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THE "'ARIZONA EKrUlTLICAN: WEDNESDA Y MOKNIN6, NOVEMBER 8, 1S99.
ThE MEW IVERdOHNSOM . umi.-. jg- All the latest Roods m.iy be found at our stole. Xi jnb lots, no back num bers. THEY'RE IMITATING US ALREADY. WE TOLD YOU SO! If we show new goods some of th e other dealers in guns and ammunition come around and look them up, and ord er duplicates. If we get a special load of shell, they watch us and TRY to ge t it duplicated. That's right, boys, keep it up. We hare set the fashion for years here in bicycles, cameras and sporting goods, and we are perfectly willing to jump right in the lead in the gun and ammunition business. PINNEY & Bicycles, Typewriters, CstaDiibhco I8S3 40 MEETING Or TO NIGHT There Will Be a Warm Gathering f Outraged Citizens. The meeting at the court house to night to pass upon the action of the city council in declining to submit the water works bonds proposition to the taxpayers promises to be the most im portant public event of recent years. It will, perhaps, be the first adminis tration in this city of a rebuke to un faithful public servants. There will I music, interesting speakers of all par ties, for though the meeting was at first proposed by the Young Men's Democratic club, it has already re solved itself into a meeting of men of all ages and all parties. It came to be realized that the offense of the mayor and the two councilmen was one against a city and not against a party. The indignation at the action of the council yesterday was greater even than it had been the night before. It was then understood that the city had been made the victim of a conspiracy. The next morning the insulting aspect of it became more apparent. Little de tails of the means by which the affair had been accomplished removing any doubt, if any had existed, re garding the character of the proceedings leaked out. The most important revelation was that of the manner in which the Investigating or expert committee was made up in the interest of the water company. There is no doubt that the names of the members of the committee were sug gested or rather dictated to the council by the company. In the earlier conferences in this mat ter the names of Walter Talbot, C. J. Hall and Dr. J. M. Ford had been con sidered and it was understood at one time that they were to be chosen. While any committee appointed for the purpose of any further delaying the submission of the bond proposi tion would not have met the views of citizens, no objection could have been raised to the majority of this committee on the ground that they had been selected in the interest of the water company. Any report that they might have made would have been accepted as fair. But a fair report was the very thing the water company did not want, and Messrs. Hall and Talbot were dropped. It -is quite likely that some interesting things will transpire at the meeting to night. The action of the council is given a political character by the disre gard of both party platforms. It is therefore probable that among the res olutions presented will be one. calling upon the central committees of both parties to supplement the action of the mass meeting. Anyhow, whatever hap pens tonight will be worth going to see and hear. U1E DO fiOT belong to the combine nor wi.l we. We pay cash for our goods. Discount our bills. Sell on a very close margin, and will not credit any person or persons. Are tied up to no firm or firms. Attend strictly to our own bus iness. Are saving the people hundreds of dollars every month directly and in directly. We positively will not ad vance prices on goods unless the mar ket advances. If others wish to com bine or form trusts, that's, none of our business, nor do we make it such. We do not think it's right to make a per son, who pays his bills, pay some other fellow's who does not. This is the platform we're running this business on, and will continue on these lines as long as we run it. McKEE'S CASH STORE The Originators of Low Prices In Gro ceries. Pemberton block, opposite court bouse. Telephone 263. . MAMRLESS REVOLVER ROBINSON, Photo Stock and Sporting Goods. North Center Street. Phoenix. A LITTLE BOY 'S DEATH Aftir Weeks of Suffering Hopeless of Relief. John Paul Lucius .Hull, son of Paul and Minnie Hull, was born April l'J. lS9.ri, and died November 7. 1X93. His death occurred very early yesterday at the home of his parents. 443 North Fourth avenue. The funeral services will take place at 2 p. m. today. Little Jack Hull, whom so many peo ple in Phoenix knew, was one of the brightest and sweetest little boys in Arizona, It may well be believed that there was no brighter and sweeter lit tle boy in the who'.e world. There could not have been. In almost exact ly one year, fori it was that long ao that he was brought here, his loving dark brown eyes and manly way had made him dear to a community. Hi was not robust but as healthy as children usually are, until a few weeks ago. He became languid as so many children do without exciting alarm, but when days went by his parents grew apprehensive. A physician was called and after other days had passed he pro nounced the ailment typhoid fever, the hardest of all diseases to recognize and one which science has not learned to combat but can only lend a doubt ful assistance to nature. The illne.? passed the critical stages of the s?v enth and fourteenth days without the little sufferer having gained an ad vantage so much expected. Then the parents awaited the twenty-first, that field alike of those twin plants, hope, and the noisome weed of dread. Yesterday, or rather Monday, was the twenty-first day. Hope was withered, :ut down and thrown away, but Ureal had bloomed, bearing the flower of death, terrible, but none the less beautiful. There were anxious days and nights of watching when the parents were driven from the sick room by the very sufferings of the little boy who could not recognize them and so could not lock to them for relief, which neither parents, nor nurse, nor physician could bring. . Phoenix sympathizes earnestly with the sad parents, not only because 'the little boy was so much loved but also because they loved him so much. Parents always love their children, but it is not comparatively often that a iittle boy is so much to a house-hold as little Jack Hull was. FREE MAN AGAIN But He Had Better Stay Out of Graham Ou.tly. Deputy United States Marshal Thom as Grindell, who fell under the displeasure of the authorities of Graham county, is again a free man. He was always free in the senss that he was never in jail, but now he is out of the clutches of the law of Graham county. Day before yesterday Mr. Grindell's bondsmen surrendered him. They were not afraid he was going away, but thai was a preliminary move to the swear ing out of a writ of habeas corpus, which was done by United States Mar shal Griffith, and on hearing Mr. Grin dell was discharged. He had been arrested for resisting an oflicer, who transpires not to have been an officer. Mr. Grindell was en gaged in removing a lot of confiscated wood under the direction of the federal authorities. An aggrieved party, from whom the wood had been confiscated and who had cut it from government land in violation of the federal statutes, swore out a. warrant for his arrest on a charge of grand larceny. The warrant was served or was attempted to be served by a fellow named McCride, who occupied his place by no other author ity than an endorsement on the writ by the justice of the peace who issued it. McRride approached Mr. Grindell and laying his hand on his shoulder, said in deep and sepulchral tones after the manner of the drama, "You are my prisoner,'' or "Come with me," or "Your came is up," or "I arrtst you in the name and by the authority of the com monwealth of Graham county." Mr. 'Jrinde-ll jerked away and said: "See h'-re: you fool wilh me when I'm busy r.nd y.u'H f:iil into immediate trouble." McJJride went back to Pima and report ed the conduct of Mr. Grindell in con travention of the comity of nations which should apply to the United States and Graham county, between which there was yet a friendly under standing. District Attorney Jones, to v horn the matter was re ferred, advised the capture of Mr. Grindell dead or alive. McBride organized a posse and would probably have carried oui his instructions, but in the meantime Mr. Grindell deputize! a lot of Mexican I'nili il Stales marshals, armed tln-m , with shotguns and s-nt vnl to .Me- J llride that he was li-ady to meet hint, j The deputy went down to Solonioti ville and after he got through handling contraband wood, surrendered himself and was put under bond. It is possible that the Graham county authorities may not recognize the ha beas corpus proceedings, in which event Mr. Grindell had better stay in the United States. An effort may be made on the part of Graham county to ex- j tradite him. CONTEST FOR A CROWN Yesterday's Vole for the Quern of the Carnival. Yesterday was "cirrus day." when it is reasonable to suppose voting f. n queen of the carnival would be extreme ly quiet. The balloting yesterday, however, developed several surprises. The name of Mrs. N. O. Murphy, wife of Arizona's executive, was found to have been most favorably mentioned for the position. Her vote was, in fact, an extremely large one, placing her name at a single bound among those most prominently mentioned on the list. The voting for Mrs. J. C. Adams was nearly as heavy, placing her among the probabilities. I'oih of these ladies are eminently able to carry out the char acter of queen of the carnival. Mrs. William U. deary must not, however, be forgotten, as she headed ihe list last evening and lias been a great favorite among the voters ever since the balloting began. Her friends would do well to see to it that she does not lose the advantage thus gained. The graces of person and manner pos sessed by Mrs. deary are well known, and those urging her candidacy will be greatly disappointed if she dots not win. Miss Lena Puruy is another favoritj with the voters and stands second on the list. The balloting will not, probably, be continued longer than the 15th. It will be necessary to close the contest at the time mentioned in order to permit the queen to secure her costumes, which, by the way, will be provided for by the carnival association. If the balloting closes at the time indicated there is only a week yet in which the preroga tive may be exercised, so that the friends of the various candidates want to be up and stirring. Following was the standing of the candidates at the ciose of the balloting last night: Mrs. William B. deary IMS Miss Lena Purdy 2U3 Mrs. N. O. Murphy 2() Miss Calla Mills 15:; Mrs. J. C. Adams 100 Miss; Hilda Ellingson HI Mrs. A. J. Chandler i;0 Miss Sylvia Ainsworth T." Mrs. Harry Diehl GJ Mrs. D. Goldberg 55 Miss Kate L. Wilson 25 Mrs. George L. Grosvenor 15 Mrs. Clara Evans VI o THE BLUE TAN Kb DISTRICT frjmisinj Pivperfy of Ihe boston and Bulle Company. W. H. Burrage. the mining engineer, representing the Amalgamated Copper company, has arrived in Phoenix from Santa Rita, N. M., on his way to the Llue Tank3 district near Wickenburg where he is superintending operations on the property of the liutte & Boston Copper company, a group consisting of more than fifty claims. The Santa Rita mines in New Mexico have in creased in value with the last few weeks of development. The mines were purchased upon recommendation 200 cres all in Alfalfa, under Maricopa Canal. GOOD Im provements. Fiva miles frcm Phoenia. $SOOO Dollars. DWIGHT B. HEARD, Loans and 'OLD GLORY." " SOVEREIGN." KDWIX J. tilLLIRrs ic CO'S New York High Grade Hoasted Coffees. The Finest on K:irth. 'JAV-MAR-MO." "CORONATION ELEND." J. 1X1. Dorris, Sole Rgent. The BARKLEY COMMERCIAL CO. Jobbers of Green and Dried Fruits, Vegetables, Produce, Confectionery, Tobaccos, etc., etc. Mail Orders Solicited and will be Filled Promptly at Lowest Market Price?. The Evans Loan and Investment Company. PAID UP CAPITAL $50,000.00. SUCCESSOR TO J. W. EVANS. J.W. EVANS, Pres cient. Established in ISfcO. O. A. TU RN EY, Secretary. V.'e lend money for ourselves and othors on improved real estate. We sell mortgages made to us. and also ha mortgages made direct to investors. "We offer unequalled facilities to borrowers. Fourteen years of pre-eminent suc cess in lending money in this valley enables us to thoroughly protect the in terests of our patrons. V'e have the m est extensive real estate list in this city, which is furnished on application. We extend a cordial invitation to' those seeking information concerning this valley to call at our office. Lots in all the additions to Phoenix and water rights in all valley canals for saie. Ye have for free distribution printed matter descriptive of this town and valley. Correspondence invited. Nos. 1 and 3 West Washington Street. of -Mr. nurr.ne by the Amalgamated 'opt'er company last summer lor Sl.iooiei) j,, ., ,..ls,h When Mr. Hurrage made his first report to th-' company he said the property would double in value when an adequate amount of water was developed. There is now all the water necessary and otherwise the holding has tuined out so favorably that it could not be pur chased for four times the sum paid for it a few months ago. The Santa P.ita people, says Mr. Burrage, are looking into the advisability of treat ing the ores by the leaching process. There was encounterd recently a large body of sulphide reck which docs not carry value in copper but contains more than tifty per cent sulphur. This is important because material is fur nished by the mine for the manufac ture of acids us.-d in leaching. Mr. Bur rage says thai leaehing in sum" in stances is the rheapest method -f treating copper ores, but mine owne: s are too apt to employ the leeching method without first making thorough tests and subsequently it is shown that smelting would be cheaper. The Butte & Boston claims which Mr. Burrage is now going to examine were purchased by this company, which is thought to be backed by the Standard Oil people, about six months ago and a force has been steadily at work developing- them with an engine, hoist, pump and blower. Mr. Burrage beiieved at the time of the purchase that a sulphide base would be found at a depth of 150 feet, but a shaft is now down :cu fi et in al edge of oxidized ore. When Mr. Burrage reaches the property he will direc t drifting and sinking will continue until the base is encountered. I'nder influence of capital rapid pro gress is being made in development of the Blue Tanks region. A few sales have been effected recently, among them the sale of the Carlisle group to a French company at a goo! figuie. A large body of high grade copper gold ore has been uncovered in the Denver group, assorted ores running as high as sixty per cent copper and car rying more than $H0 in go'd. The ledge in the King Solomon prop erty has broadened and now shows five feet of rich quartz. The holders of claims adjacent or near the Butte & Boston claims are watching with a great deal of interest the development of this group. The merits of the rieion, so far as copper is concerned have never been determined and the success or failure of the Butte & Boston group will have an impor tant effect on the district. IF YOU ARE OPPOSED TO THE TIGHTENING OF THE WATER COMPANY'S GRIP IN THIS TOWN ATTEND THE MASS MEETING AT THE COURT HOUSE TONIGHT. o STEAMSHIP DANIEL ASHORE. New York Vessel Driven on Nova Scotia's Coast i:i a Storm. Halifax. X. S., Nov. 7. Trie steam ship Daniel from New York, bound to Tilleove. Newfoundland, went as'no.e at Whitehead during- the storm laFt niht. She is reported to be making water fast and may be.onie a total wreck. The crew were saved with some difficulty. Boston, Oct. 24, lSf'J. Messrs. II. C. Morrow & Co., No. 12 Center Street. North, Phoenix, Ariz. Gentlemen: We wish to state that all Vose pianos shipped to you are made ; especially for your climate, and we ! know of no reason why they should not stand and give the best of satisfaction i with fair usage. We have shipped a large number of pianos into 'your territory during the past five years, and we have had no complaints from any one, and neither do we expect to. Yours very truly, VOSE & SONS" PIANO CO. WILLARD A. VOSE, Treasurer. I VO BARGAIN S4- 80 Acres under Maricopa Canal, with Vater. Five miles from Phoenix S2800 Dollars. Reil Estate, 301-302 Fiemin z Block CAl'.N'l V A L PR I VI T.I'.C K?.. 'Xritice is hereby f.': t n that the committee- on privileges will receive sealed bids for the exclusive right to furnish the official programme, and to furnish and dispose of the official badges and buttons for the Phoenix Indian and Cowboy Carnival, to be held in the city ; of Phoenix. Arizona, on December 4. 5, jS. 7 and S, lV.tfl. Said bids to be ad dressed to L. E. Hoffman, correspond ing secretary. Phoenix. Arizona, and to i specify the privilege wanted. Ail bids . must be received not later than Mon day, November 6. 19, at 12 o'clock ! noon. By order of the committee. I Committer reserves the right to re Iji et any and all bids. . C. FDSTKlt. Chairman. Notice is hereby given that the com mittee on privileges will receive sealed bids for all Stan. 1 privileges at the l'hoenix .'ity Baihv:;;.- Park, for all stand privileges at the race track and all street stand privileges of whatso ever nature f r thv Phoenix Indian and Cowboy Carnival, to be held in the city of Phoenix, Arizona, on December 4, 5, G, 7 and 8, lSi'Si. . Said bids to be addressed to L. E. Hoffman, corresponding secretary, ? STOTTGAHTER HEALTH UNDERWEAR FOR MEN ; FOR Li AD1 ES V S FOR CHIUDREN Men's carried m stock. Or- j a . 1 r.f ceri talari ior .nates ana cnu- j dren's. : j Ths JkBGluALL-SAeE CO., ?:l Exclusive Furnish3rs j Hfiit Dcor to Santa Fc Ey. OSes. $ I We carry evoryihinir known in Mt'IAT. i vsi KVM " TS a i..i! i -aiH'ioga- of 'y rent SHEET MUSIC. 'at;i!o:r!l Si ll free to hdv one in the territory. PIANOS: K:i?.!:e Fisher,' Albreeiit and othr liiU erratic ia.struiuent.s. U'. S. Jenkins' Tem?!c of Music. ' Patton Grand Building. j Phoenix, Arizona. I ... f- In B 3 IT?, u. e. sr-r5N4v!-Sf- j r- 5 t L 0 The Finest Assortment we have ever had and at Prices as Low as Usual. P - WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. 5 S . Vi DEALER IN GARLAND STOVES AND W I a I5S RANGES I Phoer.ix, Arizona, and to specify the ' privilege wanted. All bids must be re- reived not later than Monday, Sovem 1 bcr 20. 1S93, at 12 o'clock noon. By or- der of the committee. ' ; j-.-ct any and al! bids. W. C. FOSTER. Chairman. 1 Lunch counter and dining room and private rooms for parties. The New Place. WILLIAMS & HAFFXEP.. f ' 1 !0ne Dollar Saved by waiting until you reach Mari copa and take a nicev warm, com fortable room at the New Ed wards Hotel. Train arrives S:4": leaves for Tucson and El Paso at 4 a. m. Give us your patronage. Sleclnns Car Companies don't need it. J.V.Edwards, Proprietor. uying 1 1 MUST HAVE get the best. The other kind will not pay you, andjmay kill you. We want your trade, and guarantee good work and good goods in exchange for your money. It's an even break, you see. DR. G. U. KEEPER, IHE RELIABLE DRIGGIS1 CAST WASHINGTON STfiEET, Adjoining the National Bank of Arlzon A CAR LOAD 9 1 55 pppri lIQiwIi I FURNITURE V- :???;;5?i?C- 'sT'-cr- Just in. Comprising over 50 different styles of Chairs, Rockers and Settees. A FULL LINE JUST RECEIVED H. BURTiS PLUMBER and J mill rifiTtr 31 E. Washington St iin Mm in. A GAS STOVE j V7E CAN SAVE YOU TIME. I And time is money. The Union Pa cific makes the quickest time to nearly a.i points East. DLWEY sell drugs? Yes, you can HAVANA thing. The MAIXE point is quality and the MLRR1IT of gocds is such that people ci me M2LES to patronize us. Our prices are not HOBSOM'S choice and cot CLRYTRA high a? you think, and we want to CUBA customer of ours. the ) Druggist. Corner Second and Washington St. Phoenix. Arizona. umgs O F. V-'-f LUN