced attendance nH juryman aud witnossos with a feel - inffnotaftln to christian resignation, yot they should bo in a measure to compenacd by tho knowledge that they aro doing their duty as citi'ous, and their interest in tho affairs of the coun ty is quicteiio'd, and last but not least, frolh a soclnl standpoint, tho renewal of acquaintances and forming of now oiies Is a pleasant diversion. The promptness aod eurtainty of its euros havo made Chamberlain's Cough Bomedy famous. It is intended es pecially for coughs, colds, croup find whoopingoushs", nod istho most effec tual remedy known for H1030 dfseases. Mr. O. B. Main, of Union City, Pa., says; "I have a great tale on Chamber' Iain's Cough. Remedy. I warrant every botllo ami lmyo never heard of bno failing to givo entire satisfaction." 50 cent bottles for salo by H. C, Hitch cock, "druggist. .... ... a m iiii . , Judgo Owen T. Rouse donned Iho judicial crmlno on Wednesday, and well ih hand. Judge Rduso has rilado r. ..i !,ti.. .; n,Aa u - f" "'Y'7T' 7uamotolivbat San Carlos", sOmo ono who havo had tho pleasure of meeting 7 .,.,.... , .. !: .. njT-J, .,, ,,,, ,, 1 , v- 11 1 1 . ;, " told hini it was Jnck O'lical who had him, and by all who aro In anyway , , , ,. , ... .,,'. ,, 1 im Ji- , it, i ".,,, allied lus parent, and tho kid had connected with tho court. IIo is an ' J , , , - , , ., . i., ,.., . i'h ,,.,. i mado throats that he would somo timo 1U1UU1U IUU.IUUl.llI, MltJI IUI UiWJUtuli reputation for legal kiloU'ledgO, and his judicial mothods, so far as Wo aro able to judgo, will givo satisfaction. Tho Judgo informs us ho will mako no radical changes in tho rules govornlnj procedure. One ueajrablo change, at ready in effect is that before tho coin- inqneemont of each day's eossibn tho proceedings for tho preceding day ate ronrt. nfirpotcd. and Rieiied bv tho Judge, allowing onnorkhlty, of . i- ,.- '-.r ".: 1 1" ,. course, vo uio luumieya wj guu-T ou- jec'tion to any parttheroof. after which course, vo u.10 avvoriieys wj nuiuf ou- ntwirtnTi linn'rAT'lolnrl nrHin mlnilfH'- j ..w.. w..w..-.. ., r iSMW--S-34fflfcM5' 1 "I'll llfr" - covkt )ru:i:ii(:(. . County of Gila vs. A.J. Houston .Demurrer suBtoiliod, Co Ordered striukon from calendar. ' Watkins vs. Henry Woll pert Dis missed 0)i motion of plaintiff, Mary fJlark vs. James Anderson- Dismissed for want of prosecution H. HeyeO'VB. A. Klnnoy Jury dim'-! greed. Now trial ordered, Torrftory Vs. J. W. Stanfiold De murrer sustained. Defendant ordered discharged and ball exonerated. W. II. Duryea vs. B. F. Thornton Judgment as prayer for. John A. Millor vs. S. Tidwoll Judg ment for plaintiff. Territory vs. Henry Blovlns De murrer sustained. Caso re-submitted to Grand Jury aud prisoner held in SlfiOO bail. Welch and Martin vs. Neffo ct al Nonsuit against plaintiff ordered and judgment for costs. W. H. Duryea vs. J. W. lArgont ct al Judgment for plaintiff, TH3 BULLARD PEAK INDIAN FIGnf FBED, HUGIIES CORRECTED. GrXillfc, A. T., May 3rd, 1893. Ebs. SJJA'HU Bihvk An articlo pub lished in the Arizona Daily Citizen, of April 2Stb, ivos an account of what, Mr. Fred. Hughes calls tha "Kid'a ear ly history." My recollections differ somewhat from tliat gentleman's. Ho makes tho statement that In 1870, (it was two years later, in 1872) "a party of settlors of tho country around Sil ver City fell upon and massacred a band of Apachoe, noar tho Jieads of tho Gila." Mr, Hughes fails to state tho causes which led up to tho killing, and Is wrong in his location of whero it occurred- It is true a number of men, mostlv cilizensofSilvor City, went in pursuit of the Indians, but it was not an unprovoked, cold blooded massa cre. In tho fall and winter of 1871, tho Warm Spring Indians had mado frc quonl raids upon prosjHjctors and Bot tlers; had killed quite a number of peo ple, stolen stock and committed 0 many depredations that pauonco liau ceased to be a virtue, and when, on the night of Feb. 3rd, 1872, they came into Silver City, cut down Harry White- hills corral and stolo nine head of horsos, thero was a meeting of Hie citi zens held, and il was determined to pursue and punish them, if poariblo. A picked company of thirty mjj who wero known to be ostJorionced, cool ahd delrber&lo, and who would not turn back at tho yell of an Indian, under the leadership of that intrepid and daring pioneer, Captain John Bur- lard, left Silver City on the 13th of Feb. After nine days of trailing they came upon them, the morning of the 22nd, cam pod noar what is now known as BuUard's Peak, about 40 miice norUioati of Clifton. The tnow and storm prevented the Indians from see ing our approach, and they were housed in their wiekiu with thtir squaws and children, evidently think ing fchay were aalte from pursuit. With a rush we wero upon, llieni. Tho fight was a short one; fourteen of their num ber wore killed, only four escaping. Of our men Captain Bullard wa tho olny one killed. When it became j known that this noblo life hal been Bacrilicod the men became so enraged that they begun to tear down and burn tip the wickiups. And it ra hers that tho Silver City Kid was found, not "standing upon the summit of a high TOck,abouta hundred yards distant, waving his little fist defiantly," but rolled up in some blanket, fastaaloep. When pulled out, he proved to. be a child about lliroe years old; his life was spared at Uie request of James Copley, who took 1dm to Silver City and boarded him at William Eekles' hofol. Teo was a p$ coon Sept altto house, and tho little Kid was much in terested in it. One day while they were playing in the sitting room, the coon slipped down a hole iu the floor, ' and relftied to'feonio out again, and tho ; Kid was discovered with matches atid j paper trying to smoke him out, re- j gardless of the danger of burning the IlOUSt) Ut'Wl'. XiUB illUBl JlttVW UR1 'The attempt to bum up the whole sottloraont," referred to by Hughes. However, it was thought desirablo to find him another home, and ho was taken to Mr- Campbell's, al Loue Mountain. He had been thera but al short tinao wlioit one day growing an gry with tho little babe of tho houBs, si f-lilld not able to walk) lie nicked ll a hatchet, and creeping up behind tho 1 child, was about to split Its head open, whon Mrs. Campbell catno in and rushed to tho rescue of her child. Again another homo had to bo found for Kid, General (not Captain) Ward well, with his well known kind-heartedness, determined to ?oo what ho could do AVlh hiin, and took Jiim to his home whero ho remained until lio 1 was givon DacK to ms trine, iviu was at this time betweon fivo and six years of ago. Mr. Hughes says ho knows his (tlio Kid's) parento woll, but ho miistbo mistaken as it is not probablo that of tho four Indians wlio escaped, two of - v V.;. - ' ' '1- i lhe,n wcro hlsf lra"tf: I ways been n story told Thero una nl- told, that after ho kill 0'Ncnl. ,Tho deati of that gentle man, soilio yoaro ago, fcaved him from suoh a fatp. . ONE XV110 XVas Tiiiike. Readers of tho B131.T might infer from tho nborb (as Mr. Hughos woul'd havo thoni beliovo) that the Kid spoken ' 0f is Identical with tho riotbHblis Apa- cho outlaw, "Kid.", Thb Silver City honeful was a Warrii Shrink Indian a?.aifyV.inE.I?,to:dJ'.nbonfc &?? OIU. wuua iuu, inq.J9rror of South- .-.fort Arizona Is til ptorrj Arizona ii in; t0 th'o?Ariva'ib; " TLttonVirt hftnncrt. Mnv"ci' ffinnfv a' t 3fi VftflrM nf nfR. ,,.., j , - liDiTOjia. - Lieut. P. 0. Johnson, 10th U. S. Cav- j airy, it t; charitable to suppose," was ( acquitted fey reason of the quiddities ) of tho laws and probable obtusonesa of ' a Graham county Jftry, of tho mdrdori of Henry II. Barry. Aftfl in this con iccIon it Is portinont to add ihal sec tion 1029 of tho penal code, miy havo ta inlluenco in regard to tho acqnilinl Of tho accused' It says; "No person I shall bo disqualified as a juror by j reason ot" having formod or oxprcsscd an opinion upon tho inatter or cause j to bo submitted to such jury, founded upon public rumor, or statements fn public journals or common notoriety provided it bo a qualified opinion and it appeaw to the Court that such juror will act impartially and fairly." Tho latter part of this provision gives the Court unlimited power in the eolcctioni of jurors. If tho juror says that lie has heard of tho caso In tho newspapers and treated it as an item of news, yet tho Judge can say that it 'doo, not ap pear to him that tho juror Is qualified, and oxcuso him for tho panel. The result of this is, that mon aro selected as jurors who can neither road or who aro so indifferent to tho punishmentof crime as not to diseubs tho killing of their neighbor, lionco It is, as Is often tho case, tho guilty escapo scot free. Itlritt f I'litiage Between this aud the other side of tho J broad Atlantic, in the shape of tourists, commercial travelers and mariners, agents "on the road," steamboat cap tains, ship's surgeons and "till sorts and j conditions of travelers, emigrant and new settlors appreciate mid testify to the preventive ami remedial properties Of Hustetter's Stomach Bitters in sen sicknvss, nausea, malarial aud rheuma tic trouble, and nil disorders of tho stomach, liver mid bonds. Against the prejudicial influences of climate, crude ly cooked or unaccustomed diet find J impure water, it is a sovereign safe guard, ninl Imb Ween "to regarded by the traveling pabhc for ovor a third of a cuiitnry. No form of malarial fever, from the calcntura of tho Pacific and the broken .bono fevar of the Mississip pi, to its milder types, can resist the curative action of this benignant pre server and restorer of health, a verita ble boon to persons in feeble health or liable to incur disease. , jf- . Dr. J. H. Chase, a graduato of tho Chicago College of Dental Surgery, has opened an ofilco on Broad street adjoining tho Public Reading Room on the south. Ho guarantees all work. A ct.,iii ..f turtar baking lri Itlrfliewt if all In lnvmn ituiuth Lttwt I . J. -ivviimu'ttt t'..l I.'tix-it WftWi.ll St., .N V F. & A. M. Tho regtilnr meetings of White Mountain Lodf, No. j3, for the yonr 1S93 will bo hold na follows: January 6th, Juno 20th, February ' MareViSS, April Oth, May 4th, June 1st, August 31st, September 28th, October 2Gth, Ndvmbor 23d, Decomber 28th. Election of ajficowr for lBi tftkos' place rto,(i,xiM. Spoeial meetings anbjeot to call by'tjie XV. It Ciias. A. Pisk, Seo-. Pioneer News Depot takee sub scriptions for all Atnerlcanand foreign newspapers nnd periodicals. Keeps school books, stationary, blank books, fancy goods, notions, pipoa ami tobac cos, toys", Colgatb BOaj, perfumes, florida wator, bay ruin, etc., etc. O. E. Taylok, Prop. Don't forget When you want to order your spring suit of olothos, that I havo ailn,Jjnoof somploe, and guarantee good fit and roneonRblo prices. , 5. S. Van WAdBNBN. Fi'no chocolatos and cream bon bons just received at thb Post Office Store. Tho Globo Library is oponovory day from 11 a. 111. to -1 p. m., and from 0:30 p. m. td.10. p. m. Sundays front 11 a. in. to 0 p. m, 1 . C. E. Taylor, dealer in fino wines and liquors, California port, claret, White and Eclipso oxtrn dry cham pagne, imported cognac, gin, Jamaica rum, Scotch whiskey, Dun, uordon a W. & A. Gilbcy's shqrry, and Pommc ry Sec. Dublin Stout, Dublin ginger aid, apollinaris, &c, &c. Honee to rent G. Apply tq Si Van Waoeen. Taylors siieclaltloal Hoffman Houso cigars and Ncblo whiskies. All kinds of wineu and liquq'rs, td baeco and cigaw, at G. S. Vaii Wnge non's. If you want a strictly pure atid un adulterated whiskey .fotlUnulypr me dicinal use, call for Planet wlusjioyl at O. S. Van Wagoneh's, .' Just received, direct frora.N.ow York, 5,000 Hoffman Houso Deduct cigars- -Rotlischild's. t .C T&. Tayloiu Ifyqu want a,6tiil of clothes, ready .- X1 1 madtfor madi ws oruer, go co u. a. Van Wagonon'si Baking m Msoufey ' ' t0 Pure &0F aFttV1' JUIl' IV From Pure Bred Lei 51,25 Per Selling of 13. I ambrecduitfrtftnViewiBntnfritncl:! Ji .11 C N'... r .!i. ! Ilil.. ..f. ": tuirti i nun .uw ik uuu jimmis Ks fr.ii.1 WH1TK SUNOHCAS and LJfJIlT ItlEAIiJIAS lur sale later in f, the eakn. . " ? Brown mm i j-VKv'i'lT'd to anv r,it of, the :"gg Territory and a K"a hitch uuirinUeu, r- J.ll. IUM1LU &?. UK-be. A.T. R. BRKNT BVSRR. rmlnV, 'A. L. WALKKU, Vice-Preildtc ?r "vl J J J J ilf J ij J v C wT J iilEiAL Merckndise-. Whl&t St Mi 6-U Sk I so t .th hair nr Price Of Qoecn'a Acl!-ir-ilrtni allied fronif.h rrallnnl flnA mnn nr ilamM r IT IS PERFECTLY HARMLESS AND msk -, i?:m&miJ pood u-ertrrfyronfMnlIl ThUadTertlermmt H binest rc atratjbt fo-ward liTerr cont-ii it. We Invito von In rt-! with ri T-Minlll elml even 1 Inr M rer-rentrd tut WW a ndl-diy naris OUrrjs CHEMICAU CO.. 174 Brcc Strict, CINCINNATI, O. Y" rfrtleryoS,citf5atany INwtomse to Insure IHBafedeliv.r.T v will pay SHOO for any caa of fallaro or allshtctt Injury in nnvtnHi-iT. l'vry bottlo cnarantecil. QDEP.l (I -To Udlea who In-rodw- nd .-U among their frienaj 5 Botuea or nej mo "-i3 -ortUlllLwa will preitnt with a SIZ.KDRUSS.U rardi beat allk Eltra l4ie Bottla aodanjer. ct ana to aeieot trom lent wim oraar. RjS lie A Oiilh M "..cine. Recomrsenderl b' Phy- - - fGS 'urfj,t.:r6 ahc4- U? Vitus st ' drgrciuiu - ES tabto ClilJr"ntaki.tuthoutrl,iivT -. D-3rcr g-j.(j - t-B a ? 19 ij j ij 1 1 as vO& Hfcof V J? n .DEALERS GENEEAL MERCHANDISE W Lartra Slock of MUCKiMQiTU GvershirtsiL Hats, i Groceries, Liquors, Tobaccos, Cigars, fro mm nn ,C M 1 rp gf J iTRST-DLASS MEECAlfflLE E8TABLISHM1HT-. Sschange drawn on all parts of the Uni ted States and Europe; proposals 1'Oit MliiH'AUY scr- I PUBS AX.IIOAD. SlWTIONS.-Ilead. nimitera nei'TtiVjit ot Arizmia, Olliecof the Chief QuailVniiMUr, Lna AntteleK, Cal., April Hr 159.1. 7!i )in.i"al, in tl'iiIicato, will be lew tied at thia ihoe. tint!! 1 1 o'cl ck s. mi tJ0.M.v 81I1. 18US, nml then niKiivtl (JL the tireae n- of aitenilititf l.liitlcrs. Co for fitiniatniu; P...... ,...il VV'.ld. .., II. ..t KlCll.tnc in the Department nf Arii'.n-t tlUijHif the fical year ciMuiiirncin. Jtilv jv lo'J3. and ending .Ihiiu W, 1804 Blixn-i Jurms for iniAl nni lalfcrnotinn t'i lii'liifru, will be (ui-nish?.-! ivn npiAictticin t'i thj-t nlfice. or.tn any PimJ, Qiiaru;jimlsrih Die n-wrtircnt. The "r crniiH'iJI rere tFio rij;lit to reiect any j.I all l.i.lf. jf. B. ATWCOir, Major and Chief Quftrtcrmaster. apj irMi "31- Mi tJJtfJ ?'...'1. -'i1 :&.- ...' - ..iSrtHH. rCifi -"llBKHBHjHVXi A TIT"'" - fes5rfeASKS e- a. '.jiJ&ii'mjB!i. '3stSalSi -s-t tml --5V SPrrrCTpft?K--jp? 1 -w. 'ALONZO BAILEY, TrtMu'rh W. W. BROOKNBR, "" Maaager'jc Sretaj i?i MH DIIGOVERV byaGGIDEHf IncompouodSnr olaUon a put was acciuently tpllIM on tbt Land aodon vasbln;MfipiHar(Uv.as dtvuM-rea tb&t Ice batr feas cora piMHy ri-mivwl We al on, m tbts ncJrrfDl preparation, anlho ixiarkrt and u crM t"14 bttea tlu- detuand thai n are new latrtdirl&ff it t&TMiFbost Ike rcrld ucoertl! etnitot Unecb'a AuU-llalrino. BirnfLt ant cniLu van ust it. and dp y the ruin ore for a few mtoot. ant tta hair'dlwpp'a,ltby mnU ittr,cnlie iilitesipalnarlnlnry nif Icira4iati'0rre Thitixula r' I.A1H1 SwtobaTe been aiireyva w,ihllrootb-.rr ICK. M'tU nnl AltMS attnt lt merlta. tll"Sri.K5tKliOdonotr-prf jieabeanSorbaircntneirBetk, .! nri.l-H. hnAn In fl.iBn-. A i, E.llnl flu Wlifth dOCS kVtT w! Ii bhanii-. by rcndriPB In fun re jvwth an utter ImposabWltr. tl nerbotlle tenl In fct n ilineri rtaee pldbroteo:rr idmoneeor Hampsbr Inn r with full aMreMwrltten plainly, cwg t,v InlT. r With full fllMrww written P" ot4 A tat aod Good Balar? or Conouuoa to juts'. JL1 Hardware, Tinware, Mining Supplieiij andEverp thing kept by a YELLOW 9 DANVERS Postafe; Paid $1 per lb. Special Liot of VEGETABLE SEEDS on Apli'catio!. Correspondence Solicited. TRUMBULL & BEEBE. Importers. Grnwert apS Dealer? InStSI?!, ittjipo era runni-st 419 8tHl J.MtOMn IT.. but VrxjicJat. Calr- - - ' tpit-4 IK ; l i . r .