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HOLBROOK, ARIZONA. SATURDAY, AUGUST 28, 1897.
Santa Fe& Pacific Railroad
Condensed. Tim Card. Wo. 46,
Effect Mar. . 1897.
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1 lip ar
i t. a v wMthnnnd and Ko.4
W and Saturdays; passes Albuquer
an U a. m. Fridays and Monday.; Baxstow
1J n. m. Tuesdays and Satorday. arriving
Lo Angelen, p. m. Tosedera and Satur.
for north of Mojare holdli-g
aiekaareadiBr dlrees via Mojare chance
at Barato to o. 5. - . .
Ho. 4 wlU leave Loa Angeles, at 8j00 a. in.
Tueeenjre and Friday, peasing Barstow lu
p. m. and Keedlea 7 :a0p. m. eame day. : Albu-
aoerane : p. m. Wednesdays and Satur
ayarrirlng at Chicago : a. m. Fridays
"pMsngera from north of Mojare may
cake the limited either a Barstow or the
Only ras-clase ticket, sold at full rate
re honored on the limited traina.
Pullman Palaoa Sleeping Can daily
t aroagb betsreen Loa Angele and Chicago
and William, anj San Franciaco. , ,,
Oilman ToaHrt Sleeping Cara dally
through between Chicago andSaa Francieoo
and Chisago and Loa Angele.
Tonrietmrs leere 8aa ranrlco ercry
Taeednyand Los Analeaerery VVedneaday.
fanning through to Kansas City. Chicago
The Grand Canon of the Colorado ena be
reached only via tbia line. , . .
Aakforn beautifully Illustrated book
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Qon TPsinagor Agent. Loe Aggeloa. CeL
S. F., Pr & P. Railwau.
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TSB SCniC BOCTX 07 ARIZONA.
The beat roate o California. The only north
and' south Una in Ariaonatotbe
Grand 'Canon of the Colorado. Petrifled
orest,CU DwaUlnaa. Grea Pine Foresta,
Salt Bivar Talhry and nameroo other Point.
hroojh tiokata to all points is the Caitad
Stataa. vantctw and Mexao.
lioa. 1 and 4 connect at Jerome Jnnction
rita trains of Ü.T. P. By. for Jerome.
Connect! n a Preonott with stace line, for
all prineipaTmíninaT san: tt Concreas with
Cong res. Gold Co. K. B. for Con fuss and
ataaw lines for Harona Hala Station and Tar.
aril A Pbosalx with the Maricopa A Pbos
nUBq for points oa the S. P. By. Also with
TrliM far California leave Ash Fork at
f:50 and 7:40 p. nv. arrivin In Los Anelea
srternoon as i:av ana nan rnncura
Imornlnar at 10:45. Trains for the east
aw A.h Fflrlr m .4 a- m.
ftaasa tm Basis train No. A iFast Limited
FlyerVaaaaea Aah Fork for the ees at tM a.
am. every Satorday and Wednesday.
. ilVkkpbÍ: GKU. M. SABGB5T.
PreaV A Gent MV. GenT PaWr Aent.
Praeeott. Aria. Preeeott, Aria.
B, Sw WELLS. Assistant General Manaarer.
CHALCEDOanr LODGE HO. 6, F. A.
M- Bolbroak, Ariaona. Berolar
; aaaann MoaaDusuan a i v
m. an Foorth Satorday of each
' r nsotrth. Tlaitlna brethren invited.
By ayder of F. M.ZUCK, W. M.
.JAMBS 8COTT. Secretary.
Kverrbody Baya So
Cascareis Caodr CaUiartic, the moat won
derful medical dtacovcrv of the are. p'eaa
aot and refreabina; to the taaua, ai-t freotly
od poaltlvcly on kklneja. liver and bowels,
cleansing the en Oro srsfm, dl.cl colds,
ears linmlsiam. fer-r. iiaMtaal comtipntion
and biitonsoera. Plraas btiy noJ trr a box
af C. C.C. to-day: 10. ') eenta. Hold and
( larmatwrd la cjt by all dra:. gist. v
THE WORLD AT LAKGE
Summary of the Daily News
Th department of agriculture,
tbroub Its bureau of animal industry,
baa prepared iccine for tbe cattle
diseasa known aa "blackleg" and bat
issued a circular containing- direction
for using it.
David O. Swaim. retired judtre advocate-gene
ral of tbe United States army,
died in Washington on tbe 17th ol
Bright's diseaae, aged 63.
It was stated at Washington that
ona of Use first bills to be laid before
congress at the regular session will be
one to improve the present government
Officials of the treasury depart
ment believe that, despite the enor
mous importations of all kinds of
goods Just previous to the enacting oi
the Dingley tariff law, the measure
will result in a comfortable surplus
tbe first year.
Thb post office department is extend
ing the long-distance telephone serv
ice, and on the 30th 3,000 cities through
out the country secured long-distance
connection directly with the depart
ment. Tbe commissioner of pensions has
had a statement prepared on the num
ber of applications for pensions filed
since July, 1896. The comparison
shows that in July, 1800, applications
for pensions aggregated 2,898. while in
June, 1897, there were 40,109, largely
for Increases and for widows and
Tas commissioner of pensions re
cently stated that the pension list was
increased by old soldiers marrying
young wives and that he hoped con
gress would pass a law to prevent pen
sions from being given to widows of
soldiers of tba last war who married
tbe soldiers in tbe future.
It is not improbable that official an
nouncement will be made in a short
time of a radical change in the present
attitude of the pension bureau towards
pension claimants who had a confeder
ate war service. Commissioner of Pen
sions Evans believes that if a claimant
served in any capacity in tbe confeder
ate service, but later enlisted in the
union army, served there and was hon
orably discharged, it would be an In
justice to refuse him a pension.
. Tax fourth assistant postmaster
genral celebrated his return to Wash
ington on tbe Slat by appointing the
largest number of fonrtb-clas post,
masters ever named in a single day it
tba history of the department, thers
being 45J made.
T"rvx children were drowned at
Toronto, Ont., on the S2d by ' tbe cap
sizing of a float.
Job Wootkjl. a Creek Indian, who
was sentenced to rieath July 13 by tbe
judge of the Eufaulo, L T., district for
ri arder, and who ded, has been cap
tured and turned over to the Creek au-
on ties and will be resentenced and
ahot as soon as court shall convene at
Wixxiam Bowlaíto, a street car em
ploye of Dallas, Tex., wanted Ida
Kalczkasski, a farmer's daughter liv
ing ten miles in tle country, to marry
him, and, on her refusal, hi killed the
girl and put a bullet through bis own
JAMS R. Qciglzt was kicked so
badly by John O'Donnell at fat. Louis
on the 23d, in a quarrel over a game of
quoits, tli at he died soon after beirg
taken to the hospital.
At the reunion of tbe survivors of
the Army of the Potomac at Troy, N.
Y.. on the 20th about 1,000 of tbem
were in line in the parade. President
MeKinley reviewed the parade.
A CABBIAGE containing II. C Claugh
ton, a well known attorney of Wash
iogton, and M3s Villa Curtis, was run
down by a train on the B. fc P. rail
road, a abort distance from Washing
ton, and both tbe occupants were in
jured so badly that they soon died.
Paddy Pcbteix, the American box
er, met Lachie Thompson in a contest
for 29 rounds at Birmingham, Eng;
Purtell won easily in six rounds. It
was his first battle in EuglaiX
Will Ln-rs. James McCulloajh and
a ten-year-old boy were fatally injured
by the explosion of -Jk thrashing engine
boiler oa the Spring Creek ranch, near
Tux middle-of-the-road populists
held a state convention at Des Moines,
la., on the 19th and nominated a com
plete state ticket, beaded by Chart's
A. Lloyd, of Muscatine, for governor.
Iar -the Indian creek oil region near
Parkersbnrg. W. Va,, a boiler exploded
and killed five men and wounded six
A Kiv Tons telegram said Steinway
áV Sons, piano manufacturers, had sold,
their business to an English syndics t
The World's Congress of Medicine
convened at Moscow, Enssia, on tbe
19th with over 7,300 delegates, one-balf
of whom were from abroad.
Tax coal operators of tbe Pittsburgh,
Pa.,- district formed an organization
on tbe 19th for the special purpose of
breaking up the strike of the miners.
They proposed to operate their mines
even if they had to employ force to do it.
Tax Wholesale Liquor Dealers asso
ciation of America convened at New
York on the 18th, 003 delegates from
all parts of the country bein; present.
Tax convention of tbe Firemen's In
ternational association was formally
opened at New Haven. Cono., with a
procession, headed by tue mayor.
Tbe workers on fine coats, to the
number of 1.500, struck at New York
on the 22d for aa increase in wages.
The strike closed 120 shops.
Two thousand cloakmakers at New
York went on a strike for an increase
There was a report at Chelsea, I. T.,
on the SJd that the Keetoowa Eociety,
an organization among the Cherokee
full-bloods, bad threatened violence to
the members of the Cherokee commis
sion should they enter into an agree
ment with tbe Dawes commission look
ing to the destruction of the tribal
Tbreb young men from Chicago, who
had been camping on tbe banks of tbe
Canadian river, hired a small boat at
La Salle, N. Y., and started to cross to
the Canadian shore, when their boat
upset and they were carried over the
falls and drowned.
A keoro at Lovett, Oa., shot at bis
wife because she went to town against
his orders, missed her and dangerously
wounded another negro woman, and
then 6hot a man who tried to stop him
from escaping. A mob Eoon went in
pursuit, captured the culprit and he
was tried and afterwards shot.
Austria, Russia and Germany have
accepted the proposal of Spain to adopt
international measures against an
archy and establish a penal colony for
the life detention of dangerous anarch
ists. France has not replied to the
Spanish note and it was expected tbat
the Ubited States. Great Britain and
Switzerland would refuse to co-operate.
Star Pointer, the king of pacers,
defeated Joe Patchen at Chicago on
the 21st in three straight heats. Time:
2:02, 2:04k and 3:04.
Tbr State Farmers' alliance of Texas,
which was in session at Dallas for
three days, seceded from the national
organization by an overwhelming ma
jority. The State alliance also adopted
tbe proposition to establish co-operative
branches among tbe members.
A terrible collision occurred at
Lima, O., on the 20th between a heavily-loaded
excursion train and a
freight, badly injuring a large num
ber of passengers.
Aeronact Ali.erd fell 300 feet from
bis balloon at Electric park, Chicago,
on the 20th, every bone in his body be
ing broken. He became entangled in
a guy-rope and was dragged from his
Porter Parks, aged 13 years, com
mitted suicide at Quincy, I1L His
mother said he was naughty, and to
punish him she sent him to his bed'
room shortly before noon.--- Soon after
a younger brother entered the room
and found his brother's body banging
to the closet door. Life wss extinct
when the horrified mother reached the
scene and took down tbe body.
James Jeffreys, of Camden, Tenn.,
and Ross Guffin, of Kansas City, Mo.,
have been appointed commissioners to
allot lands in severalty to the Indians
of the Uncompaghre reservation in
Rev. Perrt Hopkins, a bishop in the
A. M. E. church, died in New York on
the 20th, aged 75. He was a slave be
fore tbe war, but purchased his free
dom. Sollt Smith, of Los Angeles, CaL,
knocked out Johnny Griffin, of Bos
ton, in the seveath round at San Fran
cisco. Tax elevator of the Davenport (la.)
glucose works was tbe scene of two
terrific dust explosions on the 19th, as
a result of which four lives were lost
and two persons seriously injured.
About 40,000 people lined tbe broad
boulevards over which the great flower
parade of the Colorado Springs, Col.,
carnival passed on the 19th. The pa
rade, in which 2,500 took part, was 2i
miles long, and tbe turnouts were par
St. Lol ls speculators In wheat re
cently cleared upward of $3,000,000 on
September options during the recent
bulge. Ex-Secretary of the Interior
D. R. Francis was said to have netted
A petition has been presented to
Gov. Bradley at Frankfort, Ky., ask
ing the pardon of Morgan Johnson,
who has been confined in tbe peniten
tiary for 17 years, having been convict
ed of the murder of Pompey Bell, a
guard in the penitentiary, in 1881, and
given a life sentence. Capt. Hide, who
presented the petition for pardon, also
presented a confession of Henry Smith,
a convict, who confessed to the crime
for which Johnson was convicted.
Albert Voiers, under sentence to be
hanged at Fayetteville, W. Va., on the
24th, broke jail just before daylight on
the 10th. A posse went after him. '
Tax Pittsburg St Gulf railway will
have its own rails into Port Arthur,
Tex., by September 10.
Fire destroyed the Gerry Lumber
Co.'s yard at Eagle River, Wis., with
10,000,000 feet of lumber. Loss, $150,
000. At the second day's session of the
American bankers' convention at De
troit, Mich., the principal address was
made by Comptroller of the Currency
Eckels. He declared that in the end
we would be possessed of a banking
and currency system so strong as to
make impregnable the country's credit,
but its coming might be attained at a
terrible loss to capital and injury to
It was said on the 19th that the offi
cers of the United Mine Workers pro
posed to call a conference of all feder
ated unions to secure their co-operation
In a plan to tie up traffic on rail
roads, so that the aupply of coal would
be cut off and the operators be forced
to negotiate for a settlement of the
eoal strike. .
J. B. Rich shot and killed his wife
at the home of her mother in Nash
ville, Tenn., and then killed his brother-in-law.
He afterwards shot himself
twice, inflicting fatal wounds. Domes
tic trouble was tbe cause.
Elcant Sitllivan, a negro convicted
of an assault on a woman and sen
tenced to 20 years' imprisonment at
Williamsburg-, Ky., was taken from jail
by a mob and hanged at one o'clock a.
m. on the 2-Jd.
Tbe Mexican government, in view of
the depreciation of silver, has agreed
to offer to gold miners from all parts
of the world many inducements to go
to Mexico to seek gold, including ex
emption from taxation. The govern
ment also proposes to keep the gold in
that country by putting on it a practi
cally prohibitive export tax.
Tbe baby parade at Asbury Park,
N. J., on tbe 3 1st was a grand success,
671 infants being in the show with
their baby carriages and carts. There
were babies from nearly every state in
the union and from Russia and Cuba.
Tbe first convention of sugar beet
growers in the United States was held
. i i, t a. i . . c
at nome. J, x.. uu tae sist. miuv i
valuable reports were read, among thedA Postoffice was established at Elli
most interesting being those covering
tbe experiments in Kansas.
Tbreb children of William Psaast
were cremated at Anaconda, Mont.,
by their house burning down during
the absence of their parents.
. At St. Louis on the 20th No. 2 red
wheat sold for $1 a bushel.
Micbel Anoiolillo, the anarchist
who shot and killed Premier Cánovas
del Castillo at tbe baths of Santa
Agueda, Spain, August 8, was put to
death by the garrote on the 20th.
Joun L. Sullivan will run as an in
dependent candidate for major of Bos
ton in the fall, with the avowed inten
tion, if not elected, of defeating Mayor
Josiah Quincy, who will be the regular
democratic candidate for re-election.
Tdk body of a man on whose coat
was a tag on which was the name "E.
W. Kirton, Wisner, Neb.." has been
found near the summit of Pike's peak.
Col., with a bullet hole in the back of
his bead. AU his valuables were gone
aud it was thought he was murdered
for his money.
A call bas been issued by the na
tion executive board of the United
Mine Workers for a conference of the
representatives of organized labor to
meet in St. Louis on August 30. At tbe
meeting all labor organizations will be
asked to join issues with the miners
and stop work, so as to effectively cut
off the supply of coal and bring the
mining strike to a crisis.
The coal operators, at a meeting
held at Pittsburgh, Pa., on the 20th,
issued a statement to the public in
which they accused President Ratch
ford, of the miners' union, of trying
to dodge the issue and of being insin
cere in his efforts to settle the minera
It was positively announced that
Mrs. Margaret Ferris, widow of the
builder of tha Chicago wheel, had
been married at Pittsburgh, Pa., on
the 18th to Francis Schlatter, the "di
vine healer" of Canton, O.
Tnx republicans of Iowa nominated
L. M. Shaw, of Crawford county, for
governor at the state coavention at
Cedar Rapids on the 18th. J. C. Milli
man, of Harrison county, was selected
for lieutenant-governor; Judge Water
man, of Sioux county, for supreme
judge; C L. Davidson, of Sioux county,
for railroad comptroller, and H. II.
Barrett for superintendent of instruc
tion. Tnx Utica mine a. Angels' camp, tha
largest gold-producing property ia
California, was on fire on the 18th, sup
posed to bi from spontaneous combus
tion. It produced $200,000 worth of
gold a month.
At Chad's gap. near Pinevllle, Ky.,
James Felt, Caleb Hatfield and Joa
Mallard camped out all niorht, drink
ing and playing cards. Before morn
ing Hatfield and Mallard had won all
of Felt's money. When they 'arose to
1 a.! 1 A 1
cross me mountains luaiiaru lurew .
sobe liquor in Felt's face when he
drew his pistol and killed both Mal
lard and li at field.
Miss Mart Siikridav, of Louisville,
Ky., has been ofllcially informed of the
death of the supreme president of the
Catholic Knights of America, John Mo-
ruff Uh..H wa vlmt ntvcl.lant
of the order and now assumes the duty
of supreme president
assault on a colored woman, and after-,'
wards on a colored srirL As soon as the .
news was known a posse got after him, 1
skvortanlr him and. nil bia refusal ta I
surrender, another . negro shot and for a divorce, because his wife is ad
killed him. The negro who did the ' jetea to inordinate drinking of
SAtffasS It sieges that she
Burglars chloroformed Mrs. Michael
Burlce at OmaJia, Neb., the other night '
and then ransacked her house. She
was unconscious eight hours. :
Harvey De Beort, colored, was
hanged in the jail at Memphis, Tenn., I
on the 19th for attempting to rape a
seven-year-old girl on October 8, 1890.' j
About 300 bicycle riders who took a
spin tato the country from Milwaukee ,
the other day for seven or eignt miiei
had to walk back to the city owing to
punctures. Some one naa nuriea a
plank full of spikes in-the road and
succeeded in disabling the 200 wheels,
üí? d 'scJvtred nefarhth"Tty.
Suicide and grief caused the death
of husband and wife in Danville, I1L,
lue ouier uigub. - ucuij kmuwv-. ...
aged and respected citiren, died from
the effects of an opiate, and- bis wife,
S rostrated with woe, expired three
ours later. Ill health was the cause
assigned for the suicide.
Territorial Items Gleaned From
Our Exchanges and Con
densed for Our Busy
The population of Arizona is now
placed at 100,000 souls.
Arizona produced 70.666,259
pounds of copper in 1896.
Monday, September 6th, has been
set aside by Gov. McCord as labor
Rev. G. L. Pearson of Frescott
will leave in a few days for Hono
lulu. Tae assessed valuation of property
in Arizona for 1897 is ,$29,490,53.U
as against $28,07,176,42 in 1896.
son, Gila county with Jesse W. Elli
Much damage is said to have been
done by ihe wind during the storm
the other day.
Phcnix is going to have a broom
factory that will turn out two hun
dred dozen brooms per month.
Six hundred dollars in cash was
found in a pauper's trunk, after his
death in the hospital of Maricopa
Geo. W. Nash who has been missing
since June 23rd, has never been
found. He is a cousin of Robt. Nash,
of Graham county.
It is estimated that $58,000. will be
required to maintain the public
schools of Maricopa couuty the com
ing year. ;
A smelter on wheels will visit
Prescott about Sept. 1. The cars
will run to any specified point in
any mining district having railroad
Outlaw Parker has secured a new
trial, and escaped hanging on the.
day set for the little social. A young
lady of Prescott has fallen des
perately in lore with him.
Walter Hoffman who killed Joe
Richards, a cowboy, at the Burke
place, has been discharged from cus
tody. The verdict was justifiable
Last week Prescott experienced a
heavy hail storm. The novel spec
tacle of people shoveling hail from
the roofs, and snow balling in August
is not often witnessed in that city.
The funeral of Capt. W. X. George
of Phenix was largely attended.
Capt: George was univesally known
and respected in the locality in
vrhich he lived. The funeral took
place on the 21rst.
Antonio Suastigo, a Mexican sheep
herder, was killed near Bellmont
j last Friday . David Russell has been
I arrested as tbe one who did the shoot
; ing and bound over to await the
action of the grand jury.
I - Charles Julian committed suicide
at Jerome last Saturday by taking
. . , .
an overdose of morphine.
been oil a protracted spree. He is
reportéd to have been a man of some
means. Prescott Courier.
Under the new postoffice registry
law soon to be promulgated the Ben
dor of registered letters is indemni
fie against loss to the cxtent $10, no
grater sum being allowed
A Phenix man has filed a petition
gallon of buttermiiK at
each meal, and another gallon be
The citizens of Flagstaff are advo
eating offering a bounty on skunks.
They are being overrun with the
sweet scented little pets, and four
or five persons have died from being
bitten by "the little darlints".
, . .
A telegram bneny states that
the $65,000 town of Flagstaff bonds
have been soldto the Phenix Invest.
ment Company of Chicago, and the
American Security Company of New
York would furnish the f20,CX)
bond requiried. The American Sec
urity Company has a capital of ; $2,
O0O,0P0,p3id up. Sun Jh mocrat.
Calumet & Hecla is quoted at
$400 per share, the highest point
ever reached at which price the pro- .
perty is valued at $40,000v00a The
company has paid shareholders $3,
000,000 this year, and the total div
idends to dato are $49,850,000.
Reports of another find of rich ore
in the Gold Cliff at Pearce was rec
eived lately. The rock is of a pecu
liar color, but big flakes of Lorn sil
ver can plainly be seen, while the
assay value in gold gives a good
Gov. McCord has appointed E. Q.
Stratton of Tucson as chairman, of
the Live Stock Sanitary Commission;
Epes Randolph, Paymaster General
with rank of Colonel; A. F. Baa ta
of Prescott, Lieutenant Colonel and
Aid de Camp; Winfield Scott of
Scottsdale, Chaplain. . v
assessed . valuation of Navajo
County for 1897 is $1,067,318.42
as follows: Land and improvements
$402,355.42; town and city lots $94,
627.50; horses $37,360; males $942;
asses $248; cattle $79,414; sheep;
$52, 418; swine $993. 50; all other
property $110,595; railroads $66,
The $1,000 stolen from the stage
near Globe on July 9. has been
found, buried under a mesquite
bush near the road about one mile .
and one half from the place where
the robbery was said to have been
commited. The driver of the stage
was induced by his father to tell
where the money was buried.
Hon. N. O. Murphy arrived yester
day from the north. Mr. Murphy
says, about 100 men are working;
on both sections of the road to Cas
tle Creek hot springs and that tha
road will be completed in about
fifteen days. The magnitude of th
enterprise lies in the farther end 'of
the road. Rep. i
A remarkable freak of lightning
occured at Seligmar, MoLave coun
ty, the other.day. A streak of light
ning struck the railroad yards where
several hundred men were at work.
Every man was knocked down and
when they recovered it was found
that two mules were killed and tho
driver partially paralyzed in the
lower limbs. Another man received
a shock but he shortly recovered.
When it was time to quit work "he
put his hand in his pocket to look
at his watch and found it gone. : He
returned to the place where he found
it on the ground. It had melted in
to a molten mass. He was slightly
burned across the breast where the .
lightning struck him. Gazette.
Sometliln to Dejnd. Ori.
M. James Jones, of the drug .firm
of Jones and & Son, Cowden, 111! ia
speaking of Dr.King's New Discov
ery, says that last winter his wife
was attacked with ' La Grippej and
her case grew so serious that physi
cians at Cowden and Pana could -do
uothing for her. It seemed to develop
into hasty consumption. Having
Dr. King's New Discovery in store
and Belling lots of it, he took a bot
tle home, and to the surprise of all
she began to get better from the
first dose, and half doze a dollar bot
tles cured her sound and well. . Dr.
King's New Discovery for consump
tion, coughs and colds is guaranteed
to do this good work. Trjrit. Sold
at Holbrook, Ariz., atF. J. Wattron's.
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A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
from Ammonia, Alum or any ether adulterate.
40 YfcAKS THE STANDARD.