SATURDAY, APKIL 29.
Territorial Items Gleaned From
Our Exchanges and Con
densed for Our Busy
Comments on Cur
Mexico has adopted the extradi
tion treaty with tbe United States.
Vice President Hobart, who has
been seriously ill for sometime, is
- new out of danger.
Richard Ogleaby, formerly gover
nor and senator of Illinois, fell dead
at Lincoln, 111.
General Lawton has organized a
fling squadron and is driving the in
eu rgents back into the hill country.
Several gentlemen are now lock
ing for Speaker Reed's resignation
and are anxious to secure the speak
ership. The Missouri river is overflowing
its banks at Omaha and St. Joseph,
causing considerable damage to pro
perty. Considerable apprehension is felt
among the friends of Captain Drey
fus as to his mental condition. His
mind is reported to be somewhat af
fected. A French scientist claims to have
discovered the cancer microbe, and
announces that he will in ilue time
find a curative treatment for the
Five thousand Indians, Creeks,
Cherokees and Delaware?, have left
the Indian Territory in a body and
will settle upon and colonize a large
tract of land in Guadalajara, Mexico.
The testimony of the defense of
Mrs. George, who is charged with
the murder of Mr. Sexton, a brother
of Mrs. McKinley, was concluded
on the 22d. The case will go to the
jury in a couple of days.
It is reported that Speaker Reed
will resign the Speakership of the
House of Representatives. He has
become a member of a New York
law firm and has been guaranteed
a yearly income of $50,000.
As predicted in our last issue, the
jury returned a verdict of not guilty
in the conspiracy proceeding against
Senator Matt Quay of Pennsylvania.
Mr. Quay has since the verdict was
rendered been appointed United
States Senator by Governor Stone.
Captain Coghlan of tbe cruiser
Raleigh is in trouble on account of
his tongue. He has made grave
charges against the conduct of the
German representatives at Manila,
which this government must dis
claim, and he will, no doubt, be re
lievd of his command.
Richard Croker, the Tammany
leader, has been on the rack before
the Mazet investigation committee.
Croker and his friends have refused
to answer certain qettion relative to
their connection with some munici
pal deals. They will in all proba
bilities be cited to appear before the
proper tribunal and 6how cause why
they shall not be proceeded against
California is watching with inter
est the case of Matt Quay of Penn
sylvania. It is rumored that the
governor of California will appoint
a senator to fill the vacancy caused
by the failure the legislature to
elect, as the governor of Pennsylva
nia has done, and if Quay is seated
it is fair presume that a California
appointee will also be seated.
An Enterprising Druggist.'
There are few men more wideawake
and enterprising than F. J. Wattron
who spare no pains to secure the
best of everything in their line for
their many customers. He now
has the valuable agency for Dr.
King's New Discovery for consum
ption, coughs and colds. This is
the wonderful remedy that is pro
ducing such a furor all over the
country by its many startling cures.
It absolutely cures asthma, bronchi
tis, hoarseness and all other affec
tions of the throat, chest and lungs.
Call at the above drug store and
get a trial bottle free or a regular
size for 50 cents and 11.00. Guar
anteed to cure or price refunded.
Governor Murphy has gone to
Los Angeles to attend the Free Har
Lon Miller and oneSymthewho
escaped from the penitentiary re
cently, have been recaptured.
The Halderman brothers, who
murdered Deputy Sheriff Ai us worth
of Cochise county and Ted Moore
have been caught.
A flowing well has been secured
on the school grounds at St . David
and the premises will now be beau
tified with trees and shrubbery.
George Wright and Dave Holla
day were convicted at Solomonville
of the murder of M. G. Allen at Ed
en last July.
A shooting occured at Peach Springs
between William Marks and John
Chandler, two gamblers. Chandler
was severely wounded.
William Rolands, a 12-year-old boy,
while on his way with his father
from Safford to Clifton, was bitten
on the nose while asleep by a skunk.
It makes no diflerenc how bad the
wound if you use DeWitt's Witch
Hazel Salve; it will quickly heal and
leave no scar. For sale by F. J. Wat
A shooting scrape occured at
Hedges between Constable Jerric
and the manager of a saloon named
Crawford. Crawford was wounded,
but not seriously.
A new railroad called the Arizona
& Utah R. R. is being constructed
from Kingman to Chloride and
White Hills. When completed the
road will be sixty-five miles long.
Miss Mab Alva Messenger, the
harpist, who has spent several
months at Phoenix on account of
her health, has returned to the east
greatly benefitted her stay in Arizona.
Lieut. Gilmore, formerly from
Arizona and party, were captured
by the insurgents near Manila in an
attempt to rescue a body of Span
iards who have been besieged by in
surgents for a number of months.
A bad wreck occured on the S. P.
railroad this week near Gila Bend,
A treignt train crasnea tnrough a
burning bridge piling several cars
on top of the engine, killing Fire
man Courtney and Conductor Davy.
Engineer Adams was badly injured
and taken to bis home at Tucson on
a special tram.
Virgil Earp of Prescott, Arizona,
his w ife and daughter met at Fort-
land Oregon lately after a separ
at ion of thirty -eight years. Mr. and
Mrs. Earp were married in 1S60. A
year later Earp went to the war and
was reported dead. When the war
was over Earp returned to his for
mer home, but his wife and daugh
ter had disappeard. Both Earp and
his wife married again, each believ
ing the other dead.
Chauncey Depew gives the follow
ing advice to young men: Avoid
debt. Never bet or gamble. Ifyour
friend wants assistance, loan him
what you can spare and are willing
to lose if he fails.but don't indorse
his note. This latter easy method
of assisting by your credit your rel
ative or your friend has resulted in
ruin to multitudes and the closing
of many promising careers. Do not
let politics or pleasure interfere with
your business,and never make either
-Bucklen'M Arnica Bairn.
The best salve in the world for
cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum
fever sores, tetter, chapped hands,
chilblains, corns and all skin eruw
tions, and positively cures piles, or
no pay required. It is guaranteed
to give perfect satisfaction or money
refunded. Price 25 cents per box
For sale by F. J. Wattron, Holbrook
"A word to the wise is sufficient"
and a word from the wise should be
sufficient, but you ark, who are the
wise? Those who know. The oft
repeated experience of trustworthy
persons may be taken for knowledge
Mr. W. M. Torry says Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy gives better
satisfaction than any other in the
market. He has been in the drug
business at Elkton, Ky., for twelve
years; has sold hundreds of bottles
of this remedy and nearly all other
cough medicines manufactured,
which shows conclusively that
Chamberlain's is the most satis
factory to the people, and is the
best. For sale by F. J. Wattron.
If you suffer from tenderness or
fullness on the right side, pains un
der the shoulder-blade constipation,
biliousness, sick-headache, and feel
dull, heavy and sleepy your liver is
torpid and congested. DeWitt's
Little Early Risers will cure you
prom ply, pleasantly and permanen
tly by removing the congestion and
causing the bile ducts to open and
How naturally. They abe good fills.
F. J. Wattron.
ARRIVAL ANO DCPARTURB OP MAIL.
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Santa Fe & Pacific Railroad
Cendtnnd Time Card No. 4(L
Effect Not. 8. 18.
Mail departí for Young- Mondays and
Thursdays and arrives Wednesdays and Sat
urdays. Mail arrives from Seams Canon Wed
nesdays, Fridays and Suuilays. and departs
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.
L. E DIVILBESS,
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11 15a v Williams...
12 lOp.Ar Ash Fork...
Received and on sale at the City
Meat Market, oranges, bananas, co-
coanuts, apples and other fresh
fruits in season, and the various
kinds of vegetables, such as; celery,
lettuce, radishes, parsley, soup bun
ches, oystt-r plant, sweet potatoes,
beets, turnips, cabbages, cauliflower,
tomatoes, etc., received every week, !
to which will be added the products
of the season as it advances. Loins
of Kansas City corn-fed cattle al
ways on hand. F. M. Zcck, Prop.
Congressman M. A. Smith. ...Tombstone
Governor N. O. Murphy Prescott
Secretary C. H. A hers Phenlx
Auditor G.W. Tickers Prescott
Treasurer T. W. Pemberton ..Plienix
Attj-Gen C. F. A ins worth Pheulx
Supt. Pub. Inst. ...A. P.Shewman Mesa
JUDICIAL DEPABIHIVI Bt'VBBUB OOUBT.
Chief Justice Webster Street.... Phenix
Associate Justice.... R. E. Sloun.... Prescott
" " F. M. Doan.... Florence
" " G.E.Davis Tucson
Clerk Edwin S. Gilt Phenix
U.S. Marshal W. M. Griffith Tucson
U. S. Dit-Atty....B- E. MorrisoH ...Prescott
DISTRICT COURT. FOUHTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
Judge R. E, Sloan Prescott
Clerk W. B. Woods Holbrook
Sheriff F. J. Wattron
Under-Sherlff Joe Bargeman
Probate Judge B. F. Jackson
District Attorney. W. R.Burbage
Kscoruer A. . AicAllister
Treasurer J. H. Richards
Ex-ofliclo Tax Collector J. H. Richards
BOABD OV 8UPBBVISOBS.
L. E. Dlvelbess Chairman
J. X. Woods Member
A. F. McAllister Clerk
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8 lOpiAr Prescott Lv
8 45p Ar Congress Je Lv
9 d)p!Ar..... Phenix Lv
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Notice to Creditors.
NOTICE is hereby given to the qualified
voters of Taylor School District, No. 6. that
an election will be held on Wednesday. May
tenth, 1898. at the bouse of Mrs, Jane Hatch
The purpose of said election is to vote upon
the question of bonding said School Dis
trict, in the tura of UNE THOUSAND EIGHT
HUNDRED Dollars (J1.6Ú0. t) which money
when so raised is to be used for the exclusive
purpose of building a school house in said
School District No. 8. Said bonds are to be
Nine in Number, and of the denomination of
Two Hundred Dollars each and to bear
interest at the rate of 7 per cent per annum.
The Polls will be open from 9 o'clock, A.M.
until 4 o'clock, P. M and Willard Hatch,
Frank Willis and A. Z. Palme will be the
Judges who shall eonduct said election. Dat
ed at Toy lor, Arizona. April, 14th, 1899.
S. J. Perkins,
C. M. Jennings,
Estate of D. J. Pobtbb, deceased.
Notice is hereby given by the uuderslgned
administrator of the estate of J. E. Porter,
deceased, to the creditors of and all persona
having claims against the said deceased, to
exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers.
within four (4) months after the first pub
lication of this notice to the said adminis
trator at his office, at Show Low, Arizona,
the same being the place for the transaction
of the business of suld estate, in said county
Jas. E. Pobtbb,
Administrator of estate of D. J. Porter,
Dated this seventh day of March. 1889.
CHALCEDONY LODGE NO. 8, F. A A
Al., Holbrook, Arizona. Kegular
stated communications at 1 :au n
m. on Fourth Saturday of eash
month. Vl&itinz brethren Invited.
By order of . M. ZUCK. W. li.
FtthD WETZLER. Secretary.
Subscribe for the
TBI ISITIBSTS OF
Yellow J aundioe Cured.
Suffering humanity should be sup
plied with every possible means for
its relief. It is with pleasure we
publish the following: This is to
certify that I was a terrible sufferer
from yellow jaundice for over six
months and was treated by some of
the best physicians in our city and
no avail. Dr. Bell our druggist, re
commeded Electric Bitters, and af
ter taking two bottles I was entirely
cured. I now take great pleasure
in recommending them any person
suffering with this terrible malady.
I am gratefully yours, C. A. Hogar
ty, Lexington, Ky." Sold by F. J
X PUBLISHED EVERT SATURDAY X
xHOLBROOK, - ARIZONA.,
Caveats, and Trade-Marks obtained and all Fat-j
ent business conducted inr MoosnaTC Vers.
Our Ornee ib orposiTs. u, a. PsTirrrorriet
and ws caasecure patent m less Urns losa toots (
remota Iron Washing toa. x i
i Scad model, drawing or photo., with descrip
tion. We advise, ii patentable or not, fres oí
kvM. Our fee not dun till natent is secarcd.
', a aoiairv How to Obtain Patents," with)
cost of saasa ia the U. S. and foreign countries;
cat tree. Address,
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The Santa Fe Pacific railroad has
issued a new freight schedule of live
stock which will take effect March
21st, 1899, which we append below,
The rate is per car of standard
length, and valuation released so as
not to exceed $10 per head of the
stocK snipped: rom Holbrook or
Winslow, Arizona to Denver, Colo
rado $110 00
Nepesta, Colorado 100 00
' 100 00
Kansas 100 00
" 100 00
" 105 00
" 110 00
" 115 00
" 115 00
" 115 00
" 115 00
" 115 00
" 115 00
" . 115 00
" 115 00
" H5 00
" 115 00
" 115 00
" 115 00
u 115 00
" ...... 115 00
Tetter, Salt-Rheum and Eczema,
The intense itching and smarting
incident to these disease, is instanly
allayed by applying Chamberlain's
Eye and Skin Ointment. Many
very bad cases have been permanent
ly cured by it. It is equally efficient
for itching piles and a favorite rem
edy for sore nipples, chapped hands
chilblains, frost bites and chronic
sore eyes. 25cts. per box. For sale
by F. J. Wattron druggist.
. . . Holbrook...
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11 Wlp Lv La Junta Ar
11 20a Lv Albuquerque Lv
12 05. Lv Ash ForU Lv
12 lOp Ar....Son Bernardino. Lv
1 S0p I Ar Los Angeles Lv I
Limited trains No. I westbound and No.t
eastbound, run tri-weekly.
No. I leaves Chicago 8 p. m. Mondays. Wed-
nesdaps and Saturdays, passes Albuquerque
at 11:20 a. m, Mondays, Wednesdays and.'Jrl
days, arriving at Los Angeles at 1:50 p. sb
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.
No. 4 leaves Los Angeles at 1:20 p. m. Mon
days, Wednesdays and Saturdays, passim?
Barstow on the same day : Albuquerque at
8:15 p. m. Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays!
arriving in Chicago tt 8:15 a. m, Thursday
Saturdays and Tuesdays. Only 85 hours be
tween Chicago and Los Angeles, the fastest
train across the continent.
Passengers from north of Molave aaay
take the limited either at Barstow or the)
Only first-class tickets sold at full ratea
are honored on the limited traína.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cara dally
through between Loa Angeles and Chic age
and Williams and San Francisco,
Pullman Tourist Sleeping Cars dally
through between Chicago and San Franela
and Chicago and Los Angeles.
Tourist ears leave San Francisco every
Tuesday and Loa Angeles every Wednesday .
running through to Kansas City. Chleag
The Grand Cation of the Colorado earn
reached only via this line.
Ask for a beautifully Illustrated keek
which will Kj, m.llt
Jao. J. B"ma.
Gen'l Passenger Agent. Los Angeles. Cat
For further information apply to 1.1,
McGaffby, Local Agent. Holbrook. Aria.
G. S. REED, M. 0.
PHYSICIAN c 8ÜBGKON,
(Office Boyle Residence).)
J. S. W00LF0RD, M. D.
PHYSICIAN C SURGEON,
W. H. BURBAGE.
WWttOW A BISO V A.
C. 0. ANDERSON,
ATTORN KY-A T-LAW .
HOLBROOK, - ABUOBA.
T. W. JOHNSTON,
FBBBCOTT, - ABUOBA.
Will practice in the Courts ef Navaja,
Apache, Cooonlno and Mohave Counties.
R. E. MORRISON,
(United State District Attorneys
On the second Wednesday evening afeas h
month and on tbe last Sunday of each month
there will be services at School House asara
Ing at 11 100 and evening at T :4&unday sehoel
at a ;0 enea Sunday.
Rbv. p. A. SistrilB, Paster.
cmcbibb roa THE AROUSI
Dr. Cady's Condition Powders,
are just what a horse needs when in
bad condition. Tonic, blood pun
fire and vermifuge. They are not
food but meicine and the best in use
to put a horse in prime condition.
Price 25 cents a package. For sale
by F. J. Wattroa, drugfUt
Digests what you eat. 1
It artificially digests the food and aid)
lfature in strengthening and recon
structing the exhausted digestive or
nu. it Is the latest lisoovered digest
ant and tonic No other preparation
can approach it In srtlciency. It in
stantly relUvea and permanently cures
Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn,
Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea.
all other resultaof I mperfect d lret loo.
y C C CM ami go enmg
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