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:... . ? ., Hjc CIPoniruiuff j5nu. C. M. Funston, Kditou. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 26. 1896. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year ,...12 00 Six Mouths t ..125 Three Months 76 Address all communications and make all remittances to C. M, Funston, Flagstaff, Arizona. Advertising rates given upon application. Entered at tho Flagstaff post ofilco as second-class matter. TnE bars aro down fir li; imports, and until n duty shall be placed on wool, the fnp I is likely to hold a rise id tho price of wool. TriE number of mi;;iiml MeKinley men has rnpidlv increased in Arizma since liis nomination, mid since hi election they have multiplied still faster. The President has appointed Wil liam S. Fornuin Commissioner of In ternal Revenue. Mr. Forman was Hie sound money candidate, for governor of Illinois and lias served tliree terms in Congress. TllEltK seems to lm soinn demand for silver. Two hundred and fifty thousand ounces were shipped from New Yoik to London last week. If this sort of IhitiiT keeps up the. whiln metal will renmnetir.e itself. Tin: advocates of free silver are not cast down over the business prospects. They know that they will profit by the revival of business as well as the rest of the count ry, and secretly mo glad that tilings are to be better. The fi iends of Hon. Ec. Willi mis of Nogales, nio earnestly soliciting him to aspire to the appointment of associate, justice of the first judicial distiict. Mr. Williams is an able lawyer, a concientions man and would' make an excellent judge. A NEW republican party will be organized in Pima county. It is said that onlv tho wisest ami best dressed men can become membe;s of the or ganization. So far, tlm membership embrace a bakor's doyen, and the ro organizers may, by judicious manage ment, increase their membership to fifteen. The Knights of Labor, at on time tho strongest labor organization in tho world, is vapidly going to pieces. At the recent meeting of tho order the membership was stated to ho less than thirty thousand, anil tho indebtedness about ten thousand dollars. In fact this, greatest of labor organizations, is rapidly declining and will soon bo a thing of tho pist. The report of secretary Morton sas that seventy-two per cent, of tho fatms in the United States occupied by their owners, am fieo from mortgages or other incumbtaiices. Tho secret at y refutes tho idea pievailing that tho farms of Iho west and south are more heavily Incumbered than those of the cast. Tho claim that farmers aro al most universally in debt, despondent and suffering, is without any founda tion whatever. A'MASS meeting was held in Pres cott on Thurcd'iy of last week, and it was tho henso of tho majority of tlioto present, that the. thing to do with tho bonds issued to tho now defunct P. & A. U. railroad, was to repudiate tliem. The tax pajers of Yavapai county arc about equally divided as for and against Humiliation of tlioso bonds. The original issue of the P. & A. C. bonds was $292,000. Sixty-ono havo been redeemed, leaving tho sum out standing, $212,000. The fact, sas tho Ohio ''Stato Jotir--nal." that Arizona and New Mexico went stiongly for free silver means that neither territory will havo a chanco for admission to tho Union very soon. They will havo to wait until tlioy aro in favor of a dollar worth 100 cents before their claims can bo con sidered by any congress which has a majority of tho supporters of sound money. Congress made a mistake, in admitting Idaho, Montana and other small states now in tho hands of tho silvcritcs. It will not bo repeated. This country needs a higher tariff and must have it buforu it wilt be able to mako boili ends meet. The Topt-ka, Kansas, Journal says; 'If the leport that the Rock Island will purchase tho Colorado Mid land and tho Rio Grande Western be tine, it will place that road much nearer to being tho Chicago. Rock Is land & Pacilie in fact as well as in name, that it now is. The toad will ultimately leacli tho ocean, however, in all probability by tho southern i mile. Tho development of New Mex ico and Arizona will bring this about. Liberal will not always bu the south ern terminus." The lecoids of llieTieaiury Dep.u t meiit !how tli. t from February 1, 1896, to November 1, Iheio were coined at the mints of the United Slates 16,262, 922 stauilaid silver dollars, fiom tho balance of silver bullion on band pur chased under the act of July 14, 1890. The seigniorage upon this amount was $5,051,430, which has been turned in to the Treasury. The balance of the silver bullion purchased under the act of 1890 on hand November 1. 1896, was 125.061,263 tine ounces, which cost the (lovernment $112,865,625 The coinage value of this amount is 1161.693.000. Irrleutlon t.'oiujresn. The appi oa'cliiug Ii ligation Congress to be held at Phoenix can be made one of tint most important events in the history of the west. In the past these confesses havo done nothing but discuss the minor details of iriig.i tion, and totally failed to give the sub ject tin) prominence to which its im- poil.iuce eulilles it bj failure to adopt a dfliiiitn policy providing for the le clamatiou of the lauds of the west by and through govei umeiit aid. The. time lias come to do' this, and in no better way can it he accomplished than by the adoption and endorsement, by the congress, of t ho O'Neill plan providing for go eminent loans to states and ten Unties where irrigation is necessary for the construction of such woiks. The O'Neill plan has re ceived tho indorsement, of such men as Colonel iitinton, chief of the U. S. Irii gallon Commission, Governor Sheldon, Judge A. M. Urtimhaek of Kansas, E. R. Moses, chairman of the National In igation Congiess, Hon. J. S. Emory, national lectin er of the Irrigation As sociation of Kansas, Hon. George I. Lainey. of Nevada, Judge C. L. Richards, of Denver, and oilier lead ing irrigalionists of the west, as the most compiehensive and thorough plan ever proposed, and the citizens and press of Aiizoua should join as a uuitju urging its adoption teg.udlcss of party. Those. 1. & A. (J. Hoods. The following lesolulions were adopted jesteiilay by the boald of su- pcivisois: Resolved, That tho older of the board of Mipervisois of Yavapai count, adopted on the fiist day of August, 1896, icquesting delay on the pal I of the Tciritmial Loan commis sion, in the matter of the funding of the P, & A. C. Riilio.id bonds, be. and the same is hereby rescinded, and Resolved, That in compliance witli tho lequostof Messrs. T. W. Johnson and F. A. Tiitlo, attorneys for Kitchen & Co., owners of two bundled and thiiteeu of the Prescott & Aiizoua Central Railway bonds, of tho face value of 1,000 each, the boird of su pervisor, in acooidauco with tho pro vision of "An act approving with amendments tho funding act of Ari zona." approved, June 25, 1890, here by leports said bauds, us the bonds and outstanding indebtedness of Yava pai county, valid and made legal by the act of congress approved Juno 6, 1896, and solely because of such action upon tho part of congiess and for no other reason, the board of supervising of Yavapai coutity in further com pliant with said fund act of Juno 25, 1890, hereby demands of said loan commission of the territory of Arizona that they shall issue territorial bonds for tho above named bond indebted ness. Journal Miner. Tho Southern Pacific Railroad is constructing a steel bridge over the Sati Pedro river in Aiizona. It will have a 160 foot span and masonry abutments. Tho steel will como from the cast and the stono from Texas. NlnotcoalU .Leglaluturo. The composition of the next legisla ture will be as follows: COUNCIL, Apache sol Bnrth. I) Coconino A. A.Dutton, It Cochise i B. A. Packard, 1) Graham Dan M. Ming, D (ilia Geo. l. Hunt. I) Maricopa U. It. Hakes. D Mohave W. II. Lake'. D Navajo F. T. Asplnwall, II I'lnal , P.R. Brady.D Pima F.O. Hughes, 1) Yavapai J. W.Norton, D Yuma J. II. Carpenter, It Democrats, 9; Republicans, 3. A88EUDLY. Apacho .' J. B. Patterson, D Coconino , II. T. Ashurst. I) Cochlso J. J. Rlggs, I) Cochlso , WllllamSpeed.lt Cochlso J.N. Jones, I) Gila Leroy Ikunberry. I) Graham Goo. W. Skinner, I) Graham II. L. Holers, 1) Moharo L. O. Cowan, D Maricopa P. I. Parker. 1) Maricopa '. . .Aaron Goldberg. 1) Maricopa J. W, Woolf, I) Maricopa J. C. Goodwin. I) Navajo J.N. Smith, It Pinal O. D. Reppy. D Pinal O. I). Mason. D Pl-na A. O. Bornard. D Pima D. L. Chalmers, I) I'iiiia J. 11. Finloy, D Plmu A. F. Preston, I) Yavap.il U.J. Warren, I) Yavapai G. W. Hull, I) Yavapai W.J. Mulvenon, I) Yuma , Murat Mastorson, I) Democrats. 23; Republicans, 3. Prisoners Pardoned. Tho following prisoners were par doned on Thursday of last week from the Territorial prison: Jack Eucinas and Isaac Ramirez, sentenced to six months each fiom Mi.i icop.i county for burglary in the second degiee; on account of expira tion of their sentence. lienjaniiu Eail from Maricopa coun ty, burglary, 7 jeais; pardoned uncon ditionally. Wm. Harper from Yavapai, murder, seuleuee would li-ivit .shortly cxpiicd; pardoned to restore cili.euship. L irk Pierce, Yavapai, murder, sen tence expires Nov. 25, 1896; pardoned to restoie to citizenship. John Clay, grand I.ticeuy, Maricopa county, b yeais; panic ucd uncondition ally. Daniel 11. Shakiand, manslaughter, Cochise county. p.u dotted uncondition ally, sentence 10 years. Fiauk Leslie, murder, Cochise coun ty, life; pardoned unconditionally. Notice to Teachers. Notice is hereby given that tho -regular- quaiterly meeting of the Hoard of School Examiners, for the purpose of examining applicants for teachers1 certificates, will bo held in the coillt house on Monday and Tuesday, Dec. 7 and 8, 1896. N. G. Layton. Probate Judge and cx-officio Superin tendent of Publiu Insiitictiou of Co conino County, Arizona. Hon. J. A. Fleming returned Satur day evening from a visit to Denver where he ptu chased two car loads of mining machinery for the Black War i ior group of copper mines at Globe ami which have been shipped to that place. This group of mines piomiscs to deielop into one of the biggest pro perties in the Ten itoiy and the own ers intend fully developing and work ing it. Theru is at the present lime nearly $2,000,000 worth of copper ore ill sight which canies a consideialile qumitily of gold, while iron and lime for fluxing purposes is abundant. As soon us the machinery just pin chased reaches Globe, Mr. Fleming will join Mr. Hill at that place and l he machin ery will be put up and active wink stalted. It. is the intention of the owners to at once put up a smelting plant wiih a capacity of fiom two to three huudied tons per day as the oie in sight is in such a large body that a plant of that size could he kept l nu lling continually. Phoenix Herald. There are no new developments says the Jeiome "News" in the death of Frank Flannigan who was found dead on the mountain above the smelter on the morning of Nov. 4. Frank had been down town on election day and had slatted over the moun tain to the lime stone quarry of the U. V. C. Co., where he was foreman. This was the last seen of him until ho was found dead the next day. Frank was well known in Jerome and bad many friends here. "Hop" joints aro run more openly in Jeiome than any place on the coast, and wo are Informed that there are more recruits made to the "pipe" in Jerome than in any town of its size in America. Should this be allowed to go on? Jerome News. Cures "Ones talk "Jn favor Talk of Hood's Sarsapaiilla, as for no other medi cine. Its great cures recorded in truthful, convincing language ot grateful men and women, constitute its most effective ad vertising. Many of these cures are mar velous. They have won the confidence of the people; have given Hood's Sarsapa riUs the largest sales in the world, and have made necessary for its manufacture the greatest laboratory on earth. Hood's Sarsaparillais known by the cures it has made cures of scrofula, salt rheum and eczema, cures of rheumatism, neuralgia and weak nerves, cores ot dyspepsia, liver troubles, catarrh cores which prove Hood's Sarsaparilla Is the best-In fact the Ons True Blood Purifier. u it riMi cure "ver fllj; easy to flOOdS FllIS take, easy to operaW2Sc. Try It and Sec. Whatever may be said about the publications of Rev. Ill R. Hicks by thoso who don't fully understand the fads, there is nn denying the trulb' that his paper and almanac have come to stay. His splendid journal, "Word and Works," is now entering its tentli .ear, largely increased in circulation and in eery way improved, until it deserves I In national reputation it ha attained. His 1897 Almanac is now rcail and is by far the finest and uiovi beauliful lie has yet issued. It coiilaius 108 pages, including cover uriNlic.ilU piinted in colois, and is lilted from back to back with just uliul is wanted in, every shop, office and home in Amciiea. One feature of the Almanac for 1897 is a- series of 12 oiiiu'il, beautifully engraved star maps, with explanatory ch.ipteis, which could not he bought for less lli-ni lie dollars in any work on as tronomy. As Mr. Hicks has so cor rectly and faithfully warned the public f coming ill mights, Hoods, cold waves, hliZ'iids. tornadoes and cy clones, in the yeais passed, aside from tin other vailed and splendid fi-aturcs of his paper uud Alumnae, Ihese con siderations alone should prompt every fauiil) to subscribe at ouch for 1897. The Almanac is only 2Sctsv a copy. "Woid and Woiks" is one dollar n e.ir. and n copy of the fine Aim mac goes as a pi eiiiium with every yearly subsciiplioii. Wiito to "Wmil and Woiks" Publishing Co , St. Louis, Mo. ltiicUlcn rulcii Milve. Tin best salve in the world for cuts, bitiises, sore-, ulcers, sail iheiiin, fever soies, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, coi us mid all rklii eruptions, and posi li.eh cllles piles, oi no pay Seipiired. Il is glial antei d to give ieifect satis f.icti'in or unmet lefunded. Price, 25 cents per box. For sale by I). ,1. Uran neii. Flagstaff. Aiir.ona Yuma needs a bank. C OOOIV Notice. OrriCB or the Hoard or Suitiivisohs or) COCOMMl OUNTV, AIIIZON.A TElllllTOItY. ri.AiisrAti, November at IK'HJ 1 Notice Is hcrnlly Riven tint the Hoard of Sup',rlsors of Coconino county. Arizona. ulll receive ocil'sl tikis until 1(1 o'clock, a. in , on oJauuary 4t.li. 1897, for turnlshln; the County for tho year 1801 wllh tho following supplies, etc.: 1. Priming; and Publishing. 2. Stationery. It. Hoard of County IrIontrs at County Jail In riaestaff. , 4. Care of Indigent sick at Flasstaff. ' 5. Medi Ines and Medical atteiidauco for indigent sick at I'lasstalf. 6. Midlclms mill Medical nttendanco for Indigent sick at Williams. Bids for prim hut, puhllshins and station ery will l.o received In lump bins, or fo,' each separately. ISIdsaio totie matkedon cnvclnpoand nd dressid to ho Clerk of tho Bo trd. Bonds In tho sum of Ono Tlioumnd Hol lars will ho exact od for the faithful perform ance of any contract that may be et. Thu Hoard reserves tho rlstht to reject any and all bids. By order of tho Board of Su pervisors. C. A. Bush, Clerk. We want your tea-trade for the rest of your life. Do you see now how we can afford to say: "Get every sort of Schilling's Best of your grocer, and get your money back on what you don't like"? A Schilling & Company 5?i FntirUr-n jjtg Atlantic & Pacific R. R (Western Division.) C. W. 8MIIH, Receiver. Condnnaed Time Table No. 43. Effective November 4. 1898.1 WEST. EAST. STATIONS. No. 3. No. 1, No. 2 No. 4 HOOp 10 Zip 22np 0 4.-,p Lv. Chicago... Ar 10 OOp 705 a 6 00p 9 43a 640D v 4ua Stiup 11 65 p USttp 6101) ....Kansas City ... .. . Denver La Junta.... 1116 a I060p V MU 12051) 1 45 .. Albuquerque Ar 7 Ida mop 4 40p 410p wuo a 410a itiniraie., ijv .uallup Holbmok..... Wlnslow ... Klapstaff . ...Williams. .. 3 46a 8 nr p. 11 10 a I2:i5p 3 35p 5 .'.Op fi Wp 1230 PiI2 20a v lup llKtp 13 40 a H30H 1I05D 9 30a 805a 625a 8Mp 715p 5 60p 1 40 a Ar..Asb I'ortt Lv 700a 10 30a 600p 7 15 a 10 351) Lv..Ahh Kork..Ar 660a 23i a 730p &30p 240p 730 Ar., I'rcscott. I,v Ar... Phoenix ..Lv 7 OOp 1 40a 4 ma S45a 7 60a 0 IS a 11 lUa ,0 60p 920p II OOp Lv..ARh V'ork. Ar 625a 650p 300D .. Peach Snrlara .. 405 Lv..KIneman..Lv 200a 12 45p 1000a l u-va 230a 4 40 a 7 40 a 8 10 a ...The Needles... Blake Basdad .... Daczctt. ... U30p iu iu p 836a 625a 32o"a 8 OOp 235p suop K40p 620D 2:10 p 6:00p 10 40p Ar. . Itarstow .... ArLosAntrclesLr 1 20 p 6 25n Ar San I)ieiro..Lv iv 15 a 10 15 a! 7 45 a Arnan Iran co L,v 4fi0p West or Williams. Wm. East. STATIONS. No. 5. No. 6. 7 10 p 8 45 p 2 u- a 4 10 a 8 00 a 10 0 a 12 45 p 3 60 p 4 30 p 7 35p ... Wllllims. .At.li Pork. . I. I'eicli Springs. ... .. .Kingman ... .. .Needles Illako Ilazdad. .. . ... .Dagzctt ,.. Barstoiv .. Arv, fl.Y, a 1 20a 10 20 p 1 40 p 610 p 3 45p 1 00 p 12 40 p 9 45 a r ,Mohao. .Lv! Trains Nos. 3 and 4 aro llmlti ft train, run. nlni heml-weekly. No. 3' leaves Chicago Wednesdays and Saturdays passes Albu nuerquoou I'rldaVR ami Mondays, arriving at Los Anirel'S Saturdays and Tuesdays. Train No. 4 will leavo Los Anirules Mondays and Thursdays, pas-ln:? Albuquerque on Wednesdays and Saturd iys, arriving at Chl cazo Fridays and Mondiys. t-uuman raiace Mccping uars oally hroucb between Chlcazu and San Fran cisco and Chlcaio and Los Angeles. Pullman TourUt Sleeping Cars dally through between Chicago and Jnn Francisco ana t;nictgo ana ixis Angeles Tourist cars leave San I'ranclsco oery Wednesday and l.os Angeles every Thursday, running through to Kansas City, Chicago and Boston. The Grand Canyon of the Colorado can be reached only Ia this line. Ask for a beautifully Illustrated book which will be mailed free. DON A. SWEET. General Passenger Agent. Albuquerque. N.M. Santa Fe, Prescott I Phoenix Railway Company. Time Table No. 13. effective June 9. 1896. Mountain lime U standard used. vbbVMssbbbW sJsgeKsSIS STATIONS. NORTH. No. 2 I No. 4 Iv Ash fork ar 6 45p Hock Hutto Del Kin 6 04 460 4 05 3 60 312 is at 12 01 143 12 45 1201 Jerome Junc'n ar Prescott lv Iv Prescott ari Summit Skull Vulley Klrklaud Date Cret k Congress Wlekcnburg Peoria Glendalo Alhambra 12 65 U42p 10-0 9 42 E15 800 7 48 730p HSSa 1UU0 1)47 Blii 9 15 h ar Phoenix lv s. f., p. & p. Bam ....WITH THE.. IL, T. & S. F. WNA, Is tho Shortest and Quickest Route to Den ver, Kansas City. St. Louis, Chicago and all Points East. The Scenic Line of Arizona, The Best Route to California, -Cnly North and South Line in Arizona. f Grand Canyon of the Colorado. To the i-oiriueo rorest. Great Pine I'orosts Cliff Dwellings. I Great Salt River Valley, And numerous others points of Interest. Through tickets to all points In the United States, Canada and .Mexico. AH the comforts and conveniences cf a first-class road, with superb equipment. Close connections made at Ash Fork with Santa Fe route fast trains to ull points east and west. Trains for California leave Ash l'orkat 7:15 and 8:45 p. m., arriving In Los Angeles next afternoon at 1:25 and San Fran cisco second morning at 10:16. Parties desiring to remain over at Ash Forte will find excellent accommodations ut Fred Harvey's hotel. Nos. 1 and 2 connect at Jerome Junction with trains of the United Vcrdo & Pacific Railway for Jerome. Connecting at Prescott with stago lines for all principal mining camps; at Congress with stage lines for Ilar qua Hala, Stanton and Yarncll; at Phoenix with tho M. & P. & 8. R. V. Railway for all points on Southern Paclflc Railway. Oeo. M. Bakoent, General Freight and Pas senger Avcnt, Prescott F. M. Mnapny. President and General Man ager, Prescott, Ariz. R. E. Wells, Assistant' General Manager, Prescott. Ariz. Wanted-An Idea gaggs Protect roar Mean; tbey may bring jou wealth. Write JOHN WEOOBBBDRM i CO , Piunt AUoS MTSt.vf Mblnttoa. D. O., for their ti.M prua otter so-Oltt of two bsalrsi trcstioc.' wdu1. SOUTH. No. 3 No. 1 8 60p 6 45 a 9 35 7 31 10 31 8 26 10 U 8 40 1135 9 30 1160 9 45 12 25 a 10 21 II 101 115 tiaof 1 33 11 47 2 40 12 45 ) 3 20 1 Si 4 30 2U5 0 00 3 30 0 l- 3 43 (1 28 3 6" 0 45 a 4 15 p vV -m n ffg ' v$! j '.t fi f 3 W' i m. stV 'V?f ' -, t,vr i i& - St M&r? m .& "J1 1 pur,- t ".s imm VV . r.M g- r s- y,'-HWs' a? '