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, AKIZOXA XINKU. Kala.hII.Ued March. . 1B0
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General Luna KiKed.
Manila, June 13 Information be
lieved to be reliable bu reached
here of the assassination of General
Lttaa and his aide-de-camp, Lieut.
' Pasco Ramon. June 8, by Aguic
atdo's guard, at the headquarters of
AguiaahJo. Ramon, it appears, went
to the Filipino headquarters to con- j
fer with Aguinaklo and got into &n(
i altercation with the captain of
guard and one of them drew a
! volrer. The guard then killed Luna
.sad Kamon with their bayonet.
A Oay's Heavy Fighting.
Manila, June 17. Fighting at Lis
j Tinas continued hotlv all day. Odn
Our Public Recoras.
j The following la the dailj report
oi tns'.rutnenu niea in me counij .
recorder's office as reported bj the
Pro co it Title Co.: j
June 13,-Dennis May looatea j General and LtCil KDle$ From
Phoenix mine io Martinez db tricL Fie!d of Miaes and Mining
A J Curtis and -norm (Jrump lo- j
rate O'Haulliban mine in Walker;
Brown Bros to M C PartnlejJ
lease, $611, mining machinery in j Sereral big miuiug deals are
Chaparral district, t the tapis now and are expected
U S to Commercial M Co. patent. ' materialize within a few days.
Skylight mine, Eassayampa district, j
r. r i i r r . .
jui Ur a io jerome uopiwrwi, patent,
i twelre mines in Verde district
June 14. W B
G. V, Hull, a large owner in
the United Verde Extension corn-
was found within 35 feet of the sur
face in solid cround caused him to
pany, whose claims abut right up settle upon these two nuaes as gir-
against those of the United erde ing the greatest promise of large
com pan r. has about thirty men at bodies of ore. While the rich ox
jt . work at four different places on the ides mar be sloped and shipped to
; group, siukibg shafts, driving tun- the smelter lately acquired by Henry
, nels and opening up the properties a Clifford Si Co- for the Arizona
, generally. He has encountered . Eastern A: Montana Co at Big Boir,
' good ore in the Red Lion workings, yet the principal development will
and has ore in others of the- worlr- be a deep shaft to cut through the
4 iugs. The Jeiome claim of this leached ground that is expected ia
OQ ' group adjoins the celebrated Wadcu about 150 feet.
to ; Hampton of the United Yenl min' . Copper Mountain is a remarkable
and he is developing it witb 'ailihfr Ijodr of mineral, some of the richest
I rapiauy possioie as tueore oonyjp oro ever taicen iroman Anzoa mine
i Director oi the Mint uooerts, nas tue Hampton, it is connaenuy ber was extracted from this property,
t rrirwn nut a fiual estimate of the Dro- ' tiered, extends over and throauh th& Orsr mtY Offi Iwun ATtiMtvriiu)
duct ion of gold and silver in the Jerome. . upon the mountain and for a Ion?
aw . . . ww . r- . I it. 1 1 I aTV -ww rw . .1 . . ...
Ullpnant, Jonn ' tuiieu ataies lor tue cajenaaryear ! uwens & an ani, oi tae , time tne ore ooutes exceeded io sue
Tk UmA Pect'a Ktrt.
Many stcries are teid X JjaDoaaJd ,
Clarke, ksewn M yvsm go ia Kew
York as Use "Ms4 pprt," ythitk baw
that b had a Tete ti great threwdses.
toeb as is eitesi pQsmd br peopl
wbe are eaosted insane.
One day be was seated at a tb! in a
Kew York betel quietly eatisg bis tita
nic dinner wbea two vesnz men took
tbeir cati at tbe saaie taMe, They wen General Geo. JL Stern be rsr. sursreoa
ssseof tbe gvceral nf the United State arar.
A DISTINGUISHED VISITOR.
The Head Man of the Medical Depart
ment of the United Sutes Army
Pays an Official Vhit
Piecott yesterday had a very diV
ungursbed Ttsitor in the person of
Vickstrum, James Kathfom and John I1S93. Arizona is given: Gold, ews company, whose properties ; and richness anythitg ia tho terri
Nelson locate Dividend mine. Pine 455,100; silveiy2,446S00 ounces. are two miles below tbe town, have torr.
Groi'e uistncL ; The Zonia copper company sub-: meir snail a wn iu leet wn a very m tne smelting operations over
same parties and iu O Love locate
Golden Rule mine, same district.
muted their final proofs ou over 200 ; encouraging showing of mineral. Jtfc) per ton was psid for ooke, Maay
acres of minimi land vesterday in' ney nave Deen working witb a miners in this fectton claim tbat
bI MntitBien in tbe beat aeaae i
weri. and it occurred to t&em that tbev General Stern here's visit waa for t
bight have tosae pcit vriib the poor purpose of paying an official visit to
poet. Ceniequeutlr ese ef them said ia Whipple, and to examine the hot
an nnaecessarily elear ten: pttal there, the sanitarr conditions
"I have aeen almtt everything and which exist there and te water sap
e very body in Kew Yrk exeept McDca- ply of PrescotU
aid Clarke. 2 bate a great admiration He came unheralded and his Is
far Bis-poesus, asd I weald give a great : tended visit was not known until his
deal te see tbe aas." arrival. Among the first perse a he
When bepaased, the tsad poet leaned - met was Dr. J. S. Barrett, who drove
fcrwsrd and said with evident gratifies- j him to Whipple where he spent ser
ton: era! hours makinc; a personal eras-
'Sir, I am MeDonald Gierke, wbosn ', inntion of the place and condi'-'oa.
ven sar vest wiib ta cee.M t While ht viu ran- mini-;. .'.
i I IP n , i rmas continued botlv all aar. Udn ; . , . . .. i tho T7niul !ili Txnri nm xmi r. RDioi. wbicn nas nroveu to be loo ssome dar Coniwr inonntxin will tur. t.-. J . . r""
f nrsPAA fi 1 a 1 a 1 m un n r ri r iiv sr nnii : r i-.tra, aa ui iv iuuici a r - ' i - w w - wwiw
: fort; of 8.030 men at 5 o'clock and j creek, Veide valley .
'K'ttl'J' lC ?SL ! Ci j was only able to push the insurgents
j biclt ixX) arus to bepol river, where
lady, per year in adranoe.. (te 00
Snrtnoam.. i w:
elivered in city per veek....
year ti 60
six month 1 SO
three montba 1.00
ingle cotHM 10
itered in the VmUioa at X'reaautt a 90-
und cuua matter.
(.: MlltClV. K.lltorAiil Proprietor
&STi,l H LT GOODS..
I0SKPH DUlvH1 JLTY
Victor.ll Xorris looate Electric
mill site and water right,
Victor R Norris filfs affidavit of
assessment work on above mine.
1 rofessional Cards, f
C. S. DUNNING,
U. S. Deputy Mineral Surveyor.
kFFiCE, 141 Cortex Street, Old Mining
Jixcnange, rreaoott, Anzona.
rTvijppnDirrvrn t DATrVTl
THOMAS C. JOB,
tSw WlthT. W. JOHJfSTON.
Stank or Arlxona Uuldlnc
iPaysthe IJighest Uash Pricey
for iliiK Sheep Pete, Ad
sora Skins aod Furs.
J. H. COLLINS,
Of All Descriptions Bought.
! JOSEPH DOUGHERTY, - Proprietor.
ato-ne at Liw, JhBOJIK,
f HfOffico Over Postoffloe. J
U. HAKFOUU, Attorn at Lw, Prw j
eott, Arizona. Ot&ee la tbe OU
, E. MotxiBOS. J. E. Mo til box. j
MOEKISO.V &. MORHIS0K, 1
Utorneys and Cconselore at Lav, Preeeott 1
risona. uracea uver rreecott auonai
, r. wtLaox, kuukxx utiui o xxil
WILSO.N A O'NEJl Is -Attorne
y& a: Law.
Odlee Kart Door to Hiotac.ExehsEcr." !
, 2 ST 3 5
: HI 0
o r-r Mr
they are intrenched. The insurg
eats resisted desperately and ag
gressively. They attempted to tutu
tae left flank of the American troops
1 but failed. The American lo:s is
j couHerratively estimated at sixty.
The battle continues.
At daylight the rebels at Carite
! Vifjo Uropjied tiro shells from a big
smooth bore gun mounted in front
of the church, in the navy yard. The
! only damage done was the splinter
! iug of tltu top of the huge shears on
the mote. Tbe guu boats Cillao,
J Manila ual Moquito then pro
ceeded t unmount tne truos.
After breakfast the rebetn opened
fire along the braeh to Baker. Af
ter sileiu-iug the big gun at Cavite
Viejo, the guu boats rau close along
shore, Lombarding the rebel po
silioH. The rebels replied with rifle
fire and with the fire of some small
p:eces of artillery. So vigorous was
the enemy's fire that at 9:25 the gun
boat Heleua joined the small gun
beats already named, and the
Princelown. Monterey and Monad-
nru.tr rrnmthnirn.l.iinr.,Uc.)r.nn Zeicer & Co to Mount Antelope I place is overrun with qr. Assoou
I . i. ,; ! Mining Co, releases two mortgages, 'as the mill starts ttptwork in tbe
occasional big shells among the aud Raphael 0choa to 1 mine will be resumed.
rebels This apparently onlj 'served ,Ura,i. deed 100; J interest Iu j j. j. Brooke, who nceullv sold a
to incite the rebels, as they kept up j Ochoa raneh, horses, cattle, etc. I m tQ th9 Dirideud Mining and
au incessant the of musketry and , june 16E b Corthell, F E Howe Milling company, is at work putting
artillery near the mouth of Zipeto i aud M C Ouiu locate Hoodoo mine it up for the company at Chaparral.
river two miles north of Baker.
--'of the same. - ' UP D0W boist, and will be able now . ies and value of ore. Over $89,000
;- . ... .... w pusu tne wors more rapiaiy. was taken Irom one
Tbo mining secion iu the vicinity TkBT arB M -i 0u.. tt.ir frt-. ,nnc.
"if" w own nmiwriv anil wirn inn niinnnit
ii... . r. .. f .i , . r. -. - . - .
offer The following letter in relation to
an exhibit froa this lerrttorv for the
mg tne atientipn oi capitalists ai0f.i.ft ti.,T:ot ,Mr.iir ih-t rhr
.. . e : i ,i..-i. s . : o - . -
About an Ore Exhibit.
Somepery imii tant deals 1, made a very tempting
rted,,tp. h"e ruade foranother property there.
uver si,waj drawing a ejaarter frtsm his pocket, he '' no doubt about the place beintr re
chambec about Mi u m tho pf, plat, saying, i established as a military nosL He
: also expressed himself as being very
in-, favorably impressed with the elf-
price." Yecth'a Companion.
. .1-- - ...I ' J J . rtr n - . . t .
Sam H Purcell locates Boulder l"7, 1 " l tie UUH group owned by Dr. rans exnioiuon is seii-expianatorr
and Copper Link SuVb, Castle ti?S Carrier and others, but undebond and of interest to miners:
creek district. i iMl'nt of tac,r n',rlJr " : lo Prof. G. A. Tread well, is also be- United States Commission
Wm A Clark to Geo W Hull deed ' H h'f'-j i ing developed rapidly and is ngbt To the Pans Exposition of 1900, a DreUe4ir Xoet claim,
interest in pipe line, etc, on Iron'1 The output M tbe United Verde ; m Ihn procession with other prop- Chicago Office?, May 30, 1899.) A claim once made ea the explerer.
Spring -laim imine at Jerome, in this county, lerUes in its showing of minerals. 4n Mr. D. M. Riordan, Flagstaff, Ariz. Cameron, la tbe neighborhood of Ga-
n,n,. i ti, t it, fc,,t. Hrt. equnls, if it does not exceed in value addition to the copper which the Dear St:-I wrote you a letter a bocn. Africa, abowi the peootUr work
.11 rTr. rooK' the entire output of all the mines in ore earnes t hej have recentlrtruck , few days ago, without signatura ingi of the native African's mind.
ueei, j oi aouora zsoutn mine. Cripple Creek district, Colorado, , ore which u ery rich in silver-r-ricb This letter was t notify vou that I Some of Cameron's possessions proved
Decree of probate court iu estate ' u,i Tet Cripple Creek is looked ; enough in this metal alono to pay expect to visit your state, souiet rae nndnly attractive to a native, and he
of J L t isber, distributig nil prop-1 pon"a, a oietatlirerous wonder. The fir the development work. A tunnel eoou. collecting for this department, determined ca tramferring the owner-
erty of etate to Satah A F ishor. j United Verde mine is located within being run to cut the ledge about j ores and mineral?, and should like ship to himself. He accordingly paid
June 15. J D Loper, W G., Wm tweuU-eigbt miles of Prescott. ; 25 feet below tho old shaft. your aid by telliug those in your another native $200 to procure fer him
aud C P Wngfield locate Lucky , " ,r:fc ' Arthur Hendy who is working the .neighborhood to save for me typical tho coveted Roods.
Jim mine, Black Hills district. ; n ,1J,i th nw r?f of 1 GoPDer Chief properties which were . specimens of ores and minerals of Tbe assistant took tbe moncyand did
JCLauhara and E M Ewing to 1 ?h s,nn"i, " At a deoth of',U. li'1lsl1lio11 80 lo?s: h"iu"t,5: economic importance for the na- his best to earn it, but Mr. Cameron
Fiank Kuchler and wife, mortga j r uew hoist which will tional mining display at Paris in bad perversely looked up tbe very arti
$300; saloon furniture.otc, in Jerome pld in position 1S99. I will pack aud ship all ex- oles tbat tbe fellew's empleyer bad set
gJo W Hull toWmAClark dped-l?, ?m ? Tni in nnSland the work of eloping the , htbita collected direct to Chicago. bis heart npoa. Tbe au cenld net car-
i iSSit 1 ou kI, greatly expedited. In most instance they want gonlv rv eat hUrgain. -8d neither did be
iently iu these properties to demon- ' Your assistance in this work will
"That's fer tbe sight r
Clarke looked at tbe eein fez an
tant, ana tbes, placing it in bit pociet, mUc conditions which exist here
be took eat a "Yerk ahilling." 13K - and thinks U an ideal place for sU
ceats. This ha handed to tha young ! tionisg sick soldiers on their return
. I , .l.LIl J l - ' l 1 ... - -
iuau. aajuig sraTtaj, lumurcu wu irom VUDa Or toe 1 QUlDDineS.
t 1 . I. ft l. - U ..liL . 1. .
ha iroi:re!sea, has all the ear :i :.. u I T,..:.. 1 a- . ... . , ,
to L-c nl a tZft minn I ,u fcUDSO H,ul'ct,ea iu uoiuuu- x our assirtance in mis worK will xuttrejore bo ran on wim iu unai
mnrKS OI a J,OOU mine. StrttO th'ir Value at VTU ihouc lir ho trrMtW AnnnvmUl tl.; .1.. nior Inriml tK.n thai tho mnn hn
iu ; . . - , . . , , ? y '.r . - . -r-
wu uio joscr uj svu aaeaia expect uq
spring, erde district.
Richard Bricklev and
T..mmn i- H. C. Hoffman, who is up from the Ioug, tedious aud expensive liti-; part ment. Vouh verv trulv.
, .. , T n Fool's Gulch, ?ays the cswpenters j gation over them. In addition to (Signed) Victor C. Heucs.
Urauk tlolister and wite to J r are hard at work ou the new mill for ' the money oxpended in developing Honorary Special Acent, Depart
Mulliu, mortgage, 200; on above, th( Fltinet.Saturn eompwiy. He tho properties a sufficient amount ment MinoV-cd Metallurgy,
property. j6tatesthat they oxpecWo have it has been expended in litigation to . My address is Boise, Idaho, until
L Gadett, Jean Allison, David , mndr to start uo bv JsifUl. Voik ; make a man of moderate ambition . June 10: thereafter. Rnnldn- fJ-
! (J.nuor to Elleu Riley, d-jed, $100; . m tao wino had to te atojiped some (-wealthy. , rado.
i lot SO in Jerome. j tiino siae& as erervtfaiBarAbout the- Ralph Dillon contiuues boriutr his !
. . i
, p.vva ui iuc renewal oi tats
subject, there has been considerable
: comment in regard to a receat
article in the Courier on Whipple
barrack. That paper keeps at its
old tactics of throwing cold water
on tbe proposition by recomntead
ing iu removal to aome other place.
iOne naturally wonders why the
, present location would bo suitable
for suburban homes but not for the
post. It is consistent, however, on
one question and that is to fight
' every propoeition'that benefits Pres
cott Dr. Barrett entertained General
; Sternberg at dinner last evening at
, iT A t T" t A a a a . .
uuiei xiurse ana tne latter left oa
this morning's train for Los Angeles
to visit a sister and goes thenc to
San Francisco on official business.
explorer to make the loss goeti? This he
assuredly did expect.
Be went to Mr. Cameron and told
him tbe story, demanding in tbe first
District Court Proceedings.
JOSEPH II. JACKS.
TTORNEY and COUNSELOR
AT LAW, PRESCOTT, ARIZ j
Iffices with Judge John J. Hawkins, j
Hawkins & Richards BIdg.
CAMPBELL & JOB,
.'A 'A' O li X 30 Y S AjvV AV i
RESCOTT, - ARIZONA
ill practice in all CoarU ot Arizona.
C.lOWWW,MIM.Q AN I) KEAL ES
TATE U .UKKlt. U. 8 U1NEKAL
Bt..EiOU- luazt narotUtad. Uthm
it auur ta t ank of Arioina
H. K. AHMITAGE.
X. A. I. M. S.
lMNUaud Ml.CUAM.UL tNOlNEKJL
Ulna examluad ami reported on. KaU
- ruUMtian on Mllltnc and UndocUob
uta. iOktotiioa Box 3. l'ltEsCOTT.AKlZ.
Aiouaai of Kyn nntl hln
HHtKS IX. AKIZUNA.
S?- I i 5 Ml
IB S i H
The fire of all seven warships was
concentrated ou this point, shortly
afternoon, when the upper bay pre
sented the appearance of being the
scene of a great naval battle. The
iusurgeutB were eventually forced to
abandon their guns, after holding
out for four hours, onlv to bo con-
Ifmntiin hr Hnnoril I jurcrnn'a inmif
, , , i ideiHl to same, ilixw.
on land in their rear, where heavy'
fighting occurred. Beyond the de- - June 17 Sam H Purcell locates
, .. . ii -ii- I Little Purcie and Cross mines in
st ruction of several buildings along -..,. . s,n
tne water ironi tne euect oi tne
bombardment is unknown.
weaver districted. (Amended.; ou the LMudead fcxteusion mine.
J B Pipps to W F Fercuson deed ! Ho expects to bavo it completed
J int iu Texas mine Walker distiict,
W I Ferguson to Norman L Griffin
deed Poor Bov and Texas mines,
P & A C R R Co to Ellen J
Thorne deed right of way etc Moel
H C KTnvoS. i P. At-P-Ry Co
tunuel into the hillside tostrikejthe ;
trensure vaults of rich mineral which ,
ilirfarH iniiiiAtiiin en In atinn oticI I
thrf.. As hi i dnail wnrlr trf nf! at the opening of court this morntnir
running a cross cut tuunel, he will t'enoed five prisoners to the peni-
iu unahtu i t Irtll I ha nwnlt of it un- tebtiaty.
! til tho ledge is struck. He has the rh.e firsl ooe to ortlered to
tunnel in between 600 aud 700 feet stan(i"P ,was Thomas Olevingor,
, aud ha3 about 200 feet more to go who butally beat to doatb with a
i.,.'..... u.. . i i shovel a ipllme lalwirar m. lfiit
T . . n I UTiUlL' U13 CXUCULS L.I SLI1KH lilt. GUIfH .... . .. ir
ready to start uy the iuin oi duly. . . -fnp Wm . Unrr Butte.
The mil will be a very complete , "T;
auair aim Jir. b.ok sajs iue miue ; . -, . fif . - wt,:i, the judge gave him a passport to
showed up veiy promisiug ore. He , 1 "m,a Sooa ior twenty years.
place tbe fSOO which be, Cameron, by
locking cp bit goods, bad compelled tbe
complainant to lose, and, secondly, tbe
actnal price of tbe goods tbemtelves,
whirh hnt tar ftUirMtnmmMtnm
Saurday, June 17.- Judge Sloan,; WOnld now bare been In bis possession.
It is not statetT tbat his expectations
were realized. Watchman.
A GHASTLY FIND.
Laurence Sterne, tbe writer, was
victim of tbe Intenecst poverty. A little i Justice uampoeu
time before his deatb, being in a state i ummonea a jury
A Badly Decomposed Body Found
a Shed Near Granite Street
About midnight last night
"Swifty," the colored ex-pogiUti,
made a gruesome find in an old de
serted stable on the alley off Graaite
street, being the remains of s man
in an advanced stage of decomposi
tion. He lost no time in getting out
of the place and reporting the cir
cumstance in the Cabinet saloon.
was notified and
is looking fine.
Effect of the Big Strike.
Denver, Colo., June 15. Thirty
thousand men will be out of work in
Colorado within the next three days
unless steps are taken to end tbe
strike of the smelter employees.
The Omaha & Grant & Globe, in
! Denver, the Bimetallic & Arkansas
J L Baxter to W M and A G WTocd
deed lot 23, blk 15, Jerome, $350.
United States to John B Ricketts
patent to NWJ of NWJ and lot 1,
Sec 15, 13N.5R
John B Ricketts and wife to John
W Dougherty, mortgage on same,
John Lawlor to M Gratz, release
of chattel mortgage on saloou fixtures.
Julg 19. Lizzie B Cham pie
It is reported thatlthe Nichohnu I is Mso getting quite an abundance
Gold Mining company has sold its , or water, and on tbe whole is verj?
properties in the Cave creek district, ' much encouraged,
knowu as tho Portmanteau group.,
for $700,000 in cash. Uie-essimHtiriPORTANT SMELTER PROJECT
tbery Triu-?ight,M orev4wrty which "j FOR -WESCOTT.
i in- valno is JiU,Ut)U iu excess oi the
' purchase price. Considerable de ;
: veloptneut work has been done on i
tho property in past y arz and it is
understood machinery will be at
once erected and active operations
mnti VtmA an ?m
- u. , uuitt utuurts ma ucaui, uciug iu a autre mj-
The jury found him guilty of destitution, he went one evening to ! quest, tbe verdict being that the
er in tho second degree and i borrow 5 tx&m his friend Garrick. i name of deceased waa unknown asi
.. 1 - . . i iL.l L. . ' a . . .
Upon arrivina. be beard mnslc and ' lual uo came to ma ueain iroa Bat-
knew tbat a party was going cn. He
beard tha merry laughter, and, gently
John Hall, who was convicted of
obtaining money on fraudulent
chocks, through hi attorney made a
Bifjios Jpj arrest of judgmsnt which
wis oVeriuled. A motion for a new
trial was then made which was also, others, and it U-otjIy thta tbat we re-
overruled. Defendant was then j alizeTVrjrfiwcrthTixiictare.
IMujebced.to fifteen months in the i And hotneieea near tbocWksd bos I stood
And near a tbdnsasu UsWt ptsfei fer rixAJ.
Johnson, alias Ed
replacing tbe uplifted knocker, retraced
We never feel onr miseries so keenly
as when, contrasted with, the Soya of
ural causes. Quite a number of
parties viewed the corpse but ao
one could identify it a it bad la4
there, Irom indications, foe
The Big Bur Plant to Be at On I SM'tfteAtUarr-
Started by a Strong Company. Geo. Henry
ward Carlin. who was Hill's part-' evoke so much sympathy. It was known
ner in the fraudulent financial trans-' tfaat Sterne need bis wifo very ill, and
Of all tho wealth producing ele
ments of Arizona uoue are so prom
inent as its mines. Now we are en-
six weeks since death.
has not been used for a
About a mratk-w a
to the owners to rent iL.
of the part where the
found, was locked and Jt wATIev!
Another story ox this writer noes not i window on tbe north side o it aad
! i . . t T. i . ft t i r ': ..
tooaeu in. oeemK a maa. iviaa
It is reported that C. P. Collins te"n an ra, nevor before bn?,hfc
hai taken a bond on the property j fnd forceful for great good rtsults
owned br C. B. Genung and sons to lh,e Prospector nn. m,ner. North
near Stanton, on what is known as jeru Arizona, with avapat county sn
the Leviathan lead. Tho Levitlmn i tho ,ea:' 13 particularly fortunate in
acthonamu i,y, iof.. nno nf 1 l.n 1 t ract ing Capital and
VUV MavadMw au-a wua.Uk'a UMU a-'A .a , a . .
larrriaaf m t ha on i r t wrr 'I hnm n a t
1 laiklJ U a.uu VV la aa i a a a UWi U iiU i . . .
! thousands of tons of ore exposed ou ! neltl8' ... , . .
t hp iirfap which it m said will nar Ttje latest and best element of de-
MtiArtrnt in i . . a
- w-r i r ..... a Mil.
varied miu- jj
action, but who pleaded guilty, was t
sentenced to ono year in the peni
tentiary. Both of the last two,
named defendants are mere boys in :
Jose Bert ran who was convicted ;
of stealing a horse at Jerome, was'
years dos of prison'
The Great Qor&tiob af
John McKinley, who was ambi
tions to lnra(M ill ihn Tatralrv linai.
Valley at Leadville, Eilers & Colo- cates Mt Hope mine in Humbug dii-1 a handsome profit by being milled, , en7"1. Ior lul 8,ect'on." lljnw and for this purpose madea
rado smelters at Pueblo are closed. ! trict. but to do this will require a very : p t "u b" ' " draft on Mr. Pierrepoufs ttk one
(The Argo smelter in Denver com- T W Boggs and M E Wheeler lo- ne?vym ?T convicted r burglary
nliivi critri Ihn nirrii.hmir Uu sind i i-CatO bOUOma and SOIlOra
.... . . . - . claims in Bitr Bnir district.
f.Th-nw York uaid ile irareriai ' still runuinc. the uucceuueim c.
, epablic U an able it d ctniirt-heBtiTe p'a in ., , t,,i,i ,, rrkr.:
1 ,Vr..f -,i,-..b tl taciriai luiM. of the ' smelter at rueblois running, ine
T'mfi'A are under guard, but
rtH-tt sua tbrcughost tbe country.
G M Fowler locates
and three mill sites aud
; in White Picacho district.
The Imperial Repaid
demonstration. At Central City the
men employed in the stamp mills
; are expected to strike today.
! The mines already closed are: The
in talking with Garrick one day in Que
sentimental style of cocjngal love and
fidelity he said, "Tbe hatband who be
haves unkindly to his wife eei-erres to
have bis boose born down over bit
"Ii yon think so," said Garrick
quietly, "1 bops yonra is well insured."
A Volar SaltftB'a Letter.
In the cover tbere were three icelo
tcres a formal letter of extreme polite
ness, written by a scribe; secondly, a
letter written in my friend's own band;
and thirdly, another paper, headed,
"Hidden Secrets," written also in tbe
tultan'a own band. At tbe ton of tbe
vim? boint? r P6 ' 8 ccond letter is writ
'ph Cavan- tea. "Oar friendship is sealed in tbe
a Inm tajtAAcMS r9 -na KtaaA Than
IVANUOE COUMAXDEBJ' No.
A KMfJUTS TKM PI .A K. HtuMua.
clave nral t'ridar of each month
tttr KnixbU noortoooalip isritad.
r. G. llUtCUT,
. BU1UUT. Icurdar.
"It ia fer Aswica to do tlutt new tMnc uoon
' natletu. lo make an imvrial demain a rrrob
! By JAMES G. FERNALD.
; 1 othor.f The SranUni In Uiotorr. AsocCate
' ditorof Tbe Standard LkUcntr , etc.
1 A thoroochlr oricinal
arenmeat lorripanoion from V e polrt ut riew
to start in.
"Ia-!AJargemillwill bo necessary and .-T" V.f .l.L' !."ri od sentenced to five war.
. the water will navo to be piped in - uu Afl ,h K,DU,nc(V, w
, . iquitea distance. Mr. Collins has ! in alarge Mnelt.ng plant at the Iri.l of 5
XrM. I abundant capital at his command tos . , a.u" """uf" ' was resumed, the followii
"b carry such an enterprise tbrounb t v"v 'tiurvi L W Parr. .Inn
i -i i.i .1... i i i i- i Lruavmas. aonnrs. ' ' . n . . . j . . w.... t u Tiun
. i. 1 ' aUDUlU LUU UIU3 113 1UUUI1 LU Ut, OS " T. 1 1 ( T. .1 I . . rk . I lm... ...... v.. ww. w. -
! nowhere nave tue men maae anyi Tft, pP:lin nri Phne .7 Trmdiiri ..i tl 1 i Their enterprise recognizes th Vr iwmuuu.8l ur
locate two mines in White Piiacbo cations on the ledg, which crops 1 Breat opportunity afforded bj Y' Slorts H A Psttus J K Campbell and rtnowned friend" (bere follow my
district. out boldly for a distance of two or c1 85 a s'te for ,a ,arK aijd m , John Kennedy. Robert Connoll and' naTD' "8on and some oonven-
Thos Woody to E P Mayhew, three miles. , plete smelter. I s .-entral position FrArjk F,.Iltn. tional complimenU). Tbe letter t ben
moitgage, 5150;Jot and house near j Window Judson has cone down "j V tZS . . 1 fi1" United States court, Marion ' v" . Yo? Tf5,(1' "
on the Agua Fria just Mow God- " AuwJkZ ton and B.A. Packard, iudicte.1 n
.... , yon are comics to see me, and for tbat
was similarly situated, aud although " , , .'. " flowers crown ic tbe card en called
the held from which it secured bus-
t.rUO LUUUE. No. 1.
ihKUiar rt.cclii-t oi thU Lot'tt
upupic liJi. a Ik 'a. i.a lie laol aa. 4.1- .
- acb nx.nin. -vjj.-o.mirL? loviKr.n .
tLalij InTitXI to attr&d.
M. U UL.U WATKH, W at.
, raEUEKICKB. c-vr-jirj .
Utu.tomtaitlM-11 N t raHxrlFl . . M
UruU. A. A. John.
pltijtRXlTT CUA1TEU K. A. il. .N.
X 2. btated comrannieaUona tbe hr t
batoniaya of aact. a.inlh at 1 u'doai t
' tL. VUiunc eompaclbiu ourdiaJI. InriM
"I. r.U. BRKCHT.H.l-
FUD EltlCKS. Sacwtarr.
uiciXLTlAitnimtLM. K- J rMi k. K II
HethtristUm. r". u. lirrcht.
I O.O.Y. AK1ZOSA IX) IXi K. So. 1
A. Kcular meottn of thu lodt
PTtrj Wearuwdar eenics at Oo
rlla-- HxiL bojoarDii. tHvUin
Commodore, Amethyst, Bachelor! ,r ' ... , . , . n.
. , j t , M E Halltsey to A and F J Cns-
Bachelor No. 2, and Last Chance ( tiui and j Giou;aii re!eases mort-
mines, in Creede district; Calliope gage,
and Hagerty, at Ouray, Carribbean i Wm Christy, president, to Mt
aud Montezuma, near Ophir; thoiAutelope Gold Mining company,
nirrin and powerful . Iron Mask aud Black Iron, at ived J ""BaM!3 """'b'"!!"'
trora t; e Doirt ot riew ... ,-, , ... ! .T T? Atillinin tr Alnrmut T P.ai.1.
. . . . . ... .1 . : n .i i lift nn fin . tti 1 1 cit i .i r ni. AariAn r j ...... .i. " m , . . v ...m.
. . Uanrmbl.eerinthepuwer of Ue American I Th pnr((ir p i r r D den, eeii, $l00; lot IU PreSCOtt.
aBd-4.Tilu.tton. and to extod ibeir uneiju u rinswi u, Annr. throwing 150 P Armitige and wiie to .Ht,
i ever the wrtt r-aciiof trtntory that mar le-, " .. . -Antelope UOld MinlUCr Company. .:.i, l, QT.
there apparently asleep he thought
he would not disturb him ib casae
away without entering, Oa looking
at the remains last night ha identi
fied them as tbe same be had seen a
month ago. The appearance of the
room indicated that tbe man had
been living there for some time prior
to deatb, as some extra clothing
from that on him was found. Among
other things found were several
cigar boxes containing glaesee for
Tbe indications also were that he
had been sick for at least a abort
time. A miner's candle was fouad
partially burned within easy reach
of his bed, also a bottle containing
medicine, about one-third of tha
contents being gone. Four dollars
in money were also found in his
Various rumors were afloat during
the day as to the identity of the
man but up to a lata hour this after
noon be had not been identified.
dard, to commence operations on a rure rupppsI Th.Tnrn b? the ' State, grand jury for ( --7- k! the Liquor Question.
ZV hrZl? Th?mS ; e to all large custom smelters is EnErn Roseia, vrbere
which he represents. The mines t and ,ra i expensive., V',7r " p',b,,c SDds.rthuUn,.ted though the moon had fallen into Tmy j ibe sale of liquor is a government
consist of a group of five claims all t 1q q P sn c- States were ased on giving , r , M iTeo d , monopoly, there are now 5000 place,
lyiug contiguous to each other. 1 .Urlr ai.? a ai.r,...,i, ,K ds in th sum of S500 each. fl tr I dispensing ardent spirits, where
They are partially developed from lh fi, from hi , ;, ul,nr,h" Monday, June 19-Territorv vsineran. Rrf wH ornimr Bnri- th ! formerly there were asmanfas25,-
!.. .., 1 ' " IW .L... L II IJ t
the surface and so far as develop
ment work has been dono are very
mess is more limited than that con
tiguous to rrescott, it has been a
ritiBaalvlr lew mirier Ara.ri.-an controL A
j ilUticoUoa is drawn tiotwtwn a true an.1 a fale
irarerialUm. and it it conTincingb prated tbat
; daty. exivHliracr and nrevvrity nrce the nation
' on to tbe new expanticB.
Ode. TriW. rhic co. HI.; -Mr. re .discharged and in view of orders to
1 nakr (.tjle ia iiibfti. f orof ai. f ell of majr ghio no more ore to the closed smelt-
nMitts. 11 . outlook i broad, and btdd and ,
frank. Hi patnotirm i. infection .iu bnowi- ers, little except development work
ed;e accurate and Tohuninoa, M iocic tonnd , . .
and cl'e worec. ill trpatii baa a nnitr and IS STOintT OU.
dirTCtBe. that cannot fail to win tbe adraira- mi. i ,
uoaof u.eBio(.thoUierpader. 1 The lost iu wages to men at
Uon. wm. v. KRVt. Datted sute. Sente. 1 rango bv the twelve days
Croat intirrt i all Ahotkms. the smelter is S50.000. Should the
has closed its doors, throwing
men out of work. From all 1 T 7& tunn initm h expU to Up
the state come reports of mines rMA. j in a distance of 150 feet. mauib SSShiS
ducing forces. . US Hughes and Emma L Flint to of the tunnel will be at an excellent ! K1T2 a boirinnine have
Af T.or1tTill Cinn men hsrn Wn ! A -T Pifferwl . Base. InroA minoa.oln. mill .iio nR-n1 hxr Ikam. xUh r-.r , -OIS Company AS a DPginUlUg nave
" " - " " w --. ... --. - un. 0..W Vf.Mw w, .wwu., "V eA.,..rtH Mir. .nri
, enough to run 200 stamps by water ; nMjOTate arTd .,aV;, llD al onco
TT a a . .
xxarry rtius n: lendant uubdrew nflnr.. f ihr. nm'im
'hi- plea of not guiity and plad ' Dnaddresaed Letters." bv Swetten-
promising. .Sir. Judson will uow " ,i ,. ...j eutlty of trraml Urn-iir: .ntene ' i.
commence worA urivmg a cross-cut .:th ,lugilI. th., fi11I.1,im.t, ,f, ; hx.i ior yuJVl a. m., Juue ai.
capacity. Tbat which has' beem. Tj rritory v Bl Lewis; murder;
tnn tuunuuru Ulllll .1J.IJ IUU
power nine months in tbe year. Tbe
i t . T -1 .1
the 7" : .7, ' :l:ni: Prosequi entered as to defendant . " Ton like aboct it,
are , F?.. '. Donaciona Luc- ro on motio of di-' nllng." be replied, "but I certainly
LCI LU11ICU SUA am .I r r 1 1 111 llldllL. HAS 111k: t 1 1 S I m. A a 1
.... . - "llrmf llnvnur .ltwA -A
el ose of
a v a a r a r . ia .
r.aauK?rf. cl,)5) all over the state 5,000
i .. ... .- . . - ibthrtti ir..ra nvmnietf in mv
, A- io. 1 Hecnlar meeting of tblt '.Mrr .
eTarj Monday at b p. u. at K. off.
Hall, ttolosinifcf knLrnu In sood utacl
.re cordiaUr InTited In attend.
K. K. WATSON, f. t .
SI. of K.A h.
ISlkliN STAll.-4iollen Kale lliat.U7 .V..
InUaaunic Hall on thetmt Thnr-ui
UAllllIKr !. OI.1YHK V..rth, T...
SltLaa K.K:i)UtiU enurr.
PStrKCOrr LODGE ,
tsiNO al S.-OJ o'clock ia Kaichtnof Inhia
lftltiu brhrrn in irtxi .ta.nIinp .
Dalix inritnl to attaal. '
r h. anni v v w
Sa ?. TINKEit. lleeorder.
forma.ion invaioable Noboiiy intewted in , railroad men will be thrown out of
our national derelopment ahoald fail to read omnlovmpnt.
. . . , i Four mines of the Colorado
rri in in ?i ii i ii niic i i ilk i niir mM tti a w
' 4.v iiuu Lutupau a iUICV UUOl VJUUJ l.fU
City and one iu Pike
ggHgrit! to attend.
Inelndbis map of the Cclted State. Aroii. 'Ac
QBVition.aiMl Tranfr of Territory; The Ha
waiian lMandr; ToBiparatire Map of the At
UcUe and I'acinc Areas; The Wet Indie; iTbe
1! rao. l b th. A;rropriat CoTer I)eirn. price
FUNK WAGNALL5 CO.. Pub.
hshi rs. 30 Lafayette Place.
been shut down on account of wage
Fred Stephens files bond of 51.000
- . ie .a a l 1
a3 notary public with R H Bur- i lormauon oi tne country and
mister and J W Wilson ns sureties. 1 general directiou of the veins
- M a a I a a t n.n
E E McFarland and Chas Hooker , Ter7 8,mu" lo l?,ai " ,ine ?'a ' every facility for the best treatment
to John R Loosley, mortgage. 55,000; 1 loie sIOUP nTO ue8 ia"ner "P me j of all classes of orea Special atten
lot in Jerome. , nven j tion willl be accorded the peculiar-
Anna Thomas to Walter Pillar, i The asserlion that Yavapai county ' u,es. tae -l"erent ores, the
hd mines improve with depth, has ' methods oi treatment will oe the
agdn been dtrtnonstrnted in the l 'atest and most economical.
TlniA Vrdft minM. Th nnrt . A. B. Gibson, of considerable mm-
' workings in that property hereto- ing experience, will have charge of
A prominent Filipi jo, friendly to 1 rnn, Wn 500 A shaft h ! their affairs.
the Americans, has bsen assassinated recentlv been sunk to a depth of 700
I fT.klA.. Tho mh.htl.nla nllk.l . 1 . . . . .
hare i . Ui wa. ieet on tue mine, ana irom tne 001-1
locality urgently requested Amen-
Ab Aatleawptlal Caderataaidliiar.
"There is one question I want to ask
Trial jurors M. Mclnernav. D.O. Ton dearest, "said tbe beantlfni girl as
Moore, W. G. .Shook and J. W. ,ho with diamond ring on
Smith weie ex.-UMjJ for the term. ' ber 11,51(1 finger. " When we are mar
Territ iry vs. Viceoto Lucero and rfed- irIU f,00 "P1 mo t0 bake mT
Dunaciana LncMro: mnrrinr? nnlla ' own bread?"
deed, $300; lot 5, all of lots rVanc
9, PrescblV. " -1 ' tfj
ANOTHER BIG MINING SALE.
T. Stoddard Sells The Easy Boss
and Governor Teddy Mines to
Henry B. Clifford & Co.
After an exhaustive study
e we If No r m.t.
land too tb Ihtir day rirnisj ineacbriiontt.
luuc ooTvreicna in bmhi !u...dc are cor
ij InTited to attend
J. H. l ALutS, c. c
S. QOLDSWOHTH 1 . Uerk.
ORDER OK RED MEN
ZDNl TRIBE So. 6. of
rrea'Xtrt, Anzona. Regular
couacili of thU tribe at Ua
eonie Hall on the Third Sleep
of each Seren Son, "th Rnn,
30th breath, Vieitinff cbisf
in food taiHlins frxl email v
. J. FARLEY, Chief of Record.
AZTEC LODGE No. 17. meet
Terr M.mdar ornir.ff m.t tttph
-elock,in Odd Fellow Hall, eontheaot
nraroi piaxa. luiiinc nrouiera and
'tietara rurduUy inrited to attend.
JSO-ii. T1VKVK ii.rT.w.r,l..
mS TUOKPE. 8-cretary. "
helps the team. Saves wear and
am. expense. Sold every where M
Hai iudi or aBBK
STANDARD OIL CO. rfl
tnm of it the cround has been ox-!
can protection m strongor rorco. i pl0red by moans of bonng and the i I
General Otis bas sent a battalioo.of ' results have been such that the !
;the ieunessee regiment aud two . companv has started a force of men i
The French cabinet has resigned. J guns from Iloilo, which insures at work'opening up levels at this !
rr.1 r i . I J m tPeUCe.. rlAr.fi. Tha rlnlll ilamnnef r,t. i
iuh unL-nn vmnniPHrH s.-iiiii.inri uumiw wv. mu.v- , .... .. -r -, ,
. . . I .. . .. jt .1 . r pnnrwr iw r. lrnm idh udiliki v fimn ' t..i o
a June lli. ' t uS3n weather reports are to the ea Dom tue couuuuanon qi me ore , "rr- ir" u: C I ou,J
. . . . 1 'eiTect that the island is suffering body and tbe values of tbe ore. it vuppoi ",7Cl p"",
rana coai mines nave tx;euj . ,i. mu" .imoH tli iha
closed down again. , :"... Zt ,tV r,..t.Z o H.il, fn :n mine, so long in litigation and
wuwwa. - . ' . ' A 1 W. k:AV.eaA. 117 1 1
tht add several million dollars to the receuu., aqu.. ... u
value of the property. oiaru, auu iuo o.uKuaiuiUU uiiub
home from Manila
Trial proceeded against the de
fendant Vicento Lucero.
Tuesday, Juno 20. Bu B. Boul
deu, who plead guilty to bur&lary in
the second degree, was sentenced to
fifted months iu the penitentiarr.
Harry Elliion, who plead guilty
to graud robliery, was sentenced to
thirty months in tho penitentiary.
Territory s. VicenU Lucero on
trial for murder, testimony closed
and case being argned.
UNITED STATES COCBT.
i United States vs. Wm. Nelson, de
i "J6 ; fendant arraicned and allowed till
000 shops where liquor could be ob-
j tamed. &ome time ago, owing to
i the greatly increased numbf of in
toxicants, the government eummarilv
closed these shops aud in their
stead opened 5,000 places, which are
run by women. The liquor served
in these stores is served in small
flagons, each one of which is sealed
and stamped by the state. No one
obtains more than one drink at each
tavern, and one who shows the-leaat
sign of intoxication will not be
served whatever. Ex.
Drifting. But Still With Us.
George W. Pittock, of the Citizen.
an to see dancing, bear muiio, wear I has entered into a contract with
jewels, blackeahereyebrow,eat dainty Rich Si Reuck, publishers of the
food, sit at a window or view herself in i "Resources of Arizona," which is to
a mirror daring tbe absence of bar bus- j appear July 1, to supply a three
band and allow him to divorce ber if i page descriptive article'on Tucson
ibe- bas no sons, in jnres bis property, ! and Pima county for that public.
. , 1 1 , ... . . , n . . . . . .
ecuioa aim, quarrel wim aaotaer wom
an or presumes to eat before he has fin
ished bis meal.
j shall insist upon your not baking
mine." Chicago Aews.
Cahapyr Hindoo Veata,
The Hindoo holy books forbid a worn-
f nriPTTiir.ir'iniT fpntnrft of tho
Two million dollars left New York crop aud weather reports is
today for Europ
Kentucky feuds are
to plead ou three indict
U. S. vs. Wm. Ne'son and J. L.
Havey, same order.
U. S. v. Wm. Nelson and
A Newcastle (England) man wrote
this to. tbe editor on a postal card:
"What ho, Mr. Editor, what price this?
If tbe month ii tbe window of tbe in
tellect, toothache most be a scrt cf
tion. Mr. Pittock has also closed
with the publisher of the city direc-
inrr 9 mmnmrrtm t -" - a!
that publication, which is to be is-
I sued from the press of the Citizen
. early in July ana Mr. Pittock will
; continue to write letters to tbe Los
; Angeles Mining Review, and labor
witb tbe rest of us in upbuilding the
Citizen and keeping it in the front
rank of Arizona dailies. Citizen.
Silt. ANCIENT OR-
eUererrlCEsDAVnirttinK off. Hall
us oro-oera lacood atandin are fratrr
y lnntad to a 'tent.
A. MATTHEWS. F . A "
ALL KINDS OF
Stone Work Done
On Short Notice
t Ordara at Sherman Hon.
great activity prevails in the agri
full blast 'cultural portions of the island in
preparation for the next crop, "giv
ing emnlovmont to all laborers" in
Another polar expedition sailed tbi-se portions of the island.
irom unnstiana dune is. Th. fK,.i .rj r ;;i ; itt-n ii.r. n-
a.uc uujv. seas a a w vuu v,h a rrut t ia a aa -- a wa tajr uu caj a
Congressman Bland is repo-ted issued by the government, will soon that they aro hauling forty tons of
improving. reach 129 olumes, and the work of ore per day to the mill and are daily
collecting tbe tacts and publishing shipping six tons oi concentrates,
them will amount, when the work is This group has had a splendid repu
completed, to $3,000,000. tation ever since the claims were
Earl TTanrriPttft of Los Ani-nW first located. Mr. Shelton who lo-
20 years old, shot and killed his wife
, aged IS, then shot himself and will
ij:. tj i .. iL.i i
uie. ,iiu mauu a sunouiouv mat. u
had forged checks and feared de
tection. He was a son of H, J, Han
Worse Than Apaches
Manila, June 19. A battalion of!
infantry, which leftist and most successful firms of
Of Interest to Investors.
C. A. Snow & Co., one of the old-'
The usual Sunday fight occurred
iu Paris ou Sunday after the races.
The peace c inference has decided
to furnish newspapers with full pro
codings of their deliberations here
I ITT nrl 1 m a-l I a ealnA MartA.
a a I T" e hmiv eaui. M a : . 47U1AAW VIUDIt
Hon. Nick Galles, who with A. G. ?nr "k r," ZE. r. ' Han V. Haney
Kennedy, aro operaiinc the old vCvU h,; iviht fmm i't ?na, iai .UMTS "me for pleas re- the Fourth
Shelton group of mines on Lynx Stoddard the Easy Boss and Gover-' June.i; two indictments. Imus where General Wheaton is in Pant lawyers, whose offices are op-
accniui iud uu.PilD iumiuc nnr l nfiar mines iOCatea in thn ran mm,nH Ih.a m,rr.;nr. m... r"""" uuiwju luikCB Uiiom Ui
of Conner Mountan. south of the , There is a noticeable let uo in; . it. -r... x
w'l'v.uitru uiiean ior in era
most of the than 17,000 inventors, say tbat owinir
trrn T.. r.: r " ,
main workini-s of the Stoddard Con.: HmWr,tin,t .u. uw procured patents for
.n,r r .. v. . tuu where it was bebeved
at a reasonable depth, a ooncentra-, its make up from a five column ehrbt
General King, lately returned
from the Philippines, is sick in Chicago.
TTl.n? ntain muraqr trial at and haa never beea heared
nuisDoro nas enaea wiigia veraici
of not guilty. ' Ten were killed and about twenty-
The Oregon volunteers are ex- injured on June 13, at Herman,
pected to arrive at home from Ma- .rasa, in a tornado. Not a single
nila,Julvl2. il.s l? lo ,
i: : - i - , i.i .
A. B. Gibson, of Montana, Mr. 6 . rebebi wbo escaped from Paranaque
Clifford's engineer, says that in this 1 . and Bacoor had fled, was attacked in
saddle, in his opinion will be found ; , The Pheaix Herald has changed the br aDDarentl fr:endiv n-.
c m.i.n r . c i t. ... - . '
tives. This brought on a harp en
gagement, lasting seqeral hours, re
sulting in five Americans being
killed and about twenty-five wound
tion of all the ore deposits and ! page paper to a seven column four
veins eo prominent in uopperAloun-c,..i .t. t
tain. The shaft of the Easy Boss , ' 11 other changes
shows the same character of mineral. anj als0 nocable.
as was cut by the 1 00-foot tunnel in j If President Kruger of the Trans-
tJ'li ItftAt Au USt 1A3.S.
-cn syrap. Tnnes uona.
' AGENTS WANTED. -For tbe life and the
achievement of Admiral llewejr. the world'a
patet naral hero. By Marat llalttead, the
life ions friend and admirer of the nation's
idol. Biggest and bt book; otw 500 paces,
t-rlO inches nrly HH pages half tone Ulnstra-.
lions Only Jlt enoraoss demrnd: big com
miMies: ontat free; ebance of a life time; writs j
iaicx. The Deoinion CoaBany, Sd Floor, C&x-1
o ii llkik-..CtiWce.C jes
cated them, away back in Indian
days, developed the mines under
great difficulties. In addition to
his mining tools he kept a small
arsenal in the mine consisting of
tteTa newspaper man who diia guns and ammunition and on several Ta r!T hT
red from Chicago some years ago occasions was attacked by the blood 5ears a 8triking JimUarUy T Kl b"1thle W,S.lCm he M
inirsfcv BuuriBiut-a auu as pe;- to the sulphide ores found in i """.. "o win uot get
led to seek shelter and safety in his Tjnited Vorde at m eeU jn jDto a scrap wjth John BuU on the
mining tunnel. In those days he tbe Governor Teddy and the Easy i expectation of assistance from the
worked the ore m an arastra. j the mineralts in place and Kafaer
a . . Invva aaH n A, ... A A . BhAfre k n t ann r bta II j-flna.Hn- i A T
Was left Whole. n.Scut."5I"a" luanoiumBU .cu , rrou MCiiiiuu uwij ,fm l... n
rru ...,b,i 1 i. ., from a visit to Jeromosavs that mm- OI oxides and sulphurate. mininRS U uuucu
. IU1UUUU HICVJlCUSDIDiai UUU9C9 . I . . J " : i f " . ' O . . . , , , .
M. Pomcare has been called to at Dane Hollow. Two persons were ing in that section is on the boom. I per cent copper and $10 gold. Mr. 1-0 ech state aod territory one of tho
form a new French Cabinet. . killed and ten reported seriously in he United Verde company is con
to the improved condition in tbe
patent office, patents may now be
more promptly procured than at
any previous time in their experience
2f tweatv-five years.
Tbe South Carolina jury which
acquitted a liquor constable for kill-
The loss of the rebels was verv UB. . " . WWHU"K .
nusDana, oecause they resisted bis
attempt to search their house for
contraband liquor, had queer ideas
"District Attorney Loy, of Oco-
nino county," so says the Coconino
Sun, "has instituted injunction pro
ceedings against the board of super
visors, enjoining tbem irom
;of the value of life, as well as tha
stantly increasing their working
force at tbe bie copper plant and
A Grand army post has been or- mines while development work is
ganized at Jerome with a member-i beinrr pushed iust as fast as men
The submerged dam north of town I ship of 26 and with General Mintyj and money can accomplish it on the
has been completed. ' as post commander. mines in that vicinity.
A satisfactory agreement has bt-en jured,
reached in regard to the Alaskan ;
a warrant to E. S. Clark for tbe pay-
Uibson says that the leached ground "Spanish guns captured at Santiago, ment of fees, which tbe board con
at this point should not be o'.er 100
feet as the difference in elevation
places the present ore bodies in the
Easy Boss at a level with the deepest
workings in Copper Mountain and
the fact that such high grade ore
rights of a liquor constable.
We don't believe tbere is a sane
man in the country who. will seri
ously say that tbe war taxes are felt
to be loaned to such soldiers monu- traded to pay Attorney Clark for as an individual onraea, noiwitn
ment association, post of the Grand ctain be rendered standing wild talk from democratic
, . - . the county between June and ue-.Jtora aatj stump simakers: about
"'"V KJL "JUU,-'r"" camber 31. 1900. The matter wm l iL ..? -..ru-..r
may be designated by. the governors! come uo for hearing at tba,,a
xespecttvelr. trm nf ti dtiri..t riV:"
the ,aw ; ulfcrjrrrofltjavlng: theuu
Taa. tAlMf .