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ZONA REPUBLICAN. SIXTH YEAR. er "tow. mSMttieE9MlttfM3.rJ?lrp HI ni Hi ni lit Hi ill ill ill 't That loii t It's wicked to swear, and just exactly wnat you saia 11 That You Won have been . known to swear that they d never, INU NEVER, wear ready made clothes; they'd starve firttj when the exchequer got so low in its checkered career career that it didn't have any X left in it, they didn't havfi finnnch lpfr, to pt to n. . n o i price, and thev patronized compulsion. It is seldom ft customer that he has once ii very little difference between low and a ready-made tellow, a little dinereiice in PRIDE AND PRICE In no garments is the dmerence in any point ex- cept the price and pride points so slight as in our up- In no garments is the difference in to-date suits. We'll defy than we can -how you in our 1UI sunns' tiaue bins ween., IX x u.. . J, IT Claim LU Uc) CUllC UlBaSCIO J J with these garments. i GOLDBERG BROS.. SHOE AND CLOTHING STORE Remember Our Free Labor in in mm in nun mm i iMia(iSiS9SSSStseisiss8i3Sis9ess5ati9aeS9' CARLISLE A CA.KDI Is Supported by President. the Formal Announcement Soon to Be Made. He Is to Represent the Money" Doctrine oT Administration. 'Sound WASHINGTON, March 17. Secre tary Carlisle is a candidate for ithe presidential nomination at Chicago and a public announcement to that effect is soon to be made by the sec retary's 'friends. This announcement, however, will not be made until President Cleveland has formally stated his purpose not to permit his name to Ibe used da the con vention dn connection with a ith'ird term. It is learned on excellent au thority that Ithe president has fully de cided upon this course of action and it is expected that he will make known his determination within a short time. It is undoubtedly, true that Mr. Car lisle's candidacy will have the support of Mr. Cleveland and the members of the cabinet. He will go before 'the convention as the (representative of the sound money views of the administration. IN THE HOUSE. Important Measures Before the Popu lar Branch of Congress. WASHINGTON, March 17. In the house today unanimous consent was granted at the request of Mr. Hitt to take wp the resolutions censuring Am bassador Bayard for his speech at Boston, England, and Edingurgh on Wednesday. In answer to a question from Mr. McCreary, Mr. Hitt gave as surance 'that ample time would be al lowed for debate. Without division the Oklahoma homestead 'bill was passed toy ithe house with an amendment offered by 'Representative Culberson suspending the public land laws in Greer county, Texas, today decided by the supreme court to be a part of the public domain. THE HARPER MURDER.- Eddenfield Held for the Assassination of His Partner. 'FAIRBAXK, Ariz., March 17. At the examination of Oscar Eddenfield today, who surrendered himself to the PIKENIX, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, "II item u in iir ft-! II 111 HI HI Do This, Won't Do. That J you very often have to do you woman t ao. Menjj tailor's and nav a tailor's l a ready-made store under St that a tailor gets back WW all lost to a clothier. There is buying of a to-order fel J n tO produce ft j dress to it TT up-to-date suits opened nc luvire gcuncmcu wiiuii; 1 nA fu XX ! liV 111 ttu X IclUlUII I Office m in 1 m sheriff for the killing of S. 6. Harper, a school teacher, Thursday last in Huachuca mountains, he was held to answer to the next grand jury for wil ful murder. When in custody Eddenfield stated that Harper was about to shoot him when he grappled with him, taking the gun away, and held him with one hand, while he shot him dn the breast. Medical testimony proved that the ball entered the 'back, passing through the left lung. Th men were In partnership in a mine and had made a shipment of ore and it is believed Eddenfield wanted to icome in possession of the mine, as it was proven both men had grievances against each other. IMPORTANT MINING DECISION. Statement of a Disputed Point as (United States Paitents. to SAN .FRANCISCO, March 17. The United States circuit count has de cided that the owners of the North Star mine have the right Ito operate under neath the Irish-American mine. The case of the Carson City Mining company against the North Star Min ing company has attracted much at tention. The decision rendered has a molt important bearing on all mining operations, as it maintains the integ rity of United States 'patents. The North Star mine is made up of a num ber of claims and one of the points brought up during Ithe trial was that the owners must show the composite elements of their patent, as it was for more ground than is allowed by law. The court held that it was to he pre sumed Ithat the land officers of 'the government had issued a patent on the consideration of the 'Claims acquired by purchase, and that the North Star company could not be called upon, to go 'behind its patents. This was ithe vital point for the defense, as it would 'have been difficult, If not im possible, to prove early titles, the or iginal locators being dead. AN INDIAN CHIEF'S DEATH. DENVER, March 17. A special to The -News from (Lander, Wyoming, says: News has just been received here from Kinnear's ranch on the Big Wind river, of ithe death of the young Shoshone sub-chief, Jim Wasakie, this morning. The Indians will give him an elaborate funeral. TRYING THE JONES CASE. CARSON, Nev., March 17. The Jon3 case will' go to the jury tomor row afternoon. The attorney for the defense expressed his willingness to submit Ithe case to the jury Itoday with out argument, but counsel representing tne government would not consent. THE MATTBRWILL REST Governor Hughes Will Not Be Ousted. A Change Was at One Time Contemplated. Th Whol& Tnii.pr Has a Farcical Aspect at the Interior Department. . WASHINGTON, March 17. (Special Dispatch to The (Republican.) From inquiries at the interior department it seem3 that a change in the governor ship of Arizona, is not KO be further considered. A few weeks ago a change was seriously contemplated and an Arizona man who has filled many pub lic places with credit and who is well known at Washington, was on. the eve of being appointed; but new candi dates have continually sprung up with endorsements from Ithe dissatisfied el ement until it has had the effect to give a farcical phase to the whole matter. . It seems that they have no unity among ithemselves as to who shall suc- ceed, hence things will doubtless re main as they now exist, AFFAIRS EST SONORA. Government Troops Have am Engage ment With Yaquis. Paul Hermans the enterprising Arizona representative of the Los An geles Times, yesterday returned from a lirip to Sonora, Mexico, in the inter est of his sheet. Hermans met several Arizonans in Sonora, among them being A. Went worth, who sold out his grocery store several weeks ago. Wentworth, he said, was outfitting for a trip to the Yaqul counitry to prospect and Icoate. on some Jand. There is a strong pos sibility that he will not return, as the Indians of the Yaoui country value little the life of rtruder. While at Torres, a station Bear" Minas Prieltas, he saw eleven bars of gold weighing 250 pounds each at 'the depot awaiting transportation. It represented fifteen days' run of the Creston and Colorado mine. At Ofltez, near Guaytnas, while Her mans was there, a troop of Mexican cavalry entered the place with the news of a desperate engagement with the Yaqui renegades. The commander of the troop told h'im that fully forty Indians were killed and six of the troopers wounded, one of them being perforated six times, but according to the commander's story the Mexican killed six Indians 'before he fell under his many wounds. As a result of the victory the troopers were royally treated by ithe citizens of Ortez who covered them with wreaths and made merry over the victory of the band. The Yaqui war commenced dn 1884 when the government attempted to make an equal allotment of land in Ithe Yaqui country, but the Indians re belled and have since been hiving desultory skirmishes with the troops. , The Jtothsehilds have bonded for six months for $750,000 a three-quarter interest in the Grand Central and Verde mining properties A NORMAL TRAINING. Now Is Necessary to the Teacher of Success. iHoVorook Argus: A practical teach er writes as follow.': "While we may sympathize with many of the appli cants for teachers' certificates in the last examination, their failure to se cure such may prove a lasting and sat isfactory benefit to many of them. No doubt this will be the case with those who conclude to .spend a year or two at our Territorial Normal school ait Tempe. All those who possibly can furnish the means for defraying ex penses should attend the Normal school and secure a diploma, and it will guarantee them a first-class cer tificate and good anywhere in .the ter ritory. The curriculum in this school has been so advanced that it is per fectly safe for the territorial board of examiners to grant certificates on di plomas issued by that school. The time has arrived when most persons need normal Itraining in order to 'be come successful teachers, for it quali ties one for ithe Dustiness and renders teaching less laborious. Those having had such advantages wonder at others trying to get a.ong without the neces sary qualifications." STRUCK DOWN IN YOUTH. Mrs. Irene Wickersham Dies Sur rounded by Relatives. Mrs. Irene Wickersham, daughter of Col J. b . Watson or Prescott, departed this life yesterday morning at 8 o'clock. By ner bedside anxiously MARCH 18, 1896. and mournfully watching the pallor of dissolution slowly overspread a loving face stood the grief stricken husband, father, sister and several friends. The visit of Ithe grim messenger was not unexpected, but when the gentle heart was still forever the quiet of the death chamber was broken by the sobs that shook the frames of the relatives who for several days had untiringly min istered to .the dying woman. Deceased was 25 years of age and came here from Seattle, last Septem ber with, her husband whom she mar ried there three year3 ago. The un mistakeable symptoms of consump tion having been developed Itihe hus band found it necessary to remove his wife to a warmer clime and so came to Phoenix. Everything possible was dome in her case, but without avail and slowly, 'but surely her young life wasted away. Her fight was heroic and uncomplaining, 'but to the loving eyes that watched over iher it was plainly seen that her days were num bered. The funeral services will be bold this afternoon at1 2 o'clock from the Presbyterian, church, Rev. Chase of the Methodist church, officiating. All friends are invited to attend. THE SOCIAL EVIL. A Movement Toward Its Extermina Ition in Phoenix. At the office of the ctb.am.ber of com merce last night was held a meeting of citizens gaithered . to devise ways and means for the suppression of the social evil of Phoenix and particularly that nucleus of the evil (known, as block 41. E. F. Kellner presided. The city ordinances were found !'.o be amply sufficient for the enf orcement of the most drastic measures suggested and a resolution was adopted calling for a geneial assemblage of all citi zens interested at the city council rooms next Monday evening. For that date Mayor Rosson will call a meeting of the council and at the meeting will appear a committee of citizens to de mand that resolution No. 27 of the city council admitting of prostitution in block 41, be vacated and further demanding that the city officials en force the provisions of city ordinances 136 and 159, which designate as a crime the practice of prostitution or Ithe oc cupancy of a house of ill fame, and which prescri'be penalties mot to ex ceed a fine of $300 in each case where in a verdict of guilty is found. INTERNATIONAL AGREEMENT. VIENNA, March 17. In the reachs- tag today a resolution was adopted providing that lane government lend its active support to efforts initiated by other governments with the object of fixing (the value of gold and silver by anternaJtionaa' agreement. WOLCOTT THE VICTOR. NEW .YORK, March 17. "Bright Eyes" was knocked out toy Wolcott in the seventh round. A BIG'dEAL. English Capital Invested for the Rais ing of oanaigre. - Yesterday afternoon the company of English Capitalists who have been looking at the prospects of canaigre culture for a couple of days closed a deal for a large section of land near Tempo. The full particulars of the purchase cannot be learned until to day, but the promoters of the enter prise spent yesterday at Tempe look ing over the .ground. Some time ago a section of land wa3 leased near Tem pe under local' management for the purpose of raising canaigre. Several itons of the wild root were cured at Tempe and the results were so satis factory that English capital was inter ested and the big sale of yesterday is the result. The plans of the Anglo- American- Canaigre company, the new corporation, are .not definitely known, but it is their intention to at once be gin the erection of a large factory at Tempe. Canaigre culture has now been recognized as something of con siderable importance .in the valley and .'the raising of the root will soon be one of the most important industries of this section REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. Reported for The Arizona Republi can by Coggins & Brown, abstractors, 201 West Washington street, Phoenix: Harry M. Eichelberger to John II. Barnett, warranty deed to 30x50 feet of lot 3, block 6, Mesa, $1. Maricopa company to Macadonio Guerero, deed to lot 13, block 1, Solelo addition, Tempe, (1891 taxes) 12.06. Macadonio Guererro to Curt W. Mil ler, warranty deed Co same property, ?10. Chas. Wing and wife to Syriua B. Biggs, warranty deed to part lot 2, block 5, and part !lot 5, iblock 3, Mesa, .$3,500 Chas. W. Wing and wife to Syrina B. Steele, warranty deed to s of ne of sw, sec 2, 4p 1 n, r 5 e, less 1 acre, $1,000. Sal life A. Archer and husband to Theron J. Kasson, warranty deed to lot 18, block 24, Phoenix, $1,692. Arizona Canal company to Eli Wight, warranty deed to se1 of ssli of m!4, sec 24, tp '2 n, r 3 e, $1,000. Geo. W. Hoadley, trustee, to T. W. Brown and Edwin Hurcb, warranty deed to lota 10, 11, 12, block 98, Mont gomery addition, $125. VOL. VI. NO 253, JEROME ill HEWS Very Rich Ore in the Black Hills.. The Lulu Claim Showing Fine Results. Excitement Caused Over the Find ing of Some High Grade Cold Ore. Some excitement was created in Je rome during the past week by some assays from rock taken, from claims now 'being worked four w five miles south of here. Some of those assays would in the -; mining states, have caused a rush of humanity into the hills which has never yet- been seen in any mining district in the world, but in Arizona a little assay of ten, fifteen or twenty ounces per-ton in gold does not seem to cause more than a passing remark. During the past week, how ever, when it was reported that assajys running as high as ninety ounces In gold had .been taken from rock found in this district, a npple of excitement was discernable. Of -course, rock car rying such immense amounts of gold was not round an large quantities, bnt it was, the Jerome News is informed, taken from a small streak of mineral bearing quartz which is .being fol lowed to what Is hoped will be a larger body of ore from which this streak or feeder has blown ouit.' A -proposition like this, where, an pre body is being followed continuously, seldom fails to prove otherwise than a pay one for any man who has the persistency; to shove along his work and turn a deaf ear t the skeptic who never sees anything good or encouraging in other than his own works,- no mati'ter in. what line they may run. ( The Straham Bros", side of the con- . troversy now going on over the jump ing of the group of claims belo w Squaw . Peak by Miller & Wentworth, as stated to The News by one of the 'brothers is vastly different ito that made by the other side. Mr. Strahan states that he and his brother hold one-half of the prosneetiS under a sheriff's deed, hav ing bought a half interest in them 1S90 when it was soid .under ithe ham mer in that year. The other half is held by them under-a ded given by the original locator, both of which, deeds are now on record in th county recorder's office in Fresco :t. He also denies - that they ever offered to com promise the matter in any manner with Miiler & .Wentworth and that they now own the claims bee; u;e they conformed strictly to the law regard ing .the assessment work and have proof to that effeat. There has bee some wonderfully rich silver ore taken from these claims, which is the same character of ore as 'that taken from -the group of prospects under Squaw Peak, owned 'by H. J. Allen, the financial agent of the U. V. O. Co. , In the Jerome mining district near where it lines up against the Cherry Creek district, John S. Jones of the Verde valley, an. old mining man, lis at work on a group of claims which, so far as they have been developed, give promise of great mines. - In the Lula there is a 140-foot tunnel which was run through a nice ledge of some four feet in widilh which contains an av erage of fourteen inches of quartz which carries free gold.. On this ladge Mr. Jones will sink an 4ncl:ne shaft following down what looks like an im mense ore shutei Oa the J. 8. J., an other claim in ifch's group, through which a Hedge averagng elgaty nv3 feet in width runs, there is a thinty five foot shaft and a tunnel run in thirty-five feet. Mr. Joaes .thinks that here will here be developed an immense body of ore. On the Eva. another one of the seven claims in one group, there has been 150 feet of de veloment work done. Within one quarter of a mile of this group of claims and from which wagon roads are now built, there are two springs owned by Mr. Jones, which furnish enough water throughout the year to run siteadily a ten-stamp mill. Near the. Jones group Messrs. Loy & Kenyon are working on a prospeet called the Whiipperwell, in which they have great hopes. ROBERT M'LEAN CUMNOCK. Programme of the .Entertainment To morrow Night. Robert McLeaa Cumnock, director of the Northwestern university school of oratory, will appear at the opera house Thursday night The tickets for the entej-tainniesat have all- been suok ew 'oT and a large enthusiastic crowd will greec the great reader on his ap pearance. The. following La the pro gramme: ' - Scene from Henry V, Shakespeare r "An Encounter with an Interviewfr," Twain: -The White Squall," Thack eray; "The Gowk's Errant," Anon; "The Charge," Tennyson; "The Death of Dr. MeClure," Maelaren; "Sketch From the Burlington Hawekye," Bur dett; Humor, Lover; Wit, Lover; "The Combat," Siott.