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Iksi ' faeJi7 hMK mhImi f'tm brarioae. . Instead of increasing the issue of f - .r T , - pV fK...iicj.-viuiay is curtailing it, to the disgust of the hungry He i keeping it back because lkitWit will be needed to get the taaxtfbtU through, and for the same w ibm La Iio3 not made the modifica- iatta civil service rules that he lias Warirfml toiwake. x lafrrr T"m YaafciiTiji Tx Ci bbti a Hastem Tfiws. en c favranov iac gales hrim nunrkaKtaKli end tius ki iXiue .ar3 bob 1 til -llA fvirl if- rlI. I., Kt-tTa 1 ..'!. ! r i . i- i i V ... t I t t -i , , . ivi inkiiTiu" tuts ui ru. b y uuu tie nus iM-4(iuI, uacl cauie ruoninsc to the preacher . L - . and exclaiming: "I've found it, and it isn't true for God ma:Ic the moon hrpm be mode cows." I ns, wrimg jW iOU "Norris aft fflii If tm i fan iii to beactaarnE-&a; c Preafcaft Jb-SaCa lfM &MgK Teino-3r4s. K I tj. J23.ew IJjuhi ttE Cms. is a gawS te alagaSagnw aatfegfch,. Anotiisr argument in favor of the election . of United States senators by fepakur bo.! tot ii f amished in the recent contest in KLentucky. It is estimated ibat: it eosifc the state over $50,000 to aiet Debee. Had the choice of candi" dae& bceu submitted to the people at paurrai' election, no extra expense whatever would have been incurred. A.UTTLKV girl was told tha moon or made cf -reen cheese, an J she con- i. honied, preacher. He told aba-must read her Bible and ascer- the truth. Shj asked where she roadtl wl it. The a;inistr told har te commence at Genesis ' and read 10 MORE GRUEL WAR "Actions speak louder . : than words"- ask your gro wer if we really mean money Tfce Yaquis Sign a Treaty of: bck if you dont like ScM, Peace AWcT? WILLIAM -ROY. ETT. TITCOMB. And Agree to Take Their Land in SeTeralty. ' ' The End of a Pierce Guerrilla War fare That Has Lasted for Eleven Years. The long and tedious war between the Yaqui Indians and the Mexican gjvernment i at last settled by a treaty of peace satisfactory to both sides. " Col. Francisco Peinado, of ,G,enral Torres' staff went to Hermosillo Tues day to make linal arrangements for I the iJiugley tariff bill, which is mmrm receiving the attention of our statesmen in the senate, contains an engiaal clause when it reackes the pres Lleitt for his signature, a great change ol mind and tactics will be necessary. iThm Los Ansel js Herald views tho situation: I Th tariST bill is fearfully and won- detfolly made. It reminds one of the justly fatuous serpent that "Wired im and wired out, JLa.i!is th eople still in doubt Whether the SMi'kcj that made the track Was v;oiii5 ou or coming ba k." gress- to regf.rd An aasistitnfc asJiLarm. 'Sam. F--t cisco kas t6ibeztif6e nteile. The young asan-eaosiavtetuia baea. x piar m ark uiera oat 3. patL? --fc The wound ia not tal ui iSos Srrm.' cash i, net jjtort. Bayabo ays CUtmmA is Ute a od candidate of tbe Democratic jtrty in 1900. If thtsalaraia;ataaaut6be true, the party aiat escape asin all its logic ia framing jdatSam mad none at all ia select! it eaai&date. The proposal of the Senate te tax tea is the sharpest advance tow&rdfrea ,trade in this country. A protertive tariff taxes those thiags that we pro duce ourselves; free trade taxes those idlings that we import but do not produce. IS tLe general disposition in Con- tLe trip to Europe "upon. wLici. Senator Wclcott, ex-Vico Presidnt Stevenson, and General Paiue will start thU wjjl, with cre dentials authorizing tlicni the negotia te with Europe in Governments in be half c internaciouul bheiallism, as nothing more than a pleasant summer junket for these three gentlemen. ITiere are not a dozen men in Congiess who seriously think international bimetallism mare than a dream, con cocteJ to stave o'S an independent sefc tleaicnt of the financial question by this country. The price of wheat is ,01115 down in the American Market in proportion to the speed with which gold is being exported to Europe. Iu other words the value of wheat descend as the value of gold ascends. Bryan cid net anticipate a thin;, did he? The Los Angeles Herald is the best paper in Southern California and is the paper for Arizouans. It is a free silver paper and is our friend. There is a territorial agent at Phoenix now and the territorial neW4 will now be published in its columns ewry week. PitESCOTTeitissna wou't le criticised if they should lynch thostt murderers who shot down poor Lee Norris. Mr. Korris w.xs one of the brightest and most premising yeung men ia Arizona and such beasts as his murderers are just thr right kind of people to he dead. B. G- Dun & Co Kays Speculation in wool not sa great The tariff bill now before tha senut trill benefit wool, but it is doubtful if it will Lenefic it sufficiently to atitlioriae prices that have Vx-eu offered by scute thrombi tors. Price now have & teud(ucy si shade lower. Senator Joxes of Arkansas, who is regarded as a tariff expert as well as one of the most careful political ob servers of the time, said of the present si'-uatiou: "Ibis tariff bill means the disruption of the republican party. The taxes imposed by it will bo re sented by the people. New England will certainly go democratic on the question of a duty on hides, but the lesson that w ill be taught by this one item might be applied to eory other section of the country. The next house of representatives will be dem ocratic by a very large majority ." Senator Jone?, in reply to a question, said he thought the debate on the tariff bill, which ii to be0i .4 on the 18tl inst, would last until about tha first of July. 31k.. 1 1 Aim v Ciifcxm:Tu, -wlio lias just come into the o-Eeo c 03tar of Customs at Ne;aJ, k nuL Why at av.b stantial, active Ktf ublie. lut La is ene of the live business n mi the territory, a. man ef tlicarsa nspeoai-bi!M.busii-:r capoci&y nafl -m-hhal gentleman. Flioeoix. AIxVi. EpASCia K WiiXAxa jssx: "We need niire-nrB al wttawa nia2t irea in th fix M3 sutd jjrt- jr licir back.ljonee.3' OsJixmr ?, Jfcsli and bou reokitf-nny V v- sxanai aaJ we ar a I jt-fe-ill'ii ztiu: at-ncrtUtti the a4iici4(lrar-xfc 3b ftvw iirnn skelcttion.. . The Grandest Kcmcdy. Mr. R. B. Greeve, merchant, of Chilhowhie, Va., certifies that he had consumption; was given up to die, sought all medical treatment that money would procure; tried all cough remedies he could hear of, but got no relief: spent many niglits setting up in a '-hair; was induced to try Dr. K.iii!;'s New Discovery, and was cured by use of two Lotties. For three years has been atteudin" to business, un J says Dr. King's Nsw Discovery is the grandest remedy ever made, as it has done so mueh for him and also for others in his community. Dr. King's New Discovery is guaranteed for coughs; Col ls and Consumption. It dou't fail. Sold by Clienoweth & Mix, Nogales, Arizona. Gore E. JJeut came in fr-?m El Plonto TuesJay and went on to Chi cago. He has given up tha mar.a.e menl of El Plomo mine and will go to Seutk Africa in a short tiiae to take charge of seine bi ' mines there for his company. Mr. lient leaves many friends iu Nogales who will miss him. Mrs. I!ent is visiting relvtives iu Kovo-scotia. SUBSCRIBE TO THE VIJETTE ADVERTISE. met there by Juan Maldonado, chief ef the Yaquis, who signed the treaty for his tribe. The papers of agreement have all been arranged and Sunday at Ortiz, the linal signatures and ratification of the treaty will be made. Chief Mal donado oi the Yaquis will lie there with between four and five thousand of his followers, two thousand of whom, are well armed, and all the high state officials of Sonora and the Mexican army will be there with government soldiers. , i, It might not be out of place to say that the Yuquii at Ortiz are the best drilled men in : onora and they arc hard fighters. The Yaquis are to tike th.;ir Lin. I in severalty and pro-.isu to be j;ooclj thus ending a war that bus laste 1 for eleven years. The Mexican government had tried for years to get the Yaquis to take their land in severalty but they stub bornly refused to do so and in 1886, a large number ef Mexican troops were sent down there to protect the settler.i to whom the government had granted land. The Yaquio iinmeJiitely raised an armed force and commenced ta kill off the soldiers, bjrne.l all the Canoes. launches and boats about eight hun dred iu all belonging to the Indians to prevent them from having flotillas with which to do battle on the vrater. The government had about 8,000 men in the field in the Yaqui country at that time and most ef them were killed off by the nervy Yaquis. There has been a guerilla - war continuously since until the present tit-.io, when the final amicable settle ment has been iKade. The land that has been in contro versy is well worth fighting over as it is the richest in the world and it will be divided u;o with about twenty-five acres to tho family. The land will produce almost anything planted and the climate is a healthy semltropical climate. If the same land was in -the United states it would very readily bring 500 an acre. Coffee, hemp, indigo, tobacco and all such stuff can be raised in abundance. 1 '. The settlement of this controversy will bo worth untold thousands to the state of Sonora and now the country will be more rapidly developed. A Schilling & Company ban 1 ran cisco S4 Notice. U. S. Land Office, Tucson, ) May 12th 1897. J Notice is hereby given that approved plats of-the following townships with in the Gila Land District and Terri tory of Arizona, have been returned by the Surveyor General of said Ter ritory, into this office, vi: Township 6 S, of Range No. 26 E, G. & S. R. M. Towns!.ip 6 S, of Range No. 27 E, G. & S. R. M. Township 6 S, of Range No. 28 E, G. & S. R. M. Township 16 S, of Range No. 23 E, G. & S. R. M. Township 16 S, of Range No. 24 E, G. & S. R. M. These plats will be officially filed i:i the IT. S. Land Office at Tuesen, Arizona, Territory, on the 14th day of June 1897, at 9 a. m. On after said date we will o prepared to receire applications for. the entry of lands in said townships. Eugene J. Trippel, Register. Edward R. Monk, Receiver. Koy & Titeonilb Commission $.erchants. Dealers in. Lumber Doors and Windoivs Lime and Cement, Valolioe Oils Giant Power, Fuse and Car's. Coal and Coak, Octagon Steel Iron Roofing. nar iron, 1. itails. SOLE AGENTS IN Sow ora, Sinaloa and Lower California for the COLORADO IRON WORKS, DENER FIRE CLAY CO, COMMON SENSE WHIM CO. LIVE STOCK ADVERTISMENTS. O'DONNELL BKO'S. Postoffice, Fort Huachuca, Ariz. G brand 0:1 left bi-Ie and left hip. McCARTY i- SON, Postoffice, Fort IJuachucn, Ariz. Jffl Wa,:d. Postoflie, J T. L. RICE, Fort Huachuca, Br-.nd. Ariz. JOHN H. SLAUGHTER, Postoffice, Tombstone, Arizona, Range, San Bernardino ranch. All cattle above. and horses branded as Agents for, NOGALES, ANTONIO PROTO. THE MEXICAN GOLD & SILVER tKCOV EKY CO., LI M ITED. GIANT POWDER CO. LEONARD fc ELLIS. ABIZ- LOUIS PBOTO CRISP Duquesne NO TEG. and Washington Camp ITotes. s The concentrating plant is turning out tons of rich concentrates. The contractors are pushing the work for the Jerome parties on the Pride mine. Negotiations for the purchase of the Pool group, have beeu discontinued for the present. Dennis Coughlin is developing a fine copper prospect over in the Granite country west of camp. Hon D. G. Chalmers iu in camp on mining basiness connected with the Pool group in which he has a large in terest. N. H. Chapin, the Washington Camp merchant, is capturing more than his share of trade. The miners and ranchers from far and near come to patronize hina. Richard Farrell of Harshaw, is sup plying the Empire Smelting Company with iron for flux frovi hij mine located between the old Aixerumi and Bluenose mines. SANTA RITA CATTLE COM PANY, Colin Camkrox. Postoffice, Crittenden, Pima county, Arizona. Ranges, Santa Cruz and Potrero rivers, Pima eounty, Ariz., and Milk River, Montana. 83 All stock, horses and cattle, branded as abov; horses on left thigh, cattle on left hip. Ear marks, crop lefr, under bit right. RICHARD FARRELL, Postofilec, Harshaw, Pima eounty. Arizona. ft OI Range iu Patagonia mountains, Pima county, Ariz. Cattle branded as abve 011 either or both sides or hip. Ear marks, split iu bath ears. Reward. A reward of SI00 will be paid for le arrest and conviction of !any pei-son or persons unlawfully' handling any stock in the above biuiivls. Notice for PublL-atiou. IIom3st?a l Eatry No. 1201.) Land Office at Tucson, Ariz., April 20. 1SW7. 5 Notice is hereby given that tao following Earned settler Las filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support o his claim, and that Mid proof will be roado before the Register and Receiver of the U. S. Lanu Office at Tucson, Arizona, on Juno 12, lbVJ, viz: Joseph Kaphan, of Tubac, Pima county Arizona. fr the & of BEU, Bee. SO and EH of NEH of Sec. 31, Tp. 20 S. R. IS E., (1. and S. R. JI, He names tho following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of, said lard, viz. John F. Black, of Tabac, Arizona; abino Otero, Tubac, Arizona; Lyman Smith, Tucson, Arizona; Henry Levin of Ttcson, Arizona. EUGENE J. TRIPPEL, Register. Data of r publication May 1. CHAS. TAYLOR, ASSAYER Office wit'i Public Samplins Wojks, opposite Alontczuiua Hotel. No,-ales, Arizona. Assays mate at the following pri.-ec: Gold, silver and lead, each $1.00; Cop per, $1.50. Above prices in United Old INXasoxi TSliiskey, sbzfiitest oust earth DRAFT BEER Over One Hundred Varieties of Imported Liquors. Cordials and Fine Wines. Table Unsurpassed for Quality and Best Service. "The Casino" Lully & Calisher., Montezuma Hotel The only First-class Hotel in Nogales. JsTewly Refitted and Fin?: Tlxpons'lioirfc. laislied First Class DINING ROOM - , . - - - T - Rolwrt -WillianUE- ' Proprietor. -ar 'irSt? Hotels Equip- l:ji(5l ' 7- jSi $ Pd with HBell C W-'?t: J j& S- '-ST $ Service. ii'ET v V 2Lr i - Telepraph and Tele- ?( 1 - . --' V I -4 1 ' ' - j I"" one Lin-s anil lsolat- . i .-r --f I V- - :Vgi. -j- ed plants Installed. : iv: 1 -itftjZJ s- H Kin.ls of Electrical !" ' I 3Tr --- ' , r1 Work. Wirinjr of Every U ' r Jl -r- t " : .' ; "J I)escription and for any Is j . " t j - Pcrpose , ifi- Si n Special Electric Fix- t i'- -' ." , j;. .l.,.. j V tures for Sale. . ..7 'rr. Z-IEz t- ' fkr j p Signal Bells for Mines , ' I- .'77771 7! Perponnl enperviaion y. -Vr.y I ; i M of all ork mals. . ) - ; I j " S-jr? '-SSTSLiS- I Addrrsa f 1- -T ( r--:!-r--?-Li 'A . ,W.B.WLTON. S -7 ( 'V -: - j i h-ogales. - - Ariz. I- fer5 . . 0 mm 1 ffiFBEIi CHOP HOD The Best Restaurar.t and Chop House in Ncgales. FRANK LEE, LON POY, CHONG HAM, Proprietors. pure F030 a;:d drink Spices and flavoring ex tracts are favorite nests of adulteration; perhaps you don't care. But Schilling's Best are pure and money-back. 8 For sale by A. F. Psredes & Co. 1897, Sfring Opening. ttr.s. c?oslc- Your attenti-n is reT9ctfnllT invited to inspect our ulplaj y PA1ERN EAT3 and Irc.orted Millinery 1coviti Crawford St., oppposite Mexican censulate. States cu'reuey.