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,'V "ltl"IMIll''"M V fi 7n-"nrki-.-;?;,:; ..Sr'1 TO . :i- ' m&m$ i MfwS S&tfUKfa'ita v. K - . -,i"-" twr ' fffi v t - v , fP? v- V 'l HATS AND CAPS Hand-made Boots, best $6 a pair. of all maue, Uall Ctuet t & Coon and E. & W. Collars. and Cuffs The prettiest, n e 7 t e s t, most-; up-to-date line of Neckwear in the City. HATS Stetsons, Lion Brand and Eagle Brand ai;e all sold at prices that defy competition. W rah a x a m. k IPs. TV . Nine-ounce Riveted Overalls at per pair Fred Busby's Hand sewed Gloves; get a pair and try 'em 1 CLOTHING, TRUNKS AND VALISES TERRITORIAL G'lvt'innr FiHiiklln ll wefk ap proved the 1-lnlra i'f 8. S. Preslim In the ii whkI nf 5U0 nnVieil liy IIih Trr riioiv fur llm c;i)Iiii-h nf Jim Parkt-r. The mailer whs luiiinil iivhi' l iIim audit"!' in I ""tic a win i ant cowling tlio amount. Rf)ulilli'ttii. 'l'' ii porter was iiifui iiipiI j fieida' thsit a nipeliiijr nf pIiIzpih whs In-lit In puMif sclioul liiiililln; TiiH4iUy even iur, at which nippllnjf ii imiihitloii wm passed leqitesliiijj the, hniil'd nf srhiNil truiiee to provide fuipplii", 4i-hod room mnl learln-rs fur a Kni'lerinirlHii School fur lln 1 MSI rillil inn nf children nuder six jears nf age. Courier. Mr. Shepanl bought nil llm ratlin nf F. T. Lh Pi Kiln anil Jnhn Mt-nilt fur fulurf delif piy anil Ims gntm Into the Tnntn rniintry in Sfni i-h nf mine. In tlie past two years, thn Shnpanl Km, barn pui-cliMwl almost all the rati If belonging to thn omnll ilealcra hIiiiiit the Allantlo & FaHflo fmm Navajo Springa to Wlnslnw. and still want xnnrr. Winslnw Mail. The hoard nf supprtlgnrs ypatrday dl.allnwpd thn bark salary claims of Yavapai rnnnty M-nffirlals. Chii-f Jusllrn Baker has declmeil the law valid and Marlcnpa rnnnty has paid bfr officiala Id arrnrdanre with this de cisinn. Cnrnninn rniinly siipfrvlanra arreplrd the validity nf I lie art with ont question and allowed thn rlaimaol ber (.fflclala. The rase will he taken to the rimrt by thn ex-nfDrers of I III" county. Journal MIiip. The scheme fur an rlpotiir lijrhi plant for our little riiy, la In a fair way to hesome a reality. The projec tors, wllli hut litlla or no effort, one mlj;ht sav, have received sufflrii nt en couiaempnt to convince thpin thai the enterpiise will m he a losing niip. We feel warranted In making llm pie diction that Wiuslnw will he lighted by Vlertrlelty by or before the 1st nf September. The next Improvement will he electiiu street railways. Wins- low Mail. Tbe.Enginee.rlng and Mining Jour nal has just completed its annual state ment for 1896 and it is probably I be roost accurate and comprehensive state ment yet published in that connection. It indicates.an increase of about $20,- 000,000 in tbe minora! product nf the United States in 1896 ovor 1895, of wblch increase 911,830,167 was in our gold product and $7,470,882 in our silver product Tbe Engineering and Mining Journal has done a great ser- vico to tbe business of the country in Giesecke on earth, at BOOTS AND SHOES GucrmiNG kinds, ready made and tailor at prices to suit purcnaser. and be suited. X, CCQ ZLi CS H- .. hPJ 0 FURNISHING GOODS securing these stat IkIIps. Tombstone Prnsperlnr. Up tn Ma) 28 1 hi re hare been shipped from Tiii-Hiiu thn present jem 22,619 head nf ratlin. llenx shipniHiils iliir iiiir lh same pei iod am. mule I. to 95,. 828 he.nl. Total Wilcnx shinni 'iiu up t diite HgregitH 30,022 Im id L'omb- StniiH Prnspet'tiil. Tliecisn nf the Territory v. Pmil L'Hke, c't trrt'l with IjhI'i uuoisaory with Si'luiliz. to lliu mui'iler nf G. W. K. McNarr, WAi diHiiiispil to-dHy iiiiiIhi-thn N irtoii act, pmeil by iho last Legislature. Tim nninler was ciiminilteil in January. 1895, and Seh ii 1 1 J! and Loskn wern died joinily and i-oiirli-led of thn miirder a'nd sentenced to he hung on August 9 of t hat ear. An ap-eal was taken to the SnpreniH court and a slay of execution granted and tbe case has been dragging along ever since. Under thn Norton art, repealing the law conmriiiug miir der, no convirtion can be bad tir a greater crime than manslaughter, in rases committed prior to it-s piussage. Loskn was never charged wiih actively participating in thn murder, but was charged as an ac- cnss'iry before, thn fact, and as the law dues not require any such in cases of manslaughter the defendant was released. Schullz will be tried fur manslaughter. Journal Miner. mi m i i i-ni-i k Fits May Fight. Buffalo. N. V., June 14. John L. Sullivan arrived in Buffalo this even iug, in company with bis backer. Frank B. Dunn of Boston, and linrae dialely started on a hunt fur Champion Bt Fitssininioiis. The rival pugilists came together at the Lceum theater, where Fitssimmnnii' Vaudeville com pany is holding forth. Sullivan wanted to talk fight light away, hut was prevailed upon to wall until thn conclusion of tbe per formance. At 11 o'clock to-night Sullivan, Filx Simmons, Qui mi, Martin Julian and n host of other sports met at the Tiff ham. Sullivan Issued a formal chal lenge to Fitcsimmons for a finish fight for the world's championship aud n aide bet of 95000. Dunn produced 91000 to bind the match. Fitrslm uiuus at first declared tbat he thought be bad earned a rest and did not In tend to fight again for at least a year, but on Sullivan urging him strongly to arrange a match, tbe champion promised to take the matter under con sideration and give Sullivan a definite answer shortly. Tbe meeting between the fighters was quite friendly. m fl J flfO D vk "LX 5s Y 1 xv $ A 0IR0US SNAKE 8T0RY, Tbrllltna- Combat Iteported During- the IUngiing Hbow In Grand Forks. GbakdFobksJn. D.. June 10 A terrific combat iimk place this after-' noon. In the iiiknagHiie tent of the Ringling UrntlJis' world' greatem shows, the like, cf which will perhaps never be seen again in the United Stales at any rale. A io)al Bengal tiger, sup posedly second L,r in fighting abil ities to the lion, fcamn so near meeting death in the rriithlng coll of a mou rner serpent tlnuihe will be a piellj sick Beugal fur noiue weeks to come, If, indeed, he etfr entirel. recnviis. As soon as I lie, side allows have fin ished their afternoon opening, the pe( formers go to dinner. At thin hour, usually a little afier two o'clock, the audience is seated in the lug fit ens tent and the pei furniture is going on. Mile. Mauetll, who liHinllei. some of the laigest xerpenl.s ever seen in this L-ountn, appeals in llm side show and just as aim was almut to leave for dinner, it nccuried lo hnr to give a big boa constrictor a little ex ercise in the grasj, of course in charge nf a competent attendant. She look the snake nut of its Imix and placed ii upon tbe ground, outside the side, show tent and adjoining thn shin wall of the menagerie. The man was left to watch bis snakeship and the enrhanter went to the dining tetit. But hn at tendant thought it wasn't necessary to herd thn snake ton closely, for it didn't seem inclined to move an inch. So he went tn the front of ihn tent to rbat with somn of thn men. He turned around after a miniiin'biit his snake had disappeared. Not raring to have hla lapsn from duly discovered the pan started tn find him. But the' snake was gone and not a "ijjn of him could he see all where. Within iiIhhii two minutes fioui the time he dixnp peaied thele came from the meiiaeiie a flightfiil. eai-plilling )i- thai hi ought every sleepy aniin.il and man in lb" lilacn lo his feet in an iiislaiil. The shllek ratlin fiora the lljfei'a cige where it HeniuiMloiis suailiog iiiiil thumping was olng on. Th uei milled up tn sue, what w.ts tin uii'iei and they found the big lliii l-f.i..i snake. He had ciawled under the side wall, enteied llm cagrf of lh ti gers, pounced upon one of lliem lhat was asleep and in an ineitul had his deadly folds till ice around the ) el low striped body. It was the application of a murderous pressmn that caused I he fearful shilek. Iron feeding folks prmta, pole., cluh.1. anything and everything that canrn to hand were used to beat the serpent off. The ti ger's throat was in a coil and so were his forelegs. He was powerless, des pite his tremendous strength and was slowly but surely strangling to death. The oscillating bead of thn monster swayed to and fro, five feet out of his reach aud bis vicious roils grew tight er and tighter. At this juncture the snake charnier rame in on a run, hav ing been called by tbe shiftless attendant before she had reached the dining tent. She saw tbn situation at a glance and uttering a sharp command in some un intelligible language, reached through the bars aud caught the boa' by the neck In a second or two his coila relaxed peiceptibly. He had the tiger unconscious now and almost squeezed into. Reluctantly he unwound his writhing body from that nf his victim and a few afoxuils Uter wits pulled out through the feeding grates, as limp as a wet rag and returned to his cage. HaA not a re8-uer appeared in the pei sun nf a snake cbaimer, Ju't when he did, it thousiind-dollar gT would have been charged to profit and lo-s. I he cncus men say they never expect to see such a thiilling tight agaiu. Klectrlc Hlttera. Electric Bilteis is a medicine stilled for any season, but peihaps mure gen erally needed when the languid, ex hausted feeling prevails, .when the. Ilyer is torpid and sluagish ann me need of a tonic and alterative is felt. A prompt use of this medlclue bas of ten averted long and perhaps fatal bilious fevers. 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