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1 fr IlUWM7,tW4V .) ft" l'Wil'WftrfMitHIM'lli?MaW''i.'H1Jf -.A - 1 rrri . -. " v , ' i wnannMpHmn v$. ifHE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. OFFICIAL l'.U'Klt or KILACOIWTY. mmmmmmmm Win n n n pfc ii-.Wi Saturday, ftoveiiibor 11, 189&. ClLtT.n FltOU TIIll PAST. Uliore nppcars in tin- Albttptiri'uo Citizen the fotfdvftni:. ''Cnnt. At'frod' Kedbarg, wlioso killing by Litni unnt Mnnoy, nt Fort Sheridan, 111., ycator day morning, was nuuouuccd in lust cTening'a Citizen, was woll ku6wn in this Torritory, lwying sdrvtd ns Cup tain in tha 16th infantry; nnd com nmndunt ot?&it Culnmings, in flrnut contliy. In 1872 ho mis cotirt mttr tiidod at Santa Fo on cbnrgtw of rnpo nnd embezzlement, nud tho charges being proven ho was dishonorably dl- missed tho scrweo, nnd also fonfonccd to ono year's impriuounflml in tho pon- itintiary. Prosfilanl Grant rcmittod tho imprisonnibnt. A few years sinco Capile'dborg" rtiarrled tho woman who cauiled his dortth. Sho had friends in her Oakland, Cnl., home, who had" ft strong political pnll, nud if ntii tlirough this infltttnea ttat tho Captain, after Savon., years of diihonomblo expulsion, was restored to his former rank in the army. Ho was noted for his brutal nnd tyranicol disposition, and it is quito likely that the men of his command will dispense with tho usual resolutions of regret at his taking off." .uapt. liouberg was knonu to eouie of tho reaidonts of Globe, and a few additional details relative" hujifonntl charoeior nfo replied. Ono of tho in cidents in this connection is in regard to tho organization of n mining camp, some twonty years ago, known as Camp Ttnlston, later as Shakespeare, Grnut county, N. M. This camp was ostnb lishod by Ealston, a promiuonl Cnlifor nian, who subsequently committed sui cidoby drowning in tho San Frnuoioo ,bay, owjng to a bank faihiro. Hedborg, who was in military com mand at Fort Cummings, moved the commissary snpplioe attached to tho fort to tho camp and established a stow, and placed Gua Hepner in ohnrgo. Implicated with Capt. Ilodberg lu this traneacfidn were his two officer, Limits. Fitch nnd Ityan. Thsy wero all chnrgad ftnd convicted of the offence of embez zlement. "The prevalent idea then en tertained by many oflieer of the army was that the government was a goose And that -any ono was at liberty to pluck n feather. Iledbarg, Fitch and Ryan ijero so thoroughly imbued with the forco of this supposition that they did not consider it a broach of honosty to H the anpplios of Uncle Sam nnd torn theroby an honest penny to their own account. Posterity, however, proved the fallacy of this cr o J and the punish ment meted out to tho offenders sot a prtcxlent that has had a sidntary ef fect. lio camp roferreif to has surround-' ing it many associations that gives it historia interos.. Among these nsso Wiowfs entwined the namo of B, G ftttn Brown who ran second on tho MeTrea'dod'by'ltoriaS' reslcy, in thopresidential oloctionof 1872. Brown incorporated a company at tho camp in fltoenmof $10,000,000 and the mino thoro became known as tho Indus mine. The fruits of this speculation are bent doscribed by ono lino: "Tho mino nnd implements sold at sheriff's sale for SSSfto." Tho implements alerter pos sessed value. Many aro tho talca told of tho old Indus mino, and a few years ngo intor ot was revived by tho presonco in dfobo of a gentleman from New Or leans, who hold bouw certificates of stock in it of which he ws willing to divest ownership for a money consider ation? Thoro was something humorous in this atteir.pt to fell worthless stock and to a .few who I jid knawledgo of tho nlattorand who'ViVre approached by tho gantlomau from tiio Crescent City, it xwalled tho 'Samrfc'of gnllie Brews, in ono ci iiokons' works, relative to tholemonado: "It was good if you make bclievo a good deal, bnt if you don't it ain't worth nothiiig." TW gentleman from New Orleans mado n6 sdloVin Globe nnd deiwrtad under tho imprattion that tho Indus mino stock was a dehwifln and a snaro. Elections woro held in sixtoen'Sfctes on Tuesday last. Tho result, as in dioated by tho meagre returns nt hand, irf a decisivo victory for tho Bopubli c'aiifiif ntjAilj all Statos north of the Mason nnd Dixon lino. Intorost was folt chiefly in tho elections in Now York, MassaQhusotta, Ohio" nd Iowa, all of which gavo largo Republican pluralities: Now York, 10,000; Ohio-, 50,'OOOj. Iowa, 30,000. Now Jersey. Ponnsylvaninr Illinois and Colorado aro reported to lmve aho given thoir votes to 'the- Republicans. Fiffy-ofghf of Presidant Cleveland's nomiuatioua sent to tho Sonato during ths extra session of Congress failod of !onfirnifttloB. Aiitong the number were V. B. llorliblowor", to bo Ascooiato JustiCo of tho Supreme Court; Gf. JI. J". TnylorMinistor to B'oliyift'nnd It. Et PrestQn; jSircolbr' of thb Mint. Ifc is eaid temporary' commissions will be i sued to nomiiieeft not' coalirmed, good ifntif the next meeting of GocgrosB,- Nevada City's onntnpion raining drill' flporatpr is soon to meet the middfff weight champion of tho Colorado nduoe ro. drilling match for $100 a eido. yte'NMftTtrt- .--wv "SVH'V-ntW? Tin: li 8o. it nu iu:s tVTi)U ty tlnusunl nnd nppnlltng crime or acoSl6ut occurs in tho United States a1iuo nnd ory is raised, calling for reforms nil'd Bafegunrds to pf 0von( their ropetion or Iorhcii tho danger of thoir ropotitiou. Intorost in tho mat ter soon subsides, however, tho incldout is forgottou and tho lesion losf until ro vived by nnothnr BciiButionnf disnstor. JualS n( present tho nowspaj)6r pittss is vforkod up over tho question of irr 0 sponsiblo cranks, excited bf tho assas sination of Cnrtor Harriion,' and a closer survoilanco of bo-cidlod "harm less luuatics" and tho mftro daugoroue individuuls ol nuarchistio toudeucico is domandod. lVecnuliious are taken for tho wifoty of tho President in the exeo uliVo uiuusiou nud detectives guard his person from sudden Bs&oult who'n abroad. No doubt other public men, of less prominence, have secretly adopt ed similar safeguards, to bo maintained for n few weeks or mouths and thon relinquished. A wrilef of n recent mogaaino nrtiolo Mm said, "Tho harmloss lunatic outsido nu nsylum, occupies a position strictly analogous to that of tho historic 'un loaded' pistol. Each is responsible for about tho Mino number of homicides. But the hurniless weapon stops at that, whilo the harmless man oasily takes the palm by adding a loug list of othor crimes. For most of these crimes the community omi thank itself, because it foolishly tolerated in its midst n poroon whoso only safe placo of rosidonco was an asylum. But ono should not judge too harshly those exoofeses of nltruism. We should romorabor rather that the oxtrome tolerance shown thaeo nufor tuuates who frequent tho border lands of sanity is but n manifestation of that love of liberty which' has made possible the civilisation iu which wo live." The fnct of tho matter is that this is ono of tho few vulnerable poiuU of our republican form of government, which guarantees the largest liberty to Lor citwens. This very laudable inveet ment, unfortunately, is too often abused, And demagogue, cranks nud anarchists are permitted to rtswil our institutions nnd our public man, brood ing discontent, nnd affording to tho diseased mind provocation for the com mission of crime against tho govern ment nnd society. There is no doubt but that n more rigid enforcement of laws against tho criminal nnd irrepouhiblo chissae is domnnded, nnd would lmvo n salutary efl'ect, yet tho creatost danger to onr country, undoubtedly, lies in tho lax immigration laws, which invito tho dan gerous classes from foreign countries to como to the United States to spread their heresies. The anarchist, tho hard ened criminal, (ho arnnk and tho pau per, people of tho most viuious instinct,' nro allowed to como unchallenged. It is a well known fact that nine-tenthn of iW'dangoroits element in tho United States to-day is of foraigh birth nnd extraction. It is time to put up tho bars on the Atlantic coast as well as orrl tho Pacific Senator Yest docs not take a hppoful view of the financial outlook. lie says thero will be no mora silver legislation at tho regular session. The Sherman law is repealed, and tho currency of tho country is contracted $40,000,000. Yc are a young undeveloped country needing money, that hi, nionoy in cir culation, worse than any country in tho world. Tho statistician of tho Treasnry gives it out that there is SS0.45 per capita in this country. This is misleading. Wlion the gold roservo, which is not in circulation, and the silver stored up m the Treasury vaults, and the 500 nnd 1000 bills, which no more circulate among the people than do certified chocks for largo amounts, nro taken out, tho real por capita is about 14, This conntry is increasing in population at the rate of 3 per cent a yeur. To contract tho circulation under these conditions, thoroforo, moans ruin and disaster. The country is now under the- operation of tho Sherman law of 1878, the infamous measure wlitok strilok tho dollar out of our coiu ngo. The Sherman purchase law re jected tho Bland-Allison act, and tho Supremo Court hasdoaidedin n similar case that the ropoal of a repealing net does not re-enact tho old law. "When the Sherman law of 1873 was pnssod by a trick tho conseqiteucos to tho conntry wero suah that iivo years later tho par ty in power was huffed frbnV its soat by a majority in" Congress that looked liko a revolution; Mr. Sherman ought to be a vory proud mau. Tho act of tho Democratic party lias vindicated him in tho courso which lost his party eoiitrol of Congress. On&of the attractions proposed for tho Midway PlnitaDce nt tho Midwinter Fair is h typical Westorn mining comp. It will consist of ono street, with n mouutnin background showing flumes and mines in operation. Tho streets will havo "Tho Reet for tho Weary"' hotel and "Tho Dow Drop Inn," also n canvas saloon with tho sign "Koho Hero To-night." Tho arrival of tho stage, tho piospector driving his burro and other incidents to oulivon it will bo introduced. Senator Allen, of Nebraska, has re ceived or beautiful threo-pounxl brick of silver" ta a tributo of tho Colorudo minors' or Anon'!' staying powers in" his iitteon hours' speeoh in favor of tho sil ver causo. SS2 1 J-W r MfcnrcjgwWMKrgi -Tho hist not of tho ITbnso of RSpro sontativca was to pass, by a voto of 103 to 3, tho bill suspending tho statute, ouo year, oompeTliujf nssossmont work on mining oluinro1. "Wo have cecn no atlUouucomont in" press dispatcli'ccf that the President bus sfguod the bilK Thoro was on auction palo p tho socuriUet) erf tlfo dufnuct Madison Square Bank of Noff York, Novem ber 1st, which U designated in press dispatches as "a slaughter." Among tho securities sold were 15,'O0O Prcs cott and Arizona' Cuntrnl Railroad inortgngo income bonds, 525j $108,000 P. iS A. O. R. R. ecoond wortgnge bonds, ?100S2,000 P. & A. O. R. R. first' inortgnga C per cent, sinkiug fund bonds, S179) 21,000 P. & O. R. R. second mortgage iucomo bonds, 30. Tliti 108,000 P. &. A. O. R. R. socond mortgage bonds woro hold by tho bank to seouro. a loan of more than 100,000. Additional olootioti news, publishod in tho Citizen, indicates the success of tho Republicans in Kansas, South Dakota nnd Nebraska. In Massachu Bolts Governor Ruusol Vftadefeatd by Groonlinlgo, ltopublioan, by upwards of 30,000, In Now York tho complex ion of the logislaturo sooins to bo hi doubt, although Riglmrd Orookor, of Tammany, is quoted as saying: "It looks as if the ltopubUoftna had imide ix oloau sweop of tho Stato ticket, in cluding tho legislature." Tho Dorno ornts carried Virginia. Tho Populists woro not lu it. Mr. AV. M. Terry, who has boon in the drug busiiruss at Iilkton, Ky., for the pubt tweho yearn, says: "Chniu borlaiu'a Cough Remedy gives better satisfaction than any other cough med icine I have over sold." Thoro i& good reason for this. No otlior will oure a cold so qniokly; no othor is so certain n provonlivo and cure for croup; no other affords so niueh relief in oeset of whooping cough. For sale by II, C. Hitchcock, drnggiit. Till: '0LOlt.U)O JIAMi MUCK iomiu TIU.V or Jul? I llti Hiul ISili. 1803. Any ono desiring Silver Literature, or instruoHoTm how to organise Silver Loaguee, can hve their wants sop plied by addrring the undersigned with poatagu. Wo nro also distribut ing Ujo Free Cciuagp Button, which ovary Bhnetsllist should have nnd wear. Price, 36 cents. A. C. Flair, Chairman. T. F. Van WAaBNiw, Setfy & Trcas., 202 Boston Block, Donvor, Colo. avau.m.m:: Any porson dotected trospaselng on my property, stealing fruit from my ranch or wagon, damming tho How of wator In roy rwerrotf, or in any othor way injuring property belonging to me, if detected, will bo prosecuted to tho full oxtont of the law. And I hereby offer n reward of $10 forenohofUic ftrt two porsona con victed of such offenses, or if rnorotlian two, ?25 reward for all tho offenders. Anoru Maukki hi. JotriU' Aradrmj'. Boarding and day school for youug ladies nnd children, under tho direc tion of Sistors of St. Joseph. Glaaeea aro resumed on tho Unit Monday of September. Forfurthor information, address, Sister of St. Joaoph, St. Joseph'a Acadomy, Tucson, A. T. F. & A. M. Tlio regular meetings of White Mountain Lodge, No. 3, for the year 1893 will be held as follows: January 6th, June 29th, February 2d, August 3d, Mnroh 2d, August 31&t, April 6Uy gopfismbor'23th, May 4th, October 2flth, June 1st, November 23d, December 28 th. Election of officers for 1894 takes placo Novomber 23d. Special meetings subject to call by tlio W. M. CuAB. A. Fisk, Seo'y. J. S. COLLINS. Imt ruction, at 1 Seasonable Tlrms, gb on on the Piaao, Violin, Guitar and Mandolin, Tlio theory nf mn!c tniiftlit; also if desired tlio art of pinning nworaiiauimentH withunt kiinwlejge of the notca. Y BMMlfHll tiOJ!AVE TUEM REUVERD vutr. ur ijHAKfir rniiial ihs order arnccrits ton ocaciTedsuRi-at 'houstflnthsU.S. j Send for fypf n ''tswrow.f bT' Ccml-.VnnnnlfiiAlilon Cutnloiiuo, pubtwliwl , Sept. iMh, and iiwiHd free upon appliotiun ; iming unit illustrating mh ovf 1,01m I Iu'fioj,apI3 and vroufl cuia, eVerytfiinff rrrd'd fit 1 lad'to',.r(taJUlWr.(l' Wcnrandadrtrairnt;futi!u. kc.ptllje doodi, Cafulni, Uiholery,ctc .etc 1 '"vmrtfip .. ijti m niton ' a&wsc es w swcuitT of h and do the Urjt t antf nroi re&atte Matf Ortlr S t 'J rede in the cotmrj'. Their KmhAa (,ia- 9 r lotruc is indllDeBHibte to parties ir6imiA l.v A distance from domj tlitlr O'.iiv' ahuppin in 1 TeaM."MBaarelW J.t if f K9) V K .fPt, -C I rw-fHwsifSJ&iw wwwfiWlgS$ 1 fxlfl I .NewYorIt."--i. 9 Gth A'"). L 20ili St., HEW V0RK CITY. -. ,y-.,,',.,f3.,..i.tti. J--1rn.nrfffTiir.iiirlffaTi a.f i"s WMiifiMMMCMMMM-wrf - T-H f nimHtmmmr matmm iiil . Dyspepsia U&& mauj live tnliersblv, will often otuU ta mTWeic'iiaiuu. IUj(tt.4 Mttrratlng. tcS !ll!J H(. JwifcWJfn. fiitf Hmrirtclj, ini'iital tlrirc tKH, Ht-, stp rolled by tl)l cty common an ImcnWrtK fllwwto Hwirt'i Pnrwjpnrilla loiiw Uie Autnflrh, crpat nn cnj-cUtp. imiinolet ill ge'ttonr c'!ioi headache, clean the mtua, an 1 ;urei CytpcjM'a. In a XcrrlMo Condition. "Io.TSroi IKcfolWrnSannirlHa. Tortwo yc.ini I wex In u IcrribiniwiUttlou Ith dj .oiii. I cotitd mi uutblnl,' lt sMn cral.er, nud tnjr wclsht tall rt,in 170 lo 1.1 nnuudv Ilnod'i Sai apB'IUa JiplfUHl we aj onoc, nnrt after unlnn 12 bottles T was entirely enrsd. I )ina cntnol my usual wrhht,70tioim1i,nn 1 lintelindcxrcllcnl htwtih i ; rrktn, o.'" T. 3. itcor,2-M lt South Strcit, fcjut ljko City, Utah. IlcaflacIioIIot FJaslica. "I Juul lf(iitari, hot fiiukci", norenj r.nl iiroillUB nvroK my biv, )lu lu my HrII Mu w.iii frt-qut'it omlttuc. I ued ll(Hxl' Fara 1 arilla wltb tlte bt rult. J am In better health ftau for Jmir year. UooA'i gnrfatmrllU t wfe. reltable. and aire." 1, C, Wiujiom, Au burn, CaL Hood's Sarsaparilla iold by drunlttt. f 1 : x for t Prciarcd only by C. 1. HOOP J. CO., AjwthwarlM, 1j Ml, Hut 1O0 OoauS Ono Dollar Bolls accordlnstopr. Klnf, an eminent authority "aro Beue-ailycooncctcd with do-langi-KienU of tho lirer and ,toumch." While tbo olde EaraapuUUu contain iotailt which asgrnvateseruptloni, Joy's 1j peculiarly attotnacUandbowal corrective, and li tho only ono that 13 co. IU regulatins influencet causa toil to dry up and dlMppeftr almoer laintf diately. A cae (a point "I had bolia break out on jny neck. Ono had burttod. ItooVJoy'aVegetabloEarcatarlllaand n a 4Vdayi tie olitloiU hart dried vp. In tho eprtng of 1390 I took ono of pio other Sarsapa rilla) nnd tbo result rss a bm of pimples. Hearing that Joy'a vrai later and acted differently I mod It this year with tho abovo tatitfactory rcult." j. Ket:kas, Alameda, Cab Formerly with tho "Alta California." S. I'. Kobt, Walah, with Wdli Fargo A Co., nnd eCOfcl of other Bttn nranciarant report tho tamo cx petkuce. Itavolditheiuoot tholasco 5ft Wfarvfitshlft JSarsapadlla At It 1 the only Eansparftla (hat psrlues tho blood nthujt the utrly jotoah cruptiom, tnilit en Joy't and don't to talked Intotakingonother. $" 1 a! o:dy by E. 0. HITCHCOCK. K'rulu r.i'enN'ElM)LT.All a ltt!. SCDTP8 C0HSUMP7I0H SCROFULA BRONCHITIS COUGHS COLDS Wasting Disoasea :MUt Vondorful Ffosh Producer. irany have gaiced ono pound por day bv its use. Scctt's Emulsion is not a occrct remedy. Jt contains tlio stimulnt iug properties of tbo IIyj)opboa pliiles und puro Korwegian Cod Liver Oil, tbo potonoy of both beiiifj largely increased. It is used by Pliysiciaua all over tbo world. PALATABLE AS MILK. Sold by all Druggists, 0COTT& DOWNS, Chomlsta.U.Y. " FARMER " MILES, MNMMVMl HOST NOTED CAST8AT0SIH THE WORLD Has hi methods rcw In book form, and for ,le, fully lllu-trntinp his most approredtr Biethodsof Att?r!ujyC''rt,SpavngCatlloaud Votes. cptfBl!y I::okI1k llorssn, etc. Also showing lus ropt An i luntruments, end tell ing the hew cl- rTtmort of cantrated ttock Ver. fmp'ti"'ittottll,ickownerand caitratoM -, r'nr -J particulars of book VrritehiU! atC.iii'.eu, Colts Co., 111. MWWMTMI.H.... S3 SHOE MtfPWfi p. Da ycu wear ttiem7 Vhen rext. In need try a pair. Dost In tho world. 5. 3f.OO 4.00 $2.50 3.50 2.50 2.25 $2.00 F0I1 U0IES $2.00 H.7S FOR BOYS S2.QQ ronfpltJt 0I.75 ri.'i If you want ttfino DRESS SHOE, madj In the latest CvIik, don't pay $6 to $8, try my $3, $3,50, $4.00 or $5 Shoe. Thev fit equal to custom made and look and wear as welt. If you with to economize In your footwear, do so by purchasing W. L. DojkIjs Shoes, Namo and prlto stamped on tho bottom, look for It when you buy, V.L.DOtiCltA9,llroc5jton, 3Ia. Sold by GEO. II. STKATTON, San Carlos, A. T. 'I kVniMDa r.M..ttil&,Ei&i w4lrji In Ui jtH4. r.riMl .SOt III on, 0 I., .tiny ti.i Doth l.di. h4 f .nt bum. nlth wwk. .tMl ..it, f iuiiij ujllmnMA !, loo.th.r wna o.r Unit IMAM! lltllt oft. lu.blRlMilnriSii.(licd '. The. ..niiWM. t wall sa tit. natch, .r. fl'fr. All n mvk r I ' h ft tvliat n.MiKlytHtto IhN. wlto wll y.i.f it I. nn 1 1 ijrhhotfandthaa.atutrci! !halaiwT.mt 1 1 lil iMdnforo wSlifcoMftf,t'ilWnfti.lan''!f ' I li ,! r.ll WttMT .ll.ltTfnnfltt,cw ADci ntt.til 1' ftm wmtH Ilka to r. I. tv.rk tit t . tvh catt at 1 fr.in $i4 10 HtIO per wwk flod blw.rdi AditrtA, Hlintuit .V Co., Il.ta;la, S'orllititil, Illuliiu. .ISISSHMiTSaiLlAB finis, Onijr uijo loi tno lnaldo. w) lrtiBir,m jsuwlnfllnff. lvtTM iwuiic, vreifht, ana ctuettoc Vf na l toot. d byoutililtfrs. Oonfldcntiil lciT"p nJctnon-nHliLmuiMi Jnvlt trt lift ti ' JllnA-Oiita'' )WTt. ft23. TMriJirJuKy, Koiy cut; pair. UMj loaded, high orlnw.fif ordinary worlc, to pb, tom.l or tftaiiili, p!, tit i"ory, ti W plmctmsrkfHl OAti.snivlo flu. sifi ?o mi k. Ai pAtTO cat. KKEEf E. E. BURLING ARIE'S EatablWied In Colorado, 180SL aampjMbymiitl or express will receive prompt and cnrcful attention. Gold a Silver Bullion "Zt' &"& Att-M:, 1735 b 17:3 LinH Ct, Sosia, Cela. j"aast -"" BoilSo fliifc KS Hinv 00d3 Vt&SL .... .is&H 1 JAwS&k. I r aTJdSESkVi ESfS&M mmmwr " uyaHnfiPJiM i""jjw3 r8ffir2B(sl w7virft s a.1'; sx&rfMsrsrr 7- Jrarf3 1 ji. . TRjnffvn. I " "i A I Ijgj I I w. v (BWfWnkrsr J wM l1 SjfK-i?' "" l'',j w f,m " " " 1 ti ti i rr rrnrTOTwmiMWwiynifyiiMa SHOllTY SAYLEll'S Honerl l)oanld -ly tho l)av, Week or Month. Saddle Ilnrtai, Sinitle l)rivlnh' IIorc add Teama for hfreatall time. hest Attention Given Stock Left in my Care. Prices Reasonable, 8iqtijjjtji3jt3 ftr-.1 ft; -T 3f $$' CDIIE AEIZOl'TA sif as mms The Leading Paper of (?'laCbii"nty. "- .- V ? . A lHoVfai l!fe.'2Iincrl T A IfarierfprniioTFarfn'erl .Ailjaifflrifdr tlic MeshanioJ SLl ' , - Ailjaper. for Everybody!' TinMiilVKR ixv.iv . Has tltc larij(jt bond' fldp cifaffitation of any wtf&kly paper in the Territory, and is consequently the best advor- . .,, "',t 1 ti.ingmtjdivin. JII.A r.MilMIMIIT, M),3. . :A- i . J. O. O. K meet m tlio second and fourth Fridays in each month. Viriting brethren in good standlne cordially inited to attend. J. i Vetiox, C. T. J. V. Daltos, Scribe. Wm. Zimmerman n, DABPEHER and BUILDER . ...AKIJ. Dealer in Furnitare. Has on hand at all times a Reject assortment of furnitur. of the latest designs, for silo at moderate jiriccs. AJo,l'apf rilanginsKcatly Done UNDERTAKING a Specialty. K5T Cdefa taken for.Goods not In Stock. LiYery &FeeQ StaMe. ' WMrZIMMEJlMANK, ' Globa Arizona. -, zvzaw. Wffn imiwifciMj imAmmmmmdmimm,jit,'it(rkMLf tri"i ill H. C. Hitclieock, ....RF.TAID.. BKTO&IST -ALSO UKAI.KU IN- Fancy Goods, BTAttlOMRY, PERFUMERY, DRUGGIST SUNDRIES, and Pure Liquors ForModfeal Purptwes. ISTrrescnptlonp osrefully corupoiiuduil at all hours of the Day or Night. Bowie, Fort Thomas AXD.. STAJii Llitlk. itfnkos reuUsr trij, btti wiyu, sti timue fttteV. Comfortable, Covered Goaciies. ....ALL.... Express latter for (Me Will bo received nt Howie and forward! daily (excopt Sunday) to (licbe. Tho vcorttrxi o!rg will bo lvneij on nil expioss roctirsd frt'tn M'ulls, for go & Co., nt Bowie. 0. LA.YTON, l'rprictr, Thatcher, Orsli&m Co., A T. oct4-tf RU From and after January 1st., the fol lowing will bo tbe rates for Lum ber delivered in Globe: ROUGH LUMBER, SC0.00 DRESSED LUMBER, 70. 00 FLOORING TONGUED and GROOVED 75.00 'RUStffd, 75.00 SAWED SHINGLES, 8.00 MINING TIMBERS-Spcciul rates on application. t3T KEEP ON HAKD. and for sale, PanelDoor3,Screea Doors,Win' titiv? SasEes, Etc. J2 SHVeToH!" Fcrfcctlr Well I V rai.uonE, Dubuqnit Co . Iiv, Sept.. 183). Miss K. Flnnlgan nitei '. 'My mother in) sister used Pastor Koenfg's NexTaTtmio tor mv ralgia. yiiey aro both perfectly ntiti. now ana twrer ttrCd ialslisg the Tonic pAYiuif, Nov., Sept., 1S3J. I was sndortng from ncrvona debility, caasod by dyspepsio, Didn't get more than three hours' Bleep daring any ulght. Ibe c-Qoot ot l'3 torKoouig'a Nerre Tonlo irae msglonl. I klefit Bound and am nowas wjlt as enr after taUng only one bottle. As a Nervo Tonic, considering bow honnfoes It is, think it le the best raedlein OTCr Invcated. 1. P. EUIItLBY. Kkomcliw, Wash. Ter., June, 1889. J. Sweeney writes: I miut cheerfully say that of all tho Nervo Tonics which I have used during tbo last twelve years, 1'aotor Koenig's t tho bast I ever used. FREE A ValoaMo noo on Norvona jjtcaMj. eeui xreo to cay aaarees, and iKMir li.ttoiitt can aleo obtain litis liictllclnu frco of charge Thl rfttuMvh.B lun TtrftrrarA tttht Tbtrpmnrt Pastor Koenlir. ot Fort sroe, Ind. ttneo iSH. and is now prepared undsrtils direction byttio KOEMIG MED. CO., Chicago, lit. SoldbynroffRijUntUlpcrnottlo. Ofor8S ryie, vvtB.cas i " " jjw a.r !. The aceotni.siiyiDii (.tut.raratluvtfMaSiu , u til, ot my welitht sud nJ JAntfct to. Mh, uio. mtnts will ebow the r -Bulls of w ui.. te. si to. u lo. nvo months' trcatrat ut iip titu. ia.ui. PATIENTS TREATED 8Y MAIL CONFIDENTIAL. TOT MTtlCUliTt idlrtttlllli.' .1 t p li. o. w. r. smcib. Huafss uum. CEISlfO ItL 1V3 WmtkaE B TWiror lOSTorFAnjKO WAHT100 WHGnerl and NE11VODS DEBllItXi I'WeakacssDfBodyaiiUiiid, Effects lliiaf ErrorterM6laMin01iorYotuiT. Uabatt. .bl. ni.linODr.il. HMmJ. Haw t. ..law. ..a atcoiul iji2! Saw Hi? TI '' HKB fi j t msa nn bIbbbbi4 VMt Ah(TT ra'iira ill iff Bm.ctbttini'iw.iMistrtu.iiooiKitMaPikTsuiiieiii. ..(Olalrl. Batllll.ff HOSE tnilTattT-OlttCU I. 47. Iltn It.tll frttt. Sto St.tr, ..4 1 .trlr. Cmutrl... ITrlta lif B. IKartilh. Ilavk, ,iil,p.ttii.tl proof, MilltKt.tlcdlfrv.. AdHrci, CHIC MCDICVUCO., BUFFALO,.. V, l7Tir" - ' - ,g, - ri - Ti v- v- '-TWtRMWMi awtartwaaaq"! irTTT i f'-if J. LIBERffiAN & GOi mum mmmmt "liofee.aio anQ feetail FORWARDING & COMMISSION ....SOLE AGENTS FOR. Buckeye lowing MacMneif M Oliieftam Eakes, and THE BAIJT Farm, Freight & Spring WagtW ....ALSO.... THE CELEBRATED J, Solilitz Milwaukee Beef 00OX (QQQX& .AT. $q$kI&-P VxioM4 &tOW&3& 9jiStaJBk A Share of tho Public Patf ronago Solicited. J REDMAN, Proprietor CAVEATS, OCSICK PATCKTS, C0PYtCHT8. etc. For tnfnrnattja and free Handbook wrtta to -StfNT 4 tO.. 8C1 Br-OADWAT, HSW QWl. . Olttott tmre'.a lor sccurtns patents in America. Everr rtatout tak. n out br n 1 bronsbt ufur tto public by a notlco glrcn treo of charge la t&a lret rtrralatlnri of ut cdenUSc psptT ra tb. NkV.EplendtdlT tUastratod. No ltt.U!rnt nuiu , KOold bo wltlioet IU WoeilT, 3,00 aV Je&ri ILS0lx month. Addreos MUKN 4 CO-'uct-isurits, atll BTC3Aiaj,liew Vert atji OIVXS KOBE SOWER X7S1NO X.ES3 "V7ATEI. XHAN ANT OTHEB WHEZL. 0; 2s M &' SwHS euoE; Tho success of this Great qougb. Caro U, without a parallel in tho history of medietas., A)l druggists aro authorized to sell it on a po$, Stive guarantee, a test that no other cure can, successfully stand. That it may become, tnown.'tho Proprietors, at an enormous exi pensc. are placing a Sample Bottle Free intq every homo in the United States and Canada, If you hare a Cough, Soro Throat, or Drcr ( cliitlr, tuo it, for it nill euro you. It yoo, child hss'tliii Crrftip, jor Vbooplng Cough, nsti It promptly, ami relief Is suro. If yoadreaf! that insidious diseaso Consumption, ore 'it, AV yonr druggist for SUILOU'8 CURB,, Price 10 eta., 50 cts. and f 1.00. II your Luigt, are sore or Hack lame, ttsa Shlloh's Porous. Plaster. Price M cts. For sale by all Dnn ! an4 Daaers. $1,000 EEWARD.' I'rnclnmntion by (tic Cvfernor. At J 7' TERarroRY or ARirtrsi, ExECLTiTKDtrXBTSi EX' To it! to wlmm Utee itetetM ,li&U co&e. Groetlnc Whsjik.., InarmatioQ from nthfntlt: sources bst. tiesn rrcritd by me tLst Fr.nX W, f)ury, j eiQua ofl Tucdd lints CouKtr, was mardired st Arirsca, la the' said County ou tLe ipth of tkpteiabcr 1333, Iy soras p4rs.fu or persons tutknown ; f Nnr tli!.'ore, I. ChArlM M Bruce, AMfuj Go'srne of .Vrhtns, hy tittue of the pewtr anjj: K&rlfT 'irje fd . do her.br offer a reward of Qao Thousnd JXnli- lars for the arrest and convjitjiSu of tlie person or per sorts ho committed UteAforciiald murder. , In witrnrn wlirrcof. I hare herouuto set uij hand sud CatBt the Cttat Bcal of tltS Ttrrilorr (a be afflild. (CSTS Done at'rhaenfi!, the clpltil. this twntj pCe'ttjnrtdsyfS,jtVatr.A.I).183J . .lii CHA8. iLIitVCE, Acting OoTtfaerV '1 Atttst iwiocll llldlKtyi - a. - a t i i ii ,- I, - ...... , ,J . , a Scientific American I B& Agency for I v wh LS 3S? &Jy$P fcj ui W Tijii HHrVil O If.y tk Jaaan. B SHILOHS- wss& n n m o ii r n n-M- w Ir 8j m ! .Vt v n i)ET.ni:cx, Ataat Swretsrof Arfrco. J t -, i ( j aasMsSSSSSSSMiMiiH ifutHiltitMMtmt! Mt.ttmtmtmmitktmmiitm mMumljmimmimmmm .-Hj. l .. J m .. .li . i.tlafiaP. iu.v . . . ii. J Y. .ivlStfJ'V( j5iC A. ljrrfffcal-l-.il .. . Uj.--. . -. tfft. laJljulHiH4rt.l f-l