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THURSDAY. AUG..;.. iSr,3
I'nlli'il from Kxrhanp's.l A 'tout" of tlif fraternal order ( f Macciiliors is to be organized at Mesa. Material for an ore tramway at Mor gan City, has been tinlcrt'd frnm In-n-vcr. Kil Huberts is in jail at Flagstaff to answer a charge if illegal branding of cattle. Tlie territorial normal school, at Tempe, will be-gin its term on Septem ber 4th. FiriO, larpe potatoes, grrnvn in the vioinity, are now in the market at Flagstaff. At libee, week ln-fore last, twenty three men were laid oil by the Copper Queen mine. The camp meeting at Norton's grove, near I'lKrnix, is drawing a bin crowd every evening. Reports from the San Pedro Valley are that the high water has flooded much of the country. Since the first of last October the money expended on new buildings at Yuma aggregates $:o.oon. The new road in Yavapai county between Kirkland and Thompson's Valley, has been completed. Many small mines and placer claims are being worked in the icinity of Morgan City, Maricopa county. The San Simon again put the roads in a wretched condition between Saf ford and Solomon ville last week. Commencing September 1st, there will be only one stage a week bet ween Tucson and Quijotoa, instead of three. Friday of la;t week. K. L. (J ray, of Mesa, was caught in the tumbling rod ot a thresher, and pretty badly bruis ed. John Davis, a Verde rancher, is re ported to have fallen heir to a snug fortune by the death of a relative in Missouri. Windiest erMiller of Tempo, ha- had a portion of his foot amputated to cheek the ravages of a cancer. He is recovering. A well is being sunk on the road be tween Mesa and (ioldiiclds, and as smut as water is develoed a half way house will be established. The new management at- Haro.ua JIala, it is stated, will employ only American miners, in preference to Cholos, and Indians. J'wiah Blown, who was a resident of Tombstone for many years, has just suffered the amputation of one of his legs in San Francisco. Arizona pays more in taxes for her public, schools, in projiortion to tier population, titan any oilier state or territory in the I nion. At Plvenix la-t Friday, William Winch was iMiurul over by the United States Commissioner on a charge of selling liquor to Indians Thursday morning of last week Mrs. Thomas Hughes of Tucson, wife of the ex-territorial auditor, was killed by an adobe wall falling on her. The Pacific Insurance Union has raised the rate of premium in Arizona to meet the tax levied on insurance agents by tie last legislature. At Quijotoa the Imperial (iold Min ing Company is sinking a deep well. TLc-y will n.jt stop uiitil tbf-y get wa ter,, if they have o sink feet. Mr W. Heath of 'Phoenix is k ported To have absconded with several bun dle J do!li.r.- bi-eijiri to hi . tini'o;u, I rank Fuqu. ! Sunday M. A. Schuster of Tomi (Mono l..st two valuable cows from j drinking of cyanide solution in the tanks at t be lios, mine. The Hii'it iugtoii mill at lns ('alu-sas wiil Mart -on ore from tin- Pain and j ( a-ey mines. The live stamp mill is j running on on-from the Silver Cave mu e. The establishment of a sanitarium at Tombstone is in contemplation. Is not "Tombstone" rather too suggf st ive a name for a place of resort for in valid The Old lH-mininion Copper Com pany, at (ilobe. has shut down its smelters for want of coke. Had road caused bv heavy rains, have stopped all freight teams. Pete Caffrey's Pa by mine at Payne Springs. Mohave county, is developing into a good property, lie is taking out ore that runs as high as l.noo 07. iu silver per ton. A quartz mill complete, capacity five to eight tons per day. is said to be on exhibition at the World's Fair, that w ill do good work and sells for 1.0U each, alviard the cars. The ranges of mountains beyond Superstition are full of prospectors and miners. A large number are look ing formarveloiisly rich placers known to exist there sonic wl ere. Alfred Trippel. of Mesa, has receiv ed his instruct ions fi m the surveyor general and is preparing to liegin on the large surveying contract which he obtained some time ago. postortices have been discontinued, to take effect August .'SI. at Harcuvar, Maricopa county, mail therefor to go to Vulture: and at Otis. Pinal county, mail to go to Casa tirande. The records of the internal revenue oitice for this district, comprising New Mexico and Arizona, show that during the fiscal year ending June;jo, the receipts were 4'.lo;i. w. The Tucson tire department is in receipt of l.uoo feet of new rubber lined hose, and is now in readiness foi anything in the tire lire that may oc cur. The hose is quite satisfactory. Last week H. McComas. of Mesa, returned from Chicago with his son Hoy, w ho was taken east some weeks ago for treatment by the Pasteur process, on account of a m id dog bite. The territorial board of dental ex aminers w ill meet in Tucson on Sep tember 11. Several applicants for certificates to practice dentistry in the territory will appear for examina tion. A large number of spectators at tended the sale of government hos pital and medical goods, last Friday, at Whipple, and enough wares were purchased to take care of any ills ever invented. J. W. Lambert has been held by Justice Pamsey of Cila P.end. on a charge of grand larceny. He is ac cused of having stolen an entire freighting out fit-horses, harnesses, wagons, water barrels and all. From For t 1 luachuca comes a rcKrt that of the garrison of a."!) men, lifty arc in the hospital wit h typhoid ma laria. Mexicans along the San Pe dro are also down with it. Some fa talities have occurred. Owing to the dry season of late years, calves have not been branded upa closely as usual. A stockman says many steers are on the range in Southern Arizona innocent of the marks of any branding iron. These will probably be sold at the next big round-up. for a fund iu the cattle men's associat ion. At the Ihirlt ranch-. Pima eounlt. I he rains, says Mr. Hailt. have been light. They come right up to the fence and stop there. Mr Hartt will I b.l-( 111!, top ".(. ot !.!;: ft !;:: f. !.o off. bilk -ung that will kt in theraiu.-. On tin' t.l li of next month the elect ors of Ktiurman Will Vote nil I he proji isil ioll t issue -10. 0011 III school bonds for th)' purpose of building a new school building in t lie tow u i f Kins: man. The San Pernanlino rant-lu round up, on the Mexican line, report see ing two hands of well-armed Apaches last Friday. alt-nut fifteen miles north of the line. One had fourteen In dians, the other six. A numlter of men ha'c been taken into Kingman suffering from a com plication of malarial diseases, and seem very slow of recovery. They all seem to be suffering from a loss of vi tal power, every movement causing a strong exertion of will power. MISCELLANEOUS f V..wflfc- - . y . h S'4 A NARROW ESCAPE! ,, How it Happened. The follow!!;? rein,"irkbl ev-nt in a lady's III)' Hill interest I In- reader: -lorn l.,n:- in.,.. I bad , terrible pain nt lny In art, Khieh Mut tered aliruM imesaijt iy. Iliad no petin- aiHt 1'Ollld IK If sleep. I Willi III t (- ITO -l II I! to sit lin Ill bed n ml heleli L';i from mv slum. aehnnlUl thought every minute, uouid tH- lliy lllst. Ulel'M Vtii.S fl fl'elllllT of OpprvsMOII iiIhhii. my liuart, and I wiot ufnii.t to ilinw it full ItimiIi. 1 rnuldn't hwei'ii u. r.x.iii itli- nut. Killnii! ciouii unit ri-siint;; but, 1h:viiW niMi, ny i lie lie I p or ew lliiiit. V uie all Unit is jut. nun I ie I iiko niHillit r ointn. Uc furo usina tint New Heart t iiie I li:ni ti'ki-n tlilTi renl so-r:il l - reno'iiii's :i,i Ih i ii treutril by lUh-tnii nillioiit, unv Ih-iicIii until I hii lhtJi (JlrM-oiiruut'O and iJisusit l, Mv luishaml Itimzlit nit-ii Imii llu of r. Miles' New Henri ( uru, nail :ini li;ipiy tosuy I never n i:n-ti il it. us 1 liuw li.ne ii siilemliil tt m -1 . 1 1 ami sleeHV ll. I weiiihi'il imhiikIs lien I l- irau taking the, rt.ineily, uml nuw I m.-Uli l.Vi',. Its t-ITi-i l In nivrnni has liei n trnlv inurva l- ons. It far siirp:iM!4 liny oilier medicine I Inivo ever taken or any liem-lit I evi r ri' )' ived ftfiin i)liysli ians"."-Mrs. HarryMarr, I IMlMVlIll', J !l.. V"-IH'- i., is.'.-. Pr. Miles' New Heart I'uti- is solil on a tive Kiiaranii-H by ml 1 i-n ist s, (,r by the Dr. Miles Mediral Co., Elkhart, 1 ml., on reeeiplof price, $1 per bottle, six bottles j. t;. press pre paid. This erciifc (iisi-overv bv an eininent siN-i lalist in In-art (lisi-a-., rnutuius uciliiui opiaici nor Uabeuruuit Urugo. Sold by All Druggists. Meat Market. Having Purchased the Place of Mr. Y. II. Ouinn at Casa Grande I am now prepared to serve the public with Fresh and Salt Meats. Deliverv wagons will run regularly to Ari zola, Otis and Reward G K. AN(;ULO. MIM KLLA.NLor.s. FLORENCE HOTEL, i:ciii:i;t wii.i.i a m. I'lopl ii'liu . l't m n l im IVcl'i i ei i ImI if 1 . IC'Oi-'t hi i if I i i-h.i I , m , Tut T lie I lc-t . N'l lito 1 I c- 1 )l lis. rs tilt il-mu c" i in u i i 'lV'i-mw NI if lc- ei it c N leel v I'm -nisbi-il Cn rli tr foe Ai'i-i'iiiinnnl:il im of tiiiesls. I'liblf Itusiifl tlperilay. Iduril unit UuUinz l.il h-i- day and upnid, ki--i-oriiinx t) room. FLORENCE PHARMACY, C. W. FK I'NCI I, M;n;i,;,r "" I'ure Drill's and I 'liemleals. ri 'i ill I lm of I'ropni-iai v Meili. l 'm s, smi ienei) , selusjl Jt,tuU-.i-ie., Always t'n Hand. I'n-Hi-ript inns l illed With Aeruraey ami 1 arp. I ki!ti;rki -- I Ib17A (lVAl i in, niiuriiiiiuri m. a. iu v rjin, v,iiiiihv i KijitHrstr., ..... Aioona llobls C.l.l uml Silver Mi dais uml Diploma from Arizona I'erriloi ial I air for lert Work llejuillin I'lomiilly IkiiH'. I l.i i in--,, Maklus; and .Mt-mliii-( Cl C ! ia l 1 cji I lrliiicll, L. W. BLINN LUMBER Co. I,. V. 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I'KKK.M N. rinsiptM'. t sm c ii. Till ARIZONA NATIONAL BANK 'Ci lew i i, - - - , t I . i i ri i Ki:i.si-(M)i.N rs. 'Iieiiiir.'il National II.miI:. New 'oi U, Hanover National li.ink, Ni k Voi-k. I'll I ne'is' A Mi-i-hanls' Itank, Los An'elvs. I.onilon. Carls i',- Am. Itrnk. Sun I ra in i-.i'o. Nn 1 fi ii i o I C.ank ( t iiiijiii iTi'. s, l.mii,. first National lia nk, t 'hleauo, Han!, of Toinbsiuiie, Tor'il.'.-.t!'iii'. Mi: It- Nalioiial Itank. K.I I'n.-ri. iiiley Hank, CinenU.