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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 27, 1892.
MINES AT GOLDFIELD. What is Being Done In That Locality. A District Rich In Cold That Is Being Rapidly Developed Personals and News Notes, Correspondence of The Republican. Goldfi :ld, Ariz., April 24. Mee han and Morse, owners of the Earl mining claim, have been con tinuiiig development work on their claim with very satisfactory results. In the west ehaft free gold is found in fair qnatities. The shaft on the Wasp mine has been eunk over twenty feet and free gold has been found from a point close to the surface quite regularly as .depth was attained. A carload of lumber was shipped tor the Mammoth Mining Co., to l'etnpe. Two wagon loads of 8x8 timbers have alrnady reeched the mine. Geo. Wagner and E. Welch have started out on a prospecting tour, with the intention, it is understood of inter viewing the Lost Dutchman. Mr. Hauley recently returnedfrom a six week's trip through ihe mountains. He has devoted much time to viewing the icenery and inhaling the balmy air of Eeavisita. This district while not exactly rich in the precious metals will eventually he an iron mining region of vast proportions. Large bodies or rather mountains of haematite are found, as well aa huge deposits of franklynite, and as there is an abund ance of wood and water for ordinary purposes many of the semi-roasted citi zens of Phoenix seek the sheltered glades of this enchanted spot during eummer months. Eugene and Charles Cadotte have been prospecting around the Weaver's Needle and have been developing a promising seam which may lead to an ore body. There have been a number of parties in the Needle country. The number of large ore bodies which lie bet ween the Needle and the Supersti tion mountain having a peculiar attrac tion for prospectors. The Bmall per centage of gold to the ton of rock has had a deterring effect as to the develop ment woik thereon, -though it is pos sible some rich Streaks may be found through the ledges, which would pay for the expense of sinking on the main ore bodies. The owners of the Goldfield mine have ben taking a sample of their mice with a view to making a mill run on it at an early date. D.ans and Payton have campleted their work at Second Trater and met with fair success. Mrs. Annie Neis?, who has been un der the doctor's care for some time, is now convalescing raDidly, and it is hoped that she will soon be able to te about. Work on the Stella W. mine has been continued to a depth of over fifty feet in the shaft. The shaft, which is an incline, has been lately Bunk under the ledge. The miners are, however, coming into the foot wall of the ledge, and when the crosscut across the ledge ia made, which will require about fif teen feet of work, the pay streaks which were so rich twenty feet higher up, will be disclosed, it is hoped, with as satis factory results E8 before. HE SLEPT OYER IT . And Awoka in a Different Frame of Mind. J. Q. White Decides Not to Bean In dependent Cat to Save the Demo cratic Chestnuts. John Q. White will he neither a Populist nor an independent candidate for the council from the Third ward. He arrived at this conclusion within lea than twelve hours after his nomi nation, after a sound night's rest, when it is presumed he was enabled to take a clearer view of things than he could the night before when pressed by Pop ulists aad harrassed by dissatisfied Democrats. But Mr. White's declination is based entirely on principle and in declining he only reiterated what he had said the night before, that while he wou'd be willing to run as a Populist candi date he was unwilling to go in ae an independent, to be used to repair a mistake made by the Democrats at their city convention. Soon after his determination became known his place of business was thronged with disafiected Democrats WITH EVERY . . t ONE DOLLAR I PURCHASE YOU WILL GET X ONE CHANCE ON A RAMBLER I BICYCLE. 1 GREENE THE HUitK. T Fleminer Kioek. and Populists urging him to reconsider. He replied that he would do so only with the understanding that he be a Populist candidate. The Democrats objected and the Populists tried to mend matters by pointing out to Mr. White that the office to which it was proposed to elect him was or ought to be a non partisan position. There was, they said, no political impropriety in a Populist being a candidate for it on an independent ticket. Mr. White still insisted on being a Populist can didate or none at all and the discussion grew warm beyond the degree of friend liness. Mr. White after having cour teously given his Democratic advisers permission to emigrate to a warmer clime in search of a candidate, defined his position as follows: "I don't want the office anyhow. If I can be of any service to my ward by be coming a candidate I'll be one in my own paity. I'll sink or swim with the old ehip. I would rather be defeated as a Populist than elected as an inde pendent. But, gentlemen, (particular ly to the Democrats present) you can't make a tool of me ; I'm no cat to drag your chestnuts out of the fire. You've eot into a hole in this ward and I said I'd try to help you out as a Populist, but no other way. I'm not ashamed of my party and I don't care to train with a crowd that is or that would vote for me as an independent and throw me over as a Populist." This settled the matter and the Dem ocrats opposed to McNair began looking around for another candidate. Today being the last day on which candidates can be put on the ticket, it apDears that the fignt will be conhned to the regular party nominees. Her Majesty corset. PEACH PICKERS' CLUB. Resolutions Complimentary to a Departing; Brother. The Peach Pickers' Club is the name of a semi-Becret and wholly social so ciety formed in Phoenix a couple of months ago. Mr. C. E. Grant the au thor of the ritual of the order instituted the circle in Phoenix and became it! secretarv. He left on Thursday night for Los Vegas, N. M., to engage in business and his surviving and mournful brethren held a called session yesterday after noon at which the following resolutions were adopted: ' To the officers and members of the Peach Pickers' Club of the Terri tory of Arizona. Whereas, Our beloved secretary, Brother C. E. Grant, has been called to Our sister territorv to take charge of the Peacher Pickers' association with headquarters at Los Vegas, N. M., Resolved, That in him we lose one of our most worthy members and one whose first thoughts were for the inter est of our beloved order. Resolved, That we wish him a pleas ant and safe journey and may his life be one of health, weath and prosperty. Resolved, That to his many brethren in New Mexico, we heartly recommend him as one of our earnest workers and one of our most efficient members and we assure them he will be a credit to himself and an honor to the order, and be it further Resolved, That a copy of these reso lutions be spread upon the minutes of order and a copy be forwarded to Los Vegas lodge No. 1. Committtee, L. B. Hayes, C. W. B.OBISON, J. L. Ward. STR E ET-WI C KH AM . Marriage of a Prominent Phcenlx Belle. Miss Julia Gilmore Street and Mr. Joseph Charles Wickham were married at Grace Cathedral, Topeka, Kan., on April 24. The bride is the accom plished daughter bf Judge and Mrs. Webster Street of this qity. She was one of the most eminent members of the highest circle of Phoenix society. The groom is a prominent and wealthy young business man of the Kansas capital. The friends of the bride here had for eome time been advised of the approaching nuptials and contributions of congratulations and flowers had. been sent from the valley to Topeka, among them was a lot of orange blos soms from the grove of Col. Johnstone. No advice has yet been received here of the intended movements of Mr. and Mrs. Wickham. A SUDDEN DEATH. Mrs. Trios. K. Elvey Succumbs to Heart Disease. Mrs. Thomas K. Elvey, who lived six miles west of Phoenix, died suddenly about 10 o'clock ton Thursday night of asthma complicated by heart disease. She was in usual health until about an hour before. As soon as she was stricken a messenger was sent for a doctor, but before his arrival she was dead. The funeral, under the direction of Randal & Davis, will take place at 10 o'clock this morning. The remains will be interred in the Phoenix ceme tery. The deceased was 49 years of age and leaves, beside her Borrowing hus band, four sons and two daughters. A PERSISTENT THIEF. Little Henry Robs a Fellow Prisoner In the County Jail. "Little Henry" the colored person put in jail for committing burglary on a cow and attempting to get away with two gallons of milk to allay a passing intestinal disquietude, iB a confirmed thiet who will steal amid the most dis couraging surrounding. Yesterday morning he 6tole some underclothing from a fellow prisoner. This is the most flagrant violation of the jail code .ARE THE BEST CIGARETTE SMOKERS who care to pay a little more than the cost of ordinary trade cigarettes will find the pet Cigarettes superior tc ll others Made from the liV,i:;:-i cost Gold Leaf gToxn in Virginia, am! :::r ABSOLUTE PURE and is almost regarded as a capital offense. He will be brought before the kanga roo court as soon as he can be brought within its jurisdiction which has been somewhat restricted by the interior ar rangement of the new jail. There is an upstairs and a downstairs, wholly dis connected. For the mutual protection of "Little Henry" and the property of the other prisoners he has been pro moted to the upper tier of cells where Sheriff Sortillon cannot get service upon him. In other words "Little Henry" enjoys the sense of security so often conveyed in the expression, "He has been put where the dogs can't bite him." ATTACKING THE REYENDE. An Important Suit Begun Yes terday. If It Goes One Way the City Will Have a Big and Perplexing Hole to Fill. Litigation began in the recorder's court yesterday which if it i terminates one way would be as embarrassing to Phoenix as a wholly adverse decision of the supreme csurt in the income tax case would have teen to the Democratic administration. Chauncey F. Ainsworth, manager of the Lemon hotel, was arrested for re fusing to pay the quarterly license im posed by the ordinance. The proceedings were entirely formal as it was understood that the trial would settle nothing but was merely a preliminary step in the progress of the case to higher courts. The defendant was fined $25 and an appeal was taken. The defense con tends that the ordinance will not hold water if it is sufficiently tested, and that no ordinance for the imposition of licenses accoiding to the present plan can be drawn. Lawyers generally believe that the ordinance is all right and will be sus tained in any court to which the case may be taken. If however the ordi nance should be found invalid as to hotels it will be invalid throughout its whole lenghth and an annual municipal revenue of between $15,000 and $16,000 would be cut off. The Eee Hive guarantees all their printed fabrics from 5c lawns up. The World's Fair Tests showed no baking powder so pare or so great in leav ening power as the Rpyal. SantaFe, Prescott & PhoemxR. R, TIME TABLE NO. 10, TAKING EFFECT MARCH 14, 1S95. Mountain Time is standard used. No.121No.103 STATIONS. No.104No.122 7 35 a 3 05plv..Ash Pork..ar 12 45 p 6 30 p 8 40 3 55 ....Rock Butte.... 11 55 5 30 9 05 4 15 ...Cedar Glade.... 11 30 4 55 9 40 4 45 Del Rio 11 00 4 15 10 40 5 00 .Jerome Junction. 10 40 3 20 7 30 6 00 Prescott 9 55 2 20 8 10 6 23 ...Iron Springs ... 9 17 5 00 9 35 7 40 ...Skull Valley... 8 30 3 45 10 00 7 57 .... Kirkland 7 45 2 50 10 35 8 20 .. Grand View ... 7 20 2 20 10 55 8 35 Hillside ...... 7 10 2 00 11 20 8 57 ...Cottonwood... 6 45 1 25 11 45 9 15 ....Martinez 6 30 1 00 1 00 9 30 ....Congress 6 15 12 35 1 20 9 43 ... Harqua Hala . . . 5 55 11 30 151 10 05 ... Wickenburg ... 55 10 55 2 25 10 30 Vultnre 5 10 10 15 2 45 10 45 Hot Springs June. 4 55 9 50 3 20 11 10 ... Beardsley .... 4 30 9 10 3 45 11 27 Marinett 4 13 8 40 4 00 11 35 Peoria 4 05 8 30 4 20 11 45 Glendale 3 55 8 10 4 35 11 53 Hesperia S 47 7 55 4 40 11 55 ....Alhambra .... 3 45 7 50 5 00 p 12 10 a Ar..Vhamix... . Lv. 3 30 a 7 30 a Trains 103 and 104 carry Pullman combination sleeper and chair cars. Connections at Ash Forks with Atlantic & PaciBc and the entire Santa Fe system: at Jerome Junction with the Unitel Verde & Pacific railway; at Prescott with stage lines tor principal mining cimps; at Congress w:th staee lines for Harqna Hala, Stanton and YarneU: at Phoenix with JIaricopa & Phrenix Ry. for points on S. P. R. R; This is THE BEST.EOTTE TO THE GREAT SALT RIVER VALLEY For information regarding this valley and the rich mining section tributary to this road ad dress F. A. HflALEV, G. F. & P. Agt. R. R. COLEMAN, Sunt. G. W. Vaughn, V-Pres. and Gen. Mgr. A.II TJ" Where ? in value. The best authority GEO. LTJJIBEB. fill Successors to HOLMES, GREGORY & LINDSLEY, At the Old Stand. 0n Washington Street. Our prices for cash are intended to Becure your trade. For the present we quote in small lots: 1st Common Arizona J24 00 2d Common Arizona 21 00 No. 1 Oregon Pine Flooring 36 00 No. 2 Oregon Pine Flooring 32 00 Oregon Pine Scantling, any size up to 40 ft, 29 50 MILL WORK AT REDUCED PRICES. , Box Window Frames, $2 each, made of clear lumber. $1.60 in house bills. 2 ft. 9 in. by 7 ft 1 in. and smaller for 8 in. Brick Wall, including O. G. Staff Mould, O. G. Stops, Parting Strips, Dutch Head, Pulleys and Pockets, all complete. IRVINE CO. CAN CAN RESTAURANT. Open day ano night. Game in season. Choice poultry Fresh fish every Thursday. Fresh oysters al wayson hand. Best equipped restaurant in Arizona. A. D. Walsh, Proprietor. Tomb stone. Arizona. CANAL S9 Typewriter Supples. 35-37 E. WASHINGTON. The Rio Verde Canal Co Has removed No. 14 Second Ave., North, Where they are registering the names of intending Entrymen, Home Makers and Water Eight , Purchasers on the Vacant v Government V Lands, Irrigable from its projected Canal and Reservoir System. Thecompany is now selling Its Storage Water Rights at $15 Per Acre, Payable ?1 at date of purchase and ?1 per acre each year. The price of water rights will soon be advanced without further notice to 816 Per Acre. ITION. UILD A HOME Where Land is rapidly increasing on the subject is B. PERKINS, Wall and Washington Sts. lit CO. Jj No 1 Rustic 36 00 No. 2 Rustic 32 00 No. 1 Beveled Siding 22 50 Ckar Redwood Shingles ' 2 75 Barber Shop. The Fashion Barber Shop. FRANK SHIRLEY, Proprietor. LADIES' WORK DONE AT THE 8HOP OR RE8IDENCE NEATEST BATH ROOMS IN THE CITY 0PP08ITE THE OPERA HOU8E. Caples & Hammer, BRICK MANUFACTURERS AND CONTRACTORS All orders will receive prompt attention. Yard on Seventh St., South of Depot. COMPANY. its offices to