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THE CITYAND COUNTY.
fiewsy Items Fwm Oar Own Town aud Surrounding Country. WEDXKSDAY'S Daily, Jau. 2U. C. Satvy has b.H) appoint od a doputy sheriff on tho railtoid. Three iiioinbars of tho chain gang are now supporting n ball aud clink'. John Floyd bas deeded a placor j aud lithographic touo olnun to ox Sheriff Lowry the consideration being Sl.OOO. The pants stolon from John Dorr ware found to-day uudcrnuath the china wash-house back of tho Cabinet saloon. ttuga Money, wno stole an over coat, was before Judge Moore to day aud liued 50 or 50 days. Ho vront below, where thoy do not need such goods. Dr. Cotton was called to Jerome this afternoon to attend Mrs. W. E. Hall, who is uot expected to live over night. He will uot return turn until to-morrow afternoon. A private telegram received this afternoon from Phonix states that Mickey Stewart was elected speaker of the Third House, W. L. Van Horn, cheif clerk, Joe MeHoury, sorgeant-at-artns and Willie Freeze, page. The condition of tho road of the S. F., P. P. from Proscott to Ash Fork is such as to receive mauy coinolitueuts at tho hands of tr.iv-rdotv; who arrived vosterdav. Thoy sav that eoaiparod to tho A. s r. ani otuor cnrouguiaros it is -a ! not as badly uamnirou or not near as dausrorous to travel on, although it was subjected to tho same degree of treatuiout dunug the storm, Contrary to all reports circulated that the county patieut who a few weeks ago was quarantined aud re moved from tho poor farm was not a sufferer from small pox. recent developments go to prove that ho was at that lima virtually a sufferer from this Utsja-?e. Tho tent in which th patient was lying was situated but 2D0 feat from tho Morrell residence and in going to school tho young Morroll's who are now dowu with small pox. passed within a few feet or where t ho tout was. This is the origin of tho disease, aud it is said tho county officials will now endoavor to stop it from spiendiug, being satisfied now tlm the Morretls have small-pox and that it was contracted from the county patient above re ferred to. Deputy U.S. Marshal M rroll. a brother of those afilietcd with small pox, says he has addrossetl a letter to the hoard of supervisors slight ing that a4 his relatives eo.itra Had tho disease from a county patient, he would ask them to permit him to select a physician to treat these members of the family. The board, has decided on the county phy sician, however regardless of Mr. Mrrelt or auy of the ciretiautances attached to tho case. It seems no more than jut aud proper for a change in physieiaus if Mr. Morrell so desires it, as he is more deeply intero .ted than any ono else in the matter. The o unty officials should als acce io to his demands coas'der.ug that the disease first started by placiug a county Salient iu close proximity to tho omeof tho MorroH's. TKUSOXAt, MENTION. Prof. Blandy, is reported as great ly improved to day. Dr. Peutlaud left for Williams this morning to be abseut a few weeks. Ralph H. Cameron, tho popular and efiicieul sheriff of Coconino county, is in town, arriving on last night's train. He goes to Phonix to-uiorroiV. Dr. Ecerett and Lieut. Clay are back at Whipple, returning to-day from Dale ea'ek. They went hunt ing for gdine, and bagged only raiu. Oapt, DeWitt. superintendent of the S. P. P. & P. water service, came in from the front to-day. TllCKSlUY'S Daily, Jan. 21. The Proscott social club give their first dance to-morrow evening. Trains are again running on good time on the S. P. P. & P. Tho Turkish Bath performance takes place this evening. Popular prices will be charged, 75 cents aud 1. Tho Turkish Bath is a good com pany and should be greeted by a large turnout. To-night, at Pattern's opera house. Tho chain gang is engagol hand ling edible stones, and they are be ing placed on tho Cortoz street crossing at tho Mint saloon. The celebrated Havorly minstrels are en route to Prescott and will play about tho 1st. Tins' is tho best troupe of its kmd on the road having tho best singers also. A rttirro was fouud.doad in West Pres.-oit yesterday.. Whether it was a rase of too much flood or au over dose of anti-tosiue, Herb. Pentiaud, the agreeablo comer drug store druggist, has uot decided as yet. Mrs. W. E. Hall of Jerome, whoso eoiditi.m was reported as critical tterday, died this morning at G o'clock, at tho above plajo. Tho deceased is well known to ninuy in this citj where she resided for a number of years, and leave a hus band aud two children. Tho way to reach catarrh is through tho blood. Hoods Sar- saparilla, by purifying the blood, r.MUovos the cause of the disease and pormanodtly cures catarrh. Take only Hoods. Hood's pills act easily, yet promptly aud effect ively, on the liver aud bowels 25c. M iss Nellio Cashmau, one of tho "best kuoivn caterers in tho West, throws open the doors of tho Elite restaurart next Saturday morning. The is no lady known lo the min ing fraternity hotter than is Miss Cnshman, and her acts of charity to themju tho many camps she has been in from Alaska to Mexico, still live aud follow hor wherever she goes. She is still of tho samo kind disposition, and Khould receive a good share oi the public patronage. rr.i:sosAL mextiqst. E. D. Morgan leaves to-morrow for San Francisco- Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder World's Fair Highest Award. IF in grocery stores, In cooking schools, or by peddlers in your kitchen, other baking powders are recommended or urged upon you in place of the Royal,, reject them. It is unsafe to substitute any baking powder in place of the old standby, the thoroughly tried Royal. The official reports show that all others are cheaper made powders of inferior strength, and contain lime, alum or sulphuric acid. Thos. G. Barlow-Massicks re turned to-day from tho East. H. W. Roll, editor of the Flagstaff Democrat, is in town, on route to t'honix. J. S. Green, of Jerome, arrived yostoruay, making the trip in from mat camp in live hours. FRIDAY'S IbailyTjau. 25. Turkish Bath to-night. Lookout for tho ad of tho. Elote to-morrow. m ; i i . ii Araius to me soutn are now ruu- nmg regularly. F. L. Wright and Georco McCaun leave for Los Angeles to-morrow. A old snap from the north is on. and strange as it may seem it cam without the assistance oi auy prophet. Thompson valloy is said to havo suffered greatly "from the ilood waters that passed through it, ami mauy heretofore good ranches are gone. William Mitchell, tho founder of Bumble Bee, is in town lo-lay. Ho mado tho trip on horsnback. for tho rersjn ho says iho roads nud coun try are washed down to bedrook. Word has linen received which sta tes that Buckv O'Neill h now in London, and will return at once to! Arizona with a big sack of English money for investment iu this sec tion. Prascott has been prottv well treated of late iu being gonorously bathed, but up to dnte there are several who havo uot undergone tin elysian oxparioueo of a Turkish Bath. ou enn got one to -uisht at Patt on's opera house. The Chineso srive a biir dinner to night, at which several white guests will haudlo tho oriental chop sticks. As no transportation facilities have bon extended tho epicurean de partment of this office, our readers will have to guess at the mnnouver ing that will bo gono through by those who havo been fortunate euough to bo favored. John Roberts of Kirkland, while in town to day said that Kirkland valley was a solid sheet of water iu the reeeut storm, and that Sol. Jackson and family whoso home is iu the couter of that vallej', moved hurriodlj- to higher ground, fearing that the water would wash thorn away, as it did later a great amount of property. Most pooplo adopt policy in tho accomplishing of any object, and sometimes they win bv it. Mr. Archer who has a desk in the Pal ace, will put you on to the successful operation of it. if yon consult him often enough. His "fee is frightfully low for tho gaiu, if you are just lucky enough. A froj thought blowout is booked for Monday night, at which the bauner will bo carried by several recruits to this offhanded doctrine. General Putnam and his Lieutenant, Dr. Miller, promise to speak plainly and eloquently of tho groat Thouns Paine and othors of the same be lief. Nothing takes so immensely well iu this bnrg as a free show of any kind, so the ovent should call for a packed house. Among tho now irrigating pro jects now uuder activo head.vay, by which it is proposed to utilize the waters of tho Verde, is that of tho Hudson Reservoir aud C.uml Com pany, a syndicate recently formed in Maricopa couuty. The propose to irrigate many thousand acms aud aro haudsomely equipped with the necessary capital to accomplish their work. Iu speaking of the pro ject, William Mitchell who was in Prescott to-day. says it is ono of tho grandest schemes to rocl.om laud ' that has over been undertaken, the sourco from which it will d -rive water being one of tno most feasible iu accomplishing at a comparat ively small outlay. Xlr. Mitchell is well versed in tho topography of the foc tion where the water will b secured, aud like others believes it to be but tho forerunner of solving a great problom in irrigation ntlairs. Twas ever thus. When a good troupe like tho lively and humWous Turkish Bath comes lo town, tho first night is a slim one in attend an co. When a dramatic combina tion comes along, aud gives us a mournful divo of doath like in East Lyuu. and a heart broken rural jay liko Uncle Silas, tho opening night is jammed and so on is every ixr formanco treated similarly. J'he cares of life nowadays are gloomy euough during business hours in stead of having it rubbed still further in iu a two hours sit iu some play house. At loast this is our concoption of tho business. Last night tho performance was au excellent ono, beiug mado so from tho lively mauuor nud humorous nature given to it throughout. It was real funuy from beginning to ond, and nothing dragged. Miss Mario Hoath was as winsomo as over, while tho ladios and gentle men associated with her wero like wise vory good, particularly old loy "McGooglc, ' who was hero on tho theatrical "boat" beforo with Miss Hoath. Whilo tho play has no particular plot, it nevortho loss has tho best ability on tho road in spark specialties. Go aud buy a tioket to-night, and our word "for it you will bo more than ploasod and newr think what it cost. In spoaking of tho existence of small pox iu tho Morrell family. Dr. Day, tho county physician, who has churgo of tho oases, called on us to day ou an explanatory mission. Ho savs that all of tho victims are out of dangor, and one of tho children ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 106 WALL ST., NEW-YORK. is to :ot up to-day. In speaking of tho contracting of tho disease, ho sas: "the tent, was not less thau a thousand foot from any habitation, aud on grouud o ud bv the county. AI .er tho Indian who had the dis oafeo recovered, tho tent, bodding. clothing aud everything used with the disease, were turned. I cannot see why it was daugerous to public health or public safety." The dou tor further said that the patients were being carefully aud consider ately looked after, and, oven if the truatmeut of them was a disagree able duty, as the county physieiau he deemed it in his lino of profes sional work to carefully guard tho iuterosts of the public, as well as iu looking after tho aflliotod. Ho soomed regret the mention of Frank Morrol's name in an item recently in this paper over tho iamiaiv aiuicuou. tno latter re questing that a physioinu of his choice bo called in. This act of Mr. Morrell's should not be inferred as a reflaction on Dr. Day, however, as everv one has his preference, in medical advice, aud natttrellv fol tows out his own mens. whm a member of his family is stricken down with any disease. SATURDAY'S Dally, Jan. 26. Geo. W. Siue is in towu to-day from his Uhorry Crook mine?. Work on tho grado is to lie re turned agnin nest week at tho front. Tho storm caused but a two week's delay. The first mail iu ton days from Phenix was reeoived Inst night over the S. F. P. & P. May the good work continue. J. N. Harper has started a tobacco, cigar and confectionery store in ouo of the houses of the Golden Eagle hotel iu west Prescott. Tho Prvscott Social Club gnvo Its first party last Might, it wis a very enjoyable affair over twenty-five touplcs participating. Doano Merrill, the good lookiug Jerome merchant, enme in to-dnyon I ho first through train in several days to run out of that esinp. Rev. C. J. Chaw oomme. ices doiiv eiiugan interesting seiiasof lec tures on timel.v religious tropics to morrow evening iu the M. E. church, to which tho public are invited. The engine wrecked ou Iho Jerome railroad Wednesday was r?cued bv tho wrecking crew yesterday and trains are now able to go through to Jerome. Ouly one train oaeh way wdl be run for tho present howover as the roadbed is not iu the boat of condition. Early next week trains will bo runuing regular agntu. Tho Phonix Gazotto says that Young, at the county jail, yostorday i submitted to an operation by Doc tor Holm, whorein half of tho bul let from Prolhero's gun was cut from h s leg just above tho knee. Ho bore the pain liko a Troiau and no aniesthetics wero used. The o'hor half of tho 15-caliber bullet wps taken out at Gila Bend by Doctor Crocker the mor dug that tho prisoner was brought iuto tho station after capturo on tho dosort. Young Ls very weary of lying upon h s back, complaiuing of this oven more than of his broken leg. James Liudsley, formerly city jailor, has boeu ontraired as his nurse. Y Samuel P. Putnam will lecturo this ovening at 8 o'clock at tho Howoy opera house on "'Bible Cruelties and Contradictious." To morrow, Suuday aftornoon at 3 o'cloe lecture ou ''Aguosticiain, Christianity and Heathenism." Sun evening at S o'clock lecturo on "Evolution aud Creation." Mr. Putuaui will answor all questions proposed bv "truth seekers" and others. Theio will bo a grand rnino celebration on Tuesday ovou ing Jan. 20. Addresses, music by lnseott orchestra, readings and rt citations will form tho pro gramme. Admission is free to all these meetings. Puclic cordially invited. M mS Daily, Jan. 2B. Free Thought and Christianity ari coming together. Rev. McFaddon preached a very interesting Scirmou last evening at the CongrogaMoual church. James Hi.tO'i, a outtor from the east, is in town. Ho brings a diploma with him also, and is pre pared to do you up in scientific order. It is n jw iu order for Pros cott's two tailors, Derr on M julu zumn, and Viogtlauder on Gurloy, to catch on to some electrical device, just to ovou up houors. Chief Princo, and Oificors Potts aud Morgan did a littlo ousiuess for tho city last night in running in seven opium fiends. Thero wore four Chiuamou, a Jap, au Alabama "cooness," and a Chiuoso fomnlo. Tho combination put up $75 to-day for their fun and wero told by Judgo L ug to "hit tho pipo" no moro. Among tho now and prominont arrivals m this city, attraotod by tho quality of tho climato we aro blossod with aud tho good outlook pre sented for the investment of capital is the announcement that Goo. B. Scammoll, who is now hero, intends to locate permanently and eugngo iu business. Mr. Scammoll is a wido awako business man, aud bo liovos that this particular section lias a brilliant outlook for tho near future, which from his standpoint in its oliinatic conditions, it is away on top ot any country ho has ovor visitod. Ho is rolatod to tho S,cam molls aud Hondorsons of New York i city, the owners of a big lino of 1 trans-At lan tie steamors. I'KIINONVI. SIKNTION. Tim Riordau, of Flagstaff, who has bn visiting Phomx. air.vod yosterdav, ud leavei for his homo to morrow. Jim McClititcek, tho tiroloje rus- t ler of ilit tfsrtUu. arrived yester day from Phauix, m tho iuteroot of his ) pr. TUESDAY'S Dally, Jau, 2l. Buy vMir minstrels. stwiU at once for tho Rouwittber llavurloy's minstrels for Friday evening. There is not a hotter troupu on the road than tho famous Haver loy miustruls. Many via.t r are d:uly g.iing out to I he uw r. ol track, whicii thoy proiumuoe a fine institution. The Jeromo road is iu active opera! ion again and over twuuty passengers arrived at Oloar springs isierdny. Grand liin Celebration this evening at Uoway oiera house. Music, readings and recitations lix"-ciss tMgin at 7:80 sharp, come oarly. Construction work ou tho S. F P. Si V. is now going on as of past, aud the gap txtiug mpidly closod. The twl of the trnukisbut 2rt milus from Phonix. The eicursiou of tho A. O. U. W., to I'he.MX over the ,S. F. P. P., has bdou chaugtHt to March 12 next, instead of Febnary 12, as before autiotmciHt A. S. Clough is ucgof atiug for the pt rniist oi eovenu uuiiuiugs ai oiu uraiiile Mtnliou ou tho b. r . 1 . 1 He mar build a now town in the Point of Hocks. Kvnuswlicn! service, at the M. E. Church MMttb, each afternoon and evouing this week at 5 ueu i p. nu C(nductl by Jumos Holt aud A if ml chofieltl, agent for America Tract Soewly. All are cordially invited. Rhumniism iu tho back, should ers, hips, ubkIos, elbows or wrists, is uausd by the accumulation of acid iu the bloo t. HotMi's Snrsaparilla neutrnlixo the acid and cures rhou- mati.-m. Jltxxt h rills ate the host familr cathartic and liver medicine. Harmles and reliable W. K Hall, arrived yestordav from OAMtio, bringing tho remains m ins wue wuo roeoni.iv uieti ai that place. Ho will loavo to-morrow for th former home of his dead wife and there lav hor to restamoug tho familiar scones of the past. In mentioning tho name of Rev. McPaddeu as tho Congregational minister who deavured a vory do- oueut sermon, last Sunday ovoninu. the typo somewhat mixed up ecclo- siastical affairs. Iustoa 1 of the abovo uame it should have been Kov. McLoau, Mr, McFaddon being of tho Methodist faith. A sad death is announced to day being that of Mrs. Joseph Suiale, tho wife of the Pastor of tho Baptist church. She had been ill but a few days and hor death following so soou after thochorishoddroams of a devoted mother had been realized, makes her untimely ond a sorrowful one indeed, and carries to tho living a tender sympathy in thuir afflic tion and bereavement. l'KUSOX.VL MKNTIO.W Undo Jimmy Moore, of Kirkland is iu town to-day for tho first time iu many mouths. Messrs. IT. J. Allen and M. Zem brick of Jeromo aro in towu. H. N. Palmer and Ci I. Towner and part- arrived to-day from the Chaparral couuty. Dennis Burke is doing Phonix. Probably ho wants to see how the 13th is goiug to do up business and is there from ''force of habit," Frank Myers returned yesterday from Kansas, where he had a vory enjoyable visit. Ho is Ou hand at I ho Palace tonsorial parlors again aud cm shave as oloan as a cycJono does in his untivb state. A SKKIOUS OUKSTION. A Strike Ainonc lli I.ocmnntivn Km- Bliienr Alxiul to Tuko PIiich. Oakuami, Jan 20. Chief Arthur of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engiucors has loft tho East for this city aud is now on his way here. Il is givon out that in view of the recent differences known to exist botweon tho engineers of the South ern Pacific and othor connecting systoms, a striko is very probable to take place, and it is now givon out as a absoluto fact that Chief Arthur is coming ho re to mako a last ap peal for tho men ho represouts. If tho railroad companies do not ac codo to his demands, ovory locomo tive engineer will step down. It is vory probable at this writing that a striko will bo inaugurated. E. V. Dobs has tolegraphod to tho A. R. U., to uot participate iu tho striko or havo anything to (Jo with tho controversy botweon tho ougiuocrs and railroad mon. FA IK'S WEALTH. Stealing of tho Will of the Lto Holism Klnc. San FnANCisoo, Jan. 29. Tho will of tho lato Jmios G-. Fair is missing from tho couuty clorks oQlco in this city, and it is said to havo been stolon. It is a vory serious question as tho administrators admit that without tho original thoy can net lognllv provo tho siguaturo now ou ill o in tho probata ollioo. ilcnliisl Knitronil. SoLoitONVitLM, Ark., Jan. JK). 'Pat rick Sullivan built house of feuea rails across the track of the Globe railway hut hight. H claims the laud on which Ihu road was laid yo.dordnj, and backed up hi owner ship with a double barret shot gun, which he leveled ou President Gar land. He was prevented from using the weapon and now lnuguie'hog in j dl. I'liliiani Ktt .ttMrI. I detsiru in Use inUre of fair puy to correct so:n i of the unttp- pruhmisions in tho muni of the author of eommmiieaUou ia bit ovemiiif a JouhxIl-Mlvm. In tho first placo I havo no h ni nut therefore was not oblii l. draw them in. Tho horn .t o Ml ou the other suIm. Iu tho secoud nlnee Mr. O'.Suili ran did uot answer Hi. Hv eiuip!. mado a supplomontxry sp.vh. IU simply said some thiiiir which I did not sa He skorcd that Mate Catholics wore gvxni meu and pwiri otio eituens. TSdn, I havd mtvar douiod. So far m Mr. O'SuUinin U concerned t lie re & really no isu between us. The positions I maintained in ro gard to tho Church cf Romoworo those. 1st. That the Church of Rom is au oligarthy; that all authority in that church is in tueeoliasra of Car dinnls together with tho Poim. All tho illustrious Catholics mentioned bv Mr. O'Siilliran had wot and hare uot ono voice or rote in auspiuir th policy of tho Church of Homo. The authority that onntroU is abjvo them all. 2ud. That tho Church of Homo has always claimed aud exorcised political , power nud do. tho some to-day. It is not simply a religions institution but a political institu tion. 3rd. That tho Pope ia th" infulPbla head of tho charch nud to obeyed on au "umners ot tntta ami u ne decided that "politico" are ttntter5 of faith," then he beeout s nn iufall- bio power iu polities. 4th. That the church us an in stitution is opposed to the eomtuon school, tiays the Baltimore uon voli tion, "As i u the tt-chooU no provision is made for tb, teaching of religion, we must continue to support own schools. The very fact that the church maintain larouhial schools in proof, positive, that it is opposed to ooRimon suhools. If a man builds a hotel or railroad in opposition to mv hoUl or rnilroad;thou ho would like rosea it abolished. Mr. O'Sullivan did not meal oao of thuso positions, which I initio tainod by documents of the church itself, lie simplv gave the nets nwA opinions of luuivktunls; but not singlo nuthoritatire dcol imtion of the church as a chureh ttit.l I chal lenge him lo do this. O'Sullivan therefore di l not au vor me. Ho simply mndo state ments of what Ca h io an persons f had said aud done; but not whit the church as au institution has deolnrod ; to which latter 1 eon 3 nod myself iu my argumonL I did not say that the Pope was seokiug to.dastroy this gorernmeut; but by tho absolute mastery of groat masses of votors ho was seeking to use tho power of this government iu the mtorests of tho church of ttome. I did not say that Catho ie would murdor uon Catholis at the com mand of tho Pope; although as a matter of history the Catholics hare done this, as witness the massacre of SU Bartholomew, in which 63,033 Protestants wero killed by the Catholics. I simply quoted Cardinal Bellor mine, ono of the grQatet theolo gians in the Catholic Chureh as af firming this doctrine. I did not say that Catholics per secuted non-Catholics iu this coun try; butl do atfirm that iu the his troy of tho world the Church ol Romo has boon tho most bloody and persecuting power that has ore. existed. It has slain millions of t he human race. This I am prepared to provo. I uovor referred ia any away to tho bogus encyclicals ascribed to the Pope 1 onlv used authoutio encycli cals. I did not use or quote a single thiug from tho journals of the A. P. A. 1 did not justify at all the burning of Catholic Churches iu this country. Mr. O'Sullivau did not prow that any ono oi my extracts was iaise. Tho only extract that ho attempted to disprove was that from Lafayutte. Ho did not prove this to bo false. Ho only placed his assertion against mino; that was all. It ha uot boon proved that in a singlo instances 1 mado a false statement ;I am waiting for that proof, Mr. O'Suliivan is in favor of equal riglits. On that wo agree. Wo differ m opinion about facts; but holms uot shown that 1 misstate tho facts. I oppose the Church, that despotic authority which at tho time when Ireland was starving and ourcouutry sout $000,000 to its relief. At that . m , a 1 0 samo tune this unurcn oi Home drow out of Irolaud for its support iu foreign countries 2290,000. It is against that Churou I contend; and not against the millions of laymen who have no voico iu tho law or policy or doctrine of tho Church. If Mr. Obullivan or any other champion of tho Church wishes to moot mo in public clobnto t am now ready for tho issue or any other. Don t wait uutil I am a thousand miles distant. r. j.'tT.vit. A Vow 1'rcn TliouchU or nn A. 1. COMMUNIOATBD.J Somo timo ago a dispatch A. was received statins: that somo fifty Catholics wore soon at night, under tho full glare of the moon, in roD por Cauyon, under arms and drill- Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair. MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. 40 YEARS THE STANDARD,. 'Pit' RAKING ing. A pious fnUior was osptnin and was heard to declare that man's first duty la to his God, nud his aecuait duly to his country. Thou they nil, howiftg upon one knee apiewe, held their shiiiiti ,g blades of sited in the moo. Hhi, that turned red upon dierit. This esttnot x:). Ul tra in lefiuitwi r. Xot beinjr a Cetholie, mid tiierefore iu gren! tlauger of my life. I thought it ndviwbio Lo seek prOvcttou wheip it could be found. I became then member of tho American Protective Aeoeetioiu V I itHtk tLo oathnml went to mv l Hige quite leguKtrly. There some li;tle ttiiojfs struck me its b.-nu" original. For instauei. the fact o! tho A. P. lvs tnkinjf eoutrndictort oath", uoc, as Amezicau edisny. luui uey will uphold the ooutitu tou, aitJoee that thev will do an suoh thing. They make tha whole mai tttr profaue siarui off, which equivalent lo hav ug sworn not at .ii What nre oaths. Huvwav. bm asktu God to witnees whet hrs we an! Especially is thte tret, wbeu tho A. P. A swear us not Lo do that ii.eu wt had sworn lo do. V Wore I a poiitieiau. I wotil t hasten to leave Lite orvier. and nub. lish the fact to the world. In tlm words of Sambo: 'It am inr 'maion de A. P. A. what runs foh onloe am gwitm lo do a bean a walkinV But w are f the A, P. A and having been Initiated, we here beeome members of the Croat Dennis fam.lv and of ueueestty mui taud in with i our km. 4 'Iosiruotions to CatbobW ami Uie rope's iSncfciroaL' of oooree. we who are on the inside of the inside. hfjlng twice in. know that they are laise. utu ot mivt wiuch is false about tho Catholie does so much to strengthen our order, we wero fool ish indeed, to furnish the true. ... . V nlf tho Catholics did not built! hospitals, aeyhtnu and oaro for the stranger and sailor broken by the wave, we would, perhaps; jtnd hk wise make the mistake to purchase Good's5? Cures li Cur.'t Bo 9tnten. "Wa UUak t'.at IIootTs jr 'pert51a can sat t-teU8M. 1 y v I, :.'(Cr!a v ,j QcrX n!o ft tcaleClteihei. Wo nrta 5uid it vrotUd Ui mwth,ptrtwpsytsftewettVtttitoolO. Hood's Sarsaparilla hntlhi ttw tratm stl j ami t&ey teve e atvUOoca .jr. leva. O Hood's P8s Uw IHs, Mkmmxm hfawn by works, ioalond of lnhont- mg it through faith. "AU the members of our groat orannixaiivn are irto thinkers or infidels aed bigots from protectant ran, tin most pronunent ones being bankrupt ;oliticiaii and uriest-eetors. and other irmsooBiii lite dupes, (I have to count myself nmoajr the latter; I suppose. 'The most ardent among us have been dragged into our lodgts in the hope of finding thero a stepping toue for political preferment. Like tho in !e prophets of all ages, when they step on such ft ones, the very weight of iuMneerity will destroy the power of cohesion as the stones crumble into sand." V "In oaler to be an Amoriean in full fellowship, a man must bo afrto thinker or a protestant Thst church which has covered the earth with monuments to its devotion, in the shape of hospital sad itsviums, should be conteut." "It is obvious that wo are plnoirg many a politician in a pretty pradi cauiuut, sinco the office seeker wishos to be Sill things to all men,5 that he my save only himsutf. Hunuo it is that many of our members would not hare loved us so much had thev feared us loss." v "'If theCnthoHcs uidi to remain here, let them tend tt their own business of curing for those for whom nobody else cares; iu main taining hospitals where thoy may serve those who permit thorn tostny in a land where service may bo done; is building aevlums, where protest ants may go when they are wholly one. 60 may evoryouo worship hero as ho likes, even to tho canni bal, provided tho latter does not prnctioo ou A. P. A.'s. Devouring in this country must be figurative, One may bo uanuibal by tho iudi reot that is, he is at" liburty to devour the substanco of anothor, aud, bjauticipation,ont what would soon have been the other follof. This is Free Thought. T.ost, Mrayrrt or Stnloti, A chestnut sorrel horse, both hind feet wlnte, about 3 years old, weigh iug about 800 pounils. Five dollnrs reward will bo paid for his return to me, or any information as lo his whereabouts. Alas. M. E. YVAaavrR, Proscott, Arizoua. Tlm Uuvcr-y ailimtrnlii. By special arrnigomontthis great company will stop over aud euter taiu our people on Fobuary 1 aud 2. Iuviowof tho largo company and consequent oxpouso aud small seat iug capacity of our opera house, it has been found absolutely lieceea sary to advance prices n trille to got thorn hore nt all. A careful staff of ushois will bo iu attondnace to set all comfortably. Advance bale, will soon open at the Corner lrug Store. Pino apples, first of the fceasou. Fresh prunes, ol ear aud light, fresh figs, oranges and Uelleilower apples just recoivod at Brislov's Bee hive. Gouib honoy of course. tf t:miVHl Moti. The undersigned has teiuoyed his blHoksmith shop to the old Jun-ka shop on Cortoz stroot, . tf F. K. ATr.EW5. if MAWtE MOCCASIN. Iljr 'oIaiHft llttmheme, but Bateemed by X.HiMlHnnMi Ua&t Rjitl Wott. "Everybody who has been in Main daring the wiuter among the lumbar- men ami backwooda farmers knows the blown up lookanc muddv vollow ooow awl hUoos theeo useful and pio luieequo cttwena wear," said a vet eran hmther dosler in the swamp. "They cell 'em moccasins, Tho first Idr wm mado by a shoemakor in D&agor, and thoir fame long ago spreed to tho west Tho shoo facto ries of Bangor now turn out annually something like 100,000 pairs of moo cesin boots and ono-quarter aa many f hoes, and thero are factories out in Kinneeotfi nm Wisconsin that make almost as many. "A person on first seeing this yel low and baggy footwear would sup pose thttt it was made from some strange leather, but it isn't. Tho materiel is just common leather, but leather tnud ia a way that ia known to only a few. All wo know is that salt, alum and s.mu kind of an out of the way od are tho principal agen cies that give the leather its peculiar ooior a d flexibility. Tius leathev had boeu made years and years be fore any ouo thought of iwing it for boots or shoes. The only uso to which it ws put up to 16151 was to mako lacings for mill belts. It vns made only at Pa.wtucket Ono day a man nsnjoct Uejuwin, who was a shoe- assJrer in Bnugor, mado up his mind that the leather was just tho thing kw winter moccasins, and ho made n fwr rMes- They were tried bvlum bemu ji, ami Baldwin proved to bo right Nothing had ovor been offer ed to the Jifsine lumbermen that fill ed the bill liko Baldwin's yellow moccasins, mid iu less than a year a hg factory for turning out these queer boots and shoes was started in Bangor. Other factories sprang up in Maine, and tho tanning of tho belt kce leather mado thoso whe knew the secret of it rich in a short timo ami compelled tho increasing of tanning capacity tenfold. "Until 1871 tho boots and shoes were jnatt just as Baldwin mado his Hm pair 99 years before. Then ma chines for cutting nd fashioning the moccasins came into. oso and royom- tionuetl the business.. In 1855, the fame of the Maine moccasin haying reacbed Uie mr western lumber ro gions, a Bangor firm received an or der for a pair from some ono in Du unqtie. The order was filled, and tMt led to other orders, until, when the war broke out, tho eastern fac tories were shipping thousands of pah of Maine moccasins to tho west The war almost killed the business. It began to revive soon ftfter tho war, awl then rival factories sprang up in the west, and now- tho great demands tor tins iuaiuo footgear from the lumber regions of tho northwest are now almost entirely filled by facto toriee at St Paul, Racine, Slinneapo Us and other points, "The value of the moccasin lies al most onthely in tho peculiar way in which the leather is tanned. The tanning renders the leather absolute ly waterproof ami a perf ect noncon ductor of heat and cold. The color of the moccasin is a golden yellow, and fashion has made them in. the shape of shoos as popular in the towu these days, especially iu the ajwrnmer, as thoy aro in the wilder nees where tho enow is thigh deep." new jlwkouu. A Hdro cm Mark Twain. Mark Twain thus told tho story of me aic great London banquet, at which, by tho way, there wero 600 or 900 guests. He admits that ot having been used to that kind of diu ner, he felt somewhat lonesome. The lord mayor or somebody read out a list of the chief guests before he be gan to eat When he came to prom inn! iiutvoi ra s"mrtrw1v miff, t inent names, tne other guest3 would appiand. 'I found tho man next to mo rath er a good talker. Just as we got up an interesting subject there was & tremendous clapping of hands. I had hardly ever heard such applause be fore. I straightened up and set to dapping with tho rest and I noticed a good many people roundabout me fixed their attention'on me, and some of thsin laughed in a friendly and encouraging way. I moved about in my chair aud clapped louder than ever. Who is it? I asked the cren- tleman on my right. 'Samuel Clem ens, better Known in England as Mark Twain,' ho replied. I stopped clapping. Tho life seemed to go out of me. I never was in such a fix in all my days." JonMin'a Ithrtno. Ben .Tonson had a notable dispute wicn syivester as to wno should most quickly turn tho best couplet The latter spoko first and mado a rhyme: I, Sflvesier, Kissed your sister. To him Instantly rare Bon replied as rouows: I, Bfn Jonson, Killed your wife, "iTiiy, Bon, but that's not rhyme," complained Sylvester. "No," said Jonsou, "but it's true!" And doubt less the jolly company laughed. San Francisco Argonaut Thoso UoIc Questions. "The biggest break I over made, James, was during my last illness. I called my wife to my bedsido and confessed all my weaknesses." "Ami then recovered, I suppose! Ha, hal" "No, died, of coursol" U. of 2L Wrinkle. Men's IJorby IIat. V Wo can furnish about two dozen stylish youug men with nobby derby ints. Thev are all of tne very latest styles and boat quality, just ro- oeived during tho holidays. Noto LYS. nuiu tho prices, $1.00 hatsroducod lo $2.50: $3.00 hats reduced to $2.00; Vi.hU hats reduced to $1.50. bizos to 74,. D. Sullivan & Co. 900 Uowaril. Tho above ro.vard will bo paid for the return of the watoh stolon from the understgued on tho night of December 19. d22tf Roar. 12. Morrison. . .- . . . A bunch of ke-s, five or six in number, iucludinsr a postofllco knv. The finder will please return them to this othce d26tf The Pioneer Insurance Agent, rep resents the strongest and most ro table Fire lusnrnuee Companies in the United States. The aggrcnto assets ovor $40,000,000 THE mine m mm i What is Going on in tlm Var ious Districts Around Prescott, Tho solo of tho Golden Wonder BQine near Paysou, in Touto Basin, SPoms to bo agreed upon, tho pur chaser being Denver men, and the pn e paid $10,000. Tho property is situated near tho Zulu mine, and is rated as a good piece of ground on which considerable work aud money has been oxpeudod. Airs. Chilson, of Paysou, is among t-ne of tho interested iu tho sale.!g Ben Rybon who is in town tn-dmr from Chaparral. exceeding rich strike in the well knowu Dividoned mine. Dnnnr tho recout rain tho shaft on this property caved in and whilo ro movinsr tho water and loosn dirt big body of rich ore was discovered. At present thero aro several mininir capitalists on tho above ground looking at the mino with a view of purchasing it, among whom is Prof Potter, of tho schoolof mines at SL Louis. A sale will undoubtedly follow tho examination now beiug given this proporty. A. L. Butler, a woll known and suc cessful mining man, who has been superintending tho Zulu mino near Paysou, arrived Saturday evening for a brief visit. Ho gives a vary good account of tho mine and behoves it to bo one of '.he bonanzas of tho west. In speaking of this mino Mr Butler says that thoy aro down to a depth of iiOi foot with a shaft, whilo two levels have been run on fho vein. At the hottora thero is a seven foot vein of solid ore that will mill freely in gold. To give this mine a thorough test and to determine its exact richness, a 75 ton hatch of ore was recently ruu through tho littlo mill on tho mine, which gave moro than what was to be expected. The Sroporty is owned by Samuels and ill, of Prescott. who havo staid by it for ovor ton yoars. It will un doubtedly bo a big producer of t he yellow metal from now on. Mr. Butler also ha- nneseHnt opinion of the Touto Basiu section as a gold mining section, and proposes to stay by it. J. J. YalontinOj of Wells, Fargo & Co., has issued his annual report of the precious metals produced in tho Spates and Territories west of tho Missouri river, including British Columbia, during tho year 1894. The production of tho various States aud territories is tabulated, and shows: California, ?14J 8,582; Ne vada, 3,100,560; Oregon. $1,711,662; Wadiinglou, $143560; Alaska, $006.- 216; Idaho, $7,076,220; Moutana,$30,- 250,000; Utah, $7,202,5$S; Colorado, $26,768,050; New Mexico, $1,871,859; Arizona, 6,900 31; Dakota, 3,015, 000; Toxas, $33b,5JLi; Wyoming, $15. 000; British ColumbiaSS??. Tho miuinsr returns for '94 show that the monometaliists aro having their way so far as silver production in tho United States is concerned that the output of silver has been greatly reduced and tho output of gold very greatly augumeuted. Arizona uroduced thrfo timw na much gold as silver in '9i. Colorado, looked upon sinco Nevada's deelina as tho Silver State, has astonished tho country with a gold output for the year o! $11,000,000, aud in like manner with tho other miuinsr states ond territories. But the law ' of compensation runs through every line of life, and though- tho total sales of silver certificates in New York in 1891 were only 94.000 ounces, nnnlnef OR'Xtrwvi : inn , not having boon a sinsrle sale of silver in the board room from. April o, 91, to January 1, '95, yet the proper solution of this most import ant question cannot much longer bo delayod. Above aud bovond artificial restraints come tho public domauds and requirements which are for the rightful recosruitioa of silver, not as a matter of potty "pro tection" to tno minor, but as on of necessary protection to the pros perity of tho entire nation. Miniuu and Scientific Press. . The Coolgardio' coal Colds aro booming. One hundred and twenty companies have boon floated from London, England, ia the last threo months,, and 2,000 leases have been taken up iu Australia. The suffer ing from want . of wator at the mines is saut to be tomble, ana a great many deaths from thrirst aro reported. James York, in a letter to W. W. Vanderbilt, from the Bradshaws, says many snatts ot mines around his camp havo fatten in as a result of the rams. In speaking of the extent of the storm, says that sinco it broke every gulch is supporting good sized bodies of wator and an abuudant : supply is guaranteed everywhere. Snow is reported deeper also in the Bradshaws than at auy other timo known. . KELkV Jfc 3TKPHKNS, aro soiling oemV nothing,, We runNisntna goods, boots and shobs at lower prices thau ever beforo known in Arizona. Wo have just recoivod an im mense stock of goods bought in tho eastern market at panic prices aud mieua givius our customers tno benefit of our bargains. Uur specialty is a stionsr, service able suit of clothes at from S7.00 to $7.50. Wo carry tho larsrost and most complete stook of gent's olothing, furnishing goods, boots and shoes of any house in Northorn or Central Arizoua and can and will sell at lower prices than any other house. 11 you purchase elsewhere beforo j j, ru.: uu WIU ais "iau JUU uauu 6 u A Now Fatl. Have your likeness photographed on your watch cap or dial. This is tho latest and most boautiful fad. Photos also taken on aluminum plaquos. Call at Ed. Pontlaud's, next door to tho Bank of Arizona, and see samples, and leavo vour order. t,f Washing YVnnteit, Mrs. Ginridsre, back of the Wil liams House, will wash flannels at reasonable prices. Give her your patronage and aid a deserving' but poor woman who needs worJt. 76 tf Juniper Stage X.tne. Anyone having puokages to sond to Juniper or way stations will leave the same at Dougherty's in West Prescott. Stages leave Mon day, Weduday and Friday at 8:15 a. m, b. C Miller, Contractor