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(JB8DAY. JUNE 10, IMH7.
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TMt. D.J. BBANNEN. PHYSICIAN
IJHunteoa. Kiatnuff. Arliona. Will
pond promptly to kit call from any point
withe Atlaatk A Pacific Railroad. OfHce
aad drugstore opposite the depot. Tele-
fnm i more, i i reticence, ah
M. I).. RLAGKTAKK.
flfltlM bim! Mb.lfl.ni-M In lh
nwwwnM parsonage. Tetephono No. it.
twOn hours from 8 toll a. mix to I o. in.
E8. MILLER. M. D., KLA0BTFI Attl
. anna, office, one door east of Pol
tbce. Telephone No. 94
BDNCT1 A JUNES, ATTIIKNKT8-AT-I.AW.
WW practice In all the courts in ti Fourth
Jadlelal llUtrlet. land lltlfalloa a SPECIAL
TV. offlea at eoart beast, latur, Arti.
E1 8. CLARK, ATTOUNKy AT LAW.
,, Offlce In the Babbitt building, Klag
etatf, Arliona. Prttetlce before the Lund
Department a specally.
OSCAR GIBSON, ATTORNKV-AT-I.AW-.
. WUltpracttotla II court f the fourth
Jadtela dutrux HSU with K. a. bora; la
Mm Babbitt baltdhu.
O. U. Y.-71AG8TAKP LODGE, No. 10.
J-. Meet evenr Thurndn nltht.
, InU. A.
x. ball, visiting workmen are cordially li
vlted. , J. O. UK1M. M. W.
Louis . Recorder.
-r-'OUKT COCONINO. I. o. r, NO., MX
Jk meets tm Tnettday evening In U. A. K
all. Vtaliina- brethren cordially Invited
attend. UK. D.J. BKANNEN. C. It.
Louis Srfsaft. It. S.
S?LAOSTAKF LODGE. NO 7, V. A A. M.
Hegalar lueetlngson the first Saturday
. iht of calendar month In Mainli
Hall. Klinatrlck hulldnig. Bojournlio
brethren curdlly Invltrd.
w. II. ANDRUSON. Matter.
J. Guthrie Savage. rHvrWMry.
I70RE8T CAMP, NO. 1. WOODMEN
nf the World. tnet'U the Brit and third
ondaytlneacli month. I Hied. A. It Hull.
TtaltlnK BorereliriM cordially welcome.
T.8. HU.NUtt Countel Com.
T. E PoLUAM. Clerk,
" A. U.-l(EOULAtt
VI, KanMini Pott. O. A.
K.. No. 4. DrDnrt-
BMntof Arlaoaa. will beheld In G. A. It. hall
a tecond and latt Saturday In each monlh.
E. It. JUNLS. Commander.
B. Ii. Cum, Pom Adjnianu
O. (I. r'.-r'LAGSTAP LODGE. NO. II
treta every Friday evening In Maxonli
Vlaltlagbretbren cordially Invited.
J. L. IODOBBTT. SccreUry.
'i ii t
ruriNTAlM loiioe. no. ar.or
' ' uUo
, tneeu every wedneeday .nlrtt in well
.10 hall in G A. It. ball. All vlait nt
ro then Invited to attnnd
W A. MAYrLOWKlVtX, 0.
TM1LST M. E. CIIUKOII.
ita O P. Wll
X7 (Uiurch anil Larrux elrtets 6
y. Putr. Preachlnc at II a. m. at
'reaching at II a. m. and IV bi
day a: Sunday acboal at 10a. ..' Otcai
MVraaoo. duperlntendent. Clatul ateetlnst at,
r p. m. upwonq Miaive e:n p. iu
frayer meetlnc Wndueaday ereatnx at 7a
very body welcome.
IRST PitEHMYTERIANr CIIUKOII
' North Ran FranclM-o afreet. II. P.
reer. pattnr. Sabbath tervirea: Preachlm
tl a. m. and So. m.t Bundav achool. 10 n
ta.; Y. P. S. C. E. prayer meeting. 7:1? p. iii
Mid-week conference and prayer, Wednr
Uy evening at ,1p.m. A cordial lavlutluu
la extended to all.
iATHOLIO CIIUHOII, BEV. F. DILLY
Paator. On hundaya: lnw Maas at f
a?clfr-ka.ni. High Mam at 10:30 a.m. Suiida)
School at 3 u. in. Evening services at 7 in
p. m. On week daym Hh-h at 1:W a. m
Oa the aecond Sunday of each month, prayei
aaeeUng at I0.3U a. bi.; Sunday School at III
.as. All cordlallr Invited.
HOHH CEKTRflL Ml
HJEST lANKflN MOftTHERM ARIZONA.
and Savins Depoaita.
Draffs Sold Upor;
All Foreiflij GoGijfries.
We have an Extensive Patronage and Oor
sapondeace tbruugboat Arizona, and Invite
wuur unnHiuK uu-iuess upuu iiiourai ana
B.N.FEEEM AN, President. '
T. E. POLL03K, Vioe-Fretideot.
IE U5ILE OF HONfEZUHA.
Measurements and Soundings
Taken of the Well-
The Work of Preserving the Cattle
Is In Progress An Ideal Plo-
Blo Ground Situated on
J. Miller, in ihn Jotirnal-Mliifr,
give the fullowiiir data about Monte-
tiuoia'a Well ami Cftile. As one of
mir'cillaeNi, Frank 0. Held, hiw ad-
vopaieel itiiniigb iIipmi columns llmreB
torHlliMi ami preanrvaiioo of this splen
did rufn, wtt am glatl to learn that
ihroiijcli bis efforts, in part at learn,
the castle U beiug reptiretl and
atrnugtlieiied XUI prnU)cte,d agalnnt
yaiitUIUm. It la a most interesting
ru n mid ono of Flag'tUtTs' wondtirs.
Mr. Miller'a arlirl U as fullovvs:
'I'4ih hImivb meiiiioned places have
been ami Cootiiillii to be objects of in
tHivnt in all ncIhiiiUIi, toiirUts and
pleuie aeekera who bit lliln localily.
The crxIIh iii one nf the fluent and
most exleiisive of tlio Cliff (Iwelleiv
r lins found in this part of Arizoiia.
It lias been tlm subject of several
ecieuliliu papers, besides uuuierou
The erosion of lime and the hands
of lim vitutlal have well ntah com
p eted I he tleMliKi'iioii of this ruagnifi
cent iiiiiuiiiueul of aiilipuliy.
Mr. Frank C. Reld of Flagstaff wax
the Hrat lo suxgent ibe idea of repro
il oil Ion and iireservatiou of this ruin.
Oihera WerJiitereiitwl and the work
will lo hi bi omipletHd,- 1'ids have
been placed Hirudin ti wat'fr i
cliorioir I', to tho cliff. FowfdatiojK
t?nt have Ivnu nwuy or wiukitritil
will be tailored, Hitches will Du fillud
uiul the old conllu repi'oduiel u com
pieMy MMissible. The .material fur
t in work'liM alljoeeti purebased. and
li now mi the ground, and much of it
Since the repairs began visitors bare
co nnienced in knive. It is an ideal
picnic giouud tippling water, siuiii),'
birds, and shndy groves all nt thr
b'" of ibe cliff t!mt m.ilnliiino t.'.i
cliff dwelling. Fmra these fountain.
the scientist and llio poet, may diaw
liiipIi'Hlion and the - dreamer bi-
'" ciiiumo neii is aiiiMieu eigni
....!....... IA1..II I Il.a .A B I...1.A,
mtlei above on Beaver creek. Of thin
object 1 suall Ob nriel, ai lis rliarat'ter
is well known. I desire more espec
ially to correct some erroneous im
pressions, and claim priority iu the
ippllt'Rlion of the tape line for my
demonstration. - . "
Montesmua's Well is not an extltict
enter. Il is nearlf a round hole sit
uated nu or in a hill on the west bank
of Beaver creek.
Iu circumference at the f rim it io
1.400 feet, and therefore 466s feet In
The helgbl.of the cliff wall.Uken ai
a medium plain nnHhe north tide, fio n
the rlra to'the water is 83 feet, 8
Tbe dentil of the-water, hits-been re
ported by various' observers all the
way from 63 feet to a bottomless pit.
We took nine soundings, using tele
phone wire with a globular cast iron
sinker, marking at each sounding, and
iu every way possible seeking to avoid
error, and arrived at accuracy in om
Beginning at the southwest we took
three soundings along the sou lb sbltre,
when, reaching the east slime we
crosNed over to the north, taking three
inoie, then down Ihn center with
ihree soundings. I bin covering the en
tire Meld. Tlie following (able gives
the measurements on our line,
1st sounding . .,..., , 45 feet 0 Inches
Iiid " .j ........ 61 feet ". . . J
Srd - ...... .:'. , M feet 6 -incheH
ith " ... m feat Inches'
tth ' . SS feet 4 Inches
tth M 70 feet S laches
s .i 1 .ft-. .xJLlAx.
in iy brt niailn id the future. Our raft
atill fl ai upon tlm watrg of Mnnt
lunm'a Well, anil If anybody dusnes
tn verify or return llio 'above meaaiuv
meul, they art Invited to do so.
NEQBO EAVI8HER LYNCHED.
Urban Citizens llanic Mitchell lies
pita tbe Pretence of Troops.
Uubana, O, June 6 Never wh-
ibere BUrh a calamity In (his cilv as
that enacted at 9:30 this mnrniiig.
Two men lay dead; and six more are
seriously wouuded, W'th one more 'that
may ilie. . '
When the shooting occurred the at-
empi was being Made by a mob to en
ter the jail from i ibe. rear. The mili
tia wai iu thu hall -on the scond floor.
Uiguins, of West 'Liberty, and anotlier
iiihii, with sledge hammers had broken
I he glass In thi!i;oiK)r leading lo the
hall from whicitUhe jail is entered.
Suddenly the militia opened Are wi'b
nit warning aiHHIg,;liis fell back
witli the exitlanuiimi: "My God. I
am sliolP Theti followed the shorn
ing that broughLylHe others down.
The SprliiHWdtroiipi arrived ai
7:30 this morning and Immediate!
marvhed Inward Ibe courthouse. The
angry cliisnus. Incensed over the kill
ing of their towaatnan, were furthei
irritated by 'Uieaf (itmraiica uf more
troops. $ lt
Too crowd grmied the soldiers with
hootiiigs. mWIsJIs were thrown ai
the soldleni-aflMilmssn auiMarad nu
the streeis IJWriceTwunibers and their
presence' eieir tit be the incentive to
the ttMb'tofnfefygfl la -ib manner
the outrage toMr. Catinihr.
- Tile e'xciteUleiuft'itSiVrflX)fe9.ttt)lr
lliut HiMitlier-.telttsli between the rill
zeus and Hoopi sceiued inevitable lo
this ttnergmicy Msyor Gnnsou tooki
llio icpoii3ilillty of urduriog tbe
SprlugHeld company tnreitirn to the
depot. Ao ImmeillHtoi attack wan
made upon tle j ill and Miit-helli was
iu a monvut iu the hands of the mob
mid the uext minute be was hanging
from the nearest tree. Hundreds of
women witnessed the lynching,
ltoceutly Mrs. Eliza Ctunier, widow
of Hid late puulisher of the Urhana
D-mocrut, was criminally as-aulled by
Unas. Muchell, alia 'Click" Mitchell.
Feeling dlsgracrd, she wixhed to con
ceal thu ciiuie and had her ttou sweat
i out a warrant lor the uejrioM anem
jou the eliarM of rtilibery. Her
dition becoming alarming, it 1 1 sus
pired that Mitchell hud crimiu.illy
uskaultetl her and that ha was afflicted
with the inn't loathsome of diseases.
I'lie negro was arraigned last Wednes
day, but the victim was too ill to ap
pear iu court. He was takeu to her
lioiijo for Identification. As lie en-
cieil the disir She raised herself on
iler elbow and exclaimed: The brutet
liaug lilmi How darn you face: me, you
' Io-.lefaultofU.OOO ball Mitchell was
locked up. The mob was throwd off
ib I rail yestrilaf.by bringing Mitch-,
I into court in suuldier's ittiif riu.
Mi cliell was scared, plead guilty and
was sentenced to the limit of the law,
tO years. Mitchell wanted to go to
ibe penitentiary at Columbus quick,
i. lit when Ilie caniage drove up lo the
jail a crowd lushed iu to lynch liiiu
and auolhcr crowd surrounded the
depot. The thei iff niualiieil foi titled
iu the jail willi liii pilsoner while the
militia patioled about die gi omuls.
I'iim crowds ttiiultl not dispei bo and at
-2:30 it. iu. broke through thu lines of
soldiers and neiu about, entering ibe
jail when ihesoldieis opened lim.
In going down the Mepi oulside the
jail, Milchell Ml and the lope clipped
off hU neck; The crowd jtimpod on
I blm like a tlmiwand liuugry dogi af
ter oiie bime and the linie a kicked,
beaten and almost' killed.' 'Die rope
was quickly lipped over bis bead
again and a rush mads fur a tree aud
tb ' ..--. .-J...T4 feet I Inches
h " - 4-n Net 1 loch
tth - n mHmt
Wh curBrvd ths ealim laku to fm.
pletfly, thaf I i!o rmt, think tbln rejiuri
can vnrr' rrr niuoh 'fnira toy lit it
the end of I he rope, was Ihiuwu over a
sinnig iimii. A Ihousand strong
bands pulled the wrelch up. The end
of the rope wa tied to an Iron fenc-
and Mitchell was left hinging In full
view ol several thousand people to
WEALTH OF OPHIR.
Development or Enormous Mineral
Depoaita In Ilie Grand Canyon
Much addition ii being al traded lit
the recent nilneial discoveries mule in
and along the cret of l be Grand Gali
um of tlie Coloiado, Iu uoiiherii
Arizona, While the dfoeoreriei have
included gtp.llui, HKbeatiw, tfold illVer.
lead ami copier, tlie striker iu the Inst
named mineral have been so exteiis've
a id remaikable (aud those who have
been on the uroiiud slate and sav Is
abioliiiely wonderful) iu rlchnesi a-
ti jjlve led cnliei" 'he llrsl olace In
public Interest. The wilter la re'l-
able informed ihtt a lare uuinber of
claims have been quietly located, u I
of which show liuu-iMlly wide and e
teiiilvn copper ilepiils iu c.irlionac.
olli littie, the ores being chi. fit il
lll .it entirely, in fail, carle. nates
(tuzerite aud malachite) ami oxides,
ilie asay8 being umioially hi;b ixiy
and slxlj-live per cent. Copper l--Iii-l
lie gaugiie, coium uly, aay.i $12 iu
gold arii obtained from the ores.
The ieioils are encountered oi
Ibe crest of tlie canyon tirof, fifty
miles norlh of FlaiTslaff, wheie the
Aoi'a Copper Consolidated Cump.iut
his made the nioxt extensive develop
meiiis thus far iu tlm dUtilct. From
hat iliit the copper can Ih traced
per developm-ni work, a well as by
piomineiit cropping fiu Hfieen mllee
to Hie cant on. and feoin the rresl.to a
ileplll of he.ulv six Miou"itid feel into
tjto can will Itl-elf, lliroull witch ibe
IT i't'pi1ts jAtn, )HvmPI i" all the
-iratitied formatloui of liuicMoiie,
-andstone slid slnte clem into the
arrli.uu granite. ,
Many prospectors are, going iiilo the
oew district, aud with ihediscoverb-
tbus far made, the iitdicatious are thai
some of the most leinaikalile mineral
mmIcs ever known wjll e found iu ihi
mlgbiy chasm, which for a dl.-Uauce of
nearly two liuudied miles exposes lo a
depth of over six thousand feel, such
as the labor of or ingenuity nf m iu
never could and never will do
titader, think of It a shaft sunk six
thousand feed The entire straiitica
tlo n of the mother ill iiiotaiii, range ol
the American mountain range, from
whosu trcasuro vaults so maiiy.mil
lions have been prislm-cd, are here ex
posed. Phoenix Herald.
No State in the Un)ou owes more nt
its prosperity lo the railroads which
traverse and intersect it than Kansas,
Aud no Slate is so much indebted for
lis railroads fo outside capital. Tbe
citizens of Kansas. Jiave very little
capital. invested iu railroad property in
the Slate. It, is probably for this
reason tttat tbey are si. .willing., aud
eveui. anxious tlo regulate fares and
freights . upon a basis t that will put
upon tbe stockholders ,of the roads the
hiirdeu of furnishing, transportation
for Kansas cilizeus aud ibeir products
Hence the present Legislature has
under consideration a .bill establishing
maximum freight .'ales, the effect of
which will be, while,: securing .cheap
LEVI STRAUSS & GO.
FACTO RY-5 AN FRANCISCO -CAL.
ifa.. jgm r M ..ftzvl
fm IfNt ffTW' WWW P
OVERALLS AND SPRING BOTTOM PANTS-
EVERY 6 ARMENT GUARANTEED. ' S
IMPLOV OVCIf 330 01MI.S.
'.iii.Miiwi.iii.i I,- .ii,,--, n,,.,- ..,, . . . ... P '. ,L
(transportation for the Kansas people.
to rut entirely away all profit oaths)
Itii'ineM aud reduce, the railroad com
panies to bankruptcy and ruin. In
memorial address -tl to the Legislature,
('resident Ripley, of the Santa
r-'a.l, shows that for fifteen years,
i-overiuir the perlnl of deprrssion and
leeliue in all Values, Ilie freight rates
if that I old have been scaled down
until the compauv is barely able to
perate its property with profit on
oly a part of the vat expenditure of
m uiev sieiii iu lis liuililiug ami equip
ment. p allows further, that out of
every dollar Ids mule earns in Kansas it
pats I mck al once for labor about
seventy rem!, and elht cents ra ire)
for taxes. Out of $1 800,000 net earn
liius f ir 1895 iu Knna-i, he says, 800,
OOO was paid for Ktusas taxes. And
he very pertinently iuqulrei. What
mher hiiiiiie4 or indititry in Ktuas
wtstixed 41 percent of its iucomnP
The iioiivei iii ibis, of course, is that
s Mug as not a cent of It comas
I r-cily or indirectly out of Ktnsas
ItizeiH, but, on thu contrary, Ktnsas
ilizeiis deiive direct beuelit from it,
the Kausai L'ljlaliirrt will not be
ii erred from its purpose by any such
hjeciioti. The tre.tt work of coufii.-a-i'.ii
will go on, '
Tlm iiiemorial closes with an appeal
to ibe Kuiias Legislature, not to ad-M-ilise
in the world that invested cap
ital" is tmsitfi iu Kimai, or that re
sort of l hn court is oeeeSiary to pro
tect tlm rights of cii.-m agtlust tin
reasouablH demsgogUHS or honest but
ills aken agitators who iinsyina
wrongs that have no existence and
believe that the iiitercts of the Stat
eau lm hiIv,iucmI by driving, away j
capital or timfiscMiiiig the pmpe'rty of
theri" It is doubtful.' if tie appeal
will luve any effect, Hw r.irk I'rib-
Hop tor Ilurraut. v
5AWFlttKCi4CO. June 3.-It Is pot
ible that I'linHloif Dili i ant will not
liailgjlll lle diy set by III CUI t. for
fcitUyhis aiiotueys apieard;-bcfore
I'l'lgn (Gilbert (h the (Juilnlf plates
Supreme .ouri and appliml fir awrit
f siiperseileas for'Hie puriose nf stay-'
ilig exerulion of sentence, but'tbis was
denied by (he court. An application
for leave to appeal from this decision
o the Supreme court of tbe Uuited
States Was then in tdo aud granted.
Although it. is an open question
vhether. in view of the deutal of tna
rltiif siiiersedeas, this order of the
court neti as a Kiay of proceedings.
Attorney General Fitzgerald wired to
Warden Hale to take no action in the
premise, pending the appeal. As the
Jniied State supreme court does not
meet agaiu uutil Octouer next, tbls
virtually means a respite for sis:
mouths at least-
Weather and Crop.
The weather and crop report of tbe
Weaiber bureau glyesilhe following
for Flagstaff, J; Guthrie Savage mak
ing tlie report: , . , i ltj .
' Flagstaff There never I was cm fa
vorable seed lime iu this twniBtaia
regiou. Another week nf this Weather
and rano-hera will rest happily tor aa
abundant crop of' potatoes- and grala
hay,' the two chief products up here la
iA Mexicau by the name of LeaBdro
Diaz killed auotber .Mexican by the
name of Francisco Padiila in Jerome
on last triday night. The 'trouble
was,Qver,j woman. Hp to9h Tt,