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WEEKLY MINER JOURNAL VOL . XXX NO 3G (AKIZONA MI.NKK, KatahlWhed Mnrch U, 184 )AKUONAJOllKXVL, KstnhUshcd 1874. f PRESCOTT, ABIZONA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 31, 1894 PRICE, TEN CENTS ARIZONA JO LTRNAL-.UINEK POWER PRINTING HOUSR. Hie Arlsona Jourm.l-.'llner i pouJUhed eryiUr intherearexcentbnnitay. tv- t.i....i. MVeklv Journal-Miner is -.. ilu,.l -Twrr Wednesday, at Pwoott, the sounty seat of Yavapai county. J. C aiAUTIN. Kdltor anil Proprietor TEHMS: iilv. imrnttr, inadvanoe.. flODO IHuiy, per month 100 Daily, ddivwd by carrier to city enbsonb- ont. per vrvek 5 Acrkly, per ypar w iVeeldy, six month 2 SO Weekly, three, months 1 jmjjlocopy , 10 O&AdvrrtiKlnR Rates mado known on appliea tion to this oiiice or at the followiivK acenoies: 1'almer A Key, Tribune Buildm". New York. ralmor A Bey. Baa Franclto. L, 1. Fisher, Merchant's Exohwuro, Fran .neco. Where the paper is kept on file, NOTICE TO SVMISCKIIIKKS. 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Do you w them 7 When tievt In wed try a pilr, Best In tho world. $5.00 54.00 3.50 2.50 2.25 12.00 TOR m 00 .2.50 $2.QA res uairs 92.00 1.75- FOR BOYS TELEGRAPHIC J.f y2 DRSS SH0E mk UUtl S Si" -if v f .6 b $?' my $3'50 or o ihoe. rbey fit ecBil to ctutom ms? i-i. ttaris weft. If yw, kh to tewomUo In your feohr ear. do so by purehajlRfr W. L Dourt,, sk. J - I P""! 03 bottom, look for it v, h ywj b. W.I. DOUGLAS. Brockton, Mast. SolS br r y t , y f- . - . - A 2TLAN LODGE, No. 1. F. A. A. M . a tmlar meetiniM of this lwLm a Mmmio iUll, 8 p. uu on the butt S&tunla tratornmlly inritM to &tteno K N. mDWCgg2&' W-M' txaminin(.tramittee Morri. Goldwater. R.N. hreilenckK, C. F.Fishor A PKSTT CHAlra'nrArM. No. ' if- JL JL btated comma-, ca Ions the first batnrdays of each mont. 7 o'clock i St. MsjUns companions cordially Invited i attend. d o 111111111 ii , ' it. A. r rxd xri cks. Secretary. it. r Examininij Committee 11. unrer. mortis lit ldwatei S. E. UlllQUT. U. V Fredericks, A. G Mil MM ui I I I I I 1.1 I I II I I I II II, jy . , j ROBBERS llED as- The Dalton Gang Hold up Bank, but Make a Vary Small Haul. a Free Sugar . Stampedes ilia Stock Market so Far as Sugar Stock Concerned is The Shoriff Restrained From Interfering with the Fight and tho Govomor. Sends Troops to Stop it. BV ASSOCIATED PRESS TO JODILVAWIKVEI O.O. F. ARIZONA LODUENo. 1 r RtNTular mtetint of this lodir eveninir at OJ -SaSTTisSc- every veoneday , ... , rellow' UalL Soj arnin brethre jr tne onter In evnxl standim;ar cordially init inaiTonii. JACUH UlINKUE, N O Gto W. Pord, Recording Sectary. THESCOTT, ARIZONA. The finest, Largest and Best Appointed bk in Northern Arizona. , GRANITE ENCA J PMENT No. 1 VX 1. O. O. F.. nn t in Uid Fel- y, T" iuwb jxaii un uiewt nm turn t i'tii iti Soaminc Patriarchs are inri(el to attond. Y. Hr-SMITH,; U P. W. E. L.VNDORCBE, Scribe ilaU. Soiomnimr knirhht in nml tfnnil ng are cordially uiritod to attend. T , J. M. AITKEN. C C. J. P. Diixoy. K. of 1U AS. RASTERN 8TAR. -Golden Rule Chapter No. 1 meets in Masonic Ilall on tho first Thursday of each month. w Mrs. J. C HERN DON. Worthy Matron. Mrs. A. Ii. 15eow. Secretary. Professional Cards. plIARLES H. AKERS, Notary Pablic Con J veyancer. Searcher of Records and lkinded Abstractor. Office in Court Jluuaeia orh'co of Board f Supervisor. I A. DAWSON, M. "D., PHYSICIAN AND " Sarveon. OtHeM ontioiitn fVirnnr Hrnir Coal and Iron TrlrT. Washington Jau. 24. Tho on svliotlulo lias boon vonsidoroJ ro suiting m tho plnuing coal on tho froo list. 1 ho iron scheuulo is now untlor consuioratiou. Dainncnl bj- a Tidal Ware, New Youk, Jan. 2f. Tho stoanior rsormaudio which sailod from horo i tidal waro mid nn ox font thnt i. . . ....... 1. 1 . i i , i -KatCS 52.00 illlU S- Per DrtV second otlieer and sovou mon wiir Special Mts to Ttese Kmmn Permaecfitly Iata,1.y.uurt ?ud tho, uamngo to tho HURKK.tmcKJsY.PHonr,! 1 hundred thousand dol- , illa. W. W. ROSS, vri.KIHD FCRN1TURE, AN EXCElJJiNT t Kitchen, Uonteaicnt Commercial Sample last Thursdavstmok n rf..n.8 Uoot AUeadanea, Fine H.Uiartf Hall. the uun,UBJ "ICK iwt ot LiaBors ana (1 tis-,.i rtM., was (tamatrtKl to sucli I W nent Hoanient A Kausas ltllxiartt. FROFRIBTOR OF DRUG ST0EE! Kansa City. Jau. 24. Reports from all over Kansas say that a tor riffie blizzawl is raging and tho . . . : . i t rr i uiuiuurv l woiow zoro. inuro 13 foarful suffering throughout count ry. At tho closo of tho procession tho Fair was formally opouod by inter esting nnd appropriate speeches. lhoT success of tho Fair seems aured from tho start. A Itallroad Wat Threatened. bAN Francisco, ,lau. 27, Tho Southoru Pacific company has no. tilled tho Santa Fo, that after Feb ruary 2 it will not honor anr Santa Fo tickets from Los Augolos to San Francisco, ami in ousequo'nco, a uorco rato war is throatonod in trans-coutinental rakvj. A ltoxr In tht. Colorado legislature. Da.NVBR, Jan. 27. A majority of thosonators oamo out this aftor noou for a continunnco of tho oxtra sossion and a big row is now in pro- gross. KUIml Over a Land Dispute. Gothrie, O.T.Jan. 7. -In a quar rel, over a land claim ttxlav. Allon Flfut killed Dave E. Muroj-r Jim and Cliarlrr Sliakp. JACKSONraur, Jan. 27. Corbett was arraigued this m.irn ngaud was required to give a bond in tho sum of $5,000. Ho furnished boutis and thou shook hands with all tho .Mitcholl saidi "Good bvo. old man. I will soo you in Now York." Corbott thou left ell, also. I swollen bruise A SUNDAY SUICIDE. An Italian Takes Ills Life on Aocouut of m Threat of a Couutrymau. Sunday was a lovolr day. Tho air was soft, balmy and spring like, and laden with ozone it made one feel liko rejoicing that ho was alive to oujov its loveliness. S. Cnputo did not however seem to share this fooling. a miio oeioro noon ho wont down to Clark & Adams' lumber yard, and seating himself on a log, with his back towards .Mr. Ehle's rosi- douco, was soon by Mr. Ehle to take out a book, tear out a laf from it, mid engaged in writing for a few minutos. Ho then lae.l tho Ixiok oh tho log, and layiug the torn leaf on it canmuly, placed n stone on both to prevent tho wimlJrom, blow ing away his last iiiossaL'o. This dono, ho deliberately took a pistol front his pocket, plaieed it to his throat, and fired, and tho uoxt insfnnt fell over a rorpso, with the blood gushing from lus throat and load. air. luilo, who witnessed tho entire nroceedincs. immodialolv wont in omt of an otlioer. but hv the time tho man was reaphed, ho iu I i..i i...ii i l.:.. .. . mi - . , ,.,,1- t.i r.ti.ii i. h' "r "".' . iuv entered tho throat from tho riirht -0 -j.. 1 1 m in, ii (in r t mi r ivh r .i.i mi. n . . .... on a special train. Mitch- " J:.." " . "u,u . I.mv.w r.Hnf Hi lt- " . vomiug out ' - . .! utu luiiiinri tiia irf u ... .... ii. i l. r i and the sulo of his face is t... i i ? . . d, but not very badly. I fcU? "" "'.' TV1 lanoous. ithitmc ., Min.t l rJr Y l- " t ro -wa9 not i an. Zi. -KoroiKii coal 1 PlTTSnt' uiinors aioug tuo l'aii iianuio aro rioting and aro driving out tho other workmen. A Xeir .Motion Milling KxcllriitsnU Socorro, N. M., Jan. 27. A big gold strike has boon made eighteen miles from horo in Water canyon. Tho voin is five feet wide aud assavs very rich with streaks up in tho thousands. A rush is beiuir mm.. to tho place. Th Iteserro Touches Amilhri- r., Wsler .Marie. NYashixoto.v. Jan. 27. TInim in further .ss of six hundred thousand of gold in tho treasury to-day. Tho reserve is now less than 5ti7.flnn.nnn tho lowest point yet rouched. The Striker. Mansfield. Pa.. Jan. l Tli has been no more fiL'htinir ItntivnAn tho riotiuir minors, but tho an.nrh- ctnst Store, up stairs . Prescott, Ansona. Ij W. DDTCHER, M. D.. PHYSICIAN and JVJ Surmon. Oflice In Oflic Row. Oppo tifa PostoiEoe. OiHce Hours 11 to 12 a. m. to S p m. T to p. m. Residence On Pleasant Avenue, Eas' Preso tt, thire oousd noth of Gnrlev St g: Orda-s can be lef tat Mountain City Drug Store. DR. a A. SEW ALL, Physician and Surgeon Late of the United StatiM Amr (M'nu -ftrrmbleaoe on Uorleyetreer, opposite WillUuns aoax), ana at oorner lirug btoro. Preeoott, 111. KHh V I. niV ' ' ' Phl-siclan. U. S. Knn jinee i-uit iria nr im. iiStW I organizations are active in the citing foreigners, who blindly fol low when led. More trouble is an- The Dalton, Kob n llauk. wvipaicu. Githrie O. T., Jan. 24. Three A N,,,ab, . members of tho Dalton gangontorod Jau. 20. Jtosina Yokes a liank at Pawnee tin- imirnimr! uiou this mormui. . . . Thejr are Spoutlntr. Washington, Jan. 29. A general debate on tho intorual revenue bill opened iu tho House to-day. .. . . mains, wnon ttioy were removed to Prilchotts undertaking rooms. Tho noto writ ton by him just be fore committiiitr the awful deed. was submittal in evidence It was written in Italian ami was difilcnlt to translate, and, in fact, not until nn acquaintance appeared later in tho day, did thoj sue.-eod in gottiug a satisfactory translation of it. Tho substance of tho lojU-r is : "My name is S. Caputo. T killed mysolf bocauso at the camp, A. Calabrozolan wants to kill mo. I'll die, but I would like to soo my partner again, Louis Sopasso. Gooil b.vo. S.Cafw. " 12 years in America. "Salvatore Caputo." ho suppc couu dece as supposed, but tha ho beloucod to a suicide society, formed by him- FORESTALUED COLUMBUS. IIow Asaerle "Was First Discovered by a Scaudluavian I toy. Almost 450 yours lxjforo Christo pher Columbus was born Amorica was discovered by a Scandinavian boy named Biorn, son of Hergolf. Ho was known by no other title, for in those days eons did not share the fa ther's namo. In tho year 1002, Hercrolf. an Ice land colonist, fitted out two small vessels for u trading voyage to tho Greenland settlement and placed ono of theso undor tho command of bis son Biorn, n youth of 1G years, who having leon bred to the sea al most since infancy bad mastered tho details of his profession by tho time that he arrived at an ago when other boys commence their apprenticeship. When near tho southern coast of Greonland, Bioru'a ship encountered a heavy northojistorly gale, which lasted several days and drove his Tea sel far to the south and west Tho storm broko in tho night, and whon morning dawned he discovered a 6traugo land closo aboard. Sailing along tho coast for some distanco ho found a largo bay into which ho steered and dropped anchor. .Upon landing tho country was seen to bo clothed with veffotation and tho streams swarming with fine salmon. Trees of largo growth grow in great numbers just back of tho shore, and tho cliinato was balmy and delight ful. Of natives they saw nothing and boliovedhe land uninhabited. Rojoiccd over his important dis covery Biorn returned to Iceland and communicated, the news to his friond Lief, son of Eric tho Red, who had A.MONO THK 11KKAKKUS. wnf founded tho colony on tho coast of iiii. uuum, j.uu two umuiuOUS young men immediately ontered into nn agreement to share tho expense to this newly discovered land and brining lack whatever cargo prom ised to reimburse them for fitting out tho ship. Their first sight of the now land was not calculated to impress Lief with a promise of its fruitfulness, for it was rocky, barren and trloomv This gavo riso to oponly expressed Democratic Statesmen stilt Flounder lujj Anions Hidden ltoeks With tlo Ship or State. roWA!NOTON' D- a Jan. 20. Lbpeoial Correspondence. Tho s xth week of tho regular session of tho i? iftv-third com-.! r,.7a gloomy prospects for the Domo- vrniH. ocarcoiy has there boon a week since the democrats assumed control of the government that thoy have oncountered so many difficulties. Possibly tho de velopments whioh hao caused tho inoro thoughtful members of the democratic party tho greatest anx iety and alarm have boon those re lating to tho tariffquestion. Within tho last week tho members of that party have forced through the House, against the vigorous pro tests of very republican, and ever, against the wishes of Chairman Wilson and a majority of the demo cratic nioinbors of tho ways and moans couiniittee.au amendment to tho Walson tariff bill which places American wool absolutely on tho free list. Iu order to still further discourage American wool growing, they propose to put this, clause of tho tariff bill into operation imme diately upon tho passage of the general bill. This, of itself, means a complete destruction to tho wool industry in this country and pov erty and destitution to thousands of honowt American armors and i mon employed in the production of wool. But this was not enoueh m satisfy tho advocates of tho free t rado theory. Thoy now Dronosn in add to tho free list stool, manufac tured iron and other articles of this class whioh are now manufactured in tho United States, in order that and legislate for the good ofth nation. O. P. Acstw. A yaluabln Work. In a few days Col. Max Frost, sec retary New Mexico Board of Irriga tion, will issue tho annual report of tiio s ielety for 1893. Of this vrk tfm San Marcixl Boo of recent data savs: Uoi. iTax Frost, secretary of the iji'urd of Irrigation, is just comple ting a book ou Irrigation, on whick he Las spent oight months compil ing and editing, and within ten days will havo ready for the mails an edition of 12,000 volumes of tho most handsome and comprehensive books eyer issued for free distribu tion in the interest of any common wealth. Tho book will coaUia more than 350 pages, illustrated with over fifty full patro photo-etch-mgs mado for this book from origi- aal DhotOirmhlm nml -nrTntnr) heavy calendered par, and a great many smaller illu.-nations inter spersed throughout tho iedinir matter. . 6 , Each important subject coacern ing tho territory and its intwts is treated by counties, and eci county w given a-full andiMpartikldescrip tion. Nothincr has nm;iti from the work that wnnlri.i its value as an advertisement for our resources, vhich a thnmiuri. familiarity with tho subiect and earnest, thoughtful attention would Suggest, A CQDV will be nlnrnvl nn the desk of each member of tho house and senate before the ques tion concerning statehood co .ieuup, audit is safe to say that the facts shown therein will bo a surprise to overy recipient, Tho expense of the work, met bv u oiaies, in oruer mat i n tnrmri : our people may uso those article iTrC:r.rn" manufactured bv tho pauoer labor i,mc Vue ofEuroe. This is also another work 1 doors of I bo estimated in dnllnra AMat A I.OULS. step which Avill closo tho our manufactories in this lino and throw thousands of mon out of em ployment. These aro not tho only articles, however, which thoy pro pose to plaeo upon the free list. Indeed, they aro endeavoring to placo almost orerv article that is manufactured in tie United States bj Americau labor upon the free Tho sunnositinn of ,., f ,iiot: ' 17,' ft " M7 -v UIQ I VU7ll4U4.VMUU UU lllk TIT! ri flllF MIAMI I trfV ' I I. . TSL A ttrymon in this ci'v is that tl. naowi i, ,Z Zi7"r "ax" ... lt. "ot "eingaone, nou ased wannt.m.,i1riir,i..;TiT "77 "" ?uAa mey over, without tho vigorous ..... , UU. UI1 VJV . I 1VI 111 III TTHUir ,T"1 T 9 mva.k 1 I 1 I II" . ."v. .um Kituu iiomH ana i ui mo roDUDiiuans. wooillands. After the fashion of the protests I hnr Imrn hnnn . . calling tho attontion of tho coul- solf and others befort leaving I nU- , - VBra 111 naming geogra- wy to these tacts and to tho disas and that his day had come for seN .rrLY0ncs ruing to tho features first presented trous results whioh must follow the passage of such an odious and It is wide and far reaching. A Midnight Confidence. Fam a Jersey 'sketor, and I wvel by the sea, A biting dudes and common folks m manner bold and free; To-day Tm full of English blood: M:av hold the bluest, riohest gore that over came from Spain. Another day I'm like as not to sin st "Die Watch and Rhoim," From having hit a German, whon porcuanco i came to dine: ?nLAltfCrnllGH I lho safe was lockivl with Mut finwi lock. Thoy took ono hundred dol from tho cash drawor and loft, tak ing the cashior three miles into the country with them. Clillds Getting Itetter. Philadelphia. Jan. 24. Thn dition of Goo. WT. Childs is some what improved this morning. Ho passed a very comfortable night. Tho Money Market. X" -V T est r j.t.n xukk, inn. zi. .uonov is easy and sterling exchange Irom ?4.8Gi to S1.S74. Silver 65J. fcicltenicnt over a Snesr Deal . this niaeo It has boon a ditlicult task" to traus-- mZ , ile,l,oltulli. to tho low Joious imv. moir efforts to relieve And there are times when, reeling lato his last lottor, and not one of Mnd' 8lloro wlich they observed be- tho People of some of the disasters on my happy daily ways, tho four Italians who havo read tho yond 'lt Md whiefa was covertHl in wmoh mlllinablJr foIlo;v thtJ 1 take a niP that's Paris-b rod aad ..i ... . : " cmfo tnflinliin,.; ft j Dnss.ilfn nf tlm W! enn 1,!I I r.. l..,n, t.A mr m- .hi i inwiwuiuiKiuiBuiBu trees inov i f o - - " "emi wm, u, umjr i uuui vuo iiiaroHiiiaise. I r i 1 as to tho expression it lOpiui contains. gave tho nam6of Markland. Two AXOTHKli KILLING. 43 With ss i Western Methoc -a aavia IlCltl 1. A.UKt- NDUtiWS A UNO. aTl)llNRlS AT LAW. UlUctt Ottico Over Hank f iritona. . .v.v.(tiMvua, 4ajt3 a, uiu r tin i Htr-v R. E. MoBKisos, 1 M. Sanporh. L.'A.rT)KD A MORItlriOV niviiivi?-c ti A WafctVA Ik) A G. Nouars r n Ufnk. BERN DON it NORRIS. ATTORNEYS AND 4Aontelur8 at Law. l'r,o..t i Ari. luu.rj Mou wu oiuce worK ox uuiw-urtr mo ji lank of Arizona. -?S-8TKNp01tVPIIElt and LAW tvrer mo uanKot Arizona. 1 Ltt irom dictatiiin & uiioni.it.. i....-u , . 1 - rf . vtwitu" iiawu. COPPER Unyeni ot all Claoura of popper Ores and Mattes Not in uso at tho Mountain City Drug Store. In the first place wo'ro not built that way, and secondly, don't havo to do it. Wo beliovo'a customer is a frioud, treat him so and givo tho best of everything for a fair consideration. 7sa HARRY WRITJS FOK I'BIOES NurUs Street- DICXVKIt COLO BHISLEY, Pharmacist E. E. BURLINGAME'S V fifiW inrl rhnmiVol I ol m vm m mmv W a UIUII uuistied in IToIorado. 1800. Rn,l. I.. 1 nf ATttiwuia 1 1 . iaii unsi r t-inH, v-v aa vniHiiauu. II l nt n ii press 1738 1 17.18 Lairreace st. Dtrn GREAT BARGAIN. 1 f? ma- l. . inn ivunexx, AieutHI ana IVU KMrrv) . itr nirliaaiwl New-York. Jan. During tho first half hour of businoss in Om ci dxchango this morning, G6,890 shares of American sugar stock changed hands. Trero is a tremendous crowd aud tho greatest oxcitoraont prevails. About the lUrrlcht. Jacksoxville, Florida, Jau. 24. x no court, to-dav. irranled nn in junction against tho sheriff restrain ing him from interfering with tho t-oroett-Mitchell light, but tho governor has sent three hundred and fifty troops to stop it. When tho soldiers arrived a riot seomod imminent, but was suppressed. a no Luyai uiub is progressing with its preparations and is confident of being ablo to pull 1, ,.1. it... i.i r ! Captured or Killed the flsnc. YlXITA, I. T.. Jan. 24. Officers this morning captured tho gang of train robbers who hold tin the A rJ kausas valley train. Ono was killed and one was fatally w6unded. None of tho officers wore hurt. l'emianent ltecelrers Appointed. New York, Jan. 24. Judgo Wal lace, this morning, appointed C. Piatt and M. Porrv as pormanont receivers of tho Now York and Now England Kailwaj. A Summary or the Fl.rht. Jacksonville, Jan. 25. Tho pu gilists stepped into the ring at 2:22 p. m. First round Corbott led with left on Mitchell's chin. Sec ond round Wild rush and clench. corbett upper cuts Mitchell and staggers him. Third round Mitch ell knocked out, covered with blood. Thin Time a. Woman Handles l'atal lleftult. Iho atmosphere in this northern clime is evidently an unsettled in stitution of late. Yo havo had three shooting scrapes in as roauv weeks, a half dozen gun plays, a suicide, fist fights, and now ):o cap tho whole shooting match, a woman ontors tho scene, and "deliberately ends tho life of her hustinlfd. " The tragedy took placo lato last night at iliinms, and Mrs. Joseph shoots her husband through tho brain aud heart, while he slumbered. Tho particulars of tho rash deed aro given iu a few pords, and. aro sub stantially as follows : Mr. Joseph is au A. & P. con ductor, running from Williams to Peach Springs, and whilo on the road yesterday stopped off at Ash Fork, visitiug a saloon thoro and imbibiug quito freely. His wifo and two children also accompanied him on tho run. As ho loitered in tho saloon a long hmo,and it being past mo umo to louvo, his wile went iu search aud fouud him in a saloon at tho Forks, in company with a colored female singer. Immediately tho colored sirou commenced vio" lently abusing Mrs. Joseph for intruding, when several mon pre vailed on Josoph and his wife to loavo. Tho former obeyed, though somewhat reluctantly, and without attempting iu tho least to defend his wilo or lior fair namo from tho abuso and curses which were givon by this murky colored harlot. Boarding tho train, the Josoph family went to Wijlianis, where thoy arrived after dark. Mr. Joseph soon retired, being in a helpless condi tion, physical ly, from the effects -of liquor. While on tho road his wifo remonstrated with him forallowiu such a scene that faint intimation attached to it that seems to warraut tho belief of the suicide soeioty theory. Deceased was about forty years of age. aud is said to havo come horo recently from Los Angeles. Los Ansclcs Wunts the Corbet Wackson riKhu Yesterday afternoon a numbor of gentlemen formed tho Santa Cata liua Athletic Association. Soon after its formation it was lutermiiiod to offer 535,000 fb havo the contest be tw en James Corbott, tho victor in Thursday's fight, and Potor Jack son moot ou Uataliua Island. A largo amount of mouer was guaran teed, and if necessary a greater sum will bo offtred to havo this contest take placo on tho island. Tho sec retary has been authorized to at once communicato with the repre sentatives of both pugilists aud make definite arrangements for the eoutest. Tho Bannimr brothers. r 1 1 r i . " . ' owners oi mo island, are members of tho association, and will do all in thoir power to bring about a con summation of this project. Somo of tho wealthiest people in tho city aro identified with this or ganization and thoy claim that it will bring an immonso amouut of money to the city, as woll as givo it tho greatest possible advertise ment. The climatic conditions hero are well nigh perfect for train ing purposes aud tho islanl itself abounds with natural amphithea ters which would enable 100,000 peo ple to seo a fight without difficulty. The moment that Jackson and Cor bott signify their willingness to ac cept tho purso offered, tho mouoy will bo deposited in a bank, in gold. A tolegram was sont to Edward . Mokes bv a member of th Bovenu Hours morn mrule onf. n bay in which ho had anchored on his previous voyage. Into this harbor they brought tho ship mid moored her. This Vinland of tho early voyagers is known at the present day as New- lounuiand. After making several short muses to the southward and westward and sailing through tho Gulf of St Lawrence until the river of thatjr;me had been reached the ship rriiuraed to her first anchorage. where tho explorers -passed tho win ter. In tho account of this remarkable voyage, mado fivo centuries bofrim King Ferdinand nnd Queen Isabella bado godspeed to tho Indian naviga tor in tho Spanish harbor of Palos, it is recorded byBiomand Lief that tho length of tho shortest day during tho winter of tho year 1002-3 was oight hours. This proves conclusive ly that this Vinland of theirs was no farther north than Newfoundland, otherwise tho length of tho day would have been shorter. Harper's i oung Aeopie. auuaiifcuies ior cortam n.nrn- Tho above translation. hownVr. . days later they fell in with anew lin &.roF"s. 01 mo urn, nave been por- said to bo accurate, and it also has of cost, and sailing alontr this for fi31?"1 Tpted down regardless of fh.if fnJuf ;........;,...- ... .1 i. i cnT-nivii Tit .1" ... I moir iuorits. uv tbn osmiwratid ma jority, and many republicans havo beeu deprived of SDoaki nir nn nvnn those portions of the bill which Ofttimes I am a Russian from my wmgtip to my bill: Ofttimes I hold tho richest blood you'll find on Murray Hill. Sometimes I take a mixture, but I uuu ii, uues not pay. constituents under tho arbitrary and anxious day. unjustifiable rulings of Speaker For I find that when I've bit a Brit- Cnsp m foromg a vote upon certain on and a Celt. amend men ts without oven a reason- I'm pretty sure to suffer in the re- ablo consideration. gions of niv belt.- Tho Democratic leaders hnro nn. I And when Pmni.hmn t i M ..wvumu x xit&ttl nil).. YtH rt CI . T I One Thltiff at a Time. deavorod to sustain their policy .3 . . I 1 .1 A V - 111 1 J "uu ujiuom meir Dm oy argumont, but their feeble utterauces have utterly failed under the ponderous argumonts made by ox-Speaker Iieed, Congressmen, Burrows, Dal zell, of Pensylvania, Payne of New iorn, Warner of Masschusetts and others of equal ability? Thoy have kept up such a galling firo of facts 'upon tho Democrats' that a great many prominent members of that party have, recoguizing their ability declined to answor or attempt to respond. Such has boen the con dition in tho House. Another doveloperaont of the week which was also of an extreme ly embarrassing characlor to tho Democrats, was the Hawaiian cor respondence sont to Congress bv t :.l"..i ni 1- m, . . J. x teaiuuuL vieveiana. xnis ped, of Germans T KAAn froA don't want a battlo field down uC the midst of me. ' From which I think 'tis evident,, while seeming free from care, I have to keep a watchful oyd upon my bill of fare. - And that is why 1 stick by yoiL;my friend, the livelong night; I m dieting and if I may, THiiave another bit. Weekly KendrU m Hhl - Foreman Walsh completed his work across tho Last Chance and has moved tho force whick was at work there to Camp 2 near Devil's gate. This makes 15 mils of continuous grade completed out sliniv.ut "When I was a little boyhelpin th cojnplete absurdity of tho posi of Prescott nowTandthoenUrerrad mother to store away the apples, I uo fP" bJ President Cleveland ing force, consisting of overf 500 ...w v.v.u.j U4 uunu m ai- men, is now massoa, on hvo miles of tempting to reinstate a debauched work near Devil's gate, and' dirt queen to. the position which she and rocks aro being thrown at a had at one timo occupied, aud lively rate there. The grade will against whom the people of her bo completed and the track-laid own country rebelled bocanse of the for 20 or 2f miles nilh )iv A rril 1 frtrriiif. fti-inrc. tnK'nli (... - i J - J ....u vviw iiuiviu sua lliltt pur- sued. Tho position in which Min ister Willis has been placed by tho instructions oi .Mr. ttrusbain, which wore to reinstate tho oueou if sh r1 it It and a frioud of Stokes assuring him that tho offer washnnn li.dk Willi I1ITTI .n I irkit, t I . . . ....v-...,. u.in to bt aivi.tn wliio?. n,ff u.im to make overy endeavor to : , . ,.u.s., , , ... i put my arm round over so many o' them an tried to brine them nil i mnnaged for a stop or two. Then ono fell out, nn another an two or three more, till they was all rollin Ovor tho floor. Mother laughed. "'Now, Dau'eL'sayasho, Tmgoin to teach you u lesson.' So sho put my little hands quite tight round ono. " 'Tlinm on.-.i -1 a i . I l" iwiusuuo tuo queeu II sne '., fSl h? bnng thnt mi n'ouItl oxte,,d anostv to those per theu fetch another.' . vhn nrf;;n : m. I'lHUVllJlHUU IU IUU UVL'i C 1 cms mm l5R JT' ITS? ar XCST or TIZUi a UiSy Bf iilv;r?i,ltl,63.Bo,!yt--'srij,!. allf P- T.ArV.H.... ..nij n4uawKiLCsl)ITKLUPttionLiYtiitirBnr(iAftt ii in 3lL KRIS MEDICAL CO.. BUFFALO. N. v EOCENE "One of tho best rnnrlifw in tho ordo valley, good fences, plen ty of water for irrigation, thirtv acres of alfalfa, twobcarinc orchard. i , . . ... ' gooa uouse, corrals, A:c. will be sold cheap with or without house hold furniture and with or without horses, cattle. &c. ou account o sickness. For further particulars call at this office or ou tho undor- signed, owner three miles bolow C amp ordo. Joseph Melvin. ap!9tf-w GOLDEN EAGLE HOTEL. R FRUIT TREES rSStSlS?"- FRED SATTK AND FRED SMITH Jvu i ..;r :rr" Wl ourninr ou wiueh m.n. reeipressiyfor FAMILY DHE TO 1 nrmrr.,- IT IS HIGH FIRE TEST IT IS OF UNIFORM (JlULITV STANDARD OIL COM ANY. nlmS Formerly Martin MaierV. BEOPENED JANUARY to BOHALL'S KDKSERY FOR PRTPPc -Rererence-H. Brooks, Preecott. Arit HIRAM B0WIIALL,Propr. OBfl Box 803. ralnesTllle, Ohio n rap rr s..,. . J Vfc. I-kUfc. I'M. Proprietors. Tho now proprietors announce that thov will givo tho BEST AC COMMODATIONS and will spare no spains to ploaso the public. GIVE US A CALL. S. -A. OGuAjNT. , SIGN AND CARRIAGE PAINTER 1"ANIH HANGING and KAL80MLN1NO Wbhop-i,, odd Felloww Hull, win and Cnrt02 Ktrnnt. PRESCOTT ARIZONA .McNulty's XrckHsred. Siv T?r i viic.rt T .. on mi. i..i.iv,uvu. n. iu. xuo sen- leiico oi John McNultv, formunlor, wno u erected muted life imprisonment A Chlrago Alderman Killed. Chicago, Jan. 26. Alderman Mulvelnll was fatally shot, in a sa loon row, last night. Corbett and Mitchell Arretted. Jacksonville, Fla., Jan. 26. As 1- 1- 1 . . , uis oniy ropiy was nirthor cursos and an attempt to injure her. About 11 o'clock that night two pistol shots wore hoard, which at tracted soveral peonlo to their house. Going to tho door, thoy mot Mrs. Josoph, who calmly and earn estly told tho visitors what sho had dono Tho victim lay in bod as ho was shot, and an examination showed that ho was shot, once in tho fore. ga tho pugilists toaccopt tho offer. ... i . . . . . j-wiegrams were aiso sent to "rar- ' T" ; i i t. , awn rani's nuu James uradv rep- J T . - . - . rusouuug uacKson and Uorbott res- i .. puciivuiy. nssuranco was givou tnat tuoro would Oo no such intor- lerenco as Miteholl aud Corbett en countered in Florida. Los Ango- los Express. "I've ofton thouirht about it whm Tve seen folks who might bo doin over so much good if they didn't try to do too much all at once. Don't go tryin to put your arms round a year an don't go troublin about next week' t'Ono day nt a timo, one hour, one inmuto yes, ono second is all the umo wo got nt once. So our best course is to 'do tho next thing next' " Rest Islander. Zola, on Anarchism. i r . i n3 iuio to say oi tne anar- -ror most ot thtso mhn. as five times soon tho scaffold hon?u "C th,rOUsh tho hoart' t ??la ha u lor his oxecution wnq nn,n I V4UUl-" u,""b luowiuaiwuua. tjuisia; ror most oi these mon I '"'" uuuuiui uensuy. iience .i , i.Mu jui ui in mo jiiui raiiro.in i uiiivrut'ss.- o iiiinnr. t mr i.... i uusci ui :ui wicn nr rniw i ii,i: :i i . . t vmumo uia '..' it . . - ----- i , ... . " o i unit) in uv nrmc ivh.t rt A iut or Light. Tho straightcst thing in nature or art, says Eugiuoorincr Mechanics, ia n my of light when passing through a uiwiuui w uuuorm uensity. Hence sons throw of hor government, to which she hnally acceded, was not only humiliating to him but but a dis grace to the United States. In a conversation upon tho subioat. mm of tho ablest men inhe House said to your corresjiondont: I look upon tho action of President Cleveland and Secretary Grosham iu.this mat ter as a stauding disgrace to the American nation. The President is in a pitiable position, after order ing, his minister tcr reinstate tho queen and aftor Minister Willis had asked the provisional govornment to aooieato in tho queen's favor and tho provisional govornment refused town, but as soon as tho facts were learned tho action of Mio bravo lit tle woman was commendod and tho idoa of approved oy evorv one. Tho do- and thoy did not want to die jiutil .uaau uuro generally a good repu- moy uau avenged themselves dn mmuu among railroad omployees, that soeioty which thoy make ro utii, oi lato nis desires lot tho com- sponsiulo lor their misory. To toll F.7U ,. ?r womtJQ and his appo- tuo truth, i think all the means not Buthoiently struggled, but then ,w "early ils possiblo coincident xrith onorgy is ot so common. Porhaus a ray of light such parts n i1o ummo uuuuwu inem tuiuKuaiess tuon mterronfin arms. Wh will finally do with tho question is impossible to state. It is belioved . - - w v, avj v by some that Congress may see fit to extend a Oroilsiefnmtn fl, island, but this is scarcoly probablo I as it would not bo in accord with Corhnti ntui ATJK.l.nll I r . ...uvuuii nmu ifuviug v.vw uuun. umo iroquonuy oeon inou luaumciout to Stop tho rism" tho scone of yesterday's fight thoy commented on. His wifo, on the tido of Anarchist doctrines. What wero both arrested on ahargo of othor hand, is said to be an amiable I am asked, will he a preventive? disturbing the peace. woman and against whom nothing Well, I, who havo fought for nosi- i i z 7 ri it. . . . i- n Germany Itejolces at Bismark's Visit to ?ai uttOrod to TOproach or stain the Emperor. her Charactor. In committ.inrr ihn Berlin, Jau 26. Bismark returned detl sho dd,sho notod exactly right to Berlin this morniuir to visit, i J, aB4 used oxcollont judgmont to emperor aftor a lomr estraniroinnnr UM tt sure J OI a matter for national It was mado rejoicing. OrjS.MN'O DAY. The SUiUrlnter FslrOncnediriih n 1'omp, Under KaTorable Auspices. San FnANcisco, January 27. The Midwinter Fair was opened to-day, uuder very lavorable auspices. The weather was beautiful. It was at- uas "ot yot arrived. Just as tended with tho greatest tion California has ovor seen. There was a procossion of sovoral miles in length, and there wero thousands of visitors present. The town was magnificently decoratod all along the lino of .march, and evory band iu the city and vicinity was present. Our Premium Hooks. As the Journal-Miner is in re ceipt of many inquiries concerning tho premium books offered bv if subscribers, aud for the information of all, wo stato that a largo invoice of books was ordorod about tho first oi tuo month, to bo soiit by freight. Tho books como from Boston, and while tho shipmout is on tho way, it soon a, . ... IIVISUI, aftor thirtv voars nt ctr.,r- n ... - V W uv..,..- gmighiid that my convictions havo peon shauon. lioligious faith would provpnt tho propagation of such tuuuiiu?, um uns it not almost disr appeared nowadays. Who is to givo us a now deal? ' the pisitiou taken by their Dome oratio President. The raattor, how ever, wm oo takon up by tho Houso immediately after tho passairo by -.... mV ui imo tiirm uiu, and con sidored. Al StovetlSOU came in lncf C., evening Ho has just returned from brvan. Toxas, where ho wont to see J. il. Hart who. if. will , . ' "... uu luilioill. bered wastaken baok to thnf ..f on a requisition, on achargo of mur nor. Al says Hart lus as in n n v It isn't a bad thing to have lived. f"onds in Texas as ho has In Apa- s it-T Yaux, aged 78. - ' county, and that tho brothor of f sv m S. I a . I I.IIM 11" lltnt S. I iui mu man wno i.v imH : .- mmi properlv. whn l. i,rt.. . :.i.i I havinc killed. ...,v, ii.uua mm nnrt When Life In n Qood Thlnir. IS a ray anu causing a shade to be cast upon other parts. It is not at what early period iu tho history of mankind tho discoverv wn mni that stnughtness could be thus tint n mined. It is certain that tl of mechanics uso tho mothod daily wthout being ablo to give a rational explanation of it Now o.innu n'iY.m r . w..ttuaif nicrat. a l j. , . , . ... ..a una mjuu prouioiou in tuis cor respondoiico Soototary Carlislo has takon tho first step towards a bond issue. Ho has issued an ordor call ing for bids for fifty millions of Ciovornmunt bonds. Ho has en deavored .to force Congress into passing an act authorizing tho is suance of bonds in order to restore the souud condition of tho Treasury w!ll(li aTitni lmrlnr Pi-fieM.-.f I . ... I .vu.v.uui UO ia CnarCOd With ?rr cnn i . . i . .. , ; v colobra- ? "jc01 uuo notice will bo givon. ",u" ol,VU0 omer Kind, and espocial- xu mo i meantime all others desiring n 1,i,rf Proagais, sneaks, rakes to avail themselves of our premium offer should sen I in thoir ordors, as another ordor for books will bo placed withiu a few days. In ordor to secure jho ones desired and havo them embraced in tho next ordor, you should send your ordors in early. hnvinn- lriiwi ti T? U,VU "arnsou s administration. This ft,,u,i tuo nrsL man tn i i',n.wo r.,.,i i. ti c. . reasonable, useful and amfv shako hands with Hart on Mi n'X i " o..,.l. i; , V. - w vn in Tnnc j . . w ,V""J iwiguwiug mu UilUK- auvu auiuu jiio is a good tliiuir. I. uu assure him that runt oond t Oil of thn Tmn.... oven if lt bo not all mnrrimunt t?At; "o was convineed thnt lm I'TTnri .i:;..i, i..... ,.i i.rir: J' .. " . ui i u.i i , , , ... i una uuum t.-iiii&uii uv u i inar of tariff logislation, took tho reins k a, a a asi ai irii miisbiiisi w r irn as tho Acting Superintendent McQuimi has a force of carpenters at work in West Prescott uoar B. Lanfiry& Sons' camp, building a soctionjioiuw. The woll at West PrescoU h bien completed and contains sn abundance of wator. A now tfc has boon built there, also. The Prescott Electric Light Com pany is making a grade for a spur, into their works, for convenience in unloading wood. Tho cars'hav heretofore been unloaded from the mam track, but owinir to it .nlmrtaf constant use now. fJm nm ,v quired. A work train will ha mif n ' tweon Prescott and tlm f k.: track, about the first of February. Another engine from the Brooke" lOtiOmOtive WOrltS i nrrunf arrive about the 1st prox. George Kingman was in town to-- day to procure a pump, to pump water from his wII. Gato, for tho eradine: camns, At; resent they are hauling water from r lckson's, in Skull valley, from Irorir 1 Springs and from a spring on the east side of tho summit. Uaron Itolhsohild's aiaalras. -l . W f svo cheats aud ma ofaninrs. if. i n thing, and perhaps tho worst of it comes aftor thoy are dead. Now York Sun. Robert Adams, tho tailor, loft for LosAugoles yesterday, to remain two or three months. 110 Was I'OnrintWl I 1 , . . -". v-" nail no hand m kilHMr i,;a Kn..- and that ho should tako no part in presocution." Mr. Stovonson SayS thoro IU HMrnnlu nnnl Hart Will OO clnnnf1 nf Hut nli of murdorand that he will bo back in Apacho count.v bv. or t mfnm fln first of July noxt. St Johns Her ald. ; Dr. MeVGr loft fit is" mnm?ni for Jerome, to bo absent a few da vs.. in his own hands and now orouoses to plaeo tho nation fifty millions of dollars deep in debt during tho fiscal 3'oar of Democratic control of tho affairs of tho nation. This is sim ply auothor link in the long chain of e?idouoo which demonstrates tho uttor incapacity oi -the Demooiatic Tho elder Baron Kothschild had tho walls of his bank placarded" with the following curious maxims: Carefully examine overy detail of your business. Bo prompt in evorvthing. Take timo to consfdor, but decide positively. Dare to go forward. Bear troubles patientlv. Bo bravo in tho struggles of life. Mamtaiu your intecritv a sacred thing. Nover tell business lies. Make no useless acquaintaces. No7or appear something ft MV40r; tnnuyou aro. ft . , Pay your debts promptly. . - . ': Shun strong liquor. ' Employ your timo wlL Do not reckon upon ehance. Bo pohto to everybody. Nover Im discouraged. Then work hard ami wqu will bo certain to sue.od. Ex." Tho Atlantic & Paeitie "R.-i Company have poid thoir taxes for. party to manage tho affairs of thofrl e v ..rS?" "Tf"..1 govorumont wisely and iudiniou.lv non . tr w - v 730.02, in Mohave county. --r Si . - V. . r ' " ' ' Kise.