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tOfirVi? ' 1 . 'if.mt,tll Y ? i 'THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. oitici.u. imi'hh if ;iuv( ou.vrv. j3 Saturday, August 12, 1893. iuijUsion And facts. Itanium, tho showman, verv Irllly said, "Tito Yankee Nation paya to be humbugged," and having oouglit onto tlifi fact, ho embraced tho oiibuttunitv uy axniumng ;no wooiy iiorso, wiiuo ! I .4 4. ' .1 II . elephant and kindred curiosities bor- dorlng upon tho wonderful in natnro, and at the same tlino demonstrated that his ostimaUnif Brother Jonathan's ,qndullty was eminently correct Act ing upon tliat hypothesis ''great dai lies" niaunfnchire flown but of wholo - (jloth, givo it currency, and call itjoiir nalistic ontorpriso. And now at this UltS day, tho Yuma Times chidos tho budding correspond ents who dish up remarkable occur rences for ''live journals," having the "largest circulation of any printed in tho nineteenth century, on a stonm pfess of unrivalled capacity." Tho Times suggests tr and feathers as a 'ineamCof ridding their town of thoso .literary architects who throng that lo cality. It says tho daily litorary diet tthich thoy dish up fo"r ontorprising journals are "stupendous tales of Earthquakes, lakes of ink, mud volca noes, impossible railroads; Improbable hotol sohomos on mud flute, burled .stone oltios, irrigation systems costing millions of dollars." ljhiwo callow newsmongers, upon whoso chins tho downllko unshorn "Volvol, has just bogun to sprout, nro trot atfflio In the literary line iu Arizo na. There are others of rfnflpo yASrs in wordly wisdom, whose peil tips nf-yS unsubdued, and who indulgo ill dia tribes peculiar to thomsolvos, and suah ft one is "Tho Arizona Kicker." Iu its last, it essays a report of a trial, iu an Arizona court, for damages instituted by a denizen of Hungry Gulch, who wanted to go somewhere, saw a train .coming thought ho would wait its arrival; and being tirod sat down on a rail, was run over and denuded of a log". Ho was patohod up and gradual ly becoming sober instituted suit, al leging that that log originally was worth 5,000 to its lato proprietor. At first blush tho railroad company con templated proving an alibi on tho part of tho train, but thought better of it and did not tako the trouble to do oyon tht They took the much alm jVlaf method of proving to an Arizona jury that tho plaintiff's nethor limb was a cork log. As a fitting sequol to tho above, wo reproduce tho account of tho hanging of Haokney, tho senior editor of the Arizona Silvek Bbt, by ths thumbs,' which appeared in tho $h&nfx Ga zette of the 7th inst. It is as follows : "Many people aro aware that H.tck- or tho hilvkr ublt, hatea and de- ifsos the military, but few know the reason why. His dislike to bloc cloth and brass buttons was said to have arisen through the following Incident : During the latter days of the war iiacKney was running- a lively papor at Silvor City, New Maxinq, or some- j whore in that vicinity. Tholbuenil , , . Q. PM M "i,. army of occupation w$ decidedly offl- opinions. The Star of tho Cth charges cjous in its interference wiili custom.) that tho Citizen of a previous date and local law, and so tho editor wrote . said r "Territorial warrants aro not A soothing editorial in which ho de- orU, thopap-er upon w'hich thoj' are slared that tho military power should I I4tA ,f nnn ., u'a ni,. over bo subordinate to civil law. Tho! writt6n" The Gltlzen hx ita fPlj oommandant of a noar-oy post wasjdooa not onter a denial of tho charge so incensed at the article that he placed hut oomos baek unon tho Star bv the bold journalist under arrest, had , charging that tho Territorial Govcr him convoyed to the post and triced I ,tAt .k1 .,,1... tlla i,., iTp by tlie (humbs for a while. Luoki-! nor lte ostensible editor, "is playing ly he was" fries' & tlgliter Weight than into the hangs of.warrant shavors and now, anil so ho survived." nils is all nows to tho alleged victim 6t military despotism. If snoh a hang ing did occur ho says homusthavo Tje.on chloroformed, a charitable act on IJjo part of the military, as ho has not the slightest recollection of so paiuAil an infliotion,rexcop'iipon.the person of Joseph G. Knapp, presiding Jud"ge 'of the 3rd'. Judfciat -bistribt, who had visited Siinta I'a irt obedlenco of a Ter ritorial law requiring him to bo pres ent and participate in tho holding of a term of the Territorial Supremo Court. His offenso in tho oyes of General .Tames n, Carloton was that ho would npt stultify hlmsolf in bowing to the dictum of tho tyrant who ruled Now Moxico and Arizona with an iron rod, although those Territories, were ex empted by proclamation of President Lincoln, in conformity with an act of Congress, from tho category of the re-' lfclllous States, districts thoroor, rind Territories. Knapp and Hackney were not alone in the light in bolialf of tho people of Now Moxico and Arizona against tho oitragous-(Kis of GeiTerbls- Oarleton and West. Steven B. Elklhs. thon a- rasldont'of Jrosilla, New Mexico, and-! late becrotury of War under President Bonjamin Harrison, -fjis. zouoisty and actively co-operating in that behalf and in doingso knowingly jeopardized his personal liborty. Tho triuno stood its ono mari, not against tho boys "in blue cloth,"' but against tho wanton acta of thoir rknking commanders who, had thoy reoittved thoir deserts, should havo been tried- by drum-head courtmartial and dismissed tho army. Oarletou, during tho unpleasantness, for an attempted assault upon fhff late Epifanlo Aguirre, was Invited to a per sonal encounter upon tho flold of lionor, and failing to respond to the ohallonge, was. waited on by Dr. Mlohael Steck, tho second of Aguirre, and presented tho alternative of a prompt response, to fight or apologize, or upon fiiliure to do either, to suffer ihe indignity of bolng posted as a cow ard. Ho showed tho white foathor'and was qn time with a written apology, rffterwhloh the commanding genoral was les3 dictatorial. The average number of prisoners Confined iu the territorial pmiitentiary Varies from about 130 to 150. To ko,flp ihefio man the average cost to the tor- TJBqryfB ko fees t&s 3"0,000 a year. thi: ciiicuso cflMiri(ix Thooftect or tho great blmctalllo convontion at Ohicnfjtilias undoubted ly been favorablo to the causo of frpfi fillvOf; It was a rcprosontntlvo bouy, bompoBcd or prominent men from ol" most ovory Stnto and Territory in tho Union, roprohontinij htarly ovofy class nud vocnlldlV Of our population, Und voicing tho honest opinion of tho, mnf-Hes, and not the Bolllsli hiteruHt of any Ht'ction or olasa. ThocaiiHo of bimetallism was plainly rfM.1 ititrflUllt llnl.-wi " uuum wii There was no oxtravajrailcd of language, but ti,0f tUtiswy UiiHriiolfca-r dubIiioh Btraight(urwurd conservative Htate ment of tho wrongs and burdens forced upon Iho people by Iho liohsplr Scy to demtuioUito BlWor, And a sturdy demand fof Iho ftnioratiOil Of tho white motnl to Iho position it hold prior to 187H as a monotary metal iu tho United Slates! Tho resolutions declare! "Thoro must bo no compromise of this question. All legislation demon etizing silvor and restricting the coin ago thoreof must bo immediately and completely repealed by an act restor ing tho coinnpo of tho country to the conditions established by tho founders of the nation, which continued oVor olghty years without complaint of any part of our pedple". Wo protest against tho financial polioy of tho United States bolng made dopondont upon tho opinion or tho policies of ahy foreign govornment, and assort tho powor of tills 'nation to stand on its own leet and logislato for itself upon all subjects. Wo declare that the only remedy for purely metallic financial troubles is to oixin tho mints of the nation to gold and silvor oil equal terms at tho ratio of sixteen of silvor to ono of gold. Whenever silvor bullion can bo ex changed at tho mints for legal tender silvor dollars worth 100 conte, that momont 412J -grains standard silvor will bo worth 100 conts, and as com merce equalizes the prioos of all com modities throughout tho world, when ever 41SJ prains standard Bilver Is tforth 100 cents In tho United States, thoy will be worth that everywhere olso and cannot bo bought for less." ,The convontion was important In that it was national in its bcopo, and tho result of its work will be lasting. A pormanont organization was offect ed, tho ofllcors being Gonoral A. J. Warner, of Ohio, Prosidenti and Gfco: I Washbufit of Boston General Sec retary. Colonel A. C. Fisk of Colorado and H. E. Taubonock of Illinois wdro mode honorary members. A commit teo on ways and menus and ono on propaganda wore appointed, aiid it was decided that officials of tho Gen eral Committee, togothor with mem bers of tho ub-oommlttees, meet In Washington, most likoly to remain thoro until the closo of tho session of Congress. .IKIZOMV 1'ISA.Mf Mi KMR.ICKAJbiT TucsOn Journals, tho Citiron and Star, aro at loggorhoads in relation to tho financial condition of tho Terri tory, and are liberally sheddinc print- era ink tn reference to thoir respective money londors." Inasmuch as tho general public is interested in a knowledgo of tho finan cial condition of tho Torritory, tho Belt is positive that warrants on tho general fund aro not paid for want of funds, and that the presont prospect of their rodomptCon Is based upon tho sKlo of Torrltorial bonds which if offected, would only bo ji temporary roliof without reducing Territorial in debtedness. Tho chief panacea, how ever, advocated by politicians out of a job, is statehood, which assuredly would add to our already .burdensome taxes in consoquenco of required addi tional drafts upon the treasury to sup port if, ' without corresponding bene fits. Tho future of Arizona is so close ly wrapped in ila sablo vest that no' njortal oyo can penetrate ita futitro. Tho array of figures as set forth in the! Governor's message to tho Seventeenth Legislature, showing our indebted rfbss, IS appalling. Tho dayof strikss soom to bo num bered, judging from 'tho action of sev eral of tho Statoi".' Tho arbitration bill which was recently passed by tiio IUiiiois Legislnturo provides tlinf 'all qiteaHons of dispute hshrta'ii' employer ami craproyes, which cn not bo ami cably sottled, shall bo snbmittod to boiird of arbitration, tb consist of ihe county judges and two othr porsons, oue to be choson by tho arnpjioyor and tho other by fho empfoyep." This .is an iinprovemsnt on the Now l'orfc Ar bitration Commission, iVhoso sorvicos may or may not be utilized, accordifig to the option of ono or another" o'f the disagreeing parties T&a paid attendants at the World's Fair for the fhreo months (one-half of the period' it is to remain open) was 7,- 000,000. It is not probablo that tho attendunoo dnri'ng thb futfor half of its existence will show any fncrahse, so the gross receipts from" fidaii&ions will not exceed 37,000,000, and is likely to fall short of those figures. Therefor6y fiu'anaially, it is certain tho fair will bo a great failure The chiof cause,- n6 doubt, is the hard times throughout r tho , United States, although tho un ' friopdty attitude of tbo railroads, in refusing ,to. make, low rates,." has had ,nnioh to do wlth"tij& tmaH atiudnce. i -"' 'fciTif-iur,r IV A M.T MlO.J,. T,ho reason why thoro nro so many pooplo on the gold nttlo, says Qoh. A. J. Warner, thb ybtoran president of tho sliver nshoclntiota, as becaush they tlo not undorsUid Iho auostion. Mak ing a single gol'd slanclard means iho doubling of thb vlebts of tho wotitt. A few thousand liUUIonaires own thrce fo'urths of tho debts, and they want td bjj paid off iu ah expanding currency: That is, Bilvor ould bo depressed in pfloo and gold wiuld go to a premium. There is not onbqph gold on earth Thoro is about flOO.000-,000 in gold ItV tho United States, and I can name tho people vfho hii'vo it iioardcd. They aro not man'. Russia has collected a war chest of 5500,000,000 ill goldj Austria now lias treashrea up $l2C,OO0,000j England has tibodt 500,000,000, of Which $125,000,000 is in tho Bank of England. Franco lifts tho largest treasure of gold and silver. With ft Binall iVUmbor of millionaires, as corhpared With all the people, con trolling 'tho debts of the world and holding tho gold, how can tho debtors pay off thoir dobts in gold when they haven't it and can't get tho yellow metal? How long would tho pooplo Btand such grinding, such doubling of their liabilities? Is it any wonder that somo silvor men who understand tho gigantic scheme talk of war to en force thoir rightB? Tho Government has on hand nhotit 130,000,000 ouuecs of fiuo silver cost ing 118,000(000. The coiuago ya'nu of thi bullion on hand is about 1G7, 000,000. If this in coined ,tho govern ment would realizo a profit of about 18,000,000, against which eUver cer tificates could bu issued. It -ffduld take, however, it is stated; with tho presont coinage capacity of tho Unitod Stntos) nlWut Ato years to contort this bliliion into silvor dollars. Silvor cer tificates, by law could only bo i&sued on tho profit as coinod. Congress mot in extra session on Monday, and thus far nothlilg" of im portance has transpired save tho de livery of tho Presidents riiesaagd, and a preliminary skirmish between the opposing forces over tho all-important question of silver coinage. As was an ticipated President Cleveland is un equivocally in favor of the repeal of tho Shorman silver purchase law, and recites at length tho alleged ovils of a redundancy of silver money in our circulation. A telegram of yesterday states that Congress was still "chew ing tho rag" over tho message. Sdilfttor Teller says: "The uncon ditional repeal of tho Sherman Ian is itepofiflible. All the claims rootle by Eastern mon opposed to silvor that i'a'ongh votes will bo mtistcred iu the Senate to reptal the net is not true. The silVor mon will not be able, per Lni (u Secure tho enactment of a law that will be entirely satisfactory, but they are in a position to force tho op position to a compromise. Tho situa tion is even better than anticipated n few days ago." ia The invebtfgaClo'ii iSla llio affairs of the dtfrfftct Pacific Bank, of San' Fran cisco, shows it to bo rotten' to the core. Tho overdrafts allowed by tho bank foot up nearly a million dollars. Among the debtors of tho coucorn tho Chron icle says: The Arizona Improvement oompany owes S5000, which is unse cured; Miltoy &' liino'. of PhiDntx, Ar izona, raised $28,000 on their laaro names. Among tho borrowers aro Wm. Christy, 1000; O..M. Shortridge, 95, 000. Tnl.f (looil Cure or llir Children. P.oictsviujs, BuiujsaTosCo.,N. J., July 17, 1893. Our baby, now four teen months o(d, was taken with ovory symptom of cholera, infantum. I com menced using Chamborlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhcea Itcmedy and after tho first fowdoseshewas roliovod, and at this writing is as well as evor. I feel that I cau not speak too highly in Its praisoi Mrs. Wm. E. Beed. For sale by II. 0. Hitohcock, Druggist. An Eastornpaper says that iiiotfoy on'call iu Now York Aug. 1st, brought an eighth of 1 per cent, and iutorest, equal to obout 51 por cent, per year. Sevfiral times during the six weeks pre ceding money was in demand at a rate above 70 por cent. P. & A. "Jr. -Tlie regular moetings of White Mountain Lodge, No. 3, for tho year 1893 will b'tfhold asTdllbwsi January 5th, Juno 20tn,- February 2d, August 3d, March 2d, August 3lBt, . Aprif Cth, September 28th, May 4th, October , 26th;' t June Isf, NoV&jiber 23(1,' Docembor 2SthV Election of officers for 1804 takes placo No.vb'riUwjr 23d. Special meetingo subje'ot'to call Sy tho W, ti. Cuas. A. Fisff, St'c'y. nvnl a Trnttfrffg fna' Lift Whitehalii, n". Y.,Sepf. 20, 18D2. A commercial traveler canto iuto fiiy Store recently and eaid'r "I am loek- in'g for sonfetBihg that saved my life' I was taken with torrible" syinVitbins of cholera morbiW about a year' ago and' stopped into some o'toro along th'fS stroot and got a cure for it." I snov5od him Chamberlain's Colic, Ckolora and tDfari'liOMt Remedy. lie did not rec6g- nizd it at first but on tearing off the' wrappdr savii" "Yes, this is it. It saved my life. I don't used it now. bub I am koidc to buv. thiso as not to bo without it." Tfiu remedy meets the wants of the people and edIJs well here. C. II. BEOUauiON. Druggist. (For Esle by II. O. Hitchcock, Druggif, "- -f -- - wtJ. ake No Mistake I( you (eclJc, from what you hve beard oi Its cures or read of Hi merits, tbt you will ;tak flood's SarsaparlJla, do hot n induced to buy something cho whlclj, .j-.Vny bo claimed to b -obout tho amo"or''Ju"rt a g5d." Remem ber llmt tho nlo rcaaon for elthrti to fret you to purchHKo lorae antntltnto U that roOro profit may be made, Firmly rcattt all induccnienta. and In- list ou having Just what you ctllwl for, Ifood'a i enriaparlllb. Then you will not cfe experiment Int witil la licw article, for Hoodt SarsaparllU It Tried and Trub. "In onostnro theclerL irivd to Induce ma to buy their owu Instead ot itood'a Sariaparllla. But be .culd not prevail on mo to change. 1 told him I 'loievr what llood'a Rariaparllla was, I bad taken It, was pc'rlectly saUsfied with It, aud did not vraut anyotller." Mil. ELLA JL Qorr, CI Tcrraco Street, Bcttuu, Mass. Wo Are AM Tnklng It. " We could hot bo without Ilood'i Eartaparllla. It is the best medicine we ever kept Iu. the house. My family are all taklu; It." Mrs. S. 21. IUe ber, EkH ioaquiu and KrcmOUt Ellutti, Elocktou. Col Hood's Sarsaparillii 5oId by druRglsU. iljclxforVV i'fepared only by C. I. HOOP & CO.i Apothecaries, Lowell, Moss. IOO Posos Ono Dollar Wm. Zimmermann, OAEPENTER ami BUILDER ....and.,; Dealer in Furniture. Has on hand at all times a select assortment of furniture, of the latest dtsit'iu, for siile at moderate prices. AUo. Pajfr Hanging Neatly Done. UNDERTAKING a Specialty, tar Otdtra taice b I or Quods not la StocV. Wit, ZtMMKitMANN, tJJobd Arizoha. SUOllTY SAYLEll'S LiYery&FeeflSlaMe. Htiraes lloafded by the Day, Week or Month. Saildle .Horn's, Sincle .Horn's, Sincle JJnvinj; iiorses Teams for hire at all times. StU Best Jttehlion Given Stock Left in my Care. Prices Reasonable. The UNIVERSITY of ARIZONA J Ydt AriEDtla Student of either ttx. Thinl Year Begins Sept. 27, 1893. TUITION FIIEE. New CutAiofpieof J00 1'aftec tells e erythintf. We knpw all neeiU of every class, ami have provided fully. EUECTlVE COURSES. Coumes in Callees oi Afrriculturc, Mines, Natural Science and Letters. I'rephratory School mid Schools of Art and Business. Address, Dn.TIIEO. 15. COMSroCK, I'resldent of Kaculty, juli22 4mJ Tucson, Ailzona. CONSUMPTION BRONCHITIS SCROFULA COUGH OR COLD Throat Affection "Wanting of Flesh Or any JHsense whert thi Throat and Zuiyft or JnflnmrJ, Lack if Strength or Jio-W Foaer, you can b relieved and Cured by SCOTT'S EMULSION OF PURE COD LIVER OIL With Hypophosjftii&i.. . palatable: as milk, Utk for Seotl'f EmuUlon, and let no ex planation or tolteitatlon indue you to accept a tubitttuti. .. v Sold' by tiiijrugpisu. v SCOTT &. BOWnE.Chomlota, N.Y. tmA Prom and rtftcr JatfUary 1st., tho fol lowing" y111 Ije tn"e fates for Lum ber deliTerod fri Globe: HOUGH LUMBER,....,..,'.'.. ?C0.00 DRESSED LUtyBJSR,, .;. , . .'.'.'. 70.00 FLOOIUNfi TONGrtiED and GkToOTOD .' 7B.00 RUTl6'.. .,... 75.00 sawed'shingxes,. .....,... a'oo MJNIKG ThMIiER&-SVecialraVes on application'.' K9-' KEEP ON HVKI), and'iov'.ale, PanolDoors.Screen Doors, Witt- Idow SafllieOEW If You Have Saw Mill. HAVE YOU TRIED -wasrisc aTca"W7" 1. mmmmmmmmi iiHiiiriHi of iruMi "inuiYMW" -M)mimxz-Tr?f6 WlMWT """ 'i'VUimV' eCMrf&i g& NivV,' Improred. Patented AnDllSno n, i,S)okmM Hgw neta or Men, Free with all Belts. '7MB . wib iwMmaKmrmmjMm v . "r-! "v:- t i w 'nnwuiiff Tiriffi rrtfi n inr-r a vvs.',r:-,'in,jrxmmmmmmmiArL.Mrj9tirlii -'ixu- r.. "wmsM vmmsim v'mm&r a rm More Belts Made r and Sold and More Sufforors Cured than by all other El&ctrle Belts oomulnodi gj; , 33 yMCT MM 0M mmm. 'rm Tlid Groftieat BfiSn BB fearth l Iloalth and Vigoroua Strength. It Dringa TrtESKCttLORADO GENTLEMEN WRITEU8- YOU JflAY WR)TTO THEM SEE BELOW. HtftvOUS EXHAUSTION AND DEBILITY CURED. V i . t)sntr. lr.i. T Bind.n Dr BIrfl wish to sir for lti uuu i bo ono ox lour xaMino heiu iwo monias sao ot U most MTr of nerrons txliaiutloa, and I curatlre properties, at 1 have bten and am still crowing stronger ererr da since Ulna It, sad will ihortlr talte UoS feellnx that I ra pertaetl, cured. Xoors Itpeotfollr, B. U BWiYlK. rirtman Oterlaad Ootloa Mills, INDICESTION, LIVER AND KlfcflEV DISEASES CLlREb. , . Longmoat. Colorado, Jalr S3,' OX Dr. k. T. Benden DearSln-I .bts'liht one ot rour Iwlla while In Iron, last January. I was than troubled .mla Indigestion, constlpatloo. Urer and kldne, .nnltl. T wa tfJtnHTftllv ilftblliutAil. and fflmt U, Ihkt nnr lM.lt I. all ,fi. nn claim for It. as It has helped feu wcsdutollr althoogh at. I here also found that II Is pair nooesurr to appl procure a souad saiiofsreiti bmp isaurs u loiiowiunie. " '" " fit-4 Sondon'a Kloctrio licit Willi sours uefpecuujir, and we warrant it to euro any of tho above weaknesses, and to ciJargo shrunken limbs or part, oar book at once, sent scaled, free. Address! luvBtruuKiu w wct u .uikc vi .voaaurse iu SANDEN ELECTRIC CO. Malaria Malaria and chills and fever are duo to the inhala tion of watery Vip6rs and Cases arising from decay, lngvecetatlon. Tbohumld BprlngaadActtimiinonthi find lttlio worst. It Infests both city and country. Tho victim is continually tired, and wont but, Lai tsd energy, is subject to aches and pains in the baclr. and limbs, and Is pert firing ono moment and edd tho next. Joy's Vegetable Eartaparllla is more cfTecllro in this trouble than all the potash Earsapsjillsj put together, for tho plain reason that it has stimulating properties and d perfect bowel regulating action hot found tn tbo others and yet that aro absoliita hecesii ties in tho cure of this ill. ). V- & soon rcgulitea It out of tho system. " t bad a bad caso of malaria, t teemed nnablo to check it and being over seventy years old, wu Very uneasy, hnally, 1 tried J. V. & ft cured" me and I cm now hearty as before." , M. R. Dinmett, Kewcsstlc, Ctl. Vegetable Sarsaparilia Insist on oy'a .ilost modern; if oit effect Ire, Vet same pricci It is tbo only bowel rcgulatlsi darsaparilla. WTi'or Sale only by H. 0. HITCHCOCK. Begular Price ONE DOLLAR a bottle. "FAR3VIER" MILES, MOST NOTED CASTRATOR IH THE WORLD Has his method! now in book form, and for gale, fully IHuistratlnp his roost approved methods 0 Altering Colls, HnayingCatUe and. Dogs. 'especially Ridgling Horses, etc. Also showing his ropes and instruments, and telling- tho best after treatment of castrated stock Very Important to all stock owners and castralors. For prices and particulars of book Write him at Charleston, Coles Co., 111. CAVEATS. TRADE MARKS. DESIGN PATENTS, COPYRIGHTS. etoJ I for Information and freo Ilandboofc write to MUNN CO VA UrtoanwAT, New YoiiiC. Oldest bureau for securing patents In America. Krery intent taken out by us Is broueht before the publra by a notice given freo of charge tn the rest circulation of any sclcntlBopaporln tho d. Bplondldlr IllustritoJi. No Intrlllfrentl ; should be without It. Weekly, S3. 00 a t riJOslx.months. Address AIONN OOw, itu,n, ...11 llHwil.n, MfVp.VMW.Ntw work man joar uouautns, 301 Uroaawoy, Wow Vork City. NOTICE OP FORFEITURE.' mo josfirn sheehan, nis heirs J. or assigns, or to whom it may concern, this is to notify you that 1, as co-owner In the Guv.. Ciirtjn, Calcmut and Oxide mining cif.uiuitsivvifci'i.'uipii, xwiit;r iiaiuiux xiebi.vv. Conn'y of Gilav Xeyyitoryof Arir.ona, and' ffsjiectiyely and rnors jiarticularly described in llolik 1. naeo 433. Root 1.. tiaee 430 and bqolt 3, page 472, of Gila Coutty Mining Rec orus,i ha.ve done antl performed the.atirrual work on said claims, aa required by law, namelyj rAthe Gov. Curtin and Calemut for the years ll$8, 1889, 1800, 1801 and 1802, and on the Oxide iprthriyear 1892- . 1..,. This, therefore, js to notify you that if .you, an not pay yotirluu proportion pt the cost ot said wof.l?,, tjOgethcr wjtli the cost of this ad vertisement, (v.ithin ninety, days after the ex piration of this notice, your interest inlaid, mining claims, ajt co-owner, will utterly ceasa a,nd by qperatlon.qf law, become tho property of the undersignedi . . , l , DA'NIUL W. D'CAKROLL, Globe.'A. T.; Jnno 3, 1893. , jilna3-90d Notice for IPtiblication, Land OrncK at ritKseorr, At.,, 1 July 1st. 1893j ( Notice is hereby given thftl trie following named settler has filed,, riotide of her intention to make 6nal proot-ia, support of her claim, and that said pro'Crf H1 be made before the Clerk of the District Court, at Globe, Arizo- na, on Aiontay, August 21, 1803. vis x Thy. lena M. TJsscrl, Homestead Applicalion No. 920, for tiio S, W 1 of N. W. 4 Section 2i, 3&t YH. P. i arrriN. E. i of S. E. J Section 28, Towiithiu 6, N. R 1Q E, , She names the following .witnesses to prove her continual!) .residence apon, arid cultiva' tion of, sftiii land, viz: . - .. , 1 Idrufge 11. JMartin, James (Jlanton, .Uhns, Jlosieltand .Marion Ji Martin,-all ofvCline, AH- iiSa e. TiWK mwp i Scientific American; fL Agency for 1CVT73& fg. !!,ini' flrlSB v "wi rr;:Ti jirT,!.. jan uaB 5Ga5MJiiuEisyjP to vmk.Jbw& m.mt,wgpsr smw Zona, jalylb'-i!w J.UMAKTItf, Register, Islll IT sjt.lllsAlisMMH-.si DRUGS AND FAILED IMsJsUJiii TUottBaudsofCBrcs by our Bcltft aro jiersonSlo ANDEN'S ELECT BXJBCinEMC S"P,SE'B3sTSEl"2ft. The Crowning Triumph in f'(ICQI:lcctrlcal Science I It cures all diseases curabie by Electricity.' It is a complete battery, us used bv the fore-. g soothingy s parncu o Sullerlnir trom Kervoul w" . f-"otbal W 1'ralns, loeacw, Ncrvoujncss.fc'1'. i)iint,, lamo Itaik, Kiiucjror iXai'l. ucr Troubles, or ecnr&l ill health. liuUinu-fi'omover.u.xiiiiutinf itA ilcr Troubles, or general ill ', or ncrvo force, abuses, xTd-fet, r.ATtC-O' IIUJUllUU.VUIUill llinj tuycloue r. . V , 7 "" ',a.v? Wy arirniyoar system of nerve force ad viUlity -j EHetrleltit and tnus oittttd Vour wcAkiu-wiorlnckot force. If yourt)lewliitooiirsyiniUia plcmeutstUiu drained, wlilcli aro requlrej for vlcoroiiaKlrt-iiKtli.y.nt vrmreiuuvothectiNce.na.t health, ttrenKtUand vigor will follow at onco and In, a aatural ytny lids Is our plja and trwlutat Dil Sanden'o Electric Belt Is no experiment; is we Jia,ve reslcwvd thousands t ONV&- jnco luo mosLftnpntlistr In vntlrltrnnrnnfHinrrirnnljtri! lvtTi fwi.finiM,- iiwiKinuHauu V?"' ":r un oiocr iruraeu tnucu, a caa oo mown iiy iiiiimiims ' caeca tliniughout this State, who would gUrily tcsltty, und from many of wlwmwsliau uuuii niitiD uvtttiuBHaiuaony 10 taoirre3Ttryaiier using our un. Our 800 paaoback "lloo Classes of Men," shouM be read bv every yonnK,,mIddJfBa and old man, wut scaled, free. It otplnln iar plan of trsMtisciit. i cry many In New York City, whom wo ha vo cured, thus eholBitmir marvel. ua work at bom Do not dolay writing for it. It will cot you nothing, aud rally Vo tho nieau of reirawlng yuur u.unuu iiciutu, KlONbY AND Oolorxlo. AnM!1 IS.1?! btntttXotBuattltihu Dr. A. T. Randea, Dear waan J.wss &mictd w mokt chrf all, tevtur to iu ith ono using your Electric belt No. 6 and expect in a short trine to psin in mr kidners na lnxtatnauitioB or tae otatttier Uuee dUapfiefUaar' 1 reeiy ear last jonr i.iecino I trlud manr doctors until 1 omxoend raur belt to all who Yours Tew trsl . A 1- WHITNtY. Cll rtouifc Bio i roet. MErtVOUS DEBILITY CURED. Dearer. Colorado. Oc-. I t ;t T3 Dr. A. T. Bsnden, Deur Sir:-I h.va been usiaajour So 1 belt I Ni.u'i. Im last July, and cap. honestly advise any one who la trouble, with aetweui. do pains In thihAad, aud kidney trou 1 t-i is our Elct rtc belt. lauaa.ir maker by trade en 1 hurebwenla d unhalf ti iub. fe On.lt..twoortbreo iwaea I haie not glrea It steadr j the belt a few hours to rosk.1 with withalamehack but now j-", "'ato. Your, truly. J It 81IEBMSN. f. o. Box UK, 1 . u Imiiritvii Klellrlc .Snsnviisnrv 1 llin irrptilpt lionn mar -!., in ,..! u. Mini jiuaii. xuun truiy, jruuu, luiuuio-agoi. ur uiu men, anu 1V111 cure U1Q Skinner Block. Meat Marks 1, A Shnro of tho Public Pat ronage Solicited. J Rt-DMAN, Proprietor- Bowie, Fort AND. 'QtO'0B STAGE LIKE. o Makes regular trips, both ways, six times a week. Comfortable, Covered Coaches, , . . .ALL. . .i - f ' Express Matter Mr n Will J0 receiva at ifpyipAaiorw810 daily (eicspt Sunday) to Globe. Tho accrued charges Trill,, bo advanoed on il pxpr9 received from Wells, Far r'o ct Co., at Bpwie. j i- iO. L.YTPNr Pxoprietor, ; Thatcher, Graham Co., A. T. ocU-tf pJG favEloH Tae Best Kqmcily JJ1 is this W03M,, says J. HoOherr, ot Brracuse, N. Y is Faator Eoonlg'e Xcrvo Tonic, becanse my Eon, wbo was partially paralyxod tbroo years &iqUid attacked by fits, lias not had any symptoms of them since be took ono bottle ot the remedy, I roost heartily thank for it. JOKBLO, CoJU May,. 189?. ' 'Onr daughter contracted JJpiJeptJo Hts from fright tires years afio; wo tried most every-thlngj-.we hoard of, but pt pq avail. Am thank f nl to state now that since ehq took Pastor Koo nlg's Nerve Tonlo sho has, not bad the slightest attack within four months. 1311 Evarts Are. JIBS, a BCHULZ. . TbQf JJcCurdy, ot 212 35th Avo., I)enver. Colo., says: Tastor Koenig's Kervo TpoioSiOb groat penent to. mo; 11 nas tuva we aestroa eucat by storing the Cts. FREE A Vnluoblo Book on Kcrrorn liisoasos sem iroc-to anyaaaress, and poor rjatlento tha also obtain tills medicine? freo of charce. TM11 n,mdrbji tuf.n ornnnrfirl hvthft RftTrnd putor KoenUt. of Fort .Wayne, tad. since IKS, and unowpreDsrtdundaiAjlsdlrootlon by tbo KOENIG MED. CO., Chlcngo, IU. 6oldbyDnissistsat81pcr Bottle C for 35, ItfinroKUo, 81.75. 0 Bottles for 80. POR MEN ONLY Osonal and jiERVOUS pEBIMtYl I J WesanuMrBiUyr4EJSlr fetl ofErrorscrxeesssia01dt.Veunffr R.k.il, .tl. B.MIOOII hll;.Keorr. !(. to .nlirye 1.4 SlrciSnSAK,t'SDTEUI'rDOllt.ltSai'lKTS(lVa0Dr. Jb.i.i.ir ..r.iil.r IIOXC TKtlTStT-ll..ai. 4f. Jlta tf.llt; rM. SO SUlrsan4 S ar.lc Culrl. VTrlM Ikeis. D.erlntl Bnk eiplsntlMlsn4 proof. wAll.4(iralrS)frr. Mdrcis ERIE MEOICAl. CO., BUFFALO, N. Y, Til y7?gafcjcgi' TO FIND k mil Itave done no. r t9le 1 most physicians, m&Ue into a Belt, so as to be easily worn during work, or at rest. It rivet prolonged currents,, which can h any part oi tne voav wnere mere ii pain, anu win give msuuu reiiei, as liiectnu' v permeates the ontini system with a natural, glowing heat, rejuvenating every weak organ of pari of the body. health, nmultinif tn tiniffromoTer-t worry 'or'xp)up-, will And a Bixtsly relief omX Invention, wtiiitarequiraj but ntrjal to oou. wealth, happiness and fruitful marriage. BLAODER COMfu.'iT CUFiD Deurer, Colonuto, On-ber, JS. '1 BlrIt glrea roe ranch eleMure to report fur three snonlh. that 1 have Improved bo tuu retor.l to xu uasural aires in to yo t -r A . itt-l 11..1 ue is uieonir ireswmen t tnet eoeM o una rou gut tired of takiaa medfciBa: and 1 spe rf', uch A l. are troubled wi h tad er-wkaai my back il. i ttr .njis mr Withthetm twia!-ael o 1. anna-aa.. . tr. jfox ion, I . nirer, t s. or Honey llefuntltMl. Thrvarer"' inn. worsi lAkls la two if farce ll.ou11i DENVER, COL. J. u fifiSERil SIRMASPP, Wholaeale and Eolail - FOJIWVKDING & COMMi,SSI0T. ....SOLTS AGENTS FOR,... Buotoye Mowing Macliines, Oiiieftain Rakes, au(l THE BAHJ - ' Farm, Freight & Spriig-Vagon . . AtSO . THE CELEBRATED J, Selilitz Milwaukee BeeiV tiO'O taoosB. .AT. VxXt &i$$& i-' qiVEs IOIlE POWEE U3IHO I.ES3 WATER '2HAJJ AKS OXHEB WHEEL, apl -ir Tlie success et this Orcat CoagiuCxra It without a parallel in the history of tnedieijis. All druggists are authorised to eeH U on a pos itive guarantee, a test that no other curs eaa successfully -stand. That it may beeomo known, tho Proprietors, at an enormous ttt penso, aro placing a Saraplo Dottio.Srea inrj every home in tho United States ftjrd Canada. If you have a Cough, Sore Throat, or Breuv cliltis, use it, for it wU piro you. If yora child has tho Croup, or Wh'od-JinsflouEh, use it promptly, and relief is snro. If yoti dreai . that Insidious discaso Consumption, use iU. Ask yonr Drusgist for SlllWH'S CUBE, rr7eol0ctswcts. nnd$1.00. IfyourLungti are sore or Back lamo, nso Shlloh's Porou. Plaster, Prlc SS cts. Tor Silo by all Pros fists end Dealer! E, E, BURLIKCAME'S laywncEv CHErtl'tCAL UABORATORY rt.H.li(T In fiaXamria. TSCfl. SaTTinlcl DT mall Of exprc -will retv rKJmrt and curtfal &tNc.oir Gold & Silver Bullion "ftl'Mtt" oC I will cav S100 K-ward fpr the Conviction of anv prsou ami persons unl f fully handling cattle or horses in the eiS brandel on left thigh with the same irons? BOB STBAD, GW- A brands, i-.ar marKs- unin ears swil no LIBERIAN I mMS3 i IrfeJ f. rv f sBstslsiriiiii'i ' " ' irnmF i f yi4-tr C S - arrest aift i -s mi,l i' .-SKvi fete - . ?