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dig power. 5 m T. " iJsa- "Wr ABSOUUTE& PFJBS ro to- of V. vs rt:m I Tmi win to have of utad dogs. i ), ittn isMnm oi t - -;-merte" in thi issue ii-.--t is able to lw around ,m illaeaaof svtMrl days. . yutrmni two "vags" r .no gang wsterd.ty, for br, Marion ha. roturned to her ho will reside in iu. S t!. Missouri arrived on to six trams loaded ex- v it U VM3M0M pi at- the LiP. efsgday Hick.? and his -. ro fiicbi !.! .A- jftJtlBt'" w prison. 'arsons w.k .vt-.'.V8 tO?:t a brick t : w Wt-a- atu !d t . re r kin ap it of th , IrWiw with taiow. fto v to . fth h U? hold J4tfl OUtttl is irat : is bCHMH 1gOn urttire n for md th tn my Ug the i sidnl t of ibc r uas in : welctuno ads rjffcro, tuagor of 4ua has a tiieot- will bo in . i i versatile .dnt and ' r known as i ; IVe-u-ott and :. r ! s'Tral days. JAL MlN'KR With T rfol '"rstealiug uuaina gold initios r . : , wre acquitted b l huraday, attic h ! thosur r.ry Otic ! ' low the jury lir.njht out -i t' oxaini iffort Judtf - at the i , vvt'rn arrt.i, when tlioy s.i that they hai doa wrong iiii lhor. n "do with ,t IS tO in .y good . ' . fouud findrK. he jury. , ,ot have . iont;h to .se woo break the 1. hd for doing s I. v should . Yuma fun. ralof Rev. X. L. Guthrie del .it the Methodist church ' Kndny afUruo4'. The re u. ieniet at Ahtal-.la by J. ; .ink and Harw ' ' .hrie and ..ip.iiiHi to tins .ace where w.-re met at the Lhko Shore iv a delegatiM of Custer . ;A. It-, and Uk.et to tho The s-rvu-i's ere con . .i ! lr. Oidior.''. a-sisled by !. ;". Dr. I". ' ind Kev. . 1 1. Tight members -f Custer i:tcd as pall Uar'rs. The : .I largely- attended as the 5 was known here - nee boy- r C: Pc- 1 t' d.- hoi. tii! ?. Fho' uresuMit fn:it abroad M. -, i'aroiiae Ik.u hail. Paines isyf 'lanevUurthie, r ndla3,Ohio, Y li. i tit hrie. itellev tic, (Mm). .Mrs. 'rviiii . who was a fnner .Marsh iii h !y. and sou.ac. ontp.mied tho tnJo rami father': remains from Ariou;. tVmneaut, .Cnio.) Ko j.oriei April 11. Tu May uuter if tl Overland Mo.ialy will otaii articlo on t',e ArchitecJure of Nan Francisco, hv F.meat C Peivotto. lose and 'feo, b Fraud Hai lev M Hani. A l..Hiit;fullv illiitratHi s.v m of two KMnta liarbara U.. aPPoar' ' with a number of iher Uii'ht short : Uries, uch as iiy l-anlr, lho ; . Il piRiti.vd 4 (HOST rhe number ; ; 3 ' ni iw u ..:nn j ... ... i . :. j ..... . t 1 1? . A II-. 1 .vtt&i. t ti ' ; t.1uiture,and one on Sheep hhear-1 ing on the Saat a "Barbara islands, j Not Alvays the Flour. H your Biscuit are Heavy, Your Griddle Cakes Sodden, Your Pastry Poor, Your Cake dries out quickly, Change Your Baking Powder. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder NEVBR DISAPPOINTS, ft imports that peculiar lightness, sweetness and flavor cfcicrved ki the finest food, and not obtainable with any other Latest U. S. Gov't RetL't f Til uiisd ay's Daii A cold north nllv, to-U; H. J. Allan, i .! rom, is iu . G. A. Swan forCaliforuia tbt morning. P. M. V rphy ha Q t FImmhu ou railro ? huaiueas Gov? - Hughes rrivd ta FIm nix ye- - luorntag. . C. P. ... rla- Brown rotoraed fforn Wathiijt- lat uvciiiug. i'WIU ha eto ntortfih Harm" at old folkea. Coertt April 21 Ht. ('. A. Mitchell, foceaaariy fofeuiau of the Senator mine ha gne to California. The first car load of machinery for iiartiu Mater's ice factory ar rived last veAti. Frank Ulaody . is sick The at tendinir r4j' repoKs it a case !" of diphtheria. ,V. H. viray, ol Corurlile, Arise, wananhHig the out of town visitors in Preaooii to-day. Mrs. C. J. Chase will give a reci tation at ye old ftkes concurte, Fri day wu,, April 21. j Candidate for the position of hrk f the ttttr.-t Ntirt are quite numerous; well, !aj 'iboul. a doxtui of t hem. Four mennn singors will sing; yo wonderful son;s at ye old fok'es romrte ou Fndav evening;, April 2lst. Of the twenty-five now euginos. recent Iv ordered by the A. & l. railroad, eight havo boon received and placed iu service. Joint tariff sheets of various rail roads with the Santa Fe, Preseott A, Phcuix have been publisluul. They how quite a reduction over preccut rates on through freight. C H. Bennett sustained a frac ture to one of the bones of his left arm. last evening, by being kicked by a horse. Dr. Dutcher reduced the fracture to-day, and he is get ting along nicely. George Best, a brakeman on the S. F. 1. P. railroad was killed at the Ash Fork yards yesterday, lie was an experienced railroad man. but. while engaged in colliding cars was caught between the bumpers and crushed to death. This is the first casualty which lias occurred iu the operating department. The Joiminau-.Mi.V8k last night re ceived an invitation to attend a reception and banquet, tendered by the citizens of Phcuix to the out going and incoming Governors of Arizona, and to the members of the seventeenth legislative assembly. As the reception was given last evening the invitation had to be de clined. Anothor brakeman was killed at Ash Fork today, on the A. & P. railroad, lie was on the water train and fell from a oar while it was iu motion the bal ance of the traiu passing over his bod v. An inquest was held ou the remains of this one, whose name was not learned, and nn tlmo. k i Ueii v -. l i . Best who each ease being that tte.-ith was. cansed by carelessness of the par ties -themselves. The Sisters' ho(ita n this city at pn-.-eiit .tu ite u piticMits, !iu" . lifl'-'niiiT with ..irious complications and are mostly rail roaders. The institution is clean and well kept, while the wants of the unfortunates are attended to iu that spirit of generosity and com fort which everywhere character izes the work of the Sisters toward the afflicted. An addition to the quarters is now being made to com fortably accommodate all. Joseph Pulitzermaintains a Paris residence at a cost, or 200,000 a vear, the establishment including a dozen horses and thirty servants. Ho has also a handsome New York resilience near Central park. Tt is such bright examples that encour age the devotees of journalism, even far out on the western plains.- lDx. y m .. mi... A few months since the Jodrnau nlmiit Uncle Jimmv .Moore finding a honey mine in t he m,Az ne.nr Kirkland Valley. Ho obtained a large amount of honey in the crevices of the rocks by blasting them out. About five miles beyond the Cas tle Creek Hot springs in a barren lint in about three hundred feet high near tho stage road, about a dozen swarms of bees seem to be lnentwl. and it is estimated that the clefts of tho rocks contain five or k?t nns nf hoilOV. Mail' Ot ttlO rocks are overhanging and the i is 0XPOsed to view in the . . T Afarsh it is alloded ,' ' t ui tj,0 cia;, a,,i proposes .. ft i . ilovelOP It ailll taKOOUi me uunuj . . . .1. iit. intltIIletl 111 I lie TOCKS. nu nijs i.at miuin"- for honey may not yet ijLK.orao a pormanout industry? y j Fmiuav s Djuuv. B. F. Jacoharetuti. " i last evening. 11. J. Alton returned home to Jerome to-day. The public schools, will re ojen again next Monday. 13. J. Austin returned last ovnu ing from a visit to Tonto Bhiiti. Hugh MeCrnm. tho rotjrod mkxy ohaut and capitalist,' ofSnuTrnn cisco is in town. J. r. Wilson has recoired nearly a oar load of now goods during the past fow days. Judge IS. V. French returned last ovuning from an oillcial visit to the country. A. II. Sparro nud wife have dd eir residouce iu south Preseott to T.J Dunkle for S500. ft. Oolomau, superiuteudeut tf track i nig on the S. F. P. P. railroad. s in town last night. Johu V-4jb, ndmiuistralor of the estate of John Malloy deceased hai apnlie.1 to tl'ie probate court for na ortler f sale of the personal prop erty belonging to the estate. Wnu lvyan the prisoner who was i sent alter two DucKei oi ww, ! aud who "never came baok any I more" was oharged with ajratid lar- ceuy, a rather serious charge. John Hull was the naino of the brakeman killetl yestenlay ftt A-U l'"V)rk. A telegram to F. F. Fnant of Copper Basin, where bi d for merly resided, conveyed Ibn infor mation. John Webb" teams haw returned from the White Hills, ou account of scarcity of work there.'' A po tion of them are employed iu freight ing to Jerome while others are at work hauling supplies from I he end of the track to the graders' c.vujm. Tom Morris, the world heater foot racer, met his match lat jjit urtlny nt Sjinta Aua, California i a man 'named Pulley. They ru.i a race for $t5,0i)0 which was" von br Pulley bv about nine few. J. 1. Dillon, of Proeeott, was there ami is now on his way hom, to arrive to-morrow. -MIhInc lnt4tltafMs The Phoiiius Republican eouiains the following concerning one of Yavapai county's gold productr: "The recent rich strike iu the Luke mine in the lirntNhsw inotiu tains, Yavapai county, give to that piierty a promi'ueut, par haps the most protniiwnt p wit ion among the first -clj silver proiltic ers of Arizona. The owuer f the ptoiorty, Luke m ml Kirkland, have been sinking a shaft from the sur face aud tunneling southward (o meet the end of a slope worked by tho owners of an adjoining claim. Tho connection was made Inst wttek, and dteclotwg a Innly of sul phide and chloride ore that far ex ceeds iu size ami richness their tnot brilliant oxoetation. At a depth of eighty-three feet in the shaft they touched the top of the ore chute, rich, but only uae inch in width. At ninety feet tho pay streak had widened to eight inches, and here t hey ran a level of sixty five feet nui sunk a wiuio fifteen feet, deep, finding the (iay strvftk at that depth over a foot in' thickness and Assaying $&J0 per ton. Here they ran a level twenty feet each way fiom the fnt of the wiiit finding the ore to lw of a uniform width of sixteen inches. A three foot shot at the south end of the level broke into the topo they were in search of, and there, at a 'depth of 12T feet from the surface, the ore body is nearly three feet iu thick ness and almost solid metal. To realize what an extraordinary "Tidy j of ore is here, one must renieuiler (list the Tip Top mine, second uly to the famous Silver Kiugas a pro ducer, could never, even iu its pal miest days. lxast of a pay streak of over eight inches iu width, aud that, too, at a depth of 7U0 feet. It is far within the truth to state that the shipping ore already disclosed by the workings am unt to twelve car loads. Being iu tho utidt of a pine forest ou the summit of the Uradshnws lmth wood and water are pntctCotlly inexhaustible, aud situated ns it. is, on a lofty ridge, with hundreds of feel of sheer de scent on either side, it presents every facility for w oaouiical and profita ble working." Along tit OriMlft. Foreman NYalsh's force is grad ing the street iMdweeu Clark and Adams saw mill and the railroad fill near the depot grounds. The rock cut near Martin Meier's place in West Preseott has been completed. The end of the track yestenlay evening was within a half utile of the south end of the rocks. It seems that Johu Duke did nrt prohibit tho contractors from haul ing bridge and piling timber through his place, but insisted on tho gate leading to the field bo kept locked. An extra lock aud keys being procured the work went on without cessation. ' Foreman Trainer has broken camp at Whipple having completed his work there, and is now iu camp just over the summit nt Iron Springs. Ou account of heavy rx'k work botweeu here aud Skull Vallev it will be impossible to work all of the tennis on it. Contractor Lantry will therefore locate a camp near Phenix for the extra animals and will pile up the grade this way. It is estimated that it will take from five to seven months to com- iili)i Hie vvnrl.- over 1 1 to sunltilif . Tho following are the names of stations between Ash Fork aud Preseott and the disUuiee of each one from Ash Fork: Jinmsgate 2 miles; Meath, S; Wicklow, 17; Rock Butte, 19; Limestone Canvon, 28; Cedar Glade, 25; Chino 37; Clear Spring, 11. Jerome Junction, IS; Massiek, 51; Preseott, 00. A Flagstaff paper reports that S. B. Hibbon. president of the Arizona Sandstone Co. has the contract to build a union depot nt Ash Fork, rt will bo built of stone from the company's quarry east of town, and the stone will all be cut hero. Mr. Hibben will put a force or meu at work next week preparing the stone. Shoes! Shoes! Shoes! Ladies.', misses' and child reus'. The largest stock and lowest prices in the city come and see them. You will bo sure to buy. Fifty varieties of men and boys' shoos. The finest selection in town. You are Mire to bo pleased in style, quality nud price by tho Bashford-Bunuslor Company, "School" shoos for girls and loys in endless varieties at fow prices go to tho Bashford-Burinistor for your foot wear. i Sati mus (t latur. jt it. aoaUaocguaumi u town ljjiie school wilt egiw ml BuyaUetet4&aYeOtdo Folke' Cooeert. k;feSttntiniU slronthonud by Btirn, in PreseoH, April 15th, to the wife of Fred Smith, a daughter. W. W. Ross returned last evening from a visit to Big Bug miumj; dis t riot. Judge Hawkins, litis written to friends that ha will be home next Monday. Hugh MflOruta weut out this af ternoon for n rUii to H. A. Swn or Lynx creek, Arlhnr Galley the little son of Mr. and lira. J, S. Calhs, hi rwtwrted sick with chicken jmx. A Mayday pknie ovtv the new road is talked of aad wilt in all prob ably be determined ou. Mesdamos G. A. Swan and & W. French will eeh sing a solo at Yo Okie Folke's Concert a' next Friday eren'uur. I ' 0STA kinds of dressed poultry ; just recvtvoil at the Duiiu market. ' Also the K.!$:e bread if oyster-, HO . wuts a cau. 1 Svvicosat tlt. UrtHtd church to n !vKw at 1 1 . m v.id 7: k) ji. m. tJu.i i.ty ttchoid at 10 a. in. ioafead of a c- 'took a fou rL . G veroor if u rphy a IvcrtiacM a re war., in this i-a,i Ue the ur.-cst nud5 em ,-stiou o :alva lor A rmi jo, the. wife louiderer of A.h lAr. It is aonottueei that It. D. lows is a caudidate Utr the p wit ton ot : SK-roUiry f the terriiorv having i f ruled to secure the app.Mutmetil ns j jUgc. Bidinr's barler shop has three of the best Umsorial artists in town, and a visit to tho place will oonriuro jou ' list one trial is worth another. ThcM are three chairs, so you don't hate to wait. A representative of tho liucrm amalgator oooqwmy arrived in Pres eott ywsterdar aud went tuit to Lynr Creek today with 11. A. Swan t.io k at tne Lyux Creek plactw claitii- a view of pmtiug in a plant then. The Keoley Institute a' hI whne new recruits to ite ranks la.-, e.v-i! i . 'J'Imi Phenix institute ha- rh:vj now iu iiuedaity. There i is ques tion about these institutes doiug just as they reierstiit. Dr. Frank Co.ik write to the JoinKii. khxKK that his iai.ier Hon. J. D. t ook is slowly bnt surely re covering from his recent at tack of illness in Pheitix. Mr. Cook is under treatment front his .n at tho tatter's home in San Francitco. Preaching at the Firit W. E. church at 1 1 a. m. Sunday school after morning sermon, tip worth League meeta at in church jwr lor. The secotui snuoa in the Bible services will giveii at 7:30 p. ,m.; ubjei-t, "The Biide as a Iknik." EverybtMly tveleoute. C. J. Cbas-s pastor. While cleaning out old truuks &ts last evening iierpsratory ti goiug to tbn World's Fair, T. J. Butler ttis covcred a money order issued in San Fraueisco April iSw 188!, - twelve years ag end made payable to him. Iu the letter with it were also a lot of old fashiHed tMtstaire stauii. Jerry Barton's mush- hall offers to the public the best opportunity in the city to bear a tew stuig well sung or an tust mtnentai ex cellent ly rendered. Hilly Wthustn is the vocalist at thi rsrt. ami wortls are inexpn wvh to pnierly preent to the public his vocal ac complishments. Co and listen to him. The K wiew of Reviews this mouth enters upon itn thirtl year. This is the best magiziue publish-nl, for the man who is buty. It contains a re sume or review of all the niikst iuter eating topic of all the leagnKines, and repnKluces the Iwst cartoons of all the illustrated piir, and in fact contains tho civim of all literary ierkxlicalt. Peter Sanee the Gila Bind saloon keeer has just added another note -on his guu barrel for another Mexican killed. This makes five Mexieaus that he has killed within a short time all claim 1 in s.df defense. It seems that Sjenre has aroused the enmity of the Mexicans and that the latter luive trie;! to kill him but in each instance result ing iu the killing of the Mexican. The first shipment of wool from Northern Ariaona this season was made from - Ash Fork, by Messrs. Reitner & May,' the well known sheep raisers. Their clip made seven carloads, and was consigned to Mr. John Lyon, th St. I ami is wool buyer. The clip was considered very clean and of excellent qtnlily. Coconino Sun. Services tomorrow at the Bapti.-t Church as follows: Sermon in the m ruig at 1 1 o'clock by the jmstor Joseph Smale. Subject, "Murv n loiuting Christ." The Rev. J. C. Jordan of the Rnptul Home Mission Society will pnmcJi (D. V.) at 7:30 p. in. Sun Say school at. 10 n. in. Par ents are asked to kindly note the change of hour from 12 to 10 for the meeting of the Sunday school. Tue reader is coniially invited to all the services held in "this church. The Los Angeles The crop of oranges ing well to the East, of car loads thus far riously estimated at 2,500. This number ISx press says: has been mov- The number shipped is va- Troiii 5?,!KX) to is iu excess of the number or carloads Tor the same period last ytir. Last week was the banner week Tor the movement of oranges. The fruit, though, not bringing tho same rates as last vear, tho demand is firm and thorn is every prospect for an appreciation iu price soon. Hint lu- lloinu 04.il fort. ISnt slowly and you will not ovor eat. Keoping tho Toot warm will pro vont headaches. Late to breakfast hurried for dinner cross at ten. A short needle makes the most expedition in plain sowing. Between husband and wifo Utile attentions beget much love. Always lay your table neatly, whether you have company or not. Whatever you may ohoosu to give away always bo sure and keep your temper. Bolph Dillon, or tho Courier roT turned last evening from a visit to Uie Catnrael canyon milling district. T. t . t o is rpp.-,n t& qli iTo17tr ' Masonic lodge meets for work to-night. E. A. Jordan, of the Verde valley, was in town to-day. Two more patients joined the Kooley institute yostesday. Tho public schools ro-oponed to day again for tho summer torm. Tho first strawberries of tho sea son arrived horo Saturday ovoning. Tlu Si. Johns Herald reports lho shooting of .lose Pndillu by a Navajo Indian. Dr. Duiehor reports two of Mrs. Roeu A. Miller's children sick with scarlet fever. Tho attention of wood choppers isdtreetud to the advertisement, iu this issue, of wood wanted. Two of J. ('. I ran in's uhildren are reported .:ck with sore throat and a quarantine has been established ! against the family. ltov. C. J. Chase had a largo audience last evening to hear the second of his series of lectures on the subject of tho bible. Hugh MoCrum, lo-dav purchased the Cabinet snhon building of Johu vl. Canqell. llo has also lieou ne gotiating for the purchase of the Palace barber shop. Meetings at the Baptist church to dar at M ami S p. m., con due'iHi by Rev. J. C. Jordan (of tho sptist Homo Mission Society) and Pas'.r Joseph Smalu. All are hoar tit mrited. :Sadmu reigns in the family of ilr. aud Mrs. Alex. Th tinpsou, who m side just s-outn ot town, ou ac count of the death of their little daughter. Maud, asfed mwirly 7 years. Tho funeral took place this afternoon. A six year old girl of Mr. and Mrs Alex. Thompson on Banning creek died yesterday with diphtheria. Two others of the family are re ported sick with it. A daughter of Mr. nud Mrs. ( II. Bei nclt in lho sniu. neighborhood is also roported sick with the same disease. Fresh eider nt Ait ken s. A nice lot of Fresh Ranch Eggs at Mills' Wynkoop stand. afitG Fine Imported Cigars just rcceiv od at Ford's. These cigars am ex eel lent. tf Mr Fruits are always fresh and' clean, and t he rmst in the market. J. 11. Mills, at Wynkoop's. afdG Mrs. Daris wife of a freighter diod nt Hot Spring on Sunday April 9th, ami w s buried the day following. jPSP"Geiiuine Limburgcr, -10c. Jj?"F,Ameriean Limburger, 80c. (3f American Swiss Cheese, JJOe. I mjortHl Swiss Choose, 10. &5? American Cronm Choose, 2f)c. Ivansis Ranch Butter, .c. tf yn.u.u Dulix. The dining rooms of Hotel Burko have undergone an entire change in management. It is now the best place in the city to receive any del icacy in the eating line you may wish, as well as the be-it service. Nothing iu the market is overlooked and every delicacy to be had is liberal! served. J m Fisher, agent Domestic Sew ing Machines. Assortment on hand. A new lot of Big Bug Onyx Pins' cheap, at tho Wynkoop stand. aattJ Freeli Candies received each week at Ait ken's. Finest assortment in town. tf On account of increase of business Graham the tailor found it necessary to move into more spacious quarters and his place of business now and hereafter ill lie fouud on Gurloy streei, north of the city plaza. Just rH'elMl at SchlesiiiKers Small cream chee.e, green cheese Saratoga chis, English Bloaters, Sen Francisco Wiener Sausage, Crabs, Lobsters, Shrimps, Fresh Oysters iu any quantity. Come and for yourself. f21t2 Come and see us. and we will ox plain our methods of doing business Wo are hu-ated hero and intend to stay. We represent safe, sound and relftdilo Insurance Companies, and are now ready to do your busiuoss. Before placing your risk olsowhore consult us, at Ct is building. C. A & J. S. Grcou. tf You insure iu order to protect yourself. You do not protect your self unless you insure iu a safe eoni jany. The New York Life is the safest eomjKUiy in the world, and lho agents are prepared to prove it. I 'harles A. G recti, agent. tf $18,000,000 paid in death claims, r00,000 paid every 00 days 1,500,000 in the reserve fund. The rates are one-half what they are in old lino companies While in good health take a policy in tho Mutual Bevervo Fund Life Association. Don't put off what you can do today, what you cannot do tomorrow. Apply to. G. W. Fohd. Schlessinff.w, at his Club sing.w, at ins uiui) uooms I has received a large invoice of lm port otl Sausage, Holland Herring Swiss and Liuiburger Cheese, Gor man Pickles, Hams, Fresh Oysters aud many other things too iiumor cms to mention, which lie is prepar ed to furnish to Families, in any quantities. tf Wood Vnntl. - Proposals wanted lor two hundred Cords of wood wanted at the Silver Bolt initio Augn Fria. Delivery to commence at once. Address all bids to Charles M. Clark, P. O. Box 213, Preseott Arizona, until May 1. Wnnt.'il. Roliable person to take oxclusivo control, on now plau, of tho circula tion of mv Worlds f air Magazine, "Woulu's Columbian Exposition il- MKrrnATHD," authentic organ of tue Fair, in Preseott. Stamp for partic ulars. J- & Campbfxl, 150 & IGl Adams St., Chicago. A ltitMtnen 0:uortuitll jr. &mA ust received a lino and cheap stock of soring clothing and dry 4?oods of all descriptions. Wo will sell these goods at a very reasonable rale. Call aud look at them. tin3 A. WoLuiN-nuno & Co. Notice. Just received and almost gone five tubs of Minnesota Artie Croani- ory Butter, at J. H. Mills. Wyn- koops old stand. Wnntetl. A man and wife, without children. to take charge or aud run a ranch. Apply at the City Food Yard, For Stylo, ' A square piano for sale very cheap and ou easy installments. En quire ol L. Thomas. uiltf T SV . t-it.-!i ?- t !.-.! u:e ! a day or U . Buy a ticket uow for ye olde folkes' couccrt. Tickets for ye olde folkes concert e are on sale at J. M. AitkenV Born, in Preseott April 10 to tho wife of Dennis A. Burko, a sou. C. F. Fisher ispropnring to on gago iu busines3 in Proscott soon. Judgo TTawkins will hold n term of court at St. Johns within a short time. B. M. Goldwater returned last ovoning from his trip oast and to California. Judgo J. J. Hawkins S. P. Bohan and Denis A. Burke, relumed homo last evening from thoir attendance on the legislature, "John Anderson my Joo John" will bo soung by one o'r yo wommon syngers at yo olde folks' couuurte at the Methodist Church nuxt Friday evening. J. IT. Campbell, superintoiidontof The Virginia Gold Mining Com pany, was iu town to-day. He says thu'mill is still running aud tho mine is developing well. Dr. Dutcher tenorts five of tlm j Thompson childern aick with diph theria. 1 lie 1 Jennet t girl ho sa3s is quite seriously ill also the case Iwing of a very malignant type. Hotel Burke arrivals: C. R. Bush, Now York; J. Campbell, Yarnoll; W. H. Rho !oa, Chino; Clark Broden, Sumner, Wash.; W. M. Lunch, Chino; Michael Pool, Bob Smith. Yarnell. Ifusrh McCrum vesterdnv our- ehased the Palace barber shop building. This male him the propritor of three buildings there. They are the ones occupied by the Palace aud Cabinet saloons and the Palace barber shop. Deeds were iccordud today from F. G. Parker to Hugh McCrum aud from J. G Cnmplnm to Hugh Mc Crum for lots aud improvements on the west side of tho plaza boing the Palace barber shops and Cabinet saloon the price paid boing $5,500 and $o000 respectively. A patent for 100 acres of land was received at tho Preseott land office last evening bearing the signature of G rover Cleveland, boing the first patent received hew during his present term. Tho owner of tho land is John Wood, of Coconino county. The Mojave Indians bolievo that the spirit of their tlead go up in smoke to the "White mountain" whon their bodies are cremated, and property which is thrown into the Unities go's uj with them. They also hac a ImIi if that all the Mo jave wli di.i and are uoi cremated turn into owls, and when they hear an owl hooting at night thev think it is tho spirit of some Mojavo re turned. Tho late tilt betwoon Senator Harris, of Tennessee, and tho Presi dent wherein tho senator being anrored by tho president's treat ment of his reemmeudation to office, told Mr. Cleveland that ho could make all the appointments without his assistance, recalls tho fact that he had a similar quarrel with Mr. Cleveland during the formor ad ministration, ami for more than throe years did not enter tho White House. Ex. Notlop f.tr ttl.ls. Bids will bo received until May 1st, 1S03, for the building of an lee Honso 'JaxlO foot. Bules and speifi- catiou.s Rtven on application. I reserve the right to reject one or all bi Is. V.m. Duli.n. Proscott, April 18, 18t3. Ir Snlf at a Unrcnln, Ten ohoi!.- of Anieri(vuiized ISn cy clopedia liritanica. For particu lars euqtitre at this ohue. lnla.U t,m. j A thre headed in-i;iio wratch- i charm was lost lctwecii tliei .nn ! h.'U- and ihe Sierra elub rmun. The finder wi!i U suitably reward ed by returning it tt this ofiict. tf Finn IturKiiIiK. Just received afinoand cheap stock of spriug clothing and dry goods orall descriptions. We will sell these gooils at a very reasonable rate. Call and look at them. tm3 A. WoU.EXBt'KQ it Co. Ntlro Is horoby gixon I hat. Schlossiuger is in no wise connected with the Montezuma lunch rooms. Wat. Dulin. Preseott, Aprils, ISllo. Gold .Minos For Snln. A group of fiyo mines for sale on reasonable terms, uoar Walnut Grove. For further information ad dress b. J. llodirdon. alnut tirnt-n. Ariz. fSHf "Stargo," ''Omngo Blossom," and Mercant ile Cigars can be bought only at Aitkon s Cigar Store. tl The republican Senators aro a minority, but all the same t hoy had their way about tho uow ofh'eors o( the Senate. The ofh'eors have boon elected, but will not take thoir places until the next session. Senator Chandler is right. Lot tht) uow immigration law be carried out to the letter. That's what it was ouaeted for. To llio CIltKfiiH or FrfMOiitt. ml. I ii x no unuursiLMieu nas lust our has hist chased an ice i t manufacturing ma- chine oi mo very latest dosirn in overv respect, and which ho will have in operation just as soon as it can bo received horo and placed in Sosition. The machine will have a aily capaity of making . fifteen tons of ice, and the ice will bo made from the very purest water obtain able, and will bo clean and clear and free from all defects and impuri ties. It will be sold at as low a prico as natural ice was over sold for and will be doliverod to all parts of town. All partioa, who are consu mers ol ice, are respectfully solicited to reserve their ordors fortheseason until they secure prices and tonus from mo and see samples or the ice manufactured. Vory respectfully, Martin Maikr. FnEscOTT, February 27, 1S1)3. U tho pictures labelled "high art" in some publications aro correctly named the lovers of tho beautiful will have to content themselves with "low" art. Mrs. Clara Emmons, of this city, was appointed a notary public by Governor Murphy. Mrs. Emmons is the socond lady" iu the Territory to receive the uow houor. Phouix. Herald. Mr. W. Marshall Stockton. CaL 1 Would Be Dead But For Hood's Sarsaparllla A Wonderful Cure Restored t Good Health I-Mt v,1Ur I vrwi In a Terr bid conflltton, ray gvaefal ImcIUi all run down. I crew thin, lmtl no aptuMt, coakl not sis ap mora than Are hiiit nt a Une. atxt when 1 woke up I wotiN bave (NttMs tn my ttowels . In tho tnorairtx whea I a row l wouM sem uioro Uroit than when I wat to btl. I had a ihumplag- kntIM la Um rgiwt ot my heart. I cannot tell How Miserable I Felt. I was Wlsl to do up work entirely. My irlwufe !vtn.M mo to take Hood's S&rsapatitla, and I ilW so. I am now using tho sUth bottl. nml ia jsst Umt It ha worked upon ta a wuafletful fiiro. I ha.it grown iiulU stronc. am 8ln uMo to work, sloop vru and bate a tood ainmuie, with ho more Palpitation of the Heart. I am happtor now and In better health thaa I have ! a for years. I ttmily beUare that It It had uv. ben (or Uood'n Sarsajrllla I would be dead to-day. It may not be worth mentioning. arsapariila CURES but before taking Hood's Sartaparilla I hsA pskl two physlelans sixty dollars for mcdlclae, and Hood's Sarsaparllla travo mo a new lease of Ufa for nre." W. Mjuukall, Comrnerelal Hotel. Stoekton, Cat Get HOOD'S. HOOD'S PlLLS are band iri xtA rfse! In proporUon nud appe&rasoc H6e. pet &. SUlnlnK Intplllrenr. A rich striko of ore was made centlv in tho ITo'iokeu mine re in Walnut Grove. There are nine men employed now in the Rtl Buck miue at Wal uut Grovo. Tho proporty continues to look well. A fow months ago four hundred mon were employed nt the While Hills mines. Now it is slated that only about fifty- are at work. John Biauconi has deeded the Triangle claims, ou Lynx creek, to the Lynx Creek Gold and Laud Company, for the nominal considera tion of SI. --- --liugTi McCrum and C. M". ClarkX will start up tho Silver Belt mill iu a short time. They will put in a sampling plant in conuection with and will buy ores for cash at the mill. They advertise in this isauo for 200 cords of wood. ... A telegram from San Diego says: Articles are prepared for a uow gold mining company, with $50,000 capital, to operatoon the unoccupied portion of Cedros Island, in Moxi- j can waters, about half way down the Lower California coast. Chicago and Snn Diego people are interested in it, thoso from this city being Colonol William Deutou, James Vernon, H. A. Howard, George Neale, George Foster aud George Fuller. A tolegratu from Boise, Idaho, sas: James Fitzgerald, one of tho owners of the Bengal Tiger opal mine, of Squaw Creek iu Owyhee county, has brought to Boise the largest opal overseen in this, portion J. Tim rough gem was i ti. mine . i Thursday taken fro" Inst nud w.'ts found in!v thre feef lielow the urfatt. The weight of the opal is more than 500 carats. 1 iu- -"-ettion in which the stone as found :s v.-kame clay. Vh:! the opal dHs not tlisplay as much fire a.-, many of the t'Uis rwently discovered in the same locality, it is remarkably free from Uaw.s " A telegram from Phenix says: One of tho most important, gold "finds, as Tar as evidence gees, has just been made near Phouix and close to thB Arizona dam. For a generation the story ot an old Indian smelter which was located in that section has been abroad, but it was giveu the usual credit of miners' myths and nobodj paid any atteutiou to it. Last Suuday two prospectors were coming through a canyon bo tweeu the precipitous mountains when they eamo upon the evidences of sing aud picked up sevoral huud- rod dollars, half gold and half cop per. The pieces which were found weighed from one to three ounces and contain tho best quality of Arizona gold. A vigorous search is being prosecuted for the miue, which is thought to bo near by. .. E. N. Bakor, who visited Proscott n short time since, representing him self as the representative of the Miuing Industry, is advertised ns a fraud aud a bilk. The Cocouiuo Sun says that he duped a number of ourcitizous for an illustra tod "write up" which was to have been pub lished long since iu t he Mining In dustry, and it is probable that those who put up for it are out just that amount. The Sup adds that ""write up" men represent ing all manner of schemes to put money in their pockets, aud take it out of Flag staff, have been frequent visitors to this place and we are sorry to say it, successful iu their schemes, and we ilo not believe that only in ono instance did any benefit accrue for the town by the money giveu to these schemers. No to wu was over built up by outside newspaper. The home newspapers do more to build up a town than all other moans. If one half the mouey given to outside newspapers during tho past year had been given to tho sup port of tho homo papers, oither one or them would bo in a position to add many now features to thoir pages. If tUero is any special sub ject to be writton upt give the homo newspapers an opportuuity to do it and then circulato your home pa per. autU-ou will work; for the in to rest ot vour towy. Tho newspa pers of Flagstaff patronize homo institutions exclusively, aud spend all their mouey with tho homo mer chants, aud thoy labor incessantly, in season and out of seasou, for tho interests of tho town and country, and thev should receive the hearty and open handed encouragement of every resident of the county.' Try one of the "Champion" Ci gars at Aitksu's. A now brand and a.daisy. tf HOOD'S rnn i " T oLLbHAPH.'; Situatloa Still Threntenluct Brussells, April 18. "Rioting stiii continues and tho riots are spread ing. The situation throughout ail of Belgium is still vory threateaif. Tliey Itave It nil Their Own Ohaua, April 18. The striko t:f mechanics tn tho Union Pacine sdiops has extended from Oruaha'to Portlan I. Three thousand meu ore now affected by the striko. No effort ha3 yet been made to fill the place of the strikers. -: To Be a ltattlo or OlinU, Topeka, April 18. A railroadloaa today sj-eaking of tho strikesow on betwton the Santa Fe and Uioou Pacific and employees says that theso strikes are only tho beginnius of trouble which is to test tho rels- tivastreuii-kth of railroad corapaoies and organized labor all over the United States. Ho says that all the more important roads of the country have signed an agreement not tc entor into auy more contracts witk organized labor aud existing cob tracts will be aunuued at the oarie opportunity. ; Sent Up For Six lVeeka.. " London April 18. The Dowai Duchess of Sutherland was.&stfi teucetl to-day to six weekst iiniri" onment for contempt of "court -refusing to return docnmeaiK r quired m court. Th affair eac a groat sensation. Married a ScIom of NUU New York. Arjril 18 Earl Cr yas married to day to Miss C I'm Martin, a young American ' ess. Kullock Hwlile OU Mexlwtw ItkU - OiTt Or Mexico, Ajwril IS. report that T. S. Bullock has the Monterey aud Gulf railroa the Southern Pacific Com pa donied here. Mr. Bullock still i tains control of ihe road, an- recently secureu eoncesmou several hundred mUes additi road. M A Ofeat KtO Oi ut- t the o aIo valley, " ty of water for irrijes acres of alfalfa, two bearing good house, corrals, sold cheap with or without hold furniture wind with or w. horses, cattle, &c on aocout sickness. For further partiru call at this office or on the uoi. sigued owner three mile bel Camp Verde. Josbpu Msuvrx AplOtfw Notice for Pabltefttl .u. U. S. LAN OKI' ICE. Ftwcott. Arfcoaa, Airil K .-. Xotico la tterebr fftrea tint tto uUo wuwt uaotad M4ttarfcaltiaonco h- inetr. t k dual proof in support bm omim, and that i-t proof will be mad before Ifc- itanietM oU K cviiver t Freacotr. Ariron, ua Slrd. Jiut S. 1S9S, rit.t John If Xbla, H nrtHa Applleatioa No. m for lw SWh Mrti a twp 18 N itao Wat Ho narnee tho folliwilns- wiutae t tt-' ct enntinuoo residence uru aaiietaltivaur.3 uf land. Tlx.: A. D. Adanu. of Pr(.u, Alfrl Hhupp, of Skull valley. H- H Vtpo -f S tll v! fcjy, 1. l. NiehoU oi KVU Uqr. t'imt poblkatioa, April t Kotice for Publitfatieu Laxb Qrncz at t'H?oirrr. n Kottm U hereby iva itatUw follow . ot naoi.i settler ha fUnlnoUcocf hif tutoatK u u final proof In aupport of ih c-iMio, aad tr.a tcj proof will be mado before ttur KrfWtw &U le osit&rt Prewott, AruiHi. ,m Iho-day. liajr 2i, iya,"Srta: Thotnaa tU.ltaad, HKrut Ae pUcatloa No. SOL for Lt-. 1 aiul : NSV ecUon 4 township 7 IN fc 1 W. .sK' A SSk of etioaMtoiahlp8r. : Ho namett the f uilowirv rt a continuous iideneti upon and cuiUtaUoa id land, fls.; Own AKnsUn. Henry-HUbem FrejiciaM. HurchetU JmM McQuineaa, all ot tt.nt, i'. ij. Aria. n . J. a MAirriN. IWiater tftpuk:i juio- Ai . v. u, isas.Vv PROCLAMATION :)F HtvvAKD 'Vwr t-r At To Whom It rtuj Cms... u. Whereaa. It ha coma u ms .uolnW fraea aathdntio sourcee that ou the iSth day ui tfc&cfe art . A. 1. 1S93, at the town of Ash Fork. County! ot Yavapai, Arixona, ono Salvador ArtWlio" brutally murder Ms wife, irrancosca Arotijo. aaaf did then make his eecape to parts nnkituvu. Now, Therefore, J.N. O. Murphy, (knter ot Arixona, by virtue of the authority aad power in mo vested, do hereby ofter a reward uf hundred dollars for tho arrest and cotiTiruv. ' the ssdd Salvador Arrnljo, thomurdetvr j.ir - lnTesUmonjr Whereof, 1 havo b 'tui(, my hend and cauxod the great soal ot A riao . bo affiled. Done at Phonlr, the t afttel. . 11th Pay of AprU.A. D. N. O UlKfe ' Uy tho Governor: f. A. Morford, Secretary of Terr' - - . Soabl F. H. WA I TF, DENTIST Omos Opposite the Pwomc .Call and See sj)eciui- -of gold crown and bridge wr.rk. !Teoth extracted witb.nt pain by local anesfhtic wtiK" Nitrous Oxido Iuluvler. A i . . work guaranteed. Pennant t t y located at Preseott. P llOPOSALS FOH rtlKAtls" I STRAY. Hendqoarton I)piM' u , of Arizann, ofMoo of tho Chief QnarV .!. tor, Los Angeles, Cal., Marcfa 38. i -.; Settled proposals in triplicate, will l re ceived nt this oQice, nud at th offloe of t s. Quartormnstor at each ol tfct mw rt-uw named until 11 o'clooi a, ., liOxawu: r time, on AfMrili.'O.lKKl, ncd th-n opt. - m tho presence of attending biddi m. f ;c nianing lornca and straw. t Qrant and Yhipplo Barrnoks. A. T Porta Marcy and Wr.aw, N. r: M daring the nacal year endi i v; uih 3f -Preference given to article of drwneat . duotion and mannfactnrt. cunait price und quality being equal, and a ' fcrence given to articles ' Amen; duction and mannfactura prudaoevt Pacific Const to tho extcc of ta ora -tioareqaired by the public aonrtce Proposals for qnnntitieslw) thnu the t -v. . roquirod, or for delivery at ixMnta other t thotte named, will be entttnil. S,- ' cations, genernl instractit:iii t- bidder- a blank forms of proposal ill b- furnwl.. m application here or nt tho oAmvh ol V - jtiwstive Post Qaarterma8tt'ni T, K. f U . Assistant Quartermaster, l S. a., to w:t of oulec, WtiSi-T-tMau . $10 REWARDTl Fqv ouo boy horso lrudd 8 or Wf I, hip and vented. 8upposca i bo on the ybrde, Pali-mc to Av Harris, Proscott A T. i - ..-. ,,;2C-'. ' ; rr;-rr' :'-.v .'.: . J.-f ys. ;-.';-.- . 4- ' ' ... r ; - - r -. v-. " s 3'" ; .