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THl'KSI'.W, PCTonKR 6. 1S03.
AWizo: NIvWH. ICu'-Ied frota Kxch.uicc.' A riuuitaiMitia circle is to be organ ized at Flagstaff. Machinery fr an electric lighting jilant !,a nrrivei! at Tresei'tt. Clupjiarral jrule!:. near l'recott, is -i(Klueing ?ol! very lia.iiso!:ieiy. A eaiinad of ere from the McCabe mine was shipped from Treseol t last week. The Sonoita canyon, near Nogale. is reputed t be haunted by a genuine ! A party of scvci government sin- veyors h;:s recently been in the rieinli j borhid f the Ir.iC"ii nio'int ains. in Cochise eo'inty. Inciting township ! lines. ! Last week James Meliiernay. ex I superintendent of 1 lie territorial peni tentiary, was indiet t-d'hy the Ynma : eoiiniy grand jury. Ili trial will be gin next Monday. Last Sunday a prisoner escaped from the penitenfiary at Yuma, swimming the river. In twenty minutes lie was returned by wuiic Indians on the look out for the standing reward of Hart & Campbell of Apache county havt sold a lot of beef steers to be de livered at Mngdalena. New Mexico. and their range foreman is now driv ing the herd across the country for delivery. The heaviest rains fr Arizona dur- gliot. Judge Rouse ha ordend a term of j jM,r the 11n.nl h of September occurcd court in (iila county, to lx-gin Monday, i ;,t lYn t C.rant. which last year was October.-'.!). . The young ladies of Tempeare mak ing rapid progress with the brass band and they play very well. The corn crop in the vicinity of Sol onionville is this year one of the best the best ever produced. (ieorge Emmet of Mesa has refused an offer of $s.Cxm for a mining claim in the Superstition mountains. Last Saturday the president sent to the senate the nomination of Charles 1 GrotT for postmaster at Tucson. Fourteen licensed gambling games are now running in Yuma, contribut ing f42(l monthly to the school fund. At Flagstaff tlm Arizona Timber & Lumber Co. is Ailing a large order for fruit boxes for a California tinn. ship ping ten carloads of box material each week. Several men are reported placer min ing on Snow creek, a few inilen west of I'reseoU, making from :t to 4 per day each. .lack Eberly, a sporting man well favorably known at Tombstone, died of consumption at Los Angeles a short time since. Luke& Kirkland of rim nix have shipped two carloads of high grade silver ore from their mine up the I Hack Canyon road. At I'ho'iiix last Friday J. L. Mahard wai bound over to await the .-esiou j of tie grand jury for selling wine to the Indians. Nogalrs lias more secret societies than any other town in the territory and hs than three. years ago there was but one. There is on exhibition at Major Ev ans' otlice at I'lio-nix. a pomegranate weighing -U ounces-one of the larg est on record. Monday of lat week A rick Freder icks of l'i'e cott. reeeived a painful wound in Ins hand while cutting open a coal oil can. The young man wanted at Willcox for seduction, Edwin S. I'.ooth. was hanged in etligy at that place, Tues day of last week. A few days ago a Mexican shepherd in the employ of George Stone in I'inia county, skipped across the line with 1,000 head of sheep. It is estimated that no less than "oo to tjOO tons of wild hay have been cut this; season within a radius of tight or nine miles of Flag-4alT. Friday last at Hog Ranche, in the vicinity of Fort Huadiuea. a negro soldier named 'West was'diot and Mlled by a comrade named Robinson. At l'liu-iiix. la-t Saturday, Lee Rine was shot and killed by Lee liurt.ou. The two had been pai l ners in business, and had dil'ileulty ovm" old scores. At Flagstaff Walter Me Bride has on exhibition in his shoe shop a twclre pound turnip which w-as raised on his place sijLt niik-s. south of that town. near being abandoned for lack of wa ter. During the month :i.s. inches fell there. The Willcox Stockman says dudes and mashers will receive cold treat ment in that burg, if they attempt to press their attentions. The general opinion is that the safety line is not overstepped, The counterfeit five dollar pieces reported in circulation at Frescot t are now said to be genuine, but have been suViected to the "sweating" process and arc cracked, ennseiiuently are without the proper ring. The product of two furnaces at Globe is now alxiiit sixteen tons of copper per day. The cal.de tramway delivers about JJo tons of ore and twenty-live tons of lime a day. and has a daily capacity of about 2"i0 tons The senate has passed the house bill to mspend for t he year l't the law requiring loo worth of labor to be expended or improvements made on each mining claim, with an amend: merit excluding corporations from its benefits. Excavation has commenced for con struction of the immense dredger, that is to take out the new heading of the Mesa canal. The excavation is to be 2oo jards in length, fifteen feet, deep and eighty feet- wide on t In- top and tifty on 1 he bottom. At Flagstaff Charles . I. Rabbit, had a large trunk stolen from the back porch of his 'residence one night la.-!, week. The contents were clothing and silverware valued at about tJoo.Oo. Two men must have participated in the theft, as the trunk, wa.i too lieavv ! for one to carry. No traced the tyold thieves has been discovered. The Mohave Miner reports 4 ti;it t here is st rong talk of extending t he Ctah Sout hern railroad so a connec tion wit h the l'rescott Arizona Cen tral road, and then In the Southern Pacific, by connection with the Mari copa v. L'hivnix road. Such extemion would open up a splendid region in Mohave county for about loo miles. Cattle men who last, year pastured thousands of cattle in the great val ley of tiie Colorado, from the Cocopah mountains to Salton lake, and from the Algodones to Indian Wells, and who took thorn to the mountains last .June when the heavy rains fell, are now preparing to drive them back iron: the vauev lor the winter. Feed is reported excellent. A party of Navajoes is camped near Fresco!!, with about one hundred po nies, and are peddling blankets of their own manufacture. The latter are of ni;! . ery heavy, and n- -eniOie 1 .,r i.i: m: l.mto blanket.-!. Joe liner quaiii icaro water pro-'..'' and will Lot. a life! inie. Tiie,- rane from " up according t o qualil . t he li in r qual ities being Ik kl at fancy ligun. .. Onion serials are- p-ported 1h rage in Toes .in. Nix young hrile t ntul in a row: (.re of them lutes a chunk out of an onion: and the fellows pay ten cents each to guess who bit it. The Collect guesvers kiss the other five girls, while the unsuccessful kis the biter. It is unsuccessful to state t hat t he per centage In t he game is in favor of the onion chewcr. Ranchers in the vicinity of Flagstaff are busy diggingtheircropof pot at of s. The yield is not so large as in former years, but t he ipialit v is better. Flag staff put a toes a re in great demand and are known far and wide for their ex cellent eating and k"ping (pialit ics. The present demand ! greater than the supply, and juices are already higher than last season. At I'luenix Tuesday afternoon, as the family of Mr. Tims. Rankin was visiting his son, who lives next door, thieves entered the house and thor oughly ransacked it. Nothing es caped their hands and eyes, and when the family returned the house looked as if a cyclone had been turned loose in it. The thieves took nothing but some seventeen dollars in money. MISCELLANEOUS r '.-w?r v. - V . ', J VSr1"" ;'' I , A' -njt .:;' A STRANGE CASE. How an Enemy was Foiled. Tim follmvlnu graphic stutement- will '' remi wil li IiiIi iis- interest : ' I cammt ile-'Tltn-the 11 11 in1 1. ere.-i. v seiisat i-n t hut existed in niy lo ins, h.uids iiiid leirs. I hud tu rub and U at thir,i' palls iimil thi-y wile sine. Inoi ercmne in a measure the dead feelinn that liaii taken pii.M--s!nii of tlieui. In mliliiinM, I had a siiaiie wealiiu-s ill my hack 11 1 1 I around n.y waist. Iii-.'elher wllii nil inili-s, rilialile Vein-' feelini: ill my sonnaeh. Physician said It ,i 1 1 p!n'" paralysis, f nun w hich. aeeind iim in !h"ir universal ci.incliisioii, there is no relief. (In-'eit fa -lens upon :i jel son. 1 hey sav.it- coal iinies it iir-iniim- iciv-., until n reaches a wtal point ii'.: I he !Verer di' s. Mich as inv pr is ct. I ic d Ik-cm iloctet :ii-' :t ve.ir and a h;Ui'.-It adiiv, hul wit li no par ticular I. cncli I. h'-n I s:-sv i :i aitvi i-t isi mi nt of III- Miles' lh -luraihi! .Net -k inc. iiim uicd a lM)t;!eani hi an tls:n- It. MaiM lntis II tnavoeiu, hn; li few ilay had passed l- furi-. e erv hit of I ha I er. epy feeling had h-ft me, and llier-- has n.-l heen even the s 11 - i 1 1 e ( iiidica.'inii of its return. I nw I'ecl ns well a I (M r linl. and have eaineil ten pounds in v i ii.:lii, t In u-'li I had t un do-vii from 170 o f.io I'iMir nihi l h ue lis' d Hr. Miles' e-lm alive NerMne on mv feetiliien ilat im:i. air.l it ha-. hei u iisa i iTaco-T v In t heir c.is- s :- - in mill"." .In me K an--, f,:i line, . Jir. lliie.s' Ue.-lutai ive Nervine is.-ohlhynll dric-'isis nil a po liivi- L'uai aniee, or sent din el hy Ihe Tr. ,l,les Medical ( 'o.. f.l i. hart, hid., on receipt of price. fl per liotth--sit hot I li s fur -.". epi--s prepaid, ll is free ll'yiu opiates ur duuciuus drug's. Sold by All Druggists. Maricopa & Phoenix R. R. III effect Murcli 4, U'Xi. nio.M rno six UtoM MAIIIlofA. 1 - '- 2 A : z A Fn-tifht fc --STATIUNS frelL-ht I'lisseii'cr x - I'assciii-'i r P. M. " A. V. T:J." rieeiilx :u.:!.s : .vi :!."ii 7.77 Ten-pp. 'Jii.;,! H S;:ii .' i a:i-n :?( I'. l''. ' l vn-ne I I .' ."i e.'."i 'sa-'-il-ni I : l.'i t:? M.i i i---pa I : '.') Sunt hern tVicple, i -i ' hcnu-l. pas a-s Mi-- c-tpa 0 li ; I ' e. V Sine h'!-n 1 'a-'.!. . ( c,,, !,,; ,.. , ct.p-.t at 1 . .." . A.. I'ai-il." lime. A. dally. ' ' J ' r -1 i i v-u ip on : .-t.til. Traiii ' con ni-el iv: ! h t ra in . ' ::t i erti I'a c i he r "i ' j ' i i . i'mreci mi 'i'. i ,ei ii h -a.i-'e-for i--ci rii v. ml : I I'ho-ni .: w n I, -i -r.'i s f,.; I'H.sC.it !, (iiilelt. WicnenliM-: ami idtnrt-. i'. S M V-TI-V 'l''e-rics t font rlaiiner. MISCELLANEOUS. Id ilaiM Having Purchased the Place of Mr. W. II. On in n at Casa Grande I am now prepared to serve the public with Fresh and Salt Meats. Delivery wagons will run regularly to Ari zola, Otis and Reward G. E. ANGULO. 1IHI) THE LOS .TOILS TIMES. V liyV l.lccmiMc It Ih L -atl i nqf Outspoken Solid A ! !.: Newsy Generous Entrrprisinr Liberal Elevating Safe Truthful Independent Manly Excellent Surpassing I'aiiy ci a yea v. fl:.H a year. A'ldn-s TIIK I Leve-1 heailedL Observant O Sincere S Alive Nervy Graphic EniTL'-etic A N G E Loval I Entertaining E Sturdy ' S True T Incorrujjtible I Masterly M Educational E Satislyin1; S cent ii month: M'k Uiy TiMK.-Mii:i:tiin'ii. -os Aiiui ks, California. tri i lisscril o J or" J'l.MU KSSIONAL CAIIfiS. Al tK'.M S. I 1 I : .M ! 'IIKMUS ! tot liey-at . fieneral 1-atV I'nietieo otiier than rin.inai. ( M!'ce : fuurl Ihni-e, I'l.oKKM K, ----- AlllO.VA. .Koiti.i: c. isi: n . .losri ii n. Miuu.y. Willi 5IC V ,S: ik'ai:i., A(lnrney'.-:,t l.a.. "Will I'lacilce In 'I'ert ilo t ia I and 1 '. S. Vmt t . One i-n rnher of t he tirin ill at tend tiie terms of the IHsiint (unit at riorem c. tMhceat PhiIMX ------ Alii.oA. 1 I. V.JACKSO.N, ttoreey Ik. ( ounsellor at 111 l'ructice In nil the Territorial and l'i deiiil l imits. District Attorney for final enmity. I'l.oitiM k, ----- Arizona w 1 1 s- .. Mtori.ey !oid l oiinseiloi' at I. a iv. Will prai' llce in t he onrts in I'iual I oiinty. otllce: Vi m i, ------ Ahi.o.v,. iw r sic i;-r COI. i il Jaiirim-i r. 1 ni.'fil Ion V)ti-sn S)e'l: ' '(-nil' y snrvevoi ol I'inid omit v. . nut I iepi.it y I : ill ted Slate Mlm r.'i W. In. TONIC Attorney ( 'imii' el lor at I, aw. Will I'ructleft In nil "the Tec ilorlal am? Federal l oiirt., ( olleci iims Will lo ceive I'ronipt Attrtition Floiiemf. Akuom