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WEEKLY ARIZONA JOURNALMlNER.
Pioneer Paper of Arizona.
PRESCOTT, ARIZONA; WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 16, 1903.
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l011 drOll tile ieSt JirOIl-
Several Hundred Dollars Change
Hands as the Result of Yes
Au old time gatheriug congregated
at tbe race track yesterday afternoon
to witness the steer tying contest be-1
tween .loe Kudy an.) B.irt Jackson on
one side and Heury Kilter aud Van
Dickson on the other. Besides tbe
steer tying. Broncho busting was in
terspersed as a side issue.
At two o'clock, the time announced
for the opening event, fully 2000 peo
ple bad congregated to witness tbe
sport. The judges were Geo. Ruff
ner. Joe Hobbs and A. A. Johns.
Kacb man was to tie three steers, tbe
members of tbe teams alternating in
order as sbowu by tbe following list:
Jackson 1 :"274
1 At $
1 :271 1
3. r, :t i
Ritter total . .
RuJv and Jackson
Thus it will be seen that remark
ably clever work was done throughout
the contest, and it must not be for
gotten that a a very stong wind whs
blowing which greatly retarded the i glng fail to do so. All of tbe mem
time made. As noticed by the table j mentioned above will meet in
above Messrs. Rudy aud Jackson won ! S""1 Francisco Sunday, and will take
the private wager of 1230, beside the limited from there to Odseu to
?1000 stake money, and many side ' Bother, reaching that city about noon
l.ets. Henry Ritter made the best i of Sep- u- oue da More the open -time
for the three steers, while bis ; in of the convention,
iwrtuer Dixon headed tbe list for the Besides these Hon. B. A. Fowler,
single steer. The people generally j Judge Jos. H. Kibbey and Dr. Will
conceded to the winners tbir success 1 ia,n Duftield who are now iu tbe east,
to the beautiful work accomplished j "i" e in attendance, witb the proper
by tbe white horse, which both of j CI edentials. Dr. Ancil Martin has
them rode So ell was he up in his al MguinYd his intention of atteud
work that when the brute was roped, I iu8' aud ,ms been sent credentials.
no matter iu what position caught be
never gained his feet. After the rider
left bis back he pulled on tbe rope
just the same. With both Ritter and
Dixon, their horses were slow anil ,
would not hold tbe steers when
thrown. This and this alone, is the !
catw of their defeat. I
In the middle of tbe tying contest!
tbe Broncho busting contest mm null
ed uff. Ansou Young, Chauucey
Towuseud and Frank Condon entered.
Tbe first horse rode by Mr. Young
did uot atiiuiiut to much and tbe sec
ond rode by Mr. Townreud showed off
little better, but this was a fault of
the horses aud uot the riders. Horses,
especially of tbe Bioncho
very peculiar at time: aud
no mure .
so than wneu you want to use
Nevertheless tbe third, a trim, well
built bay. tnrnisbed enough sort for
what was lacking in the other two.
No sooner did Mr. Condon raise the
blinds, than he as off like a rocket,
and evidently many present remem
bers that time when by such antics
ue was ,-.u,..ieu .o, .uiueuuM,
of stars crossed bis vision
leyoul the horizon. But this was uot
the case witb Mr. Coudou. H
1 e ,
like fa- was a part and parcel of the
animal ami upon hie return to the j
grand stand, was the recipient of loud
aud long applanse. Mr. Condon re
ceived first prize. 8.V. aud Mr. Town
send second prize, KTi.
Tbe Eagies brass band was present
and furnished a liberal amount of
splendid music wbicb greatly enliven
ed the days sport. The day was cer
taiuly au emjoyable one.
There was no horse racing as no
purse was provided for the event and
the owners of the different horses that
bad been talked of as intending to
entT. did not care to put up their
owu money for tbe occasion.
The bachelors" party at tbe Odd
Fellows ball last evening proved to
ne as pleasant an event as nas taken ,
place in this city fhis season, not- j
withstanding the long list of pleasant
parties. Tbe bachelor party idea or
ginated in tbe fertile minds of ai
uumtier ot the young men of Prescott
as au ideal ay to show tbe gratitude
of their hearts to the numerous young
ladies and others of tbis city who bad
on numerous occasions thrown open
their home- Jo them and scattered
sunsbiue along their dreary, lonely,
bachelor lives, and the handsome
manner iu which they played their
parts as host; last evening demon -
strated that their hearts were in their i blueberry pie. ".Making Collections '
work, and tbe young ladies and their I will appeal to the boys and their sis-friend-
mho were gue-ts on this occa- Iters who have the "collecting" hob
sion felt 1 1 I h- repaid for the kindly by. 'Thot Bye" is a flue story of a
infeiest Umj hmi taken in these young sacrificing sister to enable her brother
men of our city. to obtain an educatiou. "Trapping
Tb" hall was nicely filled witb the
youth and lieauty of tbe city. Tbe
full diens of tbe gentlemen, the band
some and costly gowns of the fair
ladies, combined with tbe decorations
ot tbe ball bu ll consisted of cozy
comers decorated witb Navajo rugs,
I potted plants, palme, ferns, sweet
I peas, etc., made a sceue as gay aud
beautiful at could well be imagined.
j The Eagles baud orcbestra of four
I pieces played sweet strains of music
BS tDe Kuesta arrived aud were wel
' corned by the hosts of the evening.
aud at 9:30 tbe first waltz struck up
i and from that time ou dancing was
i enjoyed until lwt ween one and two
o'clook this morning.
A delicious fruit puuch and lemon
: ade was served in the HDte room of
! tbe ball and the dancers did full jue
j tice to this refreshing beverage. Ac
cording to tbe notion of all bachelors
there was a liberal supply of cigars
j and cigaretts in tbe outer cloak rooms
and a number of the devotees of the
: we" could always be sen lingering
around their old friend, the cigar
At 11 o'clock a bountiful luncb of
ice cream, cake, sandwiches, coffee,
etc., was served in tbe banquet room
of tbe ball and this feature of tbe
evening was also greatly enjoyed.
Tbe young gentlemen who chose to
denominate themselves as bachelors,
and who acted as hosts on this pleas
ant occasion were: Cbas. W. Hern
don. G. Edward Meany, B.W. Zacbau,
W. S. Gregg, R. T. Pbinney, H.
Mercer Thomas, A. D. Bambart, Harry
K. Major, John Mason Ross. H. A.
Hamilton, Robert K. Porter, LcRny
Anderson. And it is safe to say it
will be many moons before tbe guests
of tbe evening will cease to sound the
praises of their hosts.
Delegates for Ogden.
The representatives of tbe Salt
; River Valley to the Irrigation Con-
gress at Ogden, Utah, have left the
'c'ty ao as to be at the meeting on tbe
day of opening. A much larger rep-
I resentation than was at first thought
coula be induced to go, will be at tbe
meeting to look after the interests of
i this valley at the meeting. In all.
there are twenty six delegates, and
another who, if it is so desired, will
' secure credentials and become a mem-
bar of the congress.
; ine roiiowiug are the delegates wtio
left last night: rrank H. Parker,
Dr. A. J. Chandler, C. R. Hakes, J.
& Petersou- Hon- T- T- Powers, H. L
Latham, Walter Talbot. W. H. Wal-
lace. F. T. Pomeroy, O. H. Christy,
Joseph Rogers, O. S. Stapley, Liu
Urme, b. Opensbaw and Vernon Li.
; Clark. This morning, over the
northern loute A. J. Hanson left.
'John Ornie i6 at present in southern
' California, but will attend. Col.
i Phelps of Mesa left several days ago,
and Walter Bennett left yesterday
morning. Miss Holmes has creden
tials, and will lie present, aud Mrs.
Pomeroy Mil attend as a delegate
..I I 1 g l I I a . . -
suouiu vu oi mose nuu rouiempiaic ,
Altogether, tbe valley will have a
strong representation, and among tbe
members, ineu whose ability has been
proven. It is not thought that there
'H ',e auJ"
tight in the congress on
tue Touto proposition, but if there is,
" wil1 have able advocates present,
to Hf to i8 defense. Gazette.
Cauada. as well as the United
States, is troubled by the indifferent
voter, aud is trying to de ise a way to
bring him to tbe polls. At Ottawa
tbe Dominion election committee has
decided to recommend to the bouse a
lan. ,t t . ... V , our ... -,i ifi..,! ..,... t i 1 .
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i of tbe right to do so at tbe next gen
; eral election. No one proposes bow -
ever, tnat in towns wnere a majority
of tbe voters stay away from tbe polls
at a local election, all tbe voters of
that town shall be disfranchised for
ever after, including even the public
spirited minoritv who did reeord their
vote(J Sucb a proposition would
exa(.tlv ,h ttliv tht nianv
still reason in regard to women. The
muinrit v of women, we are told, are
iudjffereut ou the 8llffMJKf ,uestiou:
aD(, ,IDtU th? majori,y of womeu wi8n
,n rnt th(. tnMir Rniritwl niiniiritv
who do wish it must be forcibly de
barred from tbe ballot box.
Statistics show that, except at pres
ideutial elections, the majority of tbe
men in the United States do not vote
generally. The persons who wish to
cast their ballots are a minority,
wncther among men or women. But
why should tbe public spirited min
ority among women, auy more than
tbe public spirited minority among
men, be debarred because of the in
difference of the majority? Only
because we are not yet educated up
to the poiut of seeing that sauce for
tbe goose is sauce for tbe gander.
We need at the ballot box all the
civic virtue aud public spirit that tbe
country has. Let m those women
wno possess these qualities there are
thousands of such and most of them
will manage to bring their husbands
to tbe polls along with then,
Alice Stone Blackwell.
THE SEPTEMBER AMERICAN HOY
From cover to cover this issue itfl
filled witb good things for tbe boys.
There are eighteen stories of excep
tional interest, suited to every kind
of boy. Tbe cover page is a spirited
representation of a Broncho Rider.
"A Piece of Pie" tells about a boy
aud what came of bis craving for
a Wild Goose" teaches kindness to
animals. Waldon Fawcett writes of
"Tbe Horses of the Roosevelt" with
pictures of the president's hnuters
and Archie Roosevelt's pony, Algon
quin. "Painting tbe Dome of tbe
United States Capitol," with three
fine pictures, tells of the dangerous
nature of the undertaking. "Broucoes
and Bronco Riders" will appeal to
all boys who love horses. Some of the j
other stories are "Lone Island." "In
the Trap of a Bear," "When Rama
Killed the Elk," "Browning's Sacri-
fico," a baseball story; "Two Vouug
Defenders," "A Boy of Old Ven
dome. " "Measure for Measure,"
"Two of a Kind." "A Seventh Son."
also the final installment of Mrs. limb
rielle E. Jackson's tine story, "Three
Tbe many practical j helpful depart
ments which have leeu so great a feat
ure of this best boy's paper in the
world are continued, and. altogether,
this number will be marked as a win
ter by over 110,000 familes into whose
homes it enters regularly every
Published by the Sprague Publish
ing company, Detroit, Mich. (I a
year, sample copies ten cents each
The New Church.
The committee having the work ot
building a new Congregational church
in charge, are meeting witb gratifying
success. Everything encourages hope
that the building will be begun tbi
fall. Tbe special soliciting committee,
composed of T. G. Norrie, R. H. Bur
mister, and Richard E. Sloan, has al
ready received a large number of sub.
The new church will be a handsome
structure of modern style, and will
not only greatly improve the valuable 0f the Carmeu s uniou this morning,
property owned by the Congregational When the strike order was given out
society, but will add to tbe beauty of , great majority of the employes dis
our city. i carded their union badges and weut
The people of Prescott, commend- to work as usual upon the promise of
ably jealous of tbe attractiveness of the company that they would eudeav
their city, are interested in every in-j 0r to reach au uiuicable settlement,
stitution and work which tends to- i U jB expected that the eflect of this
ward tbe public gcod. Among tbe I will be tbe destruction of the union.
institutions in which the citizens of
any community take pride, and which
attract the attention of strangers,
churches invariably take first rank.
The new church, on East Gurley
street, will harmonize with our mag
nificent public school building, and
also with improvements that are now
rapidly advancing toward completion
the library and club house. The i
enterprise is favorably regarded by
The following bulletin has been
issued by Dunn & Co., for Southern
Tbe moutb just passed has been a
busy one throughout tbe section. .
Pnoes tending upward and in face of
fact that grain yield is exceptionally !
heavy, prices for wheat and barley
steadily advance. Sugar CRUipaifiu is
in full swing at factories aud dryers
and canneries are still busy. Crape
harvest is on and crushing is iu prog
ress iu every winery of this section.
The bean crop is maturing rapidly.
BlackeyeF are being cut, harvest of
limas will begin last of September.
Prospects for bean crop now fall con
siderably below estimates made two
months ago but there will Le a fair
crop. Tbe orange market has hold
little of interest during tbe month.
Prices have ruled much lower than
same period last year aud growers
who have held for late shipment have :
been much disappointed.
Cured fruit is firm, prices advauced : Druses are under arms, and fears are
during month for both apricots and j entertained that there will be a mas
peaches. ; sacre iu Leb iiion. The sitaotiM at
Later estimates of walnut crop tend ! Beirut is ol increasing gravity. Au
to lower figures made earlier. Out-j other Christian was killed yest. r iay.
put will probably not exceed MO car ! The French rwMoWti are bMTOrfated at
loads. Buyers are paying 10 l-'i and itue depredations and have Bod to the
11 cents for outside offerings. Freuch college, where live 'Hundred
Market for canned goods is remark- refugees are ik:v gathered. Nazim
ably strong. Heavy orders have beeu ! Pallia. Vali of Syria, ha3 assumed
placed for new pack. The demand for charge ol affairs at Beirut aud is dis
all kinds is greatest in history of this playing great energy,
industry. Constantinople. Sept. It The orte
In the oil fields work has beeu ac- j ,til to eoooentiate Hftj to seventy
tive during month and a good deal I
of capital has been invested. Km
li l I a a 1 i i
uems. are uemg prosiecieu auu proeu j
territory extended. Pi loan are being
Locally, trade has been heavier in
most all liues thau during any re-
ions Align si.
A Denial From Both.
In answer to the widelv nublished I
itutemen! t rfrnnuhont XriToiiu thaC
ex-Delegate Mark Smith and present
Delegate Wilson had both decided to j Deadwood, S. D., Sept. 9.-Tbe
join the forces for joiut statehood for! Americau Mining Congress faraoafl m i
Arizona aud .New Mexico, the follow- j its sessions to tbe City of Lead today,
ing replies are brought from these two j four miles from Deadwood. Among
gentlemen: ' the resolut ion a presented was oue to
"Cynthiaua, Ky., Sept. 11. petition congress to establish a de.mrt
"S. R. Kruger, Phenix, A. T. : nient of miue? and miuiug.
"It is an unqualified lie. 1 am in- I ' Loudon, Sept. A It is said that
tensely opposed to joiut statehood for
Arizona and New Mexico.
"M. A. Smith."
Mr. Wilsou says in a letter in tbe
"I have never made sucb admission
or concession, nor has Mr. Smith. On
the contrarv. I have nositivelv staled
to tbe delegate from New Mexico and
to a committee of bis friends at Albu
querque, assembled for the purpose of
discussiug this same subject, that the
people of Arizona were, and are, a
unit iu opposition to the jointure,
and that I shall at all times, at all
i places, and uuder all circumstances.
oppose the admission of
New Mexico as one state: aud such
the position of Mr. Smith, and v
continue to be. "
Christiana. Norway, Sept. 13.
Eleven were burned to death and
great damage done by a tire iu tbe
business portion of Kongeusgade to
BU L( J A R I A N
IX i.rltv V rTC
Sofia. Sept. 13. Twenty Unlgariau
reserves, belonging to the three divis-
ions on tbe Turkish frontier, have
beeu called to coinrt
- . ,
Tile CUOcinS (llCet 1 ileir
Enthusiasm Shown Wherever He
Goes Makiig a Tour of
Porte Pi iucipe. Cuba. Sept. i.". -President
Palma. after ho started yes
terd:iy from Havana on a tour of east
era Culm, traversed long sirt'tcbes of'
sparsely inhabited country. At every i
town he was greeted by mounted Cu-
i lians and received addresses from town I
officials. His cutbusi.istic welcome
to this place waa gWide spread. Ou
Palma's arrival great throngs greeted
him. and escorted him to the provin
cial building where be was giveu a
Seattle, Wash., Sept. it. All but
t"ii cars ol the Seattle Electric com
pany which owns the street car system
of this city, are in operation today
notwithstanding the strike which was
declared bv tbe executive committee
Oyster Bay. Sept. 'J. Tbe president
is watcbiug tbe developments in the
situation in Turkey very carefully,
but without serious apprehension. The
reports made by Minister Leishmau
are not disquieting in toue. Tbe anti
christ ian outbreak is serious but it
is uot considered likely that Ameri
can interests or citizens will suffer.
The president eutertained at luncheon
today Paul Morton, vice president of
the Santa Fe. Francis E. Leupp, who
has beeu investigating the alleged in
diau frauds, and Gordon Johnon, a j
former rough rider.
..... u . ii ii f i,
i rtril I m ion. tc?,-'i. '. ' 'it,- oi o,r
persons iudicted yesterday by the fed
eral grand jury is Geo. W. Beavers.
It is understood the charge is conspir
acy. Another of tbe indictments is
against A. W. Macheu on a new set of
facts, involving him witb Beavers. '
While tbe officials Iefi.se to divulge 1
tbe names of tbe lour remaining POT-
sons it is aid none of them have been i
couuected itb the poatofloa depart- j
uieut, but that one of tbeui is a man
ot some prominence. It is stated at
the city hail today that tbe climax of j
the investigation will come shortly ,
when a person uot connected witb the
department but equally as well known
as the postmaster general will be iu- : parttneut of salaries aud allowances of
dieted for complicity in the post the post office department was ar
oSoa frauds. laigned b.-fore U. S. Commi6siouer
Cairo. Egypt, Sept. it. - i lisquiet- i Hitchcock iu the federal building to-
.... I ..j,- on u huto'li w-irrunl ehnriitli him
nig rumors are current regarning ine i
situation iu Svria. BodaotlM arrirj
here from tbe Arisb de.-ert say the
troops at Adrianopole. A
ol llauilinch cavalry leu
It is allseed that the dispotcfa of these !
trooi on have only one nlng.and rafaueea alter a soarp ngui.
thai i- the III! n i l ia which tbe 'i""' sides lost heavily. A report
Kurds are destined to pbiy t he same : 'rum Salouica says :W0 insurgents at
pail as the Circassians did in the Bus- ! ZUllil, district of Kastoria.who sur
so Turkish war. The onlv news Iron, "-"'i.-red after being surrounded, were
the interior today is of a severe en- i massacred by the Turkish soldiers,
gagenieut with a strong insurgent l aul : Manila. Spt. 11. Customs Inspect
near lake Ant iatovo, Vilayet Constau- j or Thomas P. Coates and Lieut. Os-
The light lasted until night-
Carnegie is negotiating for thi pur
chase of the famous battlefield of Baa
nockliurn, ueai Slerliug, Scotland, k
prevent its falling into the bunds of
Halle. Prus-i.-t. Sept. !. A il''.
storm today tore away the balloons
wireless telegiapliv impos
alkie nt the army inanouvers. F.m
peror William at six o'clock tbis
morniiig iu command of two saxou
army corps, attacked tbe opposing
army with great ferocity, compelling
the Prussiaus to retire.
Loudon, Sept. it. Official and press
reports from the fur east today emph.v
I size the seriousness of
there and confirm the belief of the
authorities here that the Sultan may
be swept away by a union of f he uu
coutrollable sent intents ot bis subjects
into war wi:h Bulgaria.
Waterloo, ill. Baa. 10. William
Hoffman, a young fat m band livitu;
twelve arfllM south of here, called his
tather-in law. Dr. W. M. Brandt, to
the door of his In. use last night, aud
shot and i ustn nt I v killed hiiti. il
then rode buck to his arise, told her
be bad "killed the old fa m I,"
meaning fcer fabter. He then killed
her and their lour children and rode
awayinl A lai
searching for bim. A pitoked battle
lis expected as II ,fmau is heavily
armed, au unerring BMrksaaan and a
strong atfcloto, The OfBoata believe
he was driven to hia mnklrranam b;
I whiskey, over imaginary troubles.
Milwaukee. Wis.. Sept. 10. The
iteal array of amineur athletes
lever seen in this country and Canada
assembled iu Milwaukee today.the oc -
cu.-iou beiug the two days meet under
j the auspices of the National Amateur
I Athletic Uuiou. Today's contests
oonatat of junior events.
Washington, sept. iu Minister
Leishmau has cabled tbe state depart
ineut that he has secured the release
' Al lul Kader Mathauey, a natural
lzed citizen of the United States, who
was twice imprisoned for tbe same
New York, Sept. 10. In a gloomy
old fashioned house on Dean street,
ti . limoklyu police today found the
body of Mrs. Margaret May, a wealthy
mamma. Sue had been dead for a
month, death haviug been apparently
from natural causes. At her feet lay
the body of her fox terrier which had
m ver left his mistress and died from
Sau Francisco. Sept. 10. Miss lea-
belle D. Clark, aged thirty two, a sis-
ter of Mrs. Jerome Hart, daughter of
the late Jeremiah Clark, one of tbe
wealthiest families iu this part of the
i state was found asphyxiated at the
McNutt hospital this morning. Ill
health is supposed to be tbe cause of
Belgrade. Servia. Sept. 10. A mob
made a great demonstration last night
against tbe newspapers which defend
ed the army officers who were recently
arrested. The crowd was dispersed by
the police. Mauy were injured.
New York. Sept. 10. Under bonds
furnished by friends Sam Hosang, a
wealthy Chinese mercbaut, from De
merara has been allowed to land here.
Hosang is a British subject but was
held un by the immigration officers
here uuder the exclusion act.
Loudon, Sept. 10. "Europe ia
standing ou the edge of a precipice,"
today said a diplomatist who was par
ticipating iu tbe international nego
tiations in connection with the Bal
kan question, "aud no one can tell
bat thai tomorrow may see Turkey
and Bulgaria plunged in war in spite
of all efforts made to prevent it, al
though tbe powers are on the eve of
making a joiut demand for the observ
ance of a policy of
Rome, Sept. 10. Prof essor Carder
elli. an eminent physician aud mem-
l , i ot the Sebate. publishes iu the I
Rivii-ta d' Italia today a long article
! to demonstrate that Pope Leo died of
1 a tuberculosis cancer.
Constantinople, Sept. 10. Minister
Lei.-bmau has presented a demand to
'he Turkish government for the dis
mi-sal of Keshid Pasha vali at Beirut,
on M) ; grouud that his retention is
inimical t the lives and property of
the Americans iu Beirut. The porte
has uot replied. A dispatch from
Anka bo Beirut from the Post at Da
niascus is considered to be a prelim
i'l.uy tep toward a settlement. All
is quiet at Beirut uow.
Berliu, Sept. 10. A dispatch from
Constantinople says Nazim Pasha has
formally appointed vali at Bei
rut, in place of Rasbid Pasha, who
New York, Sept. 11. George W.
Heavens, the former head of 'be de-
aith conspiracy to defraud the gov
ernment. Heavens furnished a boud
of $M0Q for his a pearauce Septem
Cou.-taiitiiiople, Sept. U. Au offi
cial dispatch received here announces
that the iaBpaitel troop9 recaptured
Va-iliko Suuday last after the insur
gents occup ing the place had been
attacked by 2000 Turkish troops with
two cannons. Tbe American consul
at Beirut reports tbe situatiou there
improving, thanks to the confidence
inspired by Nazim Pasha, who has
succeeJe I Rasbid Pasha. A fresh en
gageaaaat occurred at Klisura Albania
September & A strong baud of insur
gents attacked the Turks occupying
'he town. Reinforcements were speed-
'!? :it to Klisura aud tbe insurgents
j born, const:. blary supply officers, both
jstatioued al Sau Fernando, aud who
were arrested recently on a charge of
mi-appropriating tbe government
funds, have been tried aud convicted
of tbe crime. Lieut. Osborn was sen
tenced to ten years aud Inspector
Coates to eigbt years imprisonment.
Deau Toinpkins.treasurer of the prov
ince of La Uniou was also convicted
ot forgery, but his sentence has been
Oyster Bay. Sept. 11. -The arrange-
Presideut Roosevelt's trip
..... llu.H..fielil of iitielnin nevl
i Thursday are almost completed. Tbe
j presidential party, accompanying
Governor Murphy and other prom
inent officials of New Jersey, will ar
rive on tbe battlefield about 9 a. m.
The ceremonies incident to the dedi
cation of the monument erected to the
tuetn iiv of the New Jersey soldiers
will take place socn afterwards.
I'he.-e include addresses by Roosevelt
and Murphy aud music by the baud.
Londou. Sept. 11. From the .Mparts
country come reports of destruction
ou laud and sea by a terrific gale.
The wind has now abated but tele
graphic am) other communication
with the outside world was only possi
ble alter much delay. The breakwater
in Ihe uew harbor which is in course
of const met ion at Dover, has beeu
entirely swept away, involving a loss
of many thousands of pounds sterl
ing. There were several fatalities aud
many accidents recorded.
Philadelphia. Sept. 11. Alleged ir
regularities have lieeu discovered in
the cigar depart men! of tbe state pen
itent iiry of this city. The United
states internal revenue officials are
invest igat iug the business methods of
the Institution, and have closed the
cigar department ami impounded all
raw an I BMnufnotUled material. It is
said by the United States officials
that tbe loss will not bnlaai than fifty
. thousand dollars.
j pTl Sept. 11. The commander of
j the Trench Mediterranean squadron
at Toulon, has received orders to bold
hjB fleet in readiness to leave for the
j Levaut naval division. His squai'rou
consists of four warships.
Eldorado, Kan., Sept
11. A car
load of uowder which was set on the
i Krisco siding near Beaumont, by the
freight crew which did not want to me junsuicnou oune interior ueparr
handle it while switcbing, got beyoud ' ment.
control and ran several miles on the New York, Sept. 14. Isaac McGie
brancb line towards Wiufield. jollid- ban and Geo. Huutiugton, of (the Go
ing with a train which had left that ' lumbia Supply company, who were
station shortly before. Tbe powder iudicted in connectiou with tbe postal
exploded killing two persons and in-
i juring two more. The shock of tbe
explosion shook the ground for miles
around. Tbe people ot Eldorado ran
, from their bouses thinking it was au
Mumfordsville, Ky., Sept. 12. In
the presence of several thousaud peo-
pie the republican state caiupaigu was
j opened here today by Col. Morris B.
nelkuap, candidate tor governor.
Belknap's speech dealt mainly witb
mo (iaiuuu injum vji vnri uui ueiea-
bam, which be asserted was largely
rpinnrmi hie fur the ImwIi.h (Willi lifl
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which urp TirerM1. itiu in r.c..:t hilt unrl
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other counties. the event of war between Turkey aud
Trinadad, Colo., Sept. 12. Paul Bulgaria, that Russia and Austria will
Murphy and Earuest Smith, both boys , uot give support to either of tbe par
of Raton, were arrested today by Spe-1 ties but will bold them to strict ac
cial Agent Rudd.of tbe Santa Fe road, ! couutability for their actions,
charged with wrecking a train. Last j St. Petersburg. Sept. 14. Novoe
Sunday evening No. J pasr-euger train Vremya demands intervention for
ran across a rail wbicb had beeu j
placed on the track just below the Ra- :
ton tunnel, derailing both engines.
The boys have confessed the crime.
Washington, Sept. li Secretary
Hitchcock today announced the re-
moral of John A. Sterrett, of Ohio, as,
Townsice Commissioner for the Cher- !
okeo Indian nation iu Indian territory the first memorial of the late presi
and the appointment of Dwight Tut- J dent to be erected in Ohio. After a
tie, of Connecticut as his successor, parade of the vessels on the lake, the
The removal is the result ol charges
against Sterrett's administration of
Newport News, Va.. Sept. li The
launching of tbe new fifteen thousand
ton armored cruiser Maryland, was
attended by a mishap which delayed
tbe plunge more thau half an botir.
An imperfection iu tbe structural
work under the vessel caused the ves
sel to sink into the mud as it slid
down the ways. Later it was success
fully floated uniujured
Denver, Colo., Sept. 12. One of
the heaviest storms of the year pre
vailed last night throughout the
state. Suow lies deep ou tbe conti
nental divide. Tbe rainfall iu some
parts amounted to one inch. Much
garden struck iu tbe valleys is killed.
Clay Center, Kan., Sept. 12. Last
night two uukuowu highwaymen at
tempted to hold up several persous.
A party of four resisted aud Dad Stev
ens, J. W. Houserman, Night Watch
Busob aud Louis Hedriuds were bot
by the bandits aud severely wouuded.
Bedrinds is not expected to live.
Loudon, Sept. 12. A special meet
ing of the cabinet was summoned for
September 14, and the political atmos
phere is thick witb rumors.
include the reports that the govern
ment will break un. that a general
election will be held or at least that
tbe cabinet will be reorgauized. Tbe
original cause of tbe unusual meeting
was the discussion of Chamla-rlaiu's
fiscal proposals. Siuce then tbe fiscal
agitation has become almost secoud-
ary in interest, au luteuse feeliug
haalag been aroused by the South
African war commissioners report. ;
and the Balkan horrors. :
Sea liirt N J Sent 14. Sixtv
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the military championship of the j
United States. The contest was the
presidents mat :b and was open to al
members of the
army, navy aud na-
Wis., Sept. 12. Four
killed aud several iu-
jured iu a wreck ou the Chicago. St. I
Paul aud Minneapolis' road
from here today.
Sofia. Utilgaria, Sept. 12. A coun
cil of ministers is said to have decid
ed to mobilize the first aud second
army divisions. There are alarming
rumors current of further wholesale
massacres by the Bulgarians at Vila
yet .Vlouastir. Oue report says sixty
thousand pei-onshave beeu slaughter
ed in tbe district of Leereu aloue.
wnicb purely unlgariau. utner re
ports attlm that the Turks bave burn-
ed the Chrisitan quarters iu tbe three
towns of Floriua. Okhilda aud Resen.
Rome, Sept. 12. Tbe pope today
the Rev. Dennis McConuell. i
the Catholic university at I
Washington, a most cordial
containing a brief iu favor of tbe un- . .. i
w. Beiivens. was void, tbe Postmaster
irerslty. He most warmly commends., . . , , . . .
' . I General has .designated Inspector
tbe uuiversitv to people of tbe Uuited T , . . ..
i Letberiuan as bis representative t o
States. . .
pri.. Rent VI. - After conference ;
j between the officials of the marine
i ministry and foreign office it was de -
decided to send tbe cruiser La Touche
Trevilleto Turkish waters imrae-1
diately. It will probably be followed
by the cruiser Duchella.
St. Panl, Sept. 12. One of tbe!
heaviest rainstorms iu recent years !
raged in St. Paul and generally
throughout the state last night. Fire ;
inches of water fell between seveu '
o'clock last uigbt and seven this
Cripple Creek, Colo., Sept. 14.
Former Attorney General Fngley pe- j
titioned tbe district couit ioday for a
writ of habeas corpus fur tbe strike 1
leaders who were arrested by the mil
itary authorities last week aud have
beeu held as prisoners iu the guard
house though no charges have been
made against them. Although mar
tlal law has uot lieeu declared aud iu
terstate law cannot be iuviolated, the
military officials have taken absolute
control of the district hii.1 ignored
civil authorities. Brigadier Geneial
Chase has notified Engley that no
civil process for the prisoners he lep
reseuts will be recognizer! by the mil
itary. Adjutant General Ben n has
intimated that all the leaders of the
miners federation in the district will
be arrested and held as prisoners until
tbe strike is broken. Kugley said to
day, "I shall cause tbe arrest of (5en
erals Bell and Chase, and certain
members of the Mine Owners Assoria-
tion and prosecute them on a charge
of criminal conspiracy."
The writs of habeas corpus were
granted today, returnable on Friday.
The sheriff - demand for tbe prisoners :
was refused by General Chase.
Washington, Sept. 14. Charles J.
Bonaparte has been selected by Secre
tary Hitchcock to take charge of tbe
I investigation of affairs aud otBicals in
! tDe Indian territory that come under
scandals, surrendered to the U.S. mar-
St. Paul, Sept. 14. Snow and rain
have greatly damaged tbe crops iu the
north west. Eight inches of rain fell
during tbe last 48 hours. Heavy
shows and sleet has delayed all rail
Paris, Sept. 14. -Foreign office ad-
vices from Bulgaria show the situa
tion to be growing more serious, ow
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: nfp S10W1.V Hearing CDC DCTier. A
j Russo-Austrian uote to tbe powers re-
tr-1 , ..v. ucie s uu uuuri luusiucli-
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Macedonia, and proposes as a solution
of the difficulties, the attaching of
officers of tbe foreign powers to all
Turkish repressive expeditious itb
authority to prevent acts of eruelty.
Toledo, Ohio, Sept. 14. Toledo is
en fete today, tbe occasion being tbe
uuveiliou of the McKinleT statue.
-tut ue was unveiled by Senator Han
na, honorary president of tbe day.
who made a brief speech. Senator
Fairbanks was tbe orator of the day.
Jacksonville, Fla., Sept. 14. Ow-
iUg to prostration of wires the details
0f the hurricane which swept the
southern part of this state Saturday
are incomplete. So far as
seveu persons were killed and their
bodies have washed upon the beaches.
It is reported that mauy vessels were
wrecked, seveu going aihore near
Miami. Tbe property lose in tbe city
of Tampa amounts to a million dol-
lars. West TamDa is also flooded, i
Orange groves are severely damaged
aud it is fear, d mauy beautiful winter'
homes of northerners are damaced.
The storm center today is in Ala-
bama aud Louisiana where all wires,
Berlin. Sept. 14. A dispatch from
SoHa ;.avs tbe Turkish trooDs routed
the Bulgarian troops driving off three
squads. Another report is to tbe
effect that Turkish soldiers at Kisk
Kilisseb fired on tbe French consul
breaking tbe windows.
Washnigton, Sept. 14.--A dispatcb
from Admiral Cotton, at Beirut, to
tne DaTy department says .Beirut is
quiet, lie Uad a very sattsiacrory
conference with the new governor j
general. Twenty eight arrests have ;
beeu made in connection .with the j
Loudon, Sept. 14. A cabinet meet-
ing for which members came from all j
Hurts of the country to attend and
which is regarded as remarking a most i
important phase of the recent politi-i
c:l bi.-tory of the united kingdom, I
...t t.vW The Times voiced the I
popular sentiment by saying of tbe.
meeting: "It is more important than
t"e historic meeting when home rule
uppermost." The arrival of
Chamberlain in Douwmg street was
Inudlv booted. Crowds of laborers
employed near joined iu the demon-1
-tration against tbe colonial secretary.
The police were obliged to form a
line from the Balfours bouse to the I
,.. rhamberiain was Un-
: distnrbed by tbe reception. It is un- ever perpetrated on a mining cum
i derstood Cbaucellor of tbe Exchequer j munity. The scheme by unprincipled
Ritchie will resign. Other resigns- i speculators to fleece capital has beeu
tious are likely to occur of miner offi-1 exposed, but too late to keep legiti-
cials. It is reported that Chamber- j mate miuiug from receiving a sharp
, lain and Premier Balfour are stand- : setback in miuiug circles. The men
! iug together aud intend to All tbe va- who perpetrated tbis outrage should
caucies. be shown up as they deserve and
j It transpired at tbe cabinet meeting j tloubtless will be when all Ik fact.
as predicted, and a division over ; are fully known. Tbe newspapers.
: Chamberlaiu's fiscal proposals occur- : whose missiou it is to keep the public
red Also that a partial reorgauiza
tjou 0, the millilit,.y is probable.
lo. In accord
auce with a decision of .'Acting Attor-
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n,tr .i.liktn Hurl ileclirilllT the soo
.enei:. vunlni'i Ine to iiumur ut the
letter'. . . , ,
' kauptmi tti X n L- ln,1uv rtr l.nnritu
i Jacksonville, Fla.. Sept. 15. -No
t reports have yet been received from
Middle Florida where it is now feared
the loss by tbe recent hurricane has
been severe. Near Lake Butler two
cbildreu were killed. At Hale, tweu-'
ty houses were destroyed and crops,
fruit and trees bave been ruined.
Berliu. Sept. 15. A dispatch to
Tageblatt from Constantinople reports
tbe Russian monastery at Jerusalem
had beeu sacked by a Mohammedan
mob and that all the monks there bad
Chicago, Sept. 15. Sir Thomas Lip
ton arrived here today, accompanied
by a party of friends. Shortly after i
bis arrival be became ill of indiges
tion. All plauned entertainment
v,:i- abandoned for the day. His ill
ness is uot serious.
Loudon. Sept. 13. Tbe Alaskan
boundary commission reassembkvi in
the foreign office today. Tbe oral ar-
gumeut was Ugun. Attorney General ;
blulay comoieuciug by a represeuta-
tiou of Cauadn's argument.
New York. Sept. 15. The prelimin- j
BT9 examination of (ieorge W. Beav-
ana, under indictments cbagiug bim
vitb cnnspiiacy to defraud tbe gov-
erunient. iu connection with the al-
lagan po -l office frauds was com-
luenced to !.. before IT. S. Com mis-
sioner Hitchcock. Heavens' attorneys
faaana Ihe proceedings by moving a
dismission the grounds of insuffi-
Eleven States AreFnliy
Largest Attendance Ever Known
at Such a Meeting Welcomed
by Mayor ol Ogden.
Ogden. Utah, Sept. 15. With dele
gates present from eleven stat. west
of the Mississippi, representing prac
tically every important commercial
organ izatiou iu tbe great territory in
tbe arid and semi-arid regions of the
I country, both state and
the national irrigation congress open
ed here today. There is an uoprece
i i . . . , .
i -leuted interest
howu anil tbe atteud
ance is much larger thau ever before,
Tbe first meeting was called to order
by President W. A. Clark in tbe tab-
ernacle. Wm. (iiassman. mayor of
gdeu. delivered tb:- address of wei-
Wells warnilv v.elconed
the delegates in behalf of the pioneer
irrigation state. President Clark
then responded in behalf of be na
tional irrigation congress, reviewing
the history of the irrigation move
ment, aud commenting optimistically
on tbe prospect of the consummation
of it3 great plans for tbe reclamation
! of 1 he west- A chorus then saug the
national irrigation ode, written by
Mrs. G ilbert McClnrg, of Colorado
Springs. Letters were read from Pres
ident Roosevelt and Secretary Hitch
cook. MINING INTELLIGENCE
It is reported that the Hidden
Treasure mine has beeu sold to a com-
pany of Ohio capitalists, and that a
''ash payment of glti.000 was made on
tbe purchase price yesterday. The
property was owned by Cbas. Gorin
and is located in tbe Black Cauyon
district. Ed S. Campbell was lustru
meutal in closing up tbe deal. It is
uuderstood that this property, which
has the reputation of haviug produced
considerable good ore. will be worked
on a much larger scale iu tbe future j
and the prospects are good for it de-
veloping into a spleudid property,
Tbe uew live stamp ml! of tbe Uro
ranoe company nas arrived a. wick
euburg aud most of !t ba
"ut to ,h be erected as !
! quickly as possible, aud is to be used j
, iu making the tesrs of the ore. which
the ore. which
if satisfactory will open
I for tb construction of
, Dr. J. F. Huds-iu has returned from
his Turkey Creek mine. He is en-.
thusiastic over the prospects and says
that they now have a 200 foot sbaft
anj on. j au n j-h Veiu that shows
$85 to the ton. The veiu is widening
dairy and he expects a two aud a hall
foot vein when fifteen feet more are
added to tbe shatt. Wi property is
surrounded by some One claims, and
18 wiiuiu a nine ami a nan oi ine ro
land mine, and within ten miles of I
ttse lron riiug, while many othei
valuable properties are near it. Drs.
Hudson and Hughes aud W. L.. lis-!
born are interested in this mine aud
; they have seventeen different claims
he v.c.nuy of the m.ne.-Pbenix
The reports of a rich gold strike
below Kingman have dwindled down
uutil today the ople of Mohave
county are confronted with one of tbe
rankest fakes and attempted swindles
posted on matters of tbis kind, ehould
bave no hesitancy iu publishing the
truth regarding this attempted wild-
. . ... .
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this influx of outatde adventurers
that they will uot ugain attempt it iu
this sectiou at least. The laKiiire
mines. Lookout aud other proiierties
i in the vicinity have onlv to be xam-
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, med by an hont.-t exnert t.) prove
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their values. 1ml ihe grauife uvkt
where the fal.ulon- xtrike ..as said to
i have been made, is al,.-olutelv the
scene of an attempted gigai ricfta.nl.
: and properties with merit la Bail d in
tbe vicinity must suffer in conse- .
qoeoce of the attempted holdup
There is uo surer way to keep capital
from investing than to lime a few ot
these wildcat enteprises misted upuu
tbe public aud the sooner they are ex
posed the lesser the injury to the dis
trict iuvolved. It is remem'iered
with satisfaction that our home peo
ple bad uotbing to do with tbis at
tempted holdup, tint believed the eu
terpiise was iu the way of legitimate
mining. Chloride, Mohave Couuty ,
In conversation with Geo. P. Har
riugton, yesterday, a .lournal-.Miuer ,
: reporter was informed that conditions
at the Grey Eagle aud Clevclau.i prop
erties are mosi sat isfaetory. The Ti
j ger Gold company, wnich owu these
properties, has been doing some good
work the past few mouths and these
well known claims are sure to liecome
big producers. A survey has been
completed from the Oro Belle miue to
Bradshaw city for a na-row gnage rail
road, and wbeu the standard guagi
railroad is c unpleted to Crown King
the narrow gtiage will th.n ha built
to that place to connect with it. For
the present, however, the gi ade will
be used as a wagon ro:id. The uuade
is about foui pereeir. What is known
as tbe Clerelaud tunnel is now iu WJ
leet and a station bas been put iu at a
distance of H13 feet. This station i-
long. Here a boiling plant has been
installed aud a two compartment sbaft
has beeu started and a depth of over
oO feet has already beeu reached. Tbe
ore that is being taken from this shaft
is richer than auy other that has
beeu taken from the property, is from
;X to M) feet deeper than any other
workings of tbe Grey Eagle. With
such results as this the company has
every reason to lie satisfied with its
A splendid grade of onyx is being
quarried at the Mayer onyx bed? Mi
shipped to Londou. F.nglaud.
It is reported that D. L. Lee has
sold bis Silver Mountain mine to a
company of Colorado capitalists for
the very snug little sum of ."j0,00O.
T. J. Rigby. presideut of the Rigby
Mining and Reduction company which
is now erecting a large cblorinat lull
plant at Mayer, ha.- been iu Prercott
for a couple of days ou business, and
the Journal-Miner acknowledges a
I pleas.arit call from bim. He say:- the
work of erecting the bii; plant is mak
ing v.tv satisfactory progress aud he
teels -ore that it will result in a great
deal of good to this section from a
mining standpoint, when it is rom
pitted aud in ojieratiou. Tbe piant
wjn h able to handle the siin i.ms
j oreiJi ot which there is such a vast
j amount in this section, without the
; ,lsul penalties which have heretofore
takeu sucb a large amount of the pro
fits that it made it impossible to
handle a large percentage of the ore.
Sucb a plant ought to meet with great
Tbe Gold Road miues are showing
themselves to be the greatest gold pro
ducing properties in the territory of
Arizona. Since the starting up of tbe
mill every week has seen au increase
in the bullion output of tbe property
until at present its production is phe
nomenal. Last Suuday there was ship
ped from the mill two bars of bulliou,
valued at flO.000 and on Wednesday
two more bars valued at 312.IXX) were
sent to tbe office of the company in
Los Angeles, makiug a total of
000 inside of three days, the product
of six days run of the tanks. Better
ore is now being sent to the mill from
the slopes and it is predicted that tbe
production for August will be far in
excess of that of Jnly. At tbe present
rate of production tbe miue may be
depended on for more than 2100,000
monthly. The people at tbe bead of
the concern are men with thorough
knowledge of mining and milling and
they have beeu sauguine of attaining
' big success in the handling of tbe
property, .n preseut mere is uoi
bare of stock ou tbe market.and none
can be bad, although recently its
market price was far above par. The
compauy is making an enort to get a
t '"PI'1 f water adequate to thi de
mauds and as soou as this has been
accomplished tbe output of tbe mill
v"' "rK"'V lucre,... ou .....
up tbe way """ nas u "een run to its lull ca
a 100 stamp ! pacity. -Mohave County Miuer.
Ye editor was out at the Orn Grande
' mine tbis week ami finds that ererv-
thing is moriug aloug nicely. Tbe
' -stamp test mill has arrived aud
being put iu place. Kre many days
the bustle ot that camp will be beard
and tbe first step toward milling 'the
ores will lie made. Vice Presideut
George B. Upton is there and working
with a will to get everything iu sbape
tor tbe trial run. He is a thorough
mining man and will make a success
jf the property. The " stamp mill
that has beeu ordered aud is being in
stalled has iOO- pound stamps, aud is
1,1 CI,P same paneru as me propositi
big mill and will fit right into that
mill if the stamp process proves a suc
cess in handling these ores. This
-hows that Mr. Uptdb is uot overlook
ing any bets nor westing auy money.
vVe congratulate tbe compauy ou tbe
present good outlook fiy its miue.
JL S. Acker, oue of the greatest
rustlers that has ever beeu identified
with Prescott's real estate and min
ing business, has returned f rfn a bus
iness trip to the southern part of tbe
territory where he hat, lieeu for several
days on important miuiug business.
He weut to examine and report nu a
well knowu miuing property in the
Cataliue mountains, iu the interest of
-'alt Lake City capitalists. He found
tbe property very satisfactory and a
company bus beeu organized calted
the Sold Cauyon Miuing and Milling
company which will liegiu the further
development of tbe property at ouce
aud great things are expected from
the mine as it has already produced a
large amsount of rich ore.
I. I. Thomas is in town from the
Val Minta mines aud reports this
property goiug right ahead with de
velopment work. The air compressor
is rtiuuiug in good shape aud tbe Kui
leigh drills are used in siuking the
Backward, turn backward, oh Time
iu your flight: make me a boy again
Mist for touigbt. I live me tbe bliss of
that rapturous time, when I would go
swimming, say. half of the time: give
Um tbe blister that followed tbe bliss,
ou tbe part of my back that the sun
didn't miss; give me the belting that
followed it then; make tne a jubilant
urchin again. Backward, turu back
ward, on Time iu your flight: give me
one chance at tbe teacher tonight, the
teacher that larruped ine five times a
day h give tne a chance at that
teacher, 1 say! Ami give me tbe
woodpile as big as a bill :let the pleas
ure of splittiug it cheer n.e and thrill :
while the boys gayly jeer me from
over tbe fence. Ob. give me that
bliss again darn the expense! The
small reservation just over the hill.
where the thought ot the hoeing
would give me a chill : the cow that
caressed me each eve v ith ber tail as
I tried to draw milk 'or a Id quart
pail; the bns that forever were wind
ing to set: the pig with a ston . h
man uever filled v. t. the measles that
hit me : the col ick v pain Oh give tue
tbe bliss of my boyhood :ikain! If
you'll All me with rapture and cheer-
ful delight, tackward. turn backward,
ob Time, in your flight. N. Y.
45 feet wide. It', feet high and 11 feet ( Times.