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No. 1. ICeguUr meoting of this lodge
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ng are coruiauy mvum ii Jinuu.
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EASTERN STAR. Golden Knle Chapter No. 1.
5-i meets in Masonic Hall on the first Thursday
of each month.
Mrs. D. LEVY, WorUiy Matron.
Mrs. A. B. Beown, Secretary.
SynopsU of Doings of tho Holons at
Little of interest occurod yostor-
day iu eiiuor uraucu of the legisla
nil a i
xne most important measure in
troduced was a bill b Speaker Bax
ter calculated to work a radical
"change in the territorial school law.
It also prescribes tho inanuor in
which Spanish may be taught in
common schools, and permit district
school teachers to act on county ox
Considerable time was also ex
hausted in devising a scheme, or
perhaps iu not devising a scheme,
lor darning tho floods of leeislatinn
likely to set in near the closing days
of the session.
A concurrent resolution that after
March 81 no bill should bo intro
duced into either branch without
tile-unanimous consent of that body
was adopted in tho council, but on
Saturday tho houso voted not to
Council bill 51, bv Mr. Hawkins
amending paragraph "1452 R. S. was
Mr JEdwards travt noticsRTat hrt
would introduco a bill for tho relief
of Gila county, directing the ter
ritorial treasurer to pay certain in
debtedness out of funds derived
from tho sale of the funding bonds.
The same gentleman also notified
tho council of his intention at an
early day to introduco an act repeal
ing tno law oi iyi creating a board
ui rauruau commissioners.
Substitute for house bill 40 Drovid
inff for the inspection of animals to
be slaughtered for sale in Arizona
was roforrod to the committee on
territorial affairs after two readings.
Council bill No. 57, bv Mr. Shan-
non providing that jurors drawn bv
special veniro shall be paid milage
ooiweon count- seats and places
wuoro summons are sorvea nnvini?
been read the third timo was passed.
jaouseoiu oy Mr. iteuiy, pro
viding for the care of cemeteries and
legalizing appropriations by boards
A message was received from tho
governor announcing his approva
anu sitmaturo ot houso h 11 N m
by Mr Cook, concerning barb wiro
T1 1. ?? .
luuiaimug oi tne morninir
oyooiuu was exnaustea in tho con
siaoration oi house bill No. 87, Mr.
field's irrigation measure, with the
result of rather tho absence of in-
aehnil result already describod.
fll I. . . L i a, t ,
ugum,(javo nouco mat ho
w DUTt'HEKj M. Dr riiYSiCLN and of supervisors for this purpose, was
posSr OffirHonteio i2a.pnt favorably reported by W commit-
1 In S n. m. 7 to 8 n. m.
Itrtiidence Rooms 1 and 3 Johnson Honse.
Orders can bo left at the Mountain City Drag
TMl C A. SEWALL. Physician and Sargton.
JL Late of the United States- Army. OHioes
atresidenooonUnrley streer, upposito Williams
TJ . .1 . T1M. 1
WARREN E. DAY. M. D. SURGEON AND
Physician. U. s. Kxainintusr hurceoji.
Office Last side of Plaza, next door to WeUs,
xargo & (Jo. 8 ofneo.
R. E. Monniso.v, E. M. Baxford.
OAiiFORD i MORRISON. ATTORNEYS AT
O Law, Fresco tt, Arizona.
If W. FRENCH. ATTORNKY AND
J LOR at Law, PreHxtt, Arisona.
the county bail ding, Cortez street.
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I. U. UEUXDOX. J. J. JLWKINS.
UERNDON fc ILVYK1N3, ATTORNEYS AND
XL Counselors at Law, Frescott, Arizona. Spec
ial attention to conveyancing ana ouioo waru or
ail kinds. Office Over the llaast of Arizona.
DEESE M. LING. ATTORNEY AT LAW. OF-
J-w FlCEOlEoe Row, Cortex StroeU Proscott.
li B. JACOKS, CIVIL ENGINEER, AND DEP-
nty Mineral Surveyor. Villcontractfi.raU
junds of surveying, lnciautng surrey or miiung
claims. Address. PRESCOTT. ARIZONA.
I4EO. F SANDS BTrWCKlAPfTKR awl LAW
tJ lteiwrter. lOrer the Honk of Arizona. 1 LtV
tors from dictation a specialty. Charges reasonable.
T C. OTIS. PAINTER, PAPKj: HANGER AND
Om KaLiominer, i'nctt, A.T. JiyPatronage
tee on public buildin&rs and grounds.
At tho instauce of Mr. Keilly tho
bill was tabled for Ihreo days.
The couucil did a large amount
oi uusiuess vestordav, thou eh the
house was not s industrious.
iivciv linie nil was naa 3ram over
Mr Hawkins' bill concernincr ex
emptions, but not so much oratory
Mr. h.dwards mtroduced a bill to
repeal an act ostablishimr a board
of railroad commissioners, approved
March rj. iyi.
Mr. Edwards' "trentlemaa horse'
mil, was passed by a i ftinimous
Mr. LovelFs bill authorizinc tho
division of the several counties in
the territory of Arizona iuto super-
district, and to provide for
rue election or supervisors bv dis
tricts, after being considered in
committee oi tno whole, was re
Tho committee through Chairman
Uhoyney, reported a substutito to
Mr. Smiths bill to provide suitable
the better main
tenance of the territorial normal
Tho council acrain took up Mr.
Hawkins' hill concerning exemptions
in committee on whole, and failing
to come to auy conclusion, aroso and
had the bill reported to the com
mit! eo on ways and mean?.
urahain introduced a bill for tho
prevention of crueltv to animals. It
TiTmrr i r nnnnnnn nmin pre
X d KHAKKVO W provides that a fine not to exceed
muiunuiiuuLiii! u j viu $250
Life Association of New York.
A Free liberal Policy ou Definite Terms.
XTQ KESTIUCTION ns to travel, occupn-
ai non or residenw. stockliolders to
be paid or to absorb the profits. Thirty
days from date of notice allowed for pay
ment of premiums. Dividend iinnnnlly
nftor Un years. (Vish surrender after fif
iecn years. Over 14,000,000 paid in death
claims. 3iOO,000 now in rescne fund. To
jirovido for your family after yor.r death is
n duty you owe yonreelf, your wife and your
children. Apply to
GEO. W. FORD,
HABTMANN 5 PKAHL
ALL TVOKK GUARANTEED I
and done at figures to suit the
times. Address P. O. Bos f6 or call
at shop back of M, E. Rhurch.
- -: . .Hi)USE !
Sneoessor tn Don Hatz. South Montesnma Street
Board and Lodging per Week, . - - . $10
Board by Hie Day,
Large and Airy Rooms,
Any Pnrt of
OITY PROPERTY 1
The J. H. Jordan property of
two lots and a half in a de
sirable residence portion of the
city and the improvements
thereon, consisting of a frame
dwelling house of five rooms, a
large barn, good well of never
failing; water, will be sold at a,
bargain on application to
CHAS. H. AKERS,
or one voar imprisoumrat shall
bo imposed on auy one driviucr an
overloaded horse, or for lnsulhcient
sustenance, unjust beatiui?, etc.
iuarshalls bill prohibitins: tho
sale of intoxicants to minors pro
vides for a fine of nqt Jess than $10
nor nioro than .?200, or hy imprison
ment not less than hve nor more
than fifty days, or both fine and
imprisonment, passed unauiraouslv.
Baxters act supplemental aud
amendatory to tho school law of
Arizona, passed, only Roilly, Hunt
and Southwick voting in the
negative. Ono section provides that
in incorporated cities, towns and
villages the Spanish language shall
be taugnt u nnv parents or guar
dians of school children shall so
Gray's bill, to amend the military
code oi Arizona, was rotorred to the
committee on Indian and military
jjiartms bin, to ammenti para
graph lilob, section 1, title zlZ ex
emption, revised Statutes, approved
March 10, 1S87, was passed. This
provides that families shall bo
exempt from attachment of personal
property not to exceed StXX).
Martin's bill, to ammend para
graph 2071, section 1, title 82,
passed to third reading. It provides
that tho head of a family may hold
f reo from execution of property not
to exceed the sum of W,01X).
Hawkins' bill, to simplify and
save expenses and proceedings in
error and appeals to tho supreme
court, was passed by 21 votes in the
IN THE COUNCIL.
Mr. Nellis gave uotico that he
would introduce an act providing
for tho removal of tho records of
Coconino county from Yavapai.
Mr. Hawldns notified the council
of his intention to introduce an act
in relation to the salaries of clerks
of boards of supervisors.
Couucil bill No. 73, by Mr, Hub-
boll, for the protection of working
men, was read the second timo and
referred to the committee on terri
Council bill No. 7G. bv Mr. Haw
kins, to regulate the care of public
funds, was road tho second timo - by
tine anu reierred to tho committee
on territorial affairs.
ilous bill No. 90, by Mr. Martin,
amending the exemption law as to
personal proporty under a supervis
ion of tho rules, was given its first
aud second readings and committed
to the committee on ways and
Mr. Lovoll gave notice of tho in
troduction of an act to more fully
define the duties and regulate the
conduct of county assessors.
in toe nousB.
On assembling Mr. Cook was ex
cused on account of sickness.
Mr. Marshall introduced houso
bill No. 100, nn act to prohibit the
keeping open of saloons and gamb-
would introduco a bill making coun
i .l l Fit 1,. .
.v itrcutuurs m counties oi ine tnird
class ox-omcio clerk of tho board o
Mr. Hawkins notified the counci
that at an early date ho would in
1 3 I A . . ,
iruuuce an act to reguiate tno care
of the public fuuds. Council bill
No. 68 by Mr. Hawkins, an act to
provide for tho election of assessors
iu counties of tho first class was
road tho second timo bv titlo and
reierred to tho committee on coun
ties and county boundaries.
By Mr. Behan, an act to amend an
act, entitled to establish lions for
salaries and warms, was received
sfrom the judioiary committee with
i . i ? i , ,
an amenamenu wnicu was auopiou
xne rematndor oi the day was
taken up with tho consideration and
Eassago of council bill No. 8o, by
r. Edwards, for thoiucouragemont
of railroad building within the territory.
Tho initial proceedings iu tho
houso cousisted of the reference to
the committee on appropriations of
several bills presented by various
Mr. Huut introduced Houso bill
No. 8S, . to prohibit prizefighting
withiu the territory under a penalty
of not less than '$1,000 nor moro
than $5,000, or iniprisoumout for
not less than one yoar nor moro
than three years.
Houso bill No. 89, by Mr. Fiold,
in an act fixing eight hours as a
day's work in territorial institutions.
House bills No. 90 aud 91, by Mr.
Martiu, are of somewhat similar
character. The first oxemps $600
worth of personal proporty from
action for debt aud tho other pro
vides that a homestead of the valuo
of $2,000 shall be exompt from execution.
Mr. Hurley introdtued houso bill
No. 93, regulating the payment of
House bill No. 7G, by Mr. Gray
governing tbo location au holding
of mines was read and referred to
the iudiciary committee.
Tho first skirmish in the houso
occured in the course of the con
sideration of Council bill No. 2o by
Mr. Hawkins, relating to the con
ditional sale or lease of railroads or
street cars rolling stock or equip
Tho fight against this measure
was led by Dr. Wright who urged
that the effect of tho law would be
to practically place all railroads in
tho territory beyond the reach of
execution and charged that the bill
had beeu introduced at tho instance
of tho Atlantic & Pacific road.
Advocates of tho bill denied that its
passage could possibly benefit the
road, but said that it had been pro
posed lor tho protection of eastern
manufactures of rolling stock. After
a lengthly discussion it was put
upon its passago and defeated by
the following vote : i eas JJehan,
Bruce, Burke, Dry don, Gray, Martin,
Koss, Baxter 8.
Before tho result was announced
Mr. Ross changed his vote and
moved a reconsideration which was
defeated by the same vote.
The eutire afternoou session was
exhausted in tho consideration of
council bill No. 35, by Mr. Graham
for the incorporation of towns and
villages containing more than 500
MINES AND MINING.
MINK ANI THINK."
rroiu the Altnr of Itappinrss to the Blff
Brlok of INpnlr.
Somewhat of -a sensation occurred
yesterday evening over an evont iu
tno matrimonial hno, that caused au
unusual amount of gossip ami
Beeinod to oxcito tho oiiriosity of
several. It was nothing more or
less than a tnau going to the altar
with tho woman of Ids choice to
fulfill those vows of eternal love wo'
nil, more or less, have experienced at
somo time or another during our
oxistenco. James Drouoj, au indus
trious and sober blacksmith of Jo
romo, desired to wed Heleu McLaren
and ho did it. It was only nat ural
that ho did so, and tho cold aud im
passionate law is tho only obstacle
to atop between thorn, to comout
their tios of fondness fureachothor,
evorlastingly. Procuring a liconso
from Judge French, Air. Drouon
seeks Doctor Meaiioy, and with ids
intended bride, tiit. t'oroiuony of
union is performed, and tbiy depart
happily as mau and wife. A cloud
soon hovers over thorn, whoa a
mother nppoarsi with that charac
teristic devotion duo her offspring,
Somo four years ago. Captain Grib
bio. Buporintoudont of tho Vulture
mine in Arizona, was murdered by
throo Mexicans, while carrying bul
lion to f honix. Ono was afterwards
shot by officers and the other two
oscyped in this direction. It ia bo
liovodithat tho find is part of tho
bullion secured by tho robbers at
aud swonrs to tho 'fact of i he girl ;
not hHvmg her consent and
being under age. Tho
Hack, S H
Holcomk, F W
Hillyer, J 31
Johanson, C M
What is Oolnr on in the Districts Here-
W. W. Elliott left yesterday for
Black Canyon to start up his con
centrating mill on ore from the
bast and nest Montezuma claims.
Tho plant has a capacity of from
ten to fifteen tons per day, and a
steady run will be made while water
is in abundance Messrs. .Brooks,
Hatz and Kennedy, of this city, are
interested in tho company.
The recent storms have kept min
ers aud others from reaching Pres
cott, as well as peoplo of this city
from going to outsido districts.
Mining news is somewhat meagre in
It will be of interest to mining
men generally to know that tho low
est notch reached iu the price of
silver occurred on the 21st instant.
when the treasury department at
Washington purchased the white
metal at 82 cents per ounce.
To the Citizens of Prescott.
The undersigned has just pur
chased an ice manufacturing ma
chine of tho very latest design in
overy respect, and which ho will
have in operation just as soon as it
can bo received here and placed in
position. Tho machine will have a
daily capacity of making fifteen
tons of ice, and the ice will be made
from tho very purest water obtain
able, and will be clear and clean and
free from all defects and impurities.
It will bo sold at as low a price as
natural ice was ever sold for and
will bo delivered to all parts of
town. All parties, who are consum
ers of ice, are respectfully solicited
to reserve their ordors for the season
until they secure prices and terms
from mo and see samples of tho ice
of my manufacture.
Pbesoott, February 27, 1893.
Sellable person to take exclusive
control, on new plan, of the circula
tion of my World's Fair Magazine,
"World's Columbian Exposition It
.. t. - f j i
lustbated, autnentic organ oi tuo
Fair, in Prescott. Stamp for partic
ulars, J. B. Campbell,
159 & 161 Adams St., Chicago.
Gold Mines Pot Sale.
A group of five mines for sale on
reasonable . terms, near Walnnt
Grove. For further information ad
dress S. J. Hodgdon, Walnut Grove,
Bonnott, C W
Campboll, G H
Carroll, P C
Cook, Miss S
Carter, J D (2)
Files, T E
besides ! fi:iiV,n
a . VJi 111 111 Ulli ilLIQ
MC rllk&& nrM v' .
tho meantime, procured a vehicle j -u ' t V
l-r rA t t ... iiKiua, j jv
7"r : ..V..1 1 1 X?:? ml' lu l""b Howard, J C
iui iud itiiiii ui, iuiit, ijiuiaua, ou I fTnf,if q
Lynx ureofc, whore two oiheers car
ried out the purpose they wore sent
for and brought Mr. Drenon back
to town. His brido remained in
sorrow aud griof, but reached town
Investigation over the turmoil
and hysterical scenes created in tho
McLaren family, rovoaled tho causo
of their conduct. They stated that
the girl was under tho age 16 years
tuo law requires, with the parents
consent, and, as tho parties married
tuu not, ooiain tuat consent even,
was tho demonstration of angor and
street hysterical oxhibition duo. Mr.
Drenon claims, on tho other hand.
that this license was issued regularly
aud logally, and ho swore to tho
fact that tho girl was. over 16 voars
of ago. If ho did not know, h- bo-
ioved ho was violating no al
though his conduct of fulfilling his
desires were somewhat hasty and
out of tho usual courso of anuounc-
ment. This, however, was but
natural, and how many are there
who uuder probably tho same con
ditions as Mr. Drenoir labored uuder,
i . .
wore not compelled to got a move
on when tho anger and rago of
parents was manifested and follow
ing closo on their heels. It was no
abduction, neithor was it Mr. Dre
non's intentions to elope, no was
nonornoio lor ni3 act proves it in
marrying his clnico in the manner
he did. The girl in this case has
been goiug to school for several
months in this city, and it was
directly after the closo of her day's
worn when sho stopped to Jho altar.
Since the arrest aud incarceration of
hor worser half, her devotion is as
fervent and true for hor husband as
ovor, for sho openly and avowedly
says, "that no mattor what they do
to her Jim, sho would not go homo."
Tho reputation borne by Mr. Dre
non is an excellent ouo aud thoso
who are intimately acquainted with
him sympathize with him if the Jaw ,
on tho statute books has been
violated. The generous public who
have, of course, been putting this
latest social escapade through a
regular and wholesale course o
dissection, seem to bo of the
opinion that "lovo should have its
strain," while tho law is viewing the
acts of Mr. Uronons matri
monial venture before Judge An
drews iu its usual way.
After au impartial hearing before
Judge Andrews this afternoon, he
decided there was no forco or other
moaus employed by tho dofondant,
when Helen and Jim again em
braced each other in freedom's
Letter I.Ut, .
Tho following is the list of lot tors
remaining in tho postoulco at Pres
cott, Arizona, for tho week ending
March 23, 1893 :
La Cirango Bar.
Long Geo T
Myers, H H
O'Doa, P R
Pridcnaux, JT '
Pearson, W L
Pritchard. J T
Pat rick Miss A
Sheppard, II E (2)
Smith Miss Belle
Stockton, W W
LOVE PASSED BY.
PRICE, TEN GENTS
Joso M Contrernz Fraucisco Sinobih
Sanohaz Hilnosio .To.mia Rim-in
Jesus Lved ts Jesus L Soto
Porsons calling for thoso letters
please say advertised.
J. W. Archibald, P. M.
Imutusy with my plowing
uca w pa&ccti by.
Life's dellhta am fewaml croLtoK.310
of all hi, atrlTlnu,
All his planning and contriTinp.
Here beneath tho skyr
When tho grays opt to receive him.
Wealth and.wlt and honors Icavohlin
Lore unduro for nyel"
But 1 .answered! "1 am ploirlnff.
Y R? Jt.6,tralnt even furrow
tho field U covered thorooeh,
I will follow,"
Love passed by.
I was busy with my iovlne
When Love passed by.
"Come," aho cried, "give o'er thy toOlnff.
For thy toil thou luut but moillnc
Follow mo where meadows fcrtllo
Bloom unsown with rose and myrtle.
Laughing to the sky:
La ash for Joy the thousand flowers,
llirdn iind brooks-Urn laughing hours
AU unnoted fly."
But I nnswered: "I am eowisg.
Whun my acres, all are planted,
0 bully to threalm exohanted
Loro passed by,
I was busy with my reaiiins
When Lot passed by.
Tome," she cried, "thou plantest grieving.
RlpepeAnorrowa art thou tdicaving.
If tho heart lie hollow, vahi Is
Garnered atore. Thy wealth of grain la
l.ehan Love's least sigh.
Haste theo-for the hcjunjiast dwindle
Kro thu pyre of hope shall kindlo
1 life's western sky."
But I answered: "I am reaping.
When with txmg of youth and maiden
Ilotae tho farm cert comes full laden.
I will follow."
Love passed by.
I had gathered In my harvest '
When Love passed by. -
"Stayl" I called, to her, awif t speeding,
Tnrnlnst not my cry unheeding.
"Stay, oh. Love; I fAin would follow.
Stay thy Olght, oh, fleet winged swaUow,
Cleaving twilisht skrl
I am old nnd worn and weary.
Void my fluids and lwart and dreary,
With the I would fly.
Garnered woe is all my harvest.
Sad ghosts of my dead hopes haunt met
Fierce regrets, like demons, taunt me
Stayl I follow!"
Love passed by.
A DREAD FUX. DEED.
United State Anylum.
Said Dr. Mahonoy yesterday af tor
noon : "Maricopa county has an in
stitution, the like of which cannot
bo found anywhere else in America,
or out of it a United States poor
houso." The doctor referred to tho
county hospital, which, uuder exist-
" . a ti. l i .
uig lorruonai laws, is open to any
ono who is sick, indigent aud a citi
zen of tho United States. Ho may
have arrived from Now York or
iJoston tho day before, but is all tho
samo as well qualified for admission
to tho hospital as though ho had
lost his health and money in Mari
copa county. All other county hos
pitals in the territory are. of course
a. . r . . rr
ou uiu same looting, out tho condi
tions wnicu surround them are dif
ferent. Maricopa countv has n n.
tional reputation as a heallh mnrt.
ana is niso ooiug employed as a
dumping ground. Invalids aro sent
hero weekly with just enough money
luuu mum in town. Within n
week they have been landed in tho
hospital and tho county is compelled
.o iwiu mo oiu. xno attention and
oxpeuse of courso is not grudged to
theso vnfortuuato patients, but t hf
county would like to mako some
sort of arrangement by which the
ouroeu niav bo riiviriful ti,;-
Ine samo state of affair nru ;
this county. Several iumato of n..r
county hospiteUiavo never done
week's work in tho county.
Our Washington Letter.
Washington, March 22. Tho peo-
1 - I-? ! TIT
pio wno are looKing ou in u nsniug
ton now have a good deal of amuse-
w it a
inent. lml tnoso wno are tnkinir
part iu tho proceedings do not find
tho happenings so amusing.
Au Arizona delegation has bt
mainug itseil somewhat loud iu
language aud voxatious in its ac
tions, over tho allotment of- the va
rious spoils in that soction. So per
sistent has beon their claims that
both. Mr. Cievelaud aud Secretary
Smith of the Interior have positive
ly refused to entertain any proposi
tron from either wing until harmo
niotis action is decided on by these
political Apaches. The norvo of
tho delogationiB6omovnat sublimo
when takiug into consideration the
fact that nion high up in rauk seek
ing diplomatic positions have to
give way to a lot oi third-class
politicians ashing comparatively
Tho horde of oflice-soekors who
t . .
ire nocking hero irom the south
and west are a thoroughly disgust
ed set. All tho men who held office
undor Cleveland rush promptly to
the front expeetiug a reappoint-
meat, and have had their breath
takou away by tho announcement
that tho president would not ro-
anuoint nion who hold nfliun nnrlnr
hiin before. Just whyjtis that
faithful service should bo a bar t6
reappointment thev aro not quite
ablo to mako out. Of courso this
gives great satisfaction to the largo
number of othce-seokers, for thoro
are ten times as many who did not
have places before as there are of
thoso who wore formerly in office.
The othor class, howovor, who did
not have places before aro equallv
disappointed bucauso of the slow
ness with which tho offices aro be
ing filled and tho disposition of tho
president to ignore mossbacked de
mocracy and select Yankee mug
wumps for all the important posi
tions. Now York and New Lngland
"lioform Democrats of pronounc
ed Mugwump-Clevoland stripe are
tuus lar getting an mo piums.
More than half tho appointments
thus far made havo been given to
two states, New York aud Massa
chusetts, while the other forty-eight;
states aud territories stand miy iy
finger in mouth, .vaitiug. Not only
is the -Kecretarv of btato a recent
republican, and several other mem
bers of the cabinet oi the roiorm
democracy slripo, which irritates
tho old-timo domocrats, but most of
the assistants selected thus far aro
of tho same sort. Maxwell, fourth
assistant postmaster general; Quin-
oy, assistant secretary of state, and
Whitnoy, assistant attorney general,
aro all of the anti-snapper mug
wump element, ardent supporters of
Cleveland and ardent opponents
of Hill and the democratic Tammany
machine in Now York. The bouth-
ern domocrats, the Now York Hill
and Tammany peoplo, and tho moss-
backs of the west liav
Hiram A. Stevens, of Tucson,
Sou hern Arizona papers which
arrived last night bring the informa
tion that Hiram A. Stevens, ono of
the most prominent men of Arizona,
shot himself and wife at their resi
dence about 2 p. jn. Tuesday. Stev
ens died two hours later, but Mrs.
Stevens is believed to have sustained
only superficial wounds. No causo
is known for tho deed, though do
niestiu troubles presumed.
Tho details or the tragedy seem
slightly mixed, "both in the tele
grams and the account given in
Tuesday's Citizen. It seems that
Stevens had returned at noon from
trip of several days to Nogales.
He had dinner, afterward going to
His wife says she hoard tho report
of a revolver from tho room her
husband was in and running in
found him lying on tho bed. Blood,
was spurting from a large hole in
his forehead .and by his side was a
Ho was not dead, so two local
physicians were called in and com
menced proving- ror Uib -Uall. It
seemed to have taken a courso
toward- tho right side of the head,
instead of going directly into the
Mrs. Stevens was in the hall of
the house when tho physicians were
at work. Her head was tied ap in a
towel with blood spots on it
Somo of the people there said she
was not hurt, but others told a dif
It seems that he came home, and
for somo reason or other objected to
something she said.
Before sho could realize what he
intended to do, he fired at her twice
inflicting slight ilesh wounds.
Sho then run out into the yard
screaming, and he went into the
room and put the bullet into his
Hiram Stevens was a pioneer of
Arizona, and has ever occupied a
prominent place in her politics and
progress. He came to this territory
thirty years ago and for most of
that period of time has resided in
Tucson, where ho has for the last
few years been a member of the
The Age of the Earth.
Tho ago of tho earth is estimated
from the increment in temperature
as wo penetrate its crust The rate
at which, it cools, however, can only
bo approximately determined, owing
to tho confessedly imperfect data
which must be used, there beinsr
nothing on which to baso calcula
tions. From a careful analysis of
the data at hand. Sir William
Thompson lias found that between
lUO.nw.ouo und 200,000.000 years ago
the earth iiist began to bo crusted
over by solid film of rocks; that 10,-
000,000 years later it waa still so hot
that tho temperature would havo in
creased 2 degrees Fahrenheit for
every foot vertically descended be
low tho zone of -constant tempera
ture. The present rate of increase
averages about 1.51 of a degree for
overy foot Philadelphia Press.
N Konnlnjr Trains In Ireland.
A well known railway man who
has returned from a tour of inspec
tion in Europe states that in Ireland
the trains would run fast enough, be
tween stations, out would wait for 8
or 10 minutes at each stop. At ono
long stop whero tho driver took
water and told him a 5-act story, and
tho stoker oiled around, ho heard an
old follow in the car next the engine
say'Tba dlmvor baa sh topped'" to
bile tha wather agin. I wonder phv I a pleasing and courteous disposition
Al 1 1L i . - I A 1 1 1 "T .
uuoy non i uue it runnm, iiko tuoy uo I iovaru. au. n. x. xmrmister, a
Protection Versa UTree Tr4.
Democratic platforms and wriiwa
and speakers of that party doclam
that a tariff that gives protection to
homo industries is unconstitutional.
Thv forget that the first congrea,
uud?r tho constitution, was largaty
ci.inposeaot men. who had. bean, eo
workers in framing that lnatraaupi
and the second act of -tkatcoagraaa,
really the first act of a general char
acter, (tho first act bin simpfr a
bill regula-ing the oath of oOea)
used tha following language in its
preamble: "Where, it is aooeaaary
for the support of goTcuaaot, lor
tho discharge of tho debt of ia
United States, and for1 the encour
agement and protectiofl of luatttt
factures, that duties do lakLoa im
ported goods." Thus the faiWw cf
the republic, those who had baa
instrumental in framing tha eooati
tutionrwho had critically weighed
overy word and line of that instru
ment, in the very Irst general act of
the first congreaav uabaaitatiajtfij
gave their adhesioa to tha oWtnaa
of protection to home xvdtotkncn.
Washington, beinjr a carafui man
and being tho president of tha eoav
volition that frarad f h oit;t-
tiuii, aigueu. i. no uui glYlmf pCOOO
tion to the. infant manufactory. It
ia reasonable that the mm. who bad
assisted in making tho coaatitatioa.
and Washington, who had atgacd
the bill, as President of tha United
States, were ignorant of their dtatiea.
President Washington wrote ia
his first measago to congvea that
"the safety ana interest of a free
regime that they promote such, man
ufactures as tend to reader them fir
dependent of thers for 6Montiaavw
Among others who took part ia taa
passage of said tariff act of 178U,
were J ames Madison, Kichard Henry
Lee, Charles Carroll, Eufua King,
Oliver Ellsworth, .Fiishor Sinea,
Roger Sherman, Jam-ec TrumbalL
Those men certainly were as well
calculated to form correct judg
ment as to the constitutionality of
that instrument as any convention
of democrats of ihe present day, or .
as Grover Cleveland, or the lights
of Tammany. The preeent Seere
tary of tho Treasurr is a Kealueer-
ian and an opponent of Tro?ecto.
Jbut a greater Keatuclcian ha& he
& Co. His finances were apparent
ly in a very satisfactory shape. He
was GO years old. At tho time of
his suicide Stevens was a member of
tho Pima county board of super
visors. He has held many positions
of honor, the chief being his incum
bency for two terms of the office of
delegate, to congress.
The doors of the Prescott National
Bank wore thrown open to-day for
tho first time for the transaction of
business. Tho interior presented a
handsome, and wo may say, inci
dentally, tempting appearance. The
elegant new safe, counters and office
furniture, all impressing themselves
in neatness and arrangement. The
location of the bank is a favorable
ono to reach, and a great many
availed themselves of the opportu
nity to visit this new and strong
financial institutu n, both for busi
ness and sightseeing. CashierWood-
hardware firm of Hughes, Stevens n?01. an. pkfi protec
tionist during hfs whole lifeand for
many years in congress advocated
tho doctrine of protection mik
such power and force that hac aever
been surpassed, and with, aoek
cogency of reasoning and marshal
ing of facts that can sever be
Tho modern democrat claim to
bo a disciple of Thomas Jefenoa;
but wore that eminent staieaaam.
alive to-day, or could his spirit agam
speak to his countrymen, he woald
say "to protect the manufacture
adopted to our uircumaiaacec k oae
of tho land marks by whiek '
should guide ourselves," aa ha aaad
in his second annual meecage, oc he
would say "my own idea is that wet
should encourage home manufac
tures to the extent of our own j
consumption of every thiae
we raise the raw materials,? aa. a
wrote to Mr. Humphrey in 1800.
The democratic party of the preaant
days does great toieraaor to the
'S":u"J' truth of history, whon it etaiou Mr.
llli311 Jefferson as itepoHtkal 4oSl In
in England." Exchange.
A Tart Answer.
A Monroe (Mich.) young man
bought a pair of overalls the other
day, and in the pocket of them found
a note from the young woman who
mado them, asking him to write to
her. He did so, and was much sur
prised to receive a roply saying "that
sho was sorry he had no finer blood
than to wear such a poor quality of
trousers." Philadelphia Ledger.
Tho Column of Trajan.
The famous column of Trajan is
127 feet high, composed of Si blocks
of marble and sculptured from top
to bottom. There aro 2.500 human
figures in tho sculptures besides al
most as many horses and several
military enginea Its summit is
reached by a spiral staircase of 184
steps. St Lotus Globe-Democrat
avo not received
a single recognition yet in tho a
oointmonts. And to cap the c
max Mr. Cievelaud has tjslnblished
a set of rules limiting the hours in
which ho will receive callers, and by
which office seekers havo i ut three
hours a week.
It seems to bo pretty well set
tled now that auDoiut mollis will be
mado very slowly, and, in fact, that
vory few will bo made uutil after
tho meeting of congress next fall.
Mr. Cievelaud undoubtedly recog
nizes the fact that ho is to havo a
A Cat Family.
A teacher asked her class to name
five different members of the "cat"
family. Nobody answered till at
last ono little girl raised her hand.
"Well," said the terwher encourag
ingly. "Father Cat, Mother Cat and
three little kittens!!' Exchange.
In India, up till the last few years.
tho wife, either according to her
wishes or otherwise, was cremated
on tho samo funeral pyre that con
verted her dead husband's remains
young man who is well and favora
bly known to Prescottites, is assist
ant cashior. The career of thi3 bank
has a bright, and wo believe, a bene
ficial future, before it to this imme
Its inauguration bespeaks in itself
that I'rescott oilers, in its various
resources, a good financial .field in
which to operate, and wo only trust
ana nope that its usefulness and
welfare may be measured in general
prosperity to tnis section. Through
the kindness of Cashier Woodruff
we are permitted to give a statement
of the baulks financial doings to-day
which shows individual deposits of
City Ordlnanoe No, 00.
The Mayor and Common Council
of tho City of Prescott, do ordain
Sec. 1. Any person violating any
of the provisions of this ordinauce
shall bo deemed guilty of a misde
meanor and be punished by a fine
r -9 tTLt. ir i
may xous, au-. Jiauisoao a meaaaga
to congress said: "It will be worthy
of the just and provident oanaa of
congress to make such: further alk
ations in the laws aa will
especially protect and foete Urn
several branches of maaiifaciateax
which have been recentlTinaUtated;'
Under the r,ir'f ,i fr; .v.-i Ja
amendments, -i.. to Mar MX. I
quote from Mr Hanmiiri iM.
lowing: "Agt ;itnre leattu.
oxtensivaand ur?vr-'iis -.ini arra
increased wit u .vvu !er,'L? .-amditvi
old industries were -vtvd and,
many new oues wtr established:
our merchant nayy revived, and
multiplied? all branches "of ntae-
tic trade prospered: our - - ,
exceeded the wants of government;
tne people became contented an
industrious; tho whole country wi
on the high road to wealth and
buch was tho condition, of tha
country under the first protective
tariff, and such has been the eaWaa
of every protective tarif stee;
while destitution aud general b.nk-
ruptcy has been the el
a . T , - -f-X.-
not, exceeaing tnree hundred dollars tariff for revenue only prevailed for
or impnsonmontnot exceeding six any length of time.
Sec. 2. No
person shall, either
indirectly, whether bv
I earnestly hone that the rier!-
administration will take the la. .
i . - , . -fi w uwiutv uu wis buuiocu ana !
look, word, sign or deed. Draotico ;ta AtuittA. ..M
bei?i?inr or mrnnmjifTf in of if I . " r"v - "
r A. i 1 m V - , J I tartu, unuer wnicu ine countr
?L?.if -aA67s' iHhw.avi-or beginning: to prosper with.Rwa
ipuuiuugmares oi cno vjity oi rres- strides.
A confectioner being curious as to
the weight of 500 pennies placed
them in a paper bag on a confection
er's scales and found that they
weighed a pounds 51 ouuees.
Tho central chamber of tho great
pyramid is a room hewn out of the
solid stone, 40 feet long, 1G wfde and
23 high. It contains a sarcophagus,
probably of tho builder,
cott, or go from house to house
soliciting food or alms.
Sec. 3. Any person who is dis-
euseu. maineu, mutiiatea or in any
way ueiormea, so as to be an -unsightly
or disgusting object or an
improper person to bo allowed in or
ou tho streets, highways, thorough
faros or public places in this city,
shall not- therein or thereon expose
himself or herself to public view.
Sec. 4. No person shall UDon anv
. t . . .... v
A Goe Move.
The action of Couheilmaa. Jlfark
in submitting to the body ofrltich,
he is a member, the proposition to
selllthe city lote of Nob Hill to y
who wish to purchase the sans.
shows a high degree of the appre
ciation he entertains for the citvs
welfare as one of its sorvauts ieaides
the measure is ono wheretnikn
Of all tho possibl e means of counter
acting the effects of confinement in
the office, or of other sedentary em-
13 ono of tho
surest and easiest
Dr. J. M. Marshall, of Flagstaff,
will be in Prescott March 20th, pre
pared to rjorform all o Derations in
ling houses on Sunday and election dentistry. AU work first class and
;days. I guaianteed in ovory case. Office in
Mr, Ross introduced council bill Dr. McCandless' drug store. Please
102, an act cbncenifrig public 1 call early, as my stay will be short .
A little 5-year-old, after shopping
with hor mother at leading drapery
establishments, said, "Seems to mo
that there are a good many boys
rocky time with this congress m
Ix-kLltnrr if in linn unfit I ltd iiniv
xne president sent tn tim cnniin I .r, a finonn ni miaitmn nf innn , . .
tho following ntominfinn;. w""iu K"v"" "Tr.:r ,i:;:K;r tu , .auans
dOhn b. beymour, of Oonne(tion. nlnnr. Ivnt.UiArP aro some additional
Commissioner Of pensions. rnnno fnr Hnnnminir cnnscioilR of
Silas W. Lamoreux, of Wisconsin, it in the fact that tho democratic
Commissioner Of tho Crenornl lnnrl ennntnrs hnvn nlnllltllr marlo un
ATT! 1 TT r C tiilGlA 11UUUUU wviuuiiviajv uvu vmv
vs imam li. Sims, of Mississippi, apparent purpose of defying Presi
hrst assistauUsecretary of the in- dent Cleveland in his policy on the
financial question. Of tho six dem
ocrats whom they put on the finance.
committee to handle measures re
lating to financial affairs of the
country, five are absolute silver
men, and tho Republicans put one
absolute silver man and one non
committal republican on the com
mittee, thus giving tho silver poo-
States plo certainly full control of that
Edward ABowors, of Washing
ton, D, C.,assistand Commissioner of
rhn rrnnA.nl !
wuu tjuuoiui lilUU OU1CO.
Henry W. Boll second
commissioner of pensions
cu HA?jUr01l ,f TonnessorUnitod
States Circuit Judge, Sixth Judicial
ra i v. Wait0 ited
marshal for Nebraska. -
M of Missouri, consiU
general at Vienna,
Itecnlls tho Grlbhle turder.
Sau Bernarniiio, March 18. Jim
Cole, owner of the City Stables, yes
terday found a S110 bar of bullion,
which he sold to Georgo Craig, the
assayer, for $100. It was. stamped
"Vulture mine." To-day another
bar was found of largoizor - Both
were 1ing in a ditch where the
watei IroD the stable is carried off.
Shoes! Shoes! Shoes J
Ladies', misses' and childrons'.
Tho largest stock and lowest prices
in tho city como and soo thorn. You
will bo sure to buy. Fifty varieties
of mon and boys' shoes. The finest
selection in town. You aro sure to
bo pleased in style, quality and
price by tho Bashford-Burn.istor
Fresh cider at Aitken's.
Work was resumed this
again iu the ninoteen-foot cut north
of town, so that the outire force of
graders is again at work, About
ten day's time has been lost on the
A steam pile driver was anchored
down on Granite creek ou Tuesday,
and commonced driving piling for
tho bridgo across that stream. This
bridge is about ten miles from
town and it will take nearly a week
to build it. The traok is expected
to roach there uf xt Sunday or Mon
street, alloy, thoroughfare, highway public and the taxpayer wiU wilP
nM ... A... ul r xi " -t- i , mi . -
oi vutam iul ui liih 1.1LT oi rres- i ins,iv acamesco. j. nn -,
ii ... . I ,.P. J . ... ., trrs
uout, engage m or tane part in any
way therein, iu any game of chance
or gambling schemo of any kind for
money, checks, property or valua
bles of any kind whatever.
Sec. 6. This ordinanco shall tako
effect and be in force from and after
Passed by the" Common Council
of the City of Prescott, by the fol
Marks and Mr. President.
Nays Councilman Connell.
Presented to tho Mayor for his
signature and approval, and by him
signed and approved March 20th,
1893. J. L. Fishes, Mayor.
R. M. Lino, Clerk of Common
J. F. Wilson, City Attorney.
The accusation contained in this
morning's Courier that I have a wife
living and deserted her, is false in
every.Tospect. It is a subject I do
not caro to discuss, as it brings back
the memory of one who has vpassed
away. James Drenon,
- ' - i - i a i - .
uiuuu in wuiuu mb city waa re
ceived by the present administra
tion, gave to our future improve
ments and tho progress BeueeaaaUj
to be expected, anything but a proe
perous outlook. Nothing remaiad
on - which the Council eottld
realize a cent in the Dceeenmosi at
the city except the town lota ikors
mentioned, and deairiog to carry
Hathaway, probably is this move of Mr. Marks
due. it is a good one. The loca
tion of Nob Hill is a deairabk
residence locality, command! &r
beautiful view of scenery to aU
points and should be thrown open
for any improvement; intending
locators iu this city may wish. Be
sides this it is a burden on the city
from which nothing in. revenue, wifi-
evor be received so long aa it is per
mitted to be unoccupied or even
taken care of. The sale it is hoped
will soon take place.
On account of increase of binunnsq
Graham the tailor found it necessary
to move into more spacious quarters
and hw place of business now- and not protend to imitate butter; but
hereafter will bo, found ,on Gurley challenges comparison. For sale by
atiouw, uu. wi uk iuo.ji,y -piaza. The Bashford Burmister Go. : tf
Have you Tried our Factory Creamery
Wo recommend it tho most per
feet article for table use. It stands'
squarely on its own merits and does
m The partnership heretofore exist
ln itweon Joseph W. Wilson
hhd Chas. S. Howe, doing busineaa
in Prescott, Arizona, under the firm
name of J. W. Wilson & Co., ha
thiaday beeu dissolved by mutual
consent. J. WT. Wilson will eon
tinue the business, collect all ac
counts and payail debts.
Ghas. S. Howe.
Prescottj Arizona, Feb., 10, 1893.