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IiEVi JPAKSOXS MORTON. Naiied for Domination for President by the St Louis convention by Piatt, of N Y..rk. rMcKLNLEY & HOBART Continued from 1st page. St. Louia, June IS. Iilioois has de cided lo Enpport Cullom for Vioe-Presi dent. St. Louis, June 13 The conventior was called to order ai 10:30 a. m. St. Louis, June 18 Toe day brok bright bnd olear for the third and pro bably last day of the convention. Al preparations had been made to adopt the platform and nominate McK nlej before taking a recess. Before th bour of oailiog the o .invention, to order bad arrived the wilderness of seats ii the galleries were bltck with tbe earn donee crowd, sod tbe vwst ball roarer with, the dull ic Jescribubte noiee of thousands of bumnn voices. Tbe he' in tbe convention ball even before 10 . o'clock boame almost unbearable. Ai 10:30 tbe band elruon np a liveH number. Mark Hnona with his baDd on the staff of tbe Ooio delegation, just below tbe platform, be!d arjoal, burned and aoimated cor.suitat.icQ with tbe chief lieutenant's of the various delega tions. Governor Forsker, Chairman of tae Oumnitue od R-so!q lions', con sulted with Senator Lodge, Governor Alger, Governor Msrriam and others at the head of tbe main aisle immediately in front of tbe speaker's stand. Tbe lieutenala of Hobart and Evans, Vice Presidential candidates, wbo are pool iog tbeir issues against Morton, moved about among the delegates. ' After tbe prayer Chairman Thurston plunged into business by announcing that the first thing on tbe programme was the report cf the Committee on Resolutions, and called for "'Senator- eleot' Joseph B. Foraker," of Obio Foraker crowded to the front, climbed the Bl-eps to ttie Blags wbile the crowd , eent up a shrill yell. Tbe platform wbicb be began to reed nee, with a few immaterial additions, in its verbiage, tbe one telegraphed throughout tbe country by the -Associated Press Tues day night. A motron by Foraker, made to adopt the platform, wasoheered as one of the crucial momenta ct tbe convention wat at hand. Tbe chairman announced thai he would recogoizs to move the substitute for tbe mtj irity report, tb gentleman from Colorado, Mr. Teller. The name of Teller set the westerner wild. In little scattering squads dele gates sitting under tbe Colorado. Idaho. Utah, Nevads, California, Montana and some of those from Tennessee and other western and southern states jumped U their feet waving bats, fl. igs, umbrellas handkerchiefs and shrieking like mac man. Then there fell over the house x profound calm, for history was to be made, tbe political allegiance c f half 1 dvzia states burg on the moment, snc to whole asst mb!y recognized it. Tb people listened while the clerk proceed ed to read , tbe substitute to the plat form as follows: "Toe Rpablioia pirty favors the uef of both gold and silver as equal standard money and pledges its power to secure free, unrestricted and indepecdsrt o inage of silver at our mints at tbe ratio of 16 par's silver to one of gold ." Teller as he stood on the plBtforra tr make bia Baal protest to the R-pub - lioo party against the adoption of tb gold 6tftDdtrd policy was a strikim figure. Tail and gnunt, be wore the old fashioned frock coat of the old tim statesman; bis f c whs deep furrower with lines. A'. 11:45 Teller finished the speech. Tnen loud calls for Foraker and the obair reer'gnize bim. H mured to lay the substitute on tb table and ws seconded by Lndge. Tbe motion being put Colorado demands roll call and roll call was ordered on tbe motion to lay on tbe table. ox. uuuii, june is tne vote re sulted in a total of 924, yeas 818J, nays 105J. Sr. Lotris, J una 18. The second vote on the adoption of tbe financial plank resulted in a total of 923. yeas 812W. As the names of Teller, Dubois, Can non, Har,maon, Pettigrew and Cleve land, of Nvbd, were read there were hisses. At tbe conclusion of tbe vote Teller and Cannon shook bands with Thurston acd others, bidding tbem good-bye. Tne bolters walked out amiM cheers. The following delegates walked out: The entire delegations of Colorado Bnd Idaho; from Us.h tbree dalegstesjSouth Dakota, Pettigrew; Hirtroen, of Mon tana ;Cieveland aad S'trother, of Nevada. Then followed a scene of great con fusion. The announcement tbat the delegates from Montana did not go out but wanted recognition caused a great cheering. There were loud calls for Mantle to come to the platform. Quiet being restored Mantle said all the dele gates from Montana hnd not felt justi fied in walking out, but tbey declare they cinnot approve or endorse the floanolal plank. Mantle said the Mon tana delegation is divided. Some oon- tinue to participate, while others remain silent. Senator Brown, of Utah, took the door. He says three of the Utah dete ction have gone and three remain and '.be altercates will take tbe plos of 'be delegates who are gone, and remain loyal to the party. St. Louis June 18 Too platform, as whole, was then voted upon. Tbe Chairman said: "All in favor of the adoption of the platform will say aye." Aye! came in one sonorous burst. There was on faint no, and the oheers were broken into by a clamor of expeotanoy vith tbe people climbing upon chairs od pressing forward for a view of tbe s;lver delegates. Cries of "down in front," and "or ler" added to the oon f usioo. Fjraker nominated McRinley, finish ing at 3:50; Thurston seconded tbe ooroiofttoo. Rill call of Spates for placing in nom ination cardidates for President was then made.' Bell win, of Iowa, takes tbe stand to nominate Allison. Trie roll ci'l for President has been ordered. The balloting has proceeded so fir with MoKmley 396, Reed 62 Tbe vote including Ooio staods 467J. Tbe otber states 00 tbe roll bave noi been called. There is a great demon stration. Tbirty seven states were called, in oludiDg Ohio; two were silent and eight abpent. Tbe vote stood: McKmiey 531J., Rd 76, Quy 6l4, Morton 57, Allison 26, Cameron 1. Tbe total corrected vote is as follows For McK'oley 661J . Reed 8i4, Morton 58. Quay 61, AllUoa 35, Cameron 1 Absent. Senator Lodge moved to make tbe nomination unanimous. Governor Hastings of Pennsylvania seconded tbe motion. Lodge's motion is carried. Tbe following nave been placed rn nomination thus far for the vice- presidency: Evens, of Tennessee; L'p etr, of Rhode Island; Hobart, of New Jersey; Buckley, of Connecticut. Virginia presents the name of J. A. Walker. 7:01 p. m. The roll of states is order ed fof a ballot on Vice President. St. Locis, June 18. 8 p.m. Hobart of New Jersey has just been nominated for vice-president. Kullei ins. St. Louis, J'.:ne 17 .Convention Hall. Foraker presents tbe platform at 10. i6 a. m. The platform declares tbat tbe erist ng gold standard should be maintsin- d, opposes the free coinage of silver. hedges protection of Amerioan iodos- riee, favors reciprocity and j let reta iation, endorses Harrison's administra ion, denounces Democratic rule, favors roteotiog Amerioan eugar, en lorees .be Monroe doctrine, extension of civil ervice, opposes the use of money for ectarian purposes, favors liberal pen nons, advooates government construe .ion of the Nioiragua canal, favors re ttriotion of immigration and favors rood offioes and aotive interposition for -estoration of Cuba. Clause in tbe platform favoring sound noney was loudly applauded. Tbe platform also denounces tbe ac 'ion of the present government in arbi trarily reduoiog pensions and list of lensions. Tbe platform restriots immigration to .hire who can read and write. The Illinois delegation hue voted to upport Hobart, of Naw Jersey, for vioe- iresident. Foraker moves tbe adoption of tbe 3latform . Teller rises to objsct amid great cheers ind confusion. Teller tnves a substitute for the Inaooial plank, favoring the use of gold -tod silver as equal standard and tbe 'ree unrestricted coinage of silver at the ratio of 16 to 1. Teller takes the platform to enpport his motion and is listened to with great attention. Taller says the progress of tbe couo- ry depends on the recognition of sil ver. Teller says its as important es "wbe tber this conntry should have been divided under two flags." Teller's various points are being loud ly obeered. Teller says the financial plank would lower tbe price of farm products and tbat a protective tariff can't be main tained on a gold standard. Teller says he believes a large major- I lty of tbe people of this country favor stiver. Teller says he believea the adoption of a gold standard will work great bard ships and tbat the welfare of tbe peo ple is at stake in this ooctest. leller announces that be cannot sup port any nominee on a gold platform. Teller announces tbat be will be forced out of the party if gold prevails and says he may never address a Nat ional Republican convention again. Teller finishes and Foraker takes the platform and moves that tbe motion to tbe BUbsituta be laid on tbe table. Tbe roll call of States is ordered on For aker's motion. California votes against laying tbe subsitute on tbe table. Foraker's motion to lay Tellet's sub stitute for tbe fioanoial plank on the table oarried by 830 to 93 against. Foraker moves tbe previous question on tbe adoption of the platform. Tbe vote for tbe previous question oarried. Tbe roll of stales is ordered on tbe question of tbe demand of Idaho that the financial plank be voted on separate ly from tbe rest of the platform. Cannon anncuocesthe withdrawal of Utah from tbe convention. Much oonfusioo, cheers and hisses. Chairman Thurston says the Republi can party does cot fear any deo!artiorj. Great cheering by nearly nil delegates and visitors 00 tbeir feet. Cannon announces tbe names of tbe persons signing tbe statement which are these who presented the minority report. Several of tbe states are marcbiou out of tbe convention amid great excitement tbe audience singing the Red, White and Blue. About thirty or forty of the delegates from tbe silver states bave gone out. A part of the Utah delegates have gone and the alternates u.ke tbeir places. The chairman announces facpfciously tbat enough delegates seem to be left to do business. Oie delegate from Montana stays in tbe convention. The motion to vote oa the financial plank separately carried. The fiaaoial pUak of the platform was adopted. Trie btlaooe of the plat form was adopted Cinnon of Utah, takas tbe platform for a personal efctte orsat rgardin? the platform adopted Cannon aonnunoes that the minority should not yield on this question. Can nonstyatha action is outrageous and releotleasoa the p-trt of the majority in favor of gold. 1:05 p. to. Givermr Hstiogs tik.? the pU'forTt to prasaat the nams of Quy of Pennsylvania. Hastings fin ished and the mention of Q jay's name oitc&ad quite a demonstration. Bh Mrfcon and Cullum have with drawn from the V'0-Presidency race. Diomastration for Qjy continues, tbe Pennsylvania delegates leading on it. 2:29 p. ni. Souf.b. Carolina seconds the nominasioa' for McK . a ley. Rs oewpd cheering. The roll cill of States is ordered for ballot for President. A'nbima cast?, Morton 1, Reed 2, McKoley 19. California, 18 for McKioley. Colorado, 00 vote responded. , D wn to Georgia, Mi K;nley baa 96, Reed 9. Morton 1, Quay 2. Florida's vote c.nalleoged and roll of State called. Georgia's vote challenged and roll of State oil led. Vota of Alabama challenged and roll of State ordered. Pennsylvania was called amid consid erable cheering. Depeweays Morton cannot accept tbe vice presidency unless it cams unanim ously. 3:10 p. m. Ohio is called amid general cheering. Delegates and audience are on their feet throughout the building SENATOR WILLIAM B. ALLISON Nimed for nomination for President by the St. Louis convention by dele gate Baldwin of Iowa. aod tbe immenee demonstration oonti nuous. Cbeerirg continues as Foraker tikes the platform to present the name of McK nley, r.f Ohio. 3:12 p. m. Foraker has just begun his speech and the house is quietitg down. Foraker 'a mention of Mk-Kinley csused a storm of applause over the conven tion. Plumes are being waved, hdrn b'owing and cheering everywhere. The demonstration is becoming more pro nounced. 3:21 p. m A grent majority of tbe delegates are on tbeir feet cheering, waving handkerchiefs, hats and feather plames. Tbe demonstration begins with renewed vigor. 3:32 p. m. Tbe eon, wbiob has been uodrtr a cloud, has jue; burst out end flooded tbe convention hall with its refulgenoy. Tbe audience is singing Marching Through Georgia.'' There is hardly tbe possibility of a doubt cow but that McKoley will be nominated on the first ballot. Tbe (.udienoe is singing "The Battle Cry of Freedom." Cheering is renewed and the audience has broke into singing "America." Tbe Audience is singing "cstar Spangled Banner." The noise has completely drowned the baes band and orchestra. 3:35 p. m By calls for order nod vigorous pounding by the chairman the audience is beginning to quiet down. 3:36 p. m. Applause and cheering has broken out efresb and the chair man'e gavel oennot be heard. 3:37 p. m. Cheering continues with out any abatement of strength . 3:41p.m. The audience has broken into singing "Dixie.'- A man has just walked along the reporters' desk with a Napoleon hat amid great cheering acd luugbter. 3:45 p.m. The convention ie quiet- leg down somewhat. 3:47 p. m. Foraker has resumed bis speech. Tne announcement of McKinley's vote causes great obeerincr, the dele gates and audience are on their feet and oaooon is firing outside. Senator Lodge moves to make Mc Kinley's nomination unanimous. Gov ernor Histiogs, of Pennsylvania, sec- onds Lodge's motion. 6:10 p. m Piatt rss to second tbe motion to make McKinley's nomina tion unanimous. Great cheering. Iowa also seconded the motion. Chauocey Depsw n!so seootds the nomination. Loud oal'e haviDg been made for bim. Loud oilis for Hannn. On rising was loudly cheered. 6:12 p. m. Itl'jKmlc j'a nomination is made unanimous by a rising vote. Nominations for Vice-President were called for. Rhode Inland presents name of Gover nor L'ppolt. 6:42 p. m. Teaneasen presents H Clay Ebcs. C:45 p. m. Kot,uiky seconds the nomination of Evans. Feesenden presents the name of Bulk leys of Connecticut. Ndjv Jersey presents tbe .name of Hobart. Illinois seconds Hobart'a nomination. CLOSED DOWN, Tbe Old Dominion Alining Company Suspends Operations. The expected has happened. As n result of the preoipitate end intemper ate action of some of the miners on the night of June 1, in compelling Superin tendent Parnail, by threats of personal violenoe, to accede to their demands, which were deemed unreasonable, an order was received by telegraph Tues day n:glt, from the office of the 00m pany io Boston, direoting Superintend ent Parnail to shut down the mine aod smelter and oay off at once. Instruc tions were promptly obeyed ; all woik m tbe mine was suspended at 3 o'clock a. m , and the furnaces blown out at 7 o'olock a. m. on Wednesday. Only f. u- men Bre retained at the mine to keep the pump in in operation. Wood contn-c s have been suspended, and tbe sawmill will, in a l likelihood, be closer) down within a dy or two. Coke haul ing will probably continue until ml ooke cow in iransU baa been delivered be re. Superintendent Paroall baa no in formation of tbe intentions of tbe com pany further than the brief instructions contained in toe telegram referred to, and while expressing regret at tbe turn affnirs have taken, declines to bnzard n opinion as to tbe duration of tbe shutdown. However, tbe general im pression is and appears to have some foundation that the suspension will continue for some time, probably for several months, and that when work is returned is will be cantiaed to develop meot of tbe mice. Public sentiment seems to bave un dergone a great change during tbe past week, and especially since tbe peo ple who bave a direct interest in tbe welfare of Globe have come to realize tbe possibility of a long continued bus pension and the disastrous eff .-ct which it must bave upon every business in terest, as well ao tbe tendency to d s couraga the investment of capital in other mioirg enterprises. LOCAL NOTES. Cit,lbuyer Mills will ehip twelve airs or c ittle to LMnver tomorrow over be north and south rood. Probate J udge tjrouse this mnroirg iepued a marriage license to A J Diges nf Tempe, and Effie M. Stub'ng, late of Iowa. Tbn Arizona Improvement Company this morning shipped a oarlofid of extr fine apricots to Cb:c igo, where it is ex pected a good price will be received for them. Superintendent M. J. Nugent of the Territorial prison, writes Governor Franklin that tbe loss by tbe recent fire it, the prison will not ngjrregate over 31500. The only property desroyed was tbe bui'ding and a portion of tbe electrical apparatus including tbe dyonmo. Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair. MM1 MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. 40 Years the Standard, . '-miikr wm FOOL'S GULCH. Development Work on Planet and Saturn. the GOLD CLAIMS. Another Great Arizona Gold velopment mow Being Opened np. I)e- Within sf,'ht; of Congress Ststion, to the east, four ci'les, io located the Placet Sa'urn Gold Mining Ccmatuy. Sup erintendent W. A. Clark's practical mining experiauca will eni.b!a thu corr- oany to euecsssf u !!y operate these mires. E-ght mouths of woik oa th lila'tne has given tC9 company assurance cif she permar.eccj of the or, nr,d Wm. MacGregor, uati! recently tbe mt-.ttl-lurgistfor the Congress CTrnpsry.is cow eiisl working the ores. MacGiegor ime been with tbe Congress mina for several years end ia well acquainted with the character or the Pjanet-oaturo ores; it is believed to be the same ledge. The plant for the company will be erected as soon as the - metallurgist makes his report. Tbe men of this enterprise seem to be very practical sod must know by what method tbe ore is to ba treated b&fore erecting a plant. Most of tbe work bas been done on the Planet as the ledge was more prominent, but the work on he Sirurn, for the depth, hi.s as good a showing. The work on tbe Planet, beginning 00 the west end, ooosists of a ehaf t 14-3 foet sunk on the ledge. The ledge increased in width from the top and at the bottom is three feet. At the bottom of this lio foot shaft two drifts were run 80 feet east aod west. The drifts enoocctered the lrdi(e four feet wide. Tbe next shaft to the east is also on the ledge at a depth of 295 feet. The SO foot drift, from the 145-foot shaft on tbe west enters this shaft A steam hoist is operatirg in this 295-foot shaft. The main ebbft is sunk on tbe divid ine line of the two claims and ie down 130 feet. No better timbering and facilities for handling the ores can be found. A break occurred in tbe main shaft at a depth of 200 feet but at a cross-cut of 100 feet the ore body was struck. Oa tbe Saturn, 300 feet east, a shaft is down 195 feet in the ledge. Tbe ledge at this po;ot does eft vary from tbat of tbe west end of the Planet. At a depth of 175 feet a level of 300 feel was run, oocneotiog with the main shaft. A wir was s ink in tbe center of this level 70 feet, acd in tbe face of the wir ze there is a lrde of over rive feet. The ledge is oxydisod to a depth of 80 feet. Tbe veins run northeast and southwest and lies between granite walls. The mines are located Bbove tbe gulcb high enough to erect a mill. Tbe mill will be convenient to the mines. Superintendent Clark-thinks be has de veloped a good supply of water for all purposes. Tbe company's buildings are built on a flat below the mine. The bous-i for the company consists of three rooms and- an offioe, with a porch and well furnished. A small adjunct received Mr. Clark's particular care, and was built as a speoial favor for the Presi dent of the company. It is highly polished and varnished msiue. it is not ooly beautiful but useful. Tbe boarding house deserves a good word. The building will seat 100 men. V wide porch proteots it from the 6U0. Screens oover the windows and doors, freeing the food from the flies . Tbe kitchen bas a handsome range and other conveniences. A b8th room is omneotd with the range. The water for the kitoben conies from a well in tbe gulch near by and is forced up some 20 feet into a tank. Tbe room for keeping butter, lard, meats and other perishable goods is built of double adobe walls three inches apart with ventilatore"on the side acd top. Miss Hinnah Kele her rfceaives credit for tbe management of this exoelisnt eating bouse. Tbe company has built a nic-'i eot tige for Mr. M-rcGregor and his family. The mn working for the ootnpmy live io tents. It is contemplated to build cottages for the employees this fall. From the tanks aS the mine to the of 6ce tbe elevation is 200 f-et. Pipe ie luid with two hose stat ons in case of fire. Tbe water siipply for tbe tanks is from the well sonk 46 febt in grsDite and will eurp'y the mill. Mr. and Mre. J. M. Martin are ready to lodjre aod feed visitors at the camp. T. J. Hill runs the only etsg;e from 1 he railroad. Mr. Hdl is obliging and hns goc d wagons aod horses acd will interest you oa tbe way with tbe early history of tbe country. Charley Minett', an experienced miner, is located here in a fcood building ind in receiving his share of the trade. J. H. Price- has put up a largn tent and is ready to srve beer on drnught. H O.'HuffiufiD, a widely known saloon noun, has a ce;it. uuiiuiog una is doing well. James Harvey has been m the camp for some time ecd thinks bis business will ensble bim to make a mine. There are eonw 60 men employed, find among them a faw families. The wages are S3 per day. The yarntll ruim throe miles east of the gulcb, is working about, fifteen men. fhey ore geMlrg 82.75 per d.iy. Pia- oent3s is 8iid to cumber 40 men. This s beyond Ynrr.e!i some Eve miles. J. W. Bjdrso, of tbasouthern country ban several !oa itions in the Fool's Guicb country that wul be of vidua . William Mur:)'.y ia foremna ot the Plunet Sato ,-c Ootnpany. llady J. Lnnaer, an old resident of Florence, ia pour; d icg tlio dri! '. R chard Dpp is with the Plaeritos Com pny. H B Pinching is working for the Congress. MiXABKLES IiiA"OL.T. A Nomberlof White Ifople Mae sacred. Capetown, June 18. A new outbreak of natives of Matabeland baa occurred between Umtali acd Siiiebury. At a meating in tbat vioinU.y on June 9ih, of a cumber of Chiefs endar Makoni uil except four agreed to revolt, and several whites were murdered. THE TERRITORIAL TREASURY. Treasurer Coin Expresses his Ideas on the Matter. He Will Xot be Kicked out till M13 Courts Say he DInst Go. A reptvantative of tbe !7kkai.i t'. d.s eii'ltfd 00 Hon. P.J. Cole, Territoria Treasurer, acd wsUed him if he hsd ocy- kbir-g to eay r.boufc th erlic'a which ivM'er.rPU in the Gazette this cauroli g. 'Ii refr.vd to tht rto;- cccubing cdo of hoidmc 8i30 000 ;n the tre'if ur 9-itbont udvertisitu tnd rnyirjr w-if runts, I will sty thftt t bout, 600,000 of tbis urn; uat beiorij to epfcinl fund'-, aud oanntit be used for cAiiij-g out standing warrants, ard the biUi:Oi h.it-t-jeo he-Id peudir;. ji fj?cid on of a Ctifii wbicb wae brought- B-d tried tsorithe ago in the D etri6t- Cc-nrt. In justice tc Judgs B iker, I will ey th.it I know tbat be bas been repeated ly urged by both Governor Hughes nrd Governor Franklin, or their representatives, to withhold his decision in this case, and used as argument that 8 decision migbl do great harm to the credit of the Tr-r- ritory.for the reascD that it i.-i s'jppose tbRt the decision would be in favor of calling the old warrants and there wouid then be no money ia the genrsi fund to piy the -warrants Utu-'d since January 1st, 1S06, and for the fuither reason thet the Board if Lionu Oomors sioaera expsor, to pny nil wurranSs issued prior to January 1st, 1896, which Hzgra gBte about 8300,000, from the proceeds of the siilsof bonds, which tbey are now offering for eile." " Wby dor'c ycu aok a prompt deci eion?" ' "I desired a p.-.'ompt decision to tbit oese as it would define ny duties in tbit matter but bshev jcg tha tbs ioten i.iors of both Governor Fraijklui nd Governor Hughes in this matter were for the general gotid of iba Teriiiocy, I did not. rfqiftf, a prt-ropt decision." "What is G :vrr.or Franklin's desire in this maiter? " 'SiLCa my rotu;n from New Vork I had u couverfifttioa with Governor Franklin on the vary subject wbicb wbs brought out by au i'.nai uhich appeared in the Gazette, whih in eobstance was "Why doii't the Governor mi-.ke bit Treasurer disburse the funds in be possession. Tbe Governor wes quite inditn-iot at the item referred to and said that be could cot see why Leiic allowed such stuff as that to appear in his pupor, as Lieitch certainly knew tba if tbe Treasurer should ch.ll tbe back warrants that it would defeat the ob ict wbicb tbe looan rjommission was worltirg so bard to accomplish." ' Is there cot an attempt to manufso ture public opinion in the case?" "The attempt to manufacture public opinion egaiost me through papers which have bad practically all of the Territorial patronage, is a surprise to me, for, to question my aotiocs in this matter is to question tbe court, and am confident tbat the court bas with held its decision in this case through the urgent request of the Governor End Territorial cfEc.alsend believed it to be for toe geDert.1 good of tbe Territory. "It is reported that Tom Farish is up pointed to your office." 'Tom Farish appeared tb.19 mornicg and demanded the ctrce and stateo tbat be bad put 110 a S40.000 bona. 1 am under bonds for $340,000 aijd refused to rorgoiz him on ibe ground that the Governor has no power to remove me ct not. even to fill vacancies pxeeps when oauied tiv resi2n(.t'Oo or death, ija'er in the dv I whs served by the sheriff with "notice in proceedirea to vacate. propose to go into court and fiht thf-. cise to a finish." Round. Host &rac:s Lanffhintr eyes. frrm-8 foil of vigor sad elasticity, are bWsinGB ultairable by the ca- dvorons. the hairprd sod tho dyerepti'c who try th--t wieet of experimPDtfi an experiment whose hapry outcome is certified to by myriads viz., a nocrse of fc'osteiter's Sff rrach Bittfrs i t- mptly bpRnn ind et-nd!y pHrued. Th'ere is no tonio comparable to it in f 3ic!-Dcy, eodo more agreeable and speedily beneficial. The norrons an dyapeptio, eefferers from malari3. rhfximatismt oonetipatloa, biHorsneBi apd kidney troa Ilea are rapidly aired by the Bit ters, and it is one of ihe bpst utratjB of count eracting tbe eff icta of excessive bo-lily or tal fatiie. and vet. or Irclemect weather, rersone o sedentary hebits find it a most use ful vivifier and recrnterator of exhausted energy. TJsa in in ordar to sleep ell, eat heartily and digest thoronehly. 1 hysiciacs verywhore spea In hiart, term" of it. TEUBIXOKlAb HJ.MJhVG DOXDS The Lonn Cnmmist-ion f. ct a bale. Hop!) to iLf- The Li?an Commission w?rs ogain in Bseion yesterday and an agreemsot wh.s reached by wbicb it is hoed tb3 saie of the bonds will be perfected. The bonos, which bave baen s?ct to Europe, have been recalled and others will be issued should a sale be mda The snle had ben perfected to the poiDt where a larce forfeit h-.d beeo by the intending purchases, and tbe deal only failed wheu tbe purchasere leoroed that Sa;sor.good & Meyer were Biding the Territory for $'0,C0!) deposited by them ns a forfeit in ihe bond desl wbicb tniled some time ngo, Bed wbicb tbe Territory refused to return to abem. It w.-!S decided to efives a com promise with Meters Saasorgood & Meyer, by which the Territory should be rein-bursr-d for oli expenses and tba bslecc of the 810,000 returned to Seasoogood & Msyer. This compromise is eatisfact oiy to ell parties aod a settlement wiii at onoe be made. Mr. Frost, the gentleman, who is minf gicg t be sole of the bends, is cr-p-cte.d in Phoenix next Monday, when all preliminaries will be arrocged and a nev deul by wb ch the sale of bonds is hojjsd to fcp m'd will b instituted. Pon't bo lmposeil Upon, when you psk for Doctor Pierce's Gol den .Medical JJ:socvery. Uo to a reli able denier. Ha will sail you wh&t you unt. The ones who have something else to urge upon you in its place are thinking ot the extra profit tbej'ii irake. These things puy them better, but they don't care about ycu. None cf these substitutes is "just as good" as tbe "Disoovery." That is tbe only blood-cleaner, flsh-builder, and streKgth-restorer no :ir-reachiag aud so uafriiiiog in itar-fforts thnt it oan be gtiurj,nt-:ed. Ta the most stubborn ekio, ecilp or tcrof uiousaff jotione, or in every di.-ensa tbafS" caused by a torpid liver or by impure b!ood--it effects per fect and permereni3-ires mn -r-i r i'-J-'i - l M i - "".'Use 1 in Iti 1 if "It's a Good TKing:. & & 1 ' ' '.Lji? r . .r.tT-"- Why buy a newspaper unless you can profit by the expense? For 5 cents you can get almost as much "RATTT.rt AX" as vou can of In i 1 other high grade brands for 10 cents Herefs news that will repay you for the cost of your newspaper to-day. 1 i mm Si m I ;i i It' tiir- h Is the remedy you need, of equal service in all mild or chronic LIVER, KIDNEY and FEMALE TROUBLES. For saio everywhere at CI. CO par bottle. THE DR. J. H. MCLEAN MEDICINE CO., ST. LOUIS. WO. For Sala at Keefer's Everybody TEXAS PACIFIC and IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE TO Chicago, St. Louis, New Orleans - ALL -:- POINTS -:- BAST Because it superior. iwirteous 0 tions can utation of being the most popular These are a few of the reasons time cards, rates or any information pertaining to freight o passen aer business, apply to Gaston Mesliek, G. P. & T. Agt., B. F. Daebyshire, Gen. Agt., El Johx C. Lewis, T. P. A., Austin, CALIFORNIA. DEMOCUATS. Tbe Convention Hard at Vi orlc To day. Sacramento, June 13 Aftsr beictric Bueion uati) long nrter tnidniKDC ids D-ajoorHtin Stste convention reassem bled nt 9.-;;0 this raorniriK. Jo6bfi!fof the dl(r.sts-8 were praseot, tttid votir.e was conducted by proxies. Wiilirim Orai?, of S in Francisco and H WorB- Oinv. of Los Adk;i!pp, ware tom'nnted for Pissids-in'.ia! els-Ctors. Wo:-kmRD eci;hdrew aod J. Htmilton.of Piscer county, was eub--fcitutpd. wniirttn Wilire. A. Gricootti, A. Barrett, and A. M. McCoy, of Twhajin, were eleeffd nternnte deUjj.ites.Rt-lnrne to tti Criiccgo oonvnetion. Dr. John b . Morsp, of Snn Frnnoieco, and benator I'vtk!', of Meodooico, were eleo ed :ttrnuta. William T. Jeter, of S-ntn Cruz, was norainaied by acclamation for L'putenfint Governor. Sacramento. Jane 18. J. M;irian Brocks of Lj )3 Aocrsles, iotrod uo-d a re solution binding tbe dslfcj?atioa to tbe unit rule. Senator Burk of Saota Cruz, proposed s'ubstitute which wap ftdopted iu3truc",irK the dwlcgstion to observe tbe uuit rule ao f-ir as the free ooinipe of pilver is eocorned, in other matters to b-s jfiiided by tbe platform adopted by the S'.-Rtu coriventi'-n . At 11:15 the convention adjourGid sine die. D1EU ys NtiW YORK, A California Stan Iies in the Kst. New York, June 13. Gs'i&ril W. M. Dimorid, of Ciliforr.-ia National Guard, died at, the Gi'eT hiui tod.iy. STAUi$t;i UK.UH, A Los Angeles Tragedy Occurs is RIorriing. Los Akcikles, June IS. J. V. Wat Ice a clerk tit the P,iO:fia Crocker? store, teas otabbed and killi Hi ( mornirsr in t'!e store by II. B. Dibble, tbe city Eisiptman for the company The two had quarreled and Wallace w&s chasing Dbla with a t.iitoret. WAflTEIrf 1 DEA oltS thing to patent? Protect your ideas ; thc-vnia? briuir you wealth. Write JOHN WED'DElt BIJKX fc CO., Patent Attorneys, Washington, D. C., tor their S1.S00 prize oiler. 11 U,r , Push it Along.' rjj i j ii itJ I til 1 1 ii LLI1 Ul m Liver and Kidney Diseases Are manifested by BACKACHE, RHEU MATISM, LOSS OF APPETITE, FOUL TONGUE, BAD BREATH, WEAKNESS. LOSS OF ENERGY and CHRONIC CATARRH OF THE THROAT. Dr. J. H. MCLEAN'S LIVER AND KSDF4EY BALSV1 Opera Bonsa PliarHiRj. Takes The AND - is the slioitest. Its equipment is It has the best scenery. It has and Dolite trainmen. Its connec- be depended npou. It has the rep line in the South- why peopl prefer it. If you wish Paso, Tex. Dallas, Tex. Tex. KILROY'S New Patstlno Advertising and Rel Estate Exchange Is Well K.rownTn-ough.out the United States and Canada, Room 313. Fleming Flock, Phoenix, Arizona. Agt-iit for White srr." Anchor" -ntl 'Cun ircl Uwnmship 4.itit,H, t',oiu and t All i'uri at tlur.ipn and SOUTH AFtCfCA. OlILU FIELDS. B) wr89 to lay! 'Tii ata49str (ieT'jr; uext day 'h- i1-! tr toI az will plad Ihaa oa till wi, torn U p'lsaed -t-, yi lif-i.' At th exence ef ciotism. which la t raotical meaare in wn- t - tAi b;- p5".:ci perflon&. the Naw Pa;e3fctn5 enry ha placod on the m rkjt f r our own people daring the present rpite, vie: tho neit ninety ua,n ?()Q ni y lot WrlSi f it, wi ,hia tire min;ito walk ot'tbo 00 rc hon-e, ery oae a pBtoot item, and defy competition o;lh-r ia troxiuiiry to basiuees "Pbtor or irio. qaaiity eoil or portaot draime?. We einpliisTzo every 8jllnilin tils above .ntences. Esch lot has a peif.ot growth o' al.aflu and provided with ps'-fejtiy sr ulil str.-'s aad avenues ricgiuc irtm bl) lo ICO foot wido, all losato'1 b.-ten Cfntnr Bt'oet aad Hnvanth Avenue onemignr say iu tfte heart of thn city. JPric!: On the'inftnl'mect plan, range frcm $'JD to $103 esoh, payable $10 moo h y. lo the iuecrtanio aad pcadaut wife and ml h -r it means a lovely hm- and thd forever sre-.p. iaff of e2.irbitant rente for poor aoaoniiouaft' iocs in room and hoaa6; to the yourify i.-i.n Mid laly oarainK m jney, with an eyo in thc h-a 1, it means the nenciea of a t ortane, n& h-ts beoa the case ia dozens of otheroitleB in tne past. To the ont nide morchant. octciemn and miner, one of the er.f8tiavc8tmetiiB oosai-le, not onty as a home ons 2atr oa surer tUun either of his pcenent parnuus a hiatorod fiul. To yoav eaotorn friend with a huiirei d illara lj ins idle it meat,B a thonstnd. In thort, at the preuen: time, it ig "AnAiigeU's A'isit" to tbe Wiao AS IT IS A STERX ADM0XI3HMEXT TO THE CARE LESS. "'That you have read ihii over oaiefolly, if at -.11 iot'iieii lin tiiis phenomonally weclthy o .iy and Territory, is presumed. N iv, iiow to Secure its Benefits Kemaiug Only. Snd 1CC to the Flioenix Jsntional Hank, this city wiih inctrnctions tbat jon want a wa ranty Uted and abstrotof Title for one or mo. -e of iheee lovely iota. Tie bank w Jlre'nrn yontheeame. SoriBk:bnthF n-.iccia'; d;Tpen sa'ion tie neaoles of a fortune ihro-trn a yoni wy, for which w.tain ou yew 10a wia thank oar agency. Tell yoar friends.