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PHCENIX, MARICOPA COUNTY. ARIZONA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, -JULY 2, 1896. NEW SE1UES VOL. XXII. NO. 27. "Thb Court" stands by the (Governor. The politioBl'microbe ia beginning to get in its work on tba boys. Tccson will calibrate tbe Glorious f Fourth with appropriate eclat. " Tun "hniler nlate" announces that it is "a newspaper and cot an organ;" a j very neossBary bit of informistion to the J publicf. . Oub esteemed citiz-jo Burt Dunlpp wb.6 went to St. Louis as a delegate from Arizona, ia. rustioatiog ia Ohio for a month. Our Democratic brethren r.re deter mined to "dwell together . in unity" if When Delegate Merpby got the woik of the Fundirg Act of 1S9C and 1801 validated he did just whiit the honor able people of the Territory asked him to do through a memorial of the Legis lature unanimously j-a3a8d and a peti tion of tba people. The citizen that would repudiate a debt mude and main talced in good faith is simply tbe mtn who would b-t a thief if he had the courage; be ro.ba hia 'neighbor bscauee he can, wiibout punishment. they have to fight for it; and that's what they are doing. , Every Republic in paper in the Terri tory is 6tacd:Dg squarely op by the McKinley ticket.- Thy nelieve in tne Republican party and have coEfidecce that the party will do the best thing for the country Bt all times ond under all cirouoistaccaf?, ncd that silver will in due time be restored in a, way. that it will stay restore d. cot Ocb Djmocratio friends need worry about the lack of Republican - thusiaem. Redob! ores have too much snnd sound sense to work themselves Inin n rfnnsftroks at this sessou. Lifter there will be plenty of Republican enthusiusia and, whet ia more import ant, it will ba baokei by votes enough tn !ol McKioley and Hobart. Jour nal-Miner. . The i;i is up. Tbe Court sustains Gov. Franklin in- every instance acd the "boy 6" must walk the log: In other words the Governor has power, under Acts of the Legislature and the organio law, to Bre an appointee of that offioe, at will, ard he has the will, it appears, to make extensive changes, It is to be hoped that be will have the will to see that tbe Territory begins the payment of its cutetsnding war rants. . . ' The Hon. Jao. W. Dorrirgton is one of the Republican committee from the Natbnal Convention who will officially notify Hon. Win. McKinley of bis no mination by that convention for Pres ident of the United States end the same oommittee will bIbo officially notify Mr. Hobart of his nomination for Vice President. Arizona is well represented on that committee. - About the oddest thing in the present political situation is that elthough.Mr. Cleveland said in his broadside against the silver Demcorata that his only de sire hereafter was '"to be a private in the party ranks," the belief is generally held in the east that he is willing; to ao oept the Demooratio nomination again, even upon a silver platform. This isn't complimentary to Mr. Cleveland, but it is the faot all the same. The Star intimates that Col. Zabris kie announces that he was about per suaded to" walk out of tbe St. Louis convention with the bolters. If that was true there were eleven sound, stal wart Arizona Republicans there who were not in tbe least danger from such influences. They were Republicans who believed in making their party what it should be rather than to exper iment with the unknown and untried. That the Deufocratio party is.es ever, ready to do anything that will give it a obanoe to win is shown by the alacrity ot democrats to oonsider even the wild est sort of a proposition which promises to gain Populists and silver Republican votes. One of these propositions which has been seriously accepted by some Democrats and the carrying out of which may be attempted tit the Chicago convention, is that a Democrat be nom inated for President and a Populist for Vice-President, and that a resolution endorsing Senator Teller for Secretary of the Treasurer be adopted by thB Con vention. And those men actually think that the voters of this country can be bamboozled by such a crazy quilt sort of an arrangement as this. According to the .coccecscs of opinion", without regard to party poli tics, the dignity and effect of Sanator Teller's bolt from the St. Louis oonven tion baa been greatly lessened by the persistent efforts of the Populists to puBh Mr. Teller forward as a candidate for the Democratic nomination. Of course those who know Senator Teller's devotion to principle, do not for a moment believe that be is taking any hand in this business, bnt there oan be no doubt that in giving advance notice of his intention to do jaet what be did he put it in the power of men less bigb minded to make use of him as a tcoi to attempt to carry out oertaiu schemes of their own, nor that those men are taking advantage of their opportunity. Thr re isn't the slighteet probability that ,tue Democrats will nominate Senator Teller for President, and he would increase the respect with which be is generally regarded if be would put an end fo (he game by forbid ling tb& use of his name before that convantion. Our Populistio piece-hunter, Buckey O'Neill, promptly comes to the front with another of his characteristic ar ticles on the St. Louis convention bat principally on the Arizona delegation thereto, drawing of course, his own cot very diogeroua conclusions, bed char acterizing the delegation gs "the place huoticg brigade of -the Arizona aux'l- liary"oftbe convention. Such expres slona coming from O'Neill would be amusing did they not overwhelm those who kaow him longest and best in tbe m tbe Territory with a fealirg of oon teojptuous di.-ijnst. "Firco hucit'o-? brigade" itidsed ! F-aCksy ONiIi epoke from expartasoa when that terao slipped from him. For nearly twerMy yara he baa done nothirg else, f-.r.d today, a ver itable Louis XI he crawls fit the 'feel of tbe populistio pariy in the Territory begging to have the verility- of earlier politics! youth restored that be nitty enjoy a longer siason of dmBgo;cfo fawning and the politicf.1 dbauobery fcenvgbt, in corisequetop, hope would follow. Generosity is Buck?y's great redeeming feature, acd in this case he has slopped his own sentiments and conditions over onto better men. Is thero h man in Arizona who knows him who does not know the.t be is an at tempted 'monopolist while he bowls anti-monopoly-; tbat be howls free coin age of silver because be hopes to foci the Territory iato .sending him to Cjo- gresa fijr that ho!; that he left the Ripubiioin ranks beotiUse be kaew that party was "onto" hia methodbrthat he is a - Populist because he imagined teat pie oountar fresher and cot so crowded. JNot one. JNobody among the settlers of th9 past years is deceived ia Buckey O'Xetll. to use all honorable means to bring this subjsot to the earnest consideration of Cangresti; tbat the Secretary of the Territory be, and he is hereby request ed to transmit a copy of the foregoing Memorial to each house of Congress and to our Delegate in Congress. - " J : H. Carpenter, A. J. Doran, Speaker of the House. -Prt-eident of the Counoil. Which Memorial was paused by the last Legisle-ture without a dissenting vote. In addition we wish to soy that no bonds of t&e Territory were ever ex changed for Tucson and Globe bonds, nor for Arizona Central bond?, ard that the M. & P. bocd3 were a legitimate expenditure greatly to the benefit of this county and.tbe Territory. CROWNED KING MINE. Paying Property What a 10 Stiimp Mill Will do On Good ore An Electric Plant for the Mill and .Mine Other Mines. Tbe development work on the Crown ed King ooDSi6ts cf Tunnel No. Iron into the mountain 1700 faet on ibe vein. JNo. 2 tuona', 1211 feet ooove xo. J is run in 750 feet, and No 3'is ic,on the ledge 210 feet, 100 feet above No. 2. Tunnel No. 1 is the main working tun- Del. A steam hoisting capaoit.y of 1000 j twelve inches and very rich feet is located 1100 feet from the mouth tub rapid transit of the tunnel and on the surface 170 next week. This mice j )ios the Bit tingbnm mines on tbe south. The ore from the Luke mine is shipped to El Paso. There are eight men at work. The formation of the Luke mine is de signated by Prof. Biake of the Univer sity, as Micaoious clay slate. The brittingham mini:. Liea south . and jiios the Luke mine. Hou. TbomiiS Sorine hns lately arrived with men ftQd la at work putting up another building for use of bis msn, EP Brittinghsm, R M Bond, E P H.iyddn and Col. Wca. Herring are the owners. Work will start on the old aorch shaft that was sunk seventy-four feat. The ore in this shaft is said to be McCORD INTERVIEWED. W.faat He Tblnks of the NTojsI nations, tlie Condition of ihe Political Situation and tbe Prob able "Outcome. In reply to the restrictions acd com plaints cf certain Demooratio end mon grel newspapers against Delegate Mur phy for the passage of an Act validating the funding cot of 1S90 and 1891 the following is submitted to the consider ation of an impartial public' Why did not these howiers eat up their howl at that time? MEMORIAL. To the Senate and House of Represen tatives of the United States of Amer ica in Congress- Assembled : Your Memorialists, the Legislative Assembly of the Territory of ArizonB, beg leave to submit to your Honorable bodies; tbat Whereas, Under the various Aots of the Lpgislative Assembly of the Terri tory of Arizona, oertain of the Counties of the Territory were authorized to issue in aid of railroads and other quesi publio improvements, and did, under snoh Acts, iesua" bonds, which said bonds were sold in open market, in most instances at their face value, and are now held at' home acd abroad by personB who, in good faitb, invested their money in the same, and, save and except such knowledge as tbe law im putes to tbe bolder of bonds issued under autborizsd Acts, are innocent holders of. the same; and Whereas, The validity of these bonds for many years after their lesunnoa wes questioned and acknowledged by tbe payment of the interest thereon as it fell due; and Whereas There has reoently been raised a question as to whether these Acts of tbe Legislative Assembly were valid under the organic law cf tbe Ter ritory, and which has led to a move ment looking to tbe repudiation cf tbe indebtedness created under and by vir tue of said Aots; and Whereap, We believe tnat sucn re pudiation would, under the circum stances, work greBt wrong and hardship to the holders of euoh bonds, and at tbe same time most seriously ufiVct the credit and standing of our people for honesSy and fair dealing', ond bring us into disrepute: Wherefore, we must etrongly urge upon your most Honorable bodies the propriety aad justice of passing euob .curative and remedial legislation as will protect the holders of ail bonds issued under authority of Acts of the Legisla tive Assembly, the validity of which bus heretofore been acknowledged, and that you so further lfgieltte cs to protect ell innocent parties having entered into contracts resulting from induoemen ts offered by our Territorial Legislation, and relieve tbe people cf the Territory fr&m tbe d:'6aetrcus tffecte that must necessarily follow ny repudiKtion cf good faitb oa the part of the Territory; aod that ycu mey so further legislate as to validate all Acts of tbe Legislative Assembly cf tbe Territory which have held out inducements for the invest ment of liirge sums of money in enter prizas directly contributing to tbe de velopeaieDt and growth of tbe Territory, and thus relieve the honest people of the Territory from tbe disastrous effects that must necesssri.'y follow any viola tion or good faUh on the part of our people. Resolved, That our Delegate to Con gress be, and he i.shereby instructed, A Herald reporter oalled upon Hon. M. H. McCord a day or two since and asked him to give for the readers of the Herald his opinion upon the political situation uud caodidfttaa" aiid the prcb able outcome. "Whet do vou think of the nomina tions?" be was asked. "I think," said he, "they are the very strongest that could have been made. Goveraor 'McKinley wili continue to grow iu favor with tbe paople from now until the close of tbe campaign. Tbe speeches he will make to clubs, com mittee's ond delegations who will call upon Ijiiu will be read by all the people of the country, sad they will be such cs to increase the respect tbe people hove for bid) and the confidence tbey feel in bitD, aud the principles he stands for. Tbe people believe in McKinley, but they believe a great deal more in Mc Kinleyieai. His election means good money to do business wifcb, confidence Bod Etability in business matters and general prosperity." "Wasn't, it Mark Hacna acd money tbat made him the nominee?" "No, it was noli Mark Hacna that nominated McKinley, though I think he is the greatest political organizer that this country has produced, not escspt- icg James G. Blaine; it was not money that brought it about, either, for I do not believe there was any money need except for striotly legitimate purposes, but it was a general demand that onme up from tbe people end that overcame every scheme or combination that was not in McKinley's interest. Tbe great mass of the people, Democrats as well as Republicans, seem to have come to believe that McKinley's suocess means general prosperity, and no power on earth, in my opinion, oan prevent his election. We, of the far west, who pro duce and therefore have silver bullion to se'l, would have preferred e plunk in the platform favoring free coinage, and the twelve delegates from Arizona aod New Mexioci voted for it. At the sr.me time wa think, and labored to the ex tent of our ability to that end, tbat Statehood for the Territories is of far greater importance than free coinage; Statehood is of paramount importance and if tbe Republican party is success ful in this campaign it will settle the money question, silver will be restored to its place as money by international agreement, and Arizona will become a State." ' "What makes yon think that?" "Why, the R-tpublioan . platform pledges the party to favor admission of tbe Territories, and also pledges the party to use all efforts for an internat ional agreement for free coinage. With out suoh an agreement a great mejority of our soundest financiers Bnd ablest statesmen of both partieB do not believe It practical or best to have free noinege of silver, as there must be a stable and unchangeable standard by which to measure values. Again, we should not forget that in a Government like ours only Booh laws oan be tolerated as will work tbe greatest good to the greatest number, ond the will of tbe majority must govern. If I could have my way I would have the Eapublioan party suc cessful with the protection aud reciproc- ty policy, which I think wonld be synomonous with good times and pros perity; I . would also have bimetalism and free coinage of both gold and silver to tbe extent of the American product, but it is as plain to me as tbe neon-day sun that this Government, independent of all other nations, cannot take upon itself the free and unlimited coinage of silver, independent of foreign nations without at once putting itself on a sil ver bceis.- That, in my opinion, would disarrange all values acd work great in jury to the business interests, and es pecially to tbe producing and laboring classes." "What, in your opinion, should be the polioy of tbe Republicans of the Terri tory under the ciroumstanoes?" "I think the poiicy of the Republicans of this Territory should be to acoept the situation acd make the very best fight we can to keep tbe Territory in the Republican column. By doing this we will Btacd a much better chance for Statehood, bspeoialiy since it is morally certain that the next President and tbe next Congress will be Republican. As I said before, Statehood is far more im portant to us than anything else. With Statehood we can choose our own offi cers and adopt, such international poli cies as we dasire. With protection and reciprocity our cattle and sheep indus tries will again flourish, confidence will hi restored aod raooey will coins here to develop our deserts and mines. With free trade tbe conditions will reusain as they now are. or worse." , ' rees 6 Dove tne tunnej. me woiKing foe start is below tbe tunnel Slo feet For Depepsia and Liver Complaint you have a prjpfcpd guarantee on every bottle of ShiioK's Vitalizar. It never fails ta-eure. For sale at Keefer's Pbar- rrittkiDg the total depth cf "tha-sbaft 133'reet." At the bottom the'jem is etrocg. On tbe 100 foot level, 100 feet below. the main tunnel, the drift north is in 920 feet. The drift south goes in 500 feet, Tbe ore ia 'good. There are 25 stations on this level where .the ore can os tauen out ana run- down in chutes. Oa this level there are two up raises, connecting with the main tun nel. The 2Q0 foot Ievf-1, blow tbe main tunnel, runs north 750 feet' and souih 100 feet. There are two upraises on this level, connecting with tbe level above. The 300 foot level runs north 400 feet B"d south 70 feet. An upraise has been started. There are two upraises 211 feet, con necting the main tunnel with No. 2. All of the above work is on tbe vein, showing the ore to increase in width aud character eB dfpth is reached. In the face of the 1700 foot tunnel there is a 4 foot vein of solid ore. Tfcis tunnel will be continued into the mountain With the levele below. The altitude of the mountain above the mine is said by some to be over 1000 feet. Ten men could keep tbe mill running on ore for several years but the com pany ore pushing development work night and day. No one con foretell what depth on the ledge and continuation cf the tuncele nio 109 mouoiMin wm aeveiep. The mine is GC0 feet above the mill; the distance is three-quarters of a mile. The houses for the company at tbe mine are substantial. The eating house is furnished with good oleau food . The foreman of the Crowned King mine fs P. A. Johns and he can well' feel proud of the admirable condition of the mine. The water for the mill is takeD out of tbe mine through a pips line. - Fj. Love is the contractor for hauling ore and timber for the mine. Mr. Love is an industrious and reliable man. The Crowned King mill has ten stamps with plates and coocsntrotors. H. G. Brown is id charge of the mill and has been with the company for four years. A very email per centuge goes off in the tailings. he oompany has put in a Warren dynamo, the first experiment in the Territory. J.Moore, the-electrician, says the 'Warren is a solid pieoe of iron and no chance to burn out an armature. There are no brushes or commutator. There are two different ourrents, one is 110 . volts direct cur rent, and the other 1000 volts alternat ing. The dynamo was turned on for the first time Saturday night, June 21, at the mill. The lights will be inthe mine by the first of July. A new 100-hors9 power bailer will be in place in twenty days. N. O. Shekels ia President, Geo. P. Harrington Superintendent and Man ager, and J. M." Taylor Secretary. O. W. Frenob, formerly of Florence, has the. responsible position of book keeper and mansger of the store. Ruby Harrington is the assayer. j Mr. and Mrs. French are comfortably situated and are enjoying the Bummer among the pines. Tbe oompaDy in the last six months paid 50,000 iu dividends. There were fort-one dsys out of the six months the mill was stopped on account of ra- patrs. The bny comes from Walnut Grove, twenty five miles distant, wbera it is raised. There is enough wood on hand to last one year. Mr. and Mrs. Shekels reside at the mine. Tbe families of Msesrs. Harrington and Johns are in Presoott. J . P. Bruce has six fine teams running between Presoott, via. Mayer station, to Crown King. It requires good men, good stock and good wagons to run over this roHd. The miners are paid S3.E0 per day the supplies at the store are very rea sonable. Wra. McCfeaand Mr. Petrie are look ing after the thirsty boys, ucd are doing well. THE LUKE MINE. Thiamine is lccited on the hfad of the country that furnishes water fur tbe Humbug flowing south, and ou the north the water flow down the Black Canyon. From this point the lower ranges can be seen down to the Salt river valley the Cougar some 600 A tunnel was run- in f rotn tb ore was encountered when ihe drifting od tbe vein reached 540 feet. A shaft 85 feet from the surfce was run down in the center of the 600 foot drift. A whim operated by horse power does the work. A drift at the C7 foot. level was run each way 75 feet. This work is eeeoursgiog, showing the ore body -increases in going down. Tbe width of tbe ore body from the 07 foot level to the bottom of the shaft runs from one foot to five feet. Native silver is easily picked out of tbe ore pile Tae Tiger mill is running oa this ore. N C Schekels of the Crowned King Company is the aw-ner of the mill and Tiger mine. Mr. Sohekels let Mr Shakslford have the use of the mill to test the R-jpid -Transit ores. Tbe mill has been running a few days and works the ore up to 80 per cenh Jo is thought it will be brought up to SO percent. lhe mill consists of ten stamps, a roaster, settlers, end pans. The ore ie taken to the mill on mules and .burros, over the trail. The success cf the Rapid Transit may insure tbe working of tbe Tiger and the California, and adjoining claims owned by M O Sohekela and Wm. Bnebford. E. H. Shakslford the owner of the Rnpid Transitis a Colorado mining man of experience, and will make a suocess of his mines if the ore holds out. Miss S. E Saikaltord, a sister of E. H. is keeping house at th9 Ora Bella Charles Lett foreman of the Raipd transit. There are fourteen men at this mice, the psy is 3.50 per day. MIXING IX THE BHADSHAT8. The Gladiator. Del Pasco, P.'ck, Standard Gronp, Sun Flower, and Cumberland Mines.' Superintendent E. M. Foltz of the Gladiator, hds run the main tunnel into the hill 00-1 feat, through as hard a combination of rock as can be found anywhere. This tunnel taps -the veins 500 fe6t from the surface. The second tunnel aDove is in l Ij rest and is con- neated with the surfaoa. The third tuunol is wiihio 60 fast cf the surface and in 75 feet. A surveyor is on the ground, prepara tory to getticg a patent. Thepe is enough water coming out of the lower tunnel to run tbe Burleigh drills that will start by the first of July. It is contemplated to" run the mill as soon as the summer rains begin. Superintendent Foltz i3 alao'workiag a mica for his company" north of the Congress mine. P. W. Pratt looks after the Gladictor in Mr. Foltz's absance. DEL PASCO MINE. This is one of the oldest in the Brad- shaws. Jim P. i'ork-and Wm. Vander bi'.t bsve been running a tunnel to tap the vein from the Bradshaw Basin side They have run in nearly 1400 feet and cut several stringers of ore but cot suf ficient in size or richness to warrant con tinuation in that course.. This tunnel wiil tup the ledge when reached 400 feet down. A surveyor will go over the ground in a few days when it is con templiitad to change the course of the tuanel. lb is thought the vein pitches almost opposite the course taken. THE PECK MINE. Three men are ehloridicg on the Pock, producing about, one -ton par month. This is considered profitable owing to the value of the ore. THE EMPRESS MINE Adjoins the Peok on the east tbe miae'with hie family iu .a' hewed pine log house. "Tivp is the half-way station where passengers tnke their meals. "Mr. Zsnt runs a good line and takes good care of the traveler. PINE FLAT MINES. The Cumberland is owned by Sliper visof Roech,.John Carr acd Ecud Meyer. This property ia two Snd one-half miles south of the Morning Glory. The deepest shaft is 140 feet, sunk oh the ledge. Another shaft- south some 90 feet, ie down GO feet. The ore is buse but of a hiiih' grade, and goes to the smelters east. Thomas Roach is working a new cap'- per and gold claim, east seven miles on. Wolf Creek. On Lynx Creek, two miles below the divide, where the waters run into the Hassayampa, . " THE CHAMPION" MINE Is working down to the-80 feet shaft on the south end of the claim. The ore is s sulphide and in wsdih about 14 in ches. North and near center of claim a shaft is down 110 feet: Tola vain shows cuts from thirty to forty feet made along it for the oxidized ore that was arrastraed. Som9 very rioh pockets were found. This, property belongs to .N. L. Griffin and is worked under r. lease. FORTUNE MINE Lies between Oaampion and Pine Mountain claims. Oi the north end of this olaim a BhafS is down 160 feet. In the same shaft a cross out was made east 200 feet, showing the vein to be one foot of sulphide ore. The croEs cut south 90 feet on the vein, one to three feet of o, said to pan 69il per ton. South further on is three-shafts. Tbe first ia down 50 feet, the eecosd 100 feet nnd the third 60 feet. The Dixie mill is running on this orn. j. W.B.Clark and G. W. Stuky are the owners of the mice and mill and appear to be" prospering . Judge A. R. Slack and son are work ing a olaim on the west aide of the For- j tune. Tuey have a shaft 30 feet deep. with a vein snid to ba from one to two faet of milling ore. The ore is milled m the "district. PINE MOUNTAIN MINE. This property is being operated undar tbe laws of Colorado, under tbe name of the Pine Mountain Gold Mining Company. Toe ofHjers are A. W. Ruoker, President; J. L W. Goddard, Vice-President; F. A. Dorr, of Boston, Treasurer; Kyle Ruoker, Secretary and D. J. Warren, of Phoenix, General Manager. The working shaft is down- 400 feet. There are five levels running north and south in the vein in this 100 feet. The first level north is 100 faet and south 250 feet. The second level north is CO faet and south 200 feet. The third north no level and south 200 feet. The fourth north is in 118 feet and south 215 feet. At the bottom of 400 feet the level north i3 7 feet and .uth 215 feet. All of thesij levsla coatftin ore. The ore. in this mine is of a bH;h grade and was worked" by the former owners in a mili that ha3 lately b8an.rnovad to the mine. Changes have bean mada in the mill to meet the vants of the- ore. Tee mill is 10-stamps, with plates and concentrators. Tbe mine in th;s section ontsin suf ficient water for milling purposes. The vein the above mines are located on are claimed to be the same as tbat of the Senator. James Breslin- end ' family, formerly of Tombstone, reside on Lynx oreek. Tbe subscribers of the 'Weekly Herald say they do not receive their paper until tbe Wednesday following publication. Tbe same complaint is made in every camp of the Bradshaw. It should reach every camn here bv Monday following publication. Wfcat is the matter? Prospector. DISTRICT COURT. The Case of Wolfley ts. McCord De cided in Favor of the Plaintiff. Treasurer Cole Most Vacate . of Thomas Farish. in Favor In the oaae of Wo!fly va. McCotd for possession of the office of citizen mem ber of tbe Board of Control, tbe decis ion was to tbe tffsot tbat tbe Governor had the power to remove tbe defendant and appoint the plaintiff to fill tbe vacancy. The opinloa was a long one and touch ed ail the points involved in the oaBe. During the delivery of the opinion Judge Baker frequently referred to Brice ayi American Commonwealth, Marshal's Life cf Washington, showing the siudy of political writers ss well as the law books. Ha also quoted from Es-President Harrison's articles published in tbe Ladies Home Journal, entitled " This Country of Oars." Be bothered with inferior goods when yon can get a first-class article if only yon will call for it. LEVI STRAUSS d. CO'S CELEBRATED COPPER PETED OVERALLS AND SPRING BO; TOM PANTS Are made of the best materials. Sewed with the best thread's. . Finished in the best style. EYERY GARMENT GUARANTEED. . FOR SALE EVERYWHERE. synopsis of th A Bfi THE TREASURY. Deficit at the Close of the b'Sing prospected by Pat Donlan and o&nera. come very r;ob silver ore is taken out. STANDRBRD GROUP . The Standard group is loosteifin the Tower's Canyon; the owners are J. A. Forbes and John McKenzie. The main work has been done on the Buster claim by tunnels. Tne working tunnel enters tbe base of the mountain. 150 feet, leav- j icg an elevation sufficient for tbe erec tion cf a mill in the oanyon, where a good supply of water is believed to be. Another tunnel enters tbe- vein about Year. Washington, June 29. The fisoal year comes to .a close tomorrow, and as near as can be ascertained from the data at hand, it. would seem that the Treasurer's deficit cannot be leas than S35.nnn.nnn. Thaahnrnoa. at. tha r,A r,l May was 820.870,000. It would have been S33,000,000 by tbe end of May ex- This is I cept for the usual custom of putting on the brakes to make a good showing for the whole year. -By summarily shut ting down on payments the final ten days of June last year the Treasury De partment red uced tbe rtefioitfrom over 850,000,000 to 812,000,000. Tbe net re ceipts for the eleven months prior to June (omitting (he postoffije depart ment) toot up 5290,500,000, against S2S5,- 900,000 last year for elsven months, an ircrease of $13,0OO,'O0O. Expenses for tbe last olevea mocths are kept 87,000,- 000 below those of the corresponding eleven months of the preceding yeHr, being .32G,000,000 and 8333,000,000 r e- 50 feet above the main tunnel. There are several shafts sunk shoeing from epectively one to three feet of good looking quartz Iiook: Out James Hanger has one claim, adjoin- for breakers ahead when pimples, boils, icg on a parallel ledge, that has yielded carbuncles aud like manifestations of well by arrfietraiEg. TLere is plenty of impure blood appear. Tbey wouldn't timber close by. SUNFLOWER MINE. j.ns is an old location tnat was worked ten years ago. A ten-stamp mill was built at tbe The wagon road up to the ! Brown some two months Oro Bella mill from the lower country is in fair order, but the trail from Ore Bella mill is difficult and will prevert the Phoenix merohants increasing their business. A good road will soon be built into Bradsbaw Basic, a' distance of two miles, affording a good outlet to Presoott. Tbe Luke mine has a shaft 300 fat t deep, sunk on the vein. Tbe vain varies from 1 to 2 feet. D.-ifra on tfcj 100 feet level run north 65 feet ard south 150 feet on the ledge. At the l-IO foot level drifts north and Bouth a.e run 75 feet. Tbe 215 foot lwvel has drif :s north 75 feet Bod south 75 feet. Mr. John Luke will commence another lavel posses-ion by consent of aad is now working the pairiog the mill. Mr. time. J. W. since secured the creditors, mine and re Brown baa denned out the old workings. Tba ore in this mine does cotget bnse until be low 80 feet. Tae old shrift that caved in is over 100 faot deep. There is a level being tun at 40 f et; the vein of ore ia three tet, and is said to be good. Forty feet further down there is another level in good ore. At bottom of shaft a drift is run etist and west 50 feet; the ore at bottom of shaft is bsee but looks well; Mr. Brown will make a success of tba Sue flower. - Wm. Zsnt, proprietor of the Presrott and Crowned King stage Udp, livej near m3Cy appear if your Dicoa were pure ana your system in the right condition. Tbey show you what you need a pood blood purifier, that's what jou get when you tone lr. l teres s Lfolueu aieaicai Discovery. It carries health with it. All blood, skin and scidp diseases, f rom a common blotch of eruption to tbe worst scrofula are cured by it. It invigorates the liver, purities and enrichfs the blood, and rouses every orgnu into healthful notion Ia tbe most stubborn form of skin di sersnf, such as salt-rheum, eczemp, tet ter, erysipelue, carbuncles and kindrid ailments, and with scrofula in every shapaL,acd all blocd-taine, it tffects per fect acd permanent cures of tbe worst oases. Toe following is a opinion: 'The defendant contends that th Act of the Legislative Assembly of th Territory, giving the Governor th power to remove any Territorial officer is void, as being in cocfi ct with sectio 1857 and 1S5S of the Act of Congress governing all Territories. I ought not to declare an Act cf the Legislature void unless it is clearly and unequivocally so. Liying tbe Act of the Legislature along side the Aot of Congresp, the inquiry is 'is the purpose of the Statute one cf the purposes mentioned or implied in the Aot of Con gress, and if bo, aoa tbe Statute in pursuance of its purpose contain any thing which conflicts with the Act of Congress?' If so, the Statute is void Section 18o7 of the Act of Congress deals with appointments to office by tbe Governor only; it ia silent as to re movals. The Act of the Legi-alatare is silent as to appointments and deals with removal only. The purpose, therefore of the Statute, as expressed, is not tbe seme as tbe purpose of the Act of Con gress, hence, I see no express corflict between the Act of Congress and tbe Statute of this Territory As to an implied cjeH ct, I hold that for more than 100 years in this country under a similar clause of the Constitu tion of the United States as the Aot of Congress in question here, it has been the judicial and legislative construction, that the President of the United States has the power of removal. . The better opinions have always deslt with tbe clause 'by and with the advica and oocsent' as a 'confirming power' only. By analogy, I therefore reason that the Governor of this Territory has tbe power of removal, except when re dtrained or circumscribed by local legis lative enactments; and as we see, the L?gislature of this Territory has ex pressly given the Governor the power of removal. Section 1858, .in my opinion, was cot intended to govern in all cases- of vacancy. Tbe Governor having the power to remove a Territorial officer, thereby creating a vao3ucy in such office, I hold that it is au inevitable con sequence, that he has the power to fill such vacancy by appointment during the reoess of tbe Legislative Council. The courts have' nothing to do with the policy of the Legislature in passing a law. It is said that this power of re moval in tte Governor is an immense ana dangerous reaon or power, acd while I agree with a great many ex pressions used by the. ooucsel for the defendant along that line, I am con strained to say tbat they are arguments for the Legislature only. The Legislative Aeeembly of i his Ter ritory created the office of Citizen mem ber of the Board of Control, and it seems to me, th3t the Legislative As sembly hft6jjvh6 power to presoribe how such officer should be removed. The defendant in this case accepted' the effioe created by ' the Legislative Assembly of the Territory, the salary of which is paid by the people of the Ter ritory, and I think but reasonable to oonclude that he accepted it with the ucdorstandieg'that tbe Governor of tbe Territory had the power to remove him from suoh office, under and by virtue of the Aot of the Legislature iu question. Tbe Governor, under the law, must as sume all responsibility for the fitness of his appointee and the exercise of the power conferred upon him." At 2 o'clock this afternoon Judge Baker called the esse of Parish vs. Cole for possession of the offioe of Territorial Treasurer. In answer to au inquiry from the Judge as to whether the at torneys had anything further to offsr, Attorney General Wilson, tor the plain t ff, stated that Mr. Farish had filed a supplemental bond for 8317,000 which had been approved by the Governor. Mr. Devereaux, Assistant Secretary of State, who W8a in tbe courtroom, was requested to present tbe bond to tbe court. This was done and the Judge stated that he had hesitated on the question of an insufficient bond, but tbat as a bond bad been filed in a soffioient amount, aud had been approv ed by the Governor -he was relieved. He stnt-sd that he had nothiDg whatever to do with the obaracter of the bond, whether it was good or bad. The Gov ernor bad approved it and with bim rested the responsibility. Ha spoke at some length on the law crenring the Board of Control, holding it pernicious and opposed to American institutii n, but the Legislature hBd tbe power to ecsettbe lawand had done so, eonetqusntly its provisions must BtliCd . SF.ND for a Pictire of our Factory, we will mail one to you free of charge. WE EMPLOY OYER 500 GIRLS. JUBBESS: LEVI STRAUSS & CO. San Francisco, california. olared Mr. Cole onsted -and Mr. Farish the proper treasurer of tbe Territory. The attorneys of Mr. Cole intimated tbat they would present 'a motion for a stay of execution, and Mr. Wilson stated that t-hould tbey do bo, be would SEk the privilege of presenting authorities against the granting of the motion. Tbe court stated that he would! issue no writ today, and give the attorneys for Mr'. Cole an opportunity to dsoide on a course of procedure. . Iu the case of Wakelin vs. Cole, for a writ of mandamus, to compel tbe Terri torial Treasurer to pay a warrant issued to Mr. Wakelin in 1806, and ia whioh tbe Phoenix National Bank appears as intervenor and sets up tbe plea that the Territorial Treasurer should first pay prior warrants, dating from 1893; it was held by the oour! that tbe Territorial Treasurer must advertise for and pay outstanding warrants with funds in hie possession. The court stated that he bed reserved bis decision in this case on request of both Governor Hughes and Governor Franklin for three months but oould do bo no longer. AT CHICAGO. The Clans Gatlierins for the Fray. BLAND MEN WORKING. Many Prominent Men at Various Headquarters' the Consulting. He went back to the same position Kail's Clover Hoot Ten 'purifies the taken this mornirg in the case of blood and gives a clear acd beautiful Wolrly vs. McCord where he held tbat complexion. For sale at Keefet's Phar-I the Governor had the power to remove from offioe and fill the vacacoy and de- Chicago, June '30. Governor W; J. Stone, of Missouri, arrived this morning accompanied by Nicholas M. Bell, J. R ckey, end J. W. Farris, - who is rom Lsbannon, the tioms of Congress man Bland, ibey oome early to assist n promoting the Bland boom. Gov ernor Altgeld and Secretary of State Hinricbsen also arrived today. Hin- richsen said: "The silver men will oon- trol both tbe temporary snd permanent rganiztions and adopt a free silver 16 to 1 platform. The gold standard men present will not vote the ticket, so they will be ignored. Last year when tbe Demoorats of Illinois held a con vention and declared for free silver I wrote Whitney and other gold standard Democrats asking for a conferenoe be- ween tbe gold and silver men. The replies were short and onrt. They could not think of consulting with so insignificant a faction as tbe free silver wing represented. Things are changed now. We have two-thirds of the dele gates. We will not confer with tbe gold men beoause we have nothmgto oonfer about." Chicago, June 30. The supporters of Bland have deoided upon a plan of campaign. Every effort will be made to capture tbe delegates when the various slates arrive and to aid that work it was determined to have headquarters at the Palmer es well as at the Auditorium. The name of Bland will be presented to the convention by Senator Vest, who is cow preparing hie speech" Tbe Illinois delegation the National Demooratio convention voted unanim onsly today resolution for requiring the receive the convention to insure nomination. The proposition' was supported in an earneet speech by Altgeld. He deolared tbat tbe two-thirds' rule has been a curse to tbe Demooratio party. Waterloo, Ia., June 30. Governor Boies will not attend tbe Chioago con vention. He decided last night to yield bis position as tbe bead of the Iowa delegation to Judge Van Wegener, of Sioux City; " The Markets. New York, June 30. Silver 68J6,leed 3.00; Mexican dollars 54J54?. to support in convection " an abrogation of tbe ruli presidential oan didate tl votes of two-thirds of the ", Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair. PiWlffl fed J ? Jbbr m PERFECT MADE. MOST A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. 40 Years the Standard.